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A Cost-Effective, Easily Reproducible Endoscopic Training Model

Yuhsin V Wu, MD, Steve J Schomisch, Phd, Cassandra N Cipriano, Jeffrey L Ponsky, MD, Jeffrey M Marks, MD University Hospitals Case Medical Center Introduction: The future of surgery is constantly evolving. With advancements in endoscopic techniques and equipment, more surgical procedures are becoming purely endoscopic or hybrid. In addition, the Society of American Gastrointestinal… Continue Reading »

Fls Tasks Can Be Used to Identify Ergonomic Differences Between Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery

Ahmed M Zihni, MD, MPH, Ikechukwu Ohu, MS, Jaime A Cavallo, MD, MPHS, Jenny Ousley, BS, Sohyung Cho, PhD, Michael M Awad, MD, PhD Department of Surgery, Section of Minimally Invasive Surgery, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri; Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville; Edwardsville, IL INTRODUCTION: It has… Continue Reading »

Minimizing the leakage after sleeve gastrectomy

Mohamed Bekheit, MSc, MSc, MRCS, MCPS, Khaled Katri, Professor, Wael N Abdelsalam, Professor, El Saed El Kayal, Professor Department of Surgery, Alexandria main University Hospital BackgroundLeakage after bariatric surgery is a troublesome complication that could have fatal outcome if an early management is not pursued. The leak rate varies from a procedure to another. Sleeve… Continue Reading »

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