Event Date: Tue - 9 Sep, 2014
Event Time: 9:30 am
Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital, Gurgaon
Institute: WLHToday is the first day of the training in the wet lab where the doctors will perform Laparoscopic Surgery of their choice in the live tissue. The correct demonstration and learning of the Closed access technique is of paramount importance in doing a safe surgery. In Laparoscopic Surgery the safe access to the peritoneal cavity would mean well begin is half done. Two types of access the Closed Access with the Verees Needle and the Open Access with the Hasson's Canula are widely used. More than 80 percent of the surgeons use the closed Access with the Verees needle. Introduction of the Verees Needle and the first Trocar are blind procedures and the maximum number of injuries also occur at the time of their introduction. Knowledge of safe introduction of the Verees Needle greatly reduces the chances of the injuries. Laparoscopic Surgery is not a surgery in reality rather it is a surgery on image. And the minimal access surgeon only has two dimensional vision of the image. He can see normally only length and breadth. Third dimension i.e. depth is not available, rather some depth cues has to be learnt by him to do the proper surgery. In Laparoscopic Surgery hand eye coordination is of utmost importance. Moreover no assistant hand come for any help. With one hand the surgeon operates and his other hand works as assistant. He has to develop ambidexterity and both his hands should work as surgeon and assistant hand.