Watch Peter Siersema lead a roundtable discussion on gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) during the ISDE 2016 Congress in Singapore. The discussion centered around the following areas:
Moderator: Peter Siersema
Panelists: Luigi Bonavina (Endoscopic / laproscopic antireflux procedures), Magnus Nilsson (Surgery), Karl Hermann Fuchs (Patients not responding to surgery), Giovanni Zaninotto (Hiatal Hernia), Kenneth Wang (PPI), Lars Lundell (patients, clinical practice, etc.), Monther Bajbouji (Diagnostics)
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FA02.01: Baclofen treatment for rumination syndrome: a double-blind, placebo-controlled, cross-over study
FA02.02: Electrical stimulation therapy of the LES is effective for refractory GERD– one year results of an international multicenter trial
FA02.03: Waist hip ratio is a better predictor of esophageal acid exposure than body mass index
FA02.04: Notch signaling in the development of esophageal mucosal damage caused by gastroesophageal reflux: the first report from human model
FA02.05: Prevalence of gastro-esophageal acid reflux in benign upper airway stenosis
FA02.06: Comparison of impedance planimetry (EndoFLIP®) and videofluoroscopy for the evaluation of esophagogastric junction opening width
FA02.07: Endocytoscopic observation of esophagitis
FA02.08: One year following laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy: patients develop severe gastro-esophageal reflux as evaluated by 24h MIIpH
PL13.01: The multifactorial pathogenesis of GERD
PL13.02: State of the art medical treatment
PL13.03: Novel pharmacological opportunities
PL13.04: Pharmacological intervention in the acid pocket
PL13.05: Definition and diagnostic work-up of refractory GERD
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PL15.01: Can the magnetic ring compete with conventional surgery? PL15.02: Combined pH-impedance monitoring in nonresponders to PPI
PL15.03: Endoluminal treatment options
PL15.04: Partial fundoplication to avoid the side effects of Nissen
Effect of baclofen on gastric acid pocket in subjects with gastroesophageal reflux disease symptoms
Dis Esophagus (2017) 39 (7) 1-9.
Foregut symptoms, somatoform tendencies, and the selection of patients for antireflux surgery
Dis Esophagus (2017) 30 (7) 1-10.
Alginate therapy is effective treatment for GERD symptoms: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
Dis Esophagus (2017) 30 (5): 1-9.
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