April 19th Morning

 

Solid Organ Scientific Session

7:30am - 8:30am

Moderators: Kenric Murayama, MD & Manabu Yamamoto, MD

S027 THE OUTCOMES OF NON-TRAUMA SPLENECTOMY FROM NATIONWIDE INPATIENT SAMPLE A Y Zemlyak, MD, V B Tsirline, MD, S El Djouzi, MD, A L Walters, MS, A E Lincourt, PhD, MBA, R F Sing, DO, B T Heniford, MD; Carolinas Medical Center

V012 ROBOTIC TECHNIQUE FOR CHALLENGING ASPECTS OF DONOR NEPHRECTOMY Alisa M Coker, MD, Kristin L Mekeel, MD, Joslin Cheverie, MD, Juan S Barajas-Gamboa, MD, Bryan J Sandler, MD, Garth R Jacobsen, MD, Ajai Khanna, MBBS, PhD, Mark A Talamini, MD, Alan W Hemming, MD, Santiago Horgan, MD; University Of California San Diego

S028 HYBRID APPROACH OF VIDEO ASSISTED NECK SURGERY (HAVANS) - ENDOSCOPIC COMPLETE CENTRAL NODE DISSECTION WITH CRANIO-CAUDAL VIEW FOR THYROID CARCINOMA Akihiro Nakajo, MD, PhD, Hideo Arima, MD, PhD, Munetsugu Hirata, MD, Yoshie Takae, MD, Yuko Kijima, MD, PhD, Heiji Yoshinaka, MD, PhD, Shoji Natsugoe, MD, PhD; Department of Surgical Oncology, Breast and Thyroid Surgery, Kagoshima University.

S029 LAPAROSCOPIC ADRENAL METASTATECTOMY: APPROPRIATE, SAFE, AND FEASIBLE Judy Chen, MD, Ali Tavakkoli, MD; Brigham and Women’s Hospital

V013 BILATERAL PARTIAL ADRENALECTOMY FOR BILATERAL PHEOCHROMOCYTOMA Nathan G Richards, MD, Frederick J Brody, MD, MBA; George Washington University Medical Center

S030 PERIOPERATIVE ASSESSMENT OF PATIENTS WITH PRIMARY ALDOSTERONISM AT THE TORONTO UNIVERSITY HEALTH NETWORK Nicholas Gaudet, MD, Usmaan Hameed, MD, Allan Okrainec, MD, Todd Penner, MD, David R Urbach, MD; University of Toronto, University Health Network


Plenary Session 1

8:30am - 10:00am

Moderators: Gerald Fried, MD & Karl Fuchs

S046 IMPACT OF COMORBIDITY ON OUTCOMES AND OVERALL SURVIVAL AFTER OPEN AND MINIMAL INVASIVE ESOPHAGECTOMY FOR LOCALLY ADVANCED ESOPHAGEAL CANCER. James P Dolan, MD, Taranjeet Kaur, MBBS, Brian S Diggs, PhD, Renato A Luna, MD, Paul Schipper, MD, Brandon Tieu, MD, Brett C Sheppard, MD, John G Hunter, MD; Oregon Health & Science University

S047 DOES LAPAROSCOPIC ADRENALECTOMY JEOPARDIZE ONCOLOGIC OUTCOMES FOR PATIENTS WITH KNOWN OR SUSPECTED ADRENOCORTICAL CARCINOMA? Amanda Cooper, MD, Mouhammed Habra, MD, Elizabeth Grubbs, MD, Brian Bednarski, Anita Ying, MD, Alexandria Phan, MD, Nancy Perrier, MD, Jeffrey Lee, MD, Thomas Aloia, MD; The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center

S048WITHDRAWN

S049 END-TO-END HAND SEWN ANASTOMOSIS VERSUS SIDE-TO-SIDE STAPLED ANASTOMOSIS IN LAPAROSCOPIC RIGHT COLECTOMY. A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL. M Bun, MD, A Canelas, MD, F Carballo, MD, E Grzona, MD, M Laporte, MD, C Peczan, MD, N Rotholtz, MD; Colorectal Surgery Division - Hospital Alemán de Buenos Aires. Argentina.

V017 EXPERIENCE WITH LAPAROSCOPIC MEDIAN ARCUATE LIGAMENT RELEASE IN 26 PATIENTS Nathan G Richards, MD, Richard Amdur, PhD, Richard Neville, MD, Anton Sidawy, MD, MPH, Frederick J Brody, MD, MBA; George Washington University Medical Center

V018 LAPAROSCOPIC EXCISION OF TYPE IC CHOLEDOCHAL CYST INCLUDING INTRAPANCREATIC PORTION WITH HEPATICOJEJUNOSTOMY RECONSTRUCTION Cameron D Adkisson, MD, John A Stauffer, MD, Adam S Harris, MD, Horacio J Asbun, MD, FACS; Mayo Clinic Florida

S050 VOLUME AND OUTCOME RELATIONSHIP IN BARIATRIC SURGERY IN THE ERA OF LAPAROSCOPY Mehraneh D Jafari, MD, Monica T Young, MD, Vinh Q Nguyen, PhD, Brian R Smith, MD, Michael J Stamos, Ninh T Nguyen, MD; University of California, Irvine

S051 LONG TERM FOLLOW UP OF ENDOSCOPIC SCLEROTHERAPY FOR DILATED GASTROJEJUNOSTOMY AFTER GASTRIC BYPASS Magdy Giurgius, MD, Nicole Fearing, MD, Alexandra Weir, BA, Lada Micheas, MS, Archana Ramaswamy, MD; University of Missouri

S052 SUBMUCOSAL ENDOSCOPY WITH MUCOSAL RESECTION (SEMR): A NEW HYBRID TECHNIQUE OF ENDOSCOPIC SUBMUCOSAL DISSECTION IN THE PORCINE RECTOSIGMOID COLON Kohei Takizawa, MD, Christopher J Gostout, MD, Mary A Knip


Presidential Address – “Journeys”

10:00am - 10:45am

W. Scott Melvin, MD

Session Description

Journeys in Life and Surgery help crystallize important characteristics of the successful surgeon.

Session Objectives

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

  • Identify how life’s experiences can provide insightinto surgical success
  • List characteristics that can contribute to surgical optimization
  • Describe how certain personal characteristics translate into excellence in patient care

Gerald Marks Lecture

“A Blueprint for Quality and Patient Safety in an Era of Innovation”

10:45am - 11:30am

E. Christopher Ellison, MD

Session Description

With the rapid pace of innovation we must strive to ensure the highest quality and safety of care for our patients. A Blueprint relying of bedrock quality principles will be presented to help guide surgical leaders and innovators to maintain the highest standards of quality and safety.

Session Objectives

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

  • Develop methods of hospital assessment and improvement using Six Sigma and DMAIC Methodology (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control)
  • Develop methods of error reduction by using team training, checklists and visual management, standardization of processes, transparency and celebration of success
  • Apply OPPE (Ongoing Physician Practice Evaluation) to prospectively assess physician performance

MIS in Pregnancy

11:30am - 12:30pm

Session Chair: David C. Brooks, MD
Session Co-chair: Danielle S. Walsh, MD

Session Description

This session will present evidence-based recommendations for the Diagnosis, Treatment, and Use of Laparoscopy for Surgical Problems during Pregnancy. The SAGES Guidelines and a panel of experts will facilitate improved understanding of the optimal care of this unique population.

Session Objectives

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

  • List two general surgical problems presenting acutely in the gravid patient
  • Apply laparoscopic techniques for management of biliary disease and appendicitis safely to the pregnant patient
  • Decrease the maternal morbidity and fetal mortality of biliary disease and appendicitis in pregnancy through increased use of laparoscopy

Session Outline

Time Presentation Title Faculty Name
11:30am Beta HCG Positive and Laparoscopy – Overview of
the safety data if using MIS in pregnancy
Danielle S. Walsh, MD
11:40am Pregnancy Pitfalls - Pre op, Peri op, and Post op -
How to evaluate, operate, and manage the
expectant mother (include maternal physiology)
Ray Price, MD
11:55am Biliary Disease with Baby On Board – Review the
spectrum of biliary disease in pregnancy and an
evidence approach to management
Ali Tavakkoli, MD
12:10pm The Gravity of Acute Appendicitis in Pregnancy –
Evaluation, management and compilations
Janey Pratt, MD
12:20pm Panel / Case Based Discussion David C. Brooks, MD

Participants

Featuring:

E. Christopher Ellison

E. Christopher Ellison, MD

Assoc VP for Health Science – Wexner Medical Center at The Ohio State University