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Laparoscopic Urological Surgery Intensive Course
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Endoscopic Urology and Renal Lithiasis Advanced Course
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Exclusive Course in Robotic Urology

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for CME accreditation of this event

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to uro.eits@ircad.fr or by fax +33 3 88 11 90 28
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Course accreditation
An application has been made to the UEMS EACCME
for CME accreditation of this event

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Download registration form and send it by email
to uro.eits@ircad.fr or by fax +33 3 88 11 90 28
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Course accreditation
An application has been made to the UEMS EACCME
for CME accreditation of this event

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Download registration form and send it by email
to uro.eits@ircad.fr or by fax +33 3 88 11 90 28
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for CME accreditation of this event

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UROLOGICAL SURGERY

COURSE DIRECTOR
T. Piechaud (F)

COURSES OBJECTIVES

  • To provide the basic knowledge required for clinical applications
  • To describe all the basic principles (instruments, materials, anaesthesia equipments) and present the most widely used basic laparoscopic urological techniques
  • To provide hands-on training sessions to learn or improve performance of basic technical tasks in laparoscopic urological surgery
  • To describe results and potential complications of laparoscopic procedures.

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

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

TARGET AUDIENCE

Laparoscopic urological surgeons

COURSE DIRECTOR

T. Piechaud (F)

FACULTY BOARD

C.C. Abbou (F), E. Mandron (F), C. Saussine (F), R. Van Velthoven (B)

FACULTY PANEL

T. Ahlering (USA), A. Alcaraz (SP), W. Artibani (I), H. Baumert (F), AM. Bocciard (I), X. Cathelineau (F), P. Coloby (F), A. De La Taille (F), S. Delort-laval (F), E. Drapier (F), P. Dubernard (F), T. Dujardin (CAN), C. Eden (UK), E. Ferreira Faria (BR), F. Gaboardi (I), R. Gaston (F), I.S. Gill (USA), B. Guillonneau (USA), J.L. Hoepffner (F), A. Hoznek (F), J. Hubert (F), G. Janetschek (A), H. Lang (F), L. Lopez (F), L. Martinez Pineiro (SP), B. Mauroy (F), A. Mejean (F), A. Messas (F), A. Mottrie (B), P. Mouly (F), C. Mugnier (F), V. Pansadoro (I), V. Patel (USA), A. Rane (UK), J. Rassweiler (D), P. Rischmann (A), C.H. Rochat (CH), F. Rozet (F), L. Salomon (F), M. Schneider (F), N. Soomro (UK), M. Soulié (F), R. Soulié (F), C. Sternberg (I), K. Touijer (USA), I. Tuerk (USA), C. Vaessen (F), H. Van Poppel (B), A. Villers (F), R. Villet (F), P. Wiklund (S)

TRAINER

O. Alenda (F), F. Annino (I), M. Beringi (I), D.M. Burke (UK), V. Corona Montes (MEX), M. Cortegoso Gonzalez (SP), F. Curto (I), L. Donon (F), A. D'Orazio (ARG), E. El Helou (LEB), C. Fraga-Pereira (BR), R. Guida (BR), G. Kyriakou (GR), B. Lopes-Cançado (BR), R. Mazloum (LEB), T. Mendonça (UK), B. Moussa (LEB), M. Oderda (I), A. O’Riordan (UK), A. Pansadoro (I), P. Ramirez (SP), M. Rocha (BR), E. Romero Selas (SP)

UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA (optional) Limited to the Intensive Courses

Evaluation through theoretical exams and practical tests at the end of the intensive course session leads to the delivery of a "University Diploma in Laparoscopic Surgery" awarded by the University of Strasbourg. The University diploma fees (429.10€) are to be paid on the spot by cash in Euros only.

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Endoscopic Urology and Renal Lithiasis Advanced Course

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • To know the equipment currently available to perform a PCNL
  • To know and to have previously performed the different stages of PCNL in animal models
  • To know the equipment currently available to perform a URS
  • To know and to have previously performed the different stages of laser URS in animal models
  • To know how to use image intensification and radiation protection rules
  • To know how to use a laser
  • To know disinfection protocols of flexible and semi-flexible endoscopes
  • To know PCNL and URS indications

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

  • Interactive theoretical and video sessions between faculty and course participants
  • Live operative demonstrations
  • Practical training on live tissue (mini-pigs) and on inanimate models

Course directors

O. Traxer (F) - C. Saussine (F)

GUEST FACULTY

J. De La Rosette (NL) - G. Giusti (I) - P.J.s. Osther (DK) - A. Ploumidis (GR) - B. Somani (UK) - O. Wiseman (UK)

Exclusive Course in Robotic Urology

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  1. To give surgeons the opportunity to use anatomical training models to perform robotic radical prostatectomy, robotic partial nephrectomy and robotic nephrectomy
  2. To allow surgeons to attend live surgery cases performed by experts in their regular operating environment
  3. To determine the standards of operative techniques demonstrating robotic radical prostatectomy, robotic partial nephrectomy, robotic radical nephrectomy and robotic cystectomy using lectures and pre-recorded live procedures

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

  1. Practical sessions in the technical platform with robotic systems and anatomical models
  2. Live broadcast of surgical techniques in the auditorium
  3. Workshop with the supervision of experts to study surgical techniques through pre-recorded live surgical demonstrations and discussions of technical points


COURSE DIRECTOR

T. Piechaud (F)

Laparoscopic Urological Surgery Intensive Course

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • To provide the basic knowledge required for clinical applications
  • To describe all the basic principles (instruments, materials, anaesthesia equipments) and present the most widely used basic laparoscopic urological techniques
  • To provide hands-on training sessions to learn or improve performance of basic technical tasks in laparoscopic urological surgery
  • To describe results and potential complications of laparoscopic procedures.

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

Interactive theoretical and video sessions between faculty and course participants; hands-on training on live tissue (mini-pigs) in experimental lab.

TARGET AUDIENCE

Laparoscopic urological surgeons

Course director

T. Piechaud (F)

FACULTY BOARD

C.C. Abbou (F), E. Mandron (F), C. Saussine (F), R. Van Velthoven (B)

FACULTY PANEL

T. Ahlering (USA), A. Alcaraz (SP), W. Artibani (I), H. Baumert (F), AM. Bocciard (I), X. Cathelineau (F), P. Coloby (F), A. De La Taille (F), S. Delort-laval (F), E. Drapier (F), P. Dubernard (F), T. Dujardin (CAN), C. Eden (UK), E. Ferreira Faria (BR), F. Gaboardi (I), R. Gaston (F), I.S. Gill (USA), B. Guillonneau (USA), J.L. Hoepffner (F), A. Hoznek (F), J. Hubert (F), G. Janetschek (A), H. Lang (F), L. Lopez (F), L. Martinez Pineiro (SP), B. Mauroy (F), A. Mejean (F), A. Messas (F), A. Mottrie (B), P. Mouly (F), C. Mugnier (F), V. Pansadoro (I), V. Patel (USA), A. Rane (UK), J. Rassweiler (D), P. Rischmann (A), C.H. Rochat (CH), F. Rozet (F), L. Salomon (F), M. Schneider (F), N. Soomro (UK), M. Soulié (F), R. Soulié (F), C. Sternberg (I), K. Touijer (USA), I. Tuerk (USA), C. Vaessen (F), H. Van Poppel (B), A. Villers (F), R. Villet (F), P. Wiklund (S)

TRAINERS

O. Alenda (F), F. Annino (I), M. Beringi (I), D.M. Burke (UK), V. Corona Montes (MEX), M. Cortegoso Gonzalez (SP), F. Curto (I), L. Donon (F), A. D'Orazio (ARG), E. El Helou (LEB), C. Fraga-Pereira (BR), R. Guida (BR), G. Kyriakou (GR), B. Lopes-Cançado (BR), R. Mazloum (LEB), T. Mendonça (UK), B. Moussa (LEB), M. Oderda (I), A. O’Riordan (UK), A. Pansadoro (I), P. Ramirez (SP), M. Rocha (BR), E. Romero Selas (SP)

UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA (optional) Limited to the Intensive Courses

Evaluation through theoretical exams and practical tests at the end of the intensive course session leads to the delivery of a "University Diploma in Laparoscopic Surgery" awarded by the University of Strasbourg. The University diploma fees (429.10€) are to be paid on the spot by cash in Euros only.

Laparoscopic Urological Surgery Intensive Course

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • To provide the basic knowledge required for clinical applications
  • To describe all the basic principles (instruments, materials, anaesthesia equipments) and present the most widely used basic laparoscopic urological techniques
  • To provide hands-on training sessions to learn or improve performance of basic technical tasks in laparoscopic urological surgery
  • To describe results and potential complications of laparoscopic procedures.

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

Interactive theoretical and video sessions between faculty and course participants; hands-on training on live tissue (mini-pigs) in experimental lab.

TARGET AUDIENCE

Laparoscopic urological surgeons

Course director

T. Piechaud (F)

FACULTY BOARD

C.C. Abbou (F), E. Mandron (F), C. Saussine (F), R. Van Velthoven (B)

FACULTY PANEL

T. Ahlering (USA), A. Alcaraz (SP), W. Artibani (I), H. Baumert (F), AM. Bocciard (I), X. Cathelineau (F), P. Coloby (F), A. De La Taille (F), S. Delort-laval (F), E. Drapier (F), P. Dubernard (F), T. Dujardin (CAN), C. Eden (UK), E. Ferreira Faria (BR), F. Gaboardi (I), R. Gaston (F), I.S. Gill (USA), B. Guillonneau (USA), J.L. Hoepffner (F), A. Hoznek (F), J. Hubert (F), G. Janetschek (A), H. Lang (F), L. Lopez (F), L. Martinez Pineiro (SP), B. Mauroy (F), A. Mejean (F), A. Messas (F), A. Mottrie (B), P. Mouly (F), C. Mugnier (F), V. Pansadoro (I), V. Patel (USA), A. Rane (UK), J. Rassweiler (D), P. Rischmann (A), C.H. Rochat (CH), F. Rozet (F), L. Salomon (F), M. Schneider (F), N. Soomro (UK), M. Soulié (F), R. Soulié (F), C. Sternberg (I), K. Touijer (USA), I. Tuerk (USA), C. Vaessen (F), H. Van Poppel (B), A. Villers (F), R. Villet (F), P. Wiklund (S)

TRAINERS

O. Alenda (F), F. Annino (I), M. Beringi (I), D.M. Burke (UK), V. Corona Montes (MEX), M. Cortegoso Gonzalez (SP), F. Curto (I), L. Donon (F), A. D'Orazio (ARG), E. El Helou (LEB), C. Fraga-Pereira (BR), R. Guida (BR), G. Kyriakou (GR), B. Lopes-Cançado (BR), R. Mazloum (LEB), T. Mendonça (UK), B. Moussa (LEB), M. Oderda (I), A. O’Riordan (UK), A. Pansadoro (I), P. Ramirez (SP), M. Rocha (BR), E. Romero Selas (SP)

UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA (optional) Limited to the Intensive Courses

Evaluation through theoretical exams and practical tests at the end of the intensive course session leads to the delivery of a "University Diploma in Laparoscopic Surgery" awarded by the University of Strasbourg. The University diploma fees (429.10€) are to be paid on the spot by cash in Euros only.

Laparoscopic Urological Surgery Intensive Course

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • To provide the basic knowledge required for clinical applications
  • To describe all the basic principles (instruments, materials, anaesthesia equipments) and present the most widely used basic laparoscopic urological techniques
  • To provide hands-on training sessions to learn or improve performance of basic technical tasks in laparoscopic urological surgery
  • To describe results and potential complications of laparoscopic procedures.

EDUCATIONAL METHODS

Interactive theoretical and video sessions between faculty and course participants; hands-on training on live tissue (mini-pigs) in experimental lab.

TARGET AUDIENCE

Laparoscopic urological surgeons

Course director

T. Piechaud (F)

FACULTY BOARD

C.C. Abbou (F), E. Mandron (F), C. Saussine (F), R. Van Velthoven (B)

FACULTY PANEL

T. Ahlering (USA), A. Alcaraz (SP), W. Artibani (I), H. Baumert (F), AM. Bocciard (I), X. Cathelineau (F), P. Coloby (F), A. De La Taille (F), S. Delort-laval (F), E. Drapier (F), P. Dubernard (F), T. Dujardin (CAN), C. Eden (UK), E. Ferreira Faria (BR), F. Gaboardi (I), R. Gaston (F), I.S. Gill (USA), B. Guillonneau (USA), J.L. Hoepffner (F), A. Hoznek (F), J. Hubert (F), G. Janetschek (A), H. Lang (F), L. Lopez (F), L. Martinez Pineiro (SP), B. Mauroy (F), A. Mejean (F), A. Messas (F), A. Mottrie (B), P. Mouly (F), C. Mugnier (F), V. Pansadoro (I), V. Patel (USA), A. Rane (UK), J. Rassweiler (D), P. Rischmann (A), C.H. Rochat (CH), F. Rozet (F), L. Salomon (F), M. Schneider (F), N. Soomro (UK), M. Soulié (F), R. Soulié (F), C. Sternberg (I), K. Touijer (USA), I. Tuerk (USA), C. Vaessen (F), H. Van Poppel (B), A. Villers (F), R. Villet (F), P. Wiklund (S)

TRAINERS

O. Alenda (F), F. Annino (I), M. Beringi (I), D.M. Burke (UK), V. Corona Montes (MEX), M. Cortegoso Gonzalez (SP), F. Curto (I), L. Donon (F), A. D'Orazio (ARG), E. El Helou (LEB), C. Fraga-Pereira (BR), R. Guida (BR), G. Kyriakou (GR), B. Lopes-Cançado (BR), R. Mazloum (LEB), T. Mendonça (UK), B. Moussa (LEB), M. Oderda (I), A. O’Riordan (UK), A. Pansadoro (I), P. Ramirez (SP), M. Rocha (BR), E. Romero Selas (SP)

UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA (optional) Limited to the Intensive Courses

Evaluation through theoretical exams and practical tests at the end of the intensive course session leads to the delivery of a "University Diploma in Laparoscopic Surgery" awarded by the University of Strasbourg. The University diploma fees (429.10€) are to be paid on the spot by cash in Euros only.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28

7.45 am Registration and welcoming of participants

8.00 am
THEORETICAL SESSION:

PERCUTANEOUS NEPHROLITHOTOMY (PCNL)
- Materials and technique
-
Indications, results, complications
-
Special features

FLEXIBLE, SEMI-FLEXIBLE AND LASER URETERORENOSCOPY (URS)

- Materials and technique
-
Laser anatomy
-
Indications, results, complications
-
Tips and tricks

12.30 pm Lunch at the Institute

1.30 pm
Materials presentation and handling: endoscopes, laser, pump and disposable instruments

PRACTICAL SESSION:
Hands-on training:
- on inanimate models (PCNL and laser flexible URS training)
- on live tissue (mini pigs)

Presentation of clinical cases for live surgery

6.00 pm End of session

8.00 pm Dinner in honor of participants

FRIDAY, MARCH 01

7.45 am Evaluation of the previous day

8.00 am
LIVE OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATIONS:

3 INTERVENTIONS, DEPENDING ON FOREIGN EXPERT: 2 PCNL AND 1 URS OR 1 PCNL AND 2 URS


1.30 pm Lunch at the Institute

2.30 pm
THEORETICAL SESSION

- Radiation protection
- Material sterilization
- International recommandations
- Tips and tricks for handling, storage and maintenance of these flexible and semi-flexible endoscopes
- Clinical cases

6.00 pm End of course
Delivery of the certificate of attendance

Program may be subject to modifications

THURSDAY MAY 9

SESSION ON KIDNEY

07.45am Registration and welcoming of participants

08.00am
For OPTION A and OPTION B
Theoretical session:

Robotic partial nephrectomy:
  1. Transperitoneal access
  2. Extraperitoneal access
  3. Robot positioning - Port placement
Operative protocole:
  1. Kidney dissection
  2. Pedicle approach
  3. Type of surgical drape
  4. Warm ischemia-free option
  5. Technique specificities:
    1. kidney resection
    2. kidney suture
    3. technical options: glues, haemostatic tissues...
  6. Drainage
Robotic total nephroureterectomy:
  1. Technical points
  2. Port placement
  3. Nephrectomy technique
  4. Which kind of vesical resection?
Robotic pyeloplasty: technique

10.30am
LIVE OR PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION (DEPENDING ON CASES)
  1. Robotic partial nephrrectomy
  2. Robotic nephroureterectomy
01.00pm Lunch at the Institute

02.00pm
For OPTION B
ROBOTIC TRAINING ON ANATOMICAL SPECIMENS
  1. Robotic partial nephrrectomy
  2. Robotic nephroureterectomy
For OPTION A
"SURGICAL TIPS AND TRICKS VIDEO" COMMENTED BY FACULTY
Discussion around short presentations of difficult or particular cases, pitfalls and technical details in robotic kidney surgery through live or pre-recorded operative demaonstrations

06.00pm
End of session

08.30pm
Dinner in honor of participants





FRIDAY MAY 10

SESSION ON RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY

07.45am Registration and welcoming of participants

08.00am
For OPTION A and OPTION B
Theoretical session:

Robotic radical prostatectomy:
  1. Transperitoneal access
  2. Extraperitoneal access
  3. Robot positioning - Port placement
Operative protocole:
  • Technical points:
    • Antegrade approach
  • Bladder neck preservation
  • Seminal vesicles sparing
  • Vasculonervous preservation
  • Apical dissection
  • Anastomosis
  • Extensive lymph node dissection
  • Way of access options: posterior approach and lateral approach
10.30am
LIVE OR PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION (DEPENDING ON CASES)
  1. Robotic radical prostatectomy
01.00pm Lunch at the Institute

02.00pm
For OPTION B
ROBOTIC TRAINING ON ANATOMICAL SPECIMENS
  1. Robotic radical prostatectomy
For OPTION A
"SURGICAL TIPS AND TRICKS VIDEO" COMMENTED BY FACULTY
Discussion around short presentations of difficult or particular cases, pitfalls and technical details in robotic kidney surgery through live or pre-recorded operative demaonstrations

06.00pm
End of session - Evening free






SATURDAY MAY 11

SESSION ON CYSTECTOMY

07.45am Registration and welcoming of participants

08.00am
For OPTION A and OPTION B
Theoretical session:
PRE-RECORDED LIVE DEMONSTRATION
  1. Prostatocystectomy technique
  2. Anterior pelvectomy technique or cystectomy in female patient ('en bloc' or independently)
  3. Urinary diversion: trans-ileal ureterostomy technique (Bricker's procedure)
  4. Neobladder construction technique
12.00pm
Conclusion

12.30pm Lunch at the Institute

01.30pm
End of course
Delivery of certificates of attendance






Program may be subject to modifications

Monday

8.45 am Registration and welcoming of participants

9.00 am
ANESTHESIA
  • Principles and specificities of anesthesia for laparoscopy
EQUIPMENT
  • Operating theatre - choice of equipment - the laparoscopic unit
  • Conventional laparoscopic instrumentation and micro-instruments
  • Electrosurgery and ultrasonic dissections
BASIC PRINCIPLES OF LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY
  • Positioning of trocars:
    • Transperitoneal access
    • Retroperitoneal access
  • Knots
1.00 pm Lunch at the Institute

2.00 pm
TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS) : LAPAROSCOPY
APPROACH OF THE LOWER URINARY SYSTEM:

  • Ureterolysis
  • Burch
  • Cystotomy
  • Fixing of vaginal prosthesis
  • Ureterovesical implantation
6.30 pm End of session / Evening free

Tuesday

8.15 am Evaluation of the previous day

8.30 am
TREATMENT OF GENERAL AND DIGESTIVE COMPLICATIONS

LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY OF NON-TUMORAL UPPER URINARY SYSTEM
  • Pyeloplasty
  • Pyelotomy
  • Ureterotomy
LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY OF NON-TUMORAL LOWER URINARY SYSTEM
  • Prostatic adenomectomy
  • Vesical diverticulectomy
  • Ureterovesical implantation
  • Vesico-vaginal fistula
1.00 pm Lunch at the Institute

2.00 pm
TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS) : LAPAROSCOPY
APPROACH OF THE UPPER URINARY SYSTEM

  • Renal pedicle dissection
  • Ureterolysis
  • Pyeloplasty
  • Ureteral repair
  • Left and right nephrectomy
6.30 pm End of session / Free evening

Wednesday

7.45 am Evaluation of the previous day

8.00 am
LAPAROSCOPIC TREATMENT OF KIDNEY TUMORS
  • Radical nephrectomy using a retroperitoneal approach
    • Technical principles
LIVE & PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION (DEPENDING ON CASES)
  • Radical nephrectomy by retroperitoneal approach
PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION SESSIONS
  • Radical nephrectomy using a transperitoneal approach:
    • Technical principles, complications
  • Laparoscopic partial nephrectomy for the treatment of kidney tumors:
    • Technical points
    • Robotic approach
  • Place of robotic assistance in kidney tumor surgery
1.00 pm Lunch at the Institute

2.00 pm
TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS): LAPAROSCOPY AND ROBOTICS APPROACH OF THE LOWER URINARY SYSTEM
  • Ureterolysis
  • Cystotomy
  • Ureterovesical implantation
  • Vesicourethral anastomosis
  • Prostatocystectomy
  • Robotic training
6.30 pm End of session

8.30 pm Dinner in honor of participants

Thursday

7.45 am Evaluation of the previous day

8.00 am
LAPAROSCOPIC TREATMENT OF GENITO-URINARY PROLAPSE
  • Physiopathology of genito-urinary prolapse:
    • Anatomical principles of laparoscopic treatment
    • Technical descriptions
    • Associated techniques – Hysterectomy – Complications
LIVE & PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION (DEPENDING ON CASES)
  • Laparoscopic treatment of genito-urinary prolapse
PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION SESSIONS
LAPAROSCOPIC CYSTECTOMY – PROSTATOCYSTECTOMY
  • Laparoscopic cystectomy:
    • Technical principles
  • Laparoscopic cystectomy in female
  • Robotic anterior pelvectomy, laparoscopic urinary diversion
1.00 pm Lunch at the Institute

2.00 pm
TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS): LAPAROSCOPY AND ROBOTICS
  • University Diploma - Practical evaluation
  • Practice of previously performed procedures:
    • Nephrectomy, partial nephrectomy
    • Pyeloplasty
    • Ureterolysis
  • Robotic training
6.30 pm End of session / Evening free

Friday

8.00 am
UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA PROFICIENCY TEST
For surgeons who applied for the University diploma: Multiple choice questionnaire

8.45 am Evaluation of the previous day

9.00 am
LAPAROSCOPIC RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY
  • Way of access, step by step description
  • Transperitoneal way, first posterior approach
  • Laparoscopic lymphadenectomy:
    • Place and technique in prostate cancer
  • Laparoscopic robot-assisted radical prostatectomy
LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY AND SAFETY

1.00 pm Lunch at the Institute

2.00 pm
ADRENALECTOMY: TRANSABDOMINAL APPROACH

NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND NEW CONCEPTS IN LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY
  • From virtual reality to robotic surgery
3.45 pm End of course
Delivery of certificates of attendance and diplomas for the successful candidates
Program may be subject to modifications

Monday

8.45 am Registration and welcoming of participants

9.00 am
ANESTHESIA
  • Principles and specificities of anesthesia for laparoscopy
EQUIPMENT
  • Operating theatre - choice of equipment - the laparoscopic unit
  • Conventional laparoscopic instrumentation and micro-instruments
  • Electrosurgery and ultrasonic dissections
BASIC PRINCIPLES OF LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY
  • Positioning of trocars:
    • Transperitoneal access
    • Retroperitoneal access
  • Knots
1.00 pm Lunch at the Institute

2.00 pm
TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS) : LAPAROSCOPY
APPROACH OF THE LOWER URINARY SYSTEM:

  • Ureterolysis
  • Burch
  • Cystotomy
  • Fixing of vaginal prosthesis
  • Ureterovesical implantation
6.30 pm End of session / Evening free

Tuesday

8.15 am Evaluation of the previous day

8.30 am
TREATMENT OF GENERAL AND DIGESTIVE COMPLICATIONS

LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY OF NON-TUMORAL UPPER URINARY SYSTEM
  • Pyeloplasty
  • Pyelotomy
  • Ureterotomy
LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY OF NON-TUMORAL LOWER URINARY SYSTEM
  • Prostatic adenomectomy
  • Vesical diverticulectomy
  • Ureterovesical implantation
  • Vesico-vaginal fistula
1.00 pm Lunch at the Institute

2.00 pm
TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS) : LAPAROSCOPY
APPROACH OF THE UPPER URINARY SYSTEM

  • Renal pedicle dissection
  • Ureterolysis
  • Pyeloplasty
  • Ureteral repair
  • Left and right nephrectomy
6.30 pm End of session / Free evening

Wednesday

7.45 am Evaluation of the previous day

8.00 am
LAPAROSCOPIC TREATMENT OF KIDNEY TUMORS
  • Radical nephrectomy using a retroperitoneal approach
    • Technical principles
LIVE & PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION (DEPENDING ON CASES)
  • Radical nephrectomy by retroperitoneal approach
PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION SESSIONS
  • Radical nephrectomy using a transperitoneal approach:
    • Technical principles, complications
  • Laparoscopic partial nephrectomy for the treatment of kidney tumors:
    • Technical points
    • Robotic approach
  • Place of robotic assistance in kidney tumor surgery
1.00 pm Lunch at the Institute

2.00 pm
TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS): LAPAROSCOPY AND ROBOTICS APPROACH OF THE LOWER URINARY SYSTEM
  • Ureterolysis
  • Cystotomy
  • Ureterovesical implantation
  • Vesicourethral anastomosis
  • Prostatocystectomy
  • Robotic training
6.30 pm End of session

8.30 pm Dinner in honor of participants

Thursday

7.45 am Evaluation of the previous day

8.00 am
LAPAROSCOPIC TREATMENT OF GENITO-URINARY PROLAPSE
  • Physiopathology of genito-urinary prolapse:
    • Anatomical principles of laparoscopic treatment
    • Technical descriptions
    • Associated techniques – Hysterectomy – Complications
LIVE & PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION (DEPENDING ON CASES)
  • Laparoscopic treatment of genito-urinary prolapse
PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION SESSIONS
LAPAROSCOPIC CYSTECTOMY – PROSTATOCYSTECTOMY
  • Laparoscopic cystectomy:
    • Technical principles
  • Laparoscopic cystectomy in female
  • Robotic anterior pelvectomy, laparoscopic urinary diversion
1.00 pm Lunch at the Institute

2.00 pm
TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS): LAPAROSCOPY AND ROBOTICS
  • University Diploma - Practical evaluation
  • Practice of previously performed procedures:
    • Nephrectomy, partial nephrectomy
    • Pyeloplasty
    • Ureterolysis
  • Robotic training
6.30 pm End of session / Evening free

Friday

8.00 am
UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA PROFICIENCY TEST
For surgeons who applied for the University diploma: Multiple choice questionnaire

8.45 am Evaluation of the previous day

9.00 am
LAPAROSCOPIC RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY
  • Way of access, step by step description
  • Transperitoneal way, first posterior approach
  • Laparoscopic lymphadenectomy:
    • Place and technique in prostate cancer
  • Laparoscopic robot-assisted radical prostatectomy
LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY AND SAFETY

1.00 pm Lunch at the Institute

2.00 pm
ADRENALECTOMY: TRANSABDOMINAL APPROACH

NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND NEW CONCEPTS IN LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY
  • From virtual reality to robotic surgery
3.45 pm End of course
Delivery of certificates of attendance and diplomas for the successful candidates
Program may be subject to modifications

Monday

8.45 am Registration and welcoming of participants

9.00 am
ANESTHESIA
  • Principles and specificities of anesthesia for laparoscopy
EQUIPMENT
  • Operating theatre - choice of equipment - the laparoscopic unit
  • Conventional laparoscopic instrumentation and micro-instruments
  • Electrosurgery and ultrasonic dissections
BASIC PRINCIPLES OF LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY
  • Positioning of trocars:
    • Transperitoneal access
    • Retroperitoneal access
  • Knots
1.00 pm Lunch at the Institute

2.00 pm
TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS) : LAPAROSCOPY
APPROACH OF THE LOWER URINARY SYSTEM:

  • Ureterolysis
  • Burch
  • Cystotomy
  • Fixing of vaginal prosthesis
  • Ureterovesical implantation
6.30 pm End of session / Evening free

Tuesday

8.15 am Evaluation of the previous day

8.30 am
TREATMENT OF GENERAL AND DIGESTIVE COMPLICATIONS

LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY OF NON-TUMORAL UPPER URINARY SYSTEM
  • Pyeloplasty
  • Pyelotomy
  • Ureterotomy
LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY OF NON-TUMORAL LOWER URINARY SYSTEM
  • Prostatic adenomectomy
  • Vesical diverticulectomy
  • Ureterovesical implantation
  • Vesico-vaginal fistula
1.00 pm Lunch at the Institute

2.00 pm
TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS) : LAPAROSCOPY
APPROACH OF THE UPPER URINARY SYSTEM

  • Renal pedicle dissection
  • Ureterolysis
  • Pyeloplasty
  • Ureteral repair
  • Left and right nephrectomy
6.30 pm End of session / Free evening

Wednesday

7.45 am Evaluation of the previous day

8.00 am
LAPAROSCOPIC TREATMENT OF KIDNEY TUMORS
  • Radical nephrectomy using a retroperitoneal approach
    • Technical principles
LIVE & PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION (DEPENDING ON CASES)
  • Radical nephrectomy by retroperitoneal approach
PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION SESSIONS
  • Radical nephrectomy using a transperitoneal approach:
    • Technical principles, complications
  • Laparoscopic partial nephrectomy for the treatment of kidney tumors:
    • Technical points
    • Robotic approach
  • Place of robotic assistance in kidney tumor surgery
1.00 pm Lunch at the Institute

2.00 pm
TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS): LAPAROSCOPY AND ROBOTICS APPROACH OF THE LOWER URINARY SYSTEM
  • Ureterolysis
  • Cystotomy
  • Ureterovesical implantation
  • Vesicourethral anastomosis
  • Prostatocystectomy
  • Robotic training
6.30 pm End of session

8.30 pm Dinner in honor of participants

Thursday

7.45 am Evaluation of the previous day

8.00 am
LAPAROSCOPIC TREATMENT OF GENITO-URINARY PROLAPSE
  • Physiopathology of genito-urinary prolapse:
    • Anatomical principles of laparoscopic treatment
    • Technical descriptions
    • Associated techniques – Hysterectomy – Complications
LIVE & PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION (DEPENDING ON CASES)
  • Laparoscopic treatment of genito-urinary prolapse
PRE-RECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION SESSIONS
LAPAROSCOPIC CYSTECTOMY – PROSTATOCYSTECTOMY
  • Laparoscopic cystectomy:
    • Technical principles
  • Laparoscopic cystectomy in female
  • Robotic anterior pelvectomy, laparoscopic urinary diversion
1.00 pm Lunch at the Institute

2.00 pm
TRAINING ON LIVE TISSUE (MINI-PIGS): LAPAROSCOPY AND ROBOTICS
  • University Diploma - Practical evaluation
  • Practice of previously performed procedures:
    • Nephrectomy, partial nephrectomy
    • Pyeloplasty
    • Ureterolysis
  • Robotic training
6.30 pm End of session / Evening free

Friday

8.00 am
UNIVERSITY DIPLOMA PROFICIENCY TEST
For surgeons who applied for the University diploma: Multiple choice questionnaire

8.45 am Evaluation of the previous day

9.00 am
LAPAROSCOPIC RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY
  • Way of access, step by step description
  • Transperitoneal way, first posterior approach
  • Laparoscopic lymphadenectomy:
    • Place and technique in prostate cancer
  • Laparoscopic robot-assisted radical prostatectomy
LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY AND SAFETY

1.00 pm Lunch at the Institute

2.00 pm
ADRENALECTOMY: TRANSABDOMINAL APPROACH

NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND NEW CONCEPTS IN LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY
  • From virtual reality to robotic surgery
3.45 pm End of course
Delivery of certificates of attendance and diplomas for the successful candidates
Program may be subject to modifications