GI Anastomosis Techniques Course

GI Anastomosis Techniques Course

04 March 2020

Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

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  • This one day course provides exposure to the theoretical principles and practical techniques of GI anastomosis. It gives an opportunity to perform a variety of surgical procedures on tissue models under the expert guidance of consultant surgeons.

    The course forms an integral part of current postgraduate surgical training and the delivery maximises learning opportunities with a high trainer to trainee ratio. The course is well paced and offers sufficient time to understand procedures and undertake focused practice. Personal feedback on performance is offered with advice for further practice.

    Vascular Anastomosis

    Suitable for:

    • Surgeons Outside the UK
    • Surgical Core Trainees
    • Surgical Specialty Trainees
    • SAS Grade Surgeons
    • Surgical Consultants
    • Other Surgeons
  • 04 March
    08:30-09:00

    Registration

    04 March
    09:00-09:05

    Welcome and Introduction

    04 March
    09:05-09:30

    Introduction and small bowel anastomosis

    04 March
    09:30-10:30

    End to end sero-submucosal anastasmosis, End to side

    04 March
    10:30-10:45

    Morning break

    04 March
    10:45-12:30

    Colonic Anastomosis

    Right hemicolectomy, Barcelona stapled, Hand-sewn, Anterior resection, Identification and management of leaks

    04 March
    12:30-13:30

    Lunch

    04 March
    13:00-15:00

    Gastrojejunostomy

    04 March
    15:00-15:15

    Afternoon break

    04 March
    15:15-16:30

    Oesophago-gastrostomy

    04 March
    16:30-16:35

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  • Category Product Amount
    Member Registrations £165
    Non-Member Registrations £295
  • Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

Closing date: 03 March 2020


Other dates

02 October 2019
27 May 2020

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Donna Johnston
+44 (0) 141 465 7270

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