Freitag, 25. Oktober 2019

09:00 - 10:30

Parallelsitzung I: Organallokation und perioperatives Management

Theatersaal / 1. Stock

Vorsitz: Gottfried Fischer, Wien; Zoltan Mathe, Graz

Impuls Vorträge:

DCD Spende - neue Guidelines
Hubert Hetz, Wien

Immunologisches Matching in der Nierentransplantation
Farsad Eskandary, Wien

Extrembelastung Lebertransplantation - ist jeder Empfänger geeignet?
Joanna Baron, Wien


Abstract Präsentationen:

Increasing organ donation: A consensus between experts from four different countries
and health care systems from Austria, Germany, Spain and the UK
Harald Schrem

Role of serotonin as a marker for graft quality in liver transplantation -
a comparison between accepted and rejected donors
Isabelle Kersten

OLT in patients with positive crossmatch - a retrospective single center study
Felix Krendl

Risk factors for primary poor function in liver transplantation:
a retrospective single centre analysis
Margot Fodor

Infection safety of low-dose ATG induction in liver transplantation
Daniela Kniepeiss

Use of induction therapy in pediatric heart transplant recipients in Switzerland
Erdil Tugba

09:00 - 10:30

Parallelsitzung II: Niere

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Saal Foyer / 1. Stock

Vorsitz: Zeljko Kikic, Wien; Helmut Müller, Graz

Impuls Vorträge:

B-Zell Epitope in der humoralen Abstoßung
Roman Reindl-Schwaighofer, Wien

Knochenstoffwechsel nach der Nierentransplantation
Bernhard Bielesz, Wien


Abstract Präsentationen:

Serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D and 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D are not associated with major
infections during the first year after kidney transplantation
Balasz Odler

Targeting CD38 as a new treatment of antibody-mediated allograft rejection
Konstantin Doberer

Perioperative and short-term outcomes of robotic assisted living kidney donation
Maximilian Brunotte

Urine recirculation improves haemodynamics and enhances function in normothermic kidney perfusion
Annemarie Weißenbacher

30 years of living donor kidney transplantation - a single-center analysis
Katrin Kienzl-Wagner

Left versus right donor kidney: Observed consequences of transplantation either
into the left or right iliac fossa
Harald Schrem

10:30 - 11:00

Kaffeepause

Kleiner Saal & Foyer / 1. Stock

11:00 - 12:30

Parallelsitzung I: Long-term follow-up

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Theatersaal / 1. Stock

Vorsitz: Armin Finkenstedt, Innsbruck; Sabine Zitta, Graz

Impuls Vorträge:

Schwangerschaft und Organtransplantation
Yvonne Helmy-Bader, Wien

Re-transplantation nach LeberTx - Indikationen und Outcome
Georg Györi, Wien


Abstract Präsentationen:

Low-dose ATG has no influence on patient survival, graft survival and cancer-free survival
and improves renal outcome in patients with compromised kidney function after liver transplantation
Kerstin Führlinger

Magnetic resonance imaging for analysis of T1-mapping-based relaxation time -
a non-invasive monitoring of chronic kidney allograft injury
Michael Eder

Second pre-emptive renal transplantation is not associated with prolonged graft survival
Alexander Kainz

Survival benefit of patients undergoing more than two kidney transplants -
moving towards challenging transplantations
Valeria Berchtold

Short and long-term metabolic outcomes in patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes
receiving simultaneous pancreas kidney allograft
Hans-Michael Hau

Laboratory biomarkers in the prediction of cardiovascular risk after kidney transplantation
Andras Deak

11:00 - 12:30

Parallelsitzung II: Basic Science

Saal Foyer / 1. Stock

Vorsitz: Markus Wahrmann, Wien; Manuel Maglione, Innsbruck

Impuls Vorträge:

Lost in Translation
Nina Pilat, Wien

Live cell imaging
Martin Hermann, Innsbruck


Abstract Präsentationen

The role of mature and immature dendritic cells in VCA compared to solid organ and skin transplants
Barbara Kern

Role of MHC versus minor mismatches in IL-2/anti-IL-2 complex induced skin graft survival
Romy Steiner

IL-2-complex treatment and the effect on the B cell compartment
Mario Wiletel

Tissue and subset-specific efficacy of ATG mediated T-cell depletion in
experimental murine heart transplantation
Moritz Muckenhuber

Natural killer cells promote kidney graft rejection independently of cyclosporine A therapy
Thomas Resch

Simvastatin donor therapy negatively influences cell viability in a murine heart transplantation model
Maria Troppmair

11:00 - 12:30

Parallelsitzung III: Psychologische Aspekte der Organtransplantation

Seminarraum 4 / 2. Stock

Vorsitz: Bettina Gober, Wien; Gabriele Wagner, Linz

Adhärenz und Nonadhärenz bei LuTX „Die liebe Not mit der Adhärenz“
Beate Smeritschnig, Wien

Verbesserung der Adhärenz für Immunsuppressive Therapie nach Nieren und Leber Transplantation - ein Projekt
Jolanda Wagner-Skacel & Nadja Fink, Graz

Transition bei Herztransplantierten "Bridging the transition gap"
Katharina Ebenberger & Sigrid Jalowetz, Wien

Psychiatrische Behandlung alkoholabhängiger PatientInnen mit End-Stage-Lebererkrankung und nach LTX
Benjamin Vyssoki, Wien

12:30 - 13:30

Mittagspause

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13:30 - 15:00

Parallelsitzung I: Living donor transplantation

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Theatersaal / 1. Stock

Vorsitz: Robert Langer, Linz; Bruno Watschinger, Wien

Comorbiditäten des Lebendspenders Niere
Julia Kerschbaum, Innsbruck

Technische Aspekte und Outcome Niere
Andreas Salat, Wien

Technische Aspekte und Outcome Leber
Darius Mirza, Birmingham

Technische Aspekte und Outcome Lunge
Walter Klepetko, Wien

13:30 - 15:00

Parallelsitzung II: Extrakorporale Photophorese in der Organtransplantation

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Saal Foyer / 1. Stock

Vorsitz: Andreas Zuckermann, Wien; Peter Jaksch, Wien

Impuls Vorträge:

ECP – what are the modes of action?
Hildegard Greinix, Graz

Immunmodulatorische Effekte der ECP nach Herztransplantation
Markus Barten, Hamburg

ECP als Therapie der CLAD
Alberto Benazzo, Wien


Abstract Präsentationen:

Extracorporeal photopheresis immediately after heart transplantation in high risk patients
Johannes Gökler   

Successful use of extracorporeal photopheresis as therapy for antibody-mediated rejection - a case report
Alberto Benazzo   

Extracorporeal photopheresis as an innovative treatment for antibody-mediated rejection
Alberto Benazzo

Comprehensive immunophenotypic analysis after prophylactic use of
extracorporeal photopheresis (ECP) in lung transplantation
Ara Cho, Wien

13:30 - 15:00

Parallelsitzung III: KMT

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Seminarraum 4 / 2. Stock

Vorsitz: Anita Lawitschka, Wien; Georg Hopfinger, Wien

Impuls Vortrag:

Shine - European Network for improving pediatric Solid organ tolerance
Antonio Pérez-Martinez, Madrid


Abstract Präsentationen:

Posttransplant outcomes in allogeneic and autologous stem cell transplantation
in Austria in comparison to the EBMT benchmark: a retrospective analysis of
the Austrian SCT registry (ASCTR) 2000 - 2017
Alexandra Böhm

Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation in sickle cell disease: experience of the
pediatric transplant center in Graz
Wolfgang Schwinger

First pediatric data of management of CMV reactivation after HSCT with letermovir
Daniela Sperl

Intestinal adenovirus shedding before allogeneic stem cell transplantation is a risk factor for
invasive infection post-transplant
Karin Kosulin

Extended Benefit of ATG-F in Stem Cell Transplantation with MMF- compared to
MTX-based Immunosuppression
Johannes Clausen, Linz

Torquetenovirus Dynamics and Immune Marker Properties in Patients Following
Allogeneic Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation: A Prospective Longitudinal Study
Philipp Wohlfarth

15:00 - 15:15

Kaffeepause

Foyer / 1. Stock

15:15 - 17:00

Plenum: Hot topics in organ transplantation

Theatersaal / 1. Stock

Vorsitz: Peter Schemmer, Graz; Dietmar Öfner-Velano, Innsbruck

ECMO in der LuTx – von Rescue zur Routine
Konrard Hötzenecker, Wien

Neue Tools zur Diagnostik der akuten Abstoßung
Julia Dumfarth, Innsbruck

Immuntoleranz - Wird es jemals klinische Routine?
Thomas Wekerle, Wien

Neue Guidelines - HCC in der Lebertransplantation
Gabriela Berlakovich, Wien

Update - Alloimmunität bei Nierentransplantation
Rainer Oberbauer, Wien

17:00 - 17:15

Schlußworte

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