DAY WISE PROGRAMME - IASGCON 2018



 

Operative Videos 
Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Time Operative Video Presenter Query by bursary residents Discussant
9.00-9.20 a.m. Thoraco-laparoscopic Esophagectomy  VA Iyoob,Trivandrum Abhishek Agarwal TBA
9.20-9.40 a.m. Laparoscopic Heller’s Myotomy  William Lancaster,  USA Digvijoy Sharma Inian Samarasam, Vellore
9.40-10.00 a.m. Laparoscopic Nissen Fundoplication  Kalpesh Jani, Vadodara Nikhil Jain Wasif Ali, Hyderabad
10.00-10.20 a.m. Open D2 Gastrectomy  Shivendra Singh, New Delhi S. Sreejith Rajneesh K Singh, Lucknow
10.20-10.40 a.m. Left hepatectomy with caudate lobe resection  Biju Pottakkat, Puducherry Amruth raj V Sitaram, Vellore
10.40-11.00 a.m. Laparoscopic right hepatectomy  Rajendra Prasad, Hyderabad Fadl H Veerankutty Srikanth G, Benguluru
11.00- 11.20 a.m. Anterior approach in right hepatectomy  Hitesh Chavda, Ahmedabad Poornima Subrahmanya KK Madhavan, Singapore
11.20-11.40 a.m.
Tea
11.40 a.m.-12.00 p.m. Difficult Recipient Hepatectomy  Rohan Jagat Chaudhary, Gurgoan Sai Tarun Vasala Shaleen Aggarwal, New Delhi
12.00-12.20 p.m. Right lobe transplant  Naimish Mehta, New Delhi Azaz Ahmed Raghavendra Babu, Hyderabad
12.20-12.40 p.m. Radical cholecystectomy Sudeep Banerjee, Kolkata Gangadhar Rao Gondu VK Kapoor, Lucknow
12.40-1.00 p.m. Hepaticojejunostomy for benign bile duct stricture TD Yadav, Chandigarh Prasad Neelam Sadiq Sikora, Benguluru
1.00-1.20 p.m. Proximal lienorenal shunt N Mohan, Madurai Sasi Kumar RA Sastry, Hyderabad
1.20-2.20 p.m.
Lunch
2.20-2.40 p.m. Lap Choledochal cyst Paresh Varty, Mumbai B Sri Krishna Nataraj Arindam Ghosh, Ludhiana
2.40-3.00 p.m. Open trans-gastric necrosectomy Nicholas Zyromski, USA Jaideep Netha JD Wig, Chandigarh
3.00-3.20 p.m. SMA first approach for PD Ramesh Rajan, Thiruvananthapuram Rajesh B M Sujoy Pal, New Delhi
3.20-3.40 p.m. Pancreato-gastrostomy  Virinder Bansal, New Delhi Shrikant Dattatraya Maka H Ramesh, Kochi
3.40-4.20 p.m. Lap PD resection and reconstruction Attila Naqeeb, USA Banshidhar Soni, Karan Midha, Vikram Annamaneni A Ramesh, Madurai; Vikas Gupta, Chandigarh
4.20-4.40 p.m. Laparoscopic spleen preserving distal pancreatectomy  Vivek Mangla, New Delhi Ravi Shankar Biswas Nicholas Zyromski, USA
4.40-5.00 p.m. Laparoscopic LAR  Rajesh Bhojwani, Jaipur Syam Prasad Vamsi R Sajal Rai, UK
5.00-5.20 p.m.
Tea
5.20-5.40 p.m. Constructing Ileal Pouch and pouch-anal anastomosis  Rajesh Panwar, New Delhi Vikesh Kumar Abhijit Chandra, Lucknow
5.40-6.00 p.m. ELAPE  Ramakrishnan AS, Chennai DV Narayana Reddy Varughese Mathai, Hyderabad
6.00-6.20 p.m. Laparoscopic Sleeve gastrectomy   Rakesh Shivhare, Indore Kumar Prakash Mishra Sandeep Aggarwal, New Delhi
6.20-6.40 p.m. Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y bypass  Praveen Raj, Coimbatore S. Soundappan OV Sudheer, Kochi


 

C.M.E.
Thursday, October 4, 2018
Time
Topic
 
 

Diseases of the Esophagus and Stomach

 
8.00-8.12 a.m. Neoadjuvant treatment regimens in squamous cell carcinoma and adenocarcinoma of the oesophagus: The optimal approach Inian Samarasam, Vellore
8.13-8.25 a.m. Treatment of Boerhaave’s syndrome based on timing of presentation SM Chandramohan, Chennai 
8.26 -8.38 a.m. Surgical treatment strategies in gastro-oesophageal junction tumours: Issues and options Puneet Dhar, Kochi
8.40-8.55 Discussion  
8.55-9.07 a.m. Molecular classification of gastric cancer and its relevance to various treatment options Rakesh Kapoor, Chandigarh
9.08-9.20 a.m. Therapeutic strategies for locally advanced gastric cancer  Rajneesh K Singh, Lucknow 
9.21-9.33 a.m. Post-gastrectomy management  Nilesh Doctor, Mumbai

9.35-9.50

Discussion

 
9.50-10.15 a.m.
Tea
 
 

Diseases of the Liver 

 
10.15-10.27 a.m. Hepatocellular carcinoma: Imaging appearance after locoregional ablative therapies Naveen Kalra, Chandigarh
10.28-10.40 a.m. Extent of liver resection in a patient with cirrhosis: Making an assessment KK Madhavan, Singapore 
10.41-10.53 a.m. Approach to benign lesions of the liver William Lancastor, USA 

10.55 - 11.10

Discussion

 
11.10 - 11.22 a.m.. Surgical management of colorectal liver metastasis Krish Menon, UK
11.23-11.35 a.m. Metastatic neuroendocrine tumours of the liver Ernst Klar, Germany

11.35- 11.50

Discussion

 
 

Diseases of the Gall bladder and biliary tract 

 
11.55 a.m.-12.07 p.m. Bile duct injury detected intraoperatively: What are the options? Sadiq Sikora, Bengaluru 
12.08-12.20 p.m. Recurrent biliary stricture: Evaluation and management Raghavendra Rao, Hyderabad

12.20- 12.30 p.m.

Discussion

 
12.30-12.42 p.m. Gall bladder carcinoma: Beyond surgery TBA
12.43-12.55 p.m. Preoperative biliary drainage in hilar blocks Sundeep Saluja, New Delhi 
12.55-1.05 p.m. Preoperative portal vein embolisation: When and How? Ujjwal Gorsi, Chandigarh 
1.05- 1.15 Discussion  
1.15 -2.00PM Lunch  
1.30-2.00 PM Sponsored luncheon symposium J n J: Biology of Anastomotic healing Dr Satyanand Shastri, Singapore

2.00–3.00 p.m.

 

Diseases of the Small Bowel and peritoneum 

 
2.00-2.12 p.m. Gastrointestinal lymphomas Anand Bharathan, Coimbatore
2.13-2.25 p.m. Pseudomyxoma peritonei  Robin Thambudorai, Kolkata
2.26-2.38 p.m. Abdominal tuberculosis  Govind Makharia, New DElhi
2.39-2.51 p.m. Acute mesenteric ischaemia Rohin Mittal, Vellore 

2.53 - 3.05 PM

Discussion

 
 

Diseases of Colon and Rectum

 
3.05-3.17 p.m. An approach to polyposis coli Saumitra Rawat, New Delhi
3.18-3.30 p.m. Crohn's Disease - When does surgeon come on the scene? Atul Sachdeva, Chandigarh
3.31-3.43 p.m. Rectal prolapse Ashok Kumar, Lucknow
3.44-3.56 p.m. TAMIS Sajal Rai, UK 

3.56- 4.10Pm

Discussion 

 
4.00-4.30 p.m. Tea Available (No separate tea break)  
 

Diseases of the Pancreas 

 
4.15-4.27 p.m. Pancreatic cysts: Identifying the high risk ones SS Rana, Chandigarh 
4.28-4.42 p.m. Indeterminate pancreatic mass on fine needle aspiration cytology  Suresh Chari, Rochester

4.43- 4.55 PM

Discussion

 
4.56 - 5.10 p.m. Early surgery versus step-up practice for chronic pancreatitis H Ramesh, Kochi 
 5.11 - 5.25 p.m. Total pancreatectomy: When and how David Adams, USA
5.26-5.40 p.m. Future of solitary pancreas transplantation and allo-islets Balliga K Prabhakar, USA

5.40- 5.55PM

Discussion

 

5.55-6.15 p.m.

Sponsored session 2: (J n J and Pfizer)

 
5.56 - 6.05 p.m.  Surgical Site Infection Dr Satyanand Shastri, Singapore
6.05 - 6.15 p.m. Risk Adapted treatment strategies in the management of Gastrointestinal stromal tumors Dr Rakesh Kapoor, Chandigarh
6.15-7.00 p.m. Quiz P Radhakrishna, Chennai, Harjeet Singh,Chandigarh 

7.30 p.m. onwards 

Inauguration and dinner 

 


 

IASG 2018 Conference - Day 1
Friday, October 5, 2018
Time Hall A Speaker Hall B Speaker
07.00 to 08.00 am
PG clinics
N Ananthakrishnan, Puducherry; SP Kaushik, Chandigarh;
PG Clinics
NM Gupta, Chandigarh; RA Sastry, Hyderabad
    H Ramesh, Kochi;  Ashok Kumar, Lucknow   Samiran Nundy, New Delhi; Pradeep Rebala, Hyderabad
         
08.00 to 09.00 am Surgical adjuvants   Complications  
  Prophylaxis for deep vein thrombosis Ramachandran, Manipal Bile leak following liver resection Rajan Saxena, Lucknow
  Antimicrobial prophylaxis Chirag Desai, Ahmedabad Chyle leak post oesophagectomy OV Sudheer, Kochi
  Bowel preparation in colorectal procedures Deepak Govil, New Delhi Postoperative delayed gastric emptying M Ibrarullah, Bhubaneshwar 
  Optimising resuscitation in the critically ill Sanjay De Bakshi, Kolkata Misfired stapled colorectal anastomosis Vivek Tandon, New Delhi
         
09.00 to 10.00 am Award Session N Ananthakrishnan, Puducherry; RA Sastry, Hyderabad; V Sitaram, Vellore    
         
10.00 to 10.45 am IASG-AIG Keynote Lecture President, Secretary, Past President, GV Rao    
  From cholecystectomy to liver transplantation: A 30 year journey KK Madhavan, Singapore    
         
10.45 to 11.30 am SSAT- IASG Session      
  Surgical management of colonic diverticulitis Jason Hall, USA    
  Pancreatic neuroendocrine tumours Niraj Gusani, USA    
  SSAT fellow report R Kalayarasan, Puducherry    
         
11.30 to 12.15 pm Chennai Oration President, President Elect, Secretary, OL Naganath Babu    
  Trials in Colorectal Surgery: what have we learnt and the challenges involved David Jayne, UK    
         
12.15 to 2.00 pm Poster session      
         
1.00 to 2.00 pm
Lunch
         
2.00 to 3.00 pm Special Mention Posters-I      
         
3.00 to 4.00 pm Acute pancreatitis: Panel Discussion (Moderator: Sudeep Shah, Mumbai) Speakers Surgical Anatomy Symposium  
    Nick Zyromski, USA; Mandeep Kang, Chandigarh; Pramod Garg, New Delhi; Rajesh Gupta, Chandigarh GE junction with respect to lymphadenectomy Avinash Supe, Mumbai
      Pelvic floor muscles and nerves with respect to carcinoma rectum Varughese Mathai, Hyderabad
      Portal vein and hepatic artery with respect to cholangiocarcinoma Subash Gupta, New Delhi
      Pancreatic head resections and aberrant vascular anatomy Srinivas Reddy, Chennai
         
4.00 to 5.00 pm Free paper session 1   Free paper session 2  
         
5.00 to 6.30 pm Bariatric Surgery symposium Rajesh Bhojwani, Jaipur;  Rakesh Shivhare, Indore; Deep Goel, New Delhi Transplant symposium  
12+3 Bariatric surgery as potential treatment of NAFLD Pravin Raj, Coimbatore Part A: Liver Transplant for HCC  
12+3 Weight Regain After Bariatric Surgery Deep Goel, New Delhi Down-staging advanced HCC for transplant (10+2) Shaleen Aggarwal, New Delhi
12+3 Technical pitfalls during bariatric surgery Sandeep Aggarwal, New Delhi How does one predict recurrence after transplant (10+2) Raj Prasad, Hyderabad
10+3; 10 minutes for audience participation Single anastomosis gastric bypass/minigastric bypass is better than Roux-en-Y gastric bypass For: G.S.Jammu, Jalandhar       Against: Mahendra Narwaria, Ahmedabad Part B: Recipient surgery: How I do it  
      Complex venous outflow reconstruction in right lobe live donor liver transplant (10+2) Amit Rastogi, Gurugram
      Biliary reconstruction in right lobe live donor liver transplantation for multiple ducts (10+2) Sanjay Govil, Benguluru
      Part C: DDLT--Options to expand the donor pool Krish Menon, UK
      Panel Discussion Moderator: TBA
      Minimally invasive live donor hepatectomy P Senthilnathan, Coimbatore; S Thiagarajan, Gurugram; Sanjay Goja, New Delhi; Neerav Goyal, New Delhi
 

 

 

IASG 2018 Conference - Day 2
Saturday, October 6, 2018
Time Hall A Speaker Hall B Speaker
07.00 to 08.00 am PG clinics VP Bhalla, New Delhi; Vikram Kate, Puducherry; VK Kapoor, Lucknow PG Clinics TK Chattopadhyay, New Delhi; JD Wig, Chandigarh; V Sitaram, Vellore; Avinash Supe, Mumbai
         
         
08.00 to 08.45 am How I do it (12+3x3=45)   Out-of the box  
  Manage a complex anal fistula Pankaj Garg, Chandigarh New technologies for fluorescence guided colorectal cancer surgery David Jayne, UK
  Do a multiorgan harvest Sonal Asthana, Bengaluru Social Media and the GI surgeon Niraj Gusani, USA
  Manage a traumatic pancreatic injury GR Verma, Chandigarh Surgeon scientist: A viable career Vikas Dudeja, USA
         
         
08.45 to 9.30 am Landmark papers      
  Pancreatico biliary Supriya Sharma, Lucknow    
Liver and liver transplant Vibha Verma, Mumbai    
Luminal Sadaf Ali, Srinagar    
Minimal access V Lekha, Kochi    
         
9.30 to 10.30 am Award videos  
       
       
10.30 to 11.10 am Veerabhai JR Das Aggarwal Oration President, President Elect, Secretary  
  Surgical Audit: Need of the hour VK Kapoor, Lucknow    
         
11.10 to 12.00 am Special Mention Poster-II      
         
12.00 to 01.00 pm JSGS-IASG Symposium      
  Multimodality treatment for pancreatic cancers: The Japanese approach Hidetoshi Eguchi, Japan    
  Laparoscopic Intersphincteric resection for very low rectal tumor in Japanese settings: oncologic, anal function outcomes and anal function measures Takao Takahashi, Japan    
         
     
1.00 to 2.30 pm Curriculum for Surgical Gastroenterology training N Ananthkrishnan, Puducherry; TK Chattopadhyay, New Delhi; V Sitaram, Vellore; A Supe, Mumbai By Invitation  
         
1.00 to 2.30 pm Poster Session  
       
1.30 to 2.30 pm
Lunch
         
2.30 to 3.30 pm Free paper session 3   Free paper session 4  
         
3.30 to 4.30 pm Debates   Panel discussion Moderators
  Laparoscopic versus open gastrectomy for carcinoma stomach Manash Sahoo, Bhubaneshwar / PK Mishra, New Delhi intestinal fistula RA Sastry, Hyderabad;  Col KJ Singh, New Delhi
  POEM versus laparoscopic Heller's myotomy GV Rao, Hyderabad / Vikas Singla, New Delhi Sanjiv Haribhakti, Ahmedabad  
      N Bheerappa, Hyderabad  
      Vivek Gupta, Lucknow  
      Saurabh Kalia, Jaipur  
    Mahesh Thombare, Pune  
       
       
4.30 to 5.00 pm Valedictory function      

 

 

BURSARY PROGRAMME
Sunday, October 7, 2018
VENUE - PGIMER
Time Topic Speaker
8-9.30 am 2 Case Capsules: Luminal and HPB H Ramesh, Kochi and A Ramesh, Madurai
9.30-10.00 am Interpreting a fibroscan Ajay Duseja, Chandigarh
10.00-10.30 am Endoscopic ultrasound: What a surgeon should know Vikas Singla, New Delhi
10.30-10.45 am
Tea
 
10.45-11.00 am How to give a talk V Sitaram, Vellore
11.00-11.15 am Working in a private sector institution Puneet Dhar, Kochi
11.15-11.30 am Pitfalls in publishing Peush Sahni, New Delhi
11.30 am-1.00 pm Matching imaging to the clinical scenario: Upper GI tract and pancreas TBA
1.00-2.00 pm
Lunch
2.00-3.15 pm Odds ratio, relative risks, hazard ratios Usha and Sourav, Chandigarh
3.30-5.00 pm Interpreting a randomized trial Ritesh Aggarwal, Chandigarh and Vikram Kate, Puducherry
5.00-6.00 pm Visit to Campus