Source: 2016 Annual Meeting

Novel magnetic technology for sleeve gastrectomy: First human experience

Presented by Marcos Berry at the ET: Emerging Technology Session at the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting on 3/18/2016 Keyword(s): abdominal wall, BMI, comorbidities, dissection, EGJ, emerging technology, endoluminal, esophagogastric junction, exposure, FDA, gallbladder, GB, laparoscopy, learning curve, Levita Magnetics, magnetic technology, magnets, peritoneum, reduced port sleeve gastrectomy, reduced port surgery, retraction, retractor, RPS, SG, short […]

A novel endoscopic treatment for resolving type 2 diabetes mellitus

Presented by Yoav Mintz at the ET: Emerging Technology Session at the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting on 3/18/2016 Keyword(s): 2-stage, balloon, bariatric surgery, compression anastomosis, duodenum, EasyNOTES, Endobarrier, endoscopic bypass, endoscopic treatment, endoscopic tx, gastric bypass, ischemia, jejunum, magnet, MO, morbidity, morbidly obese, necrosis, pylorus, small bowel, stomach, T2DM, type II diabetes mellitus, valenTx

Magnamosis: First-in-human application

Presented by Claire E Graves at the ET: Emerging Technology Session at the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting on 3/18/2016 Keyword(s): abdominal xray, angiocath, burst pressure, cecum, compression anastomosis, duodenal ileal bypass, electrocautery, enterotomy, gastrojejunostomy, GIA stapler, GJ, hand-sewn anastomosis, ileocecal valve, laparotomy, magnamosis, neurogenic bladder, rectum, stapled anastomosis

The robot is too expensive to use as a training tool: Disagree

Presented by Dmitry Oleynikov at the Debate: Robotic Debates – Residents, Robots or Both? at the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting on 3/18/2016

Economics: The robot is too expensive to use as a training tool

Presented by Bruce D Schirmer at the Debate: Robotic Debates – Residents, Robots or Both? at the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting on 3/18/2016

Robotic training is similar to laparoscopic training

Presented by Alfons Pomp at the Debate: Robotic Debates – Residents, Robots or Both? at the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting on 3/18/2016

Robotic surgery is so different from laparoscopic surgery that it must be a separate component of resident education

Presented by Mark A Talamini at the Debate: Robotic Debates – Residents, Robots or Both? at the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting on 3/18/2016

Robotics surgery is NOT a necessary tool of the general surgeon

Presented by Byron F Santos at the Debate: Robotic Debates – Residents, Robots or Both? at the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting on 3/18/2016

Robotics is a necessary tool of the general surgeon

Presented by Steven D Schwaitzberg at the Debate: Robotic Debates – Residents, Robots or Both? at the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting on 3/18/2016

Safe cholecystectomy: Approach to the atypical patient

Presented by Fernando Santos 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 wall, abscess, access, acute cholecystitis, adhesiolysis, adhesions, balloon catheter, bariatric, biliary colic, biliary fistula, biliary reconstruction, biliary tree, bleeding, blunt dissection, BMI, bowel injury, […]