Roundtable Video 5. Managing Complications Following Pancreatic Resection
By Alison Shamwana | Started 2nd Mar 2016
IHPBA is delighted to present a series of roundtable discussions on Treatment and Advances in the Surgical Management of Pancreatic Cancer.
The fifth in the series, this video explores topics around complications following pancreatic surgery including approaches to diagnosis and tracking of complications, the role of the surgeon in managing complications, quantitative complication severity measurement, delayed gastric emptying, pancreas leak, pancreatic fistula, and considerations of the use of drains.
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Chapter 1: Preparation and selection of the Pancreatic Surgical Patient
Chapter 2: Borderline resectable pancreatic cancer and neoadjuvant therapy
Chapter 3: Technical Considerations in Pancreatic Surgery
Chapter 4: Locally Advanced Pancreatic Cancer
Charles Vollmer, MD
Director of Pancreatic Surgery
Co-Chief of Upper Gastrointestinal Oncology at the Abramson Cancer Center
Co-Director of the Penn Pancreatic Cyst Program
Hospital Affiliation: University of Pennsylvania
Expertise: Malignant and benign conditions of the pancreas and biliary system, pancreatitis, pancreatic cystic lesions, pancreatic cancer, and upper gastrointestinal malignancies
Robert C.G. Martin, II, MD, PhD
Sam and Lolita Weakley Professor
Division Director, Division of Surgery
Hospital Affiliation: University of Louisville, Louisville, KY
Expertise: Liver Tumors, Pancreatic, Esophageal, Gastric, Colon, Bile duct, Sarcoma and Melanoma
Michelle De Oliveira, MD, FACS
Assistant Professor at University of Zurich
Hospital Affiliation: University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
Professor Nigel Heaton
Professor of Liver Transplant, Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgery
Hospital Affiliation: London Bridge Hospital, London, United Kingdom
Expertise: Living Donor Transplantation, complex hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery, liver transplantation
This video was produced with grant support from our Corporate Partner, AngioDynamics, Inc. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this video are those of the individuals appearing in the video and do not necessarily reflect the view of AngioDynamics, Inc.