SAGES 2011


March 30 – April 2, 2011
San Antonio Convention Center, San Antonio, TX

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SAGES 2011 Abstracts and Posters

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Simulation Education: for TAPP and TEP Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair

Y Kurashima, MD PhD, P A Kaneva, MSc, L S Feldman, MD, G M Fried, MD, M C Vassiliou, MD MEd. Steinberg-Bernstein Centre for Minimally Invasive Surgery McGill University Laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair (LIHR) has been shown to be advantageous for bilateral or recurrent hernias, however, it has not gained widespread acceptance. One of the… Continue Reading »

A Randomized Comparison of Laparoscopic, Magnetically Anchored, and Flexible Endoscopic Cameras On Ex-Vivo and In-Vivo Performance and Workload for Laparoscopic and Single Incision Surgery

Nabeel A Arain, MD MBA, Erin M Webb, BS, Jeffrey Cadeddu, MD, Sara Best, MD, Richard Bergs, MS, Deborah Hogg, BS, Raul Fernandez, PhD, Thomas Roshek, MD, Victoria Chang, BBA, Daniel J Scott, MD. University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Southwestern Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery, Dallas, Texas Introduction: The purpose of this study was… Continue Reading »

Reducing the Impact of Distraction On Robot-Assisted Surgical Skills Using Intermediate Feedback

Irene H Suh, MS, Chun-Kai Huang, MS, Chad A LaGrange, MD, Dmitry Oleynikov, MD, Ka-Chun Siu, PhD. University of Nebraska Medical Center Introduction: Distractions in the operating room not only can negatively affect the surgeon's performance, but are also important contributing factors to surgical errors. In order to reduce the impact of distraction, feedback could… Continue Reading »

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