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NEW PERSPECTIVES IN HEPATOBILIARY AND PANCREATIC SURGERY

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  1. to cover a broad spectrum of surgical procedures in hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery
  2. to provide indications for surgical treatment and discuss operative complications
  3. to highlight technicalities of surgical interventions through the broadcasting of pre-recorded live procedures
  4. to allow discussion between the operators and the surgeon trainees
  5. to provide hands-on sessions to improve skills in laparoscopic surgery through practice on live tissue under experts’ tutorials
  6. to describe postoperative clinical results and practical applications of evidence-based clinical medicine

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

  • Interactive theoretical and video sessions between faculty and course participants
  • Live and pre-recorded operative demonstrations
  • Hands-on sessions on live tissue (mini-pigs) in experimental laboratory

TARGET AUDIENCE

Surgeons

COURSE DIRECTOR

FACULTY PANEL

O. ANDRIANI (ARG), H. ASBUN (USA), J. BELGHITI (F), P. BERTULUCCI (BR), D. BIRK (D), C.L. CHEN (TW), K.H. CHEN (TW), D. CHERQUI (F), A. CHO (J), G.H. CHOI (KOR), C. CONRAD (USA), R. COTTA-PEREIRA (BR), A. CURY (BR), B. DALLEMAGNE (B), C. DE JONG (NL), N. DEMARTINES (CH), J. DONG (CHI), I. ENDO (J), O. FARGES (F), D. FUKS (F), M. GIMENEZ (ARG), P.C. GIULIANOTTI (USA), N. HABIB (UK), H.S. HAN (KOR), P. HANSEN (USA), P. HERMAN (BR), G. HONDA (J), L.T. HUANG (TW), H. KANEKO (J), S. KATAGIRI (J), C.H.D. KWON (KOR), D. KOOBY (USA), C. LACERDA (BR), M. LI (HK), J. MARESCAUX (F), R. MEMEO (I), D. MUTTER (F), M. NAGINO (J), H. NITTA (J), B. ODISIO (USA), T. OHTA (J), Y. OTSUKA (J), M. PAI (UK), J. PEKOLJ (ARG), P. PESSAUX (F), T. PIARDI (I), A. RESENDE (BR), A. SA-CUNHA (F), R. SANCHEZ CLARIA (ARG), M. SANHUEZA (CHILE), O. SCATTON (F), S. SHRIKHANDE (IND), L. SOLER (F), O. SOUBRANE (F), A. SUGIOKA (J), M. TANABE (J), C.N. TANG (HK), K. UESAKA (J), M. UNNO (J), G. WAKABAYASHI (J), H. WEISS (A), M. YAMAMOTO (J)

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NEW PERSPECTIVES IN HEPATOBILIARY AND PANCREATIC SURGERY

COURSE OBJECTIVES

- to cover a broad spectrum of surgical procedures in hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery
- to provide indications for surgical treatment and discuss operative complications
- to highlight technicalities of surgical interventions through the broadcasting of pre-recorded live procedures
- to allow discussion between the operators and the surgeon trainees to provide hands-on sessions
- to improve skills in laparoscopic surgery through practice on live tissue under experts’ tutorials
- to describe postoperative clinical results and practical applications of evidence-based clinical medicine

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

- Interactive theoretical and video sessions between faculty and course participants
- Pre-recorded live operative demonstrations
- Hands-on training on live tissue (mini-pigs) in experimental lab

TARGET AUDIENCE

Surgeons

COURSE DIRECTOR

J. Marescaux F.

FACULTY LIST

H. ASBUN (USA), C. CONRAD (USA), B. DALLEMAGNE (B), V. DE BLASI (I), N. DEMARTINES (CH), M. DIANA (I), D. FUKS (F), M. GIMENEZ (ARG), H. KANEKO (J), J. MARESCAUX (F), R. MEMEO (I), D. MUTTER (F), P. PESSAUX (F), T. PIARDI (I), A. RESENDE (BR), O. SCATTON (F), O. SOUBRANE (F), C.N. TANG (HK), M. VIX (F), G. WAKABAYASHI (J), H. WEISS (A), M. YAMAMOTO (J)

New Perspectives in Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgery Advanced Course

COURSE OBJECTIVES

- to cover a broad spectrum of surgical procedures in hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery
- to provide indications for surgical treatment and discuss operative complications
- to highlight technicalities of surgical interventions through the broadcasting of pre-recorded live procedures
- to allow discussion between the operators and the surgeon trainees to provide hands-on sessions
- to improve skills in laparoscopic surgery through practice on live tissue under experts’ tutorials
- to describe postoperative clinical results and practical applications of evidence-based clinical medicine

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

- Interactive theoretical and video sessions between faculty and course participants
- Pre-recorded live operative demonstrations
- Hands-on training on live tissue (mini-pigs) in experimental lab

TARGET AUDIENCE

Surgeons

COURSE DIRECTOR

J. Marescaux F.

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 12

CHOLECYSTECTOMY - BILE DUCT INJURY - HEPATIC SURGERY


7.45 am Registration and welcoming of participants
For OPTION A and OPTION B

LIVE OR PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION
× One port cholecystectomy / micro instrumentation

CONTROVERSIES-ONE PORT CHOLECYSTECTOMY
× Pros
× Cons

BILE DUCT INJURY PREVENTION STRATEGY
× Biliary anatomy and significant variations: can we predict it preoperatively and is it worth the expenses?
× Cholecystectomy: safe dissection rules, do’s and don’ts
× Intraoperative imaging techniques of bile ducts anatomy: does it help?
× The “difficult” gallbladder: exit strategies

BILE DUCT INJURY: NOW WHAT ?
× Intraoperative detection
× Postoperative detection
Which treatment for which patient?
– Surgical approach
– Percutaneous approach
– Endoscopic approach
– Combined approaches
× Dealing with simultaneous vascular injury: the good, the bad and the ugly

MANAGEMENT OF INCIDENTAL GALLBLADDER CARCIN OMA

MANAGEMENT OF PERIHILAR CHOLANGIOCARCINOMA

HEPATIC SURGERY
× Liver surgical anatomy for Glissonian pedicle approach
× Fundamental liver techniques
× Basic principles in laparoscopic hepatobiliary: position of trocars - position of patient
× Surgical devices for hepatic resection

1.30 pm Lunch at the Institute

2.30 pm
For OPTION B ONLY
OPTION A: AFTERNOON FREE

PRE-LABORATORY VIDEO SESSION

TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS)

× Single port cholecystectomy
× Laparoscopic hepatic pedicle dissection
× T-Tube placement
× Laparoscopic left lateral sectionectomy
× Laparoscopic partial hepatectomy
× Hepatico-jejunal anastomosis
× Laparoscopic ultrasonography training (to be confirmed)
× Robotic initiation training

6.30 pm
End of the session
Evening free

THURSDAY DECEMBER 13

HEPATIC SURGERY


7.45 am
For OPTION A and OPTION B
Evaluation of the previous day

LIVE OR PRE-RECORDED LIVE OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATIONS
× Laparoscopic hepatectomy

LIVE PRE-RECORDED LIVE OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATIONS
× Laparoscopic left hemihepatectomy
× Laparoscopic right hemihepatectomy
× Laparoscopic hemi-right hepatectomy in living donors
× Total laparoscopic liver resection for hepatocellular carcinoma located in all segments of the liver

THEORETICAL SESSION
× Usefulness of ICG fluorescence imaging in liver resection
× Single Port left lateral sectionectomy
× State of the art in ablation therapy (radiofrequency, micro-wave and cryoablation)
× Classification of complications and comprehensive complication score: the key of quality control
× “Fast track” management in hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery
× How virtual reality could lead to a patient specific liver surgical anatomy
× Clinical cases: why 3D liver reconstruction will be mandatory?

1.30 pm Lunch at the Institute

2.30 pm
For OPTION B ONLY
OPTION A: AFTERNOON FREE

TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS)
× Single port cholecystectomy
× Laparoscopic hepatic pedicle dissection
× T-Tube placement
× Laparoscopic left lateral sectionectomy
× Laparoscopic partial hepatectomy
× Hepatico-jejunal anastomosis
× Laparoscopic ultrasonography training (to be confirmed)
× Robotic initiation training

6.30 pm End of the session

8.00 pm Dinner in honor of the participants

FRIDAY DECEMBER 14

PANCREATIC SURGERY


7.45 am

For OPTION A and OPTION B
Evaluation of the previous day

THEORETICAL SESSION
× Pancreas surgical anatomy
× Basic principles in laparoscopic pancreatectomy

LIVE OR PRERECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATIONS
× Laparoscopic pancreatectomy

THEORETICAL SESSION
× Management of acute pancreatitis:where do we stand?
× Minimally invasive palliative treatment of unresectable biliopancreatic cancer

01.00 pm
Lunch at the Institute

2.00 pm
THEORETICAL SESSION
× Laparoscopic pancreatic enucleation
× Laparoscopic distal pancreatectomy
× Laparoscopic pancreaticoduodenectomy
× Management of complications after laparoscopic pancreatectomy
× Discussion and course conclusion

5.15 pm
End of course
Delivery of the certificates of attendance
Program may be subject to modifications

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 7

CHOLECYSTECTOMY - BILIARY TRACT SURGERY


7.45 am Registration and welcoming of participants
For OPTION A and OPTION B

LIVE OR PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION
× One port cholecystectomy

CONTROVERSIES-ONE PORT CHOLECYSTECTOMY
× Pros
× Cons

BILIARY TRACT SURGERY
× Basic rules and how to prevent bile duct injury during laparoscopic cholecystectomy
× Minimizing laparoscopic cholecystectomy
× Bile duct injury during laparoscopic cholecystectomy : new approaches
× Laparoscopic bilioenteric anastomoses
× Intraoperative ultrasound examination during hepatobiliary surgery

MANAGEMENT OF INCIDENTAL GALLBLADDER CARCINOMA

MANAGEMENT OF PERIHILAR CHOLANGIOCARCINOMA


1.00 pm Lunch at the Institute

1.45 pm
For OPTION B ONLY
OPTION A: AFTERNOON FREE

PRE-LABORATORY VIDEO SESSION

TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS)

× Single port cholecystectomy
× Laparoscopic hepatic pedicle dissection
× T-Tube placement
× Laparoscopic left lateral sectionectomy
× Laparoscopic partial hepatectomy
× Hepatico-jejunal anastomosis
× Laparoscopic ultrasonography training (to be confirmed)
× Robotic initiation training

6.45 pm
End of the session
Evening free

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8

HEPATIC SURGERY


7.45 am
For OPTION A and OPTION B
Evaluation of the previous day

THEORETICAL SESSION
× Basic principles in laparoscopic hepatobiliary
× Liver surgical anatomy for Glissonian pedicle approach
× Fundamental liver techniques
× Surgical devices for hepatic resection
× Single port liver resection

LIVE OR PRE-RECORDED LIVE OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATIONS
× Laparoscopic hepatectomy

PRE-RECORDED LIVE OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATIONS
× Laparoscopic left hemihepatectomy
× Laparoscopic right hemihepatectomy
× Laparoscopic partial hepatectomy
× Total laparoscopic liver resection for hepatocellular carcinoma located in all segments of the liver
× Laparoscopic liver resection in living donor

1.00 pm Lunch at the Institute

1.45 pm
For OPTION B ONLY
OPTION A: AFTERNOON FREE

TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS)
× Single port cholecystectomy
× Laparoscopic hepatic pedicle dissection
× T-Tube placement
× Laparoscopic left lateral sectionectomy
× Laparoscopic partial hepatectomy
× Hepatico-jejunal anastomosis
× Laparoscopic ultrasonography training (to be confirmed)
× Robotic initiation training

6.45 pm End of the session

8.00 pm Dinner in honor of the participants

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9

HEPATIC & PANCREATIC SURGERY


7.45 am

For OPTION A and OPTION B
Evaluation of the previous day

THEORETICAL SESSION
× Total laparoscopic posterior sectionectomy
× Assessment of surgical complications and benchmarks
× "Fast-track" management in hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery
× State-of-the-art in ablation therapy
× Why will 3D liver reconstruction be mandatory for hepatic surgery?

01.00 pm
Lunch at the Institute

2.00 pm
For OPTION A and OPTION B

THEORETICAL SESSION
× Percutaneous management of acute pancreatitis
× Minimally invasive palliative treatment of unresectable biliopancreatic cancer
× Basic principles in laparoscopic pancreatectomy
× Laparoscopic pancreatic enucleation
× Laparoscopic distal pancreatectomy
× Laparoscopic pancreaticoduodenectomy
× Management of complications after laparoscopic pancreatectomy
× Discussion and course conclusion

5.00 pm
End of course
Delivery of the certificates of attendance
Program may be subject to modifications