Digestive

In Module Two, we approach the “Digestive System” in 4 parts: the esophagus, stomach, small bowel, and colon. An additional chapter will focus on bariatrics. For each, we discuss the unique anatomy, pathology, surgical and endoscopic knowledge and the complications involved. We will cover diagnostic EGD, surveillance and treatment of Barrett’s esophagus (including advanced imaging techniques) and therapeutic basics such as biopsy, tissue resection and ablation – for esophagus and stomach as well. From there we address enteral access and the unique diagnostic and therapeutic issues in the colon and rectum...

Deadline: 
Fri, 26/07/2019 - 20:00
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Gerd - Hiatal hernia
2
Esophageal motility disorders
3
Neoplams
4
Bariatric
5
Colon

Presentation

In Module Two, we approach the “Digestive System” in 4 parts: the esophagus, stomach, small bowel, and colon. An additional chapter will focus on bariatrics. For each, we discuss the unique anatomy, pathology, surgical and endoscopic knowledge and the complications involved. We will cover diagnostic EGD, surveillance and treatment of Barrett’s esophagus (including advanced imaging techniques) and therapeutic basics such as biopsy, tissue resection and ablation – for esophagus and stomach as well. From there we address enteral access and the unique diagnostic and therapeutic issues in the colon and rectum. Special interests and focus also include advanced therapeutic endoscopy, comprehensive open and laparoscopic surgical care for complex laparoscopic foregut surgery, inflammatory bowel disease surgical care, colorectal and anorectal surgery, surgical care for gastrointestinal malignancies using evidence-based practice guidelines.

We will then revisit the stomach in regard to bariatrics, first discussing endoscopic management of failures and complications after primary surgery. Finally we cover the rapidly evolving area of primary endoscopic bariatric and metabolic procedures.

36 lessons
18 speakers
16:45 hours
15 followers
Objectives students manipulating an endoscope

Objectives

  • Safely and effective access the upper and lower GI tract with a variety of endoscopes.
  • Recognize and manage abnormal findings of the GI tract, with an understanding of the pertinent anatomy, pathology and imaging.
  • Recognize and understand how to evaluate post-surgical anatomy of the GI tract, with an understanding normal versus abnormal postoperative findings.
  • Recognize and treat surgical and endoscopic complications in the digestive tract.
  • Be able to perform basic upper and lower GI diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, including:
    • Tissue biopsy
    • Ablation
    • Hemostasis
    • Dilation of stenoses
    • Endoscopic enteral access
    • Placement of stents for palliation of management of complications
  • Understand the advanced endoscopic techniques for treatment of GERD, Barrett’s esophagus, achalasia and obesity.

Gerd - Hiatal hernia

Upper gastrointestinal endoscopy and gastro-esophageal reflux disease

Upper Gastro-intestinal endoscopy is key in the diagnosis and classification of gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GERD). In the near future endoscopy may play an important therapeutic role with several endoscopic antireflux techniques that have been developed.

28 min
Bernard Dallemagne

Laparoscopic Antireflux Surgery for GERD

Surgical treatment of gastroesophageal reflux disease was described 50 years ago. Laparoscopic anti-reflux procedures were introduced 20 years ago.

35 min
Bernard Dallemagne

Complications and failures of antireflux and hiatal hernia repair: morphologic features and management

Complications or failures of surgery for GERD and / or hiatal hernia are reported in 1-30% of patients, and will lead to re-operation in 4-13% of cases.

29 min
Bernard Dallemagne

Laparoscopic paraesophageal hernia repair: current techniques and controversies

The last 2 decades have witnessed a revolution in the treatment of patients with paraesophageal hernia.

40 min
Silvana Perretta

Ablative and Resective therapies for Barrett esophagus

Barrett's esophagus (BE), a condition of intestinal metaplasia of the esophagus, develops as a consequence of chronic gastroesophageal reflux disease and is associated with an increased risk of esophageal adenocarcinoma.

15 min
Brian Dunkin

Endoscopic resection in the esophagus (EMR, ESD)

This presentation covers endoscopic resection techniques of Barrett’s esophagus and presents the Vienna classification of gastrointestinal epithelial neoplasia.

A detailed summary of the lecture is available for download.

12 min
Juergen Hochberger

Esophageal motility disorders

Neoplams

Bariatric

Morbid obesity procedures

This presentation is an introduction to endoscopy for patients who are candidates for obesity surgery or requiring endoscopy after obesity surgery. Different surgical techniques currently used are presented.

Each procedure is explained and the interest of the endoscopy mentioned.

15 min
Michel Vix

Acute complications of bariatric procedures

Morbid obesity is a major and growing public health problem around the world.

26 min
Allan Okrainec

Chronic complications of bariatric procedures

Morbid obesity is a major and growing public health problem around the world.

25 min
Allan Okrainec

Endoscopic treatment to CBD stones after gastric bypassbariatric surgery

Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RYGB) remains the most commonly performed surgical laparoscopic procedure worldwide to treat morbid obesity. The incidence of biliary stones formation after bariatric surgery is higher than in the overall population due to the rapid weight loss.

9 min
Gianfranco Donatelli

Bariatric endoscopy: anatomy

Although medical therapy is an effective intervention, weight loss surgery has been associated with the greatest reduction in obesity-related complications.

25 min
Manoel Galvao Neto

Bariatric endoscopy and Gastric Band

Although medical therapy is an effective intervention, weight loss surgery has been associated with the greatest reduction in obesity-related complications.

24 min
Manuel Galvao Neto

Bariatric endoscopy: Roux-and-Y Gastric Bypass

Although medical therapy is an effective intervention, weight loss surgery has been associated with the greatest reduction in obesity-related complications.

51 min
Manoel Galvao Neto

Bariatric endoscopy: Sleeve gastrectomy

Although medical therapy is an effective intervention, weight loss surgery has been associated with the greatest reduction in obesity-related complications.

64 min
Manoel Galvao Neto

Bariatric endoscopy and Sleeve gastrectomy: Leaks and fistula

Although medical therapy is an effective intervention, weight loss surgery has been associated with the greatest reduction in obesity-related complications.

35 min
Manuel Galvao Neto

Endoscopic procedures for bariatric and metabolic patients: DMR

Experimental evidence demonstrates that intestinal bypass surgery has direct effects on glucose metabolism, highlighting the importance of the small intestine, particularly the duodenum, in the physiology and pathophysiology of glucose homeostasis .

18 min
Manoel Galvao Neto

BONUS - What level of evidence does the intragastric balloon have that can be used on clinical practice?

No intro, no quiz.

30 min
Manoel Galvao Neto

Colon