Session

Instillations in NMIBC: Indications and practical aspects

EAUN-ESU Course 1

  • Location:
    Room 4
  • Chair:
     M. Rouprêt, Paris (FR)
  • Aims and objectives of this session

    This course would cover a description of the uro-oncological background of NMIBC and the indications for instillation therapy on the one hand and of the current gold standard in the implication of instillation therapy into the clinical management on the other hand.
    Since intravesical chemotherapy and BCG vary decisively in side-effects and practical aspects and pose specific problems for urologists and nurses, which are intertwined, the course would address each group of agents separately but in a joint presentation by nurse and urologist, which the speakers would coordinate with the chair by mail prior to the course.
    Following the course, the audience should be able to point out the main background and rationale for the use of instillations in NMIBC and the and gold-standards in its applications and also to address practical problems.

  • This course will cover a description of the uro-oncological background of NMIBC and the indications for instillation therapy on the one hand and of the current gold standard in the implication of instillation therapy into the clinical management on the other hand. Since intravesical chemotherapy and BCG vary decisively in side-effects and practical aspects and pose specific problems for urologists and nurses, which are intertwined, the course will address each group of agents separately but in a joint presentation by nurse and urologist. Following the course, the audience should be able to point out the main background and rationale for the use of instillations in NMIBC and the and gold-standards in its applications and also know how to address practical problems.
Risk factors of NMIBC driving treatment decisions: Which instillations for whom?
 K. Hendricksen, Amsterdam (NL)
Discussion
Instillations in the context of TURBT and follow-up: When and how to do it right?
 M. Rouprêt, Paris (FR)
Discussion
Break
Practical aspects and management of adverse events in intravesical chemotherapy: The urologist’s and the nurse’s perspective
 W.M. De Blok, Utrecht (NL)
 
 M. Rouprêt, Paris (FR)
Discussion
Practical aspects and management of adverse events in intravesical BCG: The urologist’s and the nurse’s perspective
 W.M. De Blok, Utrecht (NL)
 
 K. Hendricksen, Amsterdam (NL)
Discussion