Electrosurgery in Endoscopy 2021

THIS WEBINAR HAS NOW ENDED – Thursday 7th October 8pm – 9:30pm AEDT

Endoscopic tissue resection is one of the most frequent therapeutic interventions undertaken by any Gastroenterologist or Surgical endoscopist. This is most commonly hot or cold colonic polypectomy but also includes a vast array of electrosurgically based interventions throughout the entire GI tract for the treatment of pre-malignant and early invasive disease. Electosurgical techniques are also used for tissue division in procedures as diverse as POEM or Biliary Sphincterotomy.

In 2021, along with CO2 insufflation and enhanced endoscopic imaging, modern electrosurgery is one of the great endoscopic enablers. The time of definitive endoscopic treatment for a wide variety of neoplastic and functional gastrointestinal disorders is now upon us. Achalasia and other spastic oesophageal motility disorders, submucosal tumors and early cancer at all GI sites can now be effectively treated without recourse to surgery, with little or no morbidity and limited 1 or 2 night hospital stay.

This webinar will cover all of these aspects and more. We are fortunate to have Dr Torsten, Beyna from Dusseldorf joining us for this important meeting.

If your clinical practice involves electrosurgery, don’t miss this important webinar on Thursday 7th October 2021. Further information including access for viewing case videos will be available very soon. Please mark your calendar for our date and time.

Each webinar in the SIES Series requires a separate registration. Therefore if you registered for SIES Series I, II or III, you now need to register separately for SIES Series IV.

A nominal fee of AUD$15.00 to support the technical production costs is charged on registration for this webinar.

SIES Series IV - Videos intentionally have no sound
SIES Series IV - Videos intentionally have no sound

Invited Speaker

Dr Torsten Beyna

Dr Torsten Beyna is currently the Senior Consultant and Head of the Gastroenterology Unit, Department of Internal Medicine at Evangelisches Krankenhous Dusseldorf, Teaching Hospital University of Dusseldorf, Germany. His special interests are interventional endoscopy and oncologic gastroenterology.

He is registered with the North Rhine Chamber of Physicians and has board certification as a Specialist in internal medicine. Dr Beyna is a member of various societies including the German Society of Gastroenteroloy, Digestive and Metabolic Diseases, the Europeam Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ESGE) and the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE)