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Chomchark Chuntrasakul Professorial Lecture

Date & Time June 14 (Thu), 8:50-9:30 Venue Walkerhill Theatre
Speakers
  • TBA
    Myung Duk Lee (The Catholic University of Korea Seoul St. Mary's Hospital, Korea)

Presidential Lecture

Date & Time June 15 (Fri), 9:40-10:10 Venue Walkerhill Theatre
Speakers
  • TBA
    Ho-Seong Han (Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Korea)

Plenary Lecture 01

Date & Time June 14 (Thu), 9:40-10:10 Venue Walkerhill Theatre
Speakers
  • Why Do We Need International Clinical Research?
    Michael Hiesmayr (Medical University Vienna, Austria)

Plenary Lecture 02

Date & Time June 16 (Sat), 10:10-10:40 Venue Walkerhill Theatre
Speakers
  • Innovation of Semisolid Diet in Japan
    Harumasa Ohyanagi (Kinki University, Japan)

Keynote Lecture 01

Date & Time June 14 (Thu), 13:00-13:30 Venue Vista 1
Speakers
  • Fish Oil in PNALD
    Kathleen M. Gura (Children's Hospital Boston, USA)

Keynote Lecture 02

Date & Time June 14 (Thu), 13:00-13:30 Venue Vista 2
Speakers
  • TBA
    Andre Van Gossum (Erasme University Hospital, Belgium)

Keynote Lecture 03

Date & Time June 14 (Thu), 13:00-13:30 Venue Vista 3
Speakers
  • Nutritionist View on Microbiome
    James Borneman (University of California, Riverside, USA)

Keynote Lecture 04

Date & Time June 15 (Fri), 13:00-13:30 Venue Vista 1
Speakers
  • TBA
    Hyun Wook Baik (DMC Bundang Jesaeng Hospital, Korea)

Keynote Lecture 05

Date & Time June 15 (Fri), 13:00-13:30 Venue Vista 2
Speakers
  • Cancer Nutrition Therapy in China
    Han Ping Shi (Beijing Shijitan Hospital, Capital Medical University, China)

Keynote Lecture 06

Date & Time June 15 (Fri), 13:00-13:30 Venue Vista 3
Speakers
  • ASPEN Clinical Guidelines: Parenteral Nutrition Ordering, Order Review, Compounding, Labeling, and Dispensing
    Gordon Sacks (Harrison School of Pharmacy, Auburn University, USA)

Session 01: NST Quality Assurance and Accreditation

With the advance of highly specialized nutrition support, an interdisciplinary approach has been essential to perform this medical knowledge from the laboratory to the bedside. Interdisciplinary nutrition support teams have been created to optimize the effectiveness and safety of this therapy. The impact of standardization and use of interdisciplinary teams to provide specialized nutrition support have been shown to improve outcomes and safety and have a positive financial impact on healthcare institutions, as performance-based assessments can lower the quality of healthcare services. The focus of this session is to provide an evidence-based level and measure their performance, because nutrition support teams include many of the components of the healthcare delivery system that are advocated for the future, and nutrition support teams should be encouraged as the preferred system of providing specialized nutrition support.

Date & Time June 14 (Thu), 10:30-12:00 Venue Walkerhill Theatre
Speakers
  1. 1.NST Quality Assurance and Accreditation in Brazil
    Maria Isabel Correia (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil)
  2. 2.NST Quality Assurance and Accreditation in Philippines
    Jonathan M. Asprer (University of Santo Tomas Hospital, Philippines)
  3. 3.NST Quality Assurance and Accreditation in Japan
    Joji Kotani (Hyogo College of Medicine, Japan)
  4. 4.NST Quality Assurance and Accreditation in Korea
    Dong Woo Shin (Hallym University Medical Center, Korea)

Session 02: Optimizing Nutrition in Sarcopenia

Sarcopenia is a major nutrition-related problem that is often observed in hospitalized patients. Since most hospitalized patients are in sedentary environments and undergoing extensive treatment for medical conditions, they are susceptible to sarcopenia and its related consequences such as falls and bone fractures. Considering the importance of preventive strategies and effective treatments against sarcopenia, this symposium will introduce the most updated research findings on aging-related sarcopenia and treatment strategies focusing on nutrition support and rehabilitation. Moreover, the prevalence of sarcopenia and its associated outcomes in patients with Crohn’s disease will be addressed. This symposium will provide insights into the integrative and effective interventions to prevent and combat sarcopenia.

Date & Time June 14 (Thu), 10:30-12:00 Venue Vista 1
Speakers
  1. 1.Nutritional Considerations in Aging-related Sarcopenia
    Nishan S. Kalupahana (University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka)
  2. 2.Treatment of Sarcopenic Dysphagia with Rehabilitation and Nutritional Support
    Keisuke Maeda (Aichi Medical University, Japan)
  3. 3.Prevalence of Sarcopenia and Its Impact on Postoperative Outcome in Patients with Crohn's Disease Undergoing Bowel Resection
    Jianfeng Gong (Jinling Hospital, Medical School of Nanjing University, China)

Session 03: Glutamine Supplements in Critically Ill Patients

There is a debate on the efficacy and safety of glutamine (GLN) supplementation in critically ill patients. Recent, large-multicenter trials of REDOX and MetaPlus show no benefits or increase of harmful effects of GLN. The concept of glutamine supplementation in all ICU patients as a conditionally essential amino acid seems to have ended. However, hypoglutaminemia may possibly be associated with unfavorable outcomes in critically ill patients. Therefore, we need to re-evaluate the validity of GLN.

Date & Time June 14 (Thu), 13:40-15:10 Venue Walkerhill Theatre
Speakers
  1. 1.(Introduction): Glutamune and Inflammation
    Hern Ku Lee (Chonbuk National University Medical School, Korea)
  2. 2.Prevalence of Glutamine Deficiency in Critically Ill Patients
    Renee Blaauw (Stellenbosch University, South Africa)
  3. 3.Effects of Glutamine Supplements to Critically Ill Patients
    Jan Wernerman (Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden)
  4. 4.Optimal Time of Glutamine Supplements in Critically Ill Patients
    Manpreet S. Mundi (Mayo Clinic, USA)

Session 04: Mitochondria and Nutrition

Mitochondria play a central role in energy metabolism, biosynthetic processes, intracellular calcium homeostasis, cell proliferation and programmed cell death. However, unbalanced over-nutrition with physical inactivity gives continuous stress to mitochondria, critically participating in pathogenesis of metabolic disorders. This session will provide informative background knowledge and cutting edge discoveries about mitochondrial metabolism and their pathophysiologic alterations, which may give us insight about therapeutic strategies for chronic metabolic and degenerative diseases.

Date & Time June 14 (Thu), 13:40-15:10 Venue Vista 1
Speakers
  1. 1.Nuclear Bile Acid Receptor FXR Modulates Mitochondria Activity to Enhance GLP-1 Secretion
    Sungsoon Fang (Yonsei University College of Medicine, Korea)
  2. 2.Mitochondrial Stress in Hypothalamic Neurons and Body Energy Metabolism
    Min Seon Kim (University of Ulsan College of Medicine, Korea)
  3. 3.Persistent Organic Pollutants, Mitochondrial Dysfunction, and Metabolic Syndrome(MetS)
    Hong Kyu Lee (University Medical School and Eulji Hospital, Korea)
  4. 4.Mitochondrial Metabolism and Immune Response
    Dongchon Kang (Kyushu University, Japan)

Session 05: Cancer and Nutrition

Malnutrition is a frequent problem in cancer patients. This session will provide suitable and practical guidelines on nutrition and perioperative nutrition support in cancer patients. Usually cancer patients require specialized supportive care to overcome physical distress from their disease and/or the cancer treatment itself. The general concept of cancer rehabilitation in conjunction with nutritional support will also be presented.

Date & Time June 14 (Thu), 16:30-18:00 Venue Walkerhill Theatre
Speakers
  1. 1.ESPEN Guidelines on Nutrition in Cancer Patients
    Jann Arends (University of Freiburg, Germany)
  2. 2.Cancer Rehabilitation and Nutrition
    Ying Guo (The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA)
  3. 3.Perioperative Nutrition Support Therapy in Cancer Surgery
       (How to Improve ONS Compliance after GI Surgery)
    Ryoji Fukushima (Teikyo University School of Medicine, Japan)

Session 06: Medical Foods in the World

Medical foods are foods that are specially formulated for medical purposes. Patients who are unable to eat orally should use these medical foods as their sole source of nutrition, which set medical foods apart with special concerns for nutrition support. Most countries manage their medical foods through regulations. In this session, an overview of medical foods and regulations related to medical foods in a global context will be discussed.

Date & Time June 14 (Thu), 16:30-18:00 Venue Vista 1
Speakers
  1. 1.Medical Foods in Europe
    TBA
  2. 2.Medical Foods in Japan
    Kazuhiko Fukatsu (The Tokyo University Hospital, Japan)
  3. 3.Medical Foods in Korea
    Song Mi Lee (Severance Hospital, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Korea)
  4. 4.Taiwan's experience in specific enteral formula and additives for critically ill patients
    Yin-Yi Han  (National Taiwan University Hospital, Taiwan)

Session 07: Nutrition in Obesity

Obesity has emerged as one of the leading health concerns over the past decades. It is known that more than one third of the world population is obese or overweight. Although there are advances in the treatment methods of obesity, it is still difficult to manage and individualized treatment strategies are needed. In this session, an overview of obesity including mechanisms, pathophysiology and treatment will be discussed.

Date & Time June 14 (Thu), 16:30-18:00 Venue Vista 2
Speakers
  1. 1.Mechanism and Pathophysiology of Obesity
    Steven B. Heymsfield (Pennington Biomedical Research Center, USA)
  2. 2.Body Composition and Obesity Paradox
    Steven B. Heymsfield (Pennington Biomedical Research Center, USA)
  3. 3.Management of Overweight and Obesity in Adults
    Yoonseok Heo (Inha University School of Medicine, Korea)
  4. 4.Nutritional and Pharmacological Consequences of Bariatric Surgery
    Yeon Ji Lee (Inha University Hospital, Korea)

Session 08: Clinical Nutrition Research

Clinical nutrition research contributes to human health and nutrition by exerting an educational effect, which can be practically applied to clinical nutrition care. Evidence-based critical nutrition can provide safe and efficient nutrition therapy.

Date & Time June 14 (Thu), 16:30-18:00 Venue Vista 3
Speakers
  1. 1.Nday
    Michael Hiesmayr (Medical University Vienna, Austria)
  2. 2.Prevalence & Characteristics of Artificial Nutrition-related Complication: Korean Experience
    Hyuk-Joon Lee (Seoul National University Hospital, Korea)
  3. 3.Parenteral Nutrition Use Evaluation for Hospitalized Patients in Korea: Retrospective Multicenter Cross-sectional Study
    Jin A Yang (Asan Medical Center, University of Ulsan, Korea)
  4. 4.TBA
    Ranil Jayawardana (University of Colombo, Sri Lanka)

Session 09: Intestinal Failure

Intestinal failure is a state in which the patient's gut is anatomically or functionally incapable of absorbing sufficient amounts of nutrients to sustain one's metabolic needs. Parenteral nutrition support is the core to managing intestinal failure, while novel treatment strategies are being developed and actively applied in these patients. This session will review the current knowledge in the pharmacological and surgical management of intestinal failure as well as bone mineral deficiency, which is a common complication of intestinal failure.

Date & Time June 15 (Fri), 10:30-12:00 Venue Vista 1
Speakers
  1. 1.Pharmacologic Strategies to Manage the Complications of Intestinal Failure
    Kathleen M. Gura (Children's Hospital Boston, USA)
  2. 2.Vitamin D and Bone Mineral Deficiency in Intestinal Failure
    Sanghoon Lee (Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Korea)
  3. 3.Surgical Management of Intestinal Failure: Bowel Lengthening to Transplant
    Jang Moon (Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, USA)

Session 10: Comprehensive Nutritional Approach after Pancreatectomy

Cachexia, malnutrition, significant weight loss, sarcopenia and reduction in food intake represent the most important pathophysiological consequences of pancreatic cancer. Pathophysiological consequences result also from pancreatectomy, the type and severity of which differ significantly and depend on the type of the operation performed. In this session, various types of pancreatic diseases and pancreatectomy will be reviewed and experts will introduce each type of nutritional support after pancreatic surgery.

Date & Time June 15 (Fri), 10:30-12:00 Venue Vista 3
Speakers
  1. 1.Nutritional Risk Factors after Pancreatectomy
    Tsann-Long Hwang (Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taiwan)
  2. 2.Exo and Endocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency after Partial Pancreatectomy
    Marco Del Chiaro (Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden)
  3. 3.How Can We Improve Short and Long Term QoL Using Surgical Procedure for Pancreatectomy
    Sang-Jae Park (National Cancer Center, Korea)

Session 11: NST Introduction of Each Country & Cost of Nutrition Therapy

Nutritional support teams (NST) have been demonstrated to be an excellent mechanism for identifying patients in need of nutrition support, improving the efficacy of nutrition support in a variety of hospital environments. The focus of this session will review the function, structure and reimbursement systems of NST in Asian countries and improve NST activities.

Date & Time June 15 (Fri), 13:40-15:10 Venue Walkerhill Theatre
Speakers
  1. 1.NST Introduction and Current Cost of Nutrition Therapy in Korea
    Kuk-Hwan Kwon (National Health Insurance Corporation Ilsan Hospital, Korea)
  2. 2.NST Introduction and Current Cost of Nutrition Therapy in Japan
    Takashi Higashiguchi (Fujita Health University School of Medicine, Japan)
  3. 3.NST Introduction and Current of Nutrition Therapy Fee in Taiwan
    Yen-Hsuan Ni (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
  4. 4.NST Introduction and Current Cost of Nutrition Therapy in Singapore
    Jonathan Tan Jit Ern (Tan Tok Seng Hospital, Singapore)
  5. 5.NST Introduction and Current Cost of Nutrition Therapy in China
    Han Ping Shi (Beijing Shijitan Hospital, Capital Medical University, China)
  6. 6.NST Introduction and Current Cost of Nutrition Therapy in India
    B. Ravinder Reddy (CARE Hospitals, Banjara Hills, India)

Session 12: Microbiota for Health & Nutrition

Microbiota constitutes 90% of the human genome and is known to be associated with many diseases. This field has recently become a hot topic in many studies. This symposium will discuss the introduction of microbiota, food, medication, and clinical significance.

Date & Time June 15 (Fri), 13:40-15:10 Venue Vista 1
Speakers
  1. 1.Role of Microbiota in Human (Introduction)
    Ju-Hoon Lee (KyungHee University College of Life Sciences, Korea)
  2. 2.Implementation of Gut Microbiota
    Byoung Wook Bang (Inha University School of Medicine, Korea)
  3. 3.Microbiota Change through the Foods and Medication
    Hakdong Shin (Sejong University, Korea)
  4. 4.Microbiota in Clinical Aspects
    In Kyu Lee (College of Medicine, The Catholic University, Korea)

Session 13: Nutritional Screening/Assessment: Does One Fit All?

Nutritional screening/assessment tools are varied* and diverse according to the patient population, type of disease and even race. In this symposium, we will try to point out the crucial aspects of each tool and also to suggest the possibility of standardization of nutritional screening/assessment tools in Eastern as well as in Western countries.

Date & Time June 15 (Fri), 16:10-17:40 Venue Vista 1
Speakers
  1. 1.Malnutrition Diagnostic Criteria: Suggestions from Global Leadership Initiative on Malnutrition(GLIM)
    Tommy Cederholm (Uppsala University Hospital, Sweden)
  2. 2.Malnutrition Diagnostic Criteria: Specific Consideration for Diverse Patients
    Charlene Compher (University of Pennsylvania, School of Nursing, USA)
  3. 3.TBD
    Naoki Hiki (Cancer Institute Hospital, Japan)

Although the list of complications associated with artificial nutrition is well described in our textbook, the current data of artificial nutrition related complications is still limited. In this session, several important complications in EN and PN will be discussed with a recent data-driven approach.

Date & Time June 15 (Fri), 16:10-17:40 Venue Vista 3
Speakers
  1. 1.Aspiration Pneumonia
    Chi-Min Park (Samsung Medical Center, Korea)
  2. 2.Refeeding Syndrome in Surgical Patients
    Minghua Cong (Tumor Hospital of Chinese Academy of Medicine, China)
  3. 3.TPN Induced Liver Damage
    Tsann-Long Hwang (Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taiwan)
  4. 4.Catheter Related Complication
    Pyoeng Gyun Choe (Seul National University College of Medicine, Korea)

Session 15: Micronutrients

Date & Time June 16 (Sat), 8:30-10:00 Venue Vista 1
Speakers
  1. 1.Vitamins and Minerals: Technical Background
    Ji-Young Sul (Chungnam National University Hospital, Korea)
  2. 2.Monitoring and Assessment of Micronutrients
    Chen Wei (Peking Union Medical College Hospital, China)
  3. 3.The Science and Practice of Micronutrient Supplementations in Nutritional Anemia
    Lingtak-Neander Chan (School of Public Health, University of Washington, USA)
  4. 4.Micronutrients in Clinical Medicine: Evidence and Practice
    Mette Berger (University Hospital of Lausanne, Switzerland)

Session 16: Liver Transplantation Section

The survival rate after liver transplantation has increased due to advanced surgical techniques and perioperative management. However, patients with malnutrition still suffer from infectious complications after liver transplantation and their prognosis is poor. It is important to promote recovery after liver transplantation and overcome the many problems in the post-transplant period. In this session, perioperative nutritional support and managing post-transplant complications will be reviewed and experts will introduce the latest updated management strategies.

Date & Time June 16 (Sat), 8:30-10:00 Venue Vista 3
Speakers
  1. 1.Nutritional Support during Liver Transplantation
    Jong Man Kim (Samsung Medical Center, Korea)
  2. 2.NODAT After Liver Transplantation
    Yao-Ming Wu (National Taiwan University Hospital, Taiwan)
  3. 3.Pretransplant Sarcopenia and Sequential Changes in Liver Transplant Recipients
    Toshimi Kaido (Kyoto University, Japan)
  4. 4.Metabolic Syndrome and Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease after Liver Transplantation
    TBA

Session 17: Hot Nutrition Topics in Critically Ill Patients

Critically ill patients experience metabolic changes, intolerance and adverse events. Understanding the metabolic aspect of disease can complete nutrition therapy in critically ill patients.

Date & Time June 16 (Sat), 11:00-12:30 Venue Walkerhill Theatre
Speakers
  1. 1.ARDS
    Anfernee Kim-ming Yim (Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Hong Kong, China)
  2. 2.Trauma
    Norio Sato (Ehime University, Japan)
  3. 3.Sepsis
    Jae Gil Lee (Yonsei University College of Medicine, Korea)

Joint Session 01: [PENSA-KBURN(The Korean Burn Society)] Burns

The metabolic consequences of major burn injuries are profound and constitute an ongoing challenge to successful burn treatment. Provision of aggressive nutritional support is an essential component of burn care, which can reduce mortality, complications and optimize wound healing. Therefore, we need to discuss the nutritional assessment of patients with severe burns.

Date & Time June 14 (Thu), 10:30-12:00 Venue Vista 2
Speakers
  1. 1.Nutritional Therapy in Pediatric Burn Patients
    Jong Lee (University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, USA)
  2. 2.Nutritional Therapy in Adult Major Burn Patients
    Haejun Yim (Hallym University, College of Medicine, Korea)
  3. 3.Special Considerations in Nutritional Therapy(AKI/ARDS)
    Yong Suk Cho (Hallym University, College of Medicine, Korea)
  4. 4.Role of NST(Nutritional Support Team) in Major Burns
    Kashil Shin (Hallym University, College of Medicine, Korea)

Joint Session 02: [PENSA-KSSMN(The Korean Society of Surgical Metabolism and Nutrition)] Early Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) in Asia: Issues and Evidence

ERAS is an emerging issue in many surgical procedures such as gastric, colorectal, and hepatobiliary surgeries. In this session, several topics including indications, preoperative carbohydrate loading, early EN, and early discharge will be discussed.

Date & Time June 14 (Thu), 10:30-12:00 Venue Vista 3
Speakers
  1. 1.Selection Criteria for ERAS Program
    Masanori Tokunaga (National Cancer Center East, Japan)
  2. 2.Preoperative Carbohydrate Loading
    Seung Wan Ryu (Keimyung University Dongsan Hospital, Korea)
  3. 3.Early EN after GI Surgery
    Joe King-Man Fan (University of Hong Kong, Queen Mary Hospital, Hong Kong, China)
  4. 4.Protocol for Standardized Early Discharge
    Ziyu Li (Peking University Cancer Hospital, China)

Joint Session 03: [PENSA-KSHP(The Korean Society of Health-system Pharmacists)] Pharmacotherapy in Nutrition Support

Many patients on nutrition therapy have various diseases and different disease severity. Thus, the use of drugs for patient treatment varies widely and it is important to identify drug-nutrient interactions. In this session, you will learn how to improve the clinical outcome of the patient by identifying the interactions between nutritional therapy and drugs and preventing them beforehand. In addition, we can experience the actual clinical data on fish oil in premature Korean infants.

Date & Time June 14 (Thu), 13:40-15:10 Venue Vista 2
Speakers
  1. 1.TBA
    Harbans Kaur (International Society of Oncology Pharmacy Practitioners, Malaysia)
  2. 2.Drug-induced Nutrient Depletion
    Gordon Sacks (Harrison School of Pharmacy, Auburn University, USA)
  3. 3.The Efficacy of Fish Oil Based Versus Soybean Oil-based Fat Emulsion in the Occurrence of Parenteral Nutrition Associated Liver Disease in Premature Infants
    Ji-Eun Kwon (The Catholic University of Korea Seoul St. Mary's Hospital, Korea)
  4. 4.Clinical Evaluation for Drug Interaction between L-Asparaginase and L-aspartic Acid-containing Total Parenteral Nutrition in Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Patients
    Minoh Ko (Seoul National University Hospital, Korea)

Joint Session 04: [PENSA-IASMEN(International Association for Surgical Metabolism and Nutrition) Ⅰ]

Date & Time June 14 (Thu), 13:40-15:10 Venue Vista 3
Speakers
  1. 1.TBA
    Dileep Lobo (Nottingham University Hospitals, UK)
  2. 2.ERAS - Highlights and Updates
    Olle Ljungqvist (Örebro University Hospital, Sweden)
  3. 3.TBA
    Do-Joong Park (Seoul National University, College of Medicine, Korea)

Joint Session 05: [PENSA-KST(The Korean Society of Traumatology)] Nutrition Support in Trauma Patients

Nutrition supplementation is a paramount, though often neglected, component of the care of severely injured patients. Our understanding of the timing, composition, and route of administration of nutritional support to the trauma patient has deepened over the past 20 to 30 years. However, many aspects of clinical practice remain controversial.

Date & Time June 14 (Thu), 15:30-16:30 Venue Walkerhill Theatre
Speakers
  1. 1.Nutritional Support for Patients Sustaining Traumatic Brain Injury
    Bo Ra Seo (Mokpo Hankook Hospital, Korea)
  2. 2.Parenteral Nutrition Support in Major Abdominal Trauma Patients
    Namryeol Kim (Korea University Guro Hospital, Korea)
  3. 3.TBA
    Dennis Kim (Harbor-UCLA Trauma Center, USA)

Joint Session 06: [PENSA-KWMS(Korean Wound Management Society)] Nutrition & Wound Healing

By combining knowledge of the wound healing process together with best practice provision of nutrition, healthcare professionals can help decrease the morbidity and mortality associated with chronic wounds as well as reducing their cost and impact.

Date & Time June 15 (Fri), 13:40-15:10 Venue Vista 2
Speakers
  1. 1.The Importance of Nutrition Management for Chronic Wound Treatment
    Hitomi Sano (Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, Nippon Medical School, Japan)
  2. 2.Surgical Management for Poor Condition Patients
    Hyun-suk Suh (Seoul Asan Medical Center, University of Ulsan College of Medicine, Korea)
  3. 3.TBA
    Yur-Ren Kuo (Department of Surgery, Kaohsiung Medical University Hospital, Taiwan)

Joint Session 07: [PENSA-IASMEN(International Association for Surgical Metabolism and Nutrition) Ⅱ]

Date & Time June 15 (Fri), 13:40-15:10 Venue Vista 3
Speakers
  1. 1.Reduction of Complications after Bariatric Surgery
    Anders Thorell (Ersta Hospital, Sweden)
  2. 2.Perioperative Care Particularly in the Area of ERAS
    Andrew Hill (The University of Auckland, New Zealand)
  3. 3.Japanese Guidelines for Nutrition Support Therapy in Critically Ill Patients
    Joji Kotani (Hyogo College of Medicine, Japan)

Joint Session 08: [PENSA-KSCCM(The Korean Society of Critical Care Medicine)] Critical Care Nutrition

Critically ill diseases have a pro-inflammatory response with hypermetabolism resulting in a caloric deficit, malnutrition, loss of lean body mass and nutritional intolerance. However, inappropriate nutrition therapy can have deleterious consequences. Prudent nutrition therapy is necessary in critically ill patients.

Date & Time June 15 (Fri), 16:10-17:40 Venue Vista 2
Speakers
  1. 1.Calory, How Much is Enough?
    Mette Berger (University Hospital of Lausanne, Switzerland)
  2. 2.Protein, How Much is Enough?
    Suk-Kyung Hong (Asan Medical Center, University of Ulsan, Korea)
  3. 3.Change of the Mucosal Immunity by the Surgical Stress
    Woodae Kang (Kasukabe Medical Center, Japan)

Joint Session 09: [PENSA-KSCN(The Korean Society of Clinical Nutrition)] Considerations of Advanced Nutrition in Nutrition Support

Nutrition support has been developed with clinical nutrition therapy based on basic nutritional studies. In this session, specific considerations about the goal and methods of calorie measurement in nutrition support, the effect of amino acids in immunity, the role of dietary fiber and FOADMAP in enteral nutrition will be discussed.

Date & Time June 16 (Sat), 8:30-10:00 Venue Vista 2
Speakers
  1. 1.Calorie Measurement in Nutrition Support
    Veeradej Pisprasert (Khon Kaen University College of Medicine, Thailand)
  2. 2.Amino Acids and Immunity
    Kwang Suk Ko (Ewha Woman’s University, Korea)
  3. 3.Dietary Fiber and FODMAP in Nutrition Support
    Oh Yeon Kim (Dong-A University, Korea)

Joint Session 10: [PENSA-KSPGHN(The Korean Society of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition)] Updates on Nutritional Support Strategies in Children

Pediatric patients are at high risk of malnutrition during hospitalization, and malnutrition is associated with increased morbidity, mortality, hospital stay, and hospital costs. For these reasons, the necessity of optimal nutritional support for hospitalized children is emphasized in practice. In this session, optimal nutritional support strategies for hospitalized pediatric patients including nutritional screening and assessment, nutritional support in the NICU and PICU, and home PN for children with short bowel syndrome will be discussed.

Date & Time June 16 (Sat), 11:00-12:30 Venue Vista 1
Speakers
  1. 1.Nutritional Screening and Assessment in Children
    Hye Ran Yang (Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Korea)
  2. 2.Nutritional Support Strategies in Preterm Infants (NICU)
    William W. Hay Jr. (Perinatal Research Center, University of Colorado School of Medicine, USA)
  3. 3.Nutritional Support Strategies in Critically-ill Children (PICU)
    Nalinee Chongviriyaphan (Medicine Ramathibodi Hospital, Mahidol University, Thailand)
  4. 4.Nutritional Support Strategies in Children with Short Bowel Syndrome (Home PN)
    Jin Soo Moon (Seoul National University Children's Hospital, Korea)

Joint Session 11: [PENSA-KACN(Korea Association of Critical Care Nurses)] Nurse's Role in Nutrition Support

The successful management of malnutrition requires a multidisciplinary approach with clearly defined roles. Roles need to be defined for nurses to support the nutritional status of patients. In this session, an overview of the nurse’s role including the development and implementation of diet programs, standard practice of enteral feeding, critically ill patients’ enteral feeding, and catheter care for PN administration will be discussed.

Date & Time June 16 (Sat), 11:00-12:30 Venue Vista 2
Speakers
  1. 1.Development and Implementation of Diet Program for Persons with IBS
    Margaret Heitkemper (School of Nursing, University of Washington, USA)
  2. 2.Enteral Feeding in the Critically Ill
    Songsri Keawtanom (Siriraj Hospital, Thailand)
  3. 3.Enteral Feeding Tubes Management
    Jakyung Min (Samsung Medical Center, Korea)
  4. 4.Catheter Care: PN Administration
    Hyunlim Kim (Asan Medical Center University of Ulsan, Korea)

Joint Session 12: [PENSA-IASMEN(International Association for Surgical Metabolism and Nutrition) Ⅲ]

Date & Time June 16 (Sat), 11:00-12:30 Venue Vista 3
Speakers
  1. 1.TBA
    Steven Wolf (UT Southwestern Medical Center, USA)
  2. 2.TBA
    Takashi Higashiguchi (Fujita Health University School of Medicine, Japan)