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Robot-assisted Sacrocolpopexy - Basic Course

€2,870.00 - €3,473.00


Proefhoevestraat 12, 9090, Melle, Belgique

Orsi Academy


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4 seats per session


7 CME credits

Orsi Academy offers a 1-Day Basic Course in Robot-Assisted Sacrocolpopexy for urologists and gynaecologists who already master the basics of the robotic surgery approach and who want to learn the basic skills in RASC.

This 1-day masterclass consists of hands-on wet-lab training on live animal tissue.

After completion, participants receive a Orsi Academy certificate of attendance.

This course is for urologists and gynaecologists who are trained in the 'buttonology' of the robotic system. Sufficient simulator training and experience in robotic-assisted urology and gynaecology sacrocolpopexy procedure are required.

What you will learn

To comprehensively cover basic surgical skills in robotic assisted sacrocolpopexy procedure

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Steven Schraffordt Koops Urogynaecologist, Meander Medical Center, Amersfoort, The Netherlands
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08:30 - 08:45

Welcome, coffee & introduction

08:45 - 09:45

Theoretical lectures on objectives in RASC

• Robotic-assisted: why?
• Patient selection, diagnostics/imaging
• Patient positioning
• Port placement
• Instruments & accessory considerations
• Anatomy
• Hysterectomy/Hysteropexy or subtotal hysterectomy
• Dissection
• Rectovaginal
• Vesicovaginal
• Pre-sacral
• Mesh selection & management
• Suturing techniques
• Anterior & posterior vaginal fixation technique
• Sacral fixation
• Evaluation & adjustments mesh tension
• Retrieving specimen
• Managing complications
• Injury management
• Combined procedures

09:45 - 10:00

Change into scrubs

10:00 - 13:00

Hands-on training on chicken model

• Dissection bladder
• Mesh fixation on the anterior and posterior vaginal wall
• Promontory mesh fixation

13:00 - 13:45


13:45 - 17:00

Hands-on training on live animal tissue

• on anesthetized porcine model
• step-by-step performing RASC
• Anatomical dissection for mesh implant
• Mesh fixation on the anterior & posterior vaginal wall
• Promontory mesh fixation
• Closing the peritoneum

17:00 -

Closing remarks - end of the course

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Robotic Surgery

Obstetrics and Gynaecology


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