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Global Laparoscopic Learning Courses

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It is extraordinary how little the average individual knows about the art of making even the simplest knots
— R. M. Abraham, 1932+
 Experience the Expertise
  Dr. Parveen Bhatia
  Dr. Arvind Kumar
  Dr. Rajesh Khullar
  Dr. Sudhir Kalhan
  Dr. Yogesh Aggarwal
  Dr. S. P. Dembla
  Dr. Arun Prasad
  Dr. J. P. Deed
  Dr. Pawanendra Lal
  Dr. Anil Sharma
 Ethicon Institute of Surgical  Education,
 Kirti Nagar, New Delhi.

Course Introduction

This course is dedicated to provide a forum through which Surgeons, Gynaecologists, Urologists & Thoracoscopic Surgeons and allied health professionals across all levels of training and surgical specialties can engage in educational activities concerning minimally invasive surgery.

Course Objectives
To describe the technical steps which are used for advanced Laparoscopic procedures.
To practice on both pelvic trainer and live tissue of mini pigs in order to give the participant the technical capacity to improve his/her practice.
Master suturing
One of the keys to upgrade one's practice in endoscopic surgery is to master suturing. Endoscopic suturing requires a good knowledge of knot tying as well as standard principles of organization. The course will provide extensive basic lectures focusing on these principles and training is given in an optimal lab. environment.

Practical Session on Pelvic Trainer
Specific instruments for suturing.
Endoscopic suture and needle.
Introducing and removing the needle
Exercises in needle loading.
Right hand and left hand suturing.
Intra and extra corporeal knots (Reoder's knot, Melzer Knot etc.)
Different techniques for continuous sutures

Personalised Training on Live Tissue/Mini Pigs
Each surgeon chooses the procedure he wants to practice under Experts advice.

- Basic Principles
  • Insufflation,
  • position of trocars,
  • Clips, Staplers,
  • Laparoscopic suturing,
  • knotting,
  • Endoloop

- Solid organ surgery
  • Splenectomy, Nephrectomy
  • Inguinal Hernia repair
  • Laparoscopic Anatomy,

- Biliary Surgery
  • Cholecystectomy
  • Common Bile duct surgery.

- Antireflux Surgery
- Gastrointestinal anastomosis
- Simulation of bowel injury and reconstruction
- Mesh suturing, stapling & anchoring
- Thoracoscopic Surgery
- Tubal ligation, Hysterectomy
- Urology surgery
• Pyeloplasty
• Ureterolithotomy
- Bariatric Surgery
- New technologies and newer energy sources


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