3.1 Endoscopy Course: Gastrointestinal bleeding
Dr. J. Weigt
Maximum number of participants:
Duration: 1 day
Dates: on request
Course objective: Targeting a visceral bleeding may represent a challenge for endoscopists. Usually, endoscopy is the first approach in patients with an obscure blood loss from the gastrointestinal tract to identify the bellding site and ideally to achieve adequate hemostasis concurrently. Aim of this course is to train endoscopists to get prepared for such clinical situations and to train to achieve sufficient hemostasis. Recently, in vitro models on the basis of pig stomachs have proven very practical for such purposes. Accordingly, in this course not only in a theoretical
course to lecture a guidelines-recommended approach to gastrointestinal bleeding, but in particular also a practical approach in hands-on sessions on pig stomachs.
Target group: Endoscopists / endoscopic nurses
• Risk stratification and staging
• Treatment guidelines: ulcer bleeding, portal hypertension, lower GI bleeding
• Conservative therapy in portal hypertension
• Technical fundamentals for endocopic hemostasis
• Material: clips, injections, sclerotherapy, ligation, APC, electrocoagulation
• Endoscopic therapy in portal hypertension
• ICU management
Registration is compulsory. Cancellations recieved up to two weeks prior to the event date will be charged with a processing fee of 25,- Euros. After this date or in case of non-attendance, we will calculate the entire conference fee. Registration as well as cancellation must be in writing.
Please contact Madeleine Beneke for all general or booking requests.
phone: +49 391 6715561
address: Leipziger Strasse 44, 39120 Magdeburg/Germany