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18TH ANNUAL Minimally Invasive Surgery Symposium (MISS) Overview

Schedule of Presentations:

Tuesday, March 6, 2018
07:00:00 Optional Interactive Workshop For General and Bariatric Surgery: Ultrasound, TAP, and Laparoscopic Techniques for Performing Infiltration Blocks
07:10:00 Breakfast Symposium (Non-CME) The Future of Reflux Surgery; Going From “What If?” to “What Is" Faculty: Blair Jobe, MD, FACS
08:00:00 Colon Session III
08:00:00 Colon Polyps: Still a Role for Colectomy?
10:15:00 Welcome and Course Overview
10:30:00 Surgery for Inflammatory Bowel Disease - Keep It or Refer It
10:45:00 What's New in the Management of Diverticulitis
11:00:00 Surgeon's Role in the Management of LGIB
11:15:00 Small Bowel Obstruction: Surgical Management Bradley R. Davis
11:30:00 Q&A Panel with Faculty Bradley R. Davis
11:45:00 Lunch
12:00:00 Lunch Symposium (Non-CME) A Multidisciplinary Approach to Improving Outcomes: The National Accreditation Program for Rectal Cancer (NAPRC) for Hospitals Steven D. Wexner
12:15:00 Enhanced Recovery Lessons Learned from Colorectal Surgery Conor P. Delaney
12:45:00 Risk Reduction in Colorectal Surgery: Pre and Perioperative Matthew G. Mutch
13:00:00 Surgical Site Infection: Prevention Strategies
13:15:00 Defining Quality and Value in Colorectal Surgery Conor P. Delaney
13:30:00 Starting a Colorectal Enhanced Recovery Program
13:45:00 Q&A Panel with Faculty Matthew G. Mutch, Conor P. Delaney
14:00:00 Break
14:35:00 Multimodal Pain Management Strategies Thomas J. Hopkins
14:50:00 Does Carb Loading Matter? Glucose and Enhanced Recovery Stacy A. Brethauer
15:05:00 Q&A Panel with Faculty Thomas J. Hopkins, Conor P. Delaney, Stacy A. Brethauer
15:15:00 The Opioid Crisis in America: Will Enhanced Recovery Help? April Smith
15:30:00 The International Experience and Evidence: ERAS Society and ASER Thomas J. Hopkins
15:45:00 Goal-Directed Fluid Therapy Stephanie B. Jones
16:00:00 Q&A Panel with Faculty April Smith, Stephanie B. Jones, Thomas J. Hopkins, Conor P. Delaney, Stacy A. Brethauer
16:15:00 Colon Session II Conor P. Delaney
16:30:00 Anastomotic Tips and Tricks Conor P. Delaney
16:45:00 Management of Anastomotic Leaks
17:00:00 Q&A Panel with Faculty Conor P. Delaney
17:15:00 Splenic Flexure: Surgical Approach Bradley R. Davis
17:30:00 Who Needs an Ostomy and How Should I Close It? Matthew G. Mutch
17:45:00 Management of Parastomal Hernias
18:00:00 Q&A Panel with Faculty Matthew G. Mutch, Bradley R. Davis
18:15:00 Chairman's Welcome Reception and Exhibits
Wednesday, March 7, 2018
06:45:00 Breakfast/Exhibits
07:10:00 Breakfast Symposium (Non-CME) The Future of Reflux Surgery; Going From “What If?” to “What Is" Faculty: Blair Jobe, MD, FACS
08:00:00 Colon Polyps: Still a Role for Colectomy?
08:15:00 Rectal Polyps: What are the Options? Matthew G. Mutch
08:30:00 Robotic Surgery – What is the Role in Segmental Colectomy? Bradley R. Davis
08:45:00 Robotic Sigmoid Colectomy – How I do it Bradley R. Davis, Bradley Davis
09:00:00 Principles of Good Oncologic Surgery in MIS Colorectal Matthew G. Mutch
09:30:00 Conversions and Open Surgery - Still Necessary? Bradley R. Davis
09:45:00 Hand Port, Multiport – What is the Role?
09:45:00 Q&A Panel with Faculty Matthew G. Mutch, Bradley R. Davis
10:30:00 Who are the Stakeholders and How Do I Engage Them? Lessons Learned from the Duke Experience Thomas J. Hopkins
11:00:00 How Does the Pharmacist Fit In? Enhanced Recovery Meds that the Surgeon Should Know April Smith
11:15:00 Q&A Panel with Faculty April Smith, Thomas J. Hopkins
11:30:00 Regional Blocks: What Type and What Medication to Use? Stephanie B. Jones
11:45:00 Bringing Industrial Standards to Colorectal Surgery Conor P. Delaney
12:00:00 Does Enhanced Recovery Save Money? Making the Case to Your Administrator Thomas J. Hopkins
12:15:00 Q&A Panel with Faculty Stephanie B. Jones, Thomas J. Hopkins, Conor P. Delaney
12:30:00 Lunch
12:45:00 Lunch Symposium (Non-CME) Understanding Business Tools Used to Eliminate Lawsuits and Increase Tax Savings
13:45:00 Dessert Break in Exhibit Hall
14:15:00 Big Data and Hernia Care - Lessons Learned Michael Rosen
14:30:00 Complications: Cost, Prevention and Money Savings B Todd Heniford
14:45:00 The Explosion of Robotic Hernia Repair: Is It a Good Thing? Michael K Rosen
15:00:00 Q&A/Panel with Faculty Michael Rosen, B Todd Heniford
15:15:00 Robotic TAR: Should You Do It and Tips and Tricks
15:30:00 Loss of Domain: What are My Options and Getting It Done B Todd Heniford
15:45:00 Are We Hurting People by Doing Complex Abdominal Wall Reconstruction? Michael Rosen
16:00:00 Q&A/Panel with Faculty Michael Rosen, B Todd Heniford
16:15:00 Break/Exhibits
16:30:00 Work Up of GERD Michael Vaezi
16:45:00 Evolution of Endoscopic Techniques to Address Esophageal Motility Disorders
17:00:00 How to Treat the Patient with Gastroparesis William O. Richards
17:15:00 Q&A Panel with Faculty Michael Vaezi, William O. Richards
17:30:00 Gastroenterologist View of Anti-Reflux Surgery Michael Vaezi
17:45:00 Endoscopic Diagnosis and Treatment of Barrett's Michael Vaezi
18:00:00 Anti-Reflux Surgery a Must for Treatment of Barrett's William O. Richards
18:10:00 Q&A Panel with Faculty Michael Vaezi, William O. Richards
Thursday, March 8, 2018
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06:45:00 Breakfast/Exhibits
07:10:00 Breakfast Symposium (Non-CME) Quality Outcomes with Advanced Hernia Mesh - Data and Clinical Experience
08:00:00 What is eTEP? Robotic vs Laparoscopic
08:10:00 Management of Diastasis Recti Jeffrey E. Janis
08:30:00 Q&A/Panel with Faculty Jeffrey E. Janis
08:45:00 Management of Seromas: Pathophysiology, Prevention, and Treatment Jeffrey E. Janis
09:00:00 Botox Will Eliminate Components Separation for Abdominal Wall Reconstruction B Todd Heniford
09:15:00 Q&A/Panel with Faculty Jeffrey E. Janis, B Todd Heniford
09:30:00 Break/Exhibits
22:15:00 Complex Paraesophageal Hernia Repairs
Friday, March 9, 2018
06:00:00 New Presentation
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06:45:00 Breakfast
07:15:00 Soaring to New Heights: Communication, Education and Influence With Social Media
08:00:00 Endoscopic Management of Leaks and Strictures Christopher Thompson
08:15:00 Surgical Management of Weight Regain after Bariatric Surgery
08:30:00 Reoperations after Bariatric Surgery - LABS Follow-up Study
08:45:00 Managing Reflux after Sleeve Gastrectomy and Bypass
09:00:00 Management of Hypoglycemia after Gastric Bypass Robin Blackstone
09:15:00 Special Guest Lecture Avoiding Electrocauter Injury: SAGES FUSE Program DANIEL B. JONES
09:30:00 Strangest Bariatric Complications I Have Seen/Heard of
09:45:00 TBA Tomasz Rogula
10:00:00 Q&A/Panel with Faculty Christopher Thompson, Tomasz Rogula, Jaime Ponce, Daniel B. Jones, Robin Blackstone, Ricardo Cohen
10:15:00 Break
10:30:00 Simulation and Apps for Training in Bariatric Surgrery Daniel B. Jones
10:45:00 Endoscopic Small Bowel Metabolic Therapies Christopher Thompson
11:00:00 Gastric Wrapping: The Gastric Vest Jaime Ponce
11:15:00 Robotics in Bariatrics Surgery: My View Scott Shikora
11:30:00 Surgery for NASH: The Next Metabolic Procedure Philip R. Schauer
11:45:00 Single Anastomosis Bypass Procedures - Current Status Scott Shikora
12:00:00 Reoperative Bariatric Surgery for Diabetes Ricardo Cohen
12:15:00 Reoperative Bariatric Surgery: My Advice
12:30:00 Current Status and Future Directions for ASMBS Georgeann Mallory
12:45:00 Diabetes Surgery Guidelines: Next Steps Toward Full Adoption Philip R. Schauer
13:00:00 Q&A/Panel with Faculty Christopher Thompson, Scott Shikora, Philip R. Schauer, Jaime Ponce, Ninh T. Nguyen, Georgeann Mallory, DANIEL B. JONES, Ricardo Cohen
13:00:00 What's New with Gastric Balloons Jaime Ponce
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