Anastomotic Techniques for Minimally Invasive Esophagectomy and Endoscopic Handling of Its Complications (Ongoing)

Posted On 2020-09-22 16:03:26



This special series on Anastomotic Techniques for Minimally Invasive Esophagectomy and Endoscopic Handling of Its Complications is edited by Dr. Alejandro Nieponice, from Hospital Universitario Fundacion Favaloro, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Alejandro Nieponice, MD, PhD
Esophageal Division, Hospital Universitario Fundacion Favaloro, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Dr. Alejandro Nieponice is currently the Chief of The Esophageal Unit at Hospital Universitario Fundación Favaloro in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is also a faculty member of the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh.

Dr. Nieponice’s main goal is to foster clinical translation of novel tissue engineering and minimally invasive approaches by bridging his surgical and research background. He has developed a program of interventional endoscopy for the treatment of early esophageal cancer and achalasia having one of the largest series of POEM in LatinAmerica. 

His work has been recognized with more than 40 international abstracts, over 45 peer-reviewed publications, and 4 book chapters. He has served as reviewer for several journals of tissue engineering and biomaterials. The technologies he has been working on with his colleagues led to 3 inventions that are under patenting process. He is currently a founding member of the American Foregut Society (AFS), and member of  the Argentinean Surgical Society (MAAC). 

View at list of Dr. Nieponice’s publications here: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=%22nieponice%2C%20alejandro%22[All%20Fields]&cmd=DetailsSearch

Series outline:

Ivor Lewis

01. Ivor Lewis Minimally Invasive Anastomosis with Thoracoscopic Circular Stapler
02. Ivor Lewis Minimally Invasive Anastomosis with Thorcacoscopic Circular Stapler with Orvil
03. Ivor Lewis Minimally Invasive Anastomosis with Thoracoscopic Linear Stapler
04. Ivor Lewis Minimally Invasive Anastomosis with Thoracoscopic Manual Anastomosis
05. Ivor Lewis Minimally Invasive Anastomosis with Robotic Linear Stapler
06. Ivor Lewis Minimally Invasive Anastomosis with Robotic Manual Anastomosis
07. Ivor Lewis Minimally Invasive Anastomosis with Robotic Circular Stapler

McKeown

08. Cervical Anastomosis in Minimally Invasive Esophagectomy

Endoscopic Management of Complications

09. Keys to Early Leak Diagnosis
10. Endovac for Management of Anastomotic Leaks
11. Ovesco/Stent for Management of Anastomotic Leaks
12. Endovac/Stent Tandem for Management of Anastomotic Leaks


Disclosure:
The series “Anastomotic Techniques for Minimally Invasive Esophagectomy and Endoscopic Handling of Its Complications” was commissioned by the editorial office, Annals of Esophagus without any sponsorship or funding. Alejandro Nieponice is serving as the unpaid Guest Editors for the series.