SAGES/ASCRS: Colorectal Emergencies for the General Surgeon
Colorectal emergencies are a frequent consult for the on-call gastrointestinal surgeon. This session will cover a number of common, yet complex, colorectal emergencies and provide best practices for management. These talks are applicable for all surgeons who take general surgery or colorectal calls.
- Describe different colon and rectal clinical emergencies.
- Apply techniques to manage colon and rectal surgical emergencies.
- Evaluate new technologies and approaches to emergent colon and rectal operations.
|Perforated Diverticulitis: Is it Time to Bid Farewell to our Old Friends Laparoscopic Lavage and the Hartmann's Procedure?||10:00 am - 10:08 am|
|What Goes Up, Must Come Down: Rectal Foreign Bodies and Associated Trauma||10:08 am - 10:16 am|
|Plugging the Hole: Management of Colorectal Leaks||10:16 am - 10:24 am|
|Katerina Kimonis Wells
|Under Pressure: Abscesses and How to Drain Them||10:24 am - 10:32 am|
|Turning Off the Tap: Management of Lower GI Bleeds||10:32 am - 10:40 am|
||Panel Discussion||10:40 am - 11:00 am|