Obesity and bariatric surgery: Complications and progress

Date

Tuesday 9 May 2017

Day

Venue Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE
Organised by

Lipids, Metabolism & Vascular Risk Section

Accreditation

5 CPD Points

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about this event

This one day event with pioneering consultants in bariatric surgery and metabolic medicine will discuss the management of morbid obesity, and will provide you with an insight into the future treatment of bariatric surgery and new technical interventions that target weight loss. Get involved in the discussion and book today.

Speakers

Dr Akheel Syed, Consultant in Diabetes, Endocrinology and Obesity Medicine, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
His research interests include the study of genetic and mechanistic factors in human obesity and the metabolic syndrome.

Dr Alex Miras, Consultant in Bariatric Medicine, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Works on alternative strategies to weight lose surgery

Objectives

  • Review recent advances in the management of morbid obesity
  • Know about new technological advances for bariatric surgery
  • Understand the relationship between bariatric surgery and induced remission of diabetes
  • Know about the impact of bariatric surgery on nutrition and management of metabolic disorders related to obesity

Price

  • RSM members start from £40
  • Non members start from £45

*Includes tea, coffee and lunch

Online registrations have closed, we are taking bookings on the day however lunch cannot be guaranteed..

 We would like to thank our exhibitor Novo Nordisk Ltd 

*The programme and speaker line up will be updated regularly. 

agenda

8.40 am

Registration, tea and coffee

9.10 am

Welcome and introduction

Mr Handrean Soran, President, Lipids, Metabolism & Vascular Risk Section, Royal Society of Medicine

Session one: Introduction to bariatric surgery

Mr Handrean Soran, President, Lipids, Metabolism & Vascular Risk Section, Royal Society of Medicine

9.15 am

NICE guidelines for bariatric surgery and how we should monitor these patients post-surgery

Dr Akheel Syed, Consultant in Diabetes, Endocrinology and Obesity Medicine, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust.

9.40 am

Questions and answers

9.50 am

Technical aspects of bariatric surgery and decision making for undertaking a specific operation: What is the evidence?

Mr Chandra Cheruvu, Consultant Bariatric, Laparoscopic and Upper Gastrointestinal Surgeon, University Hospital of North Staffordshire NHS Trust

10.15 am

Questions and answers

10.25 am

Tea and coffee break

Session two: Alternative weight loss strategies

Dr Jaimini Cegla, Consultant in Metabolic Medicine, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

10.55 am

Alternative strategies to surgery for weight loss – the medical bypass

Dr Alex Miras, Consultant in Bariatric Medicine, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

11.20 am

Questions and answers

11.30 am

Exercise and obesity- effects of physical activity and exercise on lipoprotein-lipid metabolism and inflammation

Professor Sean Carroll, Head of the Department of Sports, Health and Exercise Science, University of Hull

11.55 am

Questions and answers

12.05 pm

Lunch

Session three: Complications

Dr Shivani Misra, Consultant in Metabolic Medicine, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

12.55 pm

Predicting diabetes remission post bariatric surgery and what to do if your patient develops post-prandial hypoglycaemia.

Dr George Tharakan, Clinical Lecturer, Division of Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism, Imperial College London

1.20 pm

Questions and answers

1.30 pm

Complications of weight loss surgery: Clinical cases and discussion. (Three cases focussing on a) hypoglycaemia; b) hyperoxaluria and c) weight re-gain

Dr Jaimini Cegla, Consultant in Metabolic Medicine, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

1.55 pm

Questions and answers

2.05 pm

Tea and coffee break

Session four: Obesity, microvascular complications and High-density lipoproteins (HDL)

Dr Rachelle Donn, Reader in Complex Disease Genetics and Diabetes Research Lead, University of Manchester

2.25 pm

Obesity related neuropathy and HDL functionality

Dr Shazli Azmi, ST7 Diabetes and Endocrinology, North West Deanery

2.35 pm

Effect of bariatric surgery-induced weight loss on gene expression involved in reverse cholesterol transport and other HDL functions

Dr Safwaan Adam, Clinical Research Fellow, University of Manchester

2.45 pm

Male sexual function improves after bariatric-surgery induced weight loss

Dr Jan Hong Ho, Clinical Research Fellow, University of Manchester

2.55 pm

An introduction to lipodystrophy

3.15 pm

Questions and answers

3.25 pm

Final points and summary

Mr Handrean Soran, President, Lipids, Metabolism & Vascular Risk Section, Royal Society of Medicine

3.30 pm

Close of meeting

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contact us

Education department
The Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street, London W1G 0AE
T: +44(0)20 7290 3941

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organiser's details

For information on this event, contact Jodie PhillipsTel: 02072903918 Email: lipids@rsm.ac.uk arrow