Laryngotracheal Stenosis Surgery Workshop 2018 Cemast

Workshop On Laryngotracheal Stenosis Surgery

By renowned faculty: Prof. Philippe Monnier, Switzerland

AGENDA

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Symposium
(Venue – PAKH)

08:30am – 09:00am – Registration

09:00am – 10:00am – Lecture – Prof. Monnier – Difficult situations in Laryngotracheal surgery

10:00am – 10:30am – Lecture

10:30am – 11:00am – Audit

11:00am – 01:00pm – PANEL – Complicated Airway Cases

01:00pm – 01:30pm – Lunch

01:30pm – 04:00pm – Case Discussion

Live Surgical Demonstration
(Venue – CEMAST)

Hands –on Dissection
(Venue – CEMAST)

08:30am – 09:00am – Registration

09:00am – 09:30am – Lecture –Complications of Surgery for Laryngotracheal stenosis

09:30am – 10:30am – Lecture – Prevention of Laryngotracheal stenosis

10:30am – 11:00am – Q and A

11:00am – 01:00pm – Dissection demonstration in Animal Tissue Lab

01:00pm – 01:30pm – Lunch

01:30pm – 04:30pm – Hands-on dissection for delegates

FACULTY

International Faculty

Prof. Philippe Monnier

Course Directors

Dr. Milind Kirtane
Dr. Sultan Pradhan
Dr. Renuka Bradoo

Associate Faculty

Dr. Kamruddin Ezzy

Dr. Anagha Joshi

Dr. Kshitij Shah

Dr. Anjoo Chaudhary

What To Expect at the Workshop

Course Outline

Tracheal resection and reconstruction (TRR) and laryngotracheal resection and reconstruction (LTRR) is commonly performed for post-intubation tracheal stenosis, tracheal tumors, idiopathic laryngotracheal stenosis (ILTS), and tracheoesophageal fistula (TEF).

Complications include granulation tissue formation, restenosis of the trachea, anastomotic separation, TEF and tracheoinnominate fistula (TIF), wound infection, laryngeal edema, and glottic dysfunction. Anastomotic separation—the most feared complication of tracheal surgery—may present subtly with stridor and wound infection, or with respiratory distress and extremis. Prompt management is required to prevent devastating consequences

Master the techniques of Laryngotracheal Stenosis surgery under the guidance of Internationally renowned faculty Prof. Philippe Monnier from Switzerland and learn about evaluation of the compromised airway and management of Laryngotracheal Stenosis at CEMAST. Experience Live Transmission of cases followed by extensive hands-on dissection under the supervision of experts in the field.

Course Objectives

  • To understand difficult situations in Laryngotracheal surgery
  • To understand complicated Airway cases
  • To understand complications of Surgery for Laryngotracheal stenosis
  • Prevention of Laryngotracheal stenosis

Who should attend

The course has been specifically designed for:

  • Onco-Surgeons
  • ENT Surgeons
  • Anaesthetists and Intensivists

Course Highlights

  • Lectures by expert National and International faculty along with surgical video sessions
  • Supervised Hands-on training on life-like model
  • Ample opportunity for informal interaction with faculty

Course Fees:

Observer (Practising Surgeons and Residents) – Rs. 5000/-

(This includes wet lab hands-on dissection under the supervision of Prof. Monnier and experts in the field along with lectures at CEMAST on 7th August along with lectures and panel discussion at PAKH on 5th Augustand Live surgical demonstration to be web-telecasted at CEMAST on 6th August 2018)

Hands-on Dissection – Rs. 15,000/-

(This includes wet lab hands-on dissection under the supervision of Prof. Monnier and experts in the field along with lectures at CEMAST on 7th August along with lectures and panel discussion at PAKH on 5th Augustand Live surgical demonstration to be web-telecasted at CEMAST on 6th August 2018)

REGISTER NOW

Book Your Seats for the workshop here.

(This includes lectures and panel discussion at PAKH on 5th August and Live surgical demonstration to be web-telecasted at CEMAST on 6th August along with lectures and observation of Wetlab at CEMAST on 7th August 2018)

(This includes wet lab hands-on dissection under the supervision of Prof. Monnier and experts in the field along with lectures at CEMAST on 7th August along with lectures and panel discussion at PAKH on 5th Augustand Live surgical demonstration to be web-telecasted at CEMAST on 6th August 2018)