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  1. 1. SAGES 2013 scientific session & postgraduate coursesInnovating the Present for the Future Surgical Spring Week ADVANCE PROGRAM April 17 - 20, 2013 Held in conjunction with ISLCRS – the 8th International Congress of Baltimore, MD Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery Program Chairs: Early Housing & Fredrick Brody, MD Registration Deadline: Santiago Horgan, MD March 15, 2013 www.sages.org sages2013.org | Twitter: @SAGES_Updates Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons
  2. 2. Table of Contents 5 Letter from Program Chairs 25 Panel: Re-Operative Foregut Surgery 6 General Information – Registration Information, Hours, 26 Panel: SAGES/ASMBS – Innovative Bariatric Procedures Exhibit Hours, Who Should Attend 26 Panel: Humanitarianism SAGES 2013 Scientific Session & Postgraduate Course 6 Community Service Initiatives 27 Panel: NOTES Videos 7 SAGES Childcare 27 Industry Education Events 7 New for 2013 27 2013 SAGES Webcast Sessions 8 Schedule at a Glance 28 Friday, APRIL 19, 2013 9 Past Exhibitors 28 Panel: SAGES Town Hall on Healthcare Reform1 0-11 SAGES Meeting Leaders 28 SAGES Presidential Address: W. Scott Melvin 11 SAGES Accreditation 28 Gerald Marks Lecture – A Blueprint for Quality and Patient 13 Wednesday, APRIL 17, 2013 Safety in an Era of Innovation: E. Christopher Ellison 13 PG Course: Foregut – Beyond GERD & Hiatal Hernia 29 Debate: Presidential Debates 13 PG Course: Bariatric – What Every Safe Surgeon Needs to 29 Panel: SAGES/SSAT – Update on Bile Duct Injuries Know About Bariatric Surgery? 30 Session: Simulation – The Next Generation 14 PG Course: SAGES/ISLCRS – MIS Colorectal: Overcoming 30 Panel: MIS in Pregnancy Hurdles to Adoption and New Frontiers 31 Fellowship Council Luncheon 15 SAGES Foundation Awards Luncheon; How to RSVP 31 Panel: Bariatric and Pediatric Emergencies for the non- 16 PG Course: SAGES/AAES – MIS Endocrine: Controversial Bariatric, non-Pediatric Surgeon Topics in MIS Endocrine Surgery 32 Session: Emerging Technology 16 Hands-On Course: Bariatric Surgery 32 Panel: Pancreas – Current Controversies in Minimally 17 Hands-On Course: Colorectal Invasive Pancreatic Surgery 17 Panel: SAGES/AHPBA – Minimally Invasive HPB: 33 Panel: Multidisciplinary Future of Surgery We can do it, now what? 33 Panel: Foregut – Myth Meets Reality 18 Panel: Pre-, Intra-, Post-Operative Management of CBD Stones 34 Panel: Acute Care Laparoscopy 18 PG Course: Optimizing Outcomes of Ventral and Inguinal 34 Panel: SAGES/ISLCRS – Colorectal Robotics Hernia Repairs 35 SAGES/CAGS Session: Ultimate SAGES 19 Panel: SAGES/JSES – Endoscopic Management of GEJ 36 Saturday, APRIL 20, 2013 Disease - Dysplasia & Barrett’s 36 Session: Career Development Seminar 19 Session: Complications 36 Session: Advancements in Military Surgery 20 Thursday, APRIL 18, 2013 37 Karl Storz Lecture – The Shock of the New: The Innovator’s 20 PG Course: Endolumenal Treatments - GERD and POEM Role in Surgery: Lee L. Swanstrom, MD 20 PG Course: Optimizing Outcomes of Ventral Hernia & 37 Panel: Management of GIST Tumors Inguinal Hernia 38 Symposium: Essentials of Robotic Surgery 21 Panel: SAGES/ISLCRS – IBD 38 Session: SAGES/AORN – Patient Safety Checklist - Time 22 Panel: SAGES/ISLCRS – Colorectal Potpourri Out and Huddle 22 Symposium: SAGES/ALACE – Surgery South of the Border; 39 SAGES Mini Medical School Boot Camp & Interactive What’s New? Experience 23 Educator’s Luncheon – “The Future of MIS Training: Is 40 2013 Learning Center Early Specialization Right For Your Program?” 45 Why Join SAGES 23 Hands-On Course: Endolumenal Treatments 47 Tentative Faculty 24 Hands-On Course: Ventral Hernia - Strategies for the 52 Social Programs Complex Abdominal Wall; Laparoscopic and Open 54 Housing 25 Symposium: SAGES/ISLCRS/ASCRS – Optimizing Outcomes in Rectal Cancer 57 Registration Forms SAGES 2012 Meeting Corporate Supporters Diamond Donors COVIDIEN Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Inc. PLATINUM DONORS KARL STORZ ENDOSCOPY OLYMPUS STRYKER ENDOSCOPY SILVER DONORS BOSTON SCIENTIFIC, INC. GORE & ASSOCIATES Intuitive Surgical BRONZE DonorS Aesculap, Inc. Lifecell Corporationwww.sages2013.org | Twitter: @SAGES_Updates 3 Register on-line at www.sages.org/registration/
  3. 3. Dear Colleagues: SAGES 2013 Scientific Session & Postgraduate Course On behalf of SAGES and the Program Committee, we would like to invite you to the 2013 SAGES Annual Meeting in Baltimore, MD. This year’s Annual SAGES Meeting continues a long-standing tradition of innovative technology in the fields of general, gastrointestinal, endoscopic, robotic, and minimally invasive surgery. This year’s program is held in conjunction with the International Society of Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery (ISLCRS). This joint meeting highlights cutting-edge and standard of care treatments for colon and rectal pathology every day of the conference. The program for the 2013 meeting focuses on relevant clinical problems that busy surgeons encounter every day in their respective practices. The information obtained from this year’s conference may be readily adopted into daily practice. Also, the sessions are structured to provide self-assessment CME credits, which may be used toward fulfilling Part 2 of the American Board of Surgery Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program. Surgeons must obtain self- assessment credits for Board certification and re-certification. As with any SAGES program, the Meeting continues to evolve ahead of the curve and the conference features electronic media to help personalize the meeting for its members. A SAGES Meeting App will be available, providing access to meeting content via your handheld devices. Furthermore, e-mails and tweets during the meeting will keep attendees informed of upcoming informative and exciting events.  SAGES members are encouraged to bring the entire family as child care opportunities are available for younger children. High school students are invited to attend the Mini-Medical School and kids of all ages can experience Top Gun for Kids. The entire family is encouraged to volunteer for one of our community service events. Finally, all kids under 10 may eat free at the Gala and Sing Off when accompanied by a parent. The 2013 SAGES Annual Meeting will be held at the Baltimore Convention Center from April 17-20.   Highlights include: · Hands-on courses (Bariatric, Component Separation, POEM and Intra-lumenal Endoscopic Techniques, & Colorectal) · Didactic courses and panels co-sponsored with ASCRS, AORN, ALACE, ASMBS, AHPBA, SSAT, CAGS & JSES · Numerous panels, symposia, video & scientific sessions · World Class Faculty · ABS MOC compliant sessions · Training & certificate opportunity for FLS and FES · Top Gun and Top Gun for Kids · Learning Center with new simulators & simulation scenarios · SAGES Mini Medical School for high school students · Volunteerism & a newly released documentary on Dr. George Berci · An Exhibit Hall that showcases the latest equipment & instruments · Fabulous social events along the Baltimore Harbor  If you go to just one surgical meeting in 2013, this is the one! We look forward to seeing you in April.  Fredrick Brody, MD Santiago Horgan, MD Conor Delaney, MD, PhD Program Chair Program Co-Chair ISLCRS Surgical Spring Week · SAGES 2013 4 Scientific Session & Postgraduate Course
  4. 4. General Information Surgical Spring SAGES Registration Hours Week Tuesday, April 16, 2013 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM SAGES 2013 Scientific Session & Postgraduate Course Wednesday, April 17, 2013 6:30 AM - 6:00 PM Location The Baltimore Convention Center Thursday, April 18, 2013 6:30 AM - 5:30 PM 1 West Pratt Street   Friday, April 19, 2013 6:30 AM - 5:30 PM Baltimore, MD 21201 Saturday, April 20, 2013 7:00 AM - 2:00 PM Hosted By Society of American Exhibit Only Registration Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic For those participants only interested in attending the technical exhibits, we will Surgeons (SAGES) offer a special Exhibits Only Pass. This option will only be available on-site. You 11300 W. Olympic Blvd., Suite 600 may register for an Exhibits Only Pass beginning the morning of Wednesday, April Los Angeles, CA 90064 17, 2013. Phone: 310-437-0544 For additional information, please contact the Registrar (310) 437-0555 ext. 128. Fax: 310-437-0585 Email: sagesweb@sages.org Website: www.sages.org The SAGES Meeting has different registration options & pricing. See pages 57 - 58 for details. Try the SuperPass for best value! Registration 11300 W. Olympic Blvd., Suite 600 Register on-line at www.sages.org by the Los Angeles, CA 90064 March 15, 2013 early deadline! Phone: 310-437-0544, ext. 128 Fax: 310-437-0585 What Is ISLCRS? Email: registration@sages.org ISLCRS (International Society of Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery) provides a forum to support collaboration between surgeons and scientists interested How do I register? in the advancement of laparoscopic colorectal surgical techniques, helps Register on-line! in the education of surgeons wishing to learn these techniques, and will www.sages.org/registration/ work collaboratively with existing national and regional societies supporting Please register prior to the early laparoscopic colorectal surgery. The scientific program contains more concurrent registration deadline of March sessions and joint lectures and sessions specifically geared toward colorectal 15, 2013 online or complete the surgeons. SAGES and ISLCRS will share one exhibit hall. registration forms on page 57 - 58. VISA Information for International Attendees Who Should Attend: For more than 50 years, the United States of America has required visas to be The SAGES Annual Meeting issued to those wishing to study, visit, or conduct business in the U.S. While has elements that have been changes have been made recently to U.S. visa law, many procedures remain the specifically designed to meet the same. Most importantly, you must APPLY EARLY for a visa, as processing time needs of practicing surgeons, has increased in some instances. For information about obtaining a visa, please surgeons-in-training, GI assistants, visit the following website: http://www.unitedstatesvisas.gov nurses and other allied health If you need a written invitation to assist you with your visa, please email the professionals who are interested SAGES Registrar, registration@sages.org, with your name and complete mailing in minimally invasive surgery address for each request. and gastrointestinal endoscopy. Thorough coverage of traditional topics and presentations of “cutting Exhibit Dates and Times edge” material can be found in Wednesday, April 17: this program. The SAGES Program Welcome Reception 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm Committee recommends that participants design their own Thursday, April 18: 9:30 am - 3:30 pm attendance schedule based on Friday, April 19: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm their own personal educational objectives. Saturday, April 20: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Free Lunch for ALL Attendees 12:15 pm - 1:00 pm Exhibits will take place at the Baltimore Convention Center in Exhibit Hall E & F. Airport/Travel Information: The Baltimore Convention Center and surrounding hotels are approximately 15 minutes from the Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI) and 7 minutes to Penn Station. Transportation from the airport to the hotels is available via taxi, shuttle service or car rental.www.sages2013.org | Twitter: @SAGES_Updates 5 Register on-line at www.sages.org/registration/
  5. 5. SAGES Humanity, Education, Leadership, Perspective, SupportSAGES 2013 Scientific Session & Postgraduate Course Some community efforts we have undertaken in the past: • Greenery - potted décor plants are sent to senior citizen homes. In lieu of spending funds on floral centerpieces at dinners, SAGES has made a contribution to the local food bank • Food – we have always assured that leftover food is sent to a local home or shelter (for more than 20 years) • Attendee bags - leftover bags are distributed to shelters and schools • Humanitarian program - began in 2011, including blood drive, bone marrow testing, instrument drive and building a home for the poor • Organized clothes and books drive and donated them to survivors of domestic violence, held a baby shower for wives of deployed servicemen, visited veterans in the hospital and invited spouses of deployed enlisted men and women to a special night out at our gala • Mentored high school students interested in medical careers This year’s initiatives: After you register for the conference, we will send you information and instructions about how to participate in each project. • Bone Marrow Testing – will be set up on site. This could eventually save a life. Appointments will be made in advance so it will not take very long. A simple swab. • Blood Bank – will be set up on site. Advance appointments. You will get orange juice from the blood bank, and cookies from the SAGES staff. • Baltimore Reads - Donate books for infants, kids, and teens or sign up to help sort community books or even work in the community garden • Food Bank - make food baskets for needy area families • Visit a Vet - spend a special moment with a vet at the local veteran’s hospital • Sign up at one of several medical volunteers’ desks: Doctors Without Borders, Volunteers for Haiti, etc. • Medical School Mentoring Program for High School Kids SAGES Recognition of Excellence Award Log onto SAGESPAGES to learn To Whom, From Whom and Why. SAGES will announce recipients of the 2013 SAGES Recognition of Excellence Coin daily. www.sages.org/sagespages Save the Date! SAGES Scientific Session & Postgraduate Course April 2 - 5, 2014, Salt Lake City, UT SAGES Scientific Session & Postgraduate Course April 15 - 18, 2015, Gaylord Opryland Hotel, Nashville, TN Surgical Spring Week · SAGES 2013 6 Scientific Session & Postgraduate Course
  6. 6.     News for SAGES 2013         SAGES 2013 Scientific Session & Postgraduate Course          oms and Dads! Hey Moms and Dads! Onsite childcare service       Give your   children an exciting, entertaining Hey Moms you to Baltimore! and Dads! ren an exciting, entertaining   ng them with you to Baltimore! Give your children an exciting, entertaining experience, and bring them with you to Baltimore! experience,       Hey Moms and Dads! and bring them with                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Give      your        children      an      exciting,        entertaining                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ion Camp, While you’re attending meetings, your children can enjoy their own Convention Camp, their own Convention Camp, organized by While you’re attending meetings, your children can enjoyany ACCENT on Children’s Arrangements, Inc., a national company specializingexciting, entertaining organized by ACCENT on Children’s Arrangements, Inc., a national company experience, and bring them withchildren’sBaltimore! Give your children an in you to activities. Camp   SAGES is a complete morning toa early evening to early entertainment program packed with activities for childrenearly   specializing in children’s activities. Camp SAGES is complete morning experience, and bring them with you to Baltimore! eveningages 6 months* to 17 years. *All children must be pre-registered to ensure proper staffing levels. Children entertainment program packed with activities for children ages  staffing levels. months*          17  years.    *All  children  must                                                  to    ensure  proper  staffing  levels.        crafts    projects                                                                                                                                                                                                                  6                  participate    in  age-appropriate activities,    including    arts    and                                                           to                                                         be pre-registered                                                            rojects While you’re attending meetings, safe, children can enjoy their own Convention Camp, Children participate ingames, in a activities, including arts and crafts projects and active age-appropriate your nurturing, and educational environment. and  active  games,  in  aratio                            and              to              environment.      children  6                                                months,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    safe,  nurturing,         educational                                                                       The high             of caregiver         child (1:2 for months-12                                 organized by ACCENT on meetings, your children can enjoy national company While you’re attending Children’s Arrangements, Inc., a their own Convention Camp, 1:3 for children 13 months-2 years, 1:5 for children 3-5 years, and 1:8 for specializing in children’s activities. Camp SAGES is a complete morning tocompany early organized by ACCENT on Children’s caregiverreceive lots children 6 months-12 months, children 6-17 years) The high ratio of Arrangements, Inc., a national attention. for children 6 months-12 months, ensures campers to child (1:2 for of personal evening entertainment program packedCampmonths-2 years,children ages 3-5 years, early specializing in children’s activities. with activities for a 1:5 for children for children 3-5 years, 1:3 for children 13 SAGES is complete morning toes campersmonths* to 17 years. *All children must be pre-registered to ensure proper staffing levels. 6 receive Available with years) ensures children ages packed hours: evening entertainment program for children 6-17activities for campers receive and 1:8 lots of personal attention. Children participate years. *All childrenactivities,pre-registered to ensure proper staffing levels. 6 months* to 17 in age-appropriate must be including arts and crafts projects Wed - Fri, April 17-19: 7am - 6pm and active games, in a safe, nurturing, and educational environment. and crafts projects Saturday, April 20: 7:30am - 4:30pm Children participate in age-appropriate activities, including artsonline at Register your kiddos today, online at and active games, in a safe, nurturing, and educational environment. Fee: $12/hour with 3 hours minimum. /campsages13   www.accentregister.com/register/campsages13   Non-refundable pre-registration fee is $25 The high ratio of caregiver to child (1:2 for children 6 months-12 months, 1:3 for children 13 months-2 years, 1:5 for children 3-5 years, Advance registration is available at of caregiver to child (1:2 for children 6 months-12 months, The high ratio sages2013.org/childcare and 1:8 for children 13 months-2ensures campers receive 3-5 years, 1:3 for children 6-17 years) years, 1:5 for children Non-refundable pre-registration fee in $25 lots of personal attention. 6-17 years) ensures campers receive and 1:8 for children lots of personal attention. Each session has been kiddos today, online at Medical Students! Register your Attention www.accentregister.com/register/campsages13 assigned a relevant Learning kiddos today, online at   Register your www.accentregister.com/register/campsages13   3 Scholarships Theme(s) and appropriate SAGES is sponsoring available for medical students to Guideline(s) will be referenced. travel to the SAGES meeting (up to Look for more information $2K each). Contact the registration in Final Program and/or the office for details today! SAGES 2013 Meeting App. SAGES will be using a cell-phone and Twitter-based system to handle Audience Response, Questions From the Floor, and General Meeting Announcements. If you wish to participate, please be sure to have one or more of the following in Baltimore: 1) cell phone capable of sending SMS text messages in the USA A 2) our own Twitter account and a device capable of using Twitter (smart phone, tablet, Y netbook). 3) A mobile device capable of running the SAGES 2013 Meeting App Please contact webmaster@sages.org if you have questions or need advice. www.sages2013.org | Twitter: @SAGES_Updates 7 Register on-line at www.sages.org/registration/
  7. 7. SAGES 2013 Schedule at a Glance (as of Oct. 2012) Program Chairs: (SAGES) Fredrick J. Brody, MD Santiago Horgan, MD (ISLCRS) Connor Delaney, MDSAGES 2013 Scientific Session Postgraduate Course Oral Video Sessions will take place throughout the SAGES Scientific Session (Thursday, Friday and Saturday). The exact program will be determined in November, 2012. Check the SAGES website (www.sages.org) in late December, 2012 for the exact schedule of presentations. Wednesday, April 17 Friday, April 19 Half-Day Postgraduate Course: Foregut Exhibits/Posters/Learning Center open 9:30am - 3:30pm Half-Day Postgraduate Course: Bariatric Panel: SAGES Town Hall on Healthcare Reform SAGES/ISLCRS Half-Day Postgraduate Course: MIS Colorectal Presidential Address – W. Scott Melvin, MD SAGES Foundation Awards Lunch Gerald Marks Lecture – E. Christopher Ellison, MD Postgraduate Course: Joint SAGES/AAES session - MIS Endocrine Debates: Presidential Debate Postgraduate Course: Optimizing Outcomes of Panel: SAGES/SSAT – Update on Bile Duct Injuries Ventral Inguinal Hernia Repairs Session: Simulation Half-Day Hands-On Course: Bariatric Panel: MIS Pregnancy Half-Day Hands-On Course: Colorectal Fellowship Council Lunch SAGES/AHPBA Panel: Minimally Invasive HPB Panel: Bariatric and Pediatric Emergencies for the Panel: Pre-, Intra-, Post-Operative Management of CBD non-Bariatric, non-Pediatric Surgeon Stones Session: Emerging Technology Panel: SAGES/JSES – Endoscopic Management of GEJ Disease - Dysplasia Barrett’s Panel: Pancreas – Current Controversies in Minimally Session: Complications Invasive Pancreatic Surgery Exhibits Opening Welcome Reception 5:30pm - 7:30pm Panel: Multidisciplinary Future of Surgery Panel: Foregut – Myth Meets Reality Thursday, April 18 Panel: Acute Care Laparoscopy SAGES Scientific Sessions Panel: SAGES/ISLCRS Colorectal Robotics Exhibits/Posters/Learning Center open 9:30am - 3:30pm SAGES/CAGS Session: Ultimate SAGES Half-Day Postgraduate Course: Main Event International Sing-Off Endolumenal Treatments - GERD and POEM Half-Day Postgraduate Course: Ventral Hernia Saturday, April 20 Panel: SAGES/ISLCRS – IBD SAGES Scientific Sessions Panel: SAGES/ISLCRS – Colorectal Potpourri Symposium: SAGES/ALACE – Surgery South of the Border; Exhibits/Posters/Learning Center open 10:00am - 1:00pm What’s New? Session: Career Development Educator’s Lunch: Do Quality Initiatives Change Surgery Session: Advancements in Military Surgery Residency Training? Karl Storz Lecture – Lee L. Swanstrom, MD Half-Day Hands-on Course: Endolumenal Treatments FREE Lunch in Exhibit Hall for all Half-Day Hands-on Course: Ventral Hernia SAGES Meeting Attendees 12:00pm - 1:00pm Symposium: SAGES/ISLCRS/ASCRS – Optimizing Outcomes Panel: Management of GIST Tumors in Rectal Cancer Panel: Reoperative Foregut Surgery Symposium: Essentials of Robotic Surgery Panel: SAGES/ASMBS – Innovative Bariatric Procedures Session: SAGES/AORN – Patient Safety Checklist – Time Out Panel: Humanitarianism and Huddle Panel: NOTES Videos “Ultimate SAGES” is here! Resident Programs - Send your “champion” to compete at SAGES! Residents - Enter the enduring competition focused on institutional pride! Ultimate SAGES is the culmination of an international, open competition for the SAGES Candidate member with the broadest and deepest knowledge of the core principles, fundamentals, evidence, safety and best practice in gastrointestinal endoscopic surgery. Three qualifying finalists will compete in a live quiz show format, where one individual / institution will be crowned the inaugural Ultimate SAGES champion. Thursday, April 18 – Preliminary round - written test The top three will take stage for the Ultimate SAGES showdown. Friday, April 19 – Ultimate SAGES showdown - live quiz Inaugural Ultimate SAGES champion will be crowned! Surgical Spring Week | SAGES 2013 8 Scientific Session Postgraduate Course
  8. 8. SAGES and ISLCRS 2012 Exhibitors3-Dmed CareFusion LAGIS Enterprise Co., Ltd. Salix Pharmaceuticals, Inc.ACell, Inc. Cine-Med, Inc. Lexion Medical, Inc. Sandhill ScientificACS Bariatric Surgery Center Cleveland Clinic, cSite LifeCell, a KCI Company SAGES 2013 Scientific Session Postgraduate Course SIGH (Surgical Instrument Network CompView Medical Market Access Partners Group Holdings)(BSCN) Accreditation ConMed Mederi Therapeutics Inc. Simbionix USA Corporation Program MediFlex Surgical Products Cook Medical SimSurgeryAdam Rouilly MedSpace Exploration CooperSurgical SpringerAdvanced Endoscopy Medstreaming, LLC Covidien Strategic Business Holdings Devices Crospon Mercy Clinic Physician (SBH)Aesculap, Inc. Recruitment Davol Inc., A Bard Company Stryker EndoscopyAFcell Medical Microline Surgical Elemental Healthcare Surgical InnovationsAllergan Mimic Technologies Elsevier Surgical Products MagazineAmbry Genetics Nashville Surgical Encision, Inc. Surgical Science, Inc.Apollo Endosurgery, Inc. Instruments EndochoiceApollo Surgical Industries, New Wave Surgical SurgiQuest, Inc. Inc. EndoEvolution Novartis Oncology Suture Ease, LLCApplied Medical EndoGastric Solutions Olive Medical Synovis Surgical InnovationsAtrium Medical Products Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Inc. Olympus America Inc. Teleflex Corporation Fisher Paykel Pacira Pharmaceuticals TransEnterixAutomated Medical Products General Surgery News Paré Surgical University of TennesseeBariatric Times Gore Associates Perkins Healthcare PhysicianBARRX Medical, Inc. H H Surgical Technologies Technologies Executive MBA ProgramBaxter Healthcare HRA Healthcare Research Pikeville Medical Center Corporation Analytics Vectec PLUS DiagnosticsBG Medical IMDS Viking Systems, Inc. Practice Partners inBoston Scientific Integra Virtual Ports HealthcareCadence Pharmaceuticals InTouch Health Richard Wolf Medical Vision-Sciences Inc.CAE Healthcare Intuitive Surgical, Inc. Instruments Xodus Medical, Inc.Calmoseptine, Inc Karl Storz Endoscopy Robard Corporation Unique Features of the 2013 SAGES Meeting » Casual attire – Leave your ties and button down shirts at home. Order a SAGES polo. » Learn essentials regarding Foregut Surgery, Emerging Endoscopic Techniques (POEM), Complex Ventral Hernia Repairs, and Innovative Bariatric Procedures » Learn the basic laparoscopic and endoscopic tenents to treat Common Duct Stones and diseases during Pregnancy » Enjoy a Joint Conference with ISLCRS and cover almost every aspect of colorectal disease » SAGES Humanitarianism and Volunteer efforts » Enjoy a Documentary about Dr. George Berci » Heckle previous Presidents as they debate current topics » Enjoy the 007 exhibit for the most innovative technology available from Industry » Allied Health Care Professionals should not miss SAGES AORN MIS Safety Checklist session. » Relax at the Exhibit Hall Lounge for informal gatherings and re-charge your electronic devices! » Bring the family. Child care, mini med school for high school students; and Top Gun for Kids » Gala and Sing-Off at the Power Plant Live! » iOs + Android App! The entire 2013 meeting has been designated for Self-Assessment CME Credit, applicable to Part 2 of the American Board of Surgery (ABS) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Program. In order to claim Self- Assessment credit, attendees must participate in a post meeting quizwww.sages2013.org | Twitter: @SAGES_Updates 9 Register on-line at www.sages.org/registration/
  9. 9. SAGES 2013 Meeting Leaders Program Chairs (SAGES): SAGES Board of Governors ExecutiveSAGES 2013 Scientific Session Postgraduate Course Committee Fredrick Brody, MD, Chair Santiago Horgan, MD, Co-Chair 2013 Course Chairs Unit Coordinators CME Czars: Postgraduate: SAGES/AAES- MIS President: W. Scott Melvin, MD Chair: Simon Bergman, MD Endocrine: Controversial Topics in President-Elect: Gerald M. Fried, MD Co-Chair: John T. Paige, MD MIS Endocrine Surgery 1st Vice President: Brian J. Dunkin, MD Equipment Czars: Chair: William Barry Inabnet III, MD Co-Chair: L. Michael Brunt, MD 2nd Vice President: Daniel J. Scott, MD Chair: Bryan J. Sandler, MD Co-Chair: Khashayar Vaziri, MD Postgraduate: Endolumenal Secretary: Tonia Young-Fadok, MD, MS Learning Center: Treatments - GERD and POEM Treasurer: L. Michael Brunt, MD Chair: Neal E. Seymour, MD Chair: Brian J. Dunkin, MD Immediate Past President: Co-Chair: S. Scott Davis Jr, MD Co-Chair: Jose M. Martinez, MD *Steven Schwaitzberg, MD Postgraduate: Ventral Hernia Posters: Chair: Benjamin K. Poulose, MD Chair: Michael J. Rosen, MD Members of the Board Co-Chair: Alex P. Nagle, MD Co-Chair: Archana Ramaswamy, MD Horacio J. Asbun, MD Hands-On: Bariatric Surgery Fredrick J. Brody, MD, MBA Video: Chair: Dean J. Mikami, MD Jo Buyske, MD* Chair: Sharona B. Ross, MD Co-Chair: Kenric M. Murayama, MD Michael B. Edye, MD Co-Chair: Garth R. Jacobsen, MD Robert D. Fanelli, MD Postgraduate: Bariatric - What Every Hands-On: Colorectal Daniel M. Herron, MD Safe Surgeon Needs to Know About Chair: Sonia L. Ramamoorthy, MD Santiago Horgan, MD Bariatric Surgery? Co-Chair: Alessio Pigazzi, MD Matthew M. Hutter, MD Chair: Raul J. Rosenthal, MD Hands-On: Endolumenal Treatments Gretchen Purcell-Jackson, MD, PhD Co-Chair: Daniel Bougere Jones, MD Chair: Bryan J. Sandler, MD Daniel B. Jones, MD, MS Postgraduate: Foregut - Beyond GERD Co-Chair: ablo Esteban P Leena Khaitan, MD Hiatal Hernia Omelanczuk, MD Eli N. Lerner, MD Chair: C. Daniel Smith, MD Hands-On: Ventral Hernia - Strategies Jeffrey M. Marks, MD Co-Chair: Bernard Dallemagne, MD for the Complex Abdominal Wall; John D. Mellinger, MD Postgraduate: SAGES/ISLCRS- MIS Laparoscopic Open Ninh T. Nguyen, MD Colorectal: Overcoming hurdles to Chair: Garth R. Jacobsen, MD Dmitry Oleynikov, MD adoption and new frontiers Co-Chair: Archana Ramaswamy, MD Adrian Park, MD Chair: John H. Marks, MD Lunch: Educator’s Luncheon Aurora D. Pryor, MD Co-Chair: Joel Leroy, MD Chair: Michael Magdi Awad, MD Raul J. Rosenthal, MD Bruce D. Schirmer, MD* Postgraduate: Optimizing Outcomes of Lunch: Fellowship Council Luncheon Christopher M. Schlachta, MD Ventral Inguinal Hernia Repairs Chair: Maurice E. Arregui, MD Daniel J. Scott, MD Chair: Bruce J. Ramshaw, MD C. Daniel Smith, MD* Co-Chair: David Bryan Earle, MD Nathaniel J. Soper, MD* Mark A. Talamini, MD* SAGES Program Committee Thadeus L. Trus, MD Vic Velanovich, MD Chair: Daniel M. Herron, Santiago Horgan, MD Sharona B. Ross, MD Steven D. Wexner, MD* MD Gretchen Purcell Jackson, Barry A. Salky, MD Natan Zundel, MD Co-Chair: Jon Gould, MD MD, PhD Christopher M. Schlachta, * = Past President Mehran Anvari, MD Daniel Bougere Jones, MD MD Simon Bergman, MD Kosar A. Khwaja, MD Steven D. Schwaitzberg, James G. Bittner, MD Marina Kurian, MD MD Steven P. Bowers, MD Jeffrey M. Marks, MD Daniel J. Scott, MD Fredrick J. Brody, MD, MBA Brent D. Matthews, MD Don J. Selzer, MD Brian J. Dunkin, MD Stephen S. McNatt, MD Ali Tavakkoli, MD Michael B. Edye, MD W. Scott Melvin, MD Carl J. Westcott, MD Edward L. Felix, MD Jonathan A. Myers, MD Manabu Yamamoto, MD Matthew I. Goldblatt, MD Edward H. Phillips, MD Tonia M. Young-Fadok, Jon C. Gould, MD Archana Ramaswamy, MD MD, MS Carroll M. Harmon, MD William S. Richardson, MD Natan Zundel, MD Daniel M. Herron, MD Raul J. Rosenthal, MD Surgical Spring Week | SAGES 2013 10 Scientific Session Postgraduate Course
  10. 10. SAGES 2013 Meeting LeadersSAGES Panel/Session/Symposium/Debates Chairs/Co-Chairs:Panel: Pre-, Intra-, Post-Operative Panel: Bariatric and Pediatric SAGES/CAGS Session: Ultimate SAGES SAGES 2013 Scientific Session Postgraduate Course Management of CBD Stones Emergencies for the non-Pediatric, Chair: Christopher M. Schlachta, MD Chair: Jeffrey W. Hazey, MD non-Bariatric Surgeon Session: Emerging Technology Co-Chair: Joseph B. Petelin, MD Chair: Daniel M. Herron, MD Chair: Yoav Mintz, MDPanel: SAGES/AHPBA–Minimally Co-Chair: Gretchen Purcell Jackson, Co-Chair: Dmitry Oleynikov, MD Invasive HPB; We can do it, now MD Session: Simulation - The Next what? Panel: Foregut - Myth Meets Reality Generation Chair: Horacio J. Asbun, MD Chair: Vic Velanovich, MD Chair: Allan E. Okrainec, MD Co-Chair: David M. Mahvi, MD Co-Chair: Pratibha Vemulapalli, MD Co-Chair: Melina C. Vassiliou, MDPanel: SAGES/JSES–Endoscopic Panel: MIS in Pregnancy Session: Advancements in Military Management of GEJ Disease - Chair: David C. Brooks, MD Surgery Dysplasia Barrett’s Co-Chair: Danielle S Walsh, MD Chair: Robert B. Lim, MD Chair: Jeffrey M. Marks, MD Panel: Multidisciplinary Future of Co-Chair: Yong U. Choi, MD Co-Chair: Haruhiro Inoue, MD Surgery Co-Chair: Gordon G. Wisbach, MDPanel: Humanitarianism Chair: Steve Eubanks, MD Session: Career Development Seminar Chair: Tonia M. Young-Fadok, MD Co-Chair: Daniel J. Scott, MD Chair: Aurora Dawn Pryor, MD Co-Chair: Jo Buyske, MD Panel: Pancreas - Current Co-Chair: Leena Khaitan, MDPanel: NOTES Videos Controversies in Minimally Invasive Session: SAGES/AORN–Patient Safety Chair: John D. Mellinger, MD Pancreatic Surgery Checklist - Time Out and Huddle Co-Chair: Eric Steven Hungness, MD Chair: R. Matthew Walsh, MD Chair: Khashayar Vaziri, MDPanel: ReOperative Foregut Surgery Co-Chair: L. William Traverso, MD Co-Chair: harlotte Guglielmi BSN, C Chair: Michael D. Holzman, MD, MPH Panel: SAGES/ISLCRS–Colorectal RN, CNOR Co-Chair: Nicole M. Fearing, MD Robotics Symposium: SAGES/ALACE–SurgeryPanel: SAGES/ASMBS–Innovative Chair: Seon-Han Kim, MD South of the Border; What’s New? Bariatric Procedures Co-Chair: Vincent James Obias, MD Chair: Diego R. Camacho, MD Chair: Alfons Pomp, MD Panel: SAGES/SSAT–Update on Bile Co-Chair: Natan Zundel, MD Co-Chair: Alex P. Nagle, MD Duct Injuries Symposium: SAGES/ISLCRS/ASCRS–Panel: SAGES/ISLCRS–Colorectal Chair: David W. Rattner, MD Optimizing Outcomes in Rectal Potpourri Co-Chair: Jeffrey B. Matthews, MD Cancer Chair: Conor P. Delaney, MD, PhD Panel: SAGES Town Hall on Healthcare Chair: Steven D. Wexner, MD Co-Chair: Roger Motson, MD Reform Co-Chair: Eric Rullier, MDPanel: SAGES/ISLCRS–IBD Chair: Matthew M. Hutter, MD, MPH Symposium: Essentials of Robotic Chair: Tonia M. Young-Fadok, MD Co-Chair: Eli N. Lerner, MD Surgery Co-Chair: C. Neal Ellis, MD Panel: Management of GIST Tumors Chair: Vincent James Obias, MDPanel: Acute Care Laparoscopy Chair: Sricharan Chalikonda, MD Co-Chair: Matthew D. Kroh, MD Chair: Lena M Napolitano, MD Co-Chair: David R. Urbach, MD Debate: Presidential Debates Co-Chair: Raymond P. Onders, MD Session: Complications Chair: Gerald M. Fried, MD Chair: Thadeus L. Trus, MD Co-Chair: Todd Ponsky, MD SAGES Accreditation FES FLS Testing Accreditation: The Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Available! Surgeons (SAGES) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to sponsor Continuing Medical Education for Wednesday, April 17 - physicians. Friday, April 19, 2013 The Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) For more details or to designates this live activity for a maximum of 32.75 AMA PRA Category 1 schedule your test: Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the Fundamentals of Endoscopic extent of their participation in the activity. Surgery™ - fes@sages.org Self-Assessment CME Credit, Part 2 of the American Board of Surgery (ABS) Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Program Surgery™ - fls@sages.org This activity has also been designated as Self-Assessment CME credit, applicable to Part 2 of the ABS MOC program. In order to claim Self- Assessment credit, attendees must participate in a post meeting quiz. For additional information on the ABS MOC program and its requirements, visit the ABS website at: http://home.absurgery.org/default.jsp?exam-moc.www.sages2013.org | Twitter: @SAGES_Updates 11 Register on-line at www.sages.org/registration/
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  12. 12. Wednesday, April 17, 20137:30AM - 12:00 pm *Included in Registration SuperPass (Option A) or Registration Option B Postgraduate Course: Foregut – Beyond GERD Hiatal Hernia SAGES 2013 Scientific Session Postgraduate Course Session Chair: C. Daniel Smith, MD; Session Co-Chair: Bernard Dallemagne, MD SESSION DESCRIPTION This session will cover complex topics in foregut surgery increasingly encountered by surgeons caring for patient with foregut conditions.  World experts will discuss presentation, diagnosis and management strategies for these conditions that go well beyond basic GERD and hiatal hernia. This session’s objectives are a classical application of educational principles to adult learning. The problem is the increasing complexity in managing foregut disease as new therapies become available and the diseases themselves are increasingly advanced presentations.  Participants will learn the varied presentations of these more complex conditions and management strategies that go beyond managing basic foregut conditions.  On returning to their practice, they will be equipped to change how they operate by applying this knowledge in caring for foregut patients. This improved understanding will allow for better patient selection and use of advanced interventions. SESSION OBJECTIVES At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to: • Understand and describe complex conditions and circumstances effecting surgical foregut diseases • Recognize some of the innovations and new technologies used in managing foregut disease • Be aware of the impact that advanced presentations of foregut disease can have on selecting management strategies for these patients • Approach complex foregut conditions with greater confidence SESSION OUTLINE Time Presentation Title Faculty Name 7:30am Introduction C. Daniel Smith, MD Bernard Dallemagne, MD GERD Hiatal Hernia 7:35am Management strategies for complex GERD (stricture and Barretts) Jeffrey Peters, MD 7:55am Redo Operations – When, How and Who? Bernard Dallemagne, MD 8:15am Hiatal Hernia tba 8:35am What to Do in the Obese Samer Mattar, MD 8:55am Emerging Technologies and Techniques Reginald Bell, MD 9:15am Panel Discussion – Audience Questions and Cases 10:00am Break Gastric Neoplasms 10:15am GIST and Submucosal Tumors David Rattner, MD 10:30am Early Gastric Cancer Han-Kwang Yang, MD Other Esophageal Conditions 10:45am Submucosal Tumors tba 11:00am Esophageal Diverticulae and Achalasia tba 11:15am MIS in Esophageal Neoplasms Guy B. Cadière, MD 11:35am Panel Discussion – Audience Questions and Cases7:30AM - 12:00pm *Included in Registration SuperPass (Option A) or Registration Option B Postgraduate Course: Bariatric – What Every Safe Surgeon Needs to Know About Bariatric Surgery? Session Chair:Raul Rosenthal, MD; Session Co-Chair:Daniel Jones, MD SESSION DESCRIPTION One in every three Americans is overweight and obesity is now a global epidemic. Nearly 250,000 weight loss operations will be performed in the U.S. this year, and the General Surgeon needs to be comfortable when these patients present to the ED or are seen years later for other problems. SESSION OBJECTIVES At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to: • Describe the indications for weight loss surgery and types of procedures • Review best practice guideline for an accredited program • Improve diagnosis and treatment of internal hernia, band prolapse, leak, stenosis, and nutritional deficiency in the emergency setting • Implement appropriate patient consent prior to performing lap band procedurewww.sages2013.org | Twitter: @SAGES_Updates 13 Register on-line at www.sages.org/registration/
  13. 13. Wednesday, April 17, 2013 Bariatric Postgraduate Course (cont.)SAGES 2013 Scientific Session Postgraduate Course SESSION OUTLINE Time Presentation Title Faculty Name What Can Go Wrong? My Three Biggest Errors in Judgment and Technique 7:30am Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Band Jaime Ponce, MD 7:40am Gastric Bypass Daniel Herron, MD 7:50am Duodenal Switch Alfons Pomp, MD 8:00am Sleeve Gastrectomy GERD/Barrett’s before and after LSG James Ellsmere, MD 8:10am Reoperative Surgery John Morton, MD 8:20am Panel Discussion Perioperative Consideration 8:45am Airway and Sleep Apnea Scott Shikora, MD 8:55am Thromboprophylaxis Michael Schweitzer, MD Postoperative Challenges 9:05am Leaks/Stenosis after RYGBP Bruce D. Schirmer, MD 9:15am Leaks and Stenosis after LSG Samuel Szomstein, MD 9:25am Panel Discussion 9:45am Break Nutritional Metabolic Complications that I Need to Manage 10:00am Malnutrition Jamie Devin Adair, MD 10:10am Hypoglycemia Shawn T. Tsuda, MD 10:20am Discussion Conditions Requiring Urgent Attention and What I do First 10:30am Slippage Christine Ren-Fielding, MD 10:40am Perforated Marginal Ulcer Ronald H. Clements, MD 10:50am Small Bowel Obstruction Benjamin E. Schneider, MD 11:00am GI Bleeding Ninh T. Nguyen, MD 11:10am Bile Duct Complications Robert Andrews, MD 11:20am Discussion Quality and Patient Safety Initiatives 11:45am Best Practices and ACS-ASMBS Accreditation Robin Blackstone, MD 7:30AM - 12:00pm *Included in Registration SuperPass (Option A) or Registration Option B Postgraduate Course: SAGES/ISLCRS – MIS Colorectal: Overcoming Hurdles to Adoption and New Frontiers Session Chair: John Marks, MD; Session Co-Chair: Joel Leroy, MD SESSION DESCRIPTION The purposes are to inform participants about the basic principles of a good laparoscopic colorectal procedure, review standardized procedures, and inform participants about the latest research and development in the field of minimally invasive colorectal surgery. SESSION OBJECTIVES: At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to: • Describe an oncologic laparoscopic lymphadenectomy for colorectal cancer and improve their own technique • Describe a variety of specimen extraction techniques and colorectal anastomosis and improve their own technique • Understand the new surgical approaches for rectal TME • Apply this new understanding to their own practice SAGES Goes Green! In our continuing effort to support the environment, you will see less paper at the SAGES 2013 Annual Meeting. The printed Final Program will include the regular schedule and course/panel outlines, as well as oral abstracts, Poster of Distinction abstracts and poster listing. However, electronic copies of all the abstracts, digital posters, and Postgraduate course syllabi will be available on-line for all attendees and in the SAGES 2013 Meeting App. Go to sages2013.org for more information. Surgical Spring Week · SAGES 2013 14 Scientific Session Postgraduate Course

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