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International Congress of Fluorescence Guided Imaging Surgery

RBMI (Revisional Bariatric/Metabolic Interventions)

General Session

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

3:00 - 6:00 pm
Pre-Registration and Check-In

Scientific Papers Session (Non-CME)

Moderators: D. Maron and L. Stocchi

12:25 pm
Welcome
D. Maron, L. Stocchi
12:30 pm
13 Minute Podium Presentations
4:15 pm
Adjourn
Winners will be selected at the event and will be announced in the Colorectal General Session Friday, February 17 at 7:00am.

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

6:30 am
Registration and Continental Breakfast

4th INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF FLUORESCENCE GUIDED IMAGING SURGERY: Achievements and Future Directions of Fluorescence Guided Imaging in Surgery Course

Course Planning Committee: T. Ishizawa; M. Bouvet; and F. Dip

7:30am
Welcome and Introduction
T. Ishizawa / R. Rosenthal

Preoperative Diagnosis

Moderators: M. Bouvet and T. Carus  

7:45 am
Real Time Navigated Anatomic Liver Resection Using Projections Mapping with Indocyanine Green Fluorescence
R. Toda
7:55 am
Future of NIR Guided Surgery
S. Gioux
8:05 am
Cartography and Digital Documentation of Fluorescent Imaging
M. Diana
8:15 am
Panel Discussion / Q & A

Cancer Imaging

Moderators: F. Dip and Y. Urano

8:25 am
Fluorescence-Guided Surgery Based on Cancer Non-Specific Imaging                                       
N. Kokudo, T. Ishizawa
8:35 am
Cancer Specific Imaging with Novel Fluorescence Probes
M. Bouvet
8:45 am
Clinical Translation of Novel Tumor Targeted Fluorescent Agents
A. Vahrmeijer
8:55 am
Tumor Targeted Agents for Real Time Guidance during HPB Surgery
S. Mieog
9:05 am
In Vivo Rapid Cancer Imaging using Small Molecule-based Fluorogenic Probes
Y. Urano
9:15 am
Surgical and Pathological Tumor Mapping Using Fluorescent Labeled Antibodies
J. Warram
9:25 am
Panel Discussion / Q & A
9:35 am
Break

Perfusion Assessment

Moderators: F. Dip and M. Diana

10:05 am
Bowel Perfusion Assessment Using Fluorescence Imaging in Colorectal Surgery
S. Wexner
10:15 am
Perfusion Control (Colon and Rectum)
L. Boni
10:25 am
Fluorescence Guided Laparoscopic Construction of Gastric Tube for Gastric Pull Up
S. Schneider
10:35 am
Fluorescence Perfusion Assessment, Algoritham, Algorithm
N. Nerup
10:45 am
Perfusion Evaluation in Sleeves Gastrectomy
F. Elli
10:55 am
Perfusion Evaluation in the Digestive Track to Reduce Incidence of Anastomotic Leak
T. Carus
11:05 am
Intraoperative Fluorescence Image Guidance for Laparoscopic Liver Resection  
T. Aoki
11:15 am
Near Infrared Guided Adrenalectomy                                                                                           
D. Sinagra, F. Dip, Rosenthal
11:25 am
Panel Discussion / Q & A
11:45 am
Lunch (dessert & coffee/tea served in exhibit hall)

Sentinel Nodes Mapping

Moderators: L. Boni and G. Spinoglio  

12:45 pm
Theoretical and Technical Applicability of Cancer Surgery based on Sentinel-Nodes Mapping
G. Spinoglio
12:55 pm
Role of ICG-Fluorescence Guided Surgery in the Detection of Peritoneal Carcinomatos 
and of SLN Detection
G. Liberale
1:05 pm
Sentinel Node Mapping Using a Fluorescent Dye and Visible Light During Laparoscopic
Gastrectomy for Early Gastric Cancer
C. Min Lee
1:15 pm
Fluorescence Node Tracking for Rectal Cancer
R. Cahill
1:25 pm
Use of Fluorescence for SLN in Melanoma and Breast Cancer
F. Dip, J. Falco, R. Rosenthal
1:35 pm
Current Status of NIR Guided Lymphography
M. Amore
1:45 pm
Gastric Sentinel Node Mapping
S. Sherwinter
1:55 pm
Panel Discussion / Q & A

Role of Fluorescence Cholangiographyin Preventing Common Bile Duct Injuries

Moderators: R. Rosenthal and F. Dip  

2:15 pm
Development History of Fluorescence Cholangiography
T. Ishizawa 
2:25 pm
Role of Fluorescence Cholangiography in Cholecystectomy
F. Dip
2:35 pm
Routine or Selective Use of Fluorescent Cholangiography            
T. Carus
2:45 pm
Fluorescent Cholangiography in Difficult Scenarios          
L. Bon
2:55 pm
Comparative Study to Detail Accuracy of ICG vs. IOC
J. van den Bos
3:05 pm
Management of Common Bile Duct Injuries – Does Cholangiography Decrease the Degree of the Injury?
M. Walsh
3:15 pm
Panel Discussion / Q & A
4:00 pm
Break and Exhibits

Advances in Imaging Systems and Imaging Agents – Novel Applications

Moderators: J. Falco and E. Berber  

4:25 pm
Application of the Medical Imaging Projection System, a New Device, Using Projection
Mapping with ICG Fluorescence to Partial Liver Resection
H. Nishino
4:35 pm
pH Responsive Nanotransistors for Fluorescent Surgical Imaging
B. Sumer
4:45 pm
Identification of Parathyroid Using PINPOINT
E. Berber
4:55 pm
Experience with Auto Fluorescence in Thyroid Surgery and Parathyroid Surgery
J. Falco, F. Dip, R. Rosenthal
5:05 pm
Clinical Translation of the Computer-Based Perfusion Assessment
M.Diana
5:15 pm
Tumor Identification using Fluorescence imaging: Comparison of Two Imaging Systems
K. Kobayashi  
5:25 pm
Topically Applied Imaging Agents to Allow Real Time Identification of Tumor Margins
J. Basilion
5:35 pm
Panel Discussion / Q & A

Special Lecture

Moderator: N. Kokudo  

5:55 pm
Preclinical Safety Trials Needed for Use of Novel Diagnostic Fluorescence Agents in First-in-Human Studies
A. Vahrmeijer

Presidential Address and Business Meeting

Presenter: M. Bouvet  

6:25 pm
Presidential Address and Business Meeting
M. Bouvet
6:45 pm
Adjourn

Tuesday, February 14, 2017 

Scientific Papers Session (Non-CME)

Moderators: D. Maron and L. Stocchi

12:25 pm
Welcome
D. Maron, L. Stocchi
12:30 pm
13 Minute Podium Presentations
4:15 pm
Adjourn
Winners will be selected at the event and will be announced in the Colorectal General Session Friday, February 17 at 7:00am.

Thursday, February 16, 2017 

6:30 am
Registration and Continental Breakfast

16TH ANNUAL SURGERY OF THE FOREGUT SYMPOSIUM
Pancreas, Liver and Biliary Tree

Symposium Co-Director: M. Walsh
Course Planning Member: C. Simpfendorfer

HPB Session 1: Acute Pancreatitis

Moderators: M. Walsh and C. Simpfendorfer  

   7:15 am
Radiologic Assessment of SAP, Severe Acute Pancreatitis and Pearls of Successful Percutaneous Drainage
A. Parlade
   7:30 am
Endoscopic Approaches to Endoscopic Drainage of WON, Walled Off Necrosis
T. Stevens
7:45am
Surgical Treatment of Pancreatic Necrosis
C. Simpfendorfer
8:00am
Surgical Technique for Minimal Access Approach to Surgical Debridement (VIDEO)
M. Walsh
8:15am
Panel Discussion / Q & A

HPB Session 2: Pancreatic Cancer

Moderators: C. Simpfendorfer and S. Chalikonda  

8:30 am
Neoadjuvant Strategies for Pancreatic Cancer
B. Estfan
8:45 am
Surgical Approaches to Locally Advanced Pancreatic Cancer
S. Chalikonda
9:00 am
Introducing New Technologies in the Current Healthcare Environment
S. Chalikonda
9:15 am
Surgical Technique for Distal Pancreatectomy (VIDEO)
C. Simpfendorfer
9:30 am
Technique of Reconstruction in Pancreaticoduodenectomy
J. Izbicki
9:45 am
Panel Discussion / Q & A
10:00 am
Coffee Break and Exhibits

Robert Hermann Lecture

Moderator and Introduction: M. Walsh

10:20 am
Past, Present and Future of Surgical Endoscopy. A Pioneer’s Prospective
J. Ponsky

HPB Session 3: Combined Symposium: Colorectal Cancer Liver Metastases

Moderators: M. Walsh and C. Simpfendorfer  

11:15 am
Clinical Debate: Synchronous Liver Colorectal Metastases

Liver First Strategy 
S. Chalikonda

Colon First Strategy
C. Simpfendorfer

Synchronous Resection Strategy
C. Miller
11:15 am
Advances in Chemotherapy for Liver Metastases
B. Estfan
11:45 am
Vanishing Liver Metastases with Neoadjuvant Therapy: Now What?
C. Miller
12:00 pm
ALPs vs Portal Venous Embolization: Is One Superior?
C. Miller
12:15 pm
Panel Discussion / Q & A
12:30 pm
Lunch (dessert & coffee/tea served in exhibit hall)

Malignant Esophageal Disorders

Moderator: R. Bueno and J. Luketich

1:30 pm
Minimally Invasive Approach for Esophageal Cancer
R. Bueno
1:45 pm
Multimodal Approach of Esophageal Cancer in Europe
J. Izbicki
2:00 pm
Salvage Esophagectomy
R. Bueno
2:15 pm
Panel Discussion / Q & A

Benign Disease and Motility Disorders of the Esophagus

Moderator: R. Bueno and R. Rosenthal

2:30 pm
Diaphragmatic Hernias and Intrathoracic Stomach
R. Rosenthal
2:45 pm
Pro: POEM for Achalasia
J. Ponsky
3:00 pm
Con: Heller-Dor for Achalasia
R. Bueno
3:15 pm
Management of Complex Situations of the GE Junctions
R. Rosenthal
3:30 pm
Panel Discussion / Q & A
3:45 pm
Break and Exhibits

Abdominal Wall Hernias

Moderators: M. Rosen and S. Szomstein  

4:15 pm
Component Separation: When and How.
M.Rosen
4:30 pm
Parastomal Hernias
S. Szomstein
4:45 pm
Lumbar Hernias
E. Lo Menzo
5:00 pm
Inguinal Hernias. Best Approach is Laparoscopy.
S. Szomstein
5:15 pm
Inguinal Hernias: Best Approach is Opne
M. Rosen
5:30 pm
Ventral Hernias: When is Laparoscopic Approach Indicated?
E. Lo Menzo
5:45 pm
Panel Discussion / Q & A
6:00 pm
Adjourn

Friday, February 17, 2017 

6:45 am
Registration and Continental Breakfast
7:00 am
Paper Session Winners Presentation (Non-CME)

BARIATRIC SURGERY International Consensus Sessions: Revisional Bariatric / Metabolic Interventions (RBMI)

Session Planning Members: K. Higa and E. De Maria

7:45 am
Introductions
R. Rosenthal, E. De Maria

Session 1: Critical Topics in RBMI and the Consensus Process

Moderators: E. DeMaria and R. Rosenthal  

8:00 am
Review of the 1st ICC-RBMI Results – What did we Learn and what progress have we made? Developments in RBMI since 2015.  Getting started with the 2nd ICC-RBMI: Setting the goals for the 2nd ICC.  Pre-meeting Survey results and goals for the 2nd ICC-RBMI.  Testing the Audience Response System Methodology and Definition for Consensus                
E. DeMaria
8:30 am
Developing, Promoting and Maintaining Standards for Primary Bariatric Procedures: Role of Professional Societies and Current Status
S. Brethauer
8:40 am
Why is the Prevalence of RBMI Increasing Dramatically?
C. Boza
8:50 am
Mechanisms of bariatric surgery including physiology, genetics and microbiome.  Are Restriction and Malabsorption Outdated Concepts in Bariatric Surgery and Should be Abandoned?
D. Cummings
9:15 am
Q & A by Experts / Audience with the Goal of Identifying Areas of Consensus Versus Controversy
E. DeMaria
J. Morton
S. Brethauer
K. Kasama
R. Blackstone
J. Greve
10:00 am
Break & Exhibits

The Walter Pories Annual Lecture

Moderator: R. Rosenthal  

10:30 am
A Bariatric Revision Surgeon's Perspective on Core Issues Affecting Our Specialty
E. DeMaria

Research in RBMI: Ethical Questions and Future Directions...

Moderators: R. Rosenthal and J. Morton

11:30 am
Panel Discussion: Q & A by Experts / Audience with Goal of Identifying Areas of Consensus Versus Controversy
R. Rosenthal
J. Morton
M. Roslin
M. Hutter
A. Wittgrove
D. Cummings
B. Wolfe
12:00 pm
Lunch (dessert & coffee/tea served in exhibit hall)

Session 2: In Depth Analysis of Gastric Banding and Stapling Procedures without Intestinal Component (including adjustable banding, gastroplasty, vertical banded gastroplasty and vertical sleeve gastrectomy).  

Subsection A: Analysis of the Above Procedures as Primary Bariatric Procedures

Moderators: B. Wolfe and M. Murr  
1:00 pm
Debate 1: Banding and Stapling Procedures (excluding sleeve) without an Intestinal Component are not Durable Long Term and Should No Longer be Done
Pro: A. Wittgrove
Con: J. Greve
1:30 pm
Update on Technical Standards for Performance of Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy: What is Safe and Accepted According to the Evidence and/or Consensus Opinion?
R. Rosenthal
1:45 pm
Debate 2: The Sleeve is Different and will provide to be Durable Long Term and Therefore should not be Grouped with the Above Procedure of Questionable Value
Pro: H. Billy
Con: R. Blackstone
2:15 pm
Q & A by Experts / Audience with the Goal of Identifying Areas of Consensus
Versus Controversy
M. Murr
A. Wittgrove
M. Gagner
J. Himpens
R. Rosenthal
H. Billy
3:00 pm
Break and Exhibits
Subsection B: Analysis of RBMI Strategies and Outcomes Following the Above Procedures. Reviewing of Current Literature Regarding Indications and Outcomes of RBMI for Both Complications and Weight Regain.

Moderators: S. Mattar and J. Greve
3:30 pm
Evidence Based RBMI Sp/ Adjustable Gastric Banding or VBG
M. Suter
4:00 pm
Evidence Based RBMI Following Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy
R. Weiner
4:30 pm
Panel Discussion: Q & A by Experts / Audience with the Goal of Identifying Areas Of Consensus versus Controversy
S. Mattar
M. Suter
R. Weiner
G. Campos
M. Herrera
5:30 pm
Adjourn

Saturday, February 18, 2017 

7:00 am
Registration and Continental Breakfast

BARIATRIC SURGERY
International Consensus Sessions: Revisional Bariatric / Metabolic Interventions (RBMI)

Session Planning Members: E. De Maria K. Higa

Session 3: Gastric Bypass Procedure (GBP)

Subsection A: What are the Current Standards for Technical Performance of Various Methods of Primary Gastric Bypass and what are the Long Term Outcomes? Review of Current Literature

Moderators: S. Brethauer and E. DeMaria

8:00 am
Standard Gastric Bypass
K. Kim
8:10 am
Long Limb and Distal Gastric Bypass
R. Brolin
8:20 am
Banded GBP
M. Fobi
8:30 am
Single Anastomosis GBP
JM. Chevallier
8:40 am
Panel Discussion:  Q&A by Experts/Audience with Goal of Identifying Areas of Consensus versus Controversy
S. Brethauer
jM. Chevallier
M. Fobi
K. Kasama
R. Brolin
K. Kim

Subsection B: RBMI Issues Related to GBP

Moderators: K. Kasama and J. Kim  

9:10 am
Evidence Based Indications and Outcomes of Conversion of other Primary Procedures to GBP
P. Schauer
9:25 am
Review of Current Literature Regarding Outcomes of RBMI following GBP
K. Higa
9:40 am
Distalization for Weight Regain after GBP – What are the Standards and is it Safe and Effective?
T. Fullum
9:55 am
Panel Discussion:  Q&A by Experts/Audience with Goal of Identifying Areas of Consensus versus Controversy
K Kim
R. Brolin
P. Schauer
T. Fullum
S. Scott
K. Kasama
10:30 am
Break and Exhibits

Session 4: Biliopancreatic Diversion (BPD) with or without Duodenal Switch (DS)

Moderators: A. Torres and R. BlackstoneM. Roslin and R. Weiner  

11:00 am
Review of Current Literature Regarding Standards and Outcomes of Primary BPD+DS
M. Gagner
11:15 am
Review of Current Literature Regarding Outcomes of RBMI after BPD+DS: When is it
Required, What is Required and What are the Results?
J. Himpens
11:30 am
Evidence Based Analysis of BPD/DS as a RBMI Following Other Primary Procedures:
Is it the New Gold Standard?
M. Roslin
11:45 am
Technical Aspects and Outcomes of Single Anastomosis BPD/DS: What is the Evidence?
A. Torres
12:00 pm
Panel Discussion: Q & A by Experts / Audience with the Goal of Identifying Areas Of Consensus versus Controversy
R. Blackstone
A. Torres
M. Roslin
M. Gagner
J. Himpens
P. Schauer
12:30 pm
Lunch

Session 5: Endoscopic and Future Directions in RBMI 

Subsection A: Endoscopic Bariatric Procedures and Their Role in RBMI

Moderators: A. Pryor and N. Zundel 
1:30 pm
Endoscopic Primary Bariatric / Metabolic Interventions: Current Status and Evidence
M. Galvao
1:45 pm
Evidence Based Analysis of Indications and Outcomes for Endoscopic Interventions
After GBP
N. Zundel
2:00 pm
Panel Discussion: Q & A by Experts / Audience with the Goal of Identifying Areas Of Consensus versus Controversy. Electronic Polling of Experts and Audience Regarding Key Questions.
A. Pryor
M. Galvao
N. Zundel
H. Billy
C. Boza
J. Greve
2:30 pm
Break

Subsection B: Rapid Fire Session on Moving RBMI Forward – Opinions Regarding Future Directions

Part A

Moderators: T. Fullum and K. Kasama

3:00 pm
Is RBMI a Subspecialty of Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery?  Does it Require Special Surgeon / Staff Training / Expertise and Specialized Care Centers?
S. Mattar
3:10 pm
What the Rush? Is it Urgent that we Understand Evidence Based Strategies for RBMI
A. Ramos
3:20 pm
Are there Clinical Research Topics that must be Addressed Now and Should Have Top Priority Regarding RBMI?
M. Murr
3:30 pm
International Issues Regarding RBMI- Medical Tourism, International Collaboration and Suggestions to Move Forward
M. Herrera
3:40 pm
Panel Discussion: Q & A by Experts / Audience with the Goal of Identifying Areas
of Consensus versus Controversy
T. Fullum
M. Herrera
M. Murr
K. Kasama
S. Mattar
A. Ramos

Part B

Moderators: R. Weiner and G. Campos 

4:10 pm
State of the Literature for RBMI Procedures: What are our Deficiencies and How can we Remedy Them?
M. Hutter
4:20 pm
Publication of RBMI Results: Should we Consider Developing a Journal of RBMI?
S. Scott
4:30 pm
The Top Priority from the 1st ICC-RBMI: International Data Collection- How do we
Move this Forward?  Can Existing Data Collection Efforts Suffice?  Developing Revision Modules vs. a Dedicated RBMI Data Registry?
J. Morton
4:40 pm
Panel Discussion: Q & A by Experts / Audience with the Goal of Identifying Areas
Of Consensus versus Controversy                                                                                             
G. Campos
J. Morton
S. Scott
C. Boza
M. Hutter
R. Weiner
5:30 pm
Adjourn

 

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