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SAGES 2014 Abstracts Archive

20-years Later: Laparoscopic Fundoplication Durability

Benjamin J Robinson, Christy M Dunst, MD, Kevin M Reavis, MD, Ahmed Sharata, MD, Lee L Swanstrom, MD. Gastrointestinal and Minimally Invasive Surgery Division, The Oregon Clinic. Introduction: The objective of this study is to present long-term 20-year outcomes after laparoscopic fundoplication. In the early 1990’s, this advanced surgery for gastrointestinal reflux disease (GERD) started… Continue Reading »

200 “Solo” Laparoscopic Fundoplications with AESOP Robotic Arm

Sergio Rojas-Ortega, MD, Emina Pasic, MD, Rachid Cesin, MD, Luis Miguel Campos, PE, Cris Gomez. Hospital Angeles / Puebla.   INTRODUCTION: From 2003 to 2013 we had performed 200 laparoscopic fundoplications with the AESOP ROBOTIC ARM as the treatment for gastro esophageal reflux disease. We found that the surgery could be performed safely with only… Continue Reading »

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Posters
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Foregut

21st Century Weight Loss: Banding Versus Bypass

Stephen W Davies, MD, MPH, Christopher A Guidry, MD, MSc, Rachel I Penn, BA, Robert G Sawyer, MD, Bruce D Schirmer, MD, Peter T Hallowell, MD. University of Virginia School of Medicine.   Introduction: The two most commonly performed procedures for bariatric surgery include Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RYGB) and adjustable gastric banding (AGB). While many… Continue Reading »

24-hour multichannel intraluminal impedance-pH monitoring may be an inadequate test for detecting gastroesophageal reflux in patients with mixed typical and atypical symptoms

Michelle S Han, MD, Michal J Lada, MD, Dylan R Nieman, MD, PhD, Andreas Tschoner, MD, Christian G Peyre, MD, Carolyn E Jones, MD, Thomas J Watson, MD, Jeffrey H Peters, MD. University of Rochester, Department of Surgery. INTRODUCTION: The detection of gastroesophageal reflux (GER) via ambulatory pH testing is a key component of the… Continue Reading »

3D Vision Systems and Our Surgical Performance; Superior Performance Or Unwarranted Discomfort? A Cross-over Study

Walid Elbakbak, MBBCh, MSc, Amina Bouhelal, MBBCh, MSc, Badriya Alariami, MRCS, Bijendra Patel, FRCS. Barts Cancer Institues, Queen Mary University of London.  Introduction: Our aims is to objectively assess the adverse effects of the two display systems 2D and 3D and their impact on surgical trainee’s laparoscopic performance. Methods: 24 novices with no medical or… Continue Reading »

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Posters
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Education

4-channel single incision laparoscopic cholecystectomy using a snake retractor

In Seok Choi, PhD, Naksong Sung, MD, Wonjun Choi, MD, Ju Ik Moon, MD, Daesung Yoon, MD, Yumi Ra, MD. Department of Surgery, Konyang University Hospital, Daejeon, Korea. Introduction: Single incision laparoscopic cholecystectomy (SILC) is rapidly popular. Common technique in SILC is a 3-channel method. However, there is a certain limitation for exposure of Calot’s… Continue Reading »

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Posters
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HPB

A Case of Laparoscopic Colectomy for Intestinal Necrosis After TAE to Lower Gastrointestinal Bleeding

Takuya Yamaguchi, MD. Mimihara General Hospital.  A 65-year-old man visited our hospital for melena. Enhanced computed tomography(CT )could not reveal the bleeding site at emergency room. He admitted our hospital on the day. Over night,he bleeds several times. On the next day, Enhanced CT revealed extravasation of contrast medium at around hepatic flexure of the… Continue Reading »

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Posters
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Colorectal

A clear vision of the future through a disruptive innovation

James Ansell, MD, Neil Warren, Dr, Pete Wall, Dr, Kim Cocks, Dr, Stuart Goddard, Dr, Michael Stechman, Mr, David Scott-Coombes, Mr, Jared Torkington, Mr. Welsh Institute for Minimal Access Therapy, Cardiff, UK. University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, UK.. Objective of the technology or device Surgical smoke obscures the operative view and chronic inhalation may have… Continue Reading »

A comparative trial of LINX versus Lap Nissen: caveats for patient selection

Eric G Sheu, MD, DPhil, Peter Nau, MD, Barbara Nath, MD, Braden Kuo, MD, David W Rattner, MD. Massachusetts General Hospital. Background: The LINX procedure, magnetic sphincter augmentation (MSA), is a promising new therapy for the treatment of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). While initial clinical trials have shown MSA to be safe and effective, MSA… Continue Reading »

A Comparison of Operative Time Outcomes in Laparoscopic and Open Procedures

Sara L Zettervall, MD, Richard Amdur, PhD, Khashayar Vaziri, MD, FACS. Department of Surgery, George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Washington, DC. INTRODUCTION: Prolonged operative time is often considered a drawback to laparoscopic surgery due to concerns for increased morbidity. There is limited data on the specific operative time (ORT) when the… Continue Reading »

A Comparison of Robotic Single Incision and Traditional Single Incision Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

Tariq Lescouflair, MD, Monica Gustafson, MD, Ibrahim Daoud, MD, FACS. Department of Minimally Invasive Surgery, St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center; Hartford, CT. Introduction: Once laparoscopy proved to be a safe and reliable method of performing many abdominal surgical procedures, surgeons have continued to advanced technology and develop less invasive methods for performing common surgical… Continue Reading »

A comparison of short-term surgical outcomes of minimally invasive colectomy for colon cancer: Reduced-port laparoscopic surgery versus multi-port and single-port laparoscopic surgery

Jin Yong Shin, PhD, Hyeon Yu, MD. Department of Surgery, Haeundae Paik Hospital, College of Medicine, Inje University, Busan, Korea. Currently, laparoscopic colectomy for colon cancer is performed with reducing the number of ports by experienced laparoscopic surgeons. However, single-port laparoscopic colectomy (SPLC) for colon cancer is a challenging procedure because of technical difficulties such… Continue Reading »

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Posters
Topic:
Colorectal

A Comprehensive Process for Disclosing and Managing Conflicts of Interest Reduced Perceived Bias At the SAGES Annual Meeting

Steven C Stain, MD, Erin Schwarz, Phillip Shadduck, MD, Paresh Shah, MD, Sharona B Ross, MD, Patricia Sylla, MD, Yumi Hori, C D Smith, MD. Albany Medical College, Albany, NY; BSC Management, Los Angeles CA; Duke Regional Hospital, Durham NC; New York University, NY NY; Florida Hospital Tampa, Tampa FL, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston MA,… Continue Reading »

A Diary of a Laparoscopic Surgeon in Africa

Mohamed Seleem, dr. Cairo university. BACKGROUND: EGYPT feels the importance of giving support and building partnership with Nile basin Countries in their development path especially the medical field ACTIVITIES: the author was a team member 10 health convoys6 surgeons of different specialties - These convoys went to Nile Basin Countries All the convoys were on… Continue Reading »

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Posters
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Humanitarian

A Direct Measure of Copper Absorption in Healthy Volunteers

Paul Tasker, FRCS, Joan Braganza, DSc, FRCP, Harbans Sharma, MSc, PhD, DSc. Manchester Royal Infirmary. Objective: Studies in rodents and in man enhanced by copper deficiency both demonstrated a major controlling influence on copper absorption from copper status induced by dietary control. A computer-assisted deconvolution method was used to study 64Cu absorption in healthy volunteers on… Continue Reading »