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Masterclass training in fluorescence-guided surgery

On-site
Masterclass
107 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
4.4 /5
Hospitality
4.6 /5
Knowledge aquired
4.4 /5
Recommendation
4.5 /5
Aug 12, 2020
Dr. Instituto de cirugía urológica avanzada S.L. I. I suggest that the intuitive session be shorter . It took us all the morning of the first day and we loose the opportunity to do more simulation and robotic practice with the chicken model. We were intended to be 4 students but one of them couldn’t come because of covid restrictions. We only had access for one animal model per day for 3 students (dog/pig), so there were times during the course that one of us wasn’t doing active training. I recommend that one animal model should be used only for two students instead of three to make more dinamic and enhancing the learning experience.
Aug 12, 2020
Dr. Instituto de cirugía urológica avanzada S.L. I. I suggest that the intuitive session be shorter . It took us all the morning of the first day and we loose the opportunity to do more simulation and robotic practice with the chicken model. We were intended to be 4 students but one of them couldn’t come because of covid restrictions. We only had access for one animal model per day for 3 students (dog/pig), so there were times during the course that one of us wasn’t doing active training. I recommend that one animal model should be used only for two students instead of three to make more dinamic and enhancing the learning experience.
Aug 2, 2020
Dr. Eliza Cristina B. Thank for organizing it!

Location

ORSI Academy

Proefhoevestraat 12

9090 Melle, Belgium