Industry Supported Session Programmes

THURSDAY, 7 SEPTEMBER | 12:15-13:45 | Hall C

2017 GLOBAL YEAR AGAINST PAIN AFTER SURGERY – ONE YEAR EXPERIENCE OF TREATMENT WITH SUBLINGUAL SUFENTANIL

Satellite Symposium organised by GRÜNENTHAL

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Chair: Richard Langford, United Kingdom

MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE PAIN AFTER SURGERY: STATE OF THE ART IN 2017
Richard Langford, United Kingdom

SUBLINGUAL SUFENTANIL – NON-INVASIVE PATIENT-CONTROLLED ANALGESIA
Philippe Dubois, Belgium

THE SUFENTANIL SELF-MANAGED DELIVERY SYSTEM IN CLINICAL PRACTICE – FRENCH EXPERIENCE AND PERSPECTIVES WITH FAST-TRACK SURGERY
Eric Viel, France

THE SUFENTANIL SELF-MANAGED DELIVERY SYSTEM IN CLINICAL PRACTICE – WHAT BENEFITS (AND DOWNSIDES) TO EXPECT?
Thomas Meuser, Germany



THURSDAY, 7 SEPTEMBER | 12:15-13:45 | Hall D 

INNOVATIVE PHARMACOLOGICAL APPROACHES IN CHRONIC PAIN

Satellite Symposium organised by TEVA

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Chair: Ralf Baron

TARGETING THE PERIPHERY - STOPPING PAIN WHERE IT STARTS?
Anthony Dickenson, UK

UNMET CLINICAL NEED IN OSTEOARTHRITIS (OA) AND CHRONIC LOWER BACK PAIN (CLBP)
Ralf Baron, Germany

UNMET CLINICAL NEEDS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MIGRAINE AND OTHER HEADACHE DISORDERS
Nicholas Silver, UK



THURSDAY, 7 SEPTEMBER | 12:15-13:45 | Hall E

FAST AND EFFECTIVE PAIN RELIEF: 

A NEW INNOVATION FROM "DOWN UNDER"

Satellite Symposium organised by MUNDIPHARMA

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Chair: Bart Morlion, Belgium

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION
Bart Morlion, Belgium

UNMET NEEDS IN TRAUMA PAIN? TIME FOR INNOVATION
Patrick Dißmann, Germany

BRINGING 30 YEARS OF AUSTRALIAN EXPERIENCE TO EUROPE 
Paul Middleton, Australia 

TIME TO STOP! AND CONSIDER A FRESH APPROACH
Frank Coffey, UK 

IMPACT AND BENEFITS IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
Maxime Maignan, France



THURSDAY, 7 SEPTEMBER | 18:15-19:45 | Hall C

MODERATE TO SEVERE ACUTE PAIN MANAGEMENT: A NEW EFFECTIVE MULTIMODAL MEDICATION 

Satellite Symposium organised by MENARINI

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Chair: Giustino Varrassi, Italy

INTRODUCTION 
Giustino Varrassi, Italy

"2017: GLOBAL YEAR AGAINST PAIN AFTER SURGERY." ACUTE PAIN IS STILL AN UNMET CLINICAL NEED
Antonio Montero, Spain

ANALGESIA:  AN IMPORTANT TOOL IN THE PREVENTION OF CHRONIC PAIN
Jose De Andres, Spain

NEW ORAL FDC OF DEXKETOPROFEN/TRAMADOL, AN EFFECTIVE COMBINATION FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF PAIN IN 2017
Magdi Hanna, UK

DISCUSSION AND FINAL REMARKS                        



FRIDAY, 8 SEPTEMBER | 07:30 - 08:30 | Hall H

OPIOID-INDUCED CONSTIPATION (OIC): OBSTRUCTING EFFECTIVE PAIN MANAGEMENT

Meet the Expert Breakfast Session organised by SHIONOGI

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Chair: Bart Morlion, Belgium

CURRENT PERCEPTIONS ABOUT OIC
Bart Morlion, Belgium

PAIN VERSUS CONSTIPATION
Michael Überall, Germany

UNDERSTANDING OIC
Anton Emmanuel, UK

CLINICAL PRACTICE BEYOND PAIN MANAGEMENT
Bart Morlion, Belgium

QUESTION AND ANSWERS



FRIDAY, 8 SEPTEMBER | 12:15-13:45 | Hall B

TIME TO SHOW THE DIFFERENCE – ARE ALL STRONG ANALGESICS THE SAME?

Satellite Symposium organised by GRÜNENTHAL

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Chair: Ralf Baron, Germany

NEW INSIGHTS INTO CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN – CAN YOU PREDICT TREATMENT RESPONSE?
Ralf Baron, Germany

LANDSCAPING THE CNS – HOW DO µ-AGONISM AND SNRI DIFFER IN ACTION? 
Asbjørn Mohr Drewes, Denmark

RESPIRATORY DEPRESSION – FRESH AIR FOR TAPENTADOL?
Albert Dahan, The Netherlands



FRIDAY, 8 SEPTEMBER | 12:15-13:45 | Hall C

"NALOXEGOL – IS THIS THE NEW CHOICE FOR THE TREATMENT OF OPIOID INDUCED CONSTIPATION?"

Satellite Symposium organised by KYOWA KIRIN

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Chair: Juan Pérez-Cajaraville, Spain

SLOWING MY INSIDES? WHO? WHEN? HOW?
Juan Pérez-Cajaraville, Spain

THE ENTERIC NERVOUS SYSTEM: PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND DEVELOPMENT OF OIC
Christina Brock, Denmark

NALOXEGOL (MOVENTIG®) IN OPIOID-INDUCED CONSTIPATION: EVIDENCE FROM PIVOTAL STUDIES
Jan Tack, Belgium



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