IDPoster titleAuthor(s)InstitutionCategory
1.05Children’s Asthma Pack – A Patient Centred Initiative For A Family Friendly Asthma Education ResourceMary Devitt Children’s Health Ireland at Tallaght, Dublin, Ireland.Asthma & SleepView
1.17Liraglutide-Based Weight Loss versus CPAP Therapy in improving Sleep Quality and Quality of Life of Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnoea – an Explorative, Proof of Concept StudyCliona O'DonnellSt. Vincent's University HospitalAsthma & SleepView
1.18Are we doing the necessary investigations to monitor for cardiometabolic risk factors in confirmed cases of obstructive sleep apnoea in our centre?Aoife PowerTallaght University HospitalAsthma & SleepView
1.1The efficacy of Elexacaftor/Tezacaftor/Ivacaftor in patients with cystic fibrosis and advanced lung diseaseO.M. O'Carroll K.M.O'Shea C.Carroll B. Grogan A.Connolly L. O'Shaughnessy T. Nicholson C.G. Gallagher E.F. McKoneNational Referral Centre for Adult Cystic Fibrosis, St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin 4, Ireland.Lung Cancer/CF/ILD/SurgeryView
1.01Don’t act on the ACTVincent BrennanRCSIAsthmaView
1.19Management and Outcomes of Mild OSA (AHI 5-15): A Real-World StudyRomina GolchinUniversity College CorkAsthma & SleepView
1.21Non-CPAP therapies in the treatment of Obstructive Sleep ApnoeaCiara McLoughlinBons Secours Hospital CorkAsthma & SleepView
1Protected: Digital Ischaemia in Anti-Synthetase SyndromeM. Lincoln W. Binalialsharabi P. NadarajanSt James's HospitalView
1.22Home Sleep Apnoea Testing: Optimising Patient Outcome with Limited ResourcesOrla WynneTallaght University HospitalAsthma & SleepView
1.01Clinical accuracy and risk of harm in asthma related content on TikTokEmma McNallySt James HospitalAsthma & SleepView
1.15Outcomes in at home pulse oximetry in a paediatric respiratory centreJason ForanUniversity Hospital LimerickAsthma & SleepView
1.16A review of the use of domiciliary non-invasive ventilation in a tertiary hospitalMargaret HigginsSt. Vincent's University HospitalAsthma & SleepView
1.01Evaluation of 116 Patients with IPF commenced on anti-fibrotic treatment therapies in Cork University HospitalB.Bowen M.HenryCork University HospitalILDView
1.02Respiratory Bronchiolitis Interstitial Lung Disease – is it more common than we thought?C Cruickshank, M Donaghy, E Murtagh, P Minnis.Northern Trust Antrim Area Hospital Interstitial Lung Disease Service, Northern IrelandILDView
1.03Type II alveolar epithelial cell dysfunction associates with altered iron levels after bleomycin treatmentSarah Kenny1*, Ziling Huang 2,3 and Suzanne M. Cloonan1,2.Trinity College DublinILDView
1.04Mode of Presentation, Diagnosis and Prevalence of Lymphangioleiomyomatosis in an Irish populationE Lynn M O’Callaghan L Browne M.P. Keane C McCarthySt. Vincent's University HospitalILDView
1.05Computed Tomography morphometric analysis of patients with Idiopathic Inflammatory Myopathy related Interstitial Lung Disease correlates with Forced Vital CapacityO’Mahony A1, Henry P3, Coughlan P2, Crowley C1, Ryan D1, Moore N1, O’Connor OJ1, Maher M1, Henry MT2 1. Academic Department of Radiology, Cork University Hospital / University College Cork 2. Department of Respiratory Medicine, Cork University Hospital / University College Cork 3. School of Medicine, University College CorkCUH/UCCILDView
1.06Hypercalcaemia in patients with sarcoidosis in the South of IrelandJL O’Sullivan, LJ Walsh, HI Ibrahim, TM O’ConnorMercy University Hospital Cork, IrelandILDView
1.07Accessory muscles support respiratory system performance in young dystrophin-deficient mdx miceAD Slyne KD O'Halloran DP BurnsUniversity College CorkMiscellaneousView
1.09The development of a point of care test for the quantitative determination of active neutrophil elastase in sputumMcCafferty D Raj S Johnston S Lubarsky G McLaughlin JProAxsis Ltd and Northern Ireland Connected Health Innovation Centre (CHIC)MiscellaneousView
1.1Characteristics of Sarcoid Associated Pulmonary Hypertension in IrelandM Higgins S Cullivan B McCullagh S GaineMater Misericordiae University HospitalMiscellaneousView
1.11Initial experience of virtual pulmonary rehabilitation in a district general hospitalin aR McGarrigle, R.SharkeyWestern Health & Social Care TrustMiscellaneousView
1.12Transitioning Between Oral And Parenteral Prostacyclin Therapy In Two Patients With Idiopathic Pulmonary Arterial HypertensionS Devlin (first author) S Cullivan B McCullagh SP GaineNational Pulmonary Hypertension Unit, Mater Misericordiae University HospitalMiscellaneousView
1.13A single center audit of access to healthcare and disease monitoring in patients diagnosed with Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.L Carey S Comerford H Mulryan S Walsh A O' ReganUniversity Hospital GalwayILDView
1.14Survey of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) patients who participated in online group exercise classes to facilitate physical activity during Covid-19 pandemic.Gordon Cagney; Niamh Julian; Paula Ryan; Aiden O’Brien; Brian Casserly; Gemma O’Dowd; Nicola Cassidy; Danny Sheahan.University Hospital Limerick, Irish Lung Fibrosis Association, Invisio Ltd. ILDView
1.15The Irish Lung Fibrosis Association’s Multi-Stakeholder World Café on Pulmonary Fibrosis Services in Ireland During Covid-19 and BeyondN Cassidy E Judge G O’Dowd T Shone AM RussellIrish Lung Fibrosis AssociationILDView
1.16Lung fibrosis patients identify deficiencies in vital healthcare support servicesN Cassidy L Fox L Brown L Galvin G O’Dowd D Sheahan K O’ReillyIrish Lung Fibrosis AssociationILDView
1.17Scleroderoma-related ILDD Doyle M HenryCork University HospitalILDView
1.19Compliance with ATS/ERS guidelines for lung fibrosis reporting in CT thorax in University Hospital Kerry, and demographic distribution of pulmonary fibrosis in Kerry GroupA.Nabri, M.I.Khan, U.Khan, H.ArshadUniversity Hospital KerryILDView
1.2The correlation of ILD MDT diagnosis with explant histopathology in transplant recipients.D O’Malley, M O’Callaghan, L Brown, A Fabre, MP Keane, C McCarthySt Vincents University HospitalILDView
1.21The impact of virtual pulmonary rehabilitation programme on physical activity on people with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis: a feasibility studyO O.’Shea, G. Murphy, L. Forde, G. Casey, L. Fox, K.M.A. O’ReillyRCSI and Mater University HospitalILDView
1.22Interstitial Lung Disease Acute Exacerbation Audit within the COVID-19 PandemicDBarry S Toland K HurleyBeaumont Hospital , DublinILDView
1.23Investigating mucosal associated invariant T (MAIT) cells in lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM)S. Boyle A. Hogan A. Jouida MP. Keane C. McCarthyUniversity College DublinILDView
1.25A Two Year Review Of Anti-Fibrotic Medication For the Treatment of Idopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis In St James’s HospitalR Kennedy, L Dolan, C Gray, K Devenney, P NadarajanSt James's HospitalILDView
1.26PCP Prophylaxis in Patients with Interstitial Lung Disease (ILD) on Steroids And/or other Immunosuppressive MedicationM. O’Callaghan Y. Ibrahim L. Fox J. Stack K.MA. O’ReillyMater Misericordiae University HospitalILDView
1.28Audit of Thoracic Activity in Level 1 Trauma CentreTanya Chandwani, Nida Ara, Daniyal Arshad, Mr Nadeem Anjum, Mr Kishore DoddakulaCork University HospitalLung Cancer and BronchoscopyView
1.29An Audit on the Baseline Extra-Pulmonary Screening Investigations of Biopsy-Confirmed Sarcoidosis Patients in Mater Misericoardiae University HospitalA Asis D Halim N Boyle A Kirk T McEneryMater Misericordiae University HospitalMiscellaneousView
1.3Current Physiotherapy knowledge of temporary Tracheostomies in St. Luke’s General Hospital, KilkennyKDowlingSt. Luke's hospital KilkennyMiscellaneousView
1.31A retrospective analysis of the current management and investigation of pleural infections at the Royal Victoria Hospital Belfast from 1/2/21-31/1/21C Eastwood P Nelson M Hunter CA ButlerDepartment of respiratory medicine at the Royal Victoria Hospital. Belfast Health and Social care Trust Northern IrelandMiscellaneousView
1.32Pulmonary function test ordering practices in the COVID-19 era – a clinical audit at Beaumont HospitalS Garvey, E Mullen, L Clarke, ME O’BrienBeaumont HospitalMiscellaneousView
1.33A Clinical Audit on the Use of Respiratory Physiotherapy Outcome Measures on Inpatients in St. Luke’s General HospitalE. GeraghtySt. Luke's General Hospital Carlow/KilkennyMiscellaneousView
1.34Improving the assessment, prescription and follow up of inpatients newly commenced on home oxygen in an acute hospitalC. Gleeson C. Gray P. NadarajanSt. James’s Hospital, Dublin 8.MiscellaneousView
1.35Impact On Hospital Length of Stay of A Respiratory Assessment UnitC. Hayes, S. Toland, L. Madden-Doyle, R. Morgan, E. O’Brien.Beaumont Hospital, DublinMiscellaneousView
1.36Improving Awareness of Monitoring and Education of Patients Prescribed Methotrexate in Respiratory CareS Burke, A Shahid, R Minogue, K Cooper, K FinanSligo University HospitalMiscellaneousView
1.37‘Is O2 too much of a go to?’ An audit into our practice.A. SheehanSt. Lukes Hospital KilkennyMiscellaneousView
1.38Establishment of a Tertiary Care Respiratory Assessment UnitS Toland L Power C Hayes K Hurley RK Morgan ME O'BrienBeaumont HospitalMiscellaneousView
1.39An Integrated Respiratory Service- from paper to patient and beyondA Barry R Reilly SDW MillerOur Lady's Hospital, Navan, Co. MeathMiscellaneousView
1.4A Survey Of The Use Of High Flow Nasal Oxygen in Cork University HospitalS Healy AM Fitzgerald M O'Grady A Hallahan MT Henry DM MurphyCork University HospitalMiscellaneousView
1.41“It is the fear of exercise that stops me” – Attitudes and dimensions influencing physical activity in pulmonary hypertension patientsC McCormack, Dr. B Furlong, S Cullivan, Dr. N McCaffrey, Prof. S Gaine, Dr. B McCullagh, Prof. N.M Moyna1, Dr. SJ. HardcastleDublin City UniversityMiscellaneousView
1.42A composite tissue-engineered biomaterial scaffold with refined mechanical properties and vascularisation for tracheal regenerationT Khalid M Lemoine SA Cryan FJ O’Brien C O’LearyRoyal College of Surgeons in IrelandMiscellaneousView
2.06Mapping behaviour change interventions for physical activity behaviour in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease to the Theoretical Domains Framework: a systematic review and meta-analysisCiara HanrahanUniversity College CorkCOPDView
2.18Exploring Metal-Derived Therapeutics For Combating COPD ExacerbationsMegan O'ShaughnessyTrinity College DublinCOPDView
2.07A review of Azithromycin Prophylaxis; Appropriateness of Initial Prescription and Safety MonitoringDaphne MastersonICPCD, South TipperaryCOPDView
2.19Physical Activity, Exercise Capacity and Sedentary Behaviour in People with Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency: A Scoping ReviewOrlagh O'SheaRCSICOPDView
1.2Impact of Covid-19 on pulmonary fibrosis patients, carers and healthcare professionals and future advocacy priorities.N Cassidy L Fox L Brown L Galvin K O’ReillyIrish Lung Fibrosis AssociationCOVID-19View
2.08Steroid Prescribing Practices in Acute COPD Exacerbations– An Audit of a Level 3 Irish HospitalMary Mc NameeSt Vincent's University Hospital, Elm ParkCOPDView
2.21Effectiveness of COPD Support Ireland-delivered exercise classes in maintaining symptoms and functional status  Joan JohnstonCOPD Support IrelandCOPDView
1.02Inflammatory pathways in severe asthmaVincent BrennanRCSIAsthmaView
2.09A Micro-Costing Analysis of Lung Volume Reduction Surgery from a National Tertiary Referral CentreKathryn MulryanMater HospitalCOPDView
1.02The role of FENO in the diagnosis of asthmaHarisanjiv RajendramBon Secours Hospital, CorkAsthma & SleepView
2.11Can Pulmonary Rehabilitation (PR) Resolve Sarcopenia in patients with Chronic Lung Disease?Catherine SpeirsBallinasloe Chronic Disease HubCOPDView
2Protected: A Case of Cryptococcus Pericarditis in a Lung Transplant RecipientN Boyle, S Winward, I Lawrie, S Towell, J Egan, N Ronan, M Murray.The National Heart and Lung Transplant Centre, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin.View
2.12An Audit on Compliance with COPD Guidelines in Midlands Regional Hospital, TullamoreEleanor CroninMidlands Regional Hospital, TullamoreCOPDView
2.01Establishing Diurnal Variation of Inflammatory Markers in Genetic COPDLameese AlhaddahRCSICOPDView
2.13How pulmonary rehabilitation influences Frailty as measured using the Clinical Frailty Scale (CFS)Niamh DuignanHSE Galway city integrated care hubCOPDView
2.02Serum Eosinophils in Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Attending Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital (OLOL)Arsah AsisOur Lady of Lourdes Hospital, DroghedaCOPDView
2.14A new initiative: Progressive Resistance Training (PRT) in patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) in Pulmonary Rehabilitation (PR) exercise classRachel EganTallaght University HospitalCOPDView
2.03What effect does home-based management have on COPD patients’ hospital & readmission ratesRita CorcoranCHW Mayo, HSECOPDView
2.15Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Health-Related Quality of Life Data in Tracking Disease Severity and ProgressionMariam GhoneemRoyal College of Surgeons in IrealndCOPDView
2.04Carbon Emissions, Sedentary Travel Time and Mode of Transport to a Community-Based Multi-Site Pulmonary Rehab ProgramSinéad DelahuntySouth Tipperary Community Specialist Respiratory Team, Integrated Care Programme for Chronic Disease, HSECOPDView
2.16Don’t ignore the nonsense: Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency caused by null mutationsRonan HeeneyRCSICOPDView
2.05Pre and Post Pandemic Exercise Capacity and Symptom Burden in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary DiseaseElizabeth DunphySt Michael's Hospital, Dun LaoghaireCOPDView
2.17Implementation of Azithromycin Prophylaxis Guidance in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, DroghedaViji MathewOur Lady of Lourdes HospitalCOPDView
2.01Real world Experience of Single Use Flexible Bronchoscopy over Six Months in a Tertiary CentreAnne-Marie Sweeney Grace Kavanagh Patrick Coghlan Hammad Danish Fernando Gomez Barry Plant Michael Henry Marcus Peter KennedyDepartment of Respiratory Medicine, Cork University HospitalLung Cancer and BronchoscopyView
2.02Lung Cancer Detection During COVID-19 PandemicD. Halim S. Foley A. Asis CR. Cayabyab C. Higgins F. Colhoun D. Burnell RK. Morgan ME. O’BrienDepartment of Respiratory Medicine, Beaumont HospitalLung Cancer and BronchoscopyView
2.03Accuracy of Multidisciplinary Team Consensus for Lung Cancer Resection in the absence of pre-operative histology: A five-year experience.J Whooley R Weedle A White D Breen A SooUniversity Hospital GalwayLung Cancer and BronchoscopyView
2.05Dedicated Lung Nodule Services Reduces Need for Follow up ImagingWalsh S, Cogan G, Counihan I, Quinn A, Hassan TOur Lady Of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda, Co. LouthLung Cancer and BronchoscopyView
2.06An Audit of Endobronchial Ultrasound Services for Detection of Lung Cancer in University Hospital Galway 2020N Hyland, D Doyle, D BreenUniversity Hospital GalwayLung Cancer and BronchoscopyView
2.07Impact of Elexacaftor/Tezacaftor/Ivacaftor on airway inflammation and clinical outcomes in Patients with Cystic Fibrosis.M.Casey C.Gabillard-Lefort O.Kerr E.Marron AM.Lyons L.Cullen A.Murphy C.Gunaratnam EP.Reeves NG.McElvaney1 The Irish Centre of Genetic Lung Disease, Department of Medicine, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin, Ireland 2 Cystic Fibrosis Unit, Department of Respiratory Medicine, Beaumont Hospital, Dublin, IrelandCF and Pulmonary InfectionsView
2.08Pre-Activated Umbilical Cord Derived Mesenchymal Stromal Cells Enhance the Restoration of Local and Systemic Immune Homeostasis During Transitionary Phase Pulmonary SepsisD. Byrnes C. Masterson H. Gonzalez S. McCarthy D. O'Toole J. LaffeyNational University of Ireland, GalwayCF and Pulmonary InfectionsView
2.09Differential Gene Expression in the Immunometabolic Response of Human Macrophages in tuberculosis and HIV infection.K Brown M O'Sullivan S O'Leary J KeaneTTMI, St. James' HospitalCF and Pulmonary InfectionsView
2.1Primed Human Bone Marrow Mesenchymal Stromal Cells as a Therapeutic Strategy for Klebsiella PneumoniaCH Masterson D Byrnes H Gonzalez SD McCarthy DP O'Toole JG LaffeyNational University of Ireland, GalwayCF and Pulmonary InfectionsView
2.11PREDICTORS FOR CHOICE OF DIRECTLY OBSERVED THERAPY IN PATIENTS WITH TUBERCULOSIS IN THE SOUTH OF IRELANDA. McDonagh L. Walsh H. Ibrahim T. O'ConnorMercy University Hospital, Cork, Ireland. University College Cork, Ireland.CF and Pulmonary InfectionsView
2.12Dexamethasone Reduces Metabolic Function and Subsequent Activation of Human Macrophages to Mycobacterium tuberculosis.L Thong DJ Cox J KeaneTTMI, Trinity College DublinCF and Pulmonary InfectionsView
2.13Proteomic Analysis Of The Nanoparticle Biomolecular Corona Formed In The Plasma Of Lung Cancer Patients And Healthy ControlsI Marinescu ND Trinh MP Keane M Monopoli C McCarthyUCD and St Vincent's University Hospital, RCSILung Cancer and BronchoscopyView
2.14Bronchoscopy Training using ALFIETM (Airway Low-Fidelity including Endobronchial Ultrasound Bio-simulator) and Single Use Flexible BronchoscopyKF Deasy AM Sweeney BA O'Reilly MP KennedyDepartment of Respiratory Medicine, Cork University HospitalLung Cancer and BronchoscopyView
2.15Is High Dependancy Unit mandatory for all lung resectionsDaniyal Arshad, Tanya Chandwani, Nida Ara, Mr Nadeem Anjum, Mr Kishore DoddakulaCork University HospitalLung Cancer and BronchoscopyView
2.17Early-stage lung cancer presents incidentally. Is it time for a national lung cancer screening program?R. Keane G. Cogan I. CounihanRespiratory Department, Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda, Co. Louth, IrelandLung Cancer and BronchoscopyView
2.18Is Robotic Lobectomy Cheaper? A Micro – Cost AnalysisB Shanahan U Kreaden J Sorensen K RedmondRoyal College of Surgeons in IrelandLung Cancer and BronchoscopyView
2.1910-YEAR RETROSPECTIVE DATA ON NON-SMALL CELL LUNG CANCER (NSCLC): NO IMPROVEMENT IN EARLY DETECTIONSW. Tio A. O’Mahony P. Coghlan D. Curran TM. O’ConnorMercy University HospitalLung Cancer and BronchoscopyView
2.2A review of complications post CT guided lung biopsies in the Mid-Western Lung Cancer CentreMK Rana G Bennett B Okpaje S Shahsavari A Farrell P Hession A O’BrienUniversity Hospital LimerickLung Cancer and BronchoscopyView
2.21Audit of Satisfaction levels amongst patients who had thoracic surgery during the first surge of Covid 19M Kingston G Fitzmaurice A Gonzales R ShanahanSt James's HospitalCOVID 19View
2.22Meeting Quality Standards in Endobronchial UltrasoundN Smyth, M Kelly, C KingAltnagelvin HospitalLung Cancer and BronchoscopyView
2.23Single Use Flexible Bronchoscopy: An ex-vivo comparison of all commercially available scopesKF Deasy AM Sweeney EM O'Reilly MP KennedyDepartment of Respiratory Medicine, Cork University HospitalLung Cancer and BronchoscopyView
2.24ALFIE: Airway Low Fidelity Including Endobronchial Ultrasound Bio-simulatorAM Sweeney K Deasy B O'Reilly M KennedyCork University HospitalLung Cancer and BronchoscopyView
2.25Pre-Clinical Testing of Single Use Flexible Bronchoscopes: Clinician Preference based on Physical Characteristics and Level of ExperienceAM. Sweeney K. Deasy E. O'Reilly H. Ibrahim H. Danish T. O'Sullivan D. Landers M. KennedyCork University HospitalLung Cancer and BronchoscopyView
2.26Assessment of user satisfaction and experience of three commercially available Single Use Bronchoscopes in a clinical settingE. O’Reilly, A-M. Sweeney, K. Deasy, M.P. KennedyDepartment of Respiratory Medicine, Cork University Hospital, Wilton, CorkLung Cancer and BronchoscopyView
2.27Real -World Safety and tolerability of Elexacaftor/Tezacaftor/Ivacaftor in the treatment of Cystic Fibrosis: A single centre experience.Michelle Casey Claudie Gabillard-Lefort Orla Kerr Elaine Marron Anne-Marie Lyons Ciara Reddy Cedric Gunaratnam Noel G. McElvaney1. The Irish Centre of Genetic Lung Disease, Department of Medicine, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin, Ireland. 2. Department of Respiratory Medicine, Beaumont Hospital, Ireland.CF and Pulmonary InfectionsView
2.28Physical activity and sedentary behaviour in adults with Cystic Fibrosis – association with aerobic capacity, lung function, sleep, well-being, and quality of life: An observational studyM Curran A Tierney L Collins L Kennedy C McDonnell AJ Jurascheck A Sheikhi B Button B Casserly R CahalanUniversity of LimerickCF and Pulmonary InfectionsView