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EAES 2020 - KRAKOW

28th International EAES congress Mocca Room (Q Plus Hotel) I Kraków I POLAND

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- Wednesday 24th June 2020, Mocca Room (Q Plus Hotel), Kraków -

The EAES presents

As new surgical techniques continue to evolve, the use of flexible endoscopy is increasingly important for surgeons. Modern digestive surgery needs leaders with endoscopic skills that are well defined. Common sense suggests that the surgeon who loses the opportunity to learn surgical endoscopy will soon disappear.

This EAES hands-on course presents a unique opportunity for surgical residents, fellows and practicing surgeons to learn the basic endoscopic skills required to form a foundation in the practice of flexible endoscopy and to be exposed to cutting edge techniques such as ESD, POEM, and endoscopic suturing.

Join the future of minimally invasive surgery
- Join EAES Flexible Endoscopy course -

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European Association for Endoscopic Surgery and other interventional techniques

HO1. Hands-on course: Flexible Endoscopy

University Diploma of Surgical Endoscopy

Hands-on course: Flexible Endoscopy

Wednesday, June 24th 2020
09:00am - 05:00pm at Mocca Room (Q Plus hotel)

Course directors:
S. Perretta (France/Italy)

Faculty:
A. Legner (Austria), M. Pizzicannella (Italy), A. Spota (Italy), K. Fuchs (Germany), A. Forgione (Italy), M. Fazi (Italy), A.Pryor (USA), M. Verra (Italy)

Course manager:
A. Gronfier (France)


Maximum number of participants: 20

OBJECTIVES European Association for Endoscopic Surgery and other interventional techniques

Basic as well as advanced flexible endoscopic techniques will be taught by experienced surgeon-endoscopists, with didactic endoscopic images, video clips of clinical cases and hands-on sessions – You will learn key endoscopic procedures in a structured way, under the mentorship of world leaders in the field with access to the newest technologies and techniques:
• Endoscopic management of common surgical complications (bleeding, perforations, fistulas, stenosis..)
• Endoscopic resection techniques: EMR, ESD and full thickness resection
• Submucosal tunnelling techniques to treat achalasia, submucosal tumors, and gastroparesis: POEM, POP, STER...
• Endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty and suturing techniques

OBJECTIVES

At the end of this course, the participant will :

PROGRAM

• Understand indications for ESD in the upper and lower GI tract
• Understand correct indications for POEM
• Learn the basic steps of EMR, ESD and POEM in a controlled and supervised setting
• Become familiar with new technologies available for treating GI bleeding and perforations
• Become familiar with the use of over-the-scope clips
• Become familiar with endoscopic suturing techniques

European Association for Endoscopic Surgery and other interventional techniques

PROGRAM

9:00am - 9:30am
Welcome
Opening lecture
Presentations - Prelab:

• Treatment of common complications
• New suturing techniques

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4:30pm
Debrief - Closing words

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9:30am - 12:30pm and 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Rotations on

• Endoscopic suture (Overstitch)
• Dilation
• Bleeding control
• ERCP
• Treatment of fistula: Vacuum therapy (Endosponge), Pig tail and Stent placement
• BEST (Basic endoscopic skills training) box
• EMR, ESD, POEM

CONTACT US

Phone +31 40 252 52 88 European Association for Endoscopic Surgery and other interventional techniques

For more information

www.eaes.eu I info@eaes.eu Fax +31 40 252 31 02

Partners

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Hands-on location:
Mocca Room (Q Plus Hotel)
Wygrana 6, 30-311 Kraków, POLAND

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