VIERNES 11 DE MARZO - SALÓN ARCO IRIS

  • Coordinadores de sesión: Drs. Belén Mendoza, Heinz Ibañez, Héctor Echavarría.

    • 8:00 – 8:20     Preparaciones Intestinales: tendencias en volumen y sabor

    Dr.  Cecilio Cerisoli – Argentina

    • 8:20 – 8:40     Como, cuando y donde aplicar los criterios de calidad en colonoscopia?

    Dr.  Carmelo Blasco – Paraguay

    • 8:40 – 9:00     Adenomas Aserrados de Colon

    Dr.  Cecilio Cerisoli – Argentina

    • 9:00 – 9:20     Utilidad de la cromoendoscopia convencional  y electrónica en pólipos y cáncer colorectal

    Dr.  Carmelo Blasco – Paraguay

  • Coordinadores de sesión:
    Drs. Eduardo Cuello, Benedicto Velasco, Gustavo Reyes

    • 9:20 – 9:40     ERCP in  altered anatomy

    Dr.  Lars  Aabaken- Noruega

    • 9:40 – 10:00     SEMS  in Biliary obstrutions  what in new

    Dr. Nageshwar Reddy- India.

    • 10:00 – 10:20     ERCP – problem solving strategies

    Dr.  Lars  Aabaken- Noruega   

     

  • Coordinadores de sesión:
    Drs. Adriana Rengifo, Paulo Emilio Archila, José Luis Buelvas

    • 10:40 – 11 :00     Guia Colombiana para la detección y tratamien to del cáncer gástrico temprano

    Dr Martin Gómez. Bogotá

    • 11:00 – 11:20     New technologies for the detection and characterization of early GI  neoplasia

    Dr Hisao Tajiri. Japón

    • 11:20 – 11:4O     Impacto del Sistema OLGA en la identificación del riesgo en cáncer gástrico

    Dr William Otero.Bogotá

    • 11:40 – 12:00     Subepithelial lesions of the Gl Tract

    Dr. Douglas Faigel. USA

     

  • Coordinadores de sesión:
    Drs. Víctor Arbeláez, Diego Aponte, Luis F. Roldan

    • 13:10 – 1 3:30     EUS en el abordaje de las neoplasia mucinosas pancreáticas intraductales.

    Drs Claudia Díaz, Lázaro Arango, Colombia

    • 13:30 – 1 3:50      EUS sampling techniques

    Dr. Lars Aabaken. Noruega

    • 13:50- 1 4:10     Pancreatic Cystic  Lesions

    Dr. Douglas Faigel. USA

    • 14:10- 1 4:30     Biliary drainage  guided  EUS

    Dr. Luis Carlos Sabbagh. Colombía

  • Coordinadores de sesión:
    Drs. Alfredo Cienfuegos, Fernando García del Risco, Rigoberto Montoya

    • 14:50- 15:05     Como manejo el sangrado del intestino delgado ?

    Dra. Maria Teresa Galiano, Colombia

    • 15:05- 15:20     Como manejo las várices fúndicas?

    Dr. Gonzalo Guevara,  Colombia

    • 15:20- 15:35     Como manejo el paciente con RGE refractario?

    Dra. Albis Hani,  Colombia

    • 15:35- 1 5:50     Como hago la sedación con propofol ?

    Dr. John  Vargo. USA

    • 15:50  –  16:05     Como aplico los principios de profesionalismo medico?

    Dr. Jorge Iván Lizarazo, Colombia

    • 16:05- 1 6:20     Como y cuando ordeno las pruebas de monitoreo en RGE?

    Dr. Luis Fernando Pineda, Colombia

    • 16:20 – 16:35     Como enseño colonoscopia?

    Dr. Diego Aponte, Colombia

    • 16:35 – 16:50     Como hago la cromocolonoscopia en EII?

    Dr. Cristian Flórez., Colombia

Viernes 11 de Marzo. Salón Arboleda 1

  • Hora:08:00 – 13:000

    • Station 1: Diagnosis of flat and Depressed colorectal Neoplasm  (18:00 min)

    Roy M. Soetikno, MD, Jennifer Barro, MD, Shai Friedland, MD, Suzanne Matsui, MD, Robert Rouse, MD, Takahiro Fujii, MD

    This DVD describes and demonstrates the endoscopic features of flat and depressed colorectal neoplasms. Upon completion of this educational activity, participants will be able to describe the classification, detection, evaluation, and treatment of flat and depressed colorectal neoplasms.

    • Station 2: Endoscopic Treatment of Zencker’s Diverticulum: Principles and Techniques for successful Flexible Endoscopic Myotomy (25:00min)

    Wajeeh Salah, MD and Todd H. Baron, MD FASGE

    The treatment of Zenker’s diverticulum can be challenging in elderly patients with multiple medical comorbidities who may not be good candidates for an open surgical or rigid endoscopic repair.  The technique of flexible endoscopic myotomy is a relatively new approach and is becoming increasingly practiced among other therapeutic endoscopic procedures.   The ability to perform flexible endoscopic myotomy is an invaluable addition to the armamentarium of the practicing therapeutic gastroenterologist. This educational video program will provide a foundation for understanding the pathophysiology, tools, treatment strategies and challenges in treating patients with Zenker’s diverticulum.  This focus of this video will be to emphasize an effective step-by-step technique and highlight key principles for the safe and successful treatment of Zenker’s diverticulum using flexible endoscopic myotomy.

    • Station 3: Diagnosis and treatment of Early Gastric Cancer(27:00 min)

    Hisanao Hamanaka, MD, Takuji Gotoda, MD, Ronald Yeh, MD, Roy M. Soetikno, MD 

    This educational DVD highlights the important features of early gastric cancer through the use of video tutorial and photo library. In addition, endoscopic treatment options for early gastric cancer will be discussed

    • Station 4: Paradigm Shift in Endoscopic Management of Peri-pancreatic Fluid Collection (35:00 min)

    Anthony YUen  Bun Teoh, FRCSEd  (Gen), Charing  Ching Ning Chong,  FRCSE;J (Gen), Lawrence Khek  Yu Ho, MD.

    Significant controversies exist on the best practice for endoscopic management of peri-pancreatic fluid collections (PFCs). The aim of this educational video is to provide the viewers with an in-depth discussion in the latest updates and controversies in endoscopic management of PFCs. Particular emphasis has been placed on the following topics including the technical and technological evolution in endoscopic drainage of PFCs, the 2012 Revised Atlanta’s criteria for defining PFCs, the optimal approach for draining pseudocysts, the role of endoscopic drainage in pancreatic necrosis, the technical considerations in endoscopic drainage, the specific stent systems for EUS-guided drainage, the adjunctive measures for successful endoscopic drainage, and management of adverse events.

     

  • Hora:13:00 – 18:000

    • Station 1: Small Bowel imaging (40:00 min)

    Klaus E. Monkemuller, MD, PhD, FASGE, Marzena Zabielski, RN, BSN, Lucia C. Fry, MD, FASGE, and Helmut Neumann, MD, PhD 

    This DVD will allow viewers to understand the techniques, performance and limitations of current methods of small bowel imaging. Participants will be able to master the spectrum of small bowel pathologies and the specific algorithmic approach to the various conditions, such as obscured GI bleeding, inflammatory small bowel diseases, malabsorption, small bowel tumors and polyps. Upon completion of this educational activity, participants will be able to: o Recognize the techniques, performance and limitations of current methods of small bowel imaging. o Describe the spectrum of small bowel pathologies and the specific algorithmic approaches to the various conditions; obscured GI bleeding, inflammatory small bowel diseases, malabsorptions, small bowel tumors and polyps. o Discuss the concept of advance small bowel endoscopic imaging.

    • Station 2: Image Enhanced Endoscopy (36:00min)

    Roy M. Soetikno, MD and Tonya Kaltenbach, MD 

    Topics covered in this high-definition video include, but are not limited to, high-resolution versus high-definition imaging, sprayed dye-based image enhancement versus electronically-enhanced imaging, identification of mucosal patterns and mucosal vascular details highlighted by IEE, and the use of spray catheters and caps in IEE. Also featured are the complementarities of dye spraying and electronic image enhancement in the detection of metaplasia and neoplasia, applications in inflammatory bowel disease, and co-utilization of IEE with advanced mucosal resection techniques.

    • Station 3: The detection, Diagnosis and treatment of superficial Nonpolypoid Barret’s Neoplasia-A Potencial New Approach (25:00min)

    Roy Soetikno, MD, FASGE, Tonya Kaltenbach, MD, FASGE, 
    Noriya Uedo, MD, and Takuji Gotoda, MD VA Palo Alto, Palo Alto CA

    This 25-minute learning video provides new concepts of the detection, diagnosis and treatment of superficial nonpolypoid Barrett’s neoplasia. The concept of the detection of neoplasia using white light endoscopy and image enhanced endoscopy is explained in detail through the use of numerous examples. Similarly, a new concept of the diagnosis of superficial Barrett’s neoplasia using the microvessels and surface findings is described. Technique of using indigo carmine to help define the border of the neoplasia is shown. The video also describes the concept of using the resection and ablation technique in order to perform an oncologic R0 resection and ablate the remaining Barrett’s. This presentation is designed to provide new ideas that hopefully can lead to a renaissance in the detection, diagnosis and treatment of superficial nonpolypoid Barrett’s neoplasia.

    • Station 4: Endoscopic Interpretation and Therapy of Severe Lower GI Bleeding (33:13 min)

    Kaltenbach, MD, Peter B. Kelsey, MD, Kenneth R. McQuaid MD, FASGE 

    Lower gastrointestinal bleeding is common, accounting for approximately 30% of all major GI bleeding. The approach to lower GI bleeding is controversial. Recent studies have shown that urgent colonoscopy can be safe and therapeutic. The purpose of this educational program is to describe the art and science of the endoscopic management of patients with acute severe lower GI bleeding

Viernes 11 de Marzo. Salón Arboleda 2

  • 14:30 -17:00     Simposio Nacional de Clinicas con el Residente.

    Coordinadores de sesión: Raul Cañadas, Alejandro Concha

    Participantes:

    Universidad Nacional – Dr. James Yurgaki
    Moderador Dr. William Otero
    Pontificia Universidad Javeriana- Dra. Catalina Maldonado
    Moderador Dr. Reinaldo Rincón
    Universidad Sanitas – Dr. John Carvajal
    Moderador Dr. Luis Carlos Sabbagh
    Fundación Universitaria de Ciencias de la SaludDr. Hernando Kuan Casas
    Moderador Dr. Areció Peñaloza
    Universidad del Rosario – Dr. Giovanny Hernández
    Moderador Dr. Martin Garzón
    Universidad de Caldas – Dra. Mónica Londoño
    Moderador Dr. Lázaro Arango

    Universidad Militar – Dr. Julián Avendaño
    Moderador Dr. Cristian Flórez
    Instituto Nacional de Cancerología- Dra. Ana Bonilla
    Moderador Dr. Raúl Pinilla
    Universidad CES – Dr. Juan Camilo Ricaurte
    Moderador Dr. Rene Marcelo Escobar

     

SABADO 12 DE MARZO, SALÓN PRINCIPAL

    • 8:00 .8:20     El aspecto gremial de la medicina

    Drs. lvonne Betancur. Femando Arias, Julio Guzmán. Colombia

    • 8:20 • 8:40     Endoscopic documentation

    Dr. Lars Aabaken. Noruega

    • 8:40 . 9:00     Modelos de remuneración para los médicos y las unidades de endoscopia

    Dr. John Vargo. USA

    • 9:00 . 9:20     Aspectos Financieros de un servicio de endoscopia

    Dr. Cecilio Cerisoli. Argentina

    • 9:20 . 9:40     Análisis del costo y la efectividad de los procedimientos endoscopios

    Dr. John Vargo. USA

  • Coordinadores de sesión: Drs. Fabián Emura, Raúl Pinilla

    • 10:00 – 11:00     Este es mi peor Caso:

    Participantes

    • Dr. Nageshwar Reddy, India
    • Dr. Diego Aponte, Colombia
    • Dr. Hisao Tajiri, Japón
    • Dr Fabián Emura, Colombia
    • Dr. Lazaro Arango, Colombia / Dr. Alberto Angel, Colombia
    • Dr. Douglas Faigel, USA
    • Dr. Martín Gómez, Colombia
    • Dr. Raul Pinilla, Colombia
    • 11:00 – 11 :20     Tratamiento endoscópico del divertículo de Zenker

    Dr. Walther Bejarano, Colombia

    • 11:20 – 11:40 Cholangio pancreatoscopy recent advances.

    Dr Nageshwar Reddy, India

    • 11:40 – 12:00     lnnovation of therapeutic endoscopy . What will change  the future of endoscopy with robotic technology?

    Dr Hisao Tajiri, Japón

    • 12:00 – 12:20     Pancreatitis: When to intervene endoscopically

    Dr Douglas Faigel, USA

    • 12:20 – 12:40     Third space endoscopy – new horizons in therapeutic endoscopy

    Dr Nageshwar Reddy. India

     

     

  • Coordinadores de sesión:
    Drs. Martin Gómez, Rómulo Vargas, Pedro Nel Aponte

    • 12:30 – 13:30     Simposio Satélite Boston Lunch Box

    Nuevos Paradigmas en Intervenciones Biliopancreaticas
    Dr. Carlos Robles Medranda, Ecuador

     

    • Coordinadores de sesión:
      Drs. Belén Mendoza- Ricardo Cepeda
    • Premiación del Residente
      Coordinador Dr. Raul Cañadas
    • Premiación del Video Foro
      Coordinador Dr. Jorge Iván Lizarazo
    • Premio a la excelencia ACED.
      Coordinador Dr. Gustavo Reyes.

SABADO 12 DE MARZO. SALÓN ARBOLEDA 1

    • Station 1: Endoscopic Gluing Tecbnique – Cyanoacrylate SuperGlue (24:00)

    Roy M. Soerikno. MD, F.4SGE and Tonya R. Kalrenbacil MD. FASGE

    The DVD, Endoscopic Gluing Technique Using the Cyanoacrylate Super Glue, covers the endoscopic technique of cyanoacrylate glue injection of varices based on current guidelines. The authors will describe and discuss the readily available cyanoacrylate, the details of the glue and endoscope preparation, the pearls of successful injection and the methods to avoid complications. The glue injection is shown primarily for treatment of bleeding gastric varices, as well as demonstrated in the setting of complex esophageal varices and fistulas. Upon completion of this educational activity, participants will be able to: o Name and describe the readily available cyanoacrylate. o Perform successful injection of cyanoacrylate. o Design proper application process to avoid complications

    • Station 2 : Techniques of Hemostasis for Non-variceal Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding (36:00)

    Louis M. Wong Kee Song, MD, Elizabeth Rajan, MD, Christopher J. Gostout, MD, FASGE 

    This video provides an updated review of currently available hemostatic devices and appropriate techniques for their utilization in the management of non-variceal UGI bleeding using the latest treatment paradigms

    • Station 3: Endoscopic Papillectomy for Tumors of MajorDuodenal Papilla

    Tae Yoon Lee, MD, Myung-Hwan Kim, MD, Sang Soo Lee, MD, Dong Wan Seo, MD, and Sung Koo Lee, MD 

    This video provides a comprehensive spectrum of ampullary neoplasms of the papilla of Vater, with detailed video footage of endoscopic resection techniques. Featured in the video are several endoscopic papillary excision methods, their indications, important caveats in pre-excision evaluation, technical issues pertinent to endoscopic excision, follow-up imaging, and complications of endoscopic papillectomy.

    • Station 4: Biliary Access Tecbniques for ERCP: f’rom Basic to Advanced

    Martin L. Freeman, MD, Kapil Gupta, MD, MPH 

    This program offers viewers a comprehensive presentation of biliary cannulation and access techniques for ERCP ranging from basic to very advanced. All of the major techniques for biliary cannulation are presented in detail, including traditional methods, guidewire cannulation, and particular emphasis on newer approaches including pancreatic guidewire and pancreatic stent-assisted techniques. Throughout this DVD, pros and cons, and risks and benefits of each technique are discussed. Adaptation of technique to individual patients and their anatomy is emphasized.

SABADO 12 DE MARZO, SALÓN ARBOLEDA 2

  • Coordinadores de sesión: Sandrá Sánchez, Alberto Donneys

    • 8:00 • 8:10     Palabras de apertura

    Dr. Fabián Emura. Bogota

    • 8:00 . 9:00     El rol de la enfermera en la Sala de Endoscopia: expectativa, buenas practicas y manejo de complicaciones.

    Dr. Carlos Robles. Ecuador

    • 9:00· 10:00     Manejo y cuidados en gastrostomia endoscópica .

    Dr. Alvaro Jalal. Colombia

    • 10:00 – 11 :00     Área de reprocesamiento en la unidad de endoscopia

    lng. Carlos Donneys. Bogotá

    • 11:00 – 12:00     Taller Buenas practicas de manejo en accesorios

    Coordina: Tecnologías Médicas Colombia  S.A.S