Integrated treatment - bariatric surgery and quality of life

Preliminary Scientific Program - subject to change

 

  Wednesday, May 15, 2019

  Thursday, May 16, 2019

  Friday, May 17, 2019

  Saturday, May 18, 2019




  Wednesday, May 15, 2019


BARIATRIC ENDOSCOPY COURSE

• Sala 2
Time Activity
08h30-17h30Course
BARIATRIC ENDOSCOPY
08h30-10hEndoscopy Course
Session 1 - Understanding Bariatric Endoscopy: Do not reject without first knowing, it may be useful to you.
Obesity: we do not yet understand or recognize its scope.
After all, what is bariatric endoscopy? Is this new? Is it just a Balloon? Why do I need to know this?
Associated conditions and obesity comorbidities where bariatric endoscopy is useful ... HIV, NASH, childhood obesity, bridge for orthopedic and spinal procedures, pretransplant weight loss, infertility ..
Integrative medicine and bariatric endoscopy. If we seek to associate a tool (endoscopy or surgery) with a change in habits, this is a new way to succeed
Final discussion
10h-10h30Break
10h30-12h30Endoscopy Course
Session 2 - Bariatric anatomy and endoscopic treatment of bariatric complications: bariatric endoscopy to support and assist bariatric surgery
Bariatric Endoscopic Anatomy
Endoscopic treatment of GBYR complications
Endoscopic treatment of vertical gastrectomy complications
Extreme bariatric endoscopy. Is it worth the challenge?
Final discussion
12h30-14hBreak
14h-15h30Endoscopy Course
Session 3 - Endoscopic treatment of obesity and metabolic disorders / Bariatric revision procedures: evidence
Intragastric balloon - Critical analysis of scientific evidence
Brazilian Consensus of Intragastric Balloon - CBBIG
Endoscopic Gastroplasty - Critical analysis of scientific evidence
Endoscopic treatment of diabetes and metabolic conditions: endoscopic endoluminal intestinal shunting, endoscopic and endoluminal duodenal tissue remodeling, intestinal shunting with magnets - Critical analysis of scientific evidence
Gastric aspiration therapy for weight loss
Use of argon plasma in the gastrojejunal anastomosis - Critical analysis of scientific evidence
Endoscopic review of GBYR with endosuture - Critical analysis of scientific evidence
Discussion
15h30-16hBreak
16h-17h30Endoscopy Course
Session 4 - Bariatric Endoscopy in the Treatment of Obesity and Diabetes - VIDEO Session
Fluid-filled intragastric balloon
Air-filled intragastric air balloon
Adjustable fluid-filled intragastric balloon
Adjustable fluid-filled intragastric balloon. An option created in Brazil
Intragastric Balloon Complications
Endoscopic review of anastomosis with argon plasma
Endoscopic Review of BGYR with Overstitch
Vertical Endoscopic Gastroplasty with Overstitch
Endolumenal remodeling of duodenal mucosa
Discussion and Closing



ABLS BRAZIL - ADVANCED COURSE OF BARIATRIC EMERGENCY CARE

• Sala 3
Time Activity
08h30-17h30Course
ABLS Brazil - Advanced Course in Bariatric Emergency Response
08h30-10hABLS Course
MODULE 1 - Basic Aspects of Bariatric Surgery
Objectives and overview of the ABLS
Basic anatomy of major bariatric surgeries
Emergency situations in the bariatric patient. What changes?
Bariatric anamnesis in an urgency - what's really important to know?
Initial treatment of the operated polytrauma - the ATLS applied to the obese patient
Ultrasonography in the evaluation of the obese in the emergency room. What can be examined?
Computerized tomography - indication and findings
Discussion and debate
10h-10h30Break
10h30-12h00ABLS Course
MODULE 2 - Basic Bariatric Clinic
Rhabdomyolysis: diagnosis and treatment
Acute neurological syndromes in non-bariatric patients
Severe malnutrition in emergency and its implications
Sincope and hypoglycemia - pathophysiology and treatment
Acute diarrhea in the bariatric patient
Upper and lower digestive bleeding - diagnosis and treatment
Pulmonary embolism, porto-mesenteric thrombosis: clinical aspects and treatment
Obstructive acute abdomen
Other causes of acute abdomen: cholecystitis, appendicitis, diverticulitis, gynecological. Does anything change?
Discussion and debate
12h-13h30Break
13h30-15h30ABLS Course
MODULE 3 - Bariatric Surgery - Diagnosis and Treatment
Abdominal pain - Differential diagnosis in the bariatric abdomen.
Bariatric endoscopy in the emergency room - what can be treated? When to apply for a therapeutic endoscopy?
Anatomy of mesenteric gaps and diagnosis of internal hernias. Intraoperative management of the patient with intestinal ischemia / necrosis
Approach of the patient with abdominal sepsis in the postoperative period of bariatric surgery
Particularities of the morbidly obese in the Intensive Care Unit. Treatment of abdominal compartment syndrome in the morbidly obese
Treatment of fistulas after bypass and vertical gastrectomy. Does anything change?
Discussion and debates
15h30-16hBreak
16h-17h30ABLS Course
MODULE 4 - Surgical Technique - How to treat? Videos
Gastro Jejunal Anastomosis Fistula and TEG Fistula in Bypass?
Petersen hernia and mesenteric breech hernia
Gastroenterostomy stenosis
Perforated ulcer in bariatric patient
Debate



IFSO LAC COURSE

• Sala 4
Time Activity
08h-16h30Course
IFSO LAC
08h-10hIFSO LAC Course
MODULE 1 - VIDEO DISCUSSION: INTERESTING CASES
10 min case presentations
10h-10h30Break
10h30-12h30IFSO LAC Course
SYMPOSIUM: Advances in Metabolic Surgery
What diabetic patient should I send to surgery?
What to do with the patient with weight regain and a new presentation of diabetes after surgery?
Real impact of the conclusions of the DSS II
Which Metabolic Surgery is the best?
Results of Metabolic / Bariatric Surgery after 5 years
Discussion Table
12h30-14hBreak
14h-15h30IFSO LAC Course
CLINICAL PROBLEM CASES: WELCOME TO REAL LIFE
Case 1 : Gastric Bypass Weight Regain What is the best?
Case 2 : Weight Regain post Gastric Sleeve. What is the best?
Case 3 : Conversion from gastric sleeve to gastric bypass for severe reflux: diagnosis and treatment
Discussion Table
15h30-16hBreak
16h-16h30IFSO LAC Course
CONVERSATION: How to strengthen the presence of Latin America in the world of Obesity Surgery?



COURSE - OBESITY IN THE BRAZILIAN PUBLIC HEALTH SYSTEM - PANORAMA AND LICENCE

• Sala 5
Time Activity
08h-18hCourse
OBESITY IN SUS - OVERVIEW AND QUALIFICATION
08h-10hPublic Health System Course
SESSION 1 - OVERVIEW OF PUBLIC POLICIES
Overview of Bariatric Surgery in the Unified Health System (SUS)
The policy of obesity care within the Ministry of Health
Bariatric surgery as a public health policy
Obesity: a multidisciplinary challenge in SUS
Training in the obesity care line
Area of operation in bariatric surgery / medical residency program
Discussion
10h-10h30Break
10h30-12h30Public Health System Course
SESSION 2 - QUALIFICATION IN BARIATRIC SURGERY
Qualification in bariatric surgery: first steps
Qualification and implementation of the Bariatric surgery service X Public resources available
Qualification in Bariatric Surgery: the role of the surgeon
Qualification in bariatric surgery: the hospital manager's vision
Qualification in bariatric surgery: the public manager's vision
Discussion
12h30-14hBreak
14h-15h30Public Health System Course
SESSION 3 - FINANCING AND BILLING - ECONOMIC VIABILITY
Financing of bariatric surgery in SUS
Bariatric Surgery Policy in the Public Health System: Paraná
Number of bariatric surgeries in Public Health System of Paraná State
Bariatric Surgery Policy in the Public Health System: São Paulo
Discussion
15h30-16hBreak
16h-17h30Public Health System Course
SESSION 4 - SUSTAINABILITY
Tools to help with billing
Laparoscopic bariatric surgery in SUS: is it feasible?
Bariatric surgery in philanthropic hospitals
Construction and forwarding of proposals
Closing



SAFE BARIATRIC SURGERY COURSE - HOW TO OPTIMIZE SAFETY AND IMPROVE RESULTS IN BARIATRIC SURGERY

• Sala - Temas Livres
Time Activity
08h-17h30Course
SAFE BARIATRIC SURGERY - HOW TO OPTIMIZE SAFETY AND IMPROVE RESULTS IN BARIATRIC SURGERY
08h-10hSafe Surgery Course
Module 1: The preoperative preparation
What is the incidence of complications in bariatric and metabolic surgery?
The Safe Surgery Program
The role of the ERAS protocol in bariatric surgery
Nutrition assessment and supplementation
How to minimize surgical risk?
Discussion
10h-10h30Break
10h30-12h30Safe Surgery Course
Module 2: Intraoperative Care
Safe anesthesia in bariatric surgery: the real role of opiates
How to reduce peritoneal inflammation
Pneumoperitoneum and Trochars
Staple line reinforcement: yes or no
The rational use of drains
Discussion
12h30-14hBreak
14h-15h30Safe Surgery Course
Module 3: How to Make a Safe Gastric Bypass
Pouch and gastrojejunal anastomosis
Length of handles
The prevention of postoperative hernias
How to treat bleeding
Discussion
15h30-16hBreak
16h-17h30Safe Surgery Course
Module 4: How to do a Safe Vertical Gastrectomy
Fistula prevention
How to avoid torsion and angulation
Do revision surgeries present greater risk?
Gastric antrum resection: yes or no
Discussion



  Thursday, May 16, 2019


PLENARY

• Plenária
Time Activity
08h-08h10OPENING OF PLENARY SCHEDULE
08h10-10hSession
SAFE BARIATRIC SURGERY
Is bariatric surgery a safe surgery?
Going back in time: what I would say to myself
The future of bariatric surgery! What is my vision?
Center of excellence, where are we and what actually works?
ERABS: basic principles
Metabolic Surgery. Challenges to overcome
Debate
10h-10h30Break
10h30-11h30Session
COMPLICATIONS
Portal and mesenteric vein thrombosis: should I be concerned?
Fistula, what's new?
Prophylactic anticoagulation, what has changed?
Closing the gaps: new evidence?
Debate
11h30-12hConference
CONFERENCE
Long-term results in adolescent surgery
Metabolic surgical procedures. The pylorus is important?
12h15-13h15Satellite Symposium
13h30-15h15Session
METABOLIC SURGERY
Techniques and parameters for choosing
Intestinal Hormones: what should I Know?
The best metabolic surgery is BYPASS
The best metabolic surgery is vertical gastrectomy
The best surgery is still the Duodenal Switch
Debate
15h15-16hSession
DIFFICULT SITUATIONS
Chronic abdominal pain after surgery
Hypoglycemia after bariatric surgery
Biliary lithiasis after bariatric surgery
Debate
16h-16h30Break
16h30-18hSession
SURGEON DUEL
Endoscopic gastroplasty as a long-term procedure
Yes
No
Discussion
Reinforcing the stapling lines.
Yes
No
Discussion
Closing of the diaphragmatic hiatus in vertical gastrectomy.
Yes
No
Discussion
Dealing with the failure of vertical gastrectomy.
BYPASS Yes
BYPASS No
Discussion
Dealing with gastric BYPASS failure.
Clinical treatment
Surgical treatment
Discussion
Final debate



SCIENTIFIC SQUARE

• Praça / Arena Científica
Time Activity
10h-10h30Lecture on the Scientific Square
16h-16h30Lecture on the Scientific Square



MENTAL HEALTH

• Sala 2
Time Activity
08h00-10hPanel
FOOD BEHAVIOR, OBESITY AND BARIATRIC SURGERY
Social determinants and psychosocial aspects of obesity: what is the evidence?
Nutritional aspects of eating behavior
Insulin resistance and eating behavior
Emotional eating: food as an affective regulator
Avoidant restrictive eating disorder and weight gain
Bariatric surgery in individuals with additive behaviors: absolute contraindication?
Diagnosis and management of subclinical eating behavior disorders (grazing, emotional eating, addition to food)
Discussion
10h-10h30Break
10h30-12hPanel
SPECIAL ISSUES OF MENTAL HEALTH OF THE BARIATRIC PATIENT
Theory in the etiopathogenic use of alcohol
Evidence-based happiness
Adolescent patients: psychosocial, cognitive and emotional aspects
Psychiatric, psychological and neurological aspects of bariatric surgery in the elderly
Bariatric patient sexual health
Discussion
12h-13hBreak
13h-14h20Panel
RECURRENCEE OF OBESITY
Cognitive-behavioral treatment in the relapse of obesity
Behavioral markers for recurrence of obesity
Behavioral markers for recurrence of obesity
Discussion
14h20-15h30Panel
PRE-SURGICAL PROFILES INDICATING WEIGHT RECURRENCE
Insomnia and nocturnal eating
Emotional and food self-regulation in adolescents
Discussion
16h-16h30Break
16h30-18hPanel
PROMOTION OF MENTAL HEALTH AND QUALITY OF LIFE OF THE BARIATRIC PATIENT
Technology and obesity: the addition to the internet, circadian rhythm and the interferences on the current man
Strategies to promote quality of life in bariatric patients
Mindfullness as a basis for reducing stress and improving quality of life
Workshops and groups as a form of integral attention to operated bariatric patients
Discussion



NUTRITION

• Sala 3
Time Activity
08h-10hSession
TABLE 1
When to refer the patient undergoing bariatric surgery for evaluation and speech therapy?
The interface of stomatognathic homeostasis and food adaptation
Fad diets and bariatric surgery: any evidence?
Does bariatric surgery alter the profile of white and brown adipose tissue?
Is there a Guideline for nutritional treatment of hypoglycemia after bariatric surgery?
Discussion
10h-10h30Break
10h30-12h00Session
TABLE 2
Management of sarcopenia in the postoperative phase of elderly operated
Gestation and Bariatric Surgery - What's New (AURORA STUDY)?
Nutritional strategies for the management of bariatric patient alopecia
Nutritional Therapy in Metabolic Surgery: Is There a Difference?
Discussion
12h-13h30Break
13h30-16hSession
TABLE 3
Nutrition x bone metabolism x bariatric surgery
Nutritional Monitoring in endoscopic procedures: balloon, argon, endoscopic plication
Practical tools for postoperative patient adherence
Metabolic changes in the post-bariatric and intestinal microbiota
Is weight relapse inevitable after bariatric surgery? Mechanisms involved
Current evidence on vitamin and mineral supplementation after surgery: theory and practice
Pre-operative weight loss: is it important?
Discussion
16h-16h30Break
16h30-18hSession
TABLE 4
Can phytotherapy assist in weight management and metabolic changes in post-surgery?
Anthropometric evaluation and the importance of bioimpedance in pre and postoperative evaluation
Iron deficiency anemia and hyperferritinemia after bariatric surgery - how to treat it?
Discussion
Closing



YOUNG SURGEONS COURSE

• Sala 4
Time Activity
08h-12h30Course
YOUNG SURGEONS
08h01-09hYoung Surgeons Course
SESSION 1: QUALIFICATION, PROMOTION AND PROTECTION
The Brazilian Society of Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery. What is SBCBM: what is its role: its composition, board, administration, departments and chapters. Advantages of being associated: How to actively participate in SBCBM. What are the limits of SBSBM's performance?
Free and Informed Consent Term (FICT). What is its importance: Which topics should be included?
Medicine in the era of social networks. Virtual advertising and relationship with patients (Whatsapp, Instagram, Facebook): what can be used or not?
Discussion
09h-09h30Young Surgeons Course
Session 2: TECHNICAL DETAILS, TIPS AND TRICKS: WHAT I LEARNED WRONG
Direct questions - even more direct answers. Technical details (the "how to" and "tricks") - 1) Vertical Gastrectomy, 2) GBYR
09h30-10hYoung Surgeons Course
Session 3: MEDICAL FEES AND HEALTH PLAN ACCREDITATION
Direct questions - even more direct answers.
1) Am I obliged (being/not being) to accept multiprofessional teams and the rules imposed by the agreements to authorize a surgery?
2) And the materials (OPME): how do I demand quantity and quality?
3) Health plan fees are low: winning strategies that worked.
4) Private patients: How much to charge and how to charge the fees?
5) Should I charge (and be responsible) for the materials (OPME)?
6) I am not accredited by the health plan, can I still operate?
10h-10h30Break
10h30-11h30Young Surgeons Course
Session 4: COMPLICATIONS AND INSUCCESSES... WHAT NOW? WHAT DO I DO?
Complications after vertical gastrectomy - How to avoid them and how to treat them: what experience has taught me
Discussion
Complications after BGYR - How to avoid them and how to treat them: what experience has taught me
Discussion
Insufficient weight loss or weight regain Is there any fault? Should I always start with clinical treatment? When is the endoscopic procedure possible? When should I indicate a revisional surgery? Should I take the risk or should I forward the case?
Discussion
11h30-12h00Young Surgeons Course
Session 5: SURGERY IN SUS [Brazilian Unified Health System]
Bariatric Surgery in Public Hospitals - Should I Accept (or Continue to Perform) Open Surgery? How do I make videolaparoscopy (forced)? And if a patient dies of complications of obesity in the line of surgery: who is responsible? Who is responsible for the long-term postoperative follow-up: the surgeon himself or the hospital institution?
Pre and postoperative - Is my routine pre-operative exams and evaluations the same in private, in the agreement and in the SUS? Can I indicate surgery in patients outside the rules of the ANS and the Ministry of Health? How do I maintain long-term post-operative follow-up (
Discussion
12h-13h30Break



Symposium - New Proposals

• Sala 4
Time Activity
13h-14h15Symposium - New Proposals
Session 1
The regulation of medical specialties in Brazil
The regulation of bariatric surgery in Brazil
The regulation of metabolic surgery in Brazil
Discussion
14h15-14h45Symposium - New Proposals
Round Table 1: Practice Area, Specialty, Medical Residence. The Role of Societies, CBC, CBCD, SBCBM
14h45-16hSymposium - New Proposals
Session 2: Rationale, technical bases and results
OAGB/MGB
"ILEAL INTERPOSITION"
"BIPARTITION"
"SADI"
Discussion
16h-16h30Break
16h30-17h15Symposium - New Proposals
Round table 2: critical analysis of the results of the new procedures
Bipartition, ileal interposition, OAGB/MGB, SADS
17h15-18hSymposium - New Proposals
Session 3: current state of the techniques in Brazil and the world
Bipartition, ileal interposition, OAGB/MGB, SADS



  Friday, May 17, 2019


PLENARY

• Plenária
Time Activity
08h-08h45Panel
CONTROVERSIES
Gastric bypass. Puch size, stoma diameter, limb length. What really matters?
Recurrence of obesity after endoscopic gastroplasty. What to do?
"OAGB/MGB", what can be said?
Debate
08h45-10hSession
SURGEON DUEL 2
Is vertical gastrectomy contraindicated in GERD?
Yes
No
Discussion
Obese at extreme age should have different treatments?
Yes
No
Discussion
Robotics in the super obese. Worth it?
Yes
No
Discussion
Vertical gastrectomy as first stage surgery.
Yes
No
Discussion
Final debate
10h-10h30Break
10h30-11h10Conference
CONFERENCE
SADI, OAGB, BPD-DS, SADI-S, SAGI, SIPS, SADJB. We need all this.
SADI, OAGB, BPD-DS, SADI-S, SAGI, SIPS, SADJB. We do not need all this.
11h10-12hSession
BARIATRIC SURGERY TO THE EXTREME
Bariatric surgery and oncogenesis
Super obese. Does the technique matter?
Mechanisms for type 2 diabetes remission with bariatric surgery
Debate
12h15-13h15Satellite Symposium
13h30-14h30Panel
ECONOMIC PANEL
14h30-15h10Conference
STATE OF THE ART
Surgery in class 1 obesity. Only on diabetics?
Bile acids and intestinal bioma after bariatric surgery
15h10-16hSession
MYTH OR TRUTH
Sarcopenia after bariatric surgery
Behavioral changes. Can a multidisciplinary team avoid this?
Mineral and vitamin deficiency. Equal replacement or replacement according to the technique used?
Obesity and NASH?
Debate
16h-16h30Break
16h30-17h10Conference
CONFERENCE
How to recommend the best surgery and for which patient?
What is the best surgical technique in relapse after vertical gastrectomy?
17h10-18hVideo Session
VIDEO SESSION
"The Secret" - 7-minute video session
18h-19hGeneral Assembly



SCIENTIFIC SQUARE

• Praça / Arena Científica
Time Activity
10h-10h30Lecture on the Scientific Square
16h-16h30Lecture on the Scientific Square



PHYSICAL HEALTH

• Sala 2
Time Activity
08h-10hPanel
OPTIMIZING THE PRE-OPERATIVE
Pre and Post-Operative Care: How I Do It
Preoperative: Physical Education optimizing results
Sleep apnea and quality of life
Barriers to exercise and how to transpose
Functional training (practice)
Discussion
10h-10h30Break
10h30-12hPanel
FUNCTIONALITY
Sarcopenia
Postural rehabilitation
Posture and biomechanics
Impact of obesity on functionality
Discussion
12h-13h30Break
13h30-16hPanel
INTELLIGENT POST-OPERATIVE
Evaluation and how to use the line of reasoning to create program
Lifestyle updates and new technologies: the physiotherapist's vision
Lifestyle updates and new technologies: the view of the physical educator
Impact of bariatric surgery on quality of life: a look at markers of body composition comorbidities
Active post-bariatric: long-term success
HIT (DM2, weight loss)
Discussion
16h30-16h30Break
16h30-18h10Panel
WHAT WOULD I DO...
Panel - Protocols: Brazilan Public Health Service (SUS) vs. private system
Panel - Action plan for exercise prescription
Pro and Contra Round



MEDICAL HEALTH

• Sala 3
Time Activity
08h-10hSession
Module I - Bariatric Surgery in the Elderly
Main bariatric surgery techniques in the elderly patient
Clinical recommendation of bariatric surgery: Which patients benefit and which do not?
Longevity and obesity: the impact of bariatric surgery on the elderly
Pre and postoperative sarcopenia: diagnosis, treatment and clinical and surgical implications
Discussion and questions
10h-10h30Break
10h30-12h30Session
Module II - Clinical complications of bariatric surgery
Nutritional deficiencies: practical aspects and scientific evidence
Alcoholism and food addiction
Renal transplanted patient: pre and post-surgical clinical approach
Osteoporosis and osteopenia: diagnosis, treatment and association with the operative technique
Discussion and questions
12h30-13h30Break
13h30-16hSession
Module III-Recurrence of obesity
Surgical re-emergence in the recurrence of obesity: when, how and why?
Pharmacological Approach to Recurrence of Obesity after Bariatric Surgery
What is the best diet in recurrence of obesity: ketogenic, low carb or low calorie?
What is the best time of day and type of exercise for weight loss?
Mindfulness: scientific evidence in the treatment of obesity recurrence
Discussion and questions
16h-16h30Break
16h30-18h10Session
Module IV- Metabolic Surgery and Obesity
Which diabetic patient should I refer to metabolic surgery?
Treatment of obesity in difficult
Pharmacotherapy of Obesity - New studies and future perspectives
Melatonin and obesity: metabolic effects - when should we replace?
Discussion and questions



  Saturday, May 18, 2019


SCIENTIFIC SQUARE

• Praça / Arena Científica
Time Activity
09h10-10hVideo Session
SESSION OF EDITED REVISIONAL SURGERY VIDEOS
10h10-11hSession
"SBCBM WITH OPEN DOORS". I WOULD LIKE TO GIVE THAT LECTURE.
11h10-11h30Special Session
DISCLOSURE OF THE 3 BEST SCIENTIFIC WORKS IN THE ORAL, VIDEO AND POST-GRADUATION THESIS CATEGORIES
11h30-12h30Special Session
PRESENTATION OF WINNING ABSTRACTS IN EACH CATEGORY


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