2015 PG Course: Endolumenal Management of Complications (n=141)

54.2% (n=32) of attendees of the Endolumenal Management of Complications PG Course reported management of complications of bariatric surgery with endolumenal techniques over prior 3 months of practice, and another 33.9% (n=20) reported only 1-3 cases. Average comfort level was 3.3/5 for management of complications of bariatric surgery with endolumenal techniques among attendees of the Endolumenal Management of Complications PG Course at 2015 post-meeting analysis.

71.2% (n=42) of attendees of the Endolumenal Management of Complications PG Course reported management of complications of surgeries for achalasia or GERD with endolumenal techniques over prior 3 months of practice, and another 23.7% (n=14) reported only 1-3 cases. Average comfort level was 2.9/5 for management of complications of surgeries for achalasia or GERD with endolumenal techniques among attendees of the Endolumenal Management of Complications PG Course at 2015 post-meeting analysis.

76.3% (n=45) of attendees of the Endolumenal Management of Complications PG Course reported managing complications of surgeries for biliary or pancreatic disease with endolumenal techniques over prior 3 months of practice, and another 16.9% (n=10) reported only 1-3 cases. Average comfort level was 2.5/5 for managing complications of surgeries for biliary or pancreatic disease with endolumenal techniques over prior 3 months of practice among attendees of the Endolumenal Management of Complications PG Course at 2015 post-meeting analysis.

74.6% (n=44) of attendees of the Endolumenal Management of Complications PG Course reported managing strictures, fistulas or leaks of the colon or rectum with endolumenal techniques over prior 3 months of practice, and another 20.3% (n=12) reported only 1-3 cases. Average comfort level was 2.7/5 for managing strictures, fistulas or leaks of the colon or rectum with endolumenal techniques among attendees of the Endolumenal Management of Complications PG Course at 2015 post-meeting analysis.

77.6% (n=45) of attendees of the Endolumenal Management of Complications PG Course reported managing complications of pancreatitis with endolumenal techniques over prior 3 months of practice, and another 22.4% (n=13) reported only 1-3 cases. Average comfort level was 2.3/5 for managing complications of pancreatitis with endolumenal techniques among attendees of the Endolumenal Management of Complications PG Course at 2015 post-meeting analysis.

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