SAGES 2014

SAGES 2014 Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah

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SAGES 2014 Abstracts and Posters

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Mesenteric Defect Closure in Laparoscopic Roux en-Y Gastric Bypass: A Randomized Control Trial

Ulysses Rosas, BA, Shusmita Ahmed, MD, Natalia Leva, BA, Trit Garg, BA, Michael Russo, MD, John M Morton, MD, MPH. Stanford University School of Medicine. Introduction: Bowel obstruction caused by internal herniation is a potential complication following laparoscopic Roux-en-y Gastric Bypass (LRYGB). Previous studies have shown that closure of mesenteric defects after LRYGB may reduce… Continue Reading »

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 »

The selective use of laparoscopy-first approach for high-risk patients suffering perforated peptic ulcer is safe.

Anth Y Teoh, MD, Enders K Ng, MD, Philip W Chiu, MD, Simon K Wong, MD. Prince of Wales Hospita, Chinese University of Hong Kong. Background: Since the conclusion of a randomized trial, the laparoscopy-first approach (LFA) was adopted as a routine in our institution for managing patients suffering from PPU. The aim of the… Continue Reading »

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