PROGRAM

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

Friday, February 5, 2021

08.30
INTRODUCTION
08.40
LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS I
Panelists: E. Dekker, Amsterdam; R. Kiesslich, Wiesbaden; A. Y. Teoh, Hong Kong; H. Neuhaus, Düsseldorf
10.15
1 ST MINI-SYMPOSIUM
 
Avoiding and managing endoscopic adverse events
Chair: M. Giovannini, Marseille; F. Hagenmüller, Hamburg
10.15
GI tract perforation
B. Schumacher, Essen
10.30
POEM and STER related complications
H. Inoue, Tokyo
10.45
Iatrogenic cholangitis and pancreatitis
G. Costamagna, Rome
11.00
Panel discussion, audience Q & A
11.20
LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS II
Panelists: N. Andersen, Hamburg; K. Caca, Ludwigsburg; J. Devière, Brussels; T. Rösch, Hamburg
14.10
LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS III
Panelists: G. Costamagna, Rome; S. Faiss, Berlin; G. Rettig, Berlin; S. Seewald, Zurich
16.10
STATE-OF-THE-ART LECTURE
Introduction: B. Schumacher, Essen
 
COVID-19 pandemic and endoscopy: implications on health care
I. M. Gralnek, Afula
 
Serrated colorectal lesions: clinical relevance and endoscopic approach
E. Dekker, Amsterdam
16.15
SYMPOSIUM FOR NURSES
Language: German, no simultaneous translation
Chair: N. Andersen, Hamburg; H.-J. Schulz, Berlin
16.15
Biliopancreatic stents: which types should be available in your unit?
S. Seewald, Zurich
16.35
Real and virtual chromoendoscopy: how to apply and who benefits?
S. Faiss, Berlin
16.55
Tissue acquisition: how should we prepare specimen for cytology or histology?
M. Störmann, Düsseldorf
17.15
Security gaps in endoscopy
U. Pfeifer, Düsseldorf
 
Panel discussion:
Critical incidents in endoscopy: prevention and management – CIRS cases
N. Andersen, Hamburg; R. Kiesslich, Wiesbaden; G. Moog, Kassel; H.-J. Schulz, Berlin
18.00
End of the symposium for nurses
17.00
BREAKOUT SESSIONS
Video case presentations, audience Q & A
Choose according to your preference
Language: English, no simultaneous translation
A)
Large colorectal polyps: endoscopic characterization and rational treatment
T. Beyna, E. Dekker, H. Yamamoto
B)
GERD and Barrett’s: indications and options for endoscopic treatment
J. Bergman, K. Caca, P. Sharma
C)
Indeterminate biliopancreatic stenoses: diagnostic and therapeutic approach
G. Costamagna, J. Devière, H. Neuhaus
D)
Solid and cystic pancreatic tumors: optimizing EUS-guided evaluatio
M.Giovannini, T. Rösch, B. Schumacher
18.15
End of the first day of the symposium

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2021

08.30
2nd MINI-SYMPOSIUM
 
How to approach non-lifting colorectal lesions?
Chair: E. Dekker, Amsterdam; H. Neuhaus, Düsseldorf
08.30
EMR, ablation and/or non-thermal resection techniques
T. Rösch, Hamburg
08.45
ESD
H. Yamamoto, Tochigi
09.00
Endoscopic FTR or surgery
K. Caca, Ludwigsburg
09.15
Panel discussion, audience Q & A
09.35
STATE-OF-THE-ART LECTURE
Introduction: S. Faiss, Berlin
 
EUS-guided biliary drainage: indications, techniques and outcome
Y. Teoh, Hong Kong
10.00
LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS IV
Panelists: I. M. Gralnek, Afula; F. Hagenmüller, Hamburg; B. Schumacher, Essen
12.30
STATE-OF-THE-ART LECTURE
Introduction: R. Kiesslich, Wiesbaden
 
Machine learning in endoscopy
J. Bergman, Amsterdam
13.00
Outcomes of live procedures of the 22nd and 23rd DIES
Chair: H.- J. Schulz, Berlin; C. Gerges, Düsseldorf; P. Reinecke, Düsseldorf
13.30
STATE-OF-THE-ART LECTURE
Introduction: S. Seewald, Zurich
 
Obesity and insulin resisting syndrome: what can we achieve with endoscopic therapy?
N. Reddy, Hyderabad
13.55
3rd MINI-SYMPOSIUM
 
Challenging techniques: update and interactive question answering
Chair: T. Beyna, Düsseldorf; K. Caca, Ludwigsburg
13.55
Submucosal endoscopy
P. Zhou, Shanghai
14.15
EUS guided interventions
M. Giovannini, Marseille
14.35
Treatment of esophageal diverticula
J. Devière, Brussels
14.55
Ablation of Barrett’s epithelium
P. Sharma, Kansas City
15.15
Cholangioscopy and pancreatoscopy
T. Beyna, Düsseldorf
15.35
End of the symposium

SPONSORED SATELLITE SYMPOSIA

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2021

14.00
FUJIFILM SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM
From virtual chromoendoscopy to artificial intelligence –
the (r)evolution in advanced endoscopic diagnosis
Chair: R. Kiesslich, Wiesbaden; T. Rösch, Hamburg
No credits provided
14.00
Introduction
14.05
Virtual chromoendoscopy: detection and characterization with LCI & BLI
H. Yamamoto, Tochigi
14.25
A.I. 2021 – Two perspectives from Germany
 
Detection and characterization of colonic polyps
J. Weigt, Magdeburg
 
Colon screening with artificial intelligence
G. Moog, Kassel
14.55
A.I. 2021 – end of the line?
R. Kiesslich, Wiesbaden
15.10
Questions and answers
15.30
End of the satellite symposium
14.00
OLYMPUS FORUM
Interdisciplinary forum on infection control in endoscopy
Chair: F. Hagenmüller, Hamburg
14.00
Introduction
14.15
Importance of drying in endoscope reprocessing
H. Martiny, Berlin
14.35
Reprocessing systems
F. Muckermann, Meschede
14.55
Reprocessing programs in AERs
C. Roth, Hamburg
15.15
Round table discussion
 
No credits provided
Language: German, no simultaneous translation
16.00
OLYMPUS SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM
Next generation endoscopy: impact on clinical practice
Chair: G. Costamagna, Rome; H. Neuhaus, Düsseldorf; T. Rösch, Hamburg
16.00
Introduction
16.05
Diagnostic use of new features for electronic imaging
J. Bergman, Amsterdam
16.25
Current and future applications of AI in endoscopy
T. Rösch, Hamburg
16.45
Novel endoscopes and devices for improving therapeutic interventions
S. Seewald, Zurich
17.05
Management of procedure-related bleeds
N. Reddy, Hyderabad
17.25
Endoscopic anastomosis: options and limitations
J. Devière, Brussels
17.45
Questions and answers
18.00
End of the satellite symposium
 
No credits provided

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2021

13.00
MEDTRONIC SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM
Novel endoscopic techniques: who will benefit?
Chair: E. Dekker, Amsterdam; R. Kiesslich, Wiesbaden
13.00
AI for colonoscopy: experience and evidence
P. Sharma, Kansas City
13.15
Non-variceal upper GI bleeding: where to from here?
I. M. Gralnek, Afula
13.30
New approaches to ESD: how can we continue to improve?
S. Seewald, Zurich
13.45
Questions and answers
14.00
End of the satellite symposium
 
 
No credits provided
Language: English and German with simultaneous translation
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