Event Date: Thu - 4 May, 2023
Event Time: 8:30 am
Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital
Opening shot: A group of medical professionals, including surgeons and gynecologists, are gathered in a training room, wearing lab coats and holding laparoscopic instruments.
Voiceover: In this hands-on training session in minimal access surgery, the participants are privileged to have Prof Dr. R.K. Mishra, an expert in laparoscopic surgery, demonstrate the extracorporeal square knot.
Cut to a shot of Prof Dr. R.K. Mishra standing at the front of the room, addressing the participants.
Prof Dr. R.K. Mishra: Good morning, everyone. Today, I will be demonstrating the extracorporeal square knot, an essential knot used in laparoscopic surgery.
Cut to a shot of a slide presentation on the screen behind Prof. Mishra.
Voiceover: The extracorporeal square knot is a technique used for closing incision sites with minimal trauma to the surrounding tissues.
Cut to a shot of Prof Dr. R.K. Mishra demonstrating the extracorporeal square knot on a simulation model.
Prof Dr. R.K. Mishra: As you can see, this knot requires precision and dexterity. It is essential to understand the technique and master it for effective closure of incisions.
Cut to a shot of the participants observing the demonstration with interest.
Voiceover: The participants in the training program come from diverse medical backgrounds and are eager to learn from Prof Dr. R.K. Mishra's expertise.
Cut to a shot of a participant practicing the extracorporeal square knot on a simulation model, while Prof Dr. R.K. Mishra provides guidance.
Voiceover: This hands-on practice session allows the participants to refine their skills and gain confidence in performing the extracorporeal square knot.
Cut to a shot of Prof Dr. R.K. Mishra answering questions from the participants.
Voiceover: Prof Dr. R.K. Mishra is available to answer any questions and provide guidance to the participants as they practice the extracorporeal square knot.
Closing shot: A group of participants are gathered around a simulation model, discussing their experiences and learning from each other.
Voiceover: The extracorporeal square knot demonstration by Prof Dr. R.K. Mishra has been a valuable learning experience for the participants in this hands-on training session in minimal access surgery. We thank Prof Dr. R.K. Mishra for sharing his expertise, and we look forward to continuing our training and further enhancing our laparoscopic skills.