Ateliers & Cours

Des ateliers et des cours variés seront organisés dans le cadre du Congrès annuel de chirurgie. La participation sera validée par un certificat (pour les cours/ateliers de travaux pratiques, après un test final).

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Wednesday, 01.06.2022
Workshop clou gamma: 08.30 - 12.00

Participation fee: CHF 100.00
16 participants per Workshop

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Wednesday, 01.06.2022
Workshop clou TFNA: 13.30 - 17.00

Participation fee: CHF 100.00
16 participants per Workshop

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Wednesday, 01.06.2022
Course I: 08.30 - 10.00 / Course II: 10.30 - 12.00

Participation fee: CHF 100.00
12 participants per Course

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In the era of endovascular aortic surgery, numbers of open aortic surgery are declining and there is a shift to more complex anatomies.
In this course, we discuss the reading of a preoperative computed tomography and planning of the operative procedure in complex anatomies in infrarenal, juxtarenal and superarenal aortic and iliac aneurysms and aortoiliac occlusive disease, including the possible operative approaches and potential pitfalls.

Learning objectives:

  • Read thoraco-abdominal computed tomography angiographies in a standardized manner, look for vascular pathologies and detect potential anatomic pitfalls if open aortic surgery is planned.
  • Management strategies of open aortic surgery in terms of operative approach (access to the aorta), clamping site and technique, anastomosis. Surgical tips and tricks in perioperative management.
  • Management strategies of emergency procedures und complications.


Competences, skills participants will achieve:

  • To read and understand a thoraco-abdominal computed tomography angiography, to be able to determine indications for open aortic surgery and to detect anatomical pitfalls to minimize the operative risk.
  • To understand the essential surgical methods, to be able to describe the operational steps, to be aware of common hurdles/obstacles in open aortic surgery.  
  • To get the competence of strategies in emergency situations. 

Wednesday, 01.06.2022
Course I: 13.30 - 15.00 / Course II: 15.30 - 17.00

Participation fee: CHF 100.00
12 participants per Course

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Resusitive Endovascular Balloon Occlusion of the Aorta (REBOA) is life-saving procedure in patients with massive bleeding, e.g. in patients with ruptured infrarenal aneurysms. It involves the insertion of a balloon into the aorta, via a femoral access approach, that is subsequently inflated to provide hemostasis.

A standardized algorithm is key for successful REBOA. In this course REBOA is explained in detail.

Resusitive Endovascular Balloon Occlusion of the Aorta (REBOA) is life-saving procedure in patients with massive bleeding, e.g. in patients with ruptured infrarenal aneurysms. It involves the insertion of a balloon into the aorta, via a femoral access approach, that is subsequently inflated to provide hemostasis.
A standardized algorithm is key for successful REBOA. In this course REBOA is explained in detail. 
Participants can practice REBOA using a REBOA model and a simulator, where REBOA and EVAR (endovascular aortic repair) can be trained in a patient with a ruptured infrarenal aortic aneurysm and hemodynamic instability.

Learning objective

  • To get to know REBOA and to know the essential steps
  • To know the pitfalls in REBOA
  • To be able to perform REBOA


Competences, skills participants will achieve:

  • Competence/skill: To deeply understand and name the essential steps in REBOA.
  • Competence/skill: To know the pitfalls in REBOA, essentially when used in patients ruptures aneurysms and where emergency EVAR is performed.  
  • Competence/skill: To be able to perform REBOA on a simulatur and on a model

Wednesday, 01.06.2022
Course I: 08.30 - 10.00 / Course II: 10.30 - 12.00

Participation fee: CHF 250.00
12 participants per Course

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High-grade carotid stenosis represents a relevant risk of stroke. Open carotid surgery is indicated for primary or occasionally secondary stroke prophylaxis. Endovascular procedures also have their place in the variety of methods. In a few surgical disciplines, evidence-based data can be applied so well because there is an excellent database. Nevertheless, technical procedures and, above all, clinical algorithms remain worthy of discussion and are part of this interdisciplinary workshop.

Learning objective:

  • Clinical definitions, diagnostic methods, interpretation of diagnostics and stage-specific indication in patients with a cerebro-vascular disease.
  • Methods of open and endovascular carotid surgery. Surgical tips and tricks in perioperative management. Clinical algorithms.
  • Management of complications, emergency procedures, conversions and endovascular bail out of open operations.

Competences, skills participants will achieve:

  • To be able to determine the indication for carotid surgery and to make the choice of method. To learn about cerebral circulation and plaque morphology and its meaning for stroke rates as well as identifying/naming imaging features of instable plaque.
  • To understand and name the essential surgical methods, to name their complication rates, to be able to describe the operational steps to be aware of common hurdles/obstacles in practice and to perform an endarterectomy on a model.  
  • Interpretation of intraoperative quality control, what to do in case of neurologic instability (according to the perioperative phase). Knowledge of conversion techniques open/endo. To be aware of a clinical strategy for early postoperative complications.

Wednesday, 01.06.2022
13.30 - 17.00

For this course, registration/application is done directly through the course organizers. If you are interested, please contact Professor Lardinois (didier.lardinois@usb.ch).

 


Wednesday, 01.06.2022
Course I: 13.30 - 15.00 / Course II: 15.30 - 17.00

Participation fee: CHF 100.00
12 participants per Course

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Besides technical skills ideal planning is key in vascular access surgery. Especially patients with compromised arterial and venous vessels benefit from vascular ultrasound. This non-invasive imaging method helps in decision-making pre-, intra- and postoperatively.

Learning objectives:

  • The vascular access surgeon in training can assess a patient with ESRD prior to vascular access surgery.  
  • The vascular access surgeon in training should know and understand the concept of individualized vascular access creation.  
  • The vascular access surgeon in training is familiar with managing complications of patients with vascular access.

Competences, skills participants will achieve:

  • The participant is able to perform a vein mapping using vascular ultrasound and is familiar with the concept to create native AVF step by step
  • The participant knows how to plan and implant an arterio-venous graft

Thursday, 02.06.2022
14:15 - 17:00

Participation fee: CHF 0.00

(all presentations will be simultaneously translated German/French)

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La formation chirurgicale de base devra ces prochaines années être structurée de façon claire et standardisée avec le «Core Surgical Curriculum». Dans le but de permettre d’acquérir des compétences de base obligatoires et des capacités pratiques les cours et ateliers suivants auront lieu lors du congrès annuel de chirurgie 2022, sous le patronage du Swiss College of Surgeons :

Wednesday, 01.06.2022
Course I: 08.30 - 12.00 / Course II: 13.30 - 17.00

Participation fee: CHF 150.00
16 participants per course

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Wednesday, 01.06.2022
Workshop I: 13.30 - 15.00 / Workshop II: 15.30 - 17.00

Participation fee: CHF 250.00
16 participants per Workshop

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As general surgeon in training, you should be able to control the bleeding of larger vessels and be familiar with the technique to suture veins and arteries. During the course, you will optionally learn how to fix patches to reconstruct a vessel defect and to restore in this way blood flow. Beside the practical work we will teach you strategies to deal with hemorrhages. 

Learning objectives according to the White Book of the CSC :

Learning objective CSC White Book number
Hemorrhagic shock and its management especially volemic    2.3.18
Postoperative hemorrhage 2.4.14
Ischemia of a limb or a finger 2.5.7
Knot tying by hand and with instruments 2.10.6.2
Nomenclature of basic surgical instruments 2.10.13
Creation of a sterile field 2.10.16.1

Competences, skills participants will achieve:

  • You should check the perfusion status of limbs  and be familiar with the hemorrhagic shock management
  • You should name the instruments and use them in a correct manor
  • You should be familiar to fix a traumatic arterial/venous lesion by direct suture or patch 

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Wednesday, 01.06.2022
10.30 - 12.00

Participation fee: CHF 20.00

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Clinical research is part of the work of a surgical trainee and conducting a proper literature search is useful for everyone practicing evidence-based surgery. The key elements of clinical research and conduct of a systematic literature search are included in this SCS course.

Learning objectives according to the White Book of the CSC :

Learning objective CSC White Book number
To be familiar with literature research and where to look for information    2.9.1
Knowing the various types of studies and their level of evidence 2.9.1
To systematically and critically appraise a simple article 2.9.2

Competences, skills participants will achieve:

  • Performing a systematic literature search in medical databases independently
  • Knowing the various types of studies and their level of evidence
  • Performing a critical appraisal of a published clinical trial independently

Thursday, 02.06.2022
09.00 - 16.00

Participation fee: CHF 0.00

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  • Presentation of 35 minutes theory and 10 minutes for at least 2 MCQ, discussion and questions. No live transmission, no recordings
  • PDF of the presentation will be available
  • Possibility to do 2 test examinations (bring your own laptop)
  • Coffee break provided (no lunch)
  • Course gets CME points (details follow)

Program:

9.00h Welcome (Dieter Hahnloser, Lausanne)
09.00-09.45h    Anesthesia (pathophysiology, general, regional and local anesthesia (Patrick Schoettker, Lausanne)    
09.45-10.30h Shock, ARDS, Intensive Care Essentials (Jean-Daniel Chiche, Lausanne)  
10.30-11.15h  Wounds, SSI, Burns and Frostbite (Semra Uyulmaz, Zürich)
11.15-12.00h Online test examination (bring your own laptop)   
12.00-13.00h Lunch Break
13.00-13.45h Haemostasis, Bleeding, Vascular Disorders (Michel Adamina, Winterthur)
13.45-14.30h Essentials in general medicine of the surgical patient (Géraldine Paratte, Lausanne)
14.30-15.15h The ABC’s of Trauma (Valentin Neuhaus, Zürich)
15.15-16.00h Essentials in orthopedic surgery (Olivier Borens)

 

Save-the-date:
The second course will take place at 23.09.2022, 09.00h-17.00h, Hotel Schweizerhof, Bern


Wednesday, 01.06.2022
Course I: 10.30 - 12.00 / Course II: 15.30 - 17.00

Participation fee: CHF 100.00
12 participants per Course

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The organic material offers an ideal training environment to further educate their handling of different staplers. Complete surgical steps such as a low anterior resection or esophagojejunostomy are optimally taught through video presentations and practical exercises with instructors. The groups of two also prove themselves in this stapling course so that you can profit from a maximum benefit.

Learning objectives according to the White Book of the CSC :

Learning objective CSC White Book number
Use of staplers and other devices 2.10.2
Nomenclature of basic surgical instruments      2.10.13

 

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Wednesday, 01.06.2022
Course I: 08.30 - 10.00 / Course II: 13.30 - 15.00

Participation fee: CHF 100.00
12 participants per Course

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The organic material offers an ideal training environment to further educate their handling of different staplers. Complete surgical steps such as a low anterior resection or esophagojejunostomy are optimally taught through video presentations and practical exercises with instructors. The groups of two also prove themselves in this stapling course so that you can profit from a maximum benefit.

Learning objectives according to the White Book of the CSC :

Learning objective CSC White Book number
Principles of electrocoagulation        2.10.1

Competences, skills participants will achieve:

  • The participants know the safe handling of HF surgery (e.g. neutral electrodes)
  • The participants know what the colors yellow and blue mean for activation
  • The participants know the difference between the monopolar and bipolar technique

 

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Wednesday, 01.06.2022
Course I: 08.30 - 12.00 / Course II: 13.30 - 17.00

Participation fee: CHF 150.00
8 participants per course

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In most hospitals, cast applications are increasingly being done by specialised nurses. This professionalisation is important for the quality of immobilisation, especially for special indications. You learn, for example, how to properly care for a radius fracture with a synthetic support bandage. This enables you to provide adequate care for your patients. In this course, we offer you the opportunity to learn how to apply synthetic support bandages.

Learning objectives according to the White Book of the CSC :

Learning objective CSC White Book number
Pressure sores (pressure ulcers) 2.3.16
Compartment syndrome (limb, hand) 2.5.10
Fracture, articular dislocation or wound with neuro deficit 2.5.8

Competences, skills participants will achieve:

  • You will get to know the material
  • You are aware of the possible risks, for example pressure points
  • You can apply a forearm cast bandage
  • You will learn about what risks you need to educate patients about
  • You can carry out the removal of synthetic cast dressings independently

 

Friday, 03.06.2022
Course I: 10.15 - 11.45

Participation fee: CHF 50.00

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Wednesday, 01.06.2022
Workshop 1: 13.30 - 15.00 / Workshop 1: 15.30 - 17.00

Participation fee: CHF 100.00
32 participants per Workshop

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Ultrasound is important in evaluation of severly injured patients. In this workshop participants will learn how to perform the E FAST (Focussed assessment with Sonography in Trauma) under supervision of experienced tutors. Also participants without ultrasound knowledge are welcome.

Learning objectives, competences and skills:

  • Perform E FAST exam
  • Correct interpretation of ultrasound results
  • Knowledge of the important artefacts in ultrasound

 


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