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Page: Welcome to SAGES: Daniel B. Jones, MD

Welcome! If you join just one more surgical organization in your life, make it SAGES! What is it about SAGES that is unique? Where science and emerging technology advance the practice of Surgery. Where educators teach using simulation, remote teleproctoring and immersive head mounter displays. The home for innovators and early adopters. SAGES is where […]

Video: SAGES Webinar: Bariatric Devices

Chair: Aurora Pryor, MD Moderator: Salvatore Docimo, MD Faculty: Welcome and Overview: Salvatore Docimo, MD Intragastric Balloons Caitlin Halbert, DO–2:28 Stoma Reduction Dean Mikami, MD–25:36 ValenTx Santiago Horgan, MD–49:38 Emerging Devices Erik Wilson, MD–1:05:00 Standards for new endoscopic devices–6:04 IGBs–6:40 Types of IGBs–7:09 Balloon comparison–7:25 Who is it for?–10:39 Placement–11:35 Does it work?–15:27 SOARD 2015 […]

Page: iLap RSVP

Dear SAGES Faculty: You are invited to participate in the launch of the Global Affairs iLap Program in collaboration with the Asociacion Mexicana de Cirugia General (ACMG). This first course will be held in Guadalajara, Mexico, at the Hospital Civil de Guadalajara. Per our committee meeting in April, we do apologize for the short notification […]

Video: SAGES Webinar: Work-up and Treatment of Achalasia (February 2017)

Webinar Chair: Chair: Arghavan Salles, MD Welcome and Overview | Arghavan Salles, MD Work-up of Achalasia | Arghavan Salles, MD Manometry and non-operative Management Options | Prakash Gyawali, MD Heller Myotomy | William Richards, MD POEM |Eric Pauli MD Achalasia diagnosis & work-up by Arghavan Salles–2:33 Pt presentation–2:56 Differential dx–3:40 Achalasia definition–5:57 Nat Rev Gastroenterol […]

Endorsed Course: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

Page: SAGES Masters Program Facebook Collaboratives

Join the SAGES Masters Program Collaboratives now on Facebook™. A dedicated Facebook group for each Masters Program Pathway: Acute Care, Bariatric, Biliary, Colon, Flex Endo, Foregut, Hernia and Robotics. Collaborate, share, discuss, post photos and videos, give and get feedback. Open to SAGES Members and all other practicing physicians around the world. To join: If […]

Post: High School Students Try on Their Surgical Gloves at SAGES Mini Medical School

Boot Camp and Interactive Experience Sparks Interest Among Students Wanting to Join the Future Ranks of Minimally Invasive Surgery What: The Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) Mini Medical School Boot Camp and Interactive Experience where 100 high school students from the Houston area will learn about the field of surgery through lecture and […]

Event: ASCRS Annual Scientific Meeting

Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons.

Guideline: Clinical Spotlight Review: Endoluminal Treatments for Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)

The following clinical spotlight review regarding the endoluminal treatment of gastroesophageal reflux disease is intended for physicians who manage and treat GERD. It is meant to critically review these techniques and the available evidence supporting their safety and efficacy. Based on the level of evidence, recommendations may or may not be given for their use in clinical practice.

Post: The Surgery of Tomorrow is Here Today

Social Media, Virtual Reality, Telementoring and the Changing the Face Surgery At the SAGES 2017 Meeting, March 22nd– 25th in Houston, TX The Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) continues to strive to improve quality patient care in minimally invasive surgery (MIS). The Society’s annual meeting this March will highlight how social media, […]