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ISIN Congress Program - Day 1 - Nov 2 (Thu)

※ OP: Oral Presentation

Time Title Speaker
7:30 Registration
08:30-09:00 Opening Remarks
Charis:
Dae-Won Seo,
Kyung Seok Park
1) Congress President Jae Moon Kim
2) ISIN President Andrea Szelenyi
3) KNA President Dong Kuck Lee
Scientific Session 1. Motor Evoked Potentials
Chairs:
David MacDonald
Chang Hwan Kim
09:00-09:20 How to Interpret MEPs and How to Use them - A 2017 View David MacDonald
09:20-09:50 Moving from Injury Prediction to Injury Prevention: Thoughts on the Evidence Supporting Intraoperative Myogenic TcMEPs Stanley Skinner
09:50-10:00 OP1. Using Rapid Repetition of Stimulations a New Conceptfor MEP Interpretation is Developed Karl Kothbauer
10:00-10:10 OP2. Warning Criteria for MEP Monitoring during Carotid Endarterectomy – A Retrospective Analysis of 400 Patients? Michael J. Malcharek
10:10-10:25 OP3. Intraoperative Direct Cortical Stimulation Motor Evoked Potentials: Stimulus Parameter Recommendations Based on Rheobase and Chronaxie David MacDonald
10:25-10:35 OP4. Effect of Dexmedetomidine Combined Anesthesia on Motor-Evoked Potentials DuringBrain Tumor Surgery Han Gil Seo
10:35-10:50 Contribution to the Clinical and Neurophysiologic Features of Pure Motor DeficitCaused by Selective Upper Motor Neuron Lesion: A New Neurological Syndrome Beatriz Arranz Arranz
10:50-11:00 OP5. Intraoperative Transcranial Motor Evoked Potentials in Children younger than 6 Months under Tethered Cord Surgery with Dexmedetomidinee Yuan Fang
11:00-11:10 OP6. Linked Quadri-Polar Transcranial Electrical Motor Evoked Potentials Minimizes Patient Movement in Spine and Brain Surgeries Bernard Cohen
Mary Menniti Stecker Vahé Amassian Memorial Lecture Chair: Vedran Deletis
11:15-11:20 Introduction Vedran Deletis
11:20-12:00 History of Spinal Cord Monitoring and Mapping Tetsuya Tamaki
12:00-13:00 Lunch
Scientific Session 2. Monitoring and Mapping of the Spinal Cord
Chairs:
Vedran Deletis
Dae Yul Kim
13:00-13:30 Surgery of Spine and Spinal Cord Disorders Jae Taek Hong
13:30-13:45 Mapping of the Exposed Spinal Cord Kathleen Seidel
13:45-14:05 MEP Monitoring in Spine Surgery: Different Monitoring Strategies Kyung Seok Park
14:05-14:15 OP7. Role of D-Wave Monitoring in High-Risk Spine Surgeries Nishanth Sampath
14:15-14:30 D-Wave Monitoring - The Verona Experiences Francesco Sala
14:30-14:40 OP8. Intraoperative Identification of the Corticospinal Tracts and Dorsal Columns of the Spinal Cord by Electrical Stimulation Kathleen Seidel
14:40-15:00 Neurophysiologic Aspects of the Treatment of Chronic Pain - Mapping of the Spinal Cord Jay Shils
15:00-15:30 Coffee Break
15:30-15:40 OP9. Loss of Large Fiber Activity during High Frequency Stimulation of the DorsalColumn in Humans Jeffrey Arle
15:40-15:50 OP10. Safeguard in Ultra Major Surgery: Intraoperative Neurophysiologic Monitoring (IONM) in Spine Surgery Helen Wai-man Lee
Special Lecture Chair: Elif Ilgaz Aydinlar
16:00-16:30 Umbilical Cord Blood Mononuclear Cell Transplant and Lithium Treatment of Human Chronic Spinal Cord Injury Wise Young
Special Lecture Chair: Andrea Szelenyi
16:30-16:55 Publishing and Publication for Intraoperative Neurophysiology: The View from the Editorial Board of "Clinical Neurophysiology" David MacDonald
17:00-18:30 Poster Session (@2F)
Chairs:
Karl Kothbauer
Kyung Seok Park
David MacDonald
Kathleen Seidel
18:30-20:00 Welcome Reception (@4F / Athens Hall)

ISIN Congress Program - Day 2 - Nov 3 (Fri)

※ OP: Oral Presentation

Time Title Speaker
07:30-08:20 Breakfast Session
A) Case Presentation and Discussion Muhammad Tariq Imtiaz
B) Brain Mapping Kathleen Seidel
C) Brainstem Monitoring Isabel Fernandez-Conejero
D) Deep Brain Stimulation Jinyoung Youn
E) Spinal Cord Monitoring Karl Kothbauer
Scientific Session 3. Monitoring and Mapping of the Brain
Chairs:
Karl Kothbauer
Chi Heon Kim
08:30-09:00 Surgery of Brain Tumors Seok Ho Hong
09:00-09:45 Special Lecture - Neurophysiologic Guided Resection of Temporo-Insular Tumors: How Ido it and how everyone should do it Lorenzo Bello
09:45-10:05 OP11. Functional Organization of Primary Motor Cortex Tailor Neurophsyiological Guided Surgical Resection of Tumors Involving this Area Marco Conti Nibali
09:55-10:05 OP12. Initial Experience with Continuous Dynamic Mapping using a Suction Monopolar Device Aliasgar Moiyadi
10:05-10:15 OP13. Preserving Executive Functions in Frontal Lobe Gliomas Surgery : An Intraoperative Tool Tommaso Sciortino
10:15-10:25 OP14. Assessing Praxis Circuit in Glioma Surgery Reduces the Incidence of Post-Operative andLong-Term Apraxia: A New Intraoperative Test Marco Rossi
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-11:10 OP15. The Linear Correlation between Monopolar and Bipolar Stimulation Thresholds in Eloquent Gliomas Xiaohui Ren
11:10-11:20 OP16. Does the Morphology of the Somatosensory Evoked Potentials (SEP) Enhance the Prevention of Cortical Ischemia during Clipping of Middle Cerebral Artery Aneurysms? A Preliminary Study Franca Tecchio
11:20-11:30 OP17. Clinical Significance of Intraoperative EEG Characteristics for Prediction of Post-Operative Outcome in Pediatric Moyamoya Disease Sejin Choi
11:30-11:40 OP18. Usefulness of Intraoperative Visual Function Monitoring during Neurosurgical Procedures Alicia Martinez Pineiro
11:40-11:50 OP19. Friend or Foe? NIRS vs IONM in Carotid Endarterectomy Surgery under GeneralAnesthesia. Angel Saponaro-Gonzalez
11:50-12:00 OP20. Somatosensory Evoked Potentials And Dramatic Recovery After Mechanical Thrombectomy InPatients With Acute Ischemic Stroke And Anterior Large Vessel Occlusion Alicia Martinez Pineiro
12:00-13:00 Lunch Symposium (Sponsored by Industry) 
Fred J. Epstein Memorial Lecture Chair: Francesco Sala
13:00-13:05 Introduction of Lecture and Speaker Francesco Sala
13:05-14:00 The Birth and Growth of Intraoperative Spinal Cord Monitoring Wise Young
Scientific Session 4. IOM Around the World:Asia-Pacific
Chairs:
Francisco Soto
Soo Chul Park
14:00-14:10 IONM Around the World: Development since 2015 Francisco Soto
14:10-14:20 OP21. Developing a IONM Programme in A Neuro-Oncology Setup in India – The Neurosurgical Perspective Aliasgar Moiyadi
14:30-14:45 IONM in Korea Keewon Kim
14:45-15:00 IONM in China Liang Wang
15:00-15:30 Coffee Break
15:30-15:45 IONM in Japan Takanori Saito
15:45-16:00 IONMin India Sandip Chatterjee
16:00-16:10 OP22. In-House and Outsourced Models of Intraoperative Monitoring Services:  Lessons from A Small Country Josh Lawson
16:10-16:30 IONM International Francesco Sala
Special Lecture Chair: Kyung Seok Park
16:30-17:15 Neurophysiology of decision-making in human and non-human primates Kyoung-Min Lee
17:20-17:50 Presidential Address Andrea Szelenyi
17:50-18:00 Presentation of the 2019 Scientific Congress Venue
18:00-18:45 General Assembly of ISIN Andrea Szelenyi
19:30 6th Congress Dinner in Seoul

ISIN Congress Program - Day 3 - Nov 4 (Sat)

※ OP: Oral Presentation

Time Title Speaker
Special Lecture Chair: Lanjun Guo
08:00-08:45 Neuromonitoring! Does it have value and to whom? Adrian Gelb
Scientific Session 5. Monitoring and Mapping of the Brainstem and Cranial Nerves
Chairs:
Isabel Fernandez-Conejero
Ryoong Huh
08:45-09:15 IONM in Hemifacial Spasm Surgery Dae-Won Seo
09:15-09:25 OP23. Comparison the Impact of three Induction Regimens using Succinylcholine or Vecuronium ornot using Muscle Relaxant on the Intraoperative Monitoring of LSR: An RCT Yuan Fang
09:25-09:35 OP24. How to Maximize the Efficacy of Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring in Microvascular Decompression of Hemifacial Spasm? Szu-yen Pan
09:35-09:45 OP25. Modified Motor Threshold Criterion for Intraoperative Corticobulbar MEPs to Predict Postoperative Facial Nerve Function Tobias Greve
09:45-10:00 OP26. The Nuts and Bolts of Monitoring the Laryngeal and Vagus Nerve with the Laryngeal Adductor Reflex in one Hundred Patients Sedat Ulkatan
10:00-10:10 OP27. Predictive Value of Intraoperative Facial Motor Evoked Potentials in Cerebellopontine Angle Surgery under Two Anesthesia Protocols Hui Qiao
10:10-10:20 OP28. Selection of Facial Nerve Branch for LSR Monitoring during MVD Surgery: Zygomatic Branch Bersus Mandibular Branch Jae Meen Lee
10:20-10:30 OP29. New Trial Technique to Aid in Determining Candidates for Trigeminal BranchStimulation to Treat Refractory Atypical Face Pain Jeffrey Arle
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-11:10 OP30. Continuous Dynamic Mapping to Preserve the Facial Nerve in Vestibular Schwannoma Surgery Kathleen Seidel
11:10-11:20 OP31. Vagus Electrical Transcutaneous Stimulation in Thyroidectomy and Parathyroidectomay Clara Nevado
11:20-11:30 OP32. New Methodology for Phrenic Nerve Intraoperative Monitoring during Cardiothoracic Surgery Alicia Martinez Pineiro
Scientific Session 6. Deep Brain Stimulation
Chairs:
Jay Shils
Dong-Sik Park
11:45-12:00 OP33. DBS in the Surgical Management of Intractable Epilepsy. Surgical Procedure and Follow-Up in Six Patients with Chronic Stimulation of the Anterior Nucleus of the Thalamus Klaus Novak
12:00-12:30 OP34. Deep Brain Stimulation Jay Shils
12:30-13:00 Deep Brain Stimulation in vegetative and minimally conscious state Vedran Deletis
13:20-13:30 Award Ceremony Chair: Next Congress Organizer
13:30-13:45 Closing Remarks
1) New ISIN President Francisco Soto
2) Congress President Jae Moon Kim
13:45 Adjourn
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