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Gastro-Esophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease ( GERD) is the most prevalent esophageal disease. It is a condition affecting up to 20% of the Western world and has a significant negative impact in the patient’s quality of life. The typical symptoms are heartburn and regurgitation, but  other clinical presentations can be present.

Information on indications for esophageal testing and clinical diagnosis of GERD can be found in the Modern diagnosis of GERD: the Lyon Consensus.

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) Roundtable Discussion

Watch Peter Siersema lead a roundtable discussion on gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) during the ISDE 2016 Congress in Singapore. The discussion centered around the following areas:

  1. Diagnostic work-up
  2. Treatment: surgical and endoscopic
  3. Long-term results

Moderator: Peter Siersema

Panelists: Luigi Bonavina (Endoscopic / laproscopic antireflux procedures), Magnus Nilsson (Surgery), Karl Hermann Fuchs (Patients not responding to surgery), Giovanni Zaninotto (Hiatal Hernia), Kenneth Wang (PPI), Lars Lundell (patients, clinical practice, etc.), Monther Bajbouji (Diagnostics)

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Related Abstracts

FA02.01: Baclofen treatment for rumination syndrome: a double-blind, placebo-controlled, cross-over study 
FA02.02: Electrical stimulation therapy of the LES is effective for refractory GERD– one year results of an international multicenter trial
FA02.03: Waist hip ratio is a better predictor of esophageal acid exposure than body mass index 
FA02.04: Notch signaling in the development of esophageal mucosal damage caused by gastroesophageal reflux: the first report from human model
FA02.05: Prevalence of gastro-esophageal acid reflux in benign upper airway stenosis
FA02.06: Comparison of impedance planimetry (EndoFLIP®) and videofluoroscopy for the evaluation of esophagogastric junction opening width
FA02.07: Endocytoscopic observation of esophagitis
FA02.08: One year following laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy: patients develop severe gastro-esophageal reflux as evaluated by 24h MIIpH

Watch the VIDEOS  [members only]

  • PL13: Plenary Session 13: Gastro-Esophageal Reflux Disease 

PL13.01: The multifactorial pathogenesis of GERD
PL13.02: State of the art medical treatment
PL13.03: Novel pharmacological opportunities
PL13.04: Pharmacological intervention in the acid pocket
PL13.05: Definition and diagnostic work-up of refractory GERD

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PL15.01: Can the magnetic ring compete with conventional surgery? PL15.02: Combined pH-impedance monitoring in nonresponders to PPI
PL15.03: Endoluminal treatment options
PL15.04: Partial fundoplication to avoid the side effects of Nissen

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