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32nd Annual Meeting of the
American Society for Metabolic and
Presented at ObesityWeeksm 2015
November 2-7, 2015
Los Angeles Convention Center
Los Angeles, California
About the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric
The ASMBS is the largest national society for this specialty. The vision of the
Society is to improve public health and well-being by lessening the burden of
the disease of obesity and related diseases throughout the world.
Founded in 1983, foremost American surgeons have formed the society’s leadership and have established an excellent organization with educational and support programs for surgeons and integrated health professionals. The purpose of the society is to advance the art and science of metabolic and bariatric surgery by continually improving the quality and safety of care and treatment of
people with obesity and related diseases by:
Advancing the science of metabolic and bariatric surgery and increase • public understanding of obesity.
Fostering collaboration between health professionals on obesity and • related diseases.
Providing leadership in metabolic and bariatric surgery the • multidisciplinary management of obesity.
Advocating for health care policy that ensures patient access to • prevention and treatment of obesity.
Serving the educational needs of our members, the public and other • professionals.
About ObesityWeekSM ObesityWeeksm is a unique, international event focused on the basic science, clinical application, surgical intervention and prevention of obesity. Co-locating both TOS and ASMBS annual meetings brings together world-renowned experts in obesity to share innovation and breakthroughs in science unmatched around the globe. Attendees will enjoy the diverse educational opportunities, networking events, and scientific synergies created through the collaboration of these leading obesity organizations.
2015 ASMBS Program Committee The Program Committee is responsible for developing and arranging all of the annual educational events for the ASMBS with the annual conference being the primary educational event. The committee identifies needs, professional gaps, and barriers; reviews and grades submitted abstracts; selects relevant topics and educational design; secures guest speakers;
contributes to the development of overall conference programming.
Chair and EC Liaison Aurora Pryor, MD Co-Chair Michel Gagner, MD Immediate Past Chair Daniel Herron, MD
Maintenance of Certification Subcommittee:
Michel Gagner, MD, Subcommittee Chair; Wayne English, MD; Jonathan Finks, MD; Bradley Needleman, MD
Brandon Williams, MD, Subcommittee Chair; Monali Misra, MD; Jason Johnson, MD; Peter Hallowell, MD
Emerging Technologies and Concepts Subcommittee:
Erik Wilson, MD, Subcommittee Chair; Bipan Chand, MD; Ann Rogers, MD
Scientific Papers Subcommittee:
Ranjan Sudan, MD, Subcommittee Chair; Benjamin Schneider, MD; Stephen Wohlgemuth, MD
Dana Telem, MD, Subcommittee Chair; Shawn Tsuda, MD; Jeremy Aidlen, MD; Matthew Kroh, MD
International Effort Subcommittee:
Natan Zundel, MD, Subcommittee Chair; Bruce Schirmer, MD; Keith Kim, MD
Shanu Kothari, MD, Subcommittee Chair; Alan Saber, MD; Mohamed Ali, MD; John Scott, MD; Sivamainthan Vithiananthan, MD
ASMBS Staff Liaisons:
Kristie Kaufman and Lauren Tucker ASMBS Executive Council
ASMBS Educational Overview and Information Purpose The American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery is committed to providing tools for physicians and integrated health professionals as they participate in the Maintenance of Certification program, a lifelong learning process which includes areas of self-assessment and quality improvement of practice performance by physician specialists. Presentations of papers submitted from the most current research, as well as invited lecturers, promote the exchange of information and experiences between those practiced in bariatric surgery and newcomers to the field. The Scientific Session is offered as a culmination to the selection of courses presented in various learning formats designed to meet the needs of the learner. The primary goal is continual improvement in the competence and performance of those in the field of bariatric surgery which will result in improved patient outcomes.
Target Audience The conference is designed for all clinical and academic surgeons and support staff, including any health professional involved in the care of the patient with obesity, who wish to increase their knowledge of the surgical and perioperative management of the patient with obesity. The conference is also designed for those seeking practical pearls and hands-on experience to modify their practice and thereby achieve more favorable patient outcomes.
Upon completion of this conference, physicians and support staff should be able to:
• Define, discuss and solve specific challenges in the treatment of patients who suffer from obesity and obesity-related and metabolic diseases and conditions
• Describe the development and use of new techniques to achieve weight loss by surgery in patients with obesity
• Examine the broad scope of patient care services
• Identify the specific needs of bariatric patients and assist in targeting their care in a coordinated multidisciplinary team effort Accreditation Statements The American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (AMSBS) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery designates this educational activity for a maximum of 36.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.
Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Nursing Credits (up to 36.75 CE contact hours) are provided by Taylor College, Los Angeles, California (possibly may not be accepted for national certification). Provider is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, provider number CEP-3285, for the stated number of contact hours.
APA and NASW credits for the ASMBS Masters in Behavioral Health Course are pending. This course is co-sponsored by Amedco and the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS).
Educational Disclaimer The primary purpose of this conference is education. Information presented, as well as publications, technologies, products, and/or services discussed, are intended to inform you about the knowledge, techniques and experiences of bariatric surgeons who are willing to share such information with colleagues.
A diversity of professional opinions exists in bariatric surgery, and the views of the conference’s faculty are offered solely for educational purposes. Faculty’s views neither represent those of the ASMBS nor constitute endorsement by the Society. The ASMBS declaims any and all liability or damages to any ASMBS individual attending this conference and for all claims, which may result from the use of information, publications, technologies, products, and/or services of the meeting. Faculty disclosure statements have been requested from the speakers and will be presented in the conference materials.
Paper Sessions * Presentation under consideration for the John Halverson Young Investigator Award Wednesday, November 4, 2015 Paper Session I: TOP PAPERS AND VIDEOS____ ___________ _ 10:15am–12:00pm
1:30pm A105 – INTRAGASTRIC BALLOON: A BRAZILIAN MULTICENTRIC STUDY OF 3545 CASES Main Presenter: Bruno Dr. Sander, MD Co-Authors: Manoel Galvao Neto, MD; Ricardo Fittipaldi-Fernandez, MD; Giorgio Baretta, PhD; Jimi Scarparo, MD; Cristina Diestel, PhD
2:10pm A107 – SHORT-TERM OUTCOMES FOLLOWING CONVERSION OF
ADJUSTABLE GASTRIC BANDINGMain Presenter: Jonathan Finks, MD Co-Authors: Steven C. Poplawski, MD; Paul R. Kemmeter, MD, FACS; Arthur M.
Carlin, MD; Matthew J. Weiner, MD; Oliver A. Varban, MD, FACS; Amir A. Ghaferi, MD; Ruth Cassidy, MS 2:30pm A157 – VIDEO: AN ODYSSEY OF COMPLICATIONS FROM BAND, TO
SLEEVE, TO BYPASS; DEFINITIVE LAPAROSCOPIC COMPLETION
GASTRECTOMY WITH DISTAL ESOPHAGECTOMY AND
ESOPHAGOJEJUNOSTOMY FOR PERSISTENT LEAKMain Presenter: Hideo Takahashi, MD Co-Authors: A. Daniel Guerron MD; John Rodriguez MD; Matthew Kroh MD 2:50pm A109 – FACTORS RELATED TO IMPROVEMENT IN JOINT PAIN AND
PHYSICAL FUNCTION FOLLOWING BARIATRIC SURGERYMain Presenter: Wendy C. King, PhD Co-Authors: Jia-Yuh Chen, MS; Steven H. Belle, PhD MScHyg; Anita P. Courcoulas, MD MPH; Gregory F. Dakin, MD; Katherine Elder, PhD; David R. Flum, MD, MPH, FACS; William F. Gourash, MSN CRNP; Marcelo W. Hinojosa, MD; James E.
Mitchell, MD; Bruce M. Wolfe, MD; Susan Z. Yanovski, MD 3:10pm A110 – COVERING BARIATRIC SURGERY HAS MINIMAL EFFECT ON
INSURANCE PREMIUM COSTS WITHIN THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACTMain Presenter: Wayne J. English, MD Co-Authors: Brandon Williams, MD; John D. Scott, MD ASMBS
4:15pm A115 – COMPARATIVE STUDY OF EPIGENETICS IN ADIPOSE TISSUE AND
LIVER FROM DIABETIC AND NON-DIABETIC OBESE PATIENTS: A
DIFFERENTIAL DNA METHYLATION ANALYSIS IN A MEXICAN MESTIZOPOPULATION.
Main Presenter: Carlos Zerrweck, MD Co-Authors: Francisco Barajas, Candidate PhD; Federico Centeno, PhD; Francisco Campos, MD; Elisa Sepúlveda, MD; Hernán Maydón, MD; Gabriela Maldonado, MD;
Angélica Martínez, PHD; Lorena Orozco, MD 4:30pm A111 – RECENT NATIONAL TRENDS IN THE SURGICAL TREATMENT OF
OBESITY: SLEEVE GASTRECTOMY DOMINATES*Main Presenter: Zhamak Khorgami, MD Co-Authors: Amin Andalib; Ricard Corcelles, MD, PhD; Ali Aminian, MD; Stacy A.
Brethauer, MD; Philip R. Schauer, MD 4:45pm A112 – COMPARATIVE RESOLUTION OF COMORBID CONDITIONS AFTER
DIFFERENT BARIATRIC OPERATIONS. A PROPENSITY MATCHED STUDY
OF PATIENTS UNDERGOING BARIATRIC SURGERY IN THE UNITED
STATESMain Presenter: Ranjan Sudan, MD Co-Authors: Ninh T. Nguyen, MD; Amber Wilk, PhD; John M. Morton, MD; Matthew Maciejewski, PhD 5:00pm A113 – THE IMPACT OF CARE COACHING ON HOSPITAL LENGTH OF
STAY, READMISSION RATES AND OVERALL PATIENT SATISFACTION
POST-BARIATRIC SURGERY.Main Presenter: Anahita Jalilvand, MD Co-Authors: Sabrena F. Noria, MD, PhD; Bradley Needleman, MD; Dean J. Mikami, MD; Kristina Layton, BSN RN-BC; Melissa Hornor, MD; Andrew Suzo, BS; Mahmoud Abdel-Rasoul, MS, MPH; Luke Macadam, BS CSE 5:15pm A114 – SURGICAL SKILL AND BARIATRIC SURGERY: DOES SKILL IN ONE
PROCEDURE PREDICT OUTCOMES FOR ANOTHER?Main Presenter: Oliver A. Varban, MD, FACS Co-Authors: Justin B. Dimick, MD, MPH, FACS; Arthur M. Carlin, MD; Jyothi Thumma, R, MPH; Amir Ghaferi, MD, MS, FACS; Matthew J. Weiner, MD;
Abdelkader Hawasli, MD 5:30pm A116 – DIET-INDUCED THERMOGENESIS IN PATIENTS WITH
POSTOPERATIVE RYGBP WEIGHT REGAINMain Presenter: Silvia L. Faria, MSc, RD Co-Authors: Orlando P. Faria, MD; Mariane M. Cardeal, MD; Marina K. Ito, PhD 5:45pm A117 – WEIGHT REGAIN IN ROUX-EN-Y GASTRIC BYPASS LATE
POSTOPERATIVE – GUT HORMONES ROLEMain Presenter: Marco Aurelio Santo, MD Co-Authors: Henrique DG. Joaquim, MD; Daniel Riccioppo; Mitsunori Matsuda; Paulo Engler; Flavio Kawamoto, MD; Allan M. Garms; Roberto Cleva, MD; Leila Antonangelo; Lia Marçal; Ivan Cecconello ASMBS Paper Session IV: OUTCOMES _____ _________________ 4:15pm–6:00pm 4:15pm A118 – DO FINDINGS ON ROUTINE PREOPERATIVE EGD ALTER OUR
MANAGEMENT OF BARIATRIC SURGERY PATIENTS?Main Presenter: Patrick Fei, MD Co-Authors: John Phu, MD; Megumi Asai, MD; Gintaras Antanavicius, MD, FACS 4:30pm A119 – EFFECT OF PREOPERATIVE WEIGHT LOSS ON OUTCOMES WITH
BARIATRIC SURGERYMain Presenter: Jonathan Finks, MD Co-Authors: Arthur M. Carlin, MD; Matthew J. Weiner, MD; Jon L. Schram, MD; Paul R. Kemmeter, MD, FACS; Oliver A. Varban, MD, FACS; Ruth Cassidy, MS 4:45pm A120 – EARLY FEEDING POST BARIATRIC SURGERY REDUCES LENGTH
OF STAYMain Presenter: Nabil Tariq, MD Co-Authors: Beverly Shirkey, PhD; Linda W. Moore, MS, RDN; Richard Ogunti, MBBS,MPH; Mamta Puppala, MS; Stephen Wong, Ph.D., P.E.; Patricia Wilson, LVN;
Vadim Sherman, MD
5:15pm A123 – THE BENEFIT AND COST EFFECTIVENESS OF LAPAROSCOPIC
GASTRIC BYPASS STEMS LARGELY FROM RESOLUTION OF METABOLIC
DISEASE, NOT JUST WEIGHT LOSS*Main Presenter: Jennifer Kaplan, MD Co-Authors: James G Kahn, M.D, M.P.H.; Stanley Rogers, M.D.; Matthew Lin, M.D.;
Samuel C. Schecter, MBBS; Jonathan T. Carter, MD 5:30pm A124 – BLEEDING RATES ARE INCREASED WITH PREOPERATIVE