Lower GI Endoscopy "Hands-On" Course

 

  • Start date: 16th to 19th of Every month
  • Duration: 4 days Fellowship in Upper and Lower GI Endoscopy
  • Level: Beginner and Intermediate
  • Location: Campus, World Laparoscopy Hospital, Full Time

Course description:

The intensive Hand on course is for 4 days consisting of Basic Upper and Lower GI Endoscopy Course on 16th to 19th of every month. Candidate can opt for four days course of only upper or lower GI endoscopy if they want.

Meet Our Director:

Dr. Arvind Kumar Khurana

Dr. Arvind Kumar Khurana , MBBS, MD (Medicine), DNB (Medicine), DM (Gastroenterology), FRCP. Dr. Arvind Kumar Khurana is a Senior Consultant Gastroenterologist and head department gastroenterology.

 

 

Programme Description:

The main objectives of this programme are to update the basic scientific background and to promote the skills of the accepted candidates. World Laparoscopy Hospital offer omprehensive introduction to diagnostic upper and lower gastrointestinal endoscopy and is suitable for medical and surgical trainees about to undertake endoscopic training. Learning material will be available prior to and after the course covering consent, preparation, sedation, technique etc. Practical 'hands-on' experience will be provided on physical and virtual reality simulators. These are achieved by successive sessions of lectures and hands-on lab training under expert supervision. There will be an option to learn under the supervision of our consultant on the second day of the course or further rehearsal of practical skills on simulators. Invitation to Endoscope live patients will depend on prior level of experience and performance during the 2nd, 3rd and fourth day of the course.

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Who should attend?

  • Surgical and Gastroenterological Residents
  • Young physicians entering into the field of GI Endoscopy
  • Surgeons practicing GI surgery who wants to start basic diagnostic and interventional Lower GI Endoscopy in their day to day practice
  • Surgeons and physicians who want to pursue GI Endoscopy as their future career
  • Surgeons and physicians who are already performing Upper GI Endoscopy but want to expand their skills to do Lower GI Endoscopic procedures

The Objective of Course is:

  • To understand the basic knowledge of Upper and Lower GI endoscopy
  • To be able to explain to patients and their families regarding the Upper and Lower endoscopy process and acquire informed consent properly
  • To be able to handle endoscope properly, including reprocessing and maintenance of the endoscope
  • To have the basic skills for diagnostic Gastroscopy, Duodenoscopy, Colonoscopy
  • To know the indications, contraindication, complications and how to handle the complications
  • To have enough skill for further training in advance Upper and Lower GI endoscopy
  • Lecture Topic
  • Orientation to endoscopic instrument and accessories
  • Endoscopic cleaning and disinfection
  • Basic Upper and Lower GI endoscopic technique
  • Preparation and premedication methods of patients
  • Indications, contraindications and complications of Lower GI endoscopy
  • Tissue Biopsy and handling
  • Interpretation of Upper and Lower GI endoscopic findings
  • Technique for endoscopic hemostasis
  • Overcoming Upper and Lower GI endoscopic difficulties
  • To have the basic skills for diagnostic Colonoscopy

Topics Covered:

  • Orientation to endoscopic instrument and accessories
  • Endoscopic cleaning and disinfection
  • Basic upper GI endoscopic technique
  • Preparation and premedication methods of patients
  • Indications, contraindications and complications of upper GI endoscopy
  • Tissue Biopsy and handling
  • Interpretation of upper GI endoscopic findings
  • Technique for endoscopic hemostasis
  • Overcoming upper GI endoscopic difficulties
  • Basic Lower GI endoscopic technique
  • Preparation and premedication methods of patients
  • Indications, contraindications and complications of Lower GI endoscopy
  • Tissue Biopsy and handling
  • Interpretation of Lower GI endoscopic findings
  • Technique for endoscopic hemostasis
  • Overcoming Lower GI endoscopic difficulties

The trainees will have an opportunity to practice the following procedure only in Lab and or Demonstration

  • Esophagoscopy
  • Gastroscopy
  • Duodenoscopy
  • Endoscopic variceal ligation
  • Colonoscopy
  • Sigmoidoscopy
  • Other procedures such as coaptation therapy, hemo-clipping, endoscopic dilation, polypectomy,
  • Foreign body removal and PEG depend upon individual skill.

Admission and Course Fee:

The course fees for overseas trainees is 1700 USD and for Indians trainees Rs 67,000. There is initial registration charge of 100 USD or Rs 5,000. This initial registration charge will be deducted from the total fee. The remaining fee will be payable at the time of joining the course. Email:contact@laparoscopyhospital.com

Method of Payment:

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Certification:

Certificate of Training will be awarded by WALS. CME certificate is awarded by World Laparoscopy Hospital.

Course Study Material:

Course study material as teaching resources (textbooks, atlases, videotapes, electronic media) into the training program provided free with the course.

Course Highlights:

  • Lectures by expert faculty
  • Supervised hands-on training on state of the art Lower GI Flexible Endoscopy simulators
  • Supervised extensive hands-on training in the animal tissue laboratory
  • Exposure to the various accessories used for lower GI endoscopic procedures Clinical experience of a Lower GI Flexible Endoscopy

Accommodation:

For pleasant memorable stay of trainee doctors we have hostel accommodation available at very nominal cost. Hospital has its own transport facility to bring surgeons to hospital.