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Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: September 2022 (Vol. 96, Issue 3)

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022


Drs Bashar Qumseya and Nayantara Coelho-Prabhu discuss their article, "Adverse events associated with esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) and EGD-related techniques" from the September issue.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: October 2022 (Vol. 96, Issue 4)

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022


Dr Gobind Anand discusses his article, "Comparison of cold snare polypectomy and hot snare polypectomy for the resection of sporadic, nonampullary duodenal adenomas" from the October issue.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: October 2022 (Vol. 96, Issue 4)

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022


Drs Adolfo Parra-Blanco, George S.D. Gordon, and Jane Crowley discuss their article, "Aerosol and droplet generation in upper and lower GI endoscopy: whole procedure and event-based analysis" from the October issue.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: September 2022 (Vol. 96, Issue 3)

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022


Drs Raymond S.Y. Tang and Louis H.S. Lau discuss their article, "Effectiveness of prophylactic clipping in preventing postpolypectomy bleeding in oral anticoagulant user: a propensity score analysis" from the September issue.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: September 2022 (Vol. 96, Issue 3)

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022


Dr Il Sang Shin discusses his article, "Efficacy of narrow-band imaging during peroral cholangioscopy for predicting malignancy of indeterminate biliary strictures (with videos)" from the September issue.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: September 2022 (Vol. 96, Issue 3)

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022


Dr Oscar Victor Hernandez Mondragon discusses his article, "Gastric peroral endoscopic myotomy outcomes after 4 years of follow-up in a large cohort of patients with refractory gastroparesis" from the September issue.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: September 2022 (Vol. 96, Issue 3)

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022


Dr Abel Joseph discusses his article, "Outcomes for endoscopic submucosal dissection of pathologically staged T1b esophageal cancer: a multicenter study" from the September issue.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: September 2022 (Vol. 96, Issue 3)

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022


Dr Giulio Antonelli discusses his article, "Dye-based chromoendoscopy for the detection of colorectal neoplasia: meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials" from the September issue.

Friday Night Movie by @pancake4table
Casual Endoscopy, Fall Preview

Friday Night Movie by @pancake4table

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 48:48


In the great tradition of mom tricking us into medical procedures, Becky reports back on her endoscopy, and the sibs spend the rest of the show evaluating the fall's upcoming slate of movies. Plus, a review from Shai of "Bodies, Bodies, Bodies," starring Pete Davidson and Rachel Sennott.  Sign up for the Friday Night Movie Newsletter for giveaways, curated episode playlists from the hosts and guests (including our mom), and at MOST one email per month (and probably fewer).  Closed captions for this episode are available via the player on the official Friday Night Movie homepage, the Podbean app and website, and YouTube.  The Friday Night Movie Family supports the following organizations: the DC Abortion Fund, HIAS, NAACP Legal Defense Fund | Equal Justice Initiative | Asian American Journalists Association. Subscribe, rate and review us on your favorite podcast platform, including iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Play | Podbean | Overcast. Catch up on all the Friday Night Movie SXSW special coverage in this playlist, including featured interviews from SXSW Wonder House hosted by the University of Arizona.  Play along with Friday Night Movie at home! Read the FNM Glossary to learn the about our signature bits (e.g., Buy/Rent/Meh, I Told You Shows, Tradesies, etc.) and then head on over to our merch store your very own official FNM t-shirt.  Send us your recommendations and your tradesies! We'll watch them and report back on the show! Email us at pancake@pancake4table.com or tweet @FriNightMovie, @pancake4table, @chichiKgomez, and/or  @paperBKprincess.  Follow our creations and zany Instagram stories @frinightmovie and @pancake4table. Follow us on Letterboxd (@pancake4table) where we're rating every movie we've EVER watched.  Subscribe to our quarterly newsletter for exclusive giveaways and news! Theme music by What Does It Eat.  Subscribe and leave a review on IOS or Android at fridaynightmoviepod.com.

The Perfect Stool Understanding and Healing the Gut Microbiome

Around 20% of people in the Western world are afflicted by GERD or acid reflux. The go-to prescription in most of these cases are PPIs or proton pump inhibitors, one of the most prescribed medications in all of health care. The drawbacks of long-term PPI use are many and their use fails to address the root cause of GERD and other GI issues for which they're prescribed. Learn more about the causes and root cause treatment of GERD, ulcers, H pylori and gastritis and the drawbacks of long-term PPI use. Lindsey Parsons, your host, helps clients solve gut issues and reverse autoimmune disease naturally. Take her quiz to see which stool or functional medicine test will help you find out what's wrong. She's a Certified Health Coach at High Desert Health in Tucson, Arizona. She coaches clients locally and nationwide. You can also follow Lindsey on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Pinterest or reach her via email at lindsey@highdeserthealthcoaching.com to set up a free 30-minute Gut Healing Breakthrough Session. Show Notes

StallSide Podcast
The Importance of Upper Airway Endoscopy in the Sales Yearling with Dr Scott Pierce Part 2

StallSide Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 24:40


The visuals discussed in todays podcast can be found on our YouTube Channel. Check it Out!The Importance of Upper Airway  Endoscopy in the Sales Yearling with Dr Scott Pierce Part 2We continue the discussion on the grading of a sales yearling's airway and why a consistent scoring system is needed.  The grading of airways is to a large degree subjective with differing opinions on the same airway being very common.  Returning guest Dr. Scott Pierce explains the differences between airway grades, the difficulties of comparing scores between examiners, the performance levels of different grades, and some of the reasons why a horse may scope differently with repeated examinations.

Boomer & Gio
Zach Wilson; Endoscopy Talk; Brushes with Greatness; Callers

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 42:00


Hour 2 The 7am hour starts with the Zach Wilson injury from Friday night. Sal talked about the importance of having a pocket QB. When you have a running QB like Zach Wilson, your chance of injury goes way up. They also talked about Daniel Jones' future with the Giants. Sal thinks Zach Wilson has the ‘It' factor. Jerry does not. He sees him as a bust. C-Lo returns for an update and starts with the Mets beating the Phillies. We talked about colonoscopies and endoscopies as well. Sal tells a story of meeting Mike Piazza at a restaurant and meeting Mick Foley while working as a cashier at Home Depot. In the final segment of the hour, we take calls about the Mets, Yankees and endoscopies.

StallSide Podcast
The Importance of Upper Airway Endoscopy in the Sales Yearling with Dr Scott Pierce Part 1

StallSide Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 35:34


The Importance of Upper Airway  Endoscopy in the Sales Yearling with Dr Scott Pierce Part 1With buyers putting more importance on the grading of a sales yearling's airway a consistent scoring system is needed.  The grading of airways is to a large degree subjective with differing opinions on the same airway being very common.  Returning guest Dr. Scott Pierce explains the differences between airway grades, the difficulties of comparing scores between examiners, the performance levels of different grades, and some of the reasons why a horse may scope differently with repeated examinations.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: August 2022 (Vol. 96, Issue 2)

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022


Dr Yanis Dahel discusses his article, "Adherence to follow-up guidelines after high-risk colorectal polyp removal: a population-based study" from the August issue.

Knowledge Unlocked Podcast
Sharing Your Knowledge at Industry Conferences: You Can Do It!

Knowledge Unlocked Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 21:57


Presenting at national or international conferences may seem like a daunting task, but the sterile processing, perioperative, and endoscopy industries need to hear your voice! In this episode, Jamie and Michelle discuss presenting at national conferences, how YOU can share your knowledge and experiences with your peers, and make a positive impact on the industry as a whole.  Have questions/comments/suggestions? Email us at podcast@keysurgical.com

Primary Care Pod
Guideline Update! Anticoagulation and Endoscopy

Primary Care Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 11:44


We're back!   Let's talk what to do with Warfarin/coumadin, DOACs, antiplatelets/aspirin at the time of EGDs and Colonoscopy based on the most recent guidelines in the spring

The kPodcast
Episode 76 - Endoscopy

The kPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 90:56


Welcome back for the 76th episode of The kPodcast and I apologize for the delay! For Episode 74, we got some new music from Black Thought & Danger Mouse, Joey Bada$$, Russ & Ed Sheeran, Mary J Blige, Beyonce, God Son Monk, and Big Skinny! We're also gonna discuss some life updates with kPod, fake Basquiat paintings in the Orlando Museum of Art, R. Kelly being sentenced to 30 years, Travis Barker being hospitalized, Nipsey Hu$$le's killer getting convicted, Kid Cudi walking off stage at Rolling Loud, LeBron trademarking the "shut up and dribble" saying, losing more legends both young and old, the former Bruce Beach being returned to the rightful heirs, the first hajj since the pandemic started, tourists surviving an avalanche in Kyrgyzstan, the Melilla Massacre, former Prime Minister of Japan being assassinated, disposable vapes creating mass amounts of litter, UCF's English Department removing their anti-racist mission statement, police murdering Jayland Walker, and a powerful speech from a young activist, Naiara Tamminga, in Grand Rapids. Thank you so much for listening and please be sure to email therealkpodcast@gmail.com with any feedback, comments, suggestions, and/or questions! Also make sure to follow the show on Instagram & Twitter @therealkpodcast much love!

Health Pulse: A Cleveland Clinic Florida Podcast
Latest Developments in Advanced Endoscopy

Health Pulse: A Cleveland Clinic Florida Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 24:47


Advanced endoscopic procedures allow physicians to diagnose and treat a variety of gastrointestinal disorders, including abdominal pain, vomiting, and bleeding from the intestinal tract. Dr. Ammar Kheir, gastroenterologist and leading advanced endoscopy expert, discusses the latest innovations in the field, including advances in endoscopic imaging, endoscopic resection, and artificial intelligence in colonoscopies.

Workmob
पिछले 21 वर्षों से Kasturi Hospital का सफलतापूर्वक संचालन कर रही। सुनिए Dr. Rakhi Agarwal की कहानी

Workmob

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 36:04


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Aeg Escuelavirtual
[Episodio 21] Prevalencia de poliposis adenomatosa familiar en un programa de cribado basado en FIT y riesgo de neopl...

Aeg Escuelavirtual

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 15:46


Prevalencia de poliposis adenomatosa familiar en un programa de cribado basado en FIT y riesgo de neoplasia avanzada en el seguimiento Para el capítulo de hoy contamos con Sabela Carballal que nos comenta el artículo “Prevalencia de poliposis adenomatosa familiar en un programa de cribado basado en FIT y riesgo de neoplasia avanzada en el seguimiento”, y como siempre hablamos de lo divino y lo humano. Recursos del podcast Carballal S, Sánchez A, Moreira L, Cuellar-Monterrubio JE, Bernuy J, Daca M, et al. Prevalence of adenomatous polyposis in a fecal immunochemical test-based colorectal cancer screening program and risk of advanced neoplasia during follow-up. Endoscopy 2022; 54(07): 688-697. DOI: 10.1055/a-1660-5353 Syngal, Sapna MD, MPH, FACG1,2,3; Brand, Randall E MD, FACG4; Church, James M MD, FACG5,6,7; Giardiello, Francis M MD8; Hampel, Heather L MS, CGC9; Burt, Randall W MD, FACG10 ACG Clinical Guideline: Genetic Testing and Management of Hereditary Gastrointestinal Cancer Syndromes, American Journal of Gastroenterology: February 2015 - Volume 110 - Issue 2 - p 223-262 DOI: 10.1038/ajg.2014.435 Giordano, P. and Salmerón, J., 2020. La soledad de los números primos. Barcelona: Salamandra.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: August 2022 (Vol. 96, Issue 2)

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022


Dr Linda C. Cummings discusses her article, "Incidence of sedation-related adverse events during endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography with anesthesia assistance: a multicenter observational study" from the August issue.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: August 2022 (Vol. 96, Issue 2)

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022


Drs Yuichi Mori and Gloria Fernandez-Esparrach discuss their article, "Artificial intelligence for disease diagnosis: the gold-standard challenge" from the August issue.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: August 2022 (Vol. 96, Issue 2)

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022


Drs Galen Leung and Makoto Nishimura discuss their article, "Technical feasibility of salvage endoscopic submucosal dissection after chemoradiation for locally advanced rectal adenocarcinoma" from the August issue.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: August 2022 (Vol. 96, Issue 2)

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022


Dr Peng Li discusses his article, "Disposable versus reusable gastroscope: a prospective randomized non-inferiority trial" from the August issue.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: August 2022 (Vol. 96, Issue 2)

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022


Dr Eric Low discusses his article, "Evolution and evidence-based adaptations in techniques for peroral endoscopic myotomy for achalasia" from the August issue.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: August 2022 (Vol. 96, Issue 2)

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022


Dr Fateh Bazerbachi discusses his article, "Interventions to improve the performance of upper GI endoscopy quality indicators" from the August issue.

Lexman Artificial
Steven Pinker on Gatherings, Fairgrounds, Vice-Consulship and Endoscopy

Lexman Artificial

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 4:28


In this episode Lexman interviews Steven Pinker, a leading thinker and public figure in cognitive science and psychology. They discuss the topic of gatherings and the various ways in which they can give people a sense of purpose and community. They also discuss the concept of fairground attractions, their appeal to humans and how they can be used to promote vice-consulship. Finally, they discuss endoscopy as an example of how technology can be used to improve human health.

Danny Romanello
66 -Endoscopy

Danny Romanello

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 30:26


I'm back little D's! What a weird time, shootings, shark attacks… At least Britney Spears is free. Find out What's Armie Hammer may be doing in the Cayman Islands.

Knowledge Unlocked Podcast
Mid-Year Check-In: How To Optimize Your Department Huddle

Knowledge Unlocked Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 28:48


To huddle, or not to huddle? Is that the question? Many departments are debating whether they are spending their huddle time effectively and some have abandoned the traditional shift huddle for other means of interdepartmental communication.  In this episode, Jamie and Michelle discuss creative ways to break up the monotony of traditional shift huddles and strategies to optimize your department huddle time.   Have questions/comments/suggestions? Email us at podcast@keysurgical.com

Doctor NOS
55 | Dr. Zoe Raos on indigenisation, environmental sustainability & gastroenterology

Doctor NOS

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 62:17


For Matariki, we have Dr. Zoe Raos! Dr. Zoe Raos (Te Āti Awa) is a gastroenterologist in Waitematā, Tāmaki Makaurau. She lives on the Shore with her husband Ben, their two tamariki and their dog. She completed medical school, basic and advanced gastroenterology and general medical training in Auckland, and was involved with leadership roles throughout her training, becoming the Chair of the Binational College Trainees' Committee which included being a Director of the RACP Board. She won the RACP Trainee of the Year Award, prior to starting a three-year clinical fellowship at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford in General Medicine, Hepatology, Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Endoscopy. Zoe has worked at Waitematā DHB since her return from the UK, and collaborated to set up the transition clinic for patients with IBD moving between paeds and adult services. She has written a popular study guide for the RACP exams, now in its second edition, with other collaborative publications themed around quality care. She is a RACP examiner for the Clinical Exam, and a Training Supervisor.Zoe joined the New Zealand Society of Gastroenterology Executive, was elected as president-elect and is the current President until November 2022. She has led the NZSG through times of great change, including developing a cohesive pandemic response, whilst navigating the Society through major externally-led structural changes. Zoe collaborates with other NZSG equity warriors, who have made positive steps towards celebrating diversity and, through governance, creating a future equitable gastroenterology workforce that honours Te Tiriti. She has lost count of the committees she is on – one of the most influential is a global Green Endoscopy Whatsapp group - and spends too much time on Twitter. She loves teaching and mentoring, and is proud to have received awards for both over the years. Zoe loves skiing, cooking and running, spending time with her beautiful whānau, hanging with wonderful friends and colleagues, playing the ukulele and has just started weaving tāniko as part of her cultural journey as a proud wahine Maori.In this episode, we discuss her journey into gastroenterology, indigenising medicine & gastroenterology, navigating motion sickness in scopes, The Aunties and their kaupapa, parenting and neurodiversity, environmental sustainability within medicine and of course, her love for gastroenterology. Mentioned in podcast:Peter Raos: https://peterraos.com/ & https://peter-raos.business.site/The Aunties: https://aunties.co.nz/about-the-aunties‘Autism' in Te Reo Māori: tangata whaitakiwātanga As always, if you have any feedback or queries, or if you would like to get in touch with the speaker, feel free to get in touch at doctornos@pm.me.Audio credit:Bliss by Luke Bergs https://soundcloud.com/bergscloudCreative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported — CC BY-SA 3.0Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/33DJFs9Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/e9aXhBQDT9YSupport the show

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Monthly Podcasts
How to Become a Writer of Papers on Endoscopy: Part I.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Monthly Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022


WOW Love Light Inspire the podcast
Understanding Gut Health | Kelly Minter Crandall

WOW Love Light Inspire the podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 41:43


Lorene Roberts speaks to this week's episodes woman of wisdom guest Kelly Minter Crandall, a registered nurse, and health coach as she talks about microbiome and gut health.Have you ever heard of the microbiome and gut health? Our gut affects our whole body, including our mind. As mentioned in this week's Wow Love Light Inspire Podcast, our gut is what they call our second brain; so when the gut is unhealthy, there's not any system in our body that is not affected by it.  Maybe somehow, this will help you switch to healthier food options. Timestamps:7:53 - How do we really keep our gut healthy?10:55 - How does our gut work?32:03 - Fasting and how it works.Quotes:“Our gut is what They call this our second brain. And so when the gut is unhealthy, there's not any system in our body that's not affected by it.” Kelly“The focus is always on, let's get you skinny. But if you're unhealthy skinny, have you really accomplished anything? Are we just looking at a number? Absolutely, and we aren't a number, we are a whole person.” KellyAbout the Guest:Kelly is a wife, mom, health coach, and Registered Nurse. She has worked as an RN for 30 years specializing in adult and pediatric Intensive Care and currently Endoscopy. After healing from a mental and physical breakdown years ago, Kelly became passionate about helping women reclaim their health by taking their health back into their hands. You can find her outside in nature with her friends and family when she's not in the kitchen. Kelly lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband Rob and their teenage son.  Connect with Kelly Minter Crandall:E-mail: coachkellycrandall@yahoo.comFB group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2178693635622526FB: https://www.facebook.com/kellyminter.crandall/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coachkellycrandall/Connect with Lorene Roberts:Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/lovelightandinspire  Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/544976036900008 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/loreneanneroberts/  Website: https://lovelightinspire.com/  Get a copy of my book, Crazy Stupid Love – Unlocking Life's Lessons, which is available for Kindle from Amazon.  https://www.amazon.com.au/Crazy-Stupid-Love-unlocking-lessons-ebook/dp/B00P91XFUW  If you want more content like this and to help support this podcast, you can Buy Me a Coffee by clicking the link below:https://www.buymeacoffee.com/wowlli?fbclid=IwAR1hch2v3XJ08zqmjuPled28N73L4WNYBiGmg6qbGuHaGimcv7N3_IXuy4c

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: July 2022 (Vol. 96, Issue 1)

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022


Drs Wei-hui Liu and Xiao Hu discuss their article, "Novel endoscopic tangential sawing technique in treatment of giant gastric bezoars: a retrospective single-center study (with video)" from the July issue.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: July 2022 (Vol. 96, Issue 1)

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022


Dr Marcelo Simas de Lima discusses his article, "Top tips on endoscopic vacuum therapy (with video)" from the July issue.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: July 2022 (Vol. 96, Issue 1)

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022


Dr Toshio Kuwai discusses his article, "Efficacy and safety comparison of scissor-type knives with needle-type knives for colorectal endoscopic submucosal dissection: a post-hoc propensity score--matched analysis (with videos)" from the July issue.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: July 2022 (Vol. 96, Issue 1)

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022


Dr Aayed R. Alqahtani discusses his article, "Endoscopic gastroplasty versus laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy: a non-inferiority propensity score-matched comparative study" from the July issue.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: July 2022 (Vol. 96, Issue 1)

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022


Dr Jia-Qi Xu discusses her article, "Repeated endoscopic submucosal dissection as salvage treatment for local recurrence of esophageal squamous cell carcinoma after initial endoscopic submucosal dissection" from the July issue.

From Lab to Launch by Qualio
Navigating FDA Clearance and Launching a Medical Device with Dr. Heather Underwood of EvoEndo

From Lab to Launch by Qualio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 15:42 Transcription Available


Today we're catching up with Dr. Heather Underwood, CEO of EvoEndo. EvoEndo recently completed an $8.4 million Series A financing round on the heels of 510(k) FDA clearance in early 2022. We first spoke with Dr. Underwood in June of 2021. In this episode, we chart a course through her accomplishments, lessons learned through the FDA clearance process, working with CROs, and hear firsthand about the challenges she's tackled as Chief Executive of a medical device startup ready to revolutionize clinical endoscopy practice with a safer, faster, cost-effective alternative. About EvoEndoEvoEndo, founded in 2017 by Dr. Joel Friedlander (Chief Medical Officer), is making unsedated transnasal endoscopy a reality. General anesthesia has been the standard of care for pediatric patients undergoing endoscopies. This can be a traumatic experience, especially for patients with chronic health conditions who may require the procedure several times a year. But EvoEndo's single-use small-diameter device for unsedated transnasal endoscopy is ready to transform this medical necessity. The company received 510(K) clearance from the FDA in February of 2022 and is poised for a commercial launch of its innovative product. About Dr. Heather UnderwoodDr. Heather Underwood joined EvoEndo as CEO in 2019 after completing the Stanford Biodesign Innovation Fellowship for medical devices. Dr. Underwood completed her Ph.D. at the University of Colorado Boulder's ATLAS program where she developed and implemented clinical decision support systems for midwives and nurses in Kenya, receiving the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship grant and a Gates Grand Challenges grant to support her research. She has spent the last 10 years founding and leading medical device startups, non-profit life science organizations, and innovative academic initiatives. LinksHeather Underwood | LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/hmunderwood/ EvoEndo:https://evoendo.com/Titan100:https://www.titan100.biz/2022coloradotitan100Proxima CRO:https://www.proximacro.com/Qualio website:https://www.qualio.com/Previous episodes:https://www.qualio.com/from-lab-to-launch-podcastApply to be on the show:https://forms.gle/uUH2YtCFxJHrVGeL8Music by keldez 

The Endoscopy News Podcast
Implications of the New Monitoring Guidelines in Endoscopy

The Endoscopy News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 37:19


We can now offer patients procedures which, 20 yrs ago were unthinkable.  Procedures which improves health, reduces morbidity and saves lives. But, these procedures are longer and more uncomfortable and therefore patients require deeper sedation than before.  Unfortunately, at the same time, patients are older and with more comorbidities.  This dual problem of frail patients requiring deeper sedation for longer procedures, has narrowed our ‘sedation window'. The old way of monitoring patients, with a nurse and an oxygen saturation monitor, is no longer enough.  It's for this reason that the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges in February 2021, updated their guidelines on Safe Sedation practises.  Now they recommend that patients requiring 'moderate sedation' should be monitored more closely, not only by a dedicated nurse and oxygen saturation monitor but also with ECG, BP and Capnography. Of course, this is a huge change for endoscopy units.  Our staff are now asked to do three things at the same time; maintain the airway, listen to the pitch of the oxygen saturation monitor and interpret that ECG and Capnography traces.  Dr Martin Lees , Clinical Director of Cardiac Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine at St Barts Heart Centre in London and Nurse Specialist Andreia Trigo with SedateUK, discuss the new guidelines and the implications it has for endoscopy units around the World.

Highlights from The Pat Kenny Show
Ask The Expert: Consultant Gastroenterologist Dr Ann Maire Eustace Ryan

Highlights from The Pat Kenny Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 13:54


Dr. Ann Maire Eustace Ryan Consultant Gastroenterologist in Tipperary University Hospital and who specializes in Endoscopy was our expert today and Ann Marie answered listeners gut related health questions on the show this morning. With thanks to Standard Life. Listen and subscribe to The Pat Kenny Show on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify.      Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App.    You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.

Pediatric Insights: Advances and Innovations with Children’s Health
Improving Outcomes with Pediatric Therapeutic Endoscopy

Pediatric Insights: Advances and Innovations with Children’s Health

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022


The Pediatric Therapeutic Endoscopy Program at Children's Health is a nationally recognized program leading the way in minimally invasive treatments and diagnostics through advanced and therapeutic endoscopy. Dr. David Troendle discusses the program, including ways they are working to improve outcomes and increase access for patients. For more information about the Pediatric Therapeutic Endoscopy Program and how to refer a patient, visit childrens.com.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: June 2022 (Vol. 95, Issue 6)

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022


Dr Cyrus Piraka discusses his article, "Outcomes of cold snare piecemeal EMR for nonampullary small-bowel adenomas larger than 1 cm: a retrospective study" from the June issue.

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: June 2022 (Vol. 95, Issue 6)

Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Author Interview Series - Video)

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022


Dr Prashanthi N. Thota discusses her article, "Prediction of neoplastic progression in Barrett's esophagus using nanoscale nuclear architecture mapping: a pilot study" from the June issue.

Questioning Medicine
Episode 195: 195. Medical Update-- GERD guidelines, IV iron, bariatric surgery, DOAC and the Frail Pmts

Questioning Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 25:01


European Heart JournalBariatric surgery and cardiovascular disease: a systematic review and meta-analysisEur Heart J 2022 Mar 04;[EPub Ahead of Print], SL van Veldhuisen, TM Gorter, G van Woerden, RA de Boer, M Rienstra, EJ Hazebroek, DJ van Veldhuisen  39 studies, all prospective or retrospective cohort studies, showed Bariatric surgery is associated with a reduced hazard ratio (HR) of CV morality (0.59), all-cause mortality (0.55), incident HF (0.50), myocardial infarction (0.58) and stroke (0.64) Authors state “”The present systematic review and meta-analysis suggests that bariatric surgery is associated with reduced all-cause and CV mortality, and lowered incidence of several CV diseases in patients with obesity. Bariatric surgery should therefore be considered in these patients.””” Here is the problem and I have said it before—“no randomized control trials examining the effect of bariatric surgery on CV outcomes,”Among frail patients with AF, OAC treatment was associated with a positive net clinical outcome. Direct OACs provided lower incidences of stroke, bleeding, and mortality, compared with warfarin. Just talked recently about continue doac in hospice and everyone agrees that is bad but ultimately there are very few conditions in which you should not resume anticoag—even in those with GI bleed, falls, or subachrnoid hemerage—the data suggest the pts are better off back on anticoag. Well this study looked at the frail. In this retrospective cohort study analyzed 83 635 patients  with mean age 78.5 those individuals who were on ORAL anticoag(doac or warfarin) had overall lower risks of ischemic stroke (HR, 0.91) and cardiovascular death (HR, 0.52), with no significant difference in major bleeding (HR, 1.02),   Bottom line- restart the OAC – even in the frail to prevent the outcomes we really care about like stroke and death    Dave CV et al. Risks for anaphylaxis with intravenous iron formulations: A retrospective cohort study. Ann Intern Med 2022 Mar 29; [e-pub]. (https://doi.org/10.7326/M21-4009. opens in new tab) Anaphylaxis occurs rarely with intravenous (IV) iron does happen but how often does it happen??  It is a mystery—till now Using a retrospective cohort design, investigators assessed 167,000 U.S. Medicare patients who received IV iron products between 2013 and 2018. Patients who had received IV iron within the previous year and those with end-stage renal disease, HIV infection, history of anaphylactic reaction, or recent transfusions were excluded. This is the perfect study for observational data. We know it happens so we look at a large data set and try to see how often it happens. In this population of older adults, the rate of anaphylaxis for iron dextran was ≈0.1%, but it was closer to 0.01% for iron sucrose, ferric gluconate, and ferric carboxymaltose (can give once== carboxy and dextran). As indications have broadened for use of IV iron in managing various clinical conditions (e.g., heart failure, chronic kidney disease) when iron deficiency is present, clinicians might use these data to inform selection of a preparation.  A lot depends on cost and availability but these are good numbers to have in your head for the anaphylaxis event rate... Sure it might take 5 years or even 10 years but some of the outcomes like MI and HF will easily hit in the first 5-10 years!! This RCT could be done tomorrow! Instead we continue to do this observational studies and say look how great this procedure is!! Well maybe it is ‘healthy' patient bias—you have two pts with BMI of 40 but one seems motivated is working out eating better- trying to take all the right steps and the other hasn't left the couch in 6 years. The one that is active then gets referred for bariatric surgery and when we match them up we say LOOK AT THIS THE BARIATRIC SURGERY person did so much better. WEEELLLLLL that pt was likely going to do better anyways!!! AT this point everyone know that bariatric surgery seems to have great CV outcomes in retrospective and prospective observational trials we have done enough of them.. THIS analysis had 39 STUDIES—39!!!! We don't need 30 more we need and RCT!!!     Katz PO et al. ACG clinical guideline for the diagnosis and management of gastroesophageal reflux disease. Am J Gastroenterol 2022 Jan; 117:27. (https://doi.org/10.14309/ajg.0000000000001538. opens in new tab) Much of this guideline is worthwhile for nongastroenterologists.  An empirical 8-week trial of a proton-pump inhibitor (PPI), given once daily, is recommended for a patient who has classic heartburn and regurgitation but no alarm symptoms.  PPIs should be taken 30 to 60 minutes before a meal, because they bind to proton pumps that have been stimulated by meals. Bedtime dosing is discouraged because this is less effective than a predinner dose in acid control GERD is thought to contribute to various extraesophageal symptoms, including chronic cough, hoarseness, and laryngitis; however, a causal relation often is unclear in any given patient. For patients with extraesophageal symptoms — but no heartburn or regurgitation — the authors argue against empirical PPI therapy  After 8 weeks you STOP the PPI--PPI nonresponders, and PPI responders whose symptoms return after an 8-week PPI course, should be evaluated with Endoscopy about 2 to 4 weeks off PPIs.  If endoscopy is normal, ambulatory pH monitoring (off treatment) is the next step. authors encourage intermittent or “on-demand” (rather than indefinite) PPI therapy in patients with no history of high-grade esophagitis or Barrett esophagus. IF requires ongoing PPI therapy for symptom control should use the lowest effective dose.I do like these guidelines cause they seem to be great at making sure PPI are stopped (ideally). I do hate these guidelines cause getting a scope after 8 weeks of a PPI with reoccurring symptoms seems like a lot of scopes will be done. Especially because some people get rebound gerd when going off of a PPI. As the authors state “One area of controversy relates to abrupt PPI discontinuation and potential rebound acid hypersecretion, resulting in increased reflux symptoms. Although rebound acid hypersecretion has been demonstrated to occur in healthy controls, strong evidence for an increase in symptoms after abrupt PPI withdrawal is lacking.”  -- none of this is super strong evidence!!! This seems like a lot of scopes.The fear of progression to adenocarcinoma with Barrett's Esophagus would make for an easy decision for prolonged PPI use, however, a systematic review and meta-analysis published in PLoS One - Hu Q, Sun TT, Hong J, et al. Proton Pump Inhibitors Do Not Reduce the Risk of Esophageal Adenocarcinoma in Patients with Barrett's Esophagus: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. PLoS One 2017;12(1):e0169691. https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0169691 found no protective effect.1And even though long term use of PPI is associated with many bad outcomes even the authors state -  “””“PPIs are the most effective medical treatment for GERD. Some medical studies have identified an association between the long-term use of PPIs and the development of numerous adverse conditions including intestinal infections, pneumonia, stomach cancer, osteoporosis-related bone fractures, chronic kidney disease, deficiencies of certain vitamins and minerals, heart attacks, strokes, dementia, and early death. “” the authors go on to say “””Those studies have flaws, are not considered definitive, and do not establish a cause-and-effect relationship between PPIs and the adverse conditions. High-quality studies have found that PPIs do not significantly increase the risk of any of these conditions except intestinal infections. .”””  THIS IS ALSO GARBAGE!!! The reason the high quality studies don't show this is because most studies are only 8-12 weeks long PPI you need long term trials which most people are on and you have to power your study so large to find a super rare outcome that observational data is the best we are ever going to have for this particular finding. I know the authors knew this but it didn't fit their agenda…Which is my last point—although we will never know—all but one of the authors has or is taking big pharma money. Take home if you are following the guideslines-- start PPI only for Gerd like symptoms. Make sure taking the PPI correctly. Stop after 8 weeks. If it reoccurs then 2-4 weeks later off the PPI they need a scope and if the scope is normal then they need PH monitoring. Then the rec is for PRN PPI.  

Mayo Clinic Q&A
Ask the Mayo Mom: How and why endoscopy is used in children

Mayo Clinic Q&A

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 33:00


Endoscopy is a nonsurgical procedure used to visually examine the digestive system with a tiny camera on the end of a long, flexible tube. An upper endoscopy examines the stomach, esophagus and small intestines. A colonoscopy, which is another type of endoscopy, is used to examine the rectum, large intestine and colon.In children, endoscopy can be used to look for causes of unexplained abdominal pain, to diagnose swallowing disorders or to identify conditions including Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis and polyps. Undergoing any type of procedure can be stressful for kids, parents or caregivers. Dr. Pua Hopson, a pediatric gastroenterologist at Mayo Clinic Children's Center, explains endoscopy is a relatively quick and painless procedure."An upper endoscopy typically takes 10 minutes, while colonoscopy may take 30 minutes," says Dr. Hopson. "I tell the kids it takes longer to put them to sleep with anesthesia or sedation than the actual procedure. And once you wake up, your parents will be right by your side."One condition Dr. Hopson commonly treats in children is eosinophilic esophagitis (e-o-sin-o-FILL-ik uh-sof-uh-JIE-tis), known as EoE. This is a chronic immune system disease in which a type of white blood cell (eosinophil) builds up in the lining of the esophagus. This buildup, which is a reaction to foods, allergens or acid reflux, can inflame or injure the esophageal tissue. Damaged esophageal tissue can lead to difficulty swallowing or cause food to get stuck when you swallow. EoE is diagnosed through biopsy using an upper endoscopy.On this Ask the Mayo Mom edition of the Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast, host Dr. Angela Mattke is joined by Dr. Hopson to discuss how and why endoscopy is used in children.

Knowledge Unlocked Podcast
Next Level Communication: Evolving Beyond the Basics To Improve Team Performance and Patient Safety

Knowledge Unlocked Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 30:21


Studies have shown that communication failures are responsible for up to 80% of adverse patient events and patients with surgical teams that exhibited poor teamwork were at a higher risk for death and complications. In this episode, Jamie and Michelle discuss how we can improve communication between the OR and SPD through interdepartmental transparency and opportunities to share specialized feedback.     Have questions/comments/suggestions? Email us at podcast@keysurgical.com

Knowledge Unlocked Podcast
Is This Real Life? Leveraging Simulation Training To Prepare Your Team

Knowledge Unlocked Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 37:55


Virtual reality and augmented reality are becoming more common in our everyday lives, but training simulations don't necessarily need to be high-tech to be high-impact. In this episode, Jamie and Michelle team up with Kristy Gottschalk, OR Nursing Education Coordinator and simulation-based training advocate, to discuss how to leverage simulations to improve the training in your department and positively impact patient safety in your facility.    Have questions/comments/suggestions? Email us at podcast@keysurgical.com

Cold Steel: Canadian Journal of Surgery Podcast
E118 Eric Pauli On Surgical Endoscopy And Endoscopic Management Of Leaks & Fistulas

Cold Steel: Canadian Journal of Surgery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 67:02


Dr. Eric Pauli is a surgical endoscopic at Penn State. He has a very varied and novel practice, including abdominal wall reconstruction, endoscopy and general surgery. We had a great talk with him about surgical endoscopy and his work on endoscopic management of anastomotic leaks. This is also our very first video version of the podcast! Check it out on the CJS YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWqZpSQK91t8yJqzFU5h4BA Links: 1. Endoscopic Management of Postoperative Complications. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0039610920301031?via%3Dihub 2. Endoscopic management of colovesical and colovaginal fistulas with over-the-scope clips: A single-institution case series.https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34762356/ 3. A Handy Tool to Teach Segmental Liver Anatomy to Surgical Trainees. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4061562/ Bio:

Knowledge Unlocked Podcast
Like, Celebrate, and Support: How LinkedIn Can Aid in Your Career Growth

Knowledge Unlocked Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2022 35:17


Social media isn't all cute puppy pictures and dancing videos, or at least it doesn't have to be. In this episode, Jamie and Michelle dive into how important social media has become in creating a professional network and showcasing skills, knowledge, and experience. Tune in and learn how healthcare professionals can leverage social media platforms to kickstart career growth. Have questions/comments/suggestions? Email us at podcast@keysurgical.com