Endoscopic Video Journal DVDs
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ERCP-Endoscopic Therapy of Chronic Pancreatitis I
$49.99
Four leading experts in the field of ERCP and pancreatic endotherapy demonstrate the application of techniques for treating chronic pancreatitis and its complications. Dr. Kenneth Binmoeller from the University of California, Dr. Glen Lehman of the University of Indiana, Dr. Jerome Siegel from Beth Israel Medical Center in New York, and Dr. Richard Kozarek from the Virginia Mason Clinic in Seattle demonstrate endoscopic sphincterotomy of the major and minor ducts, pancreatic stenting, removal of pancreatic stones, drainage of pseudocysts, treatment of strictures of the pancreatic duct, and more.
ERCP-Endoscopic Therapy of Chronic Pancreatitis II
$49.99
Richard Kozarek, MD of the Virgina Mason Clinic, Seattle, Washington presents a case regarding the evaluation and treatmetn of pancreatic duct disruption. Glen Lehman, MD of Indiana University, Indianapolis, Indiana presents his management of pancreatitis secondary to gallstone disease and/or sphincter of Oddi dysfunction. Jerome Siegel, MD of Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, New York presents a case of annular pancreas discussing the differential diagnosis and approach to confirming this diagnosis and providing therapy. Richard Kozarek, MD describes his approach to a mucinous secreting lesion of the pancreas. Glen Lehman, MD shows us his approach to maganging pancreatic strictures.
Endoscopic Ultrasound for Pancreatic Disease
$49.99
Michael Wallace, MD, Associate Professor at the Mayo Medical School and Director of Endoscopic Research at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida demonstrates the role of EUS in the evaluation of a patient with chronic pancreatitis with special attention to the techniques for imaging the pancreas with a radial echoendoscope and the criteria for diagnosing chronic pancreatitis. Michael Wallace, MD demonstrates a pancreatic cystic neoplasm with an unexpected finding highlighting the role of EUS-guided fine needle aspiration. Michael Wallace, MD uses EUS to detect a tumor within the bile duct suggestive of cholagiocarcinoma that originally presented as a probably pancreatic mass. Robert Hawes, MD of the Medical University of South Carolina shows us how to perform EUS-guided celiac plexus blockade, a technique for controlling pain in pancreatic disease.
Management of Upper GI Bleeding
$49.99
David Fleischer, M.D. from Georgetown University presents a classic case of hemostasis for a bleeding duodenal ulcer. Dr. Fleischer also presents techniques for laser therapy of Watermelon stomach and Jeffrey Barnett, M.D. from the University of Michigan describes the use of the Argon Plasma Coagulator and its application for Gastric Antral Vascular Ectasia.Greg Haber, M.D. from Toronto, Canada provides an excellent overview and example of the use of the multi-band ligator for endoscopic therapy of esophageal varices.Finally, Dick Kozarek, M,D. from the Virginia Mason Clinic in Seattle demonstrates a series of endoscopic techniques utilized in the management of recurrent bleeding following gastric polypectomy.
New Therapeutic Procedures: Upper Endoscopy
$49.99
Presented by Jerome Siegel, MD, this DVD contains the work of four endoscopists from around the world whose outstanding contributions to therapeutic endoscopy are well known to the endoscopic community. Aksel Kruse, MD from Aarhus, Denmark, will present a case of malignant gastric outlet obstruction that he successfully treated by placing an Enteral Wall Stent. Steven Williams, MD, from Sydney Australia, demonstrates his technique for performing EMR in a patient with a large, sessile pre-malignant polyp. Thomas Fork, MD from Malmo, Sweden, presents his approach to the management of bile duct obstruction due to large common bile duct stones. Guido Costamagna, MD from Rome, Italy, demonstrates his tour de force excision of a Zencker's diverticulum.
Basic Colonoscopy and Polypectomy Techniques,
Language Edition
$49.99
This DVD features techniques in basic colonoscopy and polypectomy procedures. You, the audience, encounter all the decision making problems faced by individuals performing these procedures and see the technical 'tricks' and special techniques that they employ in routine and complicated situations. Dr. Jerome Waye from Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York presents topics such as colon anatomy, colonoscopic techniques, pressure point aids, small and large polypectomy methods, contraindications to polypectomy, sessile polypectomy and polyp retrieval. Dr. John Bond, from Minneapolis VA hospital in Minnesota, presents topics that include pedunculated and sessile polypectomy, use of the bipolar snare and forceps, endoloop, hemoclip and vital staining as polypectomy adjuncts and post polypectomy bleeding.
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Advanced Colonoscopy and Polypectomy Techniques, Language Edition
$49.99
This DVD featuring techniques in advanced methods of colonoscopic polypectomy and polypectomy complications. performed by Dr. Jerome Waye from Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City, and Dr. John Bond from the Minneapolis VA hospital. They describe their techniques of advanced colonoscopic polypectomy while actually scoping their patients and coping with decision making problems and complications faced by everyone performing these procedures in everyday practice. Their topics include: saline assisted polypectomy, piecemeal polypectomy, the use of argon plasma coagulator, vital staining methods, india ink tattooing, malignant polyp recognition and resection, use of a new barbed polypectomy snare, and how to manage immediate sessile and pedunculated post polypectomy bleeding.
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Dilation Techniques In The Esophagus
$49.99
Problems producing dysphagia are among the most common and frequently treated disorders in Gastroenterology. This DVD program is dedicated to the techniques of esophageal dilation utilized in the management of some of these illnesses. James DiSario performs endoscopic balloon dilation of an esophageal stricture. Dr. David Fleischer of demonstrates dilation techniques for treatment of Schatzki's ring. H. Worth Boyce of the performs balloon dilation for achalasia as well as dilation of a proximal esophageal stricture. Dr. Kenneth Binmoeller provides a thorough demonstration of the use of Savary type dilators in treatment of a distal stricture.
Topics in Therapeutic and Diagnostic ERCP
$49.99
Greg Haber, M.D. from the University of Toronto, presents a sequence of steps which include differences in angulation, changes in guide wires and alternative uses of a papillitome to gain access to the biliary tree when confronted by a difficult cannulation. Richard Kozarek, M,D. from the Virginia Mason Clinic in Seattle demonstrates the complexities of achieving adequate drainage in a patient with a complicated Bile Duct Tumor. Glen Lehman, M.D. from Indiana University in Indianapolis demonstrates how he modifies his technique by repositioning his patient when performing an ERCP on a patient with Billroth II anatomy. This repositioning achieves the proper angulation to help attain cannulation. Finally, Jeffrey Ponsky, M.D., from the Cleveland Clinic, demonstrates techniques for rapid access to the pancreas and bile ducts in a patient with recurrent pancreatitis of unknown origins.
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Experts Series DVDs
Barrett's Esophagus
$24.99
Dr. Richard Kozarek, from the Virginia Mason Clinic in Seattle, Washington, dilates a complicated esophageal stricture, places a stent for palliation of esophageal cancer, utilizes endoscopic devices to close an esophageal fistula and finally evaluates the esophagus in a patient following ablative therapy for Barrett's Esophagus.
Biliary Stone Extractions
$24.99
Gregory Haber, MD from the Wellesley Hospital in Toronto, Ontario demonstrates the ideal method for extracting the stone from the bile duct. During the case presented by Richard Kozarek, MD, from the Virginia Mason Clinic in Seattle, Washington, please note the important contribution by the gastrointestinal assistant.
Difficult Biliary Cases
$24.99
Dr. Gregory Haber, from Wellesley Medical Centre in Toronto, Canada demonstrates his techniques for gaining access to the bile duct and how to evaluate and manage a difficult biliary calculus. Dr. Glen Lehman, from the Indiana University Medical Center, in Indianapolis, Indiana demonstrates the evaluation and management of a distal biliary neoplasm. Dr. Kenneth Binmoeller, from the California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco, California demonstrates a variety of methods for accessing the bile duct in a difficult cannulation.
Difficult Polypectomies
$24.99
One of the masters in colonoscopy, Dr. Jerome Waye, from the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, New York, demonstrates his techniques for performaning difficult polypectomies at the splenic flexure, hepatic flexure, and at the sigmoid and cecum.
Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy
$24.99
In this DVD, the most commonly used method of performing Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy is demonstrated on 3 different patients by Drs Jeffrey Ponsky, James DiSario and Bennett Roth. Although there are minor differences in the manner of preparation of the patient by the three endoscopists, it is important to note that they all use what is termed the safe-track method.
Stenting for Pancreatic Cancer
$24.99
Glen Lehman, MD, from the Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis, Indiana, demonstrates how difficult it can be to stent a malignant pancreatic neoplasm to relieve jaundice. However, he also reveals how perfectly simple it can be. The object in both patients is to place a metal Wall stent in the common bile duct.
Treatment of Esophageal Problems
$24.99
Dr. Bennett Roth, from the UCLA School of Medicine, demonstrates the endoscopic appearance of Barrett's epithelium. It highlights the method of biopsying the esophagus after the application of methylene blue. Dr Richard Kozarek, from the Virginia Mason Clinic in Seattle, Washington, presents a case of endoscopic ablation of Barrett's using the Argon Plasma Coagulator. Dr. Richard Sampliner, from the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center, demonstrates the use of a monopolar electro cautery probe to accomplish ablation of Barrett's mucosa.
Upper GI Endoscopy
$24.99
Dr. Bennett Roth, from the UCLA School of Medicine, shows how upper GI endoscopy aids in the diagnosis of patients presenting with fairly non-specific upper GI symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, sub-sternal burning, questionable reflux and possible H. pylori infection as well as hematemsis and melena. Viewers should note especially the reasons for biopsy and the importance of presenting biopsy specimens to the pathologist in a manner that will be most helpful to the pathologist for interpretation.
Specialty Topics DVDs
Flexible Sigmoidoscopy: A Complete Clinical Guide
$74.99
Jerome Waye MD, from the Mount Sinai Hospital, in New York, NY, presents this comprehensive teaching DVD that covers all of the technical and clinical aspects of flexible sigmoidoscopy. The program allows the user to see the details of instrument preparation, technical set-up, cleaning and disinfection and the role of the GI assistant in the performance of the procedure. Clinical demonstrations of the technique of flexible sigmoidoscopy are presented as well as discussions on the indications for utilization, problem-solving and complications. Contents include:Introduction, Indications, Preparation for the Exam, Equipment, Endoscopy Assistant, Techniques, Anatomy and Diagnosis, The Exam, Complications, After the Exam, Cleaning and Disinfection, and Pathology Atlas.
Workshop on EUS and Advanced Therapeutic Endoscopy
$74.99
Dr Chan Sup Shim from Seoul, Korea, presents this DVD derived from an international workshop organized by the Digestive Disease Center, Soon Chun Hyang University Hospital in 1998. This workshop provides extensive coverage of up-to-date information concerning a variety of topics of endoscopic ultrasonography and advanced therapeutic endoscopy and is designed for gastroenterological endoscopists at all levels. Live demonstrations by world-renowned experts were the highlight of the meeting. MK Chung (Suwon, Korea), JJY Sung (Hong Kong), CS Shim (Seoul, Korea), MS Lee (Seoul, Korea), H Inoue (Tokyo, Japan), JH Kim (Seoul, Korea), S Kudo (Akita, Japan), KY Choi (Seoul, Korea), T Rösch (Munich, Germany), K Yasuda (Kyoto, Japan), RA Ganz (Minneapolis, USA), MH Kim (Seoul, Korea), G Haber (Toronto, Canada), and M Nakajima (Kyoto, Japan) perform these live demonstrations.

Bleeding control with hemoclip, multiband ligation, variceal ligation with detachable snare, botulinum toxin injection therapy in achalasia, esophageal stenting, pyloric stenting, biliary stenting, colonic polypectomy using detachable snare, magnifying colonoscopy and polypectomy using endo-loop are all topics covered by these live demonstrations. Further topics include EUS in submucosal tumor, EUS-guided biopsy, IDUS and peroral pancreatoscopy in pancreatic lesions, IDUS in biliary pancreatic lesions, photodynamic therapy in the GI tract, precut sphincter otomy, balloon sphincterotomy and mechanical lithotripsy, and mother-baby scope and EHL.
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