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ASGE Endoscopic Learning Library

ASGE’s Endoscopic Learning Library features endoscopy’s most comprehensive DVD collection, ideal for practicing gastroenterologists, gastroenterology trainees, medical residents, physician assistants, and nurses.

Complement and expand your knowledge base through full-color, live-action educational material on the most current topics available. Most DVDs also offer the ability to earn valuable AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM .

Cutting Edge Educational Content

Year after year, the ELL continues to expand with titles on the latest topics in endoscopy. Check out these new releases:

Everything Endoscopy, All in One Place

Select from a variety of DVDs in these key GI Endoscopy categories:

Advanced Imaging EUS Upper GI Endoscopy
Colorectal GI Bleeding Small Bowel
ERCP

Save Even More

Enjoy more savings as an ASGE member, and with our bundled DVD sets:

Bariatrics Set EUS Set Hemorrhoids Set
Colonoscopy Set Full Endoscopic Learning Library Four New DVDs Set
ERCP Set Upper GI Cancer Set

See below for a list of our entire library of DVDs. Click on the 'View a Sample' links to see a one- to two-minute clip of that video or chapter. The quality of the previews has been reduced for faster internet playback.

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To order any of the DVDs below, visit the Endoscopic Learning Library.
Most titles are also available for purchase as on-demand videos through the ASGE Online Learning Center.

 

DV011:  Diagnosis and Treatment of Early Gastric Cancer

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(2005 ASGE AV Award Winner)

Hisanao Hamanaka, MD, Takuji Gotoda, MD, Ronald Yeh, MD, Roy M. Soetikno, MD

This educational DVD highlights the important features of early gastric cancer through the use of video tutorial and photo library. In addition, endoscopic treatment options for early gastric cancer will be discussed.

[2005 - TRT 27:00] 0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV016:  Diagnosis of Flat and Depressed Colorectal Neoplasms

Roy M. Soetikno, MD, Jennifer Barro, MD, Shai Friedland, MD, Suzanne Matsui, MD, Robert Rouse, MD, Takahiro Fujii, MD

This DVD describes and demonstrates the endoscopic features, classification, detection, evaluation, and treatment of flat and depressed colorectal neoplasms.

[2004 - TRT 18:00]
0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV018:  Bariatric Surgery - An Interactive Instructional Program

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Christopher Huang, MD, R. Armour Forse, MD, PhD, Francis A. Farraye, MD, MSc, FASGE

This instructional DVD provides information on major bariatric operations along with video clips demonstrating normal anatomy and commonly encountered post-operative complications.

[2004 - TRT 30:00]
0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV021:  Endoscopic Removal of Foreign Bodies in the Upper GI Tract

Chan Sup Shim, MD, Sang Woo Cha, MD, J oo-Young Cho, MD, Joon Seong Lee, MD, Moon-Sung Lee, MD

While 80 to 90 percent of foreign bodies pass spontaneously, 10 to 20 percent require nonoperative intervention. Learn the tricks of the trade with this DVD that addresses indications, risks, tools, and techniques.

[TRT 18:50]


DV022:  Endoscopic Techniques for Enteral Access

Stephen A. McClave, MD, FASGE, and Mark H. DeLegge, MD, FASGE

This DVD provides a brief description of basic techniques of endoscopic enteral access device placement and modification of these techniques based on specific patient situations.

[2001 - TRT 36:30]


DV027:  Endoscopic Approach to Hemorrhoids

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Rome Jutabha, MD, Tonya Kaltenbach, MD, Roy M. Soetikno, MD

This educational DVD focuses on the safe, effective, and well tolerated endoscopic therapy of symptomatic hemorrhoids.

[2006 - TRT 28:02] 0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV032:  Endoscopic Interpretation & Therapy of Severe Lower GI Bleed

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Roy M. Soetikno, MD, Tonya Kaltenbach, MD, Peter B. Kelsey, MD, Kenneth R. McQuaid MD, FASGE

Lower gastrointestinal bleeding is common, accounting for approximately 30% of all major GI bleeding. The approach to lower GI bleeding is controversial. Recent studies have shown that urgent colonoscopy can be safe and therapeutic. The purpose of this educational program is to describe the art and science of the endoscopic management of patients with acute severe lower GI bleeding.

[2007 - TRT 33:13] 0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV035:  Biliary Access Techniques for ERCP: From Basic to Advanced

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Martin L. Freeman, MD, Kapil Gupta, MD, MPH

This program offers viewers a comprehensive presentation of biliary cannulation and access techniques for ERCP ranging from basic to very advanced. All of the major techniques for biliary cannulation are presented in detail, including traditional methods, guidewire cannulation, and particular emphasis on newer approaches including pancreatic guidewire and pancreatic stent-assisted techniques. Throughout this DVD, pros and cons, and risks and benefits of each technique are discussed. Adaptation of technique to individual patients and their anatomy is emphasized.

[2007 - TRT 63:21] 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV036:  Techniques of Hemostasis for Nonvariceal UGI Bleeding

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Louis M. Wong Kee Song, MD, Elizabeth Rajan, MD, Christopher J. Gostout, MD, FASGE

This video provides an updated review of currently available hemostatic devices and appropriate techniques for their utilization in the management of non-variceal UGI bleeding using the latest treatment paradigms.

[2008 - TRT 39:00] 0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV037:  Image Enhanced Endoscopy (2008 AV Award Winner)

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(2008 ASGE AV Award Winner)

Roy M. Soetikno, MD and Tonya Kaltenbach, MD

Topics covered in this high-definition video include, but are not limited to, high-resolution versus high-definition imaging, sprayed dye-based image enhancement versus electronically-enhanced imaging, identification of mucosal patterns and mucosal vascular details highlighted by IEE, and the use of spray catheters and caps in IEE. Also featured are the complementarities of dye spraying and electronic image enhancement in the detection of metaplasia and neoplasia, applications in inflammatory bowel disease, and co-utilization of IEE with advanced mucosal resection techniques.

[2008 - TRT 36:00] 0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV038:  Endoscopic Papillectomy for Tumors of Major Duodenal Papilla

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Tae Yoon Lee, MD, Myung-Hwan Kim, MD, Sang Soo Lee, MD, Dong Wan Seo, MD, and Sung Koo Lee, MD

This video provides a comprehensive spectrum of ampullary neoplasms of the papilla of Vater, with detailed video footage of endoscopic resection techniques. Featured in the video are several endoscopic papillary excision methods, their indications, important caveats in pre-excision evaluation, technical issues pertinent to endoscopic excision, follow-up imaging, and complications of endoscopic papillectomy.

[2008 - TRT 16:00] 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV040:  EUS Guided Tissue Sampling Techniques

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Henning Gerke, MD, Maged K. Rizk, MD, Kerry A. Proctor, MD, Gail C. Crowe, RN, Mary C. Bartley, RN

This video discusses the use of endoscopic ultrasound to obtain fine needle aspiration samples for cytology and trucut biopsy for histology. Indications, contraindications and complications of each procedure are reviewed, as well as the methods employed in handling each specimen type.

[2008 - TRT 35:52] 0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV041:  Endoscopic Management of Variceal Hemorrhage in Cirrhosis

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(2009 ASGE AV Award Winner)

Soung Won Jeong, MD, Joo Young Cho, MD, Jae Young Jang, MD, Won Young Cho, MD, Gene Hyun Bok, MD, Hong Su Kim, MD, Jin Oh Kim, MD, and Joon Seong Lee, MD

Gastroesophageal varices (GEV) are present in approximately 50% of patients with cirrhosis. GEV hemorrhage is the most common lethal complication of cirrhosis, occuring in ~20% if untreated. This video focuses on the endoscopic management of esophageal varices, and includes sections on endoscopic screening, prophylaxis and the acute management of patients with variceal hemorrhage.

[2009 - TRT 26:00] 0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV042:  Therapeutic EUS

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Michael J. Levy, MD, and Mark D. Topazian, MD, FASGE

This video encompasses many aspects of therapeutic ultrasound, covering established and emerging techniques. Topics discussed include celiac plexus interventions; drainage of pancreatic fluid collections; pancreaticobiliary access and drainage; and therapy of gastrointestinal bleeding.

[2009 - TRT 1:22:00] 1.50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV043:  Techniques of Endoscopic Therapy in Pancreatic Disorders

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Kapil Gupta MD, MPH, Timothy P. Kinney, MD, and Martin L. Freeman, MD, FASGE

This DVD provides a detailed technical presentation of approaches to pancreatic therapy including ERCP, and adjunctive therapies such as EUS rendezvous, and extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy. Also addressed are the associated risks and complexities of these techniques and the supporting infrastructure and background required.

[2009 - TRT 1:22:00] 1.50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV044:  Endosc. Retrograde Cholangiogram for Benign Biliary Diseases

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Anthony Yuen Bun Teoh, MD, FRCS, Philip Wai Yan Chiu, MD, FRCS, Charing Ching Ning Chong, MRCS, Joseph Jao Yiu Sung, MD, PhD, James Yun Wong Lau, FRCS, Enders Kwok Wai Ng, MD, FRCS

This video provides viewers a comprehensive presentation of the latest knowledge and demonstration of ERC in the treatment of benign hepato-biliary diseases, including management of common bile duct stones, surgical biliary complications, benign biliary strictures, primary sclerosing cholangitis, and sphincter of Oddi dysfunction.

[2010 • TRT 1:09:00] 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV046:  Therapeutic Endo for Strictures of the Upper Digestive Tract

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(2010 AV Award Winner)

Tae Hee Lee, MD, Joo Young Cho, MD, Gene Hyun Bok, MD, Il-Kwun Chung, MD, Tae Hoon Lee, MD, Youn Ho Jung, MD, Won Young Cho, MD, Hyun Gun Kim, MD, Jin Oh Kim, MD, Joon Seong Lee, MD

Strictures of the upper digestive tract are encountered in clinical practice and can pose a challenge to the gastroenterologist. Endoscopic therapy has become first line therapy for benign and malignant strictures. This video provides practical recommendations regarding indications and techniques for endoscopic treatment of upper digestive tract strictures focusing on dilation therapy, stent therapy and incisional therapy.

[2010 • TRT 1:13:00] 1.25 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV047:  Endoscopic Management of Barrett's Esophagus

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Deepak Agrawal, MD, Srikrishna Vemana, MD, Amitabh Chak, MD, FASGE

In the past few years, multiple new endoscopic techniques have evolved for ablation of dysplasia in Barrett’s esophagus. This video provides viewers with a comprehensive presentation of the endoscopic diagnosis and treatment techniques for Barrett’s esophagus, including endoscopic mucosal resection, multipolar electrocoagulation, argon plasma coagulation, photodynamic therapy, radiofrequency ablation and cryotherapy.

[2010 • TRT 1:40:00] 1.50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV048:  A Primer to Hepato-pancreato-biliary EUS

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A Primer to Hepato-pancreato-biliary (HPB) EUS Total Run Time 75 minutes Jarrod Lee, MBBS, Sharmila Sachithanandan, MD, Krishnan Raman, MD, Chan Yee Ming, MD, Chin Khong Ling, MD Hospital Selayang, Malaysia Endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) for hepato-pancreato-biliary (BPB) disorders is one of the most challenging areas for EUS practitioners. In this interactive educational activity, you are presented with the basic principles and techniques of an EUS approach to common clinical presentations of HPB disorders such as pancreatic masses, cystic lesions of the pancreas, pancreatitis, dilate biliary ducts and gallbladder disorders. As a result of participating in this educational activity, physicians will be able to: " Summarize the basic principles and techniques in the management hepato-pancreato-biliary disorders using endoscopic ultrasound. Target audience: Practicing gastroenterologists, gastroenterology fellows and trainees, medical residents, physician assistants and nurses. Instructions: View the video, then complete the questions and evaluation form, which can be downloaded from this disc. Return completed questions and evaluation form to the ASGE via fax, mail or email. A CME certificate will be emailed within 2-4 weeks of receipt to the email address indicated on the form provided you scored a 70% or better on the questions. For the most current CME information and forms, log on to www.asge.org and visit the Endoscopic Learning Library. The American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education to physicians. ASGE designates this enduring material for a maximum of 1.25 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

*Not Mac compatible. This is a CD-ROM and will not work in DVD players.


DV050:  The Bariatric Patient: Endoscopic Diagnosis and Management

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New! The Bariatric Patient: Endoscopic Diagnosis and Management

Sreenivasa S. Jonnalagadda, MD, FASGE, Steven A. Edmundowicz, MD, FASGE, and Sachin B. Wani, MD

Patients who have undergone bariatric surgery are often referred to an endoscopist for management of diverse problems. This educational program will discuss the role of endoscopy in the management of specific problems encountered in the post-bariatric patient. The clinical presentation, technical aspect of endoscopic interventions and expected outcomes will be discussed. Upon completion of this educational activity, participants will be able to: o Enumerate complications that occur following surgery for obesity. o Discuss endoscopic diagnosis and therapeutic interventions in the management of post-bariatric surgical complications. o Describe the approaches to examine the gastric remnant and duodenum and perform ERCP in patients with post-bariatric surgical altered anatomy.

[2012 - TRT 2:08:00] 2.50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV051:  Endoscopic Mucosal Resection - LGI

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Endoscopic Mucosal Resection - LGI

Gottumukkala S. Raju, MD, FASGE, Tonya R. Kaltenbach, MD, FASGE, and Roy M. Soetikno, MD, FASGE

This DVD identifies and discusses the different types of Endoscopic Mucosal Resections (EMR), such as lift and cut, suck and cut with a cap or using a band ligation. You will be able to view actual video demonstrations of these techniques within the colon. A section on managing EMR complications related to bleeding, perforations and stricture is also included. The DVD concludes with a section on patient follow-up after EMR. Upon completion of this educational activity, participants will be able to: o Discuss the role of EMR in the management of premalignant lesions of the GI tract. o Identify and describe the indications, procedures, complications and follow-up management after EMR. o Perform EMR in different parts of the GI tract.

[2012 - TRT 1:42:00] 2.00 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV052:  Small Bowel Imaging

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New! Small Bowel Imaging

Klaus E. Monkemuller, MD, PhD, FASGE, Marzena Zabielski, RN, BSN, Lucia C. Fry, MD, FASGE, and Helmut Neumann, MD, PhD

This DVD will allow viewers to understand the techniques, performance and limitations of current methods of small bowel imaging. Participants will be able to master the spectrum of small bowel pathologies and the specific algorithmic approach to the various conditions, such as obscured GI bleeding, inflammatory small bowel diseases, malabsorption, small bowel tumors and polyps. Upon completion of this educational activity, participants will be able to: o Recognize the techniques, performance and limitations of current methods of small bowel imaging. o Describe the spectrum of small bowel pathologies and the specific algorithmic approaches to the various conditions; obscured GI bleeding, inflammatory small bowel diseases, malabsorptions, small bowel tumors and polyps. o Discuss the concept of advance small bowel endoscopic imaging.

[2012 - TRT 40:00] 0.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV053:  Endoscopic Tissue Sampling of UGI Tract: Forceps to Optical

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Endoscopic Tissue Sampling of the Upper Gastrointestinal Tract: Forceps to Optical (The 2012 ASGE Audiovisual Award Winner)

Won Young Cho, MD, Gene Hyun Bok, MD, Wook Hyun Um, MD, Chang Gyun Chun, MD, Hyun Gun Kim, PhD, Tae Hee Lee, MD, Suck Ho Lee, MD, Su Jin Hong, MD, So Young Jin, MD, and Joo Young Cho, MD

Adequate tissue sampling is the most essential element of endoscopy. The results of biopsies significantly influence clinical decisions and patient management. This DVD will first review the indications and basic techniques of conventional forceps biopsy by specific GI tract location and by disease such as Barrett's esophagus and benign/malignant gastric ulcers. Participants will be introduced to clinical situations where advanced tissue sampling techniques help with diagnosis including strip biopsy, endoscopic resection of mucosal and submucosal lesions and EUS guided needle biopsy. Finally, there will be discussion on the recent clinical application of optical biopsies using confocal endomicroscopy. Upon completion of this educational activity, participants will be able to: o Discuss the indications and complications related to tissue sampling. o Discuss which tissue sampling methods are needed for specific clinical situations.

[2012 - TRT 41:00] 0.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV054:  ESD of Colon Lateral Spreading Tumor

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Endoscopic Submucosal Dissection of Colon Lateral Spreading Tumor (2012 AV Award Honorable Mention)

Won Young Cho, MD, Bong Min Ko, MD, Gene Hyun Bok, MD, Kwang Yeun Shim, MD, Hyun Gun Kim, PhD, Tae Hee Lee, MD, Suck Ho Lee, MD, So Young Jin, MD, and Joo Young Cho, MD

This DVD is an evidence-based comprehensive review of the indications, technical aspects and complications of performing endoscopic submucosal dissection of colonic lateral spreading tumors. This DVD incorporates the when, why, how and when not to perform this procedure with multiple outstanding video clips demonstrating the techniques and tools used to perform ESD in the colon. Endoscopists of all levels who have an interest in learning ESD will benefit from watching this DVD product. Upon completion of this educational activity, participants will be able to: o Describe indications, technical aspects and complications of performing endoscopic submucosal dissection of colonic lateral spreading tumors o Discuss how to perform ESD in the colon. o Evaluate when and when not to perform ESD in the colon.

[2012 - TRT 36:00] 0.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV055:  Colonoscopy Technique: Basic and Advanced 2nd Edition

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Also available in Spanish.


Douglas K. Rex, MD, FASGE

This updated instructional video includes a discussion of informed consent, selecting the type of colonoscope, understanding tip deflection, anatomic landmarks in the colon, colonoscopic insertion technique, intubation of the terminal ileum, the impact of sedation on technique, maintaining safety during colonoscope insertion, withdrawal technique, and finally, the very difficult colonoscopy. You can view these sections in sequence or select from a menu. Polypectomy is covered in DV056.

[2013 - TRT 1:43:00]
1.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV055S:  Técnica de colonoscopía: Básica y avanzada, 2a. edición

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Spanish version of Colonoscopy Technique: Basic and Advanced 2nd Edition.

Douglas K. Rex, MD, FASGE

Este video instructivo actualizado incluye una explicación del consentimiento informado, selección del tipo de colonoscopio, comprensión de la deflexión de la punta, hitos anatómicos del colon, técnica de inserción colonoscópica, intubación del íleo terminal, el impacto de la sedación sobre la técnica, cómo mantener la seguridad durante la inserción del colonoscopio, técnica de extracción y finalmente, la colonoscopía muy difícil. Puede ver estas secciones en secuencia o seleccionar de un menú. La polipectomía se cubre en otro video dentro de la Biblioteca de Aprendizaje Endoscópico de ASGE.

[2013 - TRT 1:43:00]
1.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV056:  Colonoscopic Polypectomy 2nd Edition

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Douglas K. Rex, MD, FASGE

Topics covered in this DVD include preparation for polypectomy; visual analysis of polyps prior to resection; safety issues in polypectomy; techniques in polypectomy, including forceps and snaring techniques; high-risk polypectomy, such as large pedunculated polyps and large sessile polyps; the use of ancillary techniques, including detachable snares, clipping, and tattooing; polyp retrieval; the principal complications of polypectomy and their management; and postpolypectomy surveillance. These sections can either be viewed in sequence or you can use the DVD menu to go directly to sections that are of interest to you.

[2013 - TRT 3:50:00]
4.00 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV057:  Endoscopic Mngmnt Early Stage Cancers Esophagus and Stomach

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Gene Hyun, Bok, MD; Joo Young, Cho, MD; So Young, Jin, MD

The DVD, Endoscopic Management of Early Stage Cancers of the Esophagus and Stomach, is a comprehensive, evidenced-based review of the current endoscopic techniques for endoscopic resection of malignant and premalignant lesions of the esophagus and stomach. The recommended, as well as the evolving, indications for EMR/ESD are introduced. Prior to showing the detailed procedure, the needed preparations, learning curve, various accessories, and equipment needed for EMR/ESD are introduced. Also included are novel methods (magnifying NBI, confocal endomicroscopy, chromoscopy, etc.) for precise delineation of the margins prior to EMR/ESD of the lesion. Detailed demonstrations of EMR/ESD in the esophagus and stomach are shown. These demonstrations are in HD and categorized by specific location (cardia, body, antrum, prepyloric area). Detailed explanation of the different strategies for EMR/ESD according to the specific location, and nature of the tumor (depth of invasion, presence of fibrosis, size, etc.) is given. The limitations of EMR/ESD (incomplete resection, under staging) and novel techniques to cope with these problems are shown. The various immediate and delayed complications of EMR/ESD and how to manage them are explained. Finally, the appropriate method for handling resected specimens and how to prepare specimens for optimal pathological analysis is demonstrated. This program focuses on delivering practical information for beginner as well as advanced endoscopists.

[2013 - TRT 1:15:00]
1.25 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV058:  Anorectal Bleeding (2013 AV Award Honorable Mention)

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(2013 AV Award Honorable Mention)

Shou-Jiang Tang, MD; Sumanth R. Daram, MD, FACP; Ruonan Wu, MSE; Christopher Lahr, MD

Lower gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding is traditionally defined as bleeding originating from a lesion anatomically located distal to the ligament of Treitz. Clinically, it encompasses hematochezia from a small bowel or colon etiology, as well as anal "outlet" bleeding from an anorectal source. There is a paucity of literature focusing on anorectal bleeding. While a spectrum of anorectal causes for bleeding exist, patients and physicians often tend to believe that this area is restricted to the evaluation and management of hemorrhoids. This review will focus on the etiology, evaluation and management of anorectal bleeding.

[2013 - TRT 1:12:00]
1.25 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV059:  Office-Based, Non-Endoscopic Treatments for Hemorrhoids

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Mitchel Guttenplan, MD, FACS and Robert A. Ganz MD, FASGE

This DVD covers the non-surgical care of hemorrhoids and fissures, which are something that should easily be part of every gastroenterologist's practice. Many gastroenterologists have previously tended to shy away from caring for these issues. The content of this DVD includes: o Anatomy and pathophysiology of anorectum. o Proper physical exam and endoscopic exam of anorectum. o Care of anal fissures, other spastic disorders and pelvic floor dysfunction. o Care of hemorrhoids, including the need to address coexistent issues at the time of hemorrhoid care. o Demonstration of in-office or ambulatory surgery centers (ASC) care of hemorrhoids.

[2013 - TRT 41:00]
0.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV060:  Endoscopic Gluing Technique - Cyanoacrylate Super Glue

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(2013 AV Award Winner)

Roy M. Soetikno, MD, FASGE and Tonya R. Kaltenbach MD, FASGE

The DVD, Endoscopic Gluing Technique Using the Cyanoacrylate Super Glue, covers the endoscopic technique of cyanoacrylate glue injection of varices based on current guidelines. The authors will describe and discuss the readily available cyanoacrylate, the details of the glue and endoscope preparation, the pearls of successful injection and the methods to avoid complications. The glue injection is shown primarily for treatment of bleeding gastric varices, as well as demonstrated in the setting of complex esophageal varices and fistulas. Upon completion of this educational activity, participants will be able to: o Name and describe the readily available cyanoacrylate. o Perform successful injection of cyanoacrylate. o Design proper application process to avoid complications.

[2013 - TRT 24:00]
0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV061:  NEW! Esophageal Introitus

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Shou-jiang Tang, MD, FASGE & Ruonan Wu, MSE University of Mississippi Medical Center

For gastrointestinal endoscopists and otolaryngologists, esophageal introitus (EI) is the arbitrary yet overlapping boundary. Many times, the term EI is used interchangeably with the pharyngoesophageal sphincter or upper esophageal sphincter. In this review, the authors broadened the definition of EI to cover the lower part of the hypopharynx posterior to the larynx, the esophageal opening posterior to the cricoid prominence and the area between the bilateral pyriform fossae and the cervical esophagus. Although much pathology can be observed within this region, careful and systemic examination of the EI is often not stressed enough during endoscopic training and practice. The authors demonstrate its anatomy, endoscopic findings and pathologies within EI and their management.

Upon completion of this educational activity, participants will be able to:
- Identify normal endoscopic landmarks and findings within the EI.
- Diagnose common endoscopic findings such as gastric mucosa heterotopia, web, radiation stricture, cricopharyngeal bar, mucositis, foreign body impaction, etc.
- Identify and manage uncommon pathologies such as various types of diverticulum,pemphigus, pemphigoid, etc.

Target Audience: Practicing gastroenterologists, gastroenterology fellows and trainees, medical residents, physician assistants, and nurses.

[2014 - TRT 64:00] 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV062:  NEW! Per-oral Endoscopic Myotomy (POEM) for Achalasia

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Jun-Hyung Cho, M.D.; Joo Young Cho, MD, Jun-Hyung Cho, MD, Joo Young Cho, MD, Tae Hee Lee, MD, Su Jin Hong, MD, and Won Kyung Cho, MD Soonchunhyang University Hospital

Achalasia is a rare esophageal motility disorder of unknown cause. Recently, POEM has been developed as an incisionless endoscopic myotomy for treatment of achalasia patients. Using submucosal tunnel technique, esophageal circular muscle and lower esophageal sphincter are dissected. As a pure NOTES, it has shown comparable treatment outcome and accepted as less invasive surgery rather than laparoscopic Heller’s myotomy. This program includes examinations and preparation before POEM, procedural techniques, post-procedure care. In the chapter of POEM procedure, endoscopic technique is demonstrated with detailed video clips. POEM procedure consists of five cardinal steps including creation of mucosal entry, creation of submucosal tunnel, identification of the esophagogastric junction, endoscopic myotomy and closure of mucosal entry. Also, this program focuses on delivering a comprehensive, evidence-based review of advantages of POEM, international POEM survey data and learning curve. In final chapter, an actual case will give the practical information to beginner as well as advanced endoscopists.

Upon completion of this educational activity, participants will be able to:
- Diagnose and evaluate achalasia patients.
- Describe POEM procedure.
- Perform POEM procedure more effectively and safely in clinical practice.

Target audience: Practicing gastroenterologists, gastroenterology fellows and trainees,medical residents, physician assistants, and nurses.

[2014 - TRT 24:00] 0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV063:  NEW! Superficial Nonpolypoid Barrett's Neoplasia

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The Detection, Diagnosis and Treatment of Superficial Nonpolypoid Barrett’s Neoplasia • A Potential New Approach

Roy Soetikno, MD, FASGE, Tonya Kaltenbach, MD, FASGE,
Noriya Uedo, MD, and Takuji Gotoda, MD VA Palo Alto, Palo Alto CA


This 25-minute learning video provides new concepts of the detection, diagnosis and treatment of superficial nonpolypoid Barrett’s neoplasia. The concept of the detection of neoplasia using white light endoscopy and image enhanced endoscopy is explained in detail through the use of numerous examples. Similarly, a new concept of the diagnosis of superficial Barrett’s neoplasia using the microvessels and surface findings is described. Technique of using indigo carmine to help define the border of the neoplasia is shown. The video also describes the concept of using the resection and ablation technique in order to perform an oncologic R0 resection and ablate the remaining Barrett’s. This presentation is designed to provide new ideas that hopefully can lead to a renaissance in the detection, diagnosis and treatment of superficial nonpolypoid Barrett’s neoplasia.

Upon completion of this educational activity, participants will be able to:
- Discuss the potentials of new techniques and technologies to detect, diagnose and treat superficial nonpolypoid Barrett’s neoplasia.
- Restate the importance of the superficial nonpolypoid lesions in Barrett’s neoplasia.
- Determine the importance of looking at the mucosa in detail in order to appreciate the subtle changes of the nonpolypoid Barrett’s neoplasia.

Target audience: Practicing gastroenterologists, gastroenterology fellows and trainees,medical residents, physician assistants, and nurses.

[2014 - TRT 25:00] 0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


DV064:  NEW! ABCs of EUS: A Complete Roadmap

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John Meenan, MD, PhD, FRCPI, FRCP, Charles Vu, MD*, and Sabina DeMartino, MD Guy’s & St. Thomas Hospital, London, UK and *Tan Tok Seng Hospital, Singapore

Nothing replaces having a mentor looking over our shoulder as we learn, but there are always questions about how to perform EUS that can only be answered at our own pace and in our own time.
This DVD is a primer to the common problems experienced by beginner and intermediate trainees in Linear and Radial EUS, both Diagnostic and Therapeutic. The “ABCs of EUS” provides 17 narrated video- clips that include: EUS videos; literature discussion with slides of key points; diagrams and CT scans of regional anatomy along with animation to explain scope position and view orientation.
The individual topics covered include a “stations” approach to Normal EUS of the Mediastinum, Stomach and Pancreato-Biliary region; Staging of Gastro-Esophageal and Pancreato-Biliary cancers; Neuro-Endocrine tumors; Sub-epithelial lesions; Pancreatic cysts; Biliary stones; Chronic and Auto-immune pancreatitis; the use of mini-probes, as well as FNA and therapeutic procedures such as Pancreatic pseudo-cyst drainage and Celiac axis block.
The aim of this DVD is to provide you with a road-map to the understanding and practice of all the major areas of EUS.
Upon completion of this educational activity, participants will be able to:

- Define and assess pathologies including upper GI tract and pancreato-biliary tumors, sub-epithelial lesions, neuroendocrine tumors, biliary stones and pancreatic cysts while understanding their key management principles based on current expert recommendation.
- Describe the principles of how to perform tissue sampling and therapeutic interventions including cystgastrostomy, celiac plexis block/neurolysis and injection of gastric varices.
- Perform Radial and Linear EUS of the Upper GI tract.

Target Audience: Practicing gastroenterologists, gastroenterol


DV200:  Full Endoscopic Learning Library (DV011-DV064)

Interested in our entire collection of DVDs for your practice staff or personal use? Save 20% by purchasing all of the DVDs as part of ASGE's Full Endoscopic Learning Library set.


DV200S:  Full Endoscopic Learning Library-Spanish DV055s(DV011-DV06)

Save 10% by purchasing all of our DVDs as part of ASGE's Full Endoscopic Learning Library set. Please note: Doug Rex's colonoscopy video in English (DV055) is replaced with the Spanish version of the very same video (DV055s).


DV202:  Four New DVDs (DV061 - DV064)

Receive a 10% discount by purchasing our four new DVDs for 2014 as a set (price listed already includes discount). This DVD set is a perfect way to update your collection with all of our newest titles.


DV204:  Bariatrics Set (DV018 & DV050)

Includes DV018 & DV050 at a discounted price.


DV206:  ERCP Set (DV035, DV038, DV043 & DV044)

Save 10% on Comprehensive ERCP DVDs

Get ASGE's complete ERCP video collection at a 10% discount by purchasing as a bundled set (price listed already includes discount). The ERCP collection covers a variety of topics including benign biliary diseases, pancreatic disorders, and biliary access techniques. Each video is presented in full-color and live-action. Plus by purchasing as an entire set, you have the opportunity to earn up to 3.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.

Biliary Access Techniques for ERCP: From Basic to Advanced (DV035)
Martin L. Freeman, MD, FASGE, and Kapil Gupta, MD, MPH, FASGE
All of the major techniques for biliary cannulation are presented in detail, including traditional methods, guidewire cannulation, pancreatic guidewire and pancreatic stent-assisted techniques. Learn the pros and cons, and risks and benefits of each technique, as well as adaptation of technique to individual patients and their anatomy.
1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM

Endoscopic Papillectomy for Tumors of the Major Duodenal Papilla (DV038)
Tae Yoon Lee, MD, Myung-Hwan Kim, MD, Sang Soo Lee, MD, Dong Wan Seo, MD, PhD, and Sung Koo Lee, MD
Covers comprehensive spectrum of ampullary neoplasms of the papilla of Vater, with detailed video footage of endoscopic resection techniques. Featured in the video are several endoscopic papillary excision methods, their indications, important caveats in pre-excision evaluation, technical issues pertinent to endoscopic excision, follow-up imaging, and complications of endoscopic papillectomy. 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM

Member Price: $315.00
Non-Member Price:  $470.00-->


DV207:  EUS Set (DV040, DV042, DV048 & DV064) UPDATED!

Includes; DV040, DV042, DV048 & DV064 at a discounted price.


DV208:  Colonoscopy Set (DV055 - DV056)

Get both updated versions of Douglas K. Rex's highly popular new colonoscopy DVDs (DV055 and DV056) at a 10% discount by purchasing as a bundled set (price listed already includes discount).

Douglas K. Rex, MD, FASGE is one of GI endoscopy's top colonoscopy experts. His latest titles provide even more in-depth exploration of the latest innovations in colonoscopy and polypectomy, and are a must have for any physician or health care professional interested in advancing their knowledge of colonoscopy and colon emergencies. Each DVD delivers detailed, live-action educational material in full color, and offers the ability to earn valuable CME credits.

Colonoscopy Technique: Basic and Advanced 2nd Edition (DV055) (also available in Spanish as DV055s) Get insight into: informed consent, selecting the type of colonoscope, understanding tip deflection, anatomic landmarks in the colon, colonoscopic insertion technique, intubation of the terminal ileum, the impact of sedation on technique, maintaining safety during colonoscope insertion, withdrawal technique, and finally, the very difficult colonoscopy.

With nearly two hours of content, this DVD also details new topics not covered in the previous edition including:
- Right colon cancer prevention
- Detection of serrated lesions
- Splenic injury and its prevention
- Water immersion
- Right colon retroflexion
- Split-dosing bowel preparations.

1.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM

Colonoscopic Polypectomy 2nd Edition (DV056)
Access almost four hours of content on a variety of key topics including identifying indications and techniques for polypectomy, high-risk polypectomy and the use of ancillary techniques. You will le


DV208S:  Colonoscopy Set (DV055s - DV056) with DV055s (Spanish)

Get both the Doug Rex updated colonoscopy video in Spanish (DV055s) and his updated polypectomy video (DV056) at a 10% discount by purchasing as a bundled set (price listed already includes discount).


DV209:  Hemorrhoids Set (DV027 & DV059)

Get ASGE's complete Hemorrhoids collection at a 10% discount by purchasing as a bundled set (price listed already includes discount).


DV210:  Upper GI Cancer Set (DV011, DV047 & DV057)

Get ASGE's complete Upper GI Cancer collection at a 10% discount by purchasing as a bundled set (price listed already includes discount).