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2019 ADVANCED COURSE
Complications, Revisions and Recommendations in Bariatric Surgery
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2019 ADVANCED COURSE + PRECOURSE
Robotic Bariatric Surgery
Laparoscopic and Endoluminal Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery

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to obesity.eits@ircad.fr or by fax +33 3 88 11 90 28
CONTACT US       BY EMAIL       BY PHONE: +33 3 88 11 90 17
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BARIATRIC SURGERY

Advanced Course in Complications, Revisions and Recommendations in Bariatric Surgery

Robotic Bariatric Surgery Advanced Course

Laparoscopic and Endoluminal Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery Advanced Course


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COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • To cover a broad spectrum of difficulties and complications in surgical procedures in bariatric and metabolic surgery
  • To provide indications for weight loss failure treatment
  • To discuss management of post operative and metabolic complications
  • To highlight technicalities of redos in the field of obesity and metabolic surgery through the broadcasting of pre-recorded live procedures
  • To allow a real-time discussion between the experts and the participants
  • To provide hands-on session to improve skills in endoscopic management of common bariatric surgery complications, through practice on ex-vivo models under expert tutorial
  • To describe postoperative clinical results and practical applications of evidence-based clinical medicine


EDUCATIONAL METHODS

  • Interactive theoretical and video sessions between faculty and course participants
  • Live and pre-recorded operative demonstrations
  • Training on ex-vivo models under expert tutorial


TARGET AUDIENCE

Digestive surgeons

COURSE DIRECTOR

J. Marescaux F.

GUEST FACULTY

A. Cardoso Ramos BR, C. Copaescu ROM, B. Dallemagne B, B. Dillemans BE, C. Domene BR, G. Donatelli I, M. Galvao Neto BR, K. Higa USA, J. Himpens B, C. Le Roux UK, S. Perretta I, A. Pomp USA, L. Swanström USA, L.A. Vieira d'Almeida BR, M. Vix F

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  1. To cover a broad spectrum of surgical procedures in robotic bariatric surgery
  2. To provide indications for surgical treatment and discuss operative complications
  3. To highlight technicalities of robotic surgical interventions through the broadcasting of live procedures
  4. To allow real-time discussion between the operators and the surgeon trainees
  5. To provide hands-on sessions to improve skills in robotic surgery through practice on anatomical specimens under expert tutorial
  6. To describe postoperative clinical results and practical applications of evidence-based clinical medicine


EDUCATIONAL METHODS

  • Interactive theoretical and video session between faculty and course participants
  • Live and pre-recorded operative demonstrations
  • Training on anatomical specimens under expert tutorial


TARGET AUDIENCE

Digestive surgeons

COURSE DIRECTOR

J. Marescaux F.

FACULTY PANEL

L. Brunaud (F), L. Katz (USA), K. Kim (USA), L.A. Vieira d'Almeida (BR), M. Vix (F)

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • To cover a broad spectrum of surgical procedures in bariatric and metabolic surgery
  • To provide indications for surgical treatment and discuss operative complications
  • To highlight technicalities of surgical interventions through the broadcasting of live procedures
  • To allow real-time discussion between the operators and the surgeon trainees
  • To provide hands-on sessions to improve skills in laparoscopic surgery through the practice on live tissue under expert tutorial
  • To describe postoperative clinical results and practical applications of evidence-based clinical medicine


EDUCATIONAL METHODS

  • Interactive theoretical and video sessions between faculty and course participants
  • Live and pre-recorded operative demonstrations
  • Training on live tissue (mini-pigs)


TARGET AUDIENCE

Digestive surgeons

COURSE DIRECTOR

J. Marescaux F.

FACULTY PANEL

J. Alves Terra JR (BR), F. Andreelli (F),P. Angelos (USA), G. Ballantyne (USA), L.V. Berti (BR), H. Buchwald (USA), GB. Cadiere (B), A. Cardoso Ramos (BR), JM. Chevallier (F), P. Chowbey (IND), C. Copaescu (ROM), G. Costamagna (I), P. Crookes (USA), G. Dakin (USA), B. Dallemagne (B), M. Delvaux (F), A.L. De Paula (BR), L.G. De Quadros (BR), B. Dillemans (B), G. Donatelli (I), E. Dutson (USA), L. El Kadre (BR), M. Galvao Neto (BR), D. Herron (USA), K. Higa (USA), J. Himpens (B), J. Hochberger (D), CK. Huang (TW), K. Kasama (J), L. Katz (USA), N. Kawahara (BR), K. Kim (USA), A. Lacy (SP), WJ. Lee (TW), C. Le Roux (UK), G. Lopez-Nava (SP), K. Miller (A), J. Morton (USA), D. Mutter (F), D. Nocca (F), A. Okrainec (CAN), F. Pattou (F), S. Perretta (I), P. Pessaux (F), T. Piardi (I), A. Pomp (USA), G. Präger (A), A. Pryor (USA), P. Schauer (USA), N. Scopinaro (I), S. Shah (IND),  M. Suter (CH), L. Swanström (USA), A. Talvane de Oliveira (BR), E. Targarona (SP), A. Torres (SP), M. Vix (F), R. Zorron (D)

THURSDAY MAY 2

7.45 am
FOR OPTION A AND OPTION B

Registration and welcoming of participants

8.00 am
LIVE AND PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATIONS
ENDOLUMINAL LIVE PROCEDURES
* Endoscopic revisions
* Treatment of sleeve gastrectomy  complications
* Treatment of gastric bypass complications
* Treatment of common bile duct stones after bypass

11.00 am
PLENARY SESSION - LECTURES
Why skills in flexible endoscopy are mandatory in bariatric surgery?
Endoluminal surgery
* Endoscopic bariatric anatomy
* Endoscopic treatment of complications of bariatric surgery:
   - Leaks and chronic fistula
   - Stricture
   - Anastomotic ulcer
   - Band migration
* CBD stones after gastric bypass
* Endoscopic revision surgery for failures of conventional bariatric surgery

1.00 pm Lunch at the Institute

2.00 pm
VIDEO SESSION
DIFFICULT CASES AND COMPLICATIONS
“WHEN BAD THINGS HAPPEN TO GOOD SURGEONS”

3.30 pm
FOR OPTION B

TRAINING ON EX-VIVO MODELS
ENDOSCOPIC MANAGEMENT OF COMMON BARIATRIC SURGERY COMPLICATIONS:
LEAKS, FISTULA, BLEEDING, STENOSIS
* Over the scope clips, stenting, internal drainage and pig tail placement, EndoVac therapy, dilatation techniques
* Endoscopic salvage procedure for weight regain after bariatric surgery
* Endoscopic suturing techniques

3.30 pm
FOR OPTION A

CLINICAL CASES VIDEO SESSION

6.00 pm
End of session

FRIDAY MAY 3

7.45 am
FOR OPTION A AND OPTION B

Evaluation of the previous day

8.00 am
LIVE AND PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATIONS
REDO’S
* Band to bypass
* Sleeve to bypass
* Surgical revisions: weight loss failure, metabolic failure
* Bypass reversal
* Robotic approach

TREATMENT OF COMPLICATIONS
* Internal hernia
* Strictures
* Fistulas
* …

1.00 pm Lunch at the Institute

2.00 pm
PLENARY SESSION - LECTURES
HIATAL HERNIA, GERD, REDOS
* Hiatal hernia and GERD in obesity surgery
* Redo surgery
  – After gastric banding
  – After sleeve gastrectomy
  – After bypass
* Bypass reversal

CLINICAL CASES VIDEO SESSION
Intraoperative and early postoperative complications

6.00 pm
End of session

8.00 pm
Dinner in honor of participants


SATURDAY MAY 4

7.45 am
FOR OPTION A AND OPTION B

Evaluation of the previous day

8.00 am
EXPERTS’ RECOMMENDATIONS
* Metabolic complications in bariatric surgery (malnutrition, hypoglycemia, dumping syndrome, etc.)
* Pharmaceutical and psychiatric considerations
* Definition of success and failures in bariatric/metabolic surgery
* Treatment algorithms in complications
* Treatment algorithms for weight loss/regain for band/sleeve/GBP
* Redo strategies in bariatric surgery: endoscopic/surgical options
* Results after redo surgery/endoscopy for weight regain
* Enhanced recovery after bariatric surgery
* Why and when using a robot
* Metabolic complications
   - How to prevent
   - How to cure

TAKE HOME MESSAGES

1.00 pm Lunch at the Institute
End of course
Delivery of certificates of attendance
Program may be subject to modifications

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 4

7.45 am
Registration and welcoming of participants

8.00 am
For Option A and Option B
LIVE AND PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATIONS
* Robotic sleeve gastrectomy
* Robotic gastric bypass
* Robotic redos

PLENARY SESSIONS-LECTURES
* Robotics in obesity surgery
* Sleeve gastrectomy: Technique and pitfalls
* Robotic gastric bypass: Technique
* Next steps in robotics

12.30 pm Lunch at the Institute

1.30 pm
For Option B
(Option A: afternoon free)

TRAINING ON ANATOMICAL SPECIMENS
* Robotic sleeve gastrectomy
* Robotic gastric bypass

6.00 pm
End of session
Delivery of certificates of attendance
Program may be subject to modifications

THURSDAY DECEMBER 5

7.45 am
Registration and welcoming of participants

8.00 am
For Option A and Option B
LIVE AND PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATIONS
* Endoluminal Procedures
* Endosleeve, pouch and anastomosis resizing

9.00 am
PLENARY SESSIONS-LECTURES
ENDOLUMINAL SURGERY

1. Endoscopic bariatric anatomy
2. Endoscopic Treatment of complication of bariatric surgery:
     × Leaks and chronic fistula
     × Stricture
     × Anastomotic ulcer
     × Band migration (stend placement, endoscopic suturing, stricturoplasty, OTSC clips, dilatation with TTS and rigiflex balloons, endosponge)
3. CBD stones after gastric bypass
4. Endoscopic revision surgery for failures of conventional bariatric surgery
5. Primary endoscopic bariatric and metabolic procedures:
    × Intragastric balloon
    × Apollo endosurgery overstitch
    × Endoscopic sleeve
    × Endobarrier
    × Duodenal reshaping
    × TOGA, TERIS, POSE

1.00 pm Lunch at the Institute

1.45 pm
For Option B
(Option A: afternoon free)

FLEXIBLE ENDOSCOPIC TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS)
× Endoluminal procedures

LAPAROSCOPIC TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS)
× Jejunojejunal anastomosis
× Sleeve gastrectomy
× BPDDS
× SAADI
× Gastric bypass

6.30 pm
End of session

FRIDAY DECEMBER 6

7.45 am
Evaluation of the previous day

8.00 am
For OPTION A and OPTION B

LIVE AND PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATIONS
× Sleeve gastrectomy
× Gastric bypass
× Mini gastric bypass
× Single Incision sleeve gastrectomy
× Redos

12.30 pm Lunch at the Institute

1.30 pm
For OPTION B

FLEXIBLE ENDOSCOPIC TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS)
× Endoluminal procedures

LAPAROSCOPIC TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS)
× Jejunojejunal anastomosis
× Sleeve gastrectomy
× BPDDS
× SAADI
× Gastric bypass

For OPTION A

BARIATRIC AND METABOLIC SURGICAL TIPS AND TRICKS VIDEO COMMENTED BY THE FACULTY
Discussion around short presentations of difficult or particular cases, pitfalls and technical details of bariatric surgery through pre-recorded operative demonstrations

6.00 pm
End of session

8.00 pm
Dinner in honor of the participants

SATURDAY DECEMBER 7

7.45 am
Evaluation of the previous day

8.00 am
For OPTION A and OPTION B

PLENARY SESSIONS – LECTURES
SELECTION OF PATIENTS & PREOPERATIVE WORKUP

× Patient selection for bariatric surgery

CURRENT SURGICAL TECHNIQUES IN BARIATRIC SURGERY
× Particularities in OR setup for obese patients
× Techniques, Tips and Tricks (TTT)
- Gastric band
- Sleeve gastrectomy
- Gastric bypass
- Mini-gastric bypass
- Biliary Pancreatic Diversions (BPD)
LONG-TERM RESULTS (Banding, Bypass, Sleeve…)

BARIATRIC AND METABOLIC SURGERY IN ADOLESCENTS AND CHILDREN

QUALITY OF LIFE AFTER BARIATRIC SURGERY

GERD AND BARIATRIC SURGERY

ENHANCED RECOVERY AFTER BARIATRIC SURGERY

EMERGING TECHNIQUES
× SAADI
× Sleeve and transit bipartition

INNOVATION TECHNOLOGIES
× Robotics
× NOTES Transvaginal Bariatric Surgery
× Single Site and minimal access techniques
× Endoscopic procedures for Type II diabetes

WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF FAILURES?
× Redo strategies in bariatric surgery
× Redo procedures
× Endoluminal procedures

FROM BARIATRIC PROCEDURES TO METABOLIC SURGERY: SURGICAL TREATMENT OF TYPE II DIABETES

1.00 pm Lunch at the Institute

2.00 pm
For OPTION A and OPTION B

PLENARY SESSIONS – LECTURES
COMPLICATIONS

× Intra-and Peri-operative:
   - Gastric perforations
   - Bleeding
× Specific short-and long-term complications
   - Banding: Pouch dilatation, gastric erosion
   - Sleeve: Leaks, pouch stenosis, pouch dilatation, GERD, pain
   - Bypass and BPD: gastro-gastric fistula, gastrojejunal perforated ulcer, internal herniations

TAKE HOME MESSAGES

5.00 pm
End of course
Delivery of certificates of attendance
Program may be subject to modifications