Video Institution: Weill Cornell Medical College--New York NY

Robotic assisted hernia repair will stop when the money runs out

Presented by Gregory F Dakin at the Debate: Robotically Assisted Hernia Repair at the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting on 3/17/2016 Keyword(s): ACOG, American College of Gynecology, cardiac surgery, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, CMS, colorectal surgery, component separation, contribution margin module, conversion, cost, cost effectiveness, credentialing, CRS, defect closure, dexterity, education, ergonomics, faculty, flap, […]

V014 Combined Endoscopic Laparoscopic Surgery (CELS) for Large Right Colon Polyps

V014 COMBINED ENDOSCOPIC LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY (CELS) FOR LARGE RIGHT COLON POLYPS Paul R O’Mahoney, MD Tushar Samdani, MD, Sang W Lee, MD, Jeffrey W Milsom, MD; Weill Cornell Medical College-NewYork Presbyterian Hospital overview–5 sec equipment–26 sec Keyword(s): CELS, colon polyps

V014 Combined Endoscopic Laparoscopic Surgery (cels) for Large Right Colon Polyps

V014 COMBINED ENDOSCOPIC LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY (CELS) FOR LARGE RIGHT COLON POLYPS Paul R O’Mahoney, MD Tushar Samdani, MD, Sang W Lee, MD, Jeffrey W Milsom, MD; Weill Cornell Medical College-NewYork Presbyterian Hospital overview–6 sec CELS equipment–26 sec pt positioning–49 sec enhancing polyp retrieval–1:30 procedural video–1:35 results–4:46 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=23739193 summary–5:05 conclusion–5:40 Keyword(s): argon beam coagulator, CELS, CO2 […]

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, […]

VR in Fundamentals of Endoscopic Surgery

Presented by Brian Dunkin, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Emerging Frontiers in Simulation-Based Surgical Education overview–30 sec history of FES–2:09 deconstruct flexible endoscopy–5:05 VR simulator–5:54 elements re-created in VR–7:30 metrics–7:50 testing–8:42 demographics with citation–9:10 http:/ Keyword(s): a priori, AASLD, ABS, ABS flexible endoscopy curriculum for general surgery residents, ACG, AGA, ASCRS, ASGE, […]

The Promotion & Tenure Process

Presented by Mark Callery, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Career Development Symposium How do you advance?–1:12 Why is getting promoted important?–1:59 setting the stage–4:23 essential things to understand–5:36 institutional culture & mission–5:58 ranks, tracks & titles–7:02 Keyword(s): academia, academic community, academic freedom, academic medical center, academic worth, achievements, adminstration, advance, alignment, ambitious, […]

You should convert early cost outcomes and legal implications

Presented by Alfons Pomp, MD at the SAGES 2014 Annual Meeting; Panel: Why Haven’t Conversion Rates Improved disclosures–20 sec general surgery conversions–55 sec citation–2:40 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=21938579 comments on access & conversion–5:43 myths about bariatric surgeons–6 Keyword(s): 5mm trocar, ABD, access, ACS surgery principles & practice, acute cholecystitis, ancillary equipment, Archives of Surgery, bariatric surgeon, bariatric surgery, […]