April 20th Morning

 

Advancements in Military Surgery

8am - 9:30pm

Session Chair: Robert Lim, MD
Session Co-chairs:Yong Choi, MD & Gordon Wisbach, MD

Session Description

This session will describe some of the technological advancements in surgery and medical care as they relate to military combat and combat related injuries.

Session Objectives

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

  • Discuss the effects and benefits of regenerative medicine for abdominal wall reconstruction
  • Recognize the possibilities and future of robotic telesurgery and the logistics of robotic telesurgery
  • Realize the added benefit of better simulation with trauma training

Session Outline

Time Presentation Title Faculty Name
8:00am Regenerative medicine for complex abdominal wall
reconstruction
LTC Scott Rehrig, MD
8:15am Robotic telesurgery Timothy Broderick, MD
8:30am Simulation in battlefield medicine: cut suit Thomas Nelson, MD
8:45am Update in Military Medicine OTSG Army - tba
9:15am Discussion  

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


Plenary Session 2

9:30 am - 11:30am

Moderators: W. Scott Melvin, MD & Desmond Birkett, MD

S098 IMPACT OF OPERATIVE DURATION ON POSTOPERATIVE PULMONARY COMPLICATIONS IN LAPAROSCOPIC VS OPEN COLECTOMY Rachel M Owen, MD, Sebastian D Perez, MSPH, S. Scott Davis, MD, Edward Lin, DO, Ankit D Patel, MD, Nathanial Lytle, MD, John F Sweeney, MD; Emory University Department of Surgery, Division of General and Gastrointestinal Surgery

S099 LAPAROSCOPIC COMMON BILE DUCT EXPLORATION VERSUS INTRAOPERATIVE SPHINCTEROTOMY FOR MANAGEMENT OF COMMON BILE DUCT STONES: A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED TRIAL Ahmed A Elgeidie, Mohamed M Elshobary, Yussef E Naeem, Mohamed M Elhemaly, Gamal K Elebeidy; gastroenterology surgical center, mansoura university

S100 GLUCOSE AND INSULIN RESPONSE TO GTT: A PROSPECTIVE COMPARISON BETWEEN ROUX EN Y GASTRIC BYPASS, VERTICAL SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY AND DUODENAL SWITCH AT 1 YEAR Mitchell S Roslin, MD, FACS, Yuriy Dudiy, MD, Joanne Weiskopf, PA, Paresh C Shah, MD, FACS; Lenox Hill Hospital, North Shore-LIJ Health System

S101 LAPAROSCOPIC INTRA-PERITONEAL MESH REPAIR COMBINED WITH CLEAN CONTAMINATED SURGERIES- FEASIBILITY AND SAFETY. C Palanivelu, MS, FACS, P Praveen Raj, MS, P Senthilnathan, MS, R Parthasarathi, MS, M K Ganesh; GEM Hospital & Research Centre

S102 REVISIONAL SURGERY AFTER FAILED ADJUSTABLE GASTRIC BANDING: INSTITUTIONAL EXPERIENCE WITH 90 CONSECUTIVE CASES Keng-Hao Liu, MD, Michele Diana, MD, Michel Vix, MD, Hurng-Sheng Wu, MD, Jacques Marescaux, MD, FACS, HonFRCS, HonFJSES; 1- Chang Gung Memorial Hosp at Linkou, Chang Gung University, Taoyuan, Taiwan 2- IRCAD-IHU, Department of General, Digestive and Endocrine Surgery, University Hospital of Strabourg, France 3- IRCAD-AITS, Show Chwan Health Care System, Changhua, Taiwan

V032 ENDOSCOPIC REVERSAL AND BYPASS OF STRICTURED VERTICAL BANDED GASTROPLASTY Nathan E Conway, MD, Ashwin A Kurian, MD, Christy M Dunst, MD, Lee L Swanstrom, MD, Kevin M Reavis, MD; The Oregon Clinic and Providence Cancer Center, Portland, OR

S103 FUNDAMENTALS OF ENDOSCOPIC SURGERY: CREATION AND VALIDATION OF THE HANDS-ON TEST M C Vassiliou, MD, MEd, P Kaneva, MSc, B J Dunkin, MD, G M Fried, MD, J D Mellinger, MD, T Trus, MD, K I Hoffman, PhD, C Lyons, MD, J R Korndorffer, MD, M Ujiki, MD, V Velanovich, MD, G Korus, MD, D J Scott, MD, J Martinez, MD, S Tsuda, MD, J Seagull, MD, G Adrales, MD, M L Kochman, MD, A Park, MD, J M Marks, MD; McGill, Methodist, Southern Illinois, Dartmouth, USC, Tulane, NorthShore, South Florida, U Penn, UTSW, U Miami, U Nevada, U Maryland, Case Western

V033 POEM WITH INCREMENTAL MYOTOMY AND INTRAOPERATIVE ENDOFLIP Ezra N Teitelbaum, MD, Nathaniel J Soper, MD, Eric S Hungness, MD; Northwestern University

V034 CONTEMPORARY FLEXIBLE ENDOSCOPIC MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE ESOPHAGEAL PERFORATIONS Ahmed Sharata, MD, Ashwin A Kurian, MD, Christy M Dunst, MD, Kevin M Reavis, MD, Lee L Swanstrom, MD; The Oregon Clinic-GMIS Division, Providence Portland Cancer Center Chak, MD, Jeffrey L Ponsky, MD, Jeffrey M Marks, MD; University Hospitals Case Medical Center


Storz Lecture - Swanstrom

11:30am - 12:15pm

Session Description

Keynote lecture to discuss the importance of, history of and current status of innovation in surgery. The speaker will use key illustrations from history as well as his own career to illustrate these points.

Session Objectives

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

  • Describe the critical nature of innovation in the history of surgery
  • Discuss the current status of innovation in the current socioeconomic climate
  • Be empowered to introduce "new" Practices and Technologies into their own practice

Participants

Featuring:

Lee Swanstrom

Lee Swanstrom, MD