Laparoscopic Knot-tying & Suturing in Surgery

There is one difference between an average laparoscopic surgeon and an advanced laparoscopic surgeon – it is the ability to take a suture and tie a knot. A laparoscopic surgeon can’t or does not progress to advanced procedures without this in his / her armamentarium. It is this ability that can even get a surgeon out of difficult situations in basic laparoscopic procedures.

This course is designed to give the participants an in-depth and step-by-step understanding with extensive hands-on experience of laparoscopic knot tying and suturing. Dedicated / expert National faculty will be by your side to help and guide you through each step.

Course Objectives

  • Learn to tie laparoscopic extracorporeal knot
  • Learn to tie laparoscopic intracorporeal knot
  • Learn to make an endoloop
  • Learn to take interrupted and
  • continuous intracorporeal sutures

Who Should Attend ?

  • Surgical postgraduates
  • Surgeons wishing to master laparoscopic tissue approximation
  • Surgeons with previous experience of laparoscopic surgery who wish to progress to performance of advanced / complex laparoscopic procedures

Course Highlights

  • Two-day extensive hands-on course Lectures by expert faculty
  • Supervised training in simulation and animal tissue laboratories
  • Plenty of opportunity for informal interaction with the expert faculty

Course Dates for 2017

  • 27 February - 28 February
Practicing Surgeons15000
Teaching Staff / Residents12000
International Participants (Except SAARC) USD500
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