Exploring the routes of Hysterectomy: vaginal vs laparoscopic
Saturday July 6 - Sunday July 7$1000
Professor of OB-GYN University of Strasbourg, France & Head of the Gynaecology Department, Latifa Hospital, Dubai, UAE
Holiday Inn, Festival City, Dubai, UAE
Shift your surgical ambition to surgical action
This two-day master class will help you master minimal invasive surgical procedures that you can propose to your patients as alternatives to laparotomy and abdominal surgery.
Hysterectomy is a common surgical indication for uterine pathology that resists medical treatment. It is so true that laparotomy and the abdominal route remain a frequent and a standard procedure for gynecologists. When it comes to minimally invasive surgical (MIS) approaches, the situation is more complex.
Hysterectomies carried out by laparoscopy or vaginal procedures are still considered as advanced techniques and remain too rare. The advantages of MIS approaches are so obvious that it is essential for gynaecologists to master both vaginal and laparoscopic routes in order to ban laparotomy from their practice.
By the end of this course, you will learn:
- The respective indication for vaginal and laparoscopy routes;
- The relevant anatomy to be considered for each procedure;
- The available energy sources with a special emphasis on electro surgery;
- The operative manual according to each route;
- The risk areas for complications and the best ways to prevent and manage them;
- The post-operative follow-up procedures for both routes.
Register now to attend this unique master class. Availability is limited and attendance will be confirmed on a first-come first-served basis. This training offers under process CME hours.
Please reach out to MIS Academy if you need assistance in obtaining a tourist visa.
- Vesicovaginal and rectovaginal dissection
- Suspensory ligaments
- Uterine arteries
- Utero ovarian pedicles
- Vaginal closure
- General view and epidemiology
- Haemorrhages and hematomas
- Bladder injury
- Rectal and bowel injuries
- Ureteral Complications
- Uterine Volume
- Posterior dissection
- Adhesions endometriosis
- Previous cesarian sec on
- Narrow vaginal access
- Indications for laparotomy
- Problem of the morcellation
- Techniques of vaginal morcellation
- Techniques of laparoscopic morcellation
- Surgical anatomy
- Laparoscopic routes
- Vaginal routes