Advanced Laryngeal and Pharyngeal Laser & Endoscopic Surgery Course

This is a 2.5 day (lectures take place the evening before) advanced course designed for senior trainees & practising surgeons wanting to develop their skills in laryngeal & phonosurgical skills. Advanced Surgical simulation lab with specially preserved Human cadavers (Thiel embalming method) will offer excellent life like learning environment (2:1 trainee: trainer ratio) to practice, closely supervised, endoscopic microsurgery with rigid & flexible endoscopy with the application of cold steel instruments & CO2 Laser. Demonstration & hands on practice of TransNasalEsophagoscopy (TNE).  

 

Course Includes:      

  • Surgical Anatomy
  • Diagnostic Microlaryngoscopy & biopsy
  • Vocal Cord Augmentation: Trancervical & Transoral Injection Laryngoplasty
  • Lateral Cordotomy
  • Practice of TransNasalEsophagoscopy
  • Balloon dilation of cricopharyngeus and oesophageal strictures
  • Cricopharyngeal Myotomy
  • Dilatation of Subglottic stenosis
  • Pharyngeal Pouch surgery on animal model
  • Selective Myotomy & Denervation Procedure
  • Cordotomy/Cordectomy
  • Live Endolaryngeal Laser Surgery
  • TNE injection, biopsy, dilatation

LEVEL OF COURSE – Senior Trainees & Practicing Surgeons wanting to develop their Laryngeal & Phono-surgical skills.

  1. On Sunday 22nd September lectures will take place from 17:00 - 20:00 in the Glamis Room at the Queens Hotel, 160 Nethergate, Dundee, DD1 4DU.
  2. On Monday 23rd September there will be a Course Dinner in the evening.

 

PLEASE NOTE: DO NOT BOOK ANY TRAVEL OR ACCOMMODATION AT THIS TIME.

OUR BOOKING CONDITIONS STATE - "As a course may be cancelled up to 6 weeks prior to its start date, we recommend that attendees do not book travel arrangements before this time.  Any travel or other costs incurred are entirely the attendee's responsibility.  We do ot accept any liability for reimburement of any costs incurred by attendees booked more than 6 weeks before a course start date."

 

 

Date: 
Sunday, 22 September, 2019 to Tuesday, 24 September, 2019
Location: 
The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh