Satellite Symposia

Friday, 04 November from 18:15 in Room X

Satellite Symposium - bng

Polypectomy in 1:1 handling

Chairs: Jens Aschenbeck and Angelika Behrens

From cap to AI - improving the adenoma detection rate
Jochen Wedemeyer

Polypectomy in practice: How do I do it? What do I not do?
Matthias Kahl

Polypectomy: essential facts about the technique, e.g. snares, current, loop ect.
Axel Eickhoff

Satellite Symposium for Care - DEGEA

DEGEA Review - Hands on and sweating like the experts

Tutors a. o.: Nils Andersen, Antje Da Vinci, Torsten Dietze, Julia Epe, Tanja Florian, Rosita Hoffmann, Birgit Woytal

Haemostasis techniques - when routine equipment is no longer sufficient

"Sponge-Bob" - Complication management with sponge and stents for the closure of leaks and large defects

No flying blind - EUS enables the path to the biliary system

Being prepared is everything - ERCP short and long wire systems, complex stone extractions, complex stenting

Hooks, knives & Co at ESD and POEM - what does the assistant need to know?

There is only a limited number of practice spaces available. Admission according to capacity.

Satellite Symposium - JUGA

ENDOCLUBNORD feat. JUGA: ERCP for beginners - how can I get better faster?

Chairs: Marcus Hollenbach and Ana Dugic

Beginner's mistakes in ERCP - Tips for the first steps
Johanna List, Martha Kirstein

ERCP on the model - how dry bathing or useful exercise?
Stavris Dimitriadis, Alexander Hann

International continuing education systems - is the neighbour's grass really greener?
Oscar Cahyadi, Henrike Lenzen