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Masterclass training in fluorescence-guided surgery

Masterclass
33 Reviews
Urology
Melle, Belgium
2-day course
15 attendees per session
English

Course details

Masterclass minimally invasive fluorescence-guided surgery - 21 - 22 November 2019

Open for all specialties


FULL PROGRAM


Day 1 Dry lab session – isolated and cadaveric models


12h00 - 12h30 Lunch

12h30 - 13h00 Technical introduction to the fluorescence guided surgery course

– Fijs Van Leeuwen

13h00 - 17h00 Training (4 stations in total)

A) Fluorescence in robotic assisted surgery - multispecialty – 2 stations (Intuitive da Vinci X(i))

  • Performing bowel anastomosis on isolated model using ICG
  • Performing ureteral reimplantation on isolated model using ICG
  • Resection of fluorescent lesions in pig cadaver; simulated partial nephrectomy model wherein the fluorescent lesions are used to identify the procedure related landmarks


B) Fluorescence in laparoscopic assisted surgery – multispecialty – 2 stations (Karl Stroz Image 1S

HD camera platform)

  • Performing bowel anastomosis on isolated model using ICG
  • Performing partial nephrectomy on isolated model using ICG
  • Resection of fluorescent lesions in pig cadaver; simplified colorectal model wherein the fluorescent lesions are used to identify the procedure related landmarks


17h00 Wrap up and discussion


Day 2 Wet lab session – anesthetized porcine models


09h30 - 11h00 Start training

A) Fluorescence in robotic assisted surgery - multispecialty – 2 stations – pelvic surgery (Intuitive

da Vinci X(i))

  • Performing ureteral reimplantation using ICG
  • Performing partial nephrectomy


B) Fluorescence in laparoscopic assisted surgery – multispecialty – 2 stations – pelvic surgery (Karl

Storz Image 1S HD camera platform)

  • Performing simplified colectomy using ICG
  • Performing pelvic lymphadenectomy using ICG


11h00 - 11h30 Opening European congress on image guided surgery

11h30 - 13h00 Continuation training

Expert example (live streamed to the congress) with host surgeon dr. Henk Vander Poel – usage of ICG during bowel anastomosis in combination with from the fluorescence mode of the da Vinci robot.


13h00 - 14h00 Lunch and hands-on sessions

14h00 - 15h00 Continuation training

15h00 - 15h30 Expert example with Dr. Van Den Heede

Expert example (live streamed to the congress) with host surgeron dr. Klaas Van Den Heede – identification and removal of lymph nodes by the usage of ICG using the Karl Stroz Image 1S HD camera platform.


15h30 - 17h00 Continuation training

17h00 – 18h30 Congress session “Surgical Navigation”

18h30 – 21h00 Drinks and dinner (on site)



Additionally, participants get free access to the European Image-Guided Surgery Congress on November 22-23.

https://www.igscongress.com/

What will you learn?

- fluorescence-guided surgery

Educational methods

Hands-on

Medical devices

- Da Vinci XI

- Intuitive Surgical Da Vinci Xi

- Intuitive Surgical Da Vinci Si

- Conmed AirSeal Insufflator

- storz lap tower

Reviews

Global Review
4.5 /5
Pedagogy
4.5 /5
Hospitality
4.6 /5
Knowledge aquired
4.3 /5
Recommendation
4.5 /5
Mar 20, 2020
Dr. PANAGIOTIS P.
Feb 9, 2020
Dr. Wai Man K.
Jan 24, 2020
Dr. Yavor S. This is a very helpful course. I recommend this course to every surgeon who want to switch from open to robotic surgery.

Location

ORSI Academy

Proefhoevestraat 12

9090 Melle, Belgium