• *SPECIAL DISCOUNT DEAL* CHOLEDOCHOSCOPY + HEPATOBILIARY/ PANCREATIC 30% OFF Date : Apr 26, 2020  -  Apr 30, 2020
  • PRICE $71,400 NTD

    EARLY BOOKING / DISCOUNT

    FEE INCLUDES

  • Theoretical teaching and workshop
  • Live and pre-recorded operative demonstrations
  • Coffee breaks and lunches
  • One evening meal (One congress dinner)
  • Shuttle bus service provided (Daily from-and-to hotel and IRCAD)
  • PRICE $85,400 NTD

    EARLY BOOKING / DISCOUNT

    FEE INCLUDES

  • Theoretical teaching and workshop
  • Live and pre-recorded operative demonstrations
  • Coffee breaks and lunches
  • One evening meal (One congress dinner)
  • Shuttle bus service provided (Daily from-and-to hotel and IRCAD)
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  • INTRODUCTION
    1. INVITED FACULTY
    2. Ho-Seong Han (Korea), Mariano GIMENEZ (Argentina), Olivier SOUBRANE (France), Ahmad NASSAR (England), Luc SOLER (France), Nicolas DEMARTINES (Switzerland), Ying-Jui CHAO 趙盈瑞 (Taiwan), Go WAKABAYASHI (Japan), Jimmy Chun-Min SU 蘇峻民 (Taiwan), Minoru TANABE (Japan), Wen-Lung SU 蘇文隆 (Taiwan), Patrick PESSAUX (France), Akiko UMEZAWA (Japan), Ming-Hsun YANG 楊明勳 (Taiwan), Dev-Aur CHOU 周德敖 (Taiwan), Hironori KANEKO (Japan), Charles Lin 林忠葦 (Taiwan), Kuo-Hsin CHEN 陳國鋅 (Taiwan), Tun-Sung HUANG 黃郭頌 (Taiwan)
  • Course Director
  • Wayne S. W. HUANG 黃士維
    TAIWAN 台灣
  • M. YAMAMOTO
    JAPAN 日本
  • J. MARESCAUX
    FRANCE 法國
  • PROGRAMME
    1. 1st SUNDAY APRIL 26
    1. Day 1
    2. 08:30 AM Welcome to participants
    3. 08:30 AM Single session management of bile duct stones: philosophy, evidence and training training
    4. 08:40 AM Service design: protocol, instruments, logistics
    5. 08:50 AM Cholangiography: methods, interpretation and procedure selection
    6. 09:00 AM The difficult IOC: trouble shooting
    7. 09:10 AM Transcystic exploration; indications and case selection
    8. 09:20 AM Choledochotomy exploration: indications and technique
    9. 09:30 AM The difficult exploration: multiple, large and impacted stones
    10. 09:40 AM Coffee-Break
    11. 10:00 AM PRACTICAL SESSION 1

      -Cholangiography, cannulation, catheters, clamps vs free cannula, basket in catheter

      -Handling and care of the choledochoscope

    12. 11:00 AM PRACTICAL SESSION 2

      - Transcystic exploration: blind trawling, Basket-in Catheter, types of baskets, 3mm choledochoscopy.

      - Intrahepatic choledochoscopy; “Wiper-Blade Manoeuver”.

      - Choledochotomy exploration: site, size, optimal use of instruments, and different techniques of stone extraction.

    13. 12:30 PM Lunch
    14. 01:15 PM Biliary drainage: primary closure vs transcystic or T-Tube drainage. Inserting and securing drains
    15. 01:35 PM Postoperative care: biliary and other drains, cholangiography, follow-up
    16. 01:45 PM PRACTICAL SESSION 3

      Choledochotomy, stone extraction, biliary

      drainage and suturing.

    17. 04:15 PM Coffee-break
    18. 04:30 PM Case presentations and interactive discussion
    19. 05:00 PM End of the session
    20. 05:05 PM FACULTY & PARTICIPANTS SHUTTLE BUS : IRCAD Taiwan - Restaurant
    21. 05:30 PM CONGRESS BANQUET
    22. 08:30 PM Restaurant - Hotel
    1. 2nd MONDAY APRIL 27
    1. Day 2
    2. 09:00 AM Towards a truly minimally invasive cholecystectomy. Minimising complications: optimal access, adhesiolysis, advanced dissection and closure
    3. 09:10 AM Biliary surgery in: the obese, abdominal scars, previous biliary surgery
    4. 09:20 AM Optimal management of biliary emergecnies, setup, referral protocols and scheduling
    5. 09:30 AM Conservative management: when do we need MRCP and ERCP?
    6. 09:40 AM Cholangiography, transcystic exploration and biliary drainage
    7. 12:30 PM Lunch
    8. 01:15 PM Hands-on practice
    9. 03:45 PM Coffee-Break
    10. 04:00 PM The Difficult Choelcystectomy: how difficult is difficult
    11. 04:10 PM The Critical View of Safety, how safe?
    12. 04:20 PM Complex cases: Mirizzi Syndrome, cholecystoenteric fistula.
    13. 04:30 PM Salvage strategies: intravesical approach, fundus-first dissection, subtotal cholecystectomy, conversion
    14. 04:40 PM Case presentations and interactive discussion
    15. 05:00 PM Participants’ own short case scenarios and discussion
    16. 05:30 PM End of the session
    1. 3rd TUESDAY APRIL 28
    1. Day 3
    2. 08:30 AM Welcome to participants
    3. 08:35 AM Anatomy and abnormalities of hepatic hilum and biliary tract
    4. 08:55 AM Tokyo guideline 2018: surgical management of acute cholecystitis
    5. 09:20 AM Fluorescence guidance laparoscopic cholecystectomy
    6. 09:45 AM LIVE & PRERECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATIONS

      Laparoscopic cholecystectomy + Laparoscopic common bile duct exploration

    7. 10:55 AM Coffee-Break
    8. 11:10 AM Laparoscopic surgery for gallbladder cancer
    9. 11:35 AM Laparoscopic surgery for intra-hepatic duct IHD stones

      Discussion

    10. 12:00 PM Lunch
    11. 01:00 PM Pre-Lab - Animal liver anatomy: description & instrumentation
    12. 01:25 PM EXPERIMENTAL LABORATORY - Practice on Live Tissue

      LAPAROSCOPIC

      ICG cholecystectomy

      T-tube placement

      Hepaticojejunostomy

      Laparoscopic Partial hepatectomy

      ROBOTIC

      Partial liver resection

      GI anastomosis

      Hepaticojejunostomy

    13. 06:00 PM End of session
    1. 4th WEDNESDAY APRIL 29
    1. Day 4
    2. 08:00 AM Basic principles in laparoscopic hepatobiliary surgery
    3. 08:25 AM Surgical devices for laparoscopic liver resection
    4. 08:45 AM LIVE & PRERECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATIONS

      Case to be determined

    5. 11:25 AM Coffee-Break
    6. 11:40 AM Glissonean pedicle approach in laparoscopic liver resection
    7. 12:05 PM ICG fluorescence laparoscopic liver resection
    8. 12:30 PM Laparoscopic liver resection: from segment I-VIII

      Discussion

    9. 01:10 PM Lunch
    10. 02:10 PM Pre-lab
    11. 02:25 PM EXPERIMENTAL LABORATORY - Practice on Cadaver

      LAPAROSCOPIC

      Lateral sectionectomy

      Hepatic hilum dissection

      Left hemi-hepatectomy

      Right posterior sectionectomy

      Right hemi-hepatectomy

      Segment VII or VIII anatomical mono-segmentectomy

      ROBOTIC

      Partial liver resection

      G2 anastomosis

      Hepaticojejunostomy

    12. 06:00 PM End of session
    13. 06:15 PM AITS → Dinner banquet
    14. 09:00 PM Dinner banquet → Hotel
    1. 5th THURSDAY APRIL 30
    1. Day 5
    2. 08:00 AM Imaging, Robotics, and Artificial Intelligence: The 3 Weapons to Achieve a Smart Surgery
    3. 08:20 AM PRERECORDED OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATIONS (15 Mins Each)

      Laparoscopic right hemi-hepatectomy

      Laparoscopic central hepatectomy

      Laparoscopic right posterior sectionectomy

      Laparoscopic anatomical resection of segment VII and VIII

      Robotic liver resection

    4. 09:35 AM Coffee-Break
    5. 09:50 AM The transition of minimally invasive liver resection: from laparoscopic to robotic
    6. 10:15 AM Laparoscopic liver resection: caudate lobe first approach
    7. 10:40 AM ERAS in HBP surgery
    8. 11:05 AM Liver venous deprivation: an alternative to ALPPS
    9. 11:30 AM 3D liver reconstruction for liver resection

      Discussion

    10. 12:10 PM Lunch
    11. 01:10 PM The tips of pancreatectomy based on better understanding of surgical anatomy
    12. 01:35 PM How to avoid POPF during distal pancreatectomy
    13. 02:00 PM Tips and tricks in minimally invasive pancreatodeodenectomy
    14. 02:25 PM Pancreatic NET
    15. 02:50 PM Laparoscopic pancreatic enucleation and distal pancreatectomy
    16. 03:15 PM Minimally invasive management of acute pancreatitis
    17. 03:40 PM Use of technology in liver ablation: Does it change the outcomes?
    18. 04:05 PM Is robotics approach the future in hepatobiliary pancreatic surgery?

      Discussion and symposium conclusion

    19. 04:45 PM End of the symposium

      Delivery of the certificates of attendance

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