Preventing Anastomotic Complications: Early Results of Laparoscopic Gastric Devascularization Two Weeks Before Minimally Invasive Esophagectomy
Presented by David S Strosberg at the SS09: Foregut 1 Session during the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting.
Presented by Christopher C Thompson at the Panel: Uh oh! What do I do? Management of Endoscopic Misadventures during the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting.
Presented by Kyle A Perry at the Panel: MIS in Acute Care Surgery during the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting.
Faculty includes: Brent Matthews, MD (Chair); Andrew Kastenmeier, MD; Kyle Perry, MD; and Richard Pierce, MD Anatomic & Physiologic Evaluation of the GERD pt by Dr. Brent D Matthews–3:35 disclosures–3:39 SAGES guidelines for surgical tx of GERD–3:46 https://www.sages.org/publications/guidelines/guide Keyword(s): 0 Ethibond, 2-0 Ethibond, 24-hr acid exposure, 24-hr pH testing, 30 degree laparoscope, 45 degree laparoscope, […]
Presented by Kyle A Perry, MD background–43 sec hypothesis–1:47 study endpoints–3:18 results–3:55 conclusion–5:54 future directions–6:46 Q&A session–7:44 Keyword(s): anastomotic leak, anastomotic stricture, esophageal cx, esophagectomy, gastric ischemic conditioning, GE anastomotic healing, neovascularization, SAGES grant