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GORD – Gastro Oesophageal Reflux Disease Q&A

Mr. Ewen Griffiths, Consultant Upper GI Surgeon at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, joined us recently to answer questions around GORD, GI issues and the surgical treatments available for OA/TOF.

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00:00 Start

00:45 Presentation begins

01:26 Declaration

02:30 GORD – Gastro-Oesophageal Reflux Disease

03:20 Defence against GORD

06:40 Endoscopic grading of GORD

07:28 Types of hiatus hernia

08:06 Barium Swallow

08:40 High resolution manometry

09:45 24 hour ph testing

10:56 Bravo Capsule

12:10 The modern diagnosis of reflux disease – the Lyon Consensus

12:42 SI (Symptom Index) and SAP (Symptom Association Probability)

13:05 Food and drink that affect the LOS

14:58 GORD treatment

15:41 Sleeping positions

16:22 What are PPIs?

17:57 Are PPIs safe?

19:40 Alternative to PPIs

20:34 Reflux Q&A

24:43 Upper GI endoscopy

26:25 Oesophageal dilatation

27:29 Barrett’s Oesophagus

30:04 Endoscopy Q&A

38:20 Surgical fundoplication

38:35 Laparoscopic anti-reflux surgery

39:18 Steps in the operation

39:50 Different types of fundoplication

40:19 270 Posterior partial fundoplication “Toupet”

40:50 180 Anterior fundoplication – Dor

41:19 Which fundoplication is best?

43:04 Post fundoplication issues

43:49 Functional side effects

48:11 Fundoplication Q&A

52:48 Post surgery Q&A

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