Minimally Invasive Techniques for Inguinal Hernias

Accredited by the Romanian College of Physicians with 18 CME credits and endorsed by EAES, this hands-on workshop is addressed to resident physicians and specialists in general surgery, gynecology, with basic or medium experience in laparoscopic surgery.

During the event, 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 hernia repair, as well as the best modalities to resolve them .

This workshop comprises live surgery, theoretical lectures, case discussions, comments, video films, practice on pelvitrainer and POP-trainer, practice on 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 hernia repair and you will be able to start using these techniques in your current practice.

14.11.2024|   18 seats left
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