Sunday, Oct. 25, 2009, 9:30am - 11:30amPoster Session II: Bladder/Testes/Urethra
Scale: = 1= POOR / ADEQUATE / EXCELLENT=5
PROGRAM OBJECTIVES Total Pts # Returned Total Ave Score
Summarize objective and subjective outcomes for treatment of stress urinary incontinence.
Examine outcomes following radical cystectomy in the treatment of baldder cancer.
Analyze the incidence of fluoroquinilone resistant infections after transrectal prostate biopsy. OVERALL EVALUATION Increased My Awareness of the Subject
Was Educationally Sound and Scientifically Balanced
Points that will influence the way I will practice: Screening patients pre-prostate biopsy for fluoroquinolane use. Consideration of alternate antibiotic due to increasing resistant to flouroquinolones. Outcomes for Rx SUI Look for infections after TRUS biopsy resistant to fluoroquinolones. Made me aware of antibiotic resistance to CIPRO No difference between hydropubic/non hydropubic urethitus Repeat therapy for IC helpful Use better antibiotic selection in post prostate biopsy - quinolone resistent infections Will ask patient about coital incontinence Laparoscopic salvage prostatectomy can be performed for radiation failures. Management of TIC in elderly Change AtBx for PBx Change my prophyloctic protocol prior to prostate biopsy Use of antibiotics for prostate therapy May alter my antibiotic prophylaxis. Will try single vaginal incision sling. Avoid infections by understanding quinolone resistance Use of testosterone pellet Assume flouroquinolone resistance in post TRUS Bx Awareness of the long acting testosterone that will be used in future Do a urine culture prior to biopsy to rule out resistant organism colonization Female urinary incontinence with sex can be treated There are new drugs for BPH Awareness of antibiotic use and resistance Consider decreased use of quinolone in non complex procedures Points that will influence the way I will practice: (Continued) Do cancer screenings The use of fluoroquinolone and increased resistance I will change the prophylactive antibiotics I use before prostate biopsies due to increasing resistance- to sepsis with fluoroquinolones Moderators: Dr. Atreya Dash & Dr. Jane Miller The moderators guided and enhanced this session. Comments about Moderators: Good job Excellent Good Good job Very good Contributed Soft, empathetic Excellent Good comments, well moderated Well organized Q&A Provided stimulating questions Great A little slow early on - left too little time for discussion of later papers No change Excellent job Good Excellent job Excellent Good Outstanding Knowledgeable Excellent job and good discussions Comments about Speakers: Good job Good Good Appropriate and useful Well behaved Overall excellent IC talk short but concise Excellent Well balanced Goldstein- excellent speaker- interesting new concepts Good job - kept speakers lively Good variety of subjects covered Good Comments about Speakers: (Continued) Allow more slides for talks Poster on testosterone pellets came across as an advertisement Excellent Great variety Knowledgeable Recommended topics: Update on antibiotic resistance. Keep up the good work Tips for RALRC and Nephroureterectomy AUA guidelines fortx of testicular pain Virtual transperineal biopsy over transurectal
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