PROGRAM – THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2018

14.00

FUJIFILM SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM

Progress in endoscopic diagnosis of early GI neoplasia
Chair: H. Messmann, Augsburg; P. Fockens, Amsterdam

14.00

How can we improve endoscopic evaluation of Barrett’s esophagus?
S. Seewald, Zurich

14.15

Detection and characterization of early gastric lesions

How to apply Japanese experience to the West?
F. Emura, Bogotá

What can we expect from advanced imaging?
M. Dinis-Ribeiro, Porto

14.45

Classification of early colorectal lesions: what is important in daily practice?

  • Japanese view
    Y. Saito, Tokio
  • European view
    T. Ponchon, Lyon
15.15 Round table discussion:
Clinical benefit from modern endoscopic imaging
15.30 End of the satellite symposium
  Registration required
Limited seats, registration upon availability
No credits provided
Language: English and German with simultaneous translation
The symposium takes place in room Mauritius on the first floor
   

16.00

OLYMPUS SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM

Present and future role of advanced therapeutic endoscopy
Chair: M. Bourke, Sydney; H. Neuhaus, Düsseldorf

16.00 Introduction
16.05 Endoscopic resection of early GI cancers
N. Yahagi, Tokyo
16.20 Endoscopic and/or laparoscopic treatment of gastric subepithelial lesions
P. W. Y. Chiu, Hong Kong
16.35 Transpapillary and/or transluminal biliary access
R. Hawes, Orlando
16.50 ERCP- and/or cholangioscopy guided removal of bile duct stones
N. Reddy, Hyderabad
17.05 Endoscopic and/or endosonographic creation of anastomoses
J. H. Moon, Seoul
17.20 EUS guided treatment of pancreatic diseases
J. Devière, Brussels
17.35 Round table discussion:
Advanced therapeutic endoscopy: for whom and by whom?
18.00 End of the satellite symposium
  Registration required
No credits provided
Limited seats, registration upon availability
Language: English and German with simultaneous translation
The symposium takes place in room Mauritius on the first floor

 

PROGRAM – FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2018

07.00

MEDTRONIC SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM

Progress in GI endoscopy
Chair: G. Costamagna, Rome; A. Dechêne, Essen

07.00 Capsules for endoscopic diagnosis and surveillance of IBD?
H. Neumann, Mainz
07.15

Challenging cases in Barrett’s: what to do?

Implementation of guidelines into clinical practice
O. Pech, Regensburg

Residual or recurrent neoplasias after endotherapy
H. Messmann, Augsburg

07.45 Biliopancreatic EUS guided FNA/FNB: in whom and how?
T. Rösch, Hamburg
08.00 Questions and answers
08.15 End of the satellite symposium
  Registration required
Limited seats, registration upon availability
No credits provided
Language: English, no simultaneous translation
The symposium takes place in room Mauritius on the first floor
   
   
08.30 INTRODUCTION

08.40

LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS I

Chair: G. Costamagna, Rome; A. Dechêne, Essen; M. De Pater, Amsterdam;
H. Neuhaus, Düsseldorf; N. Reddy, Hyderabad; N. Yahagi, Tokyo; P. Zhou, Shanghai
10.15 Coffee break, visit to the industry exhibition
10.45

1st MINI - SYMPOSIUM

Endoscopic treatment of obesity and metabolic diseases
Chair: A. Dechêne, Essen; P. Fockens, Amsterdam

10.45 Endocrinologist’s perspective
S. Martin, Düsseldorf
11.00 Interventions for obesity
G. Costamagna, Rome
11.15 Metabolic endoscopy for diabetes and/or NAFL/NASH
J. Devière, Brussels
11.30 Questions and answers

11.45

LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS II

Chair: M. Bourke, Sydney; J. Devière, Brussels; R. Hawes, Orlando; G. Rettig, Berlin;
T. Rösch, Hamburg; Y. Saito, Tokyo; H. Tajiri, Tokio

13.00 Lunch, visit to the industry exhibition

14.15

LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS III

Chair: M. Dinis-Ribeiro, Porto; F. Emura, Bogotá; S. Faiss, Hamburg;
J. H. Moon, Seoul; G. S. Nyström, Stockholm; J.-F. Rey, Saint-Laurent-du-Var;
H.-J. Schulz, Berlin
15.45 Coffee break, visit to the industry exhibition

16.15

2nd MINI-SYMPOSIUM

Endoscopic management of cholangiocarcinoma
Chair: F. Hagenmüller, Hamburg; W. Hartwig, Düsseldorf; J.H. Moon, Seoul

16.15 Diagnostic endoscopix approach: role of ERCP, cholangioscopy, EUS
R. Hawes, Orlando
16.30

Preoperative and palliative biliary stenting: selection criteria, methods, outcomes

ERCP guided approach
T. Rösch, Hamburg

Interventional EUS
P. Fockens, Amsterdam

17.00 Endolumenal tumor ablation: when and how?
N. Reddy, Hyderabad
17.15 Questions and answers
   

16.15

SYMPOSIUM FOR NURSES

Registration required; Language: German, no simultaneous translation
The symposium takes place in room Mauritius on the first floor.

Chair: U. Pfeifer, Düsseldorf; H.-J. Schulz, Berlin; H.R. Tillgaard, Aabenraa

16.15 Endotherapy of upper GI bleeding: at what time and how?
S. Seewald, Zurich
16.35 Benign gastrointestinal stenoses: bougie, balloon and/or stent?
S. Faiss, Hamburg
16.55 Effective and safe removal of bile duct stones: tips, tricks, evidence
A. Dechêne, Essen
17.15 Resection of colorectal polyps: role of novel techniques and devices
H. Messmann, Augsburg
17.35 Current and future role of nurses in endoscopy
U. Pfeifer, Düsseldorf
18.00 End of the symposium for nurses
   

17.30

SNACK WITH THE EXPERTS

Breakout sessions for case-based discussions
Registration required; Language: English, no simultaneous translation
The sessions take place in the rooms on the first floor.
 

A) Esophageal and gastric motility disorders: evidence-based treatment in 2018
T. Beyna; G. Costamagna, P. Fockens, P. Zhou

B) Focal lesions in Barrett’s esophagus: characterization and treatment
M. Dinis-Ribeiro; S. Faiss, S. Seewald

C) Duodenal and papillary adenomas: when and how to resect/ablate?
F. Emura; H. Messmann, P.W.Y. Chiu, N. Yahagi

D) Malignant biliary obstruction: a multidisciplinary approach
A. Dechêne; W. Hartwig, J.H. Moon, H. Neuhaus

E) Fluid collections in acute pancreatitis: optimizing interventional therapy
J. Devière; R. Hawes, N. Reddy, H.-J. Schulz

F) Colorectal adenomas and SSA: increase your detection rate!
F. Hagenmüller; T. Ponchon, J.-F. Rey, H. Tajiri

G) Early rectal neoplasia: methods and limitations of endotherapy
M. Bourke; T. Rösch, Y. Saito

18.30 End of the first day of the symposium
   
   

PROGRAM – SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2018

08.30

3rd MINI-SYMPOSIUM

Early esophagogastric junction carcinoma: interdisciplinary challenges
Chair: F. Emura, Bogotá; H. Neuhaus, Düsseldorf
08.30 Detection, characterization and staging: role of endoscopy/EUS
S. Faiss, Hamburg
08.45 Indications, techniques and limitations of endoscopic treatment
M. Dinis-Ribeiro, Porto
09.00 Role of laparoscopy, thoracoscopy and robot-controlled surgery
P.W.Y. Chiu, Hong Kong
09.15 Questions and answers

09.35

STATE - OF - THE - ART TANDEM LECTURE

Chair: P. Fockens, Amsterdam

The future of globalization of advanced endoscopy
J.-F. Rey, Saint-Laurent-du-Var
H. Tajiri, Tokyo

10.00 Coffee break, visit of the industry exhibition

10.30

LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS IV

Chair: P.W.Y. Chiu, Hong Kong; P. Fockens, Amsterdam; F. Hagenmüller, Hamburg;
H. Messmann, Augsburg; T. Ponchon, Lyon; S. Seewald, Zurich; H.R. Tillgaard, Aabenraa

12.35

STATE - OF - THE - ART LECTURE

Chair: Y. Saito, Tokyo

Evidence based approach to sessile colorectal neoplasias
M. Bourke, Sydney

12.55 Lunch, visit of the industry exhibition

13.35

LIVE PROCEDURES OF THE 19TH AND 20TH SYMPOSIUM :
OUTCOMES AND NEXT STEPS

Chair: G. Costamagna, Rome; H.- J. Schulz, Berlin
J. Kandler, Düsseldorf; P. Reinecke, Düsseldorf

14.00

4th MINI-SYMPOSIUM

New technologies
Chair: J. Devière, Brussels; R. Hawes, Orlando; T. Beyna, Düsseldorf

14.00 Artificial intelligence in endoscopy
J.-F. Rey, Saint-Laurent-du-Var
14.16 Full thickness resection of colorectal and duodenal lesions
T. Ponchon, Lyon
14.32 Frontiers of translumenal endoscopy
P. Zhou, Shanghai
14.48 ESD: improving countertraction and closure of defects
N. Yahagi, Tokyo
15.04 SEMS for benign biliopancreatic stenoses: evidence and research
N. Reddy, Hyderabad
15.20 Progress in biliopancreatic endoscopy
J. H. Moon, Seoul
15.40 End of the symposium
   
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