Video Institution: Tufts University School Of Medicine--Boston MA

Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery tasks and curriculum

Presented by Dmitry Nepomnayshy at the Panel: Using Simulation to Improve Quality and Safety in Surgical Care (joint panel with ASE) during the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting.

Complications after ERCP

Presented by David J Desilets at the Panel: Uh oh! What do I do? Management of Endoscopic Misadventures during the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting.

Optimizing patient and procedure selection – Is sleeve gastrectomy appropriate for a patient with GERD?

Presented by Sajani Shah at the Panel: What Every Surgeon Should Know about Reflux in the Bariatric Patient during the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting.

Enucleation of Bladder Wall Leiomyoma via Single Incision Pediatric Endoscopic Surgery SIPES with Gl

ENUCLEATION OF BLADDER WALL LEIOMYOMA VIA SINGLE INCISION PEDIATRIC ENDOSCOPIC SURGERY SIPES WITH GLOVE ACCESS PORT MARIA MORA, MD KATITLYN WONG, MD, PHD, MPH, DAVID TASHIJAN, MD, KEVIN MORIARTY, MD MICHAEL TIRABASSI, MD procedural video–2:00 IPEG–4:32 http://www.ipeg.org/meeting/ Keyword(s): bladder wall, enucleation, glove access port, IPEG, leiomyoma, SIPES, wound protector

The “C-stat” Program – Best Response to OR Emergencies

Presented by David Earle, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – FUSE, Fire and Fiasco – OR Safety 101 disclosures–1:00 sentinel events with citation–1:36 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18155575 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?ter Keyword(s): #10 blade, 3M, Accreditation committee, ACS, advisory board, anesthesia deparment, anesthesiologists, anesthesiology, AORN meeting, Atrium Medical, Bard/Davol, best response, bleeding, blood tube, childrens hospital, circulate, code blue, […]

Technical Modifications/Endpoints of Dissection

Presented by David Earle, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Per Oral Endoscopic Myotomy (POEM) where do we begin?–40 sec anterior or posterior?–2:10 where do we end?–3:43 video clip–4:34 technical modifications–6:46 options for creating submucosal tunnel–7:54 Keyword(s): absorbable, achalasia, actual measurement, animal, anterior, aorta, aortic arch, balloon dissector, bleeding, blue dye, Botox, bx […]

Customizing hernia repair – choosing the best technique and prosthetic for each patient – Ventral He

Presented by David Bryan Earle, MD, FACS at the SAGES 2013 Annual Meeting: Optimizing Outcomes of Ventral & Inguinal Hernia Repairs Postgraduate Course disclosures–1:05 algorithm to fix any hernia–1:10 clinical details–4:33 hernia details–7:35 choose a technique–9:33 when to use mesh for primary hernia–10:37 prosthetic choice–13:21 Keyword(s): ABD, algorithm, anesthesia record, architecture design, asymptomatic inguinal hernia, […]

The Future of Rectal Cancer Surgery Based on Clinical Trials

Thomas Read, MD – SAGES/ASCRS Current Controversies during Colorectal Surgery disclosures–31 sec goals of tx–34 sec variables affecting outcome–47 sec tx planning–1:42 acceptance of foreign data in the U.S.–1:57 German rectal cx trial–2:20 short course vs chemoradi Keyword(s): A La CaRT, ACOSOG, anterior dissection, APR, chemoradiotherapy, CLASICC trial, clinical trials, coloanal anastomosis, CR cx, CRT, […]

Tribute to Felicien Steichen

Dr. Felicien M. Steichen died in June, 2011. He was a globally acclaimed pioneer in the use of suturing devices in minimally invasive surgery. Keyword(s): laparoscopy fellowship, MIS, surgical stapling

SAGES Poster Rounds: P006 SURGICAL RESIDENT LEARNING CURVE

Presented by Nathan E Conway, MD disclosures–20 sec study design–57 sec results–1:19 Keyword(s): FLS, learning curve, SILS port, simulation training, surgical resident

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