The aim of this study is to evaluate the ability of an ICG-fluorescence guidance complemented with enhanced reality to correctly document intestinal perfusion before anastomosis and to validate the accuracy of this technique with metabolic intestinal cells changes.
This study involves patients who will undergo left colorectal resection.
Study completed : September 2018
The objective of this study is to prospectively collect data of patients who underwent an endoscopic gastric tubulization, from last visit before procedure to 2 years after procedure. These data are usually collected during medical consultations and will enable the evaluation of weight loss, quality of life and comorbidities improvement, reproducibility and durability of the technique.
This study involves patients who will undergo an endoscopic gastric tubulisation.
Expected study completion date : June 2020
The increasing development of interventional digestive endoscopy raises the challenge to teach and learn complex endoscopic procedures. Nowadays experts are facing the challenge of explaining precisely an elaborate choreography of movements performed during the procedure, while novices are confronted with a broad range of hand, wrist and shoulder movements each resulting in different endoscope responses. The teaching strategy of endoscopy could benefit from a dedicated motion library that would associate the endoscopist’s motion and the consequent endoscope response. A simplified endoscopic language made of individual motions could greatly shorten the learning curve.
The aim of the study is to record and analyze endoscopist and endoscope motions to identify key movements in flexible endoscopy.
Expected study completion date : February 2019
The main objective is to evaluate the medical and economic benefit of outpatient care for colorectal surgery in a university hospital center.
This study involves patients who will undergo a colon surgery and who qualify for outpatient surgery regardless of their pathology.
Expected study completion date : April 2022
The aim of this study is to assess the benefit of 3D models in the planning of hepatic resection comparing possible changes in surgical planning based on conventional preoperative images analysis (CT-scan and MRI), compared to that based on 3D reconstruction analysis.
This study involves patients with a hepatocarcinoma, eligible for surgical resection.
Expected study completion date : October 2020
The aim of this study is to evaluate the feasibility and precision of stereotaxic navigation in laparoscopic surgery for colorectal cancer.
This study involves patients who will undergo a minimally invasive surgery for colorectal cancer.
Regulatory laws have approved this study but enrolment has not yet started.