Audience Response

Polling Survey


1:30pm Clinical evidence to date:ASMBS statement on Single anastomosis DS procedures and approval for new procedures
Julie Kim, MD FACS FASMBS
1:45pm Clinical evidence to date:Rationale for a Single anastomosis in DS
Daniel R. Cottam, MD
2:00pm Clinical evidence to date:Outcomes of Single anastomosis DS in USA
Mitchell Roslin, MD FASMBS
2:15pm Clinical evidence to date:Outcomes of Single anastomosis DS in Europe
Antonio Torres, MD PhD
2:30pm Clinical evidence to date:Outcomes of Classic DS in USA
Vivek Prachand, MD
2:45pm Clinical evidence to date:Outcomes of Classic DS in Europe
Philippe Topart, MD
3:00pm Break
3:30pm Specifics issues to one anastomosis vs 2 anastomosis:Roux-en-Y is necessary to prevent biliary reflux?:
Ranjan Sudan, MD FASMBS
3:45pm Specifics issues to one anastomosis vs 2 anastomosis:Closure of mesenteric defects is necessary to avoid internal hernias independent of the number of anastomosis
Muhammad Jawad, MD FASMBS
4:00pm Specifics issues to one anastomosis vs 2 anastomosis:Common channel of 100 vs 200 cm
Laurent Biertho, MD
4:15pm Specifics issues to one anastomosis vs 2 anastomosis:Micronutrients deficiencies and side effects are less with one than 2 anastomosis?
Laurent Biertho, MD
4:30pm Consensus voting
Michel Gagner, MD
5:00pm Q & A
5:30pm Adjourn