Video Institution: University At Buffalo--Buffalo NY

Approaching the difficult gallbladder: Preoperative decision-making

Presented by Steven D Schwaitzberg at the PG Course: Preventing Bile Duct Injuries; Creating a Culture of Safety in Cholecystectomy at the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting on 3/17/2016 Keyword(s): ABD, abdomen, abdominal pain, ABX, AC, access, ACS, acute care surgery, acute cholecystitis, air, anatomy, antibiotics, aspiration, bile duct obstruction, biliary tree, cardiac heart failure, cardiac […]

Advances in Simulator Training

Presented by Steven D Schwaitzberg at the Panel: Hot Topics in Japan as Compared with the United States (joint panel with JSES) during the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting.

Hernia

Presented by Steven D Schwaitzberg at the PG Course: Introduction to the SAGES University Masters Program – Assuring Competency From the Get-Go during the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting.

Prospective Randomized Trial of NOTES® Cholecystectomy Versus Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED TRIAL OF NOTES® CHOLECYSTECTOMY VERSUS LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY Steven D Schwaitzberg, MD Michael L Kochman, MD disclosures–37 sec 1st NOSCAR white paper–44 sec http://www.noscar.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/NOTES_White_Paper_Feb06.pdf Human NOTES CCX–1:31 NOSCAR–1:51 NOVEL trial aims–2:12 NOVEL trial design–2:44 NOVEL trial fund raising–3:13 NOVEL trial protocol approval–4:14 NOVEL trial grants & contracts–4:33 NOVEL trial study administration–5:53 NOVEL trial criteria–6:09 […]

SAGES Magical Mystery Tour

SAGES 2014-2015 President, L. Michael Brunt, MD gives the Presidential Address at the SAGES 2015 Annual Meeting in Nashville, TN Points of interest: Dr. Brunt begins his lecture–4:40 Acknowledgements–8:15 1989 SAGES board–9:35 Train the Trainer courses–11:16 sentinel evenT in the life of SAGES–14:11 another sentinel Keyword(s): 10,000 hour rule, 6 step program, aberrant anatomy, abstract, […]

SAGES Resident Webinar: Optimizing Outcomes for Inguinal Hernia Repair

Matthew Goldblatt, MD – Course Moderator/Speaker Andrew Kastenmeier, MD – Faculty Speaker David Chen, MD – Faculty Speaker Brian Jacob, MD – Faculty Speaker Open inguinal hernia repair by Dr. Matthew Goldblatt–2:03 disclosures–2:54 inguinal hernia overview–3:03 indications for hernia repair–4:49 citation–7:01 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16 Keyword(s): 10 lb lifting restriction, 10 mm camera, 10 mm trocar, 12th rib, […]

Presidential Address: You Must Be the Change You Wish to See in the World

Steven Schwaitzberg, MD, Associate Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School and Adjunct Associate Professor of Engineering, Tufts University, Chief of Surgery, Cambridge Health Alliance. Keyword(s): ABS, ACS, AHS, AORN, APSF, ASCRS, ASGE, ASMBS, BSC management, collaboration, colon cx, competency, digital age, endoscopy, esophageal cx, Facebook, fellowships, FES, FLS, FUSE, general surgery, grand rounds, hernia task […]

SAGES Pearls Session: Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair Introduction – Daniel Jones

Daniel Jones, M.D.; Discussion Keyword(s): absorbable tacks, ABX, ART, balloon, chronic pain, coated mesh, congenital hernia, fibrin glue fixation, fibrin sealant, Foley, GA, gangrenous bowel obstruction, Heparin, ileoinguinal nerve, internal hernias, keyhole, laparoscopy, LAR, LIHR, local anesthesia, looped PDS, LW mesh, neuroma, Neurontin, overlay, Physio mesh, polyester mesh, polypropyelene, prostatectomy, PTFE, re-do, re-op, robotic, scrotal […]

How do Videoscopes, Fiberscopes and Laparoscopes work?

Surgeon in the Digital Age Understanding Your Video System light source–2:36 light cable–4:35 fiber optic light cable–6:44 laparoscopes–8:20 three chip camera–11:57 creation of the video CCD–12:52 monitors–16:53 resolution–18:27 imaging chain–21:14 videoscopes–22:45 flexible endoscopes–24:49 image processor–26:05 summary–26:52 Keyword(s): 0 degree lens, 30 degree lens, adapter, auto focus, brightness, broadcast, bulb hours, camera, camera head, CCD, channel, […]