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@ACPGBI Apr 7
A study investigating the perfusion of colorectal anastomoses using fluorescence angiography: results of the FLAG randomized trial
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EAES Apr 7
We are delighted to announce 9 Fellowship grants. The Fellowship consists of a 3 month training programme in MIS, hosted by major centers located in Europe and the United States. The aim of the Fellowship is to provide exposure to expertise in MIS.
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Brennan Spiegel, MD, MSHS Apr 1
*Please share*: Top ten facts about and the gut: C19 is . In the past 3 wks we've learned a lot about how C19 infects the gastrointestinal tract. In this tweetorial, I summarize what's known and provide relevant research links in one place. Here goes...(1/6)
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John Marks Apr 1
Come join this important meeting put on by the Imperial College in London- Cancer care in the time of Covid
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EAES Mar 30
Together with our colleagues from we have composed an infographic summary of the main points of the statements of recommendations to provide our members additional help to cope with Covid 19 in Surgery. More information is available through both our websites.
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Peter Kolchinsky Mar 28
If you are hearing about “reinfections” in Asia, I can offer you my take as a virologist. The best explanation for what we’re seeing is likely due to three things...
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Rupert Pearse Mar 29
Good to see clear guidance that ventilating multiple patients with a single machine is unsafe. We need to stop wasting time on well-intentioned but madcap ideas. Poor quality ICU care will not save lives.
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Laura Mar 29
SAGES and EAES Recommendations Regarding Surgical Response to COVID-19 Crisis:
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Mohamed Nasr Mar 29
SAGES and EAES Recommendations Regarding Surgical Response to COVID-19 Crisis via
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Steven D Wexner MD, PhD Mar 23
Development and early outcomes of the national training initiative for transanal total mesorectal excision in the UK
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@ACPGBI Feb 18
Development and Early Outcomes of the National Training initiative for Transanal Total Mesorectal Excision (TaTME) in the UK
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Debby Keller, MD Oct 24
The Aortic Calcification Index is a risk factor associated with anastomotic leakage after anterior resection of
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TATME training UK Oct 17
Our biggest fans this week: SWSTN. Thank you! via
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Sam Atallah, MD Oct 10
On the heels of the Norway 🇳🇴 moratorium on , and colleagues 🇳🇱 report quite differing results in the 1st long term data ever published @fascrs_updates
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TATME training UK Oct 9
Many thanks to for mentoring the team at St Richard's hospital for their second TATME within the training programme
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SWSTN Oct 3
Training for this approach is certainly key....
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SWSTN Oct 3
now gives an overview of trans anal approach for ileoanal pouch
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SWSTN Oct 3
Sincere thanks to all the faculty for their excellent contributions to the SW chapter meeting on today
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Patricia Sylla Sep 27
I can’t thank our collaborators enough for all of their contributions towards this manuscritpt. It will help all taTME surgeons along the learning curve and beyond
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SWSTN Sep 28
Busy preparing delegate packs for the SW chapter meeting on next Thursday - you can still book a place online until 1st October
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