When to Stop Endoscopic Management and Go to the OR


Presented by Ninh Nguyen, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Endoscopic Management of Bariatric Complications

overview–19 sec
acute complications (GI bleeding)–38 sec
acute complications (hematemesis)–1:15
endoscopic tx for hematemesis–1:33
advantages for combined endoscopic/lap management for hematem

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