PROGRAMM

TURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2020

14.00
FUJIFILM SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM
Progress in the diagnosis of early GI neoplasia
Chair: P. Fockens, Amsterdam; T. Rösch, Hamburg
14.00
Introduction
14.05
Detection of suspicious lesions in the upper and lower GIT
A. Repici, Milan
14.25
How and why should we characterize early GI neoplasias?
Esophagus
A. May, Offenbach
Stomach
M. Dinis-Ribeiro, Porto
Colorectum
R. Bisschops, Leuven
15.10
Round table discussion
15.30
End of the satellite symposium
Registration required
Limited seats, registration according to availability
No credits provided
Language: English and German with simultaneous translation Room Mauritius on the first floor
14.30
OLYMPUS FORUM
Interdisciplinary forum on infection control in endoscopy
Chair: M. Jung, Frankfurt; S. Kauertz, Dortmund
14.30
Current situation for reprocessing of endoscopes
– from the viewpoint of the endoscopist
M. Jung, Frankfurt
– from the viewpoint of hospital hygiene
M. Pietsch, Mainz
15.30
Endoscope reprocessing in the center of sterilization
K. Wiese, Dortmund
16.00
Agents and procedures for endoscope reprocessing
G. Merk, Hamburg
16.30
Coffee break
16.50
Reprocessing of endoscopes valves or disposables devices?
S. Kauertz, Dortmund
17.10
Update on automated endoscope reprocessing
T. Brümmer, Hamburg
17.40
Round table discussion, questions and answers
18.15
End of the satellite symposium
Registration required
Limited seats, registration according to availability
No credits provided
Language: German, no simultaneous translation
Room Moskau on the first floor
16.00
OLYMPUS SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM
Endoscopy in the new decade: what can we expect?
Chair: R. Hawes, Orlando; H. Neuhaus, Düsseldorf
16.00
Introduction
16.05
What will novel endoscopes accomplish?
J. Devière, Brussels
16.20
What does artificial intelligence mean for the future of endoscopic imaging?
Y. Mori, Yokohama
16.35
How can we improve resection of early GI cancers?
A. Meining, Würzburg
16.50
Which patient will benefit from progress in submucosal endoscopy and NOTES?
N. Reddy, Hyderabad
17.05
How to increase efficacy and safety of ERCP?
G. Costamagna, Rome
17.20
How will interventional EUS influence management of biliopancreatic
T. Itoi, Tokyo
17.35
Round table discussion
18.00
End of the satellite symposium
Registration required
Limited seats, registration according to availability
No credits provided
Language: English and German with simultaneous translation
Room Mauritius on the first floor

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2020

07.00
MEDTRONIC SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM
Impact of new technologies on quality in endoscopy
Chair: T. Hucl, Prague; H. Messmann, Augsburg
07.00
New tools for diagnostic and therapeutic colonoscopy
A. Repici, Milan
07.20
Novel biodegradable stents for biliopancreatic procedures
N. Reddy, Hyderabad
07.40
Optimized accessories for EUS-guided tissue acquisition and interventions
S. Varadarajulu, Orlando
08.00
Questions and answers
08.15
End of the satellite symposium
Registration required
Limited seats, registration according to availability
No credits provided
Language: English, no simultaneous translation
Room Mauritius on the first floor
08.30
INTRODUCTION
08.40
LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS I
Chair: R. Bisschops, Leuven; G. Costamagna, Rome; R. Hawes, Orlando; M. Mangold, Garmisch-Partenkirchen; H. Neuhaus, Düsseldorf; J. Pohl, Hamburg; N. Yahagi, Tokyo
10.15
Coffee break
10.45
1ST MINI-SYMPOSIUM
Duodenal adenomas and subepithelial lesions
Chair: M. Dinis-Ribeiro, Porto; A. May, Offenbach
10.45
Diagnostic approach and indications for treatment
T. Hucl, Prague
11.00
Optimizing endoscopic resection
Polypectomy, EMR, FTR
H. Messmann, Augsburg
Role of ESD and prevention of complications
N. Yahagi, Tokyo
11.30
Questions and answers
11.45
LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS II
Chair: M. Jung, Frankfurt; A. Meining, Würzburg; Y. Mori, Yokohama; N. Reddy, Hyderabad; A. Repici, Milan; G. Rettig, Berlin; T. Rösch, Hamburg
13.00
Lunch
14.10
LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS III
Chair: J. Devière, Brussels; P. Fockens, Amsterdam; S. Kauertz, Dortmund; H. Messmann, Augsburg; H.-J. Schulz, Berlin; S. Varadarajulu, Orlando; P. Zhou, Shanghai
15.45
Coffee break
16.15
2ND MINI-SYMPOSIUM
Biliopancreatic endoscopy 2020: evidence-based and personalized approach
Chair: J. Devière, Brussels; F. Hagenmüller, Hamburg; W. Hartwig, Düsseldorf
16.15
Management of bile duct stones
R. Hawes, Orlando
16.30
ERCP- versus EUS-guided biliary drainage
T. Itoi, Tokyo
16.45
Options and limits of endoscopic therapy of chronic pancreatitis
G. Costamagna, Rom
17.00
Questions and answers
16.15
SYMPOSIUM FOR NURSES
Registration required; Language: German, no simultaneous translation
Room Mauritius on the first floor
Chair: R. Landschoof, Düsseldorf; H.-J. Schulz, Berlin
16.15
How to treat severe upper GI bleeding in a team?
J. Pohl, Hamburg
16.30
How to organize emergency services in endoscopy?
U. Pfeifer, Düsseldorf
16.45
How to integrate functional diagnostics by nurses in the endoscopy unit?
M. Mangold, Garmisch-Partenkirchen
17.00
Nurse endoscopists in the Netherlands: a success story?
L. van Gestel, Helmond
17.15
Round table discussion:
Endoscopy nurses/assistants in Germany: where is the journey going to?
S. Faiss, Berlin; P. Hüttl, Munich; S. Kaulich, Berlin; U. Pfeifer, Düsseldorf
17.50
End of the symposium for nurses
17.30
SNACK WITH THE EXPERTS
Breakout sessions: no formal lectures but case-based discussions
Registration requiredLimited seats, registration according to availability
Language: English, no simultaneous translationEnglisch, keine simultane Übersetzung
Rooms on the first floor
A) Esophageal and gastric motility disorders: POEM and its variants
G. Costamagna, P. Fockens, T. Rösch
B) Iatrogenic endoscopic perforation: rational management
F. Hagenmüller, J. Pohl, P. Zhou
C) Obesity and metabolic syndrome: endoscopic treatment
J. Devière, R. Hawes, A. Meining
D) Hilar strictures: diagnostic and therapeutic approach
T. Itoi, H. Neuhaus, N. Reddy
E) Pancreatic fluid collection: an algorithmic approach
T. Beyna, T. Hucl, S. Varadarajulu
F) Colorectal ESD and FTR: standard techniques and new tools
H. Messmann, A. Repici, N. Yahagi
G) IBD: surveillance and management of focal lesions
Bisschops, M. Dinis-Ribeiro, A. May, Y. Mori
18.30
End of the first day of the symposium

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2020

08.30
3RD MINI-SYMPOSIUM
Future management of early colorectal neoplasia
Chair: R. Hawes, Orlando; N. Yahagi, Tokyo; H. Neuhaus, Düsseldorf
08.30
Artificial intelligence in diagnostics: who will benefit?
Y. Mori, Yokohama
08.45
Characterization of lesions: which criteria for what?
T. Rösch, Hamburg
09.00
Endoscopic resection: what can we expect from new technologies?
A. Repici, Milan
09.15
Round table discussion
09.40
STATE-OF-THE-ART LECTURE
Chair: S. Varadarajulu, Orlando
How important is evidence-based practice in endoscopy?
P. Fockens, Amsterdam
10.00
Coffee break
10.30
LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS IV
Chair: M. Dinis-Ribeiro, Porto; S. Faiss, Berlin; L. van Gestel, Helmond; F. Hagenmüller, Hamburg; T. Hucl, Prague; T. Itoi, Tokyo; A. May, Offenbach
12.35
STATE-OF-THE-ART LECTURE
Chair: A. May, Offenbach
Update on management of Barrett’s esophagus
R. Bisschops, Leuven
12.55
Lunch
13.35
Live procedures of the 21st and 22nd Symposium: outcomes and next steps
Chair: H.-J. Schulz, Berlin; J. Kandler, Düsseldorf; P. Reinecke, Düsseldorf
14.00
4TH MINI-SYMPOSIUM
New technologies
Chair: M. Dinis-Ribeiro, Porto; T. Beyna, Düsseldorf
14.00
FTR versus STER for gastric subepithelial lesions
P. Zhou, Shanghai
14.16
Endoscopic suturing: techniques and clinical applications
J. Devière, Brussels
14.32
Update on EUS-guided implantation of lumen-apposing metal stents
S. Varadarajulu, Orlando
14.48
Therapeutic direct peroral cholangioscopy
J. Pohl, Hamburg
15.04
Wireless endoscopy: novel technologies
A. Meining, Würzburg
15.20
Future role of disposable endoscopes
N. Reddy, Hyderabad
15.40
End of the symposium
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