PROGRAM

SATURDAY 17 NOVEMBER 2018

0730

Registration opens

MORNING SESSION : 0830 - 1020

All you ever wanted to know about gastro-oesophageal reflux surgery

CHAIRS: Michael Talbot and Ian Martin

0830 - 0835

President’s Welcome – David Martin

0835 - 0850

What the long-term data tells us about outcomes from reflux surgery – David Watson

0850 - 0905

Using the evidence and experience to tailor the best anti-reflux procedure – Steve DeMeester

0905 - 0915

How I assess and manage laryngopharyngeal reflux – Greg Falk

0915 - 0930

Laryngopharyngeal reflux – 10 year results and what it means for my patients – David Gotley

0930 - 0940

Practical oesophageal physiology for surgeons – Geoff Kohn

0940 - 0955

The role of magnetic sphincter augmentation (LINX), TIF and Stretta in reflux now and the future – Reginald Bell

0955 - 1020

Discussion

1020 - 1050

Morning tea amongst the trade exhibition

BRUNCH SESSION : 1050 - 1240

Reflux surgery – The great debates

CHAIRS: David Martin and Robert Finch

1. Which fundoplication is the best for routine use?

1050 - 1100

Anterior fundoplication (strongish) – David Watson

1100 - 1110

Posterior fundoplication (pretty strong) – David Gotley

1110 - 1120

360 fundoplication (very strong) – Steve DeMeester

1120 - 1130

No fundoplication (soft) – Michael Talbot

1130 - 1145

Panel discussion

2. Large hiatus hernias - Which hiatal reinforcement is the best?

1145 - 1155

Mesh not required  – David Watson

1155 - 1205

Go hard or go home. Permanent mesh – Garett Smith

1205 - 1215

Am I Arthur or Martha? Biomesh – Ken Loi

1215 - 1230

Panel discussion

1230 - 1235

Prize Paper: Long-term outcomes and satisfaction following mesh-reinforced hiatus hernia repair  –Daniel Chan, St George Private Hospital

1235 - 1240

Prize Paper: Revisional laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy post gastric band in over 130 patients: An Australian experience – Yujin Ko, Concord Hospital

1240 - 1340

Lunch amongst the trade exhibition

POST LUNCH SESSION : 1340 - 1505

Video session – Fundos, big hernias, collis, bariatric, and revision everything

CHAIRS: George Hopkins and Henry Hook

8 mins

Repair including hiatal split and/or collis for massive hiatus hernia – Steve DeMeester

8 mins

Short oesophagus, how and why I avoid collis & video technique – Reginald Bell

5 mins

Pledget crural repair and posterior wrap – David Gotley

3 mins

Anterior fundoplication – Ian Martin

5 mins

Going all the way - 360 fundoplication – Ahmad Aly

5 mins

Revision fundoplication – Garett Smith

3 mins

Large hiatus hernia repair and biomesh during sleeve gastrectomy – Roy Brancatisano

5 mins

Hiatus hernia repair and resleeve post sleeve gastrectomy – Craig Taylor

5 mins

Sleeve to RYGB for reflux – Nick Williams

23 mins

Discussion time allowed throughout session

1450 -1455

Prize Paper: Perioperative outcomes and survival in elderly patients aged ≥75 years undergoing gastrectomy for gastric cancer: An 18-year retrospective analysis in a single western centre – Elinor Tan, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital  

1455 -1500

Prize Paper: Post-operative complications after en-bloc multivisceral resection for upper abdominal tumours – A/Prof Charbel Sandroussi (presenting on behalf of Paul Morris, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital)

1500 -1505

Prize Paper: Anterior Dor or posterior Toupet with Heller myotomy for achalasia cardia. A systematic review and meta-analysis –  Manjunath Siddaiah-subramanya, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital

1505 - 1535

Afternoon tea amongst the trade exhibition

AFTERNOON SESSION : 1535 - 1715

Controversy, revision, bariatric reflux, insiders tips and tales of woe

CHAIRS: Leigh Rutherford and Garett Smith

1535 -1545

How I manage recurrent reflux post fundoplication – Steve DeMeester

1545 -1550

To fix hiatus hernia or not in sleeve gastrectomy. A RCT. 4yr data – Cole Cowling (under the tutelage of Erik Wilson)

1550 -1600

Incidence and management of reflux post sleeve gastrectomy – David Martin

1600 -1605

Manometry in sleeve gastrectomy - What does it tell us about reflux in this setting? – Michael Talbot

1605 -1610

Magnetic sphincter augmentation (LINX) system for reflux post bariatric surgery – Reginald Bell

1610 -1615

Annual Reza Adib SUGSS Oration. RYGB as a primary procedure for reflux - An obsession with evidence and data driven decision making – Reza Adib

1615 -1630

Grief in the gullet - Tales from the darkside – Steve DeMeester

1630 -1645

Upper GI surgery - Tips to live by – David Gotley

1645 -1705

Discussion

1705 -1715

Closing remarks – Michael Talbot

1900 -1930

Pre-Dinner Conference Dinner drinks, Stillery Bar, InterContinental Hotel, Double Bay

1930 - late

Conference Dinner, Stillery Restaurant, InterContinental Hotel, Double Bay

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