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Steven Schwaitzberg: 腹腔镜手术的前景是光明的

Published at: 2015年第1卷第S1期

高凤平
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编者按:第十五届世界内镜外科大会暨2016亚洲腹腔镜与内镜外科医师会议及中华医学会第十五届全国腹腔镜与内镜外科会议于11月9日至12日在中国苏州盛大召开。此次国际盛会吸引了来自全球61个国家及地区的2800多位嘉宾和学者参加。各国专家学者齐聚一堂,围绕腹腔镜及内镜外科各个方面进行了丰富的交流与分享。此次会议上,AME出版社有幸邀请到来自Buffalo大学医学和生化科学学院的Steven Schwaitzberg教授进行采访,与我们分享了他对于腹腔镜技术未来发展的展望。

 


图1:AME编辑与Prof. Schwaitzberg合照 

 

采访中,作为自然腔道与传统腹腔镜胆囊切除术国家临床试验的主要研究员,Steven Schwaitzberg教授与我们简要介绍了该试验的设立目的。提及腹腔镜设备技术的未来发展,Steven Schwaitzberg教授对此持乐观态度,认为该手术未来会更多地结合计算机辅助与影像技术,发展新能源设备,减低成本。

对于腹腔镜外科医生如何获得应具备的技能与知识,Steven Schwaitzberg教授认为可从两方面获得——一是通过不断学习获得知识(Brain),另一方面则是不断练习而获得技能(Hands)。同时,Steven Schwaitzberg教授也与我们分享了其团队对脑部获得知识所发生变化的实验情况。

采访最后,对于繁忙的工作与个人生活的平衡,Steven Schwaitzberg教授则强调了好的组织管理能力与构建良好团队的重要性。

采访问题:

  1. This afternoon your speech topic is “Minor Ductal Injuries Are Not So Minor”, quite an interesting topic. Here would you kindly summarize some main points of your speech? Why minor ductal injuries are not so minor?

  2. We know that you’re the principal investigator on a national prospective clinical trial of “natural orifice” versus conventional laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Here would you share with us some information of this trial?

  3. One of your research focuses is on device development. Here would you like to tell us what do you think about the future development of laparoscopic devices? As the technology as well will changes the way of surgery, what do you think the changes in laparoscopic surgery with the device’s development?

  4. Another of your research interest is about the skill acquisition in minimally invasive surgery. In your opinion, to be a successful surgeon in the laparoscopic field, what skills or knowledge you think a surgeon should possess? How to obtain this skill?

  5. You’re not just a doctor but also will do research, and also have academic responsibility. You also have your personal life. Then here would you like to tell us how do you balance your clinical work and personal life?

  6. How do you update yourself with the latest progress?

 

 

专家介绍:

Steven D. Schwaitzberg, MD, FACS is Chairman of the Department of Surgery at the University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and Professor of Surgery and Biomedical Informatics. Prof. Schwaitzberg also serves as the Medical Director, Surgical Program Development, at Great Lakes Health.

A graduate of Johns Hopkins University, Prof. Schwaitzberg received his MD from Baylor College of Medicine and a MA (hon) from Harvard in 2014.  He completed his surgical residency (1981-86) at the Baylor Affiliated Hospitals, a fellowship in infectious disease (1980-81) at the Methodist Hospital and in pediatric trauma (1986-87) at the Pediatric Trauma Institute, Floating Hospital for Children.

He previously served as the Chief of Surgery at the Cambridge Health Alliance where he was Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School.  He served (1990-91) with the 365th Evacuation Hospital, US Military Medical Complex in Seeb, Oman. He has held numerous leadership roles at the New England Medical Center including Chairman of the Institutional Review Board, Medical Director of the Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery, Director of the Surgical Intensive Care Unit, and Director of Surgical Research where he was Associate Professor of Surgery, Head and Neck surgery and Engineering.

Prof. Schwaitzberg has won numerous awards including the American College of Surgeons 2010 Health Policy Scholar award, Computerworld/National Smithsonian Honors 21st Century Laureate Achievement award (2003), and many awards for teaching excellence. He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and currently serves on the Board of Governors. He is Past President of the Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons and currently serves as Chairman of the Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery Committee

 

采访编辑:高凤平

视频剪辑:麦雪芳

doi: 

10.3978/kysj.2014.1.2301
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