Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand surgical decision making and treatment of severe obesity and diabetes using modifications of existing bariatric surgical interventions.
  2. Understand outcomes and complications related to new modified operative bariatric and metabolic surgical techniques.
  3. Understand key components of an effective patient selection for these new prcedures.

1:30pm Welcome and Introductions
Michel Gagner, MD; Shinil Shah, DO
1:35pm Long Term Results of Single Anastomosis Gastric Bypass
Cesare Peraglie, MD FACS FASCRS
1:40pm Long Term Results of Single Anastomosis Duodeno-lleostomy
Andres Sanchez-Pernaute, MD
1:55pm Why a Common Channel of 300cm if 250cm is Fine?
Mitchell S Roslin, MD FASMBS
2:05pm Debates
2:15pm Weight Regain After Sleeve Gastrectomy-SADI/SAGB
Andre Teixeira, MD
2:25pm Weight Regain After Sleeve Gastrectomy-SADI/SAGB
Helmuth Billy, MD
2:35pm Discussion
2:45pm Complication- Acid and/or Bile Reflux After SAGB/SADI
Helmuth Billy, MD; Daniel Cottam, MD
2:55pm Complication- Acid and/or Bile Reflux After SAGB/SADI
Daniel Cottam, MD
3:05pm Discussion
3:15pm Break
3:45pm Leaks and SAGB
Chris Cobourn, MD
3:55pm Leaks and SADI
Paul Enochs, MD
4:05pm Discussion
4:15pm Traditional DS Versus SADI, versus SAGB for Type-2 Diabetes
Ranjan Sudan, MD; Joshua Roller, MD
4:45pm Other Pylorus Preserving Techniques, Do We Need Them? Biparthition vs. SASI
Sergio Santoro, MD
5:15pm Question and Answer
TBA Adjourn