Sunday April 22, Krakow

Sunday April 22, Krakow

00.01 - 23.59
WCO-IOF-ESCEO
08.00 - 09.00
NON-SPONSORED SYMPOSIA
Meeting Room 1
Taking care of the osteoporotic spine
Chairpersons: Sansin Tüzün, Radmila Matijevic
The Impact of spinal alignment on falls and fractures Ülkü Akarirmak
How to create a stable spine via exercise in osteoporosis? Sansin Tüzün
To brace or not to brace in the osteoporotic spine? Füsun Güler  Uysal
Spinal Augmentation: How to choose the best candidate? Çağatay Öztürk
Meeting Room 2
Optimalisation of Fracture Liaison Services
Chairpersons: Willem Lems, Kassim Javaid
The Capture the Fracture Project, a flagship of IOF Kristina Åkesson
A database of > 200 FLS services, what can we learn from that? Kassim Javaid
In patients in which a DXA is indicated, a VFA (vertebral fracture assessment) is also indicated! Willem Lems
Discussion
Meeting Room 3
Diabetes and Osteoporosis: A sweet relationship
Chairperson: Bruno Muzzi Camargos
Underlying mechanisms between diabetes mellitus and osteoporosis Oscar Rosero Olarte
Bone microarchitecture in diabetes Maria Belen Zanchetta
Fracture risk assessment on diabetic patients: FRAX, DXA, TBS Bruno Muzzi Camargos
Osteoporosis treatment on diabetic patients: Efficacy and drug interactions Adriana Medina Orjuela
Clinical guidance: Diabetic patients at risk of fractures Luis Fernando Vidal Neira
Questions and answers  All
Meeting Room 4
Impact of osteoporosis/osteopenia in management of osteoarthritis
Chairperson: Hannu T. Aro
The prevalence of osteoporosis and vitamin-D deficiency in patients with hip osteoarthritis Julie Glowacki
Selection of uncemented or cemented hip prosthesis in fracture patients and osteoarthritic patients: implant stability, periprosthetic bone loss and periprosthetic fractures Olof Sköldenberg
Zoledronic acid and denosumab in prevention of periprosthetic bone loss in cementless hip replacement of postmenopausal women Hannu T. Aro
Meeting Room 5
Novelty regarding the potential of nutritional interventional studies with or without exercise training to prevent muscle function in older adults
Chairpersons: Mylène Aubertin‑Leheudre, Olivier Bruyère
Vitamin D and muscle function Olivier Bruyère
Omega-3 and muscle function Yves Rolland
Citruline and muscle function Mylène Aubertin‑Leheudre
Meeting Room 7
Management of Osteoporosis - Closing the gap in the CEE countries
Chairperson: Heinrich Resch
Fracture epidemiology in the CEE countries Peter Lakatos
Closing the treatment gap in Poland - our experiences Edward Czerwinski
The add value of Biomarkers Vladimir Palicka
Simple but accurate tools in the fracture risk assessment Catalina Poiana
Treatment failures and side effects Juray Payer
08.00 - 09.00
Meeting Room 6
ESCEO SYMPOSIUM
Meeting Room 6
Phosphate wasting disorders: What the bone doctor should know. A report of an ESCEO Working Group.
Chairpersons: Maria Luisa Brandi, René Rizzoli
08.00 ‣ The FGF23/Phosphate/Klotho/FGF-Rs machinery Dieter Haffner
08.15 ‣ Expression of Phosphate Wasting Disorders in the Adults Kassim Javaid
08.30 ‣ Management of Phosphate Wasting Disorders Laura Masi
08.45 ‣ Discussion
08.55 ‣ Conclusions Serge Ferrari
Panel: Maria Luisa Brandi, René Rizzoli, Dieter Haffner, Kassim Javaid, Laura Masi, Serge Ferrari, Peter Kamenicky
09.00 - 10.00
MEET-THE-EXPERT SESSIONS
Meeting Room 2
Intra-articular therapy in knee osteoarthritis
François Rannou
Meeting Room 1
Vitamin D : What is good and what is bad
Bess Dawson‑Hughes
Meeting Room 3
Fall risk assessment and prevention
Stefania Maggi
Meeting Room 4
Pharmacological management of osteoporosis in Poland
Edward Czerwinski
09.00 - 10.00
Poster Area
Poster Viewing Session III
09.00 - 10.00
Meeting Room 5
EDUCATIONAL LECTURE
How can behavioural sciences improve the outcome of daily practice?  Daniel Pinto, Zachary Zenko
10.00 - 12.00
Auditorium B
SCIENTIFIC SESSION V
Chairpersons: René Rizzoli, Stefania Maggi
10.00
Auditorium B
Plenary Lecture 9
How to manage imminent fracture risk Thierry Thomas
10.30
Auditorium B
Presentation of the ESCEO-IOF Pierre Meunier Young Scientist Award
Bess Dawson‑Hughes
10.40
Auditorium B
Oral communications selected from abstracts
10.40
Auditorium B
OC35
‣ ASSESSING THE RISK OF OSTEOPOROSIS THROUGH RADIOFREQUENCY ECHOGRAPHIC MULTI SPECTROMETRY (REMS): RESULTS OF THE SCREENING CAMPAIGN IN THE ITALIAN POPULATION
Presenting author: L. Cianferotti
Authors: L. Cavalli, F. Giusti, G. Gronchi, C. Signorini, P. Pisani, M. L. Brandi
10.50
Auditorium B
OC36
‣ ADVANCED 3D REGISTRATION FOR MONITORING PERIPHERAL BMD AND BMC CHANGES IN GROWING BONES IN CHILDREN
Presenting author: K. Engelke
Authors: A. Friedberger, O. Museyko, H. Genant
11.00
Auditorium B
OC37
‣ CLUSTER ANALYSIS OF HIGH RESOLUTION PERIPHERAL QUANTITATIVE COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY PARAMETERS IDENTIFIES BONE PHENOTYPES ASSOCIATED WITH HIGH RATES OF PREVALENT FRACTURE
Presenting author: M. H. Edwards
Authors: L. D. Westbury, C. Cooper, E. M. Dennison, K. A. Ward
11.20
Auditorium B
OC39
‣ ARTHRITIS ACROSS EDUCATION, INCOME AND RACE/ETHNICITY, AND THE MODERATING ROLE OF CHILDHOOD MALTREATMENT: DATA FROM THE NATIONAL EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SURVEY ON ALCOHOL AND RELATED CONDITIONS (NESARC)
Presenting author: S. L. Brennan‑Olsen
Authors: T.L. Taillieu, S. Turner, J. Bolton, S.E. Quirk, F. Gomez, R.L. Duckham, S.M. Hosking, G. Duque, D. Green, T.O. Afifi
11.30
Auditorium B
Plenary Lecture 10
Combined and sequential therapies in osteoporosis Michael R. McClung
12.00 - 13.00
NON-SPONSORED SYMPOSIA
Meeting Room 1
Management of Osteoporosis in Poland
Chairperson: Edward Czerwinski
The review of the 2017 updated polish guidelines for the diagnosis and management of osteoporosis Piotr Gluszko
Management of osteoporosis in poland: calcium and vitamin D Ewa Marcinowska‑Suchowierska
Rac-ost-pol – population based polish epidemiologic study on postmenopausal osteoporosis Wojciech Pluskiewicz
Value of T- and Z-scores in fracture prediction Przemyslax Borowy
Correlation between tbs, age and fracture in postmenopausal women Edward Czerwinski
Meeting Room 2
Physical activity and rehabilitation in osteoporosis and sarcopenia
Chairperson: Mark Lissens
Adapted physical activity using gerontechnology as the solution to counteract muscle function in frail population. Mylène Aubertin‑Leheudre
Rehabilitation of sarcopenic elderly Yannis Dionyssiottis
Correlation between sarcopenia and osteoporosis in patients with post poliomyelitis syndrome Mark Lissens
Meeting Room 3
Identification of vertebral fractures in Fracture Liaison Services in the UK
Chairperson: Kassim Javaid
The financial burden of vertebral fracture Tim Jones
Understanding the clinical guidance for the identification of vertebral fractures in the UK Sonya Stephenson
Meeting Room 5
Non-irradiating evaluation of bone mineral mass at peripheral and axial sites
Chairpersons: Maria Luisa Brandi, René Rizzoli
Non-irradiating osteoporosis diagnosis: Technologies description Francesco Conversano
An international clinical experience Adolfo Diez‑Perez
Symposium take home message Piotr Leszczynski
Meeting Room 6
Rational approach to osteoporosis in Turkey
Chairpersons: Berrin Durmaz, Sema Oncel
Approach of Turkish Physicians to Osteoporotic Vertebral Fractures Ozlen Peker
Hidden Problem: Osteoporotic Vertebral Fractures Yesim Gokce Kutsal
Medical Treatment of Osteoporosis Ozlem  El
Orthoses and Exercises for Osteoporotic Vertebral Fractures Funda Calis
FRAX Study with Calcaneal Ultrasound in Turkish Postmenopausal Women Yesim Kirazli
Meeting Room 7
Autoimmune Sarcopenia
Chairperson: Mislav Radić
Autoimmune sarcopenia – current knowledge and perspective Mislav Radić
Risk of sarcopenia in rheumatoid arthritis patients Tonko Vlak
Risk of sarcopenia in systemic lupus erythematosus patients Miroslav Mayer
13.00
End of the Congress