5. Surgery and IBD

To understand the indications for surgery in IBD and the importance of good medical- surgical liaison in good decision-making


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5.1.  Understands the indications for surgery in active disease, and for complications including stricturing and penetrating disease

5.2.  Understands the role of surgery in the management of disease-associated dysplasia

5.3.  Understands the importance of pre-operative optimisation

5.4.  Understands the impact of concomitant medication on surgical outcome

5.5.  Understands different surgical approaches such as

  • Methods of bowel-preserving surgery in Crohn’s disease 
  • The different long term options after subtotal colectomy in UC

5.6.  Recognises that early liaison with surgeons is important in high quality patient management


        
 
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Topic 5.3; 5.4 : Educational update

Anti-TNF agents

F Baert

15th IBD Intensive Advanced Course

Webcast + PPT
 


Topic 5.3; 5.4 : Educational update

Methotrexate

Methotrexate

15th IBD Intensive Advanced Course

Webcast + PPT
 


Topic 5.3; 5.4 : Educational update

Steroids

S Vavricka

15th IBD Intensive Advanced Course

Webcast + PPT
 


Topic 5 : Introduction

Surgery for IBD

J Warusavitarne, P Irving

Surgery for IBD

e-Course
 


Topic 5 : Introduction

How to manage Pouchitis

R Dart, S Vavricka

IBD Boot Camp

e-Course
 


Topic 5 : Educational update

Fistulising CD

P Gionchetti, E Schnoy, T Nunes

e-Course
 


Topic 5 : Educational update

Stricturing Crohn's Disease

R Mao, J de Bruyn, G Pellino, F Rieder

e-Course
 


Topic 5 : Educational update

Laparoscopy in complex cases

Y Panis

ECCO 2015 Barcelona Congress

Webcast
 


Topic 5 : Educational update

LIRIC (Ileocolic resection vs. anti-TNF)

J de Groof

ECCO 2015 Barcelona Congress

Webcast
 


Topic 5 : Educational update

ACCURE/PASSION (Appendectomy for UC)

S Sahami

ECCO 2015 Barcelona Congress

Webcast
 


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