Biennial congress Of society of
Endoscopic And laparoscopic surgeons

Rutledge CLOS

Dr. Robert Rutledge, MD is a General Surgery Specialist in Henderson, NV and has over 44 years of experience in the medical field. 20 years at the University of NC: (Surgical Residency Fellowship at the NIH Surgical Branch National Heart Lung and Blood Institute; Associate, Assistant and Tenured Full Professor of Surgery in General, Trauma, Critical Care and Bariatric Surgery, Associate Chief of Staff and the First Chair of the Section on Medical Informatics.) => Director North Carolina Trauma Registry (10 years), Published and Recognized leader and innovator in Surgical Critical Care, Trauma, General and Bariatric Surgery. => 1996; one the first surgeons to adopt laparoscopic techniques for the Roux-en-Y gastric bypass. Private Practice 1998 to present: => Created & performed the first Mini-Gastric Bypass (MGB) 1997 => 2022 ASMBS Endorsed the MGB. => Published more than 100 papers. => International Visiting Professor 2011–to present. Visiting Professor collaborating teaching and researching the advanced laparoscopic surgery MGB to surgeons around the world. => Teaching the Bronze Certificate Course for Excellence in th Performance of te MGB (United Kingdom, France, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Spain, Italy, Sicily, Turkey, Mexico, Egypt, UAE, India, Portugal, Australia and USA: Missouri, Michigan, California, Florida and North Carolina).

30 July 2022 - Day 2

Time Session
  • Metabolic Surgery: Mechanism and Use of "Bariatric" Operations to treat Type 2 Diabetes
    Asim Shabbir Speaker
  • A novel Procedure for Metabolic Surgery: The sleeve plus procedures
    Chih-Kun Huang Speaker
  • Mini Gastric Bypass - the present and the future (a comparison with other bariatric surgeries)
    Robert Rutledge Speaker
  • Revision bariatric surgery “When to do and not to do?”
    Tikfu Gee Speaker
  • Single Anastomosis Duodeno-ileum bypass with Sleeve as a new standard bariatric procedure
  • How to Achieve Zero Leakage Rate in Continuous 500 Sleeve Gastrectomy Cases
Conference Hall 1