We have the pleasure to invite you to the EAGE postgraduate course: Recent Advances in Clinical Gastroenterology that will take place in Belgrade, Serbia on Sunday March 25, 2007.
The programme will include broad range of topics and a prestigious list of international faculty.
List of topics includes session on therapeutic choices in patients with dys-pepsia and GERD. A session dealing with clinical approach to IBD patients with international faculty of both gastroenterologists and surgeons will provide a useful update for everyday practice.
Advances in endoscopic diagnosis will be presented by international experts in a separate session, and last but not least clinical problems related to growing aspirin and NSAIDs use will be covered both from gastroenterolo-gists' and cardiologists' point of view.
After what we hope will be an excellent course, you will have the oppor-tunity to enjoy beautiful capital of Serbia and meet with the faculty on Welcome reception of Serbian Gastroenterology Congress that will take place in Belgrade 24-27 March, 2007.
We do hope that you will make it a priority to attend. March, 24.3.
Recent Advances in Clinical Gastroenterology
Directors: P. Malfertheiner, T. Milosavljevic. L. LundellLocal organization: I. Jovanovic, A. Sokic-Milutinovic, T. Alempijevic 08,45-09,15 Opening Lecture: Gastroenterology, Past, Present and
Future-Experiance, Evidence and Personalized Approach
09,20-11,00 GERD and Dyspepsia
Chairpersons: P. Malfertheiner, M. Krstic GERD-medical approach, F. Di Mario (Italy)
GERD-endoscopical therapy, promises and limits, J. Spicak (Czeck Rep.)
Surgery in GERD-open and laparoscopic, L. Lundell (Sweden)
Dyspepsia-primary level of care or gastroenterologist?, N. Milinic (Serbia)
Discussion 10,40-11,00Coffe break 11,00-11,15 11,15-13,00 NSAIDs in Clinical Gastroenterology
Chairpersons: G. Gasbarrini, N. Milinic NSAIDs and H. pylori, additional risk?, P. Malfertheiner (Germany)
Risk and benefits from taking NSAIDs, aspirin and anticoagulant
therapy in cardiology patients
, P.M. Seferovic (Serbia)
COX1, COX2 or beyond, G. Krejs (Austria)
NSAIDs adverse effect on the colon, small intestine and liver,
M. Krstic (Serbia)
13,00-14,15 Endoscopy as Always New Diagnostic Possibility
Chairpersons: L. Lundell, T. Milosavljevic Chromoendoscopy-really practical advantage? Magnifying endoscopy,
when and why
, J. Deviere (Belgium)
Capsule endoscopy-routine or new horizons in diagnostic approache,
M. Penazio (Italy)
Double balloon enteroscopy, new promises or really diagnostic paradigm,
K. Monkemueller (Germany)
Discussion 14,00-14,15Lunch 14,15-15,15 15,15-16,50 IBD-Clinical Approach
Chairpersons: J. Spicak, Z. Krivokapic Recent advances in genetics of IBD, G. Nardone (Italy)
Crohn’s disease-choice of therapy as a challenge, B. Vucelic (Croatia)
Ulcerative colitis-medical therapy-easy task or still a dilemma,
T. Milosavljevic (Serbia)
Surgery in IBD-when and what, Z. Krivokapic (Serbia)
16,50-17,00 Conclusion Remarks
Opening Ceremony of the Congress of Serbian Gastroenterologists
Welcome Reception
General Information
Sava Centar
Milentija Popovica 9
11070 Belgrade, Serbia
Sava Centar
Congress Department
Milentija Popovica 9
11070 Belgrade
Tel: +381 11 2206713
Fax: +381 11 2206081
[email protected]
The registration should be done exclusively through the website
Attendance, lunch and coffee breaks.
Payment from abroad
Payment of the fees should be made in Euros and should be paid using Bank
transfer payable to
Value date, currency EUR
Account number /5401-978-12738/%HQHÀFLDU\ Payment from Serbia
ALPHA BANK 180-0185480101000-42 poziv na broj 97-2207.
Note: The fee can also be paid on site when registering for the Course
For all information concerning hotel accommodation contact
e-mail: [email protected]
tel: +381 11 220 6709

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