Free Communications

FREE PRESENTATIONS SESSION 1: ESWL and general stone management
FP01 | Does pre-SWL fluid intake affect disperse of stone fragments during SWL procedure?
O. Yılmaz, F. Saracoglu, M. Zor, T. Senkul, E. Malkoc, H. Soydan, Y. Cumhur
Department of Urology, GATA Haydarpaşa Training Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey

FP02 | A success rate of kidney stone treatment by extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy (ESWL) relate to Hounsfield Unit (HU). What’s more in Thailand?
N. Donsamer, S. Panichwitgul
Department of Urology, Surin Hospital, Institute of Medicine, Suranaree University of Technology, Surin, Thailand

FP03 | Percutaneous nephrolithotomy versus extracorporeal shockwaves lithotripsy for treatment of a 20-30 mm single renal pelvis stone
M. Hassan, A.R. El-Nahas, K.Z. Sheir, N.A. El-Tabey, A.M. El-Assmy, A.A. Shokeir
Urology Department, Urology and Nephrology Center, Mansoura University, Mansoura, Egypt

FP04 | Meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials on adjunctive medical expulsive therapy for kidney and ureteral stone fragments following shock wave lithotripsy
B. Adamu1, S.U. Alhassan1, E.E. Effa2
1 Bayero University, Kano, Nigeria
2 University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, Calabar, Nigeria

FP05 | Renal parenchyma-sparing pelvic and calyceal stone removal: laparoscopic pyelotomy
O. Reichelt, T. Weirich, A. Mohammed
Department of Urology, Aue, Germany

FP06 | Changing trends in the management of urolithiasis and the current role of open surgery in our context
J.L. Baidya
B&B Hospital, Lalitpur, Nepal

FP07 | Contemporary stone management in Jordan
A.N. Al Shunaigat
Jordanian Association of Urological Surgeons, Amman, Jordan

FP08 | Handling thromboprophylaxis and patients with bleeding diathesis in minimally invasive stone procedures
L. Durner1, A. Bourdoumis1, J. Masood2, N. Buchholz3
1 The Royal London Hospital, London, United Kingdom
2 Homerton University Hospital, London, United Kingdom
3 U-Merge, London, United Kingdom


FREE PRESENTATIONS SESSION 2: PCNL
FP09 |
Ultrasound(US)-guided Microperc in oblique-supine position: first experience
N. Macchione, M. Catellani, E. Montanari
A.O. San Paolo-Universitá degli Studi di Milano, Milan, Italy

FP10 | Pre-operative MSU culture may help prevent, but stone culture helps predict, post-operative sepsis risk at PCNL
R. Cetti, W. Ranasinghe, L. Boucher, P. McCahy
Monash Health, Melbourne, Australia

FP11 | Tubeless percutaneous nephrolithotomy for lower calyceal stones is a cost effective and ideal management in Indian setting – A single centre study
D. Mishra, A. Chawla
Department of Urology, Kasturba Medical College, Manipal University, Manipal, India

FP12 | Percutaneous nephrolithotomy for staghorn stone: various values affecting stone free rate and complications
H.J. Cho1, S.W. Choi1, K.S. Kim1, J.H. Kim1, Y.H. Park1, W.J. Bae1, M.-S. Ha2, S.-H. Hong1, J.Y. Lee1, S.W. Kim1, T.-K. Huang1
1 Seoul St. Mary's Hospital, Seoul, Korea Republic
2 Yeoui do St. Mary's Hospital, Seoul, Korea Republic

FP13 | Factors affecting stone free rate and complications of percutaneous nephrolithotomy: a singe center analysis over 10 years
H.J. Cho1, S.W. Choi1, K.S. Kim1, J.H. Kim1, Y.H. Park1, W.J. Bae1, M.-S. Ha2, S.-H. Hong1, J.Y. Lee1, S.W. Kim1, T.-K. Hwang1
1 Seoul St. Mary's Hospital, Seoul, Korea Republic
2 Yeoui do St. Mary's Hospital, Seoul, Korea Republic

FP14 | Day care Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy (PCNL) in rural Indian setup
P.M. Mulawkar, G.S. Panpaliya, G.R. Bhat
Tirthankar Superspeciality Hospital, Gaddam Plots, Akola Maharashtra, India

FP15 | Ultra-mini PCNL vs. flexible ureteroscopy: a matched-pair analysis of costs of treatment (expendable materials) in patients with renal stones 10-20 mm
M. Schoenthaler1, K. Wilhelm1, S. Hein1, A. Bourdoumis2, A. Hawizy2, J. Desai3, A. Miernik1
1 Department of Urology, University Medical Centre, Freiburg, Germany
2 Endourology and Stone Services, Royal London Hospital, Barts and The London NHS Trust, London, United Kingdom
3 Department of Urology, Samved Hospital, Ahmedabad, India

FP16 | Minimal access management of urinary stones in toddlers and children – Our experience
T.M. Samarasinghe, A. Weerackody, N. Lamahewage, S.K. Chadrasekara
Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka


FREE PRESENTATIONS SESSION 3: The focus of future stone research
FP17 | Link between nephrolithiasis and the metabolic syndrome?
V. Dzien, C. Dzien-Bischinger, A. Dzien 
Medical Center Hentschelhof, Innsbruck, Austria

FP18 | Antibiotic prophylaxis in stone treatment – The EAU urological infection guidelines views
M. Grabe
University of Lund, Lund, Sweden

FP19 | Comparison of the histopatologic ureteral wall changes during different techniques of ureteroscopic lithotripsy
I. Orlov, S. Popov, D. Chernysheva
State Center of Endourology and New Technologies, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

FP20 | Morphological study on the interaction between human macrophages and renal calculi crystals with micro technique in vitro
T. Zhi Wei, D. Yao Liang, W. Bo, L. Cheng Yang
Department of Urology, First Affiliated Hospital of Guangxi Medical University, Nan Ning, China

FP21 | Characterization of the protein components of matrix stones: rare and enigmatic soft renal calculi
V. Marzano1, L. Huang1, C. Martelli1, F. Iavarone1, F. Vincenzoni1, C. Desiderio2, I. Messana3, N. Buchholz4, F. Zattoni5, P. Beltrami5, P.M. Ferraro6, M. Castagnola1, G. Gambaro6
1 Institute of Biochemistry and Clinical Biochemistry, Catholic University, Rome, Italy
2 Institute of Chemistry of Molecular Recognition, National Research Council CNR, Rome, Italy
3 Department of Life and Environmental Science, Cagliari University, Cagliari, Italy
4 U-Merge, London, United Kingdom
5 Division of Urology, University Hospital, University of Padova, Padova, Italy
6 Division of Nephrology, Department of Internal Medicine and Medical Specialties, Catholic University, Rome, Italy


FREE PRESENTATIONS SESSION 4: URS, laparoscopic stone surgery and training
FP22 |
Stone diseases in Algeria: URS replaces slowly open surgery
H. Kouicem
Private practice, Sétif, Algeria

FP23 | Improved durability of digital flexible ureteroscopes
P. Geavlete, R. Multescu, B. Geavlete
Saint John Emergency Clinical Hospital, Bucharest, Romania

FP24 | Retrograde flexible ureteroscopic approach – Experience on 1,110 cases
P. Geavlete, R. Multescu, B. Geavlete
Saint John Emergency Clinical Hospital, Bucharest, Romania

FP25 | Dust vs. extractable fragments: holmium laser lithotripsy mode
P. Geavlete, R. Multescu, B. Geavlete
Saint John Emergency Clinical Hospital, Bucharest, Romania

FP26 | Intraoperative incidents and complications after semirigid ureteroscopies – Single center experience on 10,001 cases
P. Geavlete, R. Multescu, B. Geavlete
Saint John Emergency Clinical Hospital, Bucharest, Romania

FP27 | Safety and effectivity of roboflex avicenna, the new robot for flexible ureteroscopy
J. Rassweiler1, A. Smith2, R. Saglam3, O. Traxer4, G. Preminger5, D. Hoenig2, Z. Tokatlı6, A. Armağan7, K. Sarıca8, A. Müslümanoglu9
1 SLK Kliniken, Heilbronn, Germany
2 Smith's Urology Clinic, New York, NY, USA
3 Medicana International Hospital, Ankara, Turkey
4 Marie Curie University, Tenon Hospital, Paris, France
5 Duke University, Durham, NC, USA
6 Medicana International Hospital, Ankara, Turkey
7 Bezmialem University, Istanbul, Turkey
8 Kartal Training and Research Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey
9 Bagcilar Training and Research Hospital, Ankara, Turkey

FP28 | Outpatient endoscopic treatment of ureteric stones – 5 years’ experience in a self-contained outpatient surgery unit
J. Kirkegaard1, U.T. Larsen2, M. Borre1, A.M. Ryhammer1
1 Department of Urology, Aarhus University Hospital, Skejby, Aarhus, Denmark
2 Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care, Aarhus University Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark

FP29 | Retrograd intrarenal surgery as a new surgical treatment modality of stone in horseshoe kidney: a case report
E. Kaya, S. Bedir, A. Gürağaç, Y. Kibar
Department of Urology, Gulhane Military Medical Academy, Ankara, Turkey