Qingdao International Gastrointestinal Minimally invasive and Robotic Surgery Forum 2016

September 8 -10, 2016. Qingdao, China Prof. Yanbing Zhou has organized a relevant international congress on minimally invasive and robotic surgery. in the spirit of the Imigastric project and for a more and more close cooperation a presentation of the study with a discussion of the first available data and future developments of the registry Read More …

NOT ONLY ROBOTICS… Minimally Invasive Digestive Surgery and beyond

June 6 – 7, 2016. Florence, Italy. The international congress will hold in Florence. The faculty includes expert speakers and renowned professionals from Italy, Europe, US and Asia. The main objective of the meeting is to create an integration between professionals who are interested in advanced minimally invasive surgery. In this context, the IMIGASTRIC project Read More …

NATIONAL CONGRESS OF THE ITALIAN SOCIETY OF YOUNG SURGEONS (SPIGC)

March 9-11, 2016. Palazzo dei Congressi, Rome.   The Imigastric project and the first data will be presented at the next scheduled congresses, as below, and all involved centers and researchers will be cited: – National Congress of the Italian Society of Young Surgeons (SPIGC) Rome, Italy. March 9-11, 2016 Title: Minimally invasive surgery for Read More …

Season’s greetings

  The coordinating group would like to thank all the investigators involved in the Imigastric project for their support and efforts during this year. More one thousand patients have been entered into the Imigastric database. As scheduled, this first goal was reached before the end of the year. The Principal Investigator, Prof. Amilcare Parisi, would Read More …

New software tools

The software engineers worked to make some tools available for monitoring the study. All investigators can now directly see the project’s advancement. This step, through preliminary, allows researchers to access the following information: number of patients, patients per surgical approach, mean age and mean BMI, gender, gastric resections, type of reconstruction, and stage of the disease. Read More …

The study protocol is now published in BMJ Open and officially indexed in PubMed.

The study protocol is now published in BMJ Open and officially indexed in PubMed. It is a relevant milestone for the Imigastric study group. By this way the goals of the research team and of the Imigastric project can be disseminate. The next objective is to report the preliminary results of the registry. The promoting Read More …

FIRST CHINA ERAS CONGRESS (Nanjing, July 10-12, 2015)

  In the upcoming July, Prof. Parisi and Dr. Desiderio are going to attend the First Chinese ERAS Congress in Nanjing, where the study will be officially presented. It will be a valuable opportunity to meet the Chinese Investigators participating in IMIGASTRIC and discuss future collaborations and scientific activities to be undertaken together. Nanjing, ERAS Read More …