39th GEEW

39th GEEW

Date
June 19 - June 21, 2022

Organization
Prof Jacques Devière, Prof Marianna Arvanitakis, Dr Pierre Eisendrath, Prof Olivier Le Moine, Dr Alain Vandermeeren

Location
Brussels Expo and Live Streaming (Hybrid Event)

Place de Belgique 1
Brussels
Belgium

Contact information
Contact person: Mrs Nancy Beauprez
Email: nancy.beauprez@erasme.ulb.ac.be
Address: Gastroenterology Department Erasme Hospital Route de Lennik 808 1070 Brussels Belgium

Website
www.live-endoscopy.com

Event Category

ESGE individual members receive a significant fee reduction

Summary

Event topics:
• Advanced diagnostic imaging in upper and lower gastrointestinal endoscopy
• Capsule enteroscopy / colonoscopy
• Advanced imaging and therapy in inflammatory bowel disease
• Enteroscopy – Balloon and spiral assisted
• Artificial intelligence
• Mucosal resection and submucosal dissection
• Latest technologies of hemostasis for bleeding ulcers and varices
• EUS, FNA, contrast EUS
• Dilation of gastrointestinal strictures and stenting
• Zenker’s diverticulotomy
• POEM and G-POEM
• Endoluminal surgery for morbid obesity
• Endoluminal surgery for GERD
• Duodenal resurfacing for the treatment of diabetes
• Therapeutic ERCP, cholangioscopy
• Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy
• Therapeutic EUS – Transmural anastomoses – Pseudocysts drainage and necrosectomy
• Treatment of surgical complications (stenoses, fistulae, leaks)
• Barrett’s treatment
• Percutaneous gastrostomy and jejunostomy
• Transjugular liver biopsy, TIPS
• Percutaneous transhepatic cholangiography, cholangioscopy
• Magnets aided tissue remodelling
• Single use endoscopes

Event aims:
The learning objectives of the course will be:
1. Evaluation of established and most recent endoscopy techniques, assessing their clinical utility in a multi-disciplinary setting
2. Description of pre-therapeutic assessment and post-treatment follow up
3. Detailed technical teaching of various procedures
4. Providing scientific appraisal of technologies, evidence-based, with comparison with other approaches
5. Recognition of the role of endoscopy in digestive diseases and its interaction with gastroenterology, surgery, oncology, radiology and transplantation
6. Incorporation of follow-up after the procedures, including clinical evaluation and pathology results
7. Teaching on prevention and treatment of adverse events

Programme