- This course closed on 01/28/2024.
Laparoscopic surgery has almost completely replaced the traditional open surgery. Laparoscopy surgery has evolved over the years and the pioneers have laid down the solid foundations of learning the skills based on three pillars of laparoscopic surgery viz Ergonomics, Task Analysis and Engineering, Like any skill based profession the learning curve of laparoscopic surgery is also long.
These skills can only be learnt in Skills Development Centers by doing hands on training .
The Theoretical knowledge which is equally important can be
acquired both by offline and online mode.
This online course has been created by the pioneers and experienced faculty of laparoscopy surgery.
This course will help you to implement comprehensive management practices to improve the laparoscopy surgical out come.
This course will help you to integrate theory with practical inputs of minimal access surgery to safely manage the patients. You will be equipped with the skills to cultivate and sustain lasting improvement in professional satisfaction and achieve growth.
At the end of the course, you will be able to
- Understand the difference between laparoscopic surgery, NOTES, SILS, HALS, Robotic Surgery and Virtual Reality Surgery
- Learn the three pillars of performing laparoscopy surgery viz, Ergonomics, Task Analysis and Engineering.
- Comprehend the laparoscopic instruments design, their maintenance and sterilization
- Safe Laparoscopic dissection techniques using Radio frequency energy sources with mono-polar and bipolar current.
- Under stand the working principals of advanced energy source Like Harmonic, Ligasure, Thunderbeat and Lasers
- Learn the various access techniques and why CO2 is used for insufflation
- Learn the importance of monitoring of the ETCO2 and concept of Strategic Rest Break
- You will be able to understand the working of CO2 insufflator and safe setting of preset pressure and preset flow rate of CO2 to avoid the life threatening complications
- You will learn how to get HD images and features of advanced imaging modalities like ultra HD &4K resolution system
- Difference between 2D/3D laparoscopy
- You will learn proper Port Placement to avoid risky and stressful Laparoscopy Surgery
- Learn how to prevent mistakes and errors in Laparoscopy Surgery
- In addition there will be online examination and Zoom meeting for doubt clearing session every week
We wish you the best in this learning journey
- Enrollment in this course closed on 12/10/2023.
Start date: Monday, December 11, 2023
End date: Saturday, December 30, 2023
Program Access Until: Saturday, December 30, 2023
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