Cleveland Clinic’s 4th Annual Updates in General Surgery 2022

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62 Videos
File Size = 3.30 GB

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Course/Book Format:

62 Videos
File Size = 3.30 GB

Course/Book Details (Overview + Topics/Speakers):

Cleveland Clinic’s 4th Annual Updates in General Surgery provides comprehensive focus on management and treatment options from a general surgical perspective. Complex procedures will be discussed, along with a variety of subjects affecting the rural/community surgeon. A myriad of cases and enhanced recovery protocols will be reviewed covering the wide variety of patients encountered in general surgical practice.  This activity is eligible for American Board of Surgery (ABS) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) self-assessment credits, and serves as an effective refresher course for the ABSITE training exam.

Cleveland Clinic
4th Annual Updates in General Surgery


Session 1 – Hernia I
Abdominal Wall Anatomy: A Practical Guide For the Abdominal Surgeon Michael Rosen, MD
Mesh: What Are My Options? Clayton Petro, MD
Perioperative Care of Ventral Hernia Emanuele Lo Menzo, MD
When Do I Need Imaging, and What Type of Imaging Should I Order? Clayton Petro, MD
Approaches to Umbilical Hernia Repair Emanuele Lo Menzo, MD
Rectus Diastasis With and Without Hernia – What Should I Do? Samuel Szomstein, MD
Lap and Robotic IPOM Ajita Prabhu, MD
MIS Ventral Hernia Repair Part II: Robotic Retromuscular Techniques for VHR (rTAPP, eTEP, rTAR) Lucas Beffa, MD
Questions and Answers Multiple Faculty
Session 2 – Hernia II
Wound Complications After Ventral Hernia Repair Lucas Beffa, MD
Cirrhosis and Hernia – What Should I Do? Samuel Szomstein, MD
Sports Hernia David Krpata, MD
MIS Inguinal Anatomy and Operative Approaches Clayton Petro, MD
Groin Pain After Inguinal Hernia Repair – What Now? David Krpata, MD
Questions and Answers Multiple Faculty
Hernia School Case Reviews Multiple Faculty
Session 3 – Surgical Oncology: Breast
De-escalation of Treatment in Breast Cancer Julie E. Lang, MD
Management of the Axilla Zahraa Al Hilli, MD
Margins and Breast Conserving Surgery Stephanie Valente, DO
Nipple Sparing Mastectomy Julie E. Lang, MD
Immediate Breast Reconstruction Zahraa Al Hilli, MD
Oncoplastics Stephanie Valente, DO
Genetics and Breast Cancer Risk Holly Pederson, MD
Benign Breast Lesions Holly Pederson, MD
Session 4 – Surgical Oncology: Skin
Stage IV Metastatic Melanoma: Vision for 2022 and Beyond David W. Ollila, MD
Stage III Metastatic Melanoma: Vision for 2022 and Beyond David W. Ollila, MD
Quick Primer on Basal Cell Carcinoma and Squamous Cell Carcinoma David W. Ollila, MD
Questions and Answers Multiple Faculty
Session 5 – Trauma I
That Skin Looks Weird: Burn Management Cathleen Khandelwal, MD
There’s Poop in the Belly. Now What? Colorectal Trauma Eric Johnson, MD
Questions and Answers Multiple Faculty
Session 6 – Trauma II
That Skin Still Looks Weird: Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections Cathleen Khandelwal, MD
Break Out the Broselow Tape: Pediatric Trauma Darrell Cass, MD
Trauma in Pregnancy Cathleen Khandelwal, MD
Questions and Answers Multiple Faculty
Trauma Case Presentation David R. Rosen, MD
Session 7 – Colorectal I
‘Roids – and Not the Anabolic Ones Bradley Champagne, MD
Will My Fissure Ever Go Away? Yes. Sarah Vogler, MD
Anal Abscess & Fistula Justin A. Maykel, MD
Pilonidal Disease: Drain it, Resect It or Flap It? Eric Johnson, MD
Questions and Answers Multiple Faculty
Diverticulitis: So When Are We Supposed to Operate? David R. Rosen, MD
The Appendix: Abx or Operate?  What if I See Mucin? David Maron, MD
Anastomotic Leaks – Avoiding and Managing Them Justin A. Maykel, MD
Questions and Answers Multiple Faculty
Session 8 – Colorectal II
Robotics 2.0 David R. Rosen, MD
C. Diff: What the Surgeon Needs to Know David Maron, MD
Small Bowel Obstruction: Every Case is Different Bradley Champagne, MD
Large Bowel Obstruction Justin A. Maykel, MD
Constipation: What Surgeons Should Know Sarah Vogler, MD
Questions and Answers Multiple Faculty
Panel Discussion of Cases Multiple Faculty
Session 9 – Rural and General Surgery I
Tips and Tricks for Managing the Gallbladder. Nightmares From an HPB Surgeon Robert Simon, MD
Common Pediatric Surgical Problems That Real General Surgeons Face Darrell Cass, MD
Updates in Managing Pancreatitis From a Surgeon’s Perspective Robert Simon, MD
Updates on Managing Ischemic Bowel Benjamin Miller, MD
Ob/Gyn for the General Surgeon in the Real World Lindsey Beffa, MD
Questions and Answers Multiple Faculty
Session 10 – Rural and General Surgery II
Endoscopy-How to Get the Most Out of Your Endoscope Richard Guttman, Jr., MD
Telehealth: The Future of Surgery, or a Passing Pandemic Fad? David Krpata, MD
Why Every General Surgeon Should Know How to Use the Ultrasound, and How I Do It Richard Guttman, Jr., MD
Panel Discussion Plus Case Review Multiple Faculty

Release Date: 4/1/22
CME Expiration: 3/31/24

Target Audience and Covered Specialties:

Cleveland Clinic, Gastroenterology, simple, Surgery

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