• INTENSIVE COURSE IN LAPAROSCOPIC GENERAL SURGERY OCT 2-5 Date : Jun 19, 2017  -  Jun 23, 2017
  • PRICE $30,000 NTD

    EARLY BOOKING / DISCOUNT

    FEE INCLUDES

  • Theoretical presentations only
  • theoretical teaching and workshop
  • live and pre-recorded operative demonstrations
  • coffee breaks and lunches
  • one evening meal
  • shuttle bus service provided
  • PRICE $92,000 NTD

    EARLY BOOKING / DISCOUNT

    FEE INCLUDES

  • Theoretical presentations and Workshop
  • theoretical teaching and workshop
  • ive and pre-recorded operative demonstrations
  • practical training on live tissue (mini pigs)
  • coffee breaks and lunches
  • one evening meal
  • shuttle bus service provided
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  • INTRODUCTION
    1. COURSE OBJECTIVES
    2. To provide the basic knowledge required for clinical applications
      To describe all the basic principles (instruments, materials, equipments) and present the most used basic laparoscopic techniques
      Hands-on training sessions to learn or improve performance of basic technical tasks in laparoscopic surgery such as intra-corporeal suturing and knots tying techniques, two-hands coordination for dissection, safe use of energy in laparoscopy
      To describe results and potential complications of laparoscopic procedures
    3. INVITED FACULTY
    4. B. Dallemagne (Belgium), P. Miccoli (Italy), J. Marescaux (France)
  • Directors
  • S. PERRETTA
    ITALY
  • B. DALLEMAGNE
    BELGIUM
  • PROGRAMME
    1. 1st MONDAY JUNE 19
    1. General Surgery
    2. 09:05 AM Laparoscopic Operating Room

      Organization and equipment : laparoscopes, cameras, insufflators, instruments …

      Surgical energy : principles and instruments

    3. 10:00 AM Basic Principles of Laparoscopic Surgery

      Trocars and methods of access

      Exposure, retraction, haemostasis, stitching, suturing, knotting, anastomosing …

    4. 11:00 AM Break
    5. 11:30 AM Acute Abdomen

      Laparoscopy in peritonitis

      Appendicitis

      Gastric perforation

      Diverticulitis

      Acute cholecystitis

    6. 01:00 PM Lunch
    7. 02:00 PM Pre-lab session

      Description of the lab rules, anatomy of the animal and surgical procedures

    8. 02:15 PM DAY 1 Group A : Laparoscopic suture training

      14.15-15.00 in auditorium : basics and demo

      15.00-18.30 in experimental lab :

      - Evaluation of skills

      - Pelvic trainers : dry boxes and ex-vivo tissues

    9. 02:15 PM Group B : Training on Live Tissue in experimental lab

      Basic principles : insufflation - positioning of trocars

      Exposure, dissection, stapling, stitches,sutures and knots

      Small bowel resection and anastomoses

      Gastrojejunostomy

      Cholecystectomy

    10. 06:30 PM End of the session
    1. 2nd TUESDAY JUNE 20
    1. General Surgery
    2. 09:00 AM Inguinal Hernia Repair

      PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION

      “Trans Abdominal Pre Peritoneal (TAPP) technique”

      LIVE OR PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION

      "Totally Extra Peritoneal (TEP) technique”

      Role of laparoscopy in specific clinical conditions: recurrent hernia, strangulated hernia

    3. 11:00 AM Break
    4. 11:30 AM Hiatal Hernia
    5. 12:15 PM Incisional and Ventral Hernia

      Basic and advanced techniques : mesh repair, suture repair, component separation repair …

    6. 01:00 PM Lunch
    7. 02:00 PM Pre-lab session

      Description of the surgical procedures

    8. 02:15 PM DAY 2

      Inguinal hernia repair (TAPP)

      Gastro-jejunostomy

      Hiatal repair and fundoplication

      Dissection of the common bile duct and liver pedicle

      Cholecystectomy

    9. 06:30 PM End of the session
    10. 07:00 PM CONGRESS BANQUET
    1. 3rd WEDNESDAY JUNE 21
    1. General Surgery
    2. 09:00 AM Next Step in Minimally Invasive Surgery : Image-guided approach
    3. 09:30 AM Endocrine Surgery

      Thyroid and parathryoid glands : from mini-in

    4. 10:30 AM Break
    5. 11:00 AM Laparoscopic Biliary Surgery

      Cholecystectomy

      - Basic principles and techniques in common and complex situations

      Bile Duct

      - Current role of surgery

      - One-stage versus two-stage management for gallstones and bile duct stones

      - Management of bile duct injury

    6. 12:15 PM Bariatric and metabolic surgery

      Rationale and techniques of bariatric and metabolic surgery

    7. 01:00 PM Endocrine Surgery

      Adrenalectomy: indications and approaches, technical tips and tricks

    8. 01:30 PM Lunch
    9. 02:15 PM Pre-lab session

      Description of the surgical procedures

    10. 02:30 PM DAY 3

      Dissection of the common bile duct

      T-tube insertion – CBD suturing

      Choledocojejunostomy / Roux in Y

      Dissection of the hepatic pedicle

    11. 06:30 PM End of the session
    1. 4th THURSDAY JUNE 22
    1. General Surgery
    2. 09:00 AM LIVE OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION

      Robotic case to be confirmed

    3. 10:00 AM PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION

      Antireflux Surgery

    4. 10:45 AM Break
    5. 11:15 AM Gastric Cancer

      Total gastrectomy for cancer

    6. 11:40 AM Modern strategy in esophago-gastric junction cancer
    7. 12:00 PM Laparoscopic surgery for gastric submucosal tumor
    8. 12:15 PM Foregut Surgery

      Antireflux procedures for GERD

      Achalasia

    9. 01:15 PM Lunch
    10. 02:00 PM Pre-lab session

      Description of the surgical procedures

    11. 02:15 PM DAY 4

      Intragastric surgery

      Roux-en-y gastric bypass

      Partial - total gastrectomy

    12. 06:30 PM End of the session
    1. 5th FRIDAY JUNE 23
    1. General Surgery
    2. 09:00 AM Colorectal Surgery

      Basic principles of laparoscopic right and left colectomy

      TME for rectal cancer

      Transanal approach

      How to prevent and manage complications

      Pre-recorded cases

    3. 10:30 AM Break
    4. 11:00 AM Laparoscopic Hepatic Surgery: an overview
    5. 12:00 PM Proficiency Test

      (for surgeons applying for Strasbourg University Diploma) Multiple choice questions

    6. 12:30 PM Lunch
    7. 02:00 PM Splenic Surgery
    8. 02:30 PM Pancreatic Surgery
    9. 03:00 PM Clinical Cases

      Interactive session with response system

    10. 04:30 PM End of the seminar

      Delivery of the certificates of attendance