Usually each course takes place in 3 days, there are some courses that can be longer or shorter depending on the
course topic. All our courses are
divided into two sections, the theoretical part which takes part at the beginning of the course and the practical
part. In most of our courses you
have a practical part each day, with most of the practical work – the hands-on training on live anesthetized model
- being done in the last day of
All courses are supervised by our experts and trainers. The courses are endorsed and organized together with the
Romanian Association of Endoscopic
Surgery (RAES) and the Romanian Medical Academy of Medical Sciences, since 2012. Since 2013 the European
Association for Endoscopic Surgery (EAES)
endorses our courses too.
The certificate of attendance, issued by the Romanian Medical College of Physicians grants CME credits for each
The workshop, accredited by the Romanian College of Physicians, is addressed to resident physicians and specialists in general surgery, with little or medium experience in laparoscopic surgery.
During the 3 days, the attendants:
- will acquire the necessary knowledge for the correct interpretation of surgical anatomy, seen from the perspective of the laparoscopic approach (trans-peritoneal and totally extra-peritoneal);
- will practice the handiness of the right hand and of the left hand, in order to have the correct gestures for manipulation of funicular structures, sharp or blunt dissection in the pre-peritoneal space, insertion, positioning and fixation of the prosthesis;
- will acquire knowledge about the accidents and incidents that may occur during the laparoscopic approach of inguinal hernia, as well as the best modalities to resolve them .
The workshop comprises live surgical demonstrations, theoretical lectures, video presentations, case discussions, practical exercises with training on pelvitrainer, POP-trainer and functional tissues.
At the end of the workshop you will be more confident in your theoretical knowledge and your practical skills concerning the laparoscopic approach of inguinal hernia and you will be able to start using these techniques in your current practice.
The number of possible attendants is limited to 18.