PROGRAM – THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2019

14.00

FUJIFILM SATTELITE SYMPSOIUM

Who benefits from advanced endoscopic imaging?
Chair: E. J. Despott, London; S. Seewald, Zurich

14.00

Introduction

14.05

Evaluation of the upper GIT for neoplasia

Esophagus
J. Bergman, Amsterdam

Stomach
H. Yamamoto, Tochigi

14.35

Screening- and surveillance colonoscopy:

Detection and characterization of early lesions
H. Neumann, Mainz

Impact of imaging on treatment of neoplasias
M. F. Kaminski, Warsaw

15.05

Round table discussion

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

Challenges in therapeutic endoscopy: Current evidence and tips from experts
Chair: G. Costamagna, Rome; H. Neuhaus, Düsseldorf

16.00

Introduction

16.05

Achalasia and hypercontractile esophagus: 
How to avoid or manage reflux after POEM?
H. Inoue, Tokyo

16.20

Gastroparesis: GPOEM – in whom and how?
T. Rösch, Hamburg

16.35

Palliation of malignant duodenal stenosis:
Enteral stent, endoscopic or surgical gastroenterostomy?
M. A. Khashab, Baltimore

16.50

Biliary obstruction: 
What to do when standard ERCP techniques for biliary access and drainage fail?
N. Reddy, Hyderabad

17.05

Pancreatic fluid collections and necrosis:
How can we optimize endoscopic treatment?
J. Devière, Brussels

17.20

Flat colorectal lesions:
When and how to resect them cold or under water?
H.-D. Allescher, Garmisch-Partenkirchen

17.35 Round table discussion:
18.00 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

 

PROGRAM – FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2019

07.00

MEDTRONIC SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM

Modern endoscopic technologies: what you should know
Chair: J. Bergman, Amsterdam; A. Riphaus, Frankfurt

 
07.00

Which role does capsule endoscopy play in clinical practice? 
D. Hartmann, Mainz

 
07.20

Early Barrett’s neoplasia: When and how to resect or ablate?
S. Seewald, Zurich

 
07.40

How to optimize EUS-guided tissue acquisition?
M. Giovannini, Marseille

 
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: H.-D. Allescher, Garmisch-Partenkirchen; G. Costamagna, Rome; 
M. Giovannini, Marseille; M. A. Khashab, Baltimore; E. Linghu, Bejing; 
H. Neuhaus, Düsseldorf; H.R. Tillgaard, Aabenraa

 
10.15 Coffee break, visit to the industry exhibition  
10.45

1st MINI - SYMPOSIUM

Surveillance of inflammatory bowel disease
Chair: E. D. Fedorov, Moscow; F. Hagenmüller, Hamburg

 
10.45

Indications, methods and aims 
A. Riphaus, Frankfurt

 
11.00

Characterization of polyps, sessile and flat lesions
H. Neumann, Mainz 

 
11.15

Management of early neoplasias
E. J. Despott, London

 
11.30 Questions and answers  

11.45

LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS II

Chair: J. Bergman, Amsterdam; J. Devière, Brussels; H. Neumann, Mainz;
N. Reddy, Hyderabad; G. Rettig, Berlin; T. Rösch, Hamburg; H. Yamamoto, Tochigi

 
13.00

Lunch break, visit to the industry exhibition

 

14.10

LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS III

Chair: N. Andersen, Hamburg; E. J. Despott, London; D. Hartmann, Mainz;
H. Inoue, Tokyo; M. F. Kaminski, Warsaw; H.-J. Schulz, Berlin 

 
15.45 Coffee break, visit to the industry exhibition  

16.15

2nd MINI-SYMPOSIUM

Indeterminate biliary stenoses
Chair: J. Devière, Brussels; W. Hartwig, Düsseldorf; N. Reddy, Hyderabad

 
16.15

Endoscopic diagnostic approach

What can we expect from EUS / IDUS ± FNA / FNB?
M. Giovannini, Marseille

Should cholangioscopy replace standard ERCP-guided techniques?
T. Rösch, Hamburg 

 
16.45

Endoscopic drainage for biliary obstruction: How to proceed in operable patients?
G. Costamagna, Rome

 
17.00 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: G. Rettig, Berlin; H.-J. Schulz, Berlin

 
16.15

11 years of S3 guidelines on sedation for endoscopy: what has been achieved?

 Introduction and moderation
A. Riphaus, Frankfurt

Round table discussion
A. Riphaus, Frankfurt; T. Eisenbach, Leverkusen; F. Hagenmüller, Hamburg;  
D. Hartmann, Mainz

 
17.00

Endoscopic complications: Tips for prevention and management
H.-D. Allescher, Garmisch-Partenkirchen

 
17.20

Hygiene in endoscopy – which measures are necessary for challenging germs?
N. Andersen, Hamburg

 
17.40

Role of the assistant for diagnostic and therapeutic 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) Obesity and metabolic disorders: role of therapeutic endoscopy
G. Costamagna; M. A. Khashab, T. Rösch

B) Early esophageal carcinoma: a multidisciplinary therapeutic approach
J. Bergman; H. Inoue, S. Seewald

C) Gastric polyps: rational diagnosis and treatment
H.-D. Allescher; E. J. Despott, E. Linghu, P. Zhou 

D) Bile duct stones: optimizing endoscopic treatment 
N. Reddy; H.-J. Schulz, H. Neuhaus

E) Chronic pancreatitis: indications and techniques for endoscopic interventions
T. Beyna; J. Devière, M. Giovannini

F) Small polyps in the small bowel and colorectum: when and how to resect?
E. D. Fedorov; F. Hagenmüller, H. Neumann, A. Riphaus

G) Recurrent colorectal adenoma after EMR/ESD
D. Hartmann; M. F. Kaminski, H. Yamamoto

 
18.30 End of the first day of the symposium  
     
     

PROGRAM – SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2018

08.30

3rd MINI-SYMPOSIUM

Subepithelial tumors of the stomach
Chair: G. Costamagna, Rome; E. J. Despott, London; H. Neuhaus, Düsseldorf

08.30

Impact of EUS-guided evaluation on therapeutic decisions  
S. Seewald, Zurich

08.45

Methods and limitations of endoscopic resection
M. A. Khashab, Baltimore 

09.00

Minimally invasive surgical approach and combined techniques
H. Inoue, Tokyo

09.15 Questions and answers

09.35

STATE-OF-THE-ART LECTURE I

Chair: H. Neumann, Mainz

Less is more in endoscopy
J. Bergman, Amsterdam

10.00 Coffee break, visit of the industry exhibition

10.30

LIVE DEMONSTRATIONS IV

Chair: E. D. Fedorov, Moscow; F. Hagenmüller, Hamburg; A. Riphaus, Frankfurt; 
S. Seewald, Zurich; H. R. Tilgaard, Aabenraa; P. Zhou, Shanghai

12.35

STATE-OF-THE-ART LECTURE II

Chair: H.-D. Allescher, Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Current role and future perspectives of screening colonoscopy
M. F. Kaminski, Warsaw

12.55 Lunch, visit of the industry exhibition

13.35

LIVE PROCEDURES OF THE 20TH AND 21TH DIES:
OUTCOMES AND NEXT STEPS

Chair: J. Devière, Brussels; H.-J. Schulz, Berlin
J. Kandler, Düsseldorf; P. Reinecke, Düsseldorf

14.00

4th MINI-SYMPOSIUM

New technologies
Chair: D. Hartmann, Mainz; T. Beyna, Düsseldorf; E. D. Fedorov, Moscow

14.00

POEM for Zenker’s diverticulum (Z-POEM)
P. Zhou, Shanghai

14.16

Selection and application of lumen-apposing metal stents (LAMS)
N. Reddy, Hyderabad

14.32

Endoscopic ablation of pancreatic tumors
M. Giovannini, Marseille

14.48

Update on Duodenal Mucosal Resurfacing
J. Devière, Brussels

15.04

New techniques for closure of perforations and leakages 
E. Linghu, Bejing

15.20

ESD of lesions in the duodenum and small bowel
H. Yamamoto, Tochigi

15.40 End of the symposium
   
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