SAGES Webinar – PART 3: Endoscopic Management of Postbariatric Surgery Patients

 

Chair: Keith Gersin, MD
Faculty: Stacy Brethauer, MD; Timothy Kuwada, MD; Dimitrios Stefanidis, MD, and Ranjan Sudan, MD


Bariatric emergencies for the non-bariatric surgeon by Dr. Dimitrios Stefanidis–5:05
early post-op complications–6:11
anastomotic leak–8:53


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