Event Date: Wed - 8 Mar, 2023
Event Time: 9:05 am
Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital
laparoscopic intracorporeal Dundee jamming knot and Aberdeen termination techniques.
The laparoscopic intracorporeal Dundee jamming knot is a method used to tie a knot during laparoscopic surgery. It involves using a needle holder and laparoscopic scissors to create a knot in the suture material. The knot is then tightened using a knot pusher or knot-pushing forceps. The Dundee jamming knot technique is useful for creating a secure and tight knot that is less likely to come undone during surgery.
The Aberdeen termination is a method used to secure a suture during laparoscopic surgery. It involves creating a loop in the suture material and passing the free end of the suture through the loop. The loop is then tightened and secured in place using a knot. The Aberdeen termination is useful for securing sutures in areas where it may be difficult to tie a knot, such as in deep or narrow surgical sites.
During the demonstration, Prof Dr. R. K. Mishra may explain the steps involved in applying these techniques and demonstrate the proper technique for laparoscopic surgeons, gynecologists, and urologists. The demonstration may involve using a laparoscopic simulator or live tissue to practice and refine these techniques.
It is important to note that the application of the Dundee jamming knot and Aberdeen termination techniques may require specialized training and experience. It is important for surgeons, gynecologists, and urologists to receive proper training and mentorship in these techniques before attempting to apply them in clinical practice.