LAPA-705 | Optimizing Tissue and Procedural Outcome During Laparoscopic Surgery

Laparoscopy AAGL 2018

Date

Day 2: Monday, November 12 2018

Time

7:00 am – 11:00 am

Location

Room: 115

Type

Didactic

Fee

$175

Co-Chair

Andrew I. Brill, Lori L. Warren

Faculty

Sangeeta Senapati, S. Sony Singh

Description

Embracing the inseparable linkage between anatomy and tissue dissection, this course will enable the novice and experienced laparoscopic surgeon to implement key principles for both mechanical and energy-based surgery. This will allow the surgeon to optimize both tissue and procedural outcomes during a number of fundamental laparoscopic procedures including complex adhesiolysis, resection of deep and ovarian endometriosis, laparoscopic hysterectomy, sacrocolpopexy, and myomectomy. By using instructional videos of exemplary procedures, the didactics will focus on learnable methods that can collectively reduce bleeding, minimize adhesion formation, limit unwanted thermal damage, and decrease the risk of visceral or vascular insult.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, the clinician will be able to: 1) Integrate methods to reduce unwanted thermal damage; 2) list anatomical techniques that maximize hemostatic dissection; and 3) comprehend surgical methods to reduce adhesion formation.

Course Outline

Please refer to program below.

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