Event Date: Wed - 8 Feb, 2023
Event Time: 9:15 am
Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital
The Laparoscopic Intracorporeal Tumble Square Knot is a technique used for suturing in minimally invasive surgery. It involves using a special knot-tying instrument to create a square knot within the abdomen or other areas of the body without the need for external tying. This knot is known for its strength and reliability.
The Dundee Jamming Knot is another technique used for suturing in laparoscopic surgery. It involves using a special instrument to create a knot that jams in place, allowing for secure suturing without the need for external tying.
Continuous suturing is a technique used to close incisions or wounds using a single, uninterrupted suture. This can be done manually or with the help of special instruments.
Aberdeen Termination is a technique used to secure sutures at the end of a closure. It involves tying a knot around the suture and then cutting the ends close to the knot.
Prof Dr. R. K. Mishra is a renowned laparoscopic surgeon and educator who has extensive experience in teaching laparoscopic techniques to surgeons and gynecologists. His demonstrations and lectures are highly respected in the medical community.