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The Learn Intestinal Failure TeleECHO Clinic (LIFT-ECHO)—launched by Kishore Iyer, at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York—is an online community of medical professionals dedicated to supporting the treatment and management of intestinal failure patients.

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September 3, 2020

Case studies are a vital part of what makes Project ECHO such an effective learning tool. Gaining insight from other clinicians hones medical expertise, and can even save lives. If you have a challenging IF, SBS and/or Parenteral Nutrition case, and are interested in presenting or learning more about it, please fill out our survey and a member of our team will be in touch. 

July 28, 2020

LIFT-ECHO boasts participants from all around the world, including: Croatia, France, Italy, Netherlands, UK, Canada, Mexico, Argentina, Brail, Egypt, Nigeria, India Oman Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Australia, New Zealand, and every time zone of the US. 

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Tuesday

Oct 6

1PM - 2PM ET

Mistakes to Avoid When Managing Short Bowel Syndrome

Didactic: 
Simon Gabe, MD
Learning objectives for this presentation:
  1. List the principles of managing SBS
  2. Identify the common mistakes to avoid in SBS
  3. Distinguish the relationship between anatomy and outcome in SBS

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Role of the Interventional Radiologist in Intestinal Failure

Rahul Patel, MD
Learning objectives for this presentation:
  1. Describe the radiological evaluation of loss of venous access
  2. Describe percutaneous techniques to regain central venous access
  3. Discuss role of percutaneous intervention in avoiding multivisceral transplant for complicated porto-mesenteric venous thrombosis

Experience with the Acute Intestinal Stroke Unit in Paris

Olivier Corcos, MD
Learning objectives for this presentation:
  1. Describe the evolution of acute mesenteric ischemia
  2. Plan the appropriate multi-disciplinary management of acute mesenteric ischemia
  3. Outline outcomes of multi-disciplinary management of acute mesenteric ischemia