CERTIFICATE IN MINIMAL ACCESS SURGERY - CMAS
Certificate Course in Minimal Access Surgery - CMAS
Basic training course in Laparoscopic Surgery will start with an introduction to minimal access surgery, its advantage, and disadvantages. The candidates will learn ergonomics, task analysis, and engineering - the three pillars of performing safe laparoscopic surgery. The students will acquire knowledge and develop skills in the following
Laparoscopic tower and various instruments placed on it like different types of camera systems, telescopes, monitors, light sources, light cables, insufflators, and energy sources.
Different reusable and disposables instruments including verees needle, trocars, cannula, and ports.
Various access techniques and top gun drill exercises for getting trained in bimanual hand-eye coordination, ambidexterity, and depth perception.
The scientific basis of ports placement.
Sterilization technique of reusable instruments.
Registration Access Plan for the Student
Registration Fees for Indian Students
Registration Fees for International Students
Registration Fees for SAARC/AFRICAN Students
SAARC students to pay the full fee on arrival. SAARC Students only have to pay the Registration Fees for the Course Enrollment and after joining the Institute they have to pay the Full Course Fees in INR.
Full Course Fees Enrollment Plan
Full Course Fees for Indian Students
Full Course Fees Enrollment Plan
Full Course Fees for International Students
Timetable of Certificate Course in Minimal Access Surgery - CMAS
Training will be conducted from Monday to Saturday except Sundays. So, the total effective training days for CMAS will be 6 days.
Training will also not be held on National Holidays – Republic Day, Independence Day, Gandhi Jayanti, Holi & Diwali, which will be covered in additional working day.
|Time||Activity Type||Activity Details|
|09:30 am – 10:30am||Laparoscopic surgery practical guidelines||Introduction to Laparoscopic Surgery|
|10:30 am – 01:00 pm||Hands on training||Basic Laparoscopy Skills with Top Gun Drill Laparoscopic hands-on exercise to learn bimanual hand & eye coordination, ambidexterity and depth perception using instruments in both hands.|
|01:00 pm – 01:30 pm||Break||Lunch break|
|01:30 pm – 03:00 pm||Laparoscopic surgery practical guidelines||Demonstration of Laparoscopic Instruments Design (Part I): including Veress needle, Hassons cannula, port access instruments, dissecting instruments, various graspers and scissors.|
|03:00 pm – 04:30 pm||Lecture / PPT / Video presentation||Introduction of Minimal Access Surgery including Robotics, HALS, NOTES, TEM and SILS.|
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The CMAS program is designed for qualified Medical Graduates/ Post Graduates, OT Technicians, OT Nurses and MS Surgery (Ayurveda). All these Categories are eligible for CMAS Course.
This course helps in integrating theory with practical aspects of minimal access surgery to safely manage the patients. The theoretical knowledge which is very important to improve the laparoscopic surgery outcome can be easily learnt.
In offline course the students will get trained in the skill development center under the expert guidance and will get hands on training in dry lab, harvested tissues and simulators whereas in Online Course students will get the detailed theoretical knowledge about the minimal access surgery.
Offline course is beneficial for the fresh post graduates with no exposure to the concept of the minimal access surgery.
Yes the online CMAS course is accredited by the IAMAS (International Association of Minimal Access Surgeon).
Yes if you pass the exam after completing the course, you will be issued the CMAS certificate.
The CMAS program offers comprehensive training in minimally invasive surgical techniques. Participants gain hands-on experience, and the guidance of experienced faculty, enabling them in their surgical practice.