GLASGOW SEC

17-20 JUNE

#BSG2019

After the successes of the BSG EndoVillages of 2017 and 2018, we are delighted to bring to you an even bigger number of workshops at BSG 2019 Glasgow. The workshops will run throughout the afternoon of Tuesday 18th June and all day Wednesday 19th June at a dedicated area in the exhibition hall. You have the option to choose from 2 out of 10 possible stations covering a wide variety in diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy. A refundable £30 booking fee (returned upon attendance) will be required for registration. Each delegate, at their chosen station, will have the opportunity to have tailored hands-on practice and upskilling facilitated by experienced trainers in their field.

We are looking forward to seeing you at the EndoVillage 2019!

Bjorn Rembacken & Mark Donnelly

Endoscopy Village Stations

1) From better navigation to better lesion detection

In this station delegates will practice finding small polyps within a pig colon using the Pentax G-EYE system.  For those looking to get basic polypectomy practice, this pig model will allow polyps to be removed.  This will be suited to all trainee colonoscopist.

2) From Detection to Resection 

In this station delegates will practice finding small polyps within a pig colon using the Pentax G-EYE system.  For those looking to get basic polypectomy practice, this pig model will allow polyps to be removed.  This will be suited to all trainee colonoscopist.

3) Develop skills in managing peptic ulcer bleeding

In this station delegates will have available a pig stomach with several bleeding points to practice and upskill their use of several haemostatic accessories including injection technique, bipolar therapy and clip deployment. Suitable for both trainee endoscopist as well as experience endoscopist.

4) Tricks and Tips for that difficult papilla

In this station delegates will be able to practise and upskill their ERCP skills on a semisynthetic model. There will be a wide selection of accessories available including the use of biliary stents. This would be suitable for delegates early in their ERCP training.

5) When seeing the papilla is not enough

In this station delegates will be able to try out the new SpyGlass direct visualisation system for cholangioscopy on a synthetic model. This would be more suited to established ERCP practitioners who would like to practise with some of the latest accessories such as the SpyGlass basket and retrieval snare.

6) A primer in endoscopy without the pain

In this station delegates who are complete novices or early in their endoscopic training can get hands on experience with an endoscope on the EndoSim endoscopic simulator. An experience trainer will be at hand to facilitate and offer guidance.

7) The likely future of diagnostic gastroscopy

In this station delegates will be able practice transnasal endoscopy techniques using the new higher definition fujinon endoscope on a synthetic model. All endoscopy practitioners considering this modality in their practice or interested in learning the technique should register.

8) Apply lessons from wound care to the GI tract

EVT has been available in Germany for many years and is proving to be equally indispensable in closing large mediastinal cavities as closing large wounds. The technique is simple to learn and the trainers are all experienced in managing patients with Boerhaave syndrome and anastomotic leaks.

9) Learn to balance cut, heat and cook

Understanding diathermy is not only fundamental to safe polypectomy, EMR and ESD, it’s also important for the effective management of GI bleeding. On this station you will be using the Olympus ESG-300 unit to learn how to balance heating versus cutting as well as argon plasma coagulation.

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