20.03.2019|   18 seats left
Minimally Invasive Techniques for Gynecological Pathology (ADVANCED)

Period: 20.03.2019 - 22.03.2019

The "Minimally Invasive Techniques for Gynecological Pathology" workshop, accredited by the Romanian College of Physicians, is addressed to resident physicians and specialists in general surgery, gynecology, with little or medium experience in laparoscopic surgery.

At the end of the workshop, participants:
- will have the ability to recognize laparoscopy instruments and will be able to decide what techniques to use;
- will be able to place pneumoperitoneol in safe conditions;
- will handle the camera so that it can offer optimal images;
- they will practice the manual of the right hand and left hand to have the correct gestures of: manipulation of the abdominal structures, sharp dissection or sprain, diatermal coagulation, clipping, cutting, insertion of the drain tubes, extraction of the parts, closure of the orifices trocar;
- they will have the necessary knowledge to use the electrosurgical instruments correctly;
- learn the simple ways of performing laparoscopic nodes;
- have the necessary knowledge of surgical laparoscopic anatomy of the pelvis;
- will have the necessary knowledge of the correct positioning of the patient in the interventions of laparoscopic gynecological surgery, as well as the positioning of the trocars, the organization of the surgery room for the gynecological laparoscopic surgery;
- will have knowledge of the incidents and incidents during laparoscopic surgery and the best ways to solve them;
- they will learn how to perform the anatomy, hysterectomy and laparoscopic myomectomy techniques.

The workshop includes live live demonstrations, theoretical lectures, case discussions, commentaries, videos, practical exercises at pelvitrainer and POP-trainer, practicing model suin under AGIOT.

At the end of the course you will be more confident in your practical possibilities and skills to apply the basic techniques of laparoscopic surgery to gynecology and you will be able to start using the minimally invasive approach to gynecological surgery.