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INDO – UK SURGICON 2020

3rd International Annual Conference

IAGES – RCSEd Collaborative meeting

23rd – 24th July 2020

Day 1 - 23rd July 2020

8.30 am to 9 am – Registration and Coffee

WOLFSON HALL
MODULE 1 - HERNIA
9 am to 10 am - Invited lectures

1. Minimal access surgery in ventral hernia repair – emerging techniques

2. Laparoscopy in the management of hernia in an emergency setting – an appraisal of current literature

3. Laparoscopic Transabdominal Retromuscular (TARM) Repair for ventral hernia – a novel technique for sublay and posterior component separation


  • 10 am to 10.30 am - Panel discussion

    Is restitution of abdominal wall integrity important after abdominal hernia surgery?

  • 10.30 am to 11 am - Key-note address

    “Preserve the plane for my urologist” - an expert’s view on Laparoscopic Vs Open inguinal hernia for the elderly male

11 am to 11.20 am – Tea Break 11.20 am to 11.50 am - Presidential address 1 11.50 am to 12.20 pm – Presidential address 2 12.20 pm to 12.50 pm – Official Conference Inauguration 12.50 pm to 1.45 pm – Lunch
MODULE 2 – COLORECTAL
  • 1.45 pm to 3 pm - Invited lectures

1. Laparoscopic Left hemicolectomy – More challenging than the right? – expert opinion and useful tips in technique

2. Laparoscopy in the management of colonic diverticular disease

3. Robotic colorectal surgery

4. Lap Right Hemicolectomy

5. Lap Ventral Rectopexy

6. Quality of Life post laparoscopy resection for CRC – single institution analysis


  • 3 pm to 3.30 pm – Tea Break
  • 3.30 pm to 4 pm - Panel discussion - 1 Moderator & 5 panelists

    ERAS in Colorectal surgery - a myth or reality?

  • 4 pm to 4.30 pm - Key-note address

    Royal College of Surgeons – International Strategy


G B ONG HALL
9 am to 11 am – Invited Talks (UPPER GI & BARIATRIC)

1. Anti reflux surgeries in post bariatric patients

2. Laparoscopic management of giant hydatid cysts of liver

3. Lap Splenectomy

4. Hiatus Hernia after RyGBP

5. ERAS Bariatric Surgery Practice in Oman

6. Diverted OAGB

7. D2 Gastrectomy

8. Laparoscopic fundoplication for GERD - lessons learnt in the last 25 years

9. Lap spleen preserving distal pancreatectomy

10. Lap Adrenal/VATS Thymectomy


  • 11 am to 11.20 am – Tea Break
  • 11.20 am to 12.50 pm – Plenary session
  • 12.50 pm to 1.45 pm - Lunch
MODULE 3 - GI ENDOSCOPY
  • 1.45 pm to 2.30 pm - Invited lectures

1. Role of SEMS in surgical leaks

2. Endoscopic eradication of Barrett’s dysplasia – our experience

3. Impact of endoscopy training programme by IAGES

4. Management of lower GI bleeding

5. Is there a role for Laparoscopic Heller's in the era of POEM?


  • 3 pm to 3.30 pm – Tea Break
  • 3.30 pm to 4 pm – Invited lectures

    1. Advances in pancreatic biliary endoscopy

    2. LESS in Surgery(Laparo endoscopic single site surgery)

  • 4 pm to 4.30 pm - Key-note address

    Endoscopic Mucosal Resection of Oesophago-gastric Cancer

Day 2 - 24th July 2020

WOLFSON HALL
MODULE 4 – BARIATRIC
9 am to 10 am - Invited lectures

1. 1st RCT between GBP & Medical Care for type 2 Diabetes

2. Rosetti Nissen Fundoplication as a procedure of preference – an Indian experience of over 150 cases

3. Metabolic surgery in low BMI patients – A distant dream or a near reality

4. Anatomy & Physiology of Bariatric Surgery


  • 10 am to 10.30 am - Panel discussion – Post bariatric weight regain strategies - outcomes?
  • 10.30 am to 11 am - Key-note address

    What is my Gold standard bariatric operation & Why? -

11 am to 11.30 am – Tea Break 11.30 am to 12 noon - Invited Guest lecture - Developing a sub-specialty in India mirrored upon best of British practices 12 noon to 12.30 pm - Invited Guest lecture 2 12.30 pm to 1.30 pm – Lunch
MODULE 5 – UPPER GI & HPB
  • 1.30 pm to 2.45 pm - Invited lectures

1. Choledochal Cysts in Adults in the Laparoscopic Era: Rewards overcome the challenges

2. Laparoscopy for Vascular compressive syndromes

3. When endoscopy meets laparoscopy in CBD & gall stones

4. Current Evidence for Lap vs open distal pancreatectomy/Lap Left Lateral segments and right posterior sector excision

5. Role of shunt surgery for portal hypertension in the present era


  • 2.45 pm to 3.15 pm – Panel discussion 1 – Upper GI

    Is there a need for focused training for minimally invasive oesophageal surgery?

  • 3.15 pm to 3.45 pm - Panel discussion 2 - HPB

    Hepatic minimal access surgery – has it come of age?

  • 3.45 pm to 4 pm – Tea Break
  • 4 pm to 4.30 pm - Key-note address 1 – Upper GI

    Role of Video Assisted Thoracoscopic Surgery(VATS) in the era of evolving Robotic Surgery

  • 4.30 pm to 5 pm - Key-note address 2 – HPB

    Laparoscopic Vs Open Whipple’s – Where do we stand in 2020?


G B ONG HALL
9 am to 11 am – Invited Talks - HERNIA & COLORECTAL

1. Laparoscopic hand-sewn anastomosis – techniques, tricks, tribulations

2. Management of diastasis rect

3. Laparoscopy in the management of hernia in an emergency setting – an appraisal of current literature

4. TEP RS

5. Newer meshes or mesh fixation devices/Hybrid hernia repair


  • 11 am to 11.30 am – Tea Break
  • 11.30 am to 12.30 pm – Plenary Session
  • 12.30 pm to 1.30 pm - Lunch
MODULE 6 – ROBOTIC
  • 1.30 pm to 2.45 pm - Invited lectures

1. Robotic AWR for incisional hernia/Robotic parastomal hernia repair. How is it superior to lap/open?

2. Does better view and precision in robotic surgery always translate to better surgical outcomes? – a critical appraisal based on available literature

3. Robotic Extended Right Hemicolectomy with complete mesocolic excision – a review of technique

4. Meta analysis of laparoscopy versus robotic approach for colo-rectal surgery –

5. Robotics : Indian Contribution


  • 2.45 pm to 3.15 pm – Tea Break
  • 3.15 pm to 3.45 pm - Panel discussion – 1 Moderator & 5 panelists

    Does a robot make minimally invasive surgery safer/ better than laparoscopy?

  • 3.45 pm to 4.15 pm - Key-note address

    New systems in surgical robotics: What value do they bring to the table?