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Bariatric Mini Fellowship: Sleeve / Gastric Bypass

Bariatric Mini Fellowship: Sleeve / Gastric Bypass 

Upcoming Dates:

FALL 2020 TBA

Location:

Duke Center for Surgical Education and Innovation
210 Research Drive
Durham, NC 27710
 

Overview

This two and a half day course will focus on surgical techniques for surgeons who wish to increase their knowledge of laparoscopic roux-n-y gastric bypass and sleeve gastrectomy as a primary procedure.  This program includes dinner and round table discussions highlighting procedural steps and technical tips to perform sleeve gastrectomy combined with a full day of didactics, videos, and case observations.  The final day includes a hands-on lab for surgeons to perform both procedures with faculty assistance.  The hands-on lab will emphasize the safe and effective use of laparoscopic staplers, ultrasonic and advanced bi-polar energy devices.

Objectives

At the conclusion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand current clinical best practices for laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy and roux-n-y gastric bypass
  • Recognize patient indications for roux-n-y gastric bypass, laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy and gastric banding
  • Discuss preventing and management of postoperative complications after laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy and roux-n-y gastric bypass
  • Describe the surgical skills that are required to successfully perform laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy and roux-n-y gastric bypass
  • Describe the  post-operative follow-up and nutrition required for treating sleeve gastrectomy, roux-n-y gastric bypass and gastric banding patients

Audience/Requirements for Participation

Currently performing 5 or more bariatric procedures per month
Experience performing Gastric Banding and Sleeve Gastrectomy
 

Faculty

(subject to change)

Dana Portenier, MD  - Course Director
Duke University Medical Center

Jin Yoo, MD
Duke University Medical Center

Dan Guerron, MD
Duke University Medical Center

Agenda

The meeting begins with dinner and presentations on Wednesday evening at 6:00 pm and will conclude on Friday at 2:45 pm from Duke Campus - 210 Research Drive.

Commercial Support

Educational grant provided by Medtronic