Sub-specialty Meetings

OTOLARYNGOLOGY HEAD & NECK SURGERY

 

Early Bird Fee closed 30th September 2017.

 


The most dramatic complication in endonasal surgery is inadvertent injury to the ICA causing massive bleeding, which is often fatal.

This course provides the unique opportunity for ENT and Neurosurgeons to improve their endoscopic skills in surgically managing this challenging complicatio and to become familiar with the haemostatic options available. Ideally the neurosurgeon and ENT surgeon would register as a team, allowing the team to develop the skills together in a cooperative fashion.


Emphasis on this course is hands-on dissection providing the opportunity to learn how to position and manage the roinstruments during such a challenging surgical field, and enabling vascular control.


This will be a very intensive, but hopefully enriching course.

Lectures

1. Vascular complications during EES and outcomes
2. Management of bleeding during EES
3. The endoscopic model of vascular injury


Sheep Model
2-Surgeon technique
- Assistant  (1/2 day)
- Primary surgeon (1/2 day)
Venous lake bleeding
- Managing surgical field and high flow bleeding
- Direct clamp closure
- Anastoclip repair
- Surgiflo
- Aneurysm clip repair
Carotid artery injury
- Managing surgical field and high flow bleeding
- Direct Clamp Closure
- Anastoclip repair
- Aneurysm clip repair
  

Panel Discussion
   Challenging vascular injuries and management

 

Venue:
LARIF, 101 Blacks Road, Gilles Plains, South Australia, Australia



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What
11th Adelaide Endoscopic Management of Vascular Injuries Workshop

When
22 November 2017 to 22 November 2017

Where
Gilles Plaines, South Australia

Contact Name
Annette Kreutner

Contact Email
annette.kreutner@adelaide.edu.au

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