April 19th Afternoon

 

Foregut Scientific Session

1:30pm - 3:30pm

Moderators: Mark Talamini, MD & Sharona Ross, MD

S059 OUTCOME FOLLOWING LAPAROSCOPIC TRANS-HIATAL ESOPHAGECTOMY FOR ESOPHAGEAL CANCER J C Cash, MD, J Zehetner, MD, MMM, Babek Heyadati, Peter F Crookes, MD, Namir Katkhouda, MD, Rodney J Mason, MD, John C Lipham, MD; University of Southern California Department of Surgery, Keck Medical Center of USC

S060 PRE-OPERATIVE EVALUTION OF GASTRIC GASTROINTESTINAL STROMAL TUMORS: ENDOSCOPIC ULTRASOUND VS CT SCAN K B Williams, MD, MS, J F Bradley, MD, B A Wormer, MD, D Banerjee, A L Walters, MS, K T Dacey, MHA, A E Lincourt, PhD, MBA, B T Heniford, MD; Carolinas Medical Center

S061 PHARYNGEAL PH MONITORING BETTER PREDICTS A SUCCESSFUL OUTCOME FOR EXTRA-ESOPHAGEAL REFLUX SYMPTOMS AFTER ANTI-REFLUX SURGERY Stephanie G Worrell, MD, Steven R DeMeester, MD, Daniel S Oh, MD, Jeffrey A Hagen, MD; DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY, KECK SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES, CA

S062 URGENT LAPAROSCOPIC REPAIR OF ACUTELY SYMPTOMATIC PEH IS SAFE AND EFFECTIVE David M Parker, MD, FACS, Amrit A Rambhajan, MD, Anna R Ibele, MD, Kathleen Johanson, DO, Vladin Obradovic, MD, Jon D Gabrielsen, MD, FACS, Anthony T Petrick, MD, FACS; Geisinger Medical Center

S063 DIAPHRAGMATIC RELAXING INCISIONS DURING LAPAROSCOPIC PARAESOPHAGEAL HERNIA REPAIR Christina L Greene, MD, Steven R DeMeester, MD, Joerg Zehetner, MD, Daniel S Oh, MD, Jeffrey A Hagen, MD; Keck Hospital of the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

S064 OUTCOMES OF MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY FOR EARLY GASTRIC CANCER IS COMPARABLE TO OPEN SURGERY – ANALYSIS OF 1,013 MIS AT A SINGLE INSTITUTE Seung-Young Oh, MD, Sebastianus Kwon, MD, YunSuhk Suh, MD, MS, Hwi-Nyeong Choe, RN, Seong-Ho Kong, MD, MS, Hyuk-Joon Lee, MD, PhD, Woo Ho Kim, MD, PhD, Han-Kwang Yang, MD, PhD; Seoul National University Hospital www.sages2013.org | Twitter: @SAGES_Updates 65 Scientific Session & Postgraduate Course

S065 COMPARISON OF EGJ DISTENSIBILITY CHANGES DURING POEM AND HELLER MYOTOMY USING INTRAOPERATIVE ENDOFLIP Ezra N Teitelbaum, MD, Lubomyr Boris, BS, Fahd O Arafat, MD, Frederic Nicodeme, MD, Peter J Kahrilas, MD, John E Pandolfino, MD, Nathaniel J Soper, MD, Eric S Hungness, MD; Northwestern University

V019 LAPAROSCOPIC ENUCLEATION OF A BRONCHOGENIC CYST OF ESOPHAGUS Pablo Omelanczuk, Martin Berducci, P Gomez, MD, M Masrur, MD, J Nefa, MD; Division of General and Minimally Invasive Surgery, Department of Surgery, Italian Hospital of Mendoza, Mendoza, ARGENTINA

V020 LAPAROSCOPIC ENUCLEATION OF A HORSESHOE-SHAPED LEIOMYOMA OF THE LOWER ESOPHAGUS Demetrio Cavadas, MD, Roberto E Remolo, MD, Alfredo Amenabar, MD, Agustin Duro, MD, Fernando G Wright, MD, Axel F Beskow, MD; Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires

V021 LAPAROSCOPIC DISTAL GASTRECTOMY WITH D2 LN DISSECTION IN ADVANCED GASTRIC CANCER Kyo Young Song, MD; Seoul St.Mary’s Hospital

S066 LOWER ESOPHAGEAL SPHINCTER (LES) ELECTRICAL STIMULATION ELIMINATES PROXIMAL ESOPHAGEAL ACID EXPOSURE IN PATIENTS WITH GERD – ONE YEAR RESULTS. Michael D Crowell, PhD, Leonardo Rodriguez, MD, Edy Soffer, MD; Mayo Clinic in Arizona, Surgery, CCO Obesidad Y Diabetes, University of Southern California

S067 INCIDENCE, MECHANISMS, AND OUTCOMES OF ESOPHAGEAL AND GASTRIC PERFORATION DURING LAPAROSCOPIC FOREGUT SURGERY: A RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW OF 1223 CASES Linda P Zhang, MD, Ronald Chang, BA, Brent D Matthews, MD, Michael Awad, MD, Bryan Meyers, MD, J. Chris Eagon, MD, L. Michael Brunt, MD; Washington University

S068 COMPLETELY LAPAROSCOPIC TOTAL GASTRECTOMY FOR EARLY AND ADVANCED GASTRIC CANCER Fabrizio Moisan, MD, Enrique Norero, MD, José Galindo, MD, Fernando Crovari, MD, Nicolás Jarufe, MD, Eduardo Viñuela, MD, Sergio Báez, MD, Pérez Gustavo, MD, Camilo Boza, MD, Alex Escalona, MD, Ricardo Funke, MD; Hospital Clínico Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Hospital Dr. Sótero del Río.


Acute Care Laparoscopy

4:00pm - 5:30pm

Session Chair: Lena M. Napolitano, MD
Session Co-chair: Raymond Onders, MD

Session Description

Laparoscopy is commonly used in emergency surgery, and its indications are expanding. The acute care surgeon needs to be proficient in minimally invasive techniques for the treatment of emergency surgical diseases. This session will review practical recommendations for laparoscopic techniques in acute care surgery to provide a basis for best practice in the clinical conditions of perforated ulcer, C. difficile colitis, bowel obstruction, incarcerated hernia, necrotizing infected pancreatitis, and appendicitis.

Session Objectives

At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize how minimally invasive surgical techniques can be used in the treatment of emergency surgical conditions including C. difficile colitis and necrotizing infected pancreatitis
  • Review the evidence regarding the impact of minimally invasive surgical techniques on patient outcomes in emergency surgery diseases
  • Use best surgical practices to treat emergency surgical conditions with minimally invasive approaches, including minimally invasive retroperitoneal necrosectomy

Session Outline

Time Presentation Title Faculty Name
4:00pm Minimally Invasive approach to Pneumoperitoneum and Perforated ulcers Kosar Khwaja, MD, MBA, MSc.
4:15pm Is there a role for laparoscopic management of acute bowel obstructions and incarcerated hernias? Raymond P. Onders, MD
4:30pm Minimally Invasive Management of Colorectal Problems including C. Difficile Colitis Brian Zuckerbraun, MD
4:45pm Minimally Invasive Strategies for treatment of Necrotizing Infected Pancreatitis Kenneth K. W. Lee, MD
5:00pm Appendectomy and Cholecystectomy- Standard,
mini trocars, or single site laparoscopy: Does it
matter?
B. Todd Heniford, MD
5:15pm Discussion Panel

* Each talk is 10 min with 5 min Q&A following