Midterm Conference of the
Italian Society of Organ Transplantation

Milano, 13 – 14 settembre 2018
Milan Marriott Hotel


Programma

13 settembre 2018
14.30 – 16.00

PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND CLINIC OF 20 A MINUTE “NO TOUCH TIME” SETTING
Chairmen
: Francesco Pugliese (Rome, Italy), Adriano Peris (Florence)

Lecture Pathophysiology of prolonged low flow periods
Vito Marco Ranieri (Rome, Italy)

Prolonged low flow: selection and outcome in kidney transplantation
Massimo Abelli (Pavia, Italy)

Paying the price of a lower survival/long term increased prevalence of cholangiopathy?
Matteo Ravaioli (Bologna, Italy)

Pancreas recovery after prolonged low flow donation
Ugo Boggi (Pisa, Italy)

Improving the “20 min no touch time” law: Mission impossible?
Renzo Pegoraro (Padua, Italy)

Discussion


14 settembre 2018
09:00 – 10:30

DCD: ITALY MEETS THE EUROPEAN EXPERTS
Chairmen
: Umberto Cillo (Padua, Italy), Alessandro Nanni Costa (Rome, Italy)

Creating a net approach to DCD in Italy
– The problem   Marinella Zanirato (Pavia, Italy)
– Suggested solutions   Gabriel Oniscu (Edinburgh, UK)

Ethical barriers in the “end of life” management area
– The problem   Giuseppe Feltrin (Padua, Italy)
– Suggested solutions   Nigel Heaton (London, UK)

Organ selection process: National or centre based criteria?
– The problem   Mariano Ferraresso (Milan, Italy)
– Suggested solutions   Robert J. Porte (Groningen, The Netherlands)

Starting a new DCD program: problems and solutions
The problem   Sergio Serni (Florence, Italy)
Suggested solutions   Wojtec Polak (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)