SIES SERIES III
Innovations in Tissue Resection
Recent advances in snare and knife design are transforming the field of endoscopic tissue resection and when combined with new types of lifting solution with enhanced viscosity and dwell times, the future is very exciting. Through short lectures and video case vignettes, this mini symposium will investigate these changes and bring you abreast of the new evidence and practice changing opportunities
This is brought to you on a complimentary basis, on Thursday 1 September 2022, at 07:30 pm – 09:00 pm, AEST (Sydney time) with the generous support of Boston Scientific.
Registration is required to view the pre-recording of the webinar (on a complimentary basis).
DR NICHOLAS TUTTICCI
Dr Nick Tutticci graduated with honours from the University of QLD and after gastroenterology training in QLD completed two years of advanced endoscopy-interventional fellowship at the Royal Perth Hospital then Westmead Hospital, Sydney.
SIES SERIES III - Program
|19:30 – 19:35||
WELCOME – Professor Michael Bourke
|19:35 – 19:50||
Hot and Cold snare Resection for Laterally Spreading Lesions Colon and Duodenum – Dr Nicholas Tutticci
|19:50 – 20:20||
Video Based Case Discussion – A/Professor Nick Burgess, Dr Nicholas Tutticci & Professor Michael Bourke
|20:20 – 20:35||
En Bloc Resection for Early Barrett’s Cancer: The New paradigm – Professor Michael Bourke
|20:35 – 20:55||
Video Based Case Duscussion – A/Professor Nicholas Burgess, Dr Nicholas Tutticci & Professor Michael Bourke
|20:55 – 21:00||
Conclusion – Professor Michael Bourke
SIES SERIES III - Video
SIES Series 3 2022