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About Kenneth B. Jones

IDENTIFYING INFORMATION:

Name:

KENNETH B. JONES, JR., M.D., F.A.C.S.

 

Address:

Office:  1801 Fairfield, Suite 408,

Shreveport, Louisiana 71101

 

Telephone:

Office: (318) 222-7584

 

Practice:

General Surgery; Pediatric Surgery;

Bariatric Surgery; Clinical Assistant

Professor of Surgery – LSUMC

 

PREMEDICAL EDUCATION:

Washington & Lee University, Virginia – 1962

 

MEDICAL EDUCATION:

Tulane UniversityNew Orleans, Louisiana – 1966

 

TRAINING:

Confederate Memorial Medical Center – Rotating Internship – 1966-67

Confederate Memorial Medical Center – General Surgery – 1969-73 (LSUMC)

Fellowship – University of Alabama – Pediatric Surgery – July-December 1973

 

AFFILIATIONS:

ACTIVE:

CHRISTUS Schumpert Medical Center-

Shreveport, LA

Vice-President of Staff 1991-93

President of Staff – 1999-2001

CHRISTUS Bossier Medical Center

Bossier City, LA

CHRISTUS Highland Medical Center

Shreveport, LA

LSU Medical CenterShreveport, LA

Doctors HospitalShreveport, LA

 

COURTESY:

Willis-Knighton HospitalShreveport, LA

 

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:

Board Certification – American Board of Surgery – 1974

Louisiana Surgical Society – 1974

Southeastern Surgical Congress – 1976

Shreveport Medical Society – 1974

American College of Surgeons – 1976

Louisiana Chapter ACS – 1976

LSU-Shreveport Surgical Society – 1981 – President 1988

American Society for Bariatric Surgery (ASBS), charter member –1984

Chair, Surgical Access Committee – 1997-2004

Chair, Insurance Committee 1996

Secretary-Treasurer, ASBS, 1998-2000

President-Elect, ASBS, 2000-2001

President, ASBS, 2001-2002

 

PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS:

Surgical Micro-Pathology, 1973, Medcom Co., Inc., New York, NY: A 200-slide series for surgical board preparation marketed in the U.S. and abroad.

 

Acute Idiopathic Hemorrhagic Pancreatitis with Pseudocyst formation in a 15 year old girl, May 1978, Journal of the Louisiana State Medical Society, Vol. 130, No. 5, pp. 97-99.

 

The Surgical Treatment of Gastroesophageal Reflux and Esophageal Hiatal Hernia in Adults and Children; Schumpert Medical Quarterly, Vol. 1, No. 4, pp. 295-298.

 

The Left Subcostal Incision, Gateway to Upper Abdominal Procedures; oral presentation at the 1982 Meeting of the Louisiana Surgical Society and Louisiana Chapter of the ACS, New Orleans.

 

Horizontal Gastroplasty – A Safe, Effective Alternative to Gastric Bypass in the Surgical Management of Morbid Obesity, March, 1984, The American Surgeon, pp. 128-131.

 

Horizontal Gastroplasty, oral presentation at the 2nd Symposium on the Surgical Treatment of Obesity; Inglewood, CA, March 1984.

 

Horizontal Gastroplasty, presented at First International Symposium on Obesity Surgery, Genoa, Italy, Oct. 3-6, 1984, Clinical Nutrition, London, England.

 

Revision Procedures and their Associated Complications.  Oral presentation at the Second Annual Meeting of the American Society for Bariatric Surgery; Iowa City, IA, June 1985.

 

Horizontal Gastroplasty, Then and Now.  Oral presentation at the 4th Annual Symposium on Surgical Treatment of Obesity; Los Angeles, CA, March 1986.

 

Gastroplasty Revision and Conversion to RYGBP.  Oral presentation at the 6th Annual International Obesity Surgery Symposium, Memphis, TN, Feb. 1988.

 

Roux-Y Gastric Bypass as an Anti-Reflux Procedure; oral presentation at the 6th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Bariatric Surgery.  Nashville, TN, June 1989.

 

“Conversion RYGBP”; Safer and More Effective than Revisional Gastroplasty following Primary Gastroplasty Failure; oral presentation at the 6th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Bariatric Surgery, Nashville, TN, June 1989.

 

Surgery for Morbid Obesity: Update 1989; Schumpert Medical Quarterly, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 36-42.

 

Roux-Y Gastric Bypass, An Effective Anti-Reflux Procedure, Obesity Surgery 1, 295-298; 1991.

 

The Effect of RYGBP on Serum Lipids and the Reduced Risk of Coronary Artery Disease; Oral presentation at the 8th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Bariatric Surgery, Dallas, January 1991.

 

The Effect of Gastric Bypass on Cholesterol, HDL, and the Risk of Coronary Heart Disease, Obesity Surgery, Vol. 2, No. 1, Feb. 1992, pp. 83-86.

 

The Superiority of the Left Subcostal Incision in Obesity Surgery.  Oral presentation at the 9th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Bariatric Surgery, New Orleans, LA, June 1992.

 

RYGBP: An Effective Anti-Reflux Procedure, oral presentation at the 6th International Symposium on Obesity Surgery; Second Meeting of the Italian Group for Obesity Surgery (GICO), Genoa, Italy, Sept. 1992.

 

The Superiority of the Left Subcostal Incision Compared to Vertical Incision in Surgery for Obesity.  Obes Surg 1993; 3: 201-206.

 

The Double Application of the TA-90B Four-Row Stapler and Pouch Formation: Eight Rows are Safe and Effective in Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass.  Obesity Surgery, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 262-268.

 

Simultaneous Cholecystectomy: To Be or Not To Be.  Obesity Surgery, Vol. 5, No. 5, pp. 52-54.

 

Advertising a Bariatric Surgical Practice Without the Media:  The Soft Sell.  Oral presentation 13th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Bariatric Surgery.  Minneapolis, June 1994.

 

 

 

The Double Application of the TA-90B Four Row Autosuture Stapling Instrument: A Safe, Effective Method of Staple Line Production Proven by follow-up Upper GI Series.  Oral presentation 13th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Bariatric Surgery. June 1996.

 

The Double Application of the TA-90B Four Row Autosuture Stapling Instrument: A Safe, Effective Method of Staple Line Production Proven by follow-up Upper GI Series.  Obes Surg 1996; 6: 494-499.

 

Biliopancreatic Limb Obstruction in RYGBP at or Proximal to the Jejuno-jejunostomy: A Potentially Deadly Catastrophic Event.  Oral presentation, 13th annual meeting of the ASBS.  Quebec, June 1996.

 

Biliopancreatic Limb Obstruction in RYGBP at or Proximal to the Jejuno-jejunostomy: A Potentially Deadly Catastrophic Event.  Vol. 6, No. 6, pp. 486-93, Obesity Surgery, December 1996.

 

Roux-Y Gastric Bypass: An Effective Anti-Reflux Procedure in the Less Than Morbidly Obese.  Oral presentation 14th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Bariatric Surgery, Chicago, IL, June 4-6, 1997.

 

Roux-Y Gastric Bypass: An Effective Anti-Reflux Procedure in the Less than Morbidly Obese.  Obesity Surgery, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 35-38.

 

Twelve Years and 1563 Roux-Y Gastric Bypass Procedures: Is the Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Band Truly the “Method of Choice in Obesity?”  Oral presentation, Bruges, Belgium, IFSO Symposium on Obesity Surgery, September 1998.

 

The Left Subcostal Incision Revisited.  Obesity Surgery 1, Vol. 8, No. 2, 1998.

 

Experience with the Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass, and Commentary on Current Trends.  Obesity Surgery, 10, pp. 183-85.

 

Intestinal Obstruction Following RYGBP.  Oral presentation, Chania, Crete, Greece, 6th World Congress of the International Federation of the Surgery of Obesity, Sept. 2001.

 

Revisional Bariatric Surgery – Safe and Effective.  Obesity Surgery, Vol. 11, No. 2, April 2001.

 

22 Years in Bariatric Surgery: The Past, the Present, a Vision for the Future.  Oral Presentation, New Orleans, LA, The Annual Meeting of the Surg. Assoc. of LA and the LA Chapter of the American College of Surgeons, January 2002.

 

Quo Vadis?  Presidential Address, 19th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Bariatric Surgery, Las Vegas, June 27, 2002.  Obesity Surgery 12, pp 617-622, December 2002.

 

Open Non Transected not Banded Gastric Bypass.  Video Atlas of Obesity Surgery 2002 (CD 2).

 

Open Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass: Oral Presentation-7th Congress of the IFSO: Sao Paulo, Brazil; August 2002.

 

Open Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass (RYGBP):  Oral Presentation-Essentials Course, 20th annual meeting of the ASBS; Boston 2003.

 

Lap. vs. Open: Which is Better? – Advanced Essentials Course – oral presentation – 20th annual meeting of the ASBS; Boston 2003.

 

Transected vs. stapling in continuity in pouch creation for RYGBP.  Oral presentations – Masters Course – 20th annual meeting of the ASBS, Boston 2003.

 

Where We Are In Bariatric Surgery, oral presentation– Montreal – International College of Surgeons (North American Federation {Canada, Mexico, USA}) – July 2003.

 

Open Gastric Bypass, oral presentation– Fundamentals of Bariatric Surgery (Ethicon®); San Francisco, California – August 2003.

 

Bariatric Surgery: Where do we go from here?  Int Surg: 89:51-57

 

The Current Role of Open Bariatric Surgery – a book chapter (in press)

 

Complications of Bariatric Surgery and Their Management.  Oral presentation, given at the American College of  Surgeons spring meeting, April 2004, Boston.

 

Laparoscopic versus Open Bariatric Surgery.  Presentation and panel discussion, American College of Surgeons spring meeting, April 2004, Boston.

 

Revisional Bariatric Surgery.  Presentation given at the American Society for Bariatric Surgery Consensus Conference, Washington, DC, April 2004.

 

An Alternative Incision for Open Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass: Is the Case for Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass Overstated?; poster presentation; ASBS 21st annual meeting: San Diego: June 2004

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