Organization and equipment: laparoscopies, cameras, insufflators, instruments...
Surgical energy: principles and instruments
Trocars and methods of access
Exposure, retraction, haemostasis, stitching, suturing, knotting, anastomosing...
Laparoscopy in peritonitis
Group A: Laparoscopic suture training
- 14:15 -15:00 in auditorium: basic and demo
- 15:00 - 18:30 in experimental lab:
- Evaluation of skills
- Pelvic trainers: dry boxes and ex-vivo tissues
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
Pre-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION
"Trans Abdominal Pre Peritoneal (TAPP) technique"
LIVE OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION
"Totally Extra Peritioneal (TEP) technique"
Basic and advanced techniques: mesh repair, suture repair, component separation repair ...
Inguinal hernia repair (TAPP)
Hiatal repair and fundoplication
Dissection of the common bile duct and liver pedicle
Thyroid and parathryoid glands: from mini-incisions to transoral and robotic approaches
Gastrectomy for cancer
Laparoscopic surgery for gastric submucosal tumor
Rationale and techniques of bariatric and metabolic surgery
Bile Duct: One-stage versus two-stage management for gallstones and bile duct stones
Dissection of the common bile duct
T-tube insertion - CBD suturing
Choledocojejunostomy/ Roux in Y
Dissection of the hepatic pedicle
LIVE OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION from Taiwan
Basic principles of laparoscopic right and left colectomy
TME for rectal cancer
How to prevent and manage complications
Multiple choice questions
- Basic principles and techniques in common and complex situations
- Acute cholecystitis
Interactive session with response system
Delivery of the certificates of attendance