Laparoscopic Knotting & Suturing Course in Gynaecology

Objectives of the course:

Laparoscopic Suturing is an absolute necessity for Advanced Laparoscopy. The skills of knot tying and suturing take the Gynaecologist to a higher level to perform safe, advanced Laparoscopic Surgeries.

Laparoscopic Surgery requires good knowledge of Ergonomics and basic of Intra and Extra Corporeal Suturing. We have formulated a training program which looks into fundamental principles of suturing including Port Geometry and Anatomy of a Stitch.

This Hands-on Training Course specifically teaches candidates a set of skills which will act as building blocks to safe execution of knot tying and suturing. This course provides theoretical concepts, operating on animal tissue and demonstration of suturing techniques.

At the end of the course, each participant should:

  • Have an understanding of instrumentation of knot tying and suturing
  • Be familiar with basic principles of different kinds of suturing
  • Be able to perform different kinds of Extra and Intra Corporeal Suturing correctly
  • Be able to create and apply an Endo-loop
  • Be able to manage Bladder and Bowel Injuries.

Who Should Attend ?

  • Gynaecologists who plan to perform Advanced Laparoscopic Surgeries
  • To gain confidence in managing complications like Bladder or Bowel Injuries
  • To familiarize oneself with various modalities of suturing and newer needles and suture materials
  • To understand the Ergonomics of Intracorporeal Suturing and Port Placement

Course Highlights

  • This course covers a range of exercises on simulated and harvested animal tissues in a pelvi trainer
  • Extensive practice on knotting and suturing in the animal tissue lab with lectures and interactive videos will provide adequate knowledge on the nuances of suturing and knotting techniques in laparoscopy
  • Suturing Session of Lap Mentor

Course Dates for 2017

  • 08 March - 09 March
  • 15 March - 16 March
  • 19 April - 20 April
  • 24 May - 25 May
  • 07 July - 08 July
  • 16 October - 17 October
Practicing Surgeons17000
Teaching Staff / Residents13000
International Participants (Except SAARC) USD550

 

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