MIC Intensive Training days in Österreich
1-Tag-Training am P.O.P-Trainer
Laparoscopic surgery requires the surgeon to have specific skills which are different from those required in open surgery. Hence, psychomotor and surgical skills can be trained on the POP-Trainer for the improving and mastering of these skills without any time limitations
Depth appreciation while viewing a 2D or 3D screen
Remote handling of instruments with tactile feedback
Adequate hand-eye coordination
Fine motor skills to deal with fulcrum effect and the lever forces of long instruments
Suturing, clipping , knot tying and cutting skills
Team training and complication management
Standard and advanced laparoscopic operation procedures
Monitor and camera systems are required to demonstrate the individual exercises on the simulator.
Prepare the POP-Trainer, please follow procedures in our instruction manual and insert trocar and instruments.
Position of camera and instruments according to the exercises as prescribed.
Start your operation procedure under mentorship.
Such as partial nephrectomy, total nephrectomy, and pyeloplasty.
Endoscopic managing of urolithiasis.
Use of various guide-wires, baskets and intracorporeal lithotripters is possible on the P.O.P.
Basic and Advanced Laparoscopic Urological Skills training on the POP have been offered by the European School of Urology since 2008.
P.O.P for hands-on-training in endourology
Fragmentation of stones in the urinary tract and ablation of tumours is feasible on the P.O.P.
Learn to use semiregid and flexible ureteroscopes.
Learn how to avoid complications.
Using Avicenna Roboflex™ systems with the P.O.P. at SLK Kliniken Heilbronn www.slk-kliniken.de
suturing and knotting techniques, cholecystectomy, appendectomy, hiatoplasty, fundoplication, splenectomy, ulcer perforation
Complication management with special focus on team co-ordination
Minimally invasive operating techniques in gastric surgery
TRAINING & EVENTS
Klinik für Allgemein- und Viszeralchirurgie,
Kepler Universitäts-klinikum Linz,
4020 Linz, Österreich
Wissenschaftliche Leitung der MIS Trainings in Österreich: Szinicz G. MD., Shamiyeh A. MD., Schrittwieser R. MD., Brunner W. MD, Uranüs S. MD, Glaser K. MD., Zacherl J. MD. Kurse in Österreich sind mit 15 Punkten für das Diplom-Fortbildungs-Programm der Österreichischen Ärztekammer approbiert.