December 12, 2022 SADI-S

Single Anastomosis Duodeno-Iieostomy with Sleeve Gastrectomy continues to gain interest among patients and surgeons internationally. This alt-absorptive bariatric procedure capitalizes on the benefits of distal bypass with strong hormonally directed hunger suppression.  Long-term studies demonstrate effective and durable weight loss and comorbidity improvement, including in high BMI patients (>50), and as a promising alternative for failed sleeve procedures. This discussion will review the common techniques, patient selection, peri-operative considerations, and clinical best practices in SADI-S, presented by nationally recognized and experienced Bariatric surgeons.

On December 12 at 8 am (New York Time)AIS Channel will be broadcasting, live and for FREE, this outstanding online congress hosted by leading experts in their fields.

Join us and participate in this cutting-edge live event which will be viewed all over the world!Don’t miss it on AIS Channel!!!


  1. Welcome & Introduction – Dr. Peter Ng (USA)
  1. Why you should be offering SADI-S to your patients – Dr. Mitchell Roslin (USA)
  1. Best practices for incorporating SADI-S into your practice – Dr. Jon Bruce (USA)
  1. Discussion and closing remarks – All faculty moderated by Dr. Peter Ng (USA) and Dr. Patrick Chiasson (USA) 

FACULTY (in alphabetical order)

Dr. Jon Bruce – MD, FACS, Bariatric and Medical Weight Loss Surgeon, WakeMed, North Carolina, USA

Dr. Patrick Chiasson – MD, MA, FACS, FRSC, Bariatric Weight Loss surgeon, Tucson, USA

Dr. Peter Ng – MD, FACS, FASMBS, Chairman, Department of Surgery UNC Rex Physicians, USA

Dr. Mitchell Roslin – MD, FACS, FASMBS, Chief of Bariatric Surgery at the Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, USA

In collaboration with Johnson & Johnson Institute.


In 2016, more than 1.9 billion adults, 18 years and older, were overweight. Of these over 650 million were obese. You are not alone and you do not need to feel any less of a person if you are overweight or obese. Take action now and increase your quality of life with Dr. Patrick Chiasson, the leading Tucson Bariatric Surgeon.