Fellowship of International College of Robotic Surgeons (FICRS)

  • Start date:17th of every month at Department of Robotic Surgery, World Laparoscopy Hospital, Gurugram, Delhi, India
  • Duration: 4 days Fellowship of International College of Robotic Surgeons
  • Speciality: For General Surgeon, Gynecologist, Urologist and Pediatric Surgeon
  • Course Director and Chief Trainer: Dr. R.K. Mishra. Master of Minimal Access Surgery
  • Course Fee: Rs 1,75,000 only for Indian Doctors and 3,500 USD for Overseas Doctors (Including Study Material, Working Lunch, Lab Expenses, OT Dress and Local Transport). Candidate should pay the registration fee 5000 rupees at the time of application of course remaining fee ot the course on the first day at the time of joining the course.
  • Location: World Laparoscopy Hospital, DLF Phase II, Cyber City, Gurgaon, NCR Delhi, India
  • Accommodation: Tariff is Rs 1500/day at WLH premises and Rs 2200/day at Pacific Hotel (Owned by WLH).
  • Admission: CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR THIS COURSE(For any Course Related Query Please Call Mr. Anand Sinha at 00919811416832)

World Laparoscopy Hospital is first private hospital in India to start da Vinci robotic surgery for patients and first in Asia to offer state of the art da Vinci robotic surgery training for surgeons and gynecologist. World Laparoscopy Hospital provide Fellowship of International College of Robotic Surgeons and allow the trainee surgeons to work on real high definition surgical robot. The Robotic Surgery course will focus on the challenges unique to working with a robotic surgical set up and system. This course will consist of a hands-on training on the da Vinci surgical Robot in which participants will receive instruction by experts in various robotic surgery techniques and procedures, including foregut, bariatic, renal, colorectal, hepato-biliary, solid-organ, and revisional surgery.

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FAQs of Robotic Surgery Training

The da Vinci Surgical System allows surgeons to perform complex procedures with small learning curve using a robotic minimally invasive approach routinely and with confidence; surgeon can perform most of the robotic surgery. The da Vinci Robotic Surgery System retains and builds on the core robotic technology of advanced 3D HD visualization with up to 25x magnification and an immersive view of the operative field with endo wrist instrumentation with dexterity and range of motion far greater than even the human hand. Intuitive Motion da Vinci technology, which replicates the experience of open surgery by preserving natural eye-hand-instrument alignment and intuitive robotic instrument control.

Course Fee and Accommodation

The course fee for F.MAS is 1,75,000 Rupees for Indian surgeons and 3,500 USD for overseas surgeon and NRI. There is no extra charge to utilize hospital resources like internet, laparoscopic instruments, O. T. Dress, Library, Videos, CDs. Working lunch, snacks tea and coffee will be provided whole day during course. Doctors dedicated accommodation is available at subsidized tariff in Pacific Hotel (Owned and Managed By WLH). Hospital has its own deluxe bus to bring surgeons to hospital. For Indian doctors, accommodation is available in the hospital campus.


There will be 25% discount in the fee of Robotic Surgery Course, Upper and Lower GI Endoscopy Course or IVF Course if you join it together with laparoscopic Fellowship or Diploma program. Please Note there will not be any discount on laparoscopic surgery course fee only other course which you integrate with laparoscopy will have 25% discount.

Eligibility for Admission

Candidates must hold M.B; B.S or equivalent and at least 3 years post-registration experience in General surgery or Gynecology or degree of M.S or M.D for Indian candidates. 1. Doctors should have valid medical registration. 2. Overseas Doctor should have equivalent qualification. 3. Only Online Application is sufficient for admission to the Fellowship of International College of Robotic Surgeons (FICRS) Training course. Certificate of Fellowship of International College of Robotic Surgeons (FICRS) will be awarded by International College of Robotic Surgeons and World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeon

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Overview of Robotic Surgery Training

All participants of da Vinci robotic surgery training will be trained in the following:

  • How to do proper operative room setup of da Vinci robot
  • How to do patient preparation and positioning in robotic surgery
  • Fundamentals of da Vinci® Surgical System components and instrumentation
  • Training of intra-corporeal suturing and knot tying by da Vinci robot
  • Learn micro dissection by robotis surgical system
  • Learn "tricks of the trade" tips for efficient robotic surgery


Certification of Fellowship in Robotic Surgery (FICRS)

Fellowship of International College of Robotic Surgeons

Certificate of Fellowship of International College of Robotic Surgeons (FICRS) will be awarded by International College of Robotic Surgeons and World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeon


Time Table of Fellowship Program:


  • Registration Program overview/objectives of Robotic Training
  • Introduction of Robotic Surgery its Advantage and Disadvantage, Patient selection, Indication and Contraindication.
  • Ergonomics, Explanation of Patient Cart,Vision Cart and Master Console,Instrument designing and Working Principles of da Vinci® Surgical System
  • Ergonomics, optical 3 D HD designing and Working Principles of Robotic Remote Sensor Technology,and Docking of the Canula with the Robotic Arm of da Vinci® Surgical System.Insertion and change of the instruments.


  • Baseball Diamond Concept of Port Position used in Robotic Surgery and Docking Principle of da Vinci Robot for various surgery
  • Hands On practice of Intracorporeal Robotic Surgeons Knot on da Vinci Robot
  • Hands On practice of Iintracorporeal Robotic Tumble Square Knot, Robotic Dundee Jamming Knot, Robotic Continuous Suturing and Robotic Aberdeen Termination Suturing Practice.


  • Hands on Live Surgery Practice for Surgeons and Gynecologists according to specialty of Surgeon, Gynecologist, Urologist and Cardiothoracic Surgeon


  • Hands on Live Surgery Practice for Surgeons and Gynecologists according to specialty of Surgeon, Gynecologist, Urologist and Cardiothoracic Surgeon - OT Session
  • Fellowship Examination and Discussion of Paper. Software Demonstration of Davinci Robotic Surgery
  • Farewell Lunch and Certification of Fellowship of International College of Robotic Surgeons

Operative Procedures Covered in Robotic Surgery Training at World Laparoscopy Hospital**

For Urologist:

Prostaectomy, Nephrectomy, Partial nephractomy, Pyeloplasty, Cystectomy, Donor nephrectomy, Ureterolithotomy, Pelvic lymphadenectomy, Adrenalectomy, Cystocele repair, Excision of renal cyst, Lymphadenectomy, Testicular resection, Renal cyst decortication, Ureteral transplant, Nephropexy, Ureterectomy, Rectocele repair, Varicocele, Ureteroplasty, Ureteral implantation, Vasovasostomy

For General Surgeon:

Gastric Bypass, Nissen/Toupet Fundoplication, Heller Myotomy, Gastrectomy, Coln Resection, Thyroidectomy, Arteroivenous FistulaS, Pancreatectomy, Adrenalectomy, Hemi-Colectomy, Sigmoidectomy, Splenectomy, Pyloroplasty, Gastroplasty, Appendectomy, Intra-rectal Surgery, Bowel Resection, Lumbar Sympathectomy, Liver Resection, Cholecystectomy, Hernia Repair

For Gynecologist:

Hysterectomy, Myomectomy, Sacrocolpopexy, Pelvic lymphadenectomy, Tubal reanastomosis, Vaginal prolapse repair, Dermoid cyst, Endometrial ablation, Oophorocystectomy, Oophorectomy, Ovarian cystectomy, Ovarian transposition, Salpingectomy, Salpingo-Oophorectomy, Colposuspension (Burch), Tubal ligation, Tuboplasty

For Cardiotharacic Surgeon:

Mitral Valve Repair & Replacement, Single Vessel Beating Heart Bypass, Multi-Vessel Beating Heart Bypass, Single Vessel Arrested Bypass, Multi-Vessel Arrested Heart Bypass, IMA Harvesting, Coronary Anastomosis, Atrial Septum Aneurysm, Atrial Septal Defect Repair, Tricuspid Valve Repair, Thrombectomy, Thymectomy, Esophagectomy, Pericardial Window, Lobectomy, Pneumonectomy, Pacemaker Lead Implantation, Mediastinal Resection, Pulmonary Wedge Resection

Course Director:

Dr R K Mishra is main faculty of this intensive laparoscopic training course. Dr. R. K. Mishra is a professor, scientist, prolific author, who has written six single authored book on Minimal Access Surgery, and more than 28 chapters in different international coauthored books of Minimal Access Surgery. He has written more than hundred articles on various topics on Minimal access surgery in different international journals. He is the chief editor of World journal of Laparoscopic Surgery for last 12 years. He is one of the most experienced professor of laparoscopic and robotic surgery who has alone trained more than 11,000 surgeons, urologist, pediatric surgeon and gynecologists from more than 138 countries. He has vast 21 years experience of internationally teaching laparoscopic and da Vinci robotic surgery. He is Professor of Minimal Access Surgery and his endeavor of starting unique university program was started in Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, U. K. with Professor Sir Alfred Cuschieri. He has completed his surgical residency and Master degree in Minimal Access Surgery (M.MAS) from Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, University of Dundee, United Kingdom.

Robotic Surgery Training in Gynecology

da Vinci training is reacquired in gynecology because it is among the fastest growing fields of robotic surgery. This includes using the da Vinci surgical system in benign gynecology and gynecologic oncology. Robotic surgery can be used to treat fibroids, abnormal periods, endometriosis, ovarian tumors, pelvic prolapse, and female cancers. Using the robotic system, gynecologists can perform hysterectomies, myomectomies, and lymph node biopsies. The requirement for large abdominal incisions is virtually eliminated. Robot assisted hysterectomies and cancer staging are being performed using da Vinci robotic system.Traditional open gynecologic surgery, using a large incision for access to the uterus and surrounding anatomy, has for many years been the standard method of many gynecologic procedures. Yet with open surgery can come significant pain, trauma, an extended process of recovery and threat to surrounding organs and nerves.

For patients facing gynecologic surgery, the time of pain, discomfort and extended time from normal day to day activities that always follows traditional surgery can understandably cause significant anxiety. After good gynecological robotic surgery training some gynecologic procedures enable surgeons to access the target anatomy for complex hysterectomies and other gynecologic procedures, robot-assisted surgery with the da Vinci® Surgical System may be the most effective, least invasive treatment option. Through tiny, 1-2 cm incisions, surgeons using the da Vinci System can operate with greater precision and control, minimizing the pain and risk associated with large incisions while helping the likelihood of a quick recovery and ideal clinical outcomes.

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