Fellowship In Upper And Lower Gi Endoscopy For Veterinary Doctors
Veterinary Endoscopic Fellowship Start date: 23rd to 24th of February, June, and October at World Laparoscopy Hospital, Gurugram, Delhi, India Veterinary Fellowship in Endoscopy Duration: 2 days Hands-On Comprehensive University Recognized Course of Veterinary Endoscopy Specialty: For Veterinary Doctors and PG students who inspire to become expert endoscopists Course Director and Chief Trainer: Dr. R.K. Mishra. Master of Minimal Access Surgery Course Fee: Rs 30,000 only for Indian Doctors and 700 USD for Overseas Doctors and Rs 20,000 only for PG or Ph.D. students (Including Study Material, Working Lunch, Lab Expenses, OT Dress, and Local Transport). Candidate should pay the registration fee of 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).
Fellowship in Veterinary Endoscopy (F.Endo) Training course for Veterinary Doctors at World Laparoscopy Hospital India is 2 days condensed Hands-on Course. World Laparoscopy Hospital provides this opportunities and resources for a dedicated veterinarian to realize their dreams of becoming skilled endoscopists. It's been 21 years since World Laparoscopy Hospital is conducting Fellowship in Laparoscopic surgery program and more than 15000 surgeons and gynecologists from more than 138 countries have already been successfully awarded Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery and Endoscopy. Laparoscopic and Endoscopic Courses of World Laparoscopy Hospital are University recognized and also internationally recognized by the World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons.
This is a newly developed intensive 2-day course focusing on essential skills and procedures required for safe upper and lower GI endoscopy can be performed and implemented in different veterinary practice areas. The course has been carefully designed to maximize the hands-on experience for a better understanding of this highly specialized field. For veterinary doctors to perform diagnostic as well as therapeutic endoscopy on animals, they must practice the procedures and must become thoroughly familiar with the subtleties of each maneuver. COURSE STRUCTURE This technique helps in the thorough examination and evaluation of an area of interest and is also required for obtaining tissue for histopathologic evaluation. Endoscopy can be implemented for foreign body removal, PEG tube placement, or GI biopsy. Endoscopy can be a beneficial tool with many therapeutic applications including foreign body retrieval, stone removal, or feeding tube placement. This is a highly sophisticated technique that requires extensive training and skills and can be learned over time.
This training will be helpful for veterinarians in acquiring knowledge and practical exposure to implement in their day-to-day practice to be an important component of veterinary practice. Complete Hands-on Endoscopic Training will be provided under the supervision of Prof. R. K. Mishra. Before the surgeon can learn the subtleties of a new type of endoscopic procedure, the veterinary surgeon is reminded of the basics of the indications and contraindications for a given laparoscopic operation; the applied anatomy of animal with regard to both an open technique and to a laparoscopic approach; the appropriate instrumentation; the ergonomic plan, especially regarding trocar position and the method to allow adequate exposure using traction and counter traction; the possible surgical task analysis; and the possible associated complications, so the pitfalls can be recognized and avoided.
Dr. Dheeraj Sanyal
Oct 2nd, 2022 9:10 am
This training will be helpful for veterinarians in acquiring knowledge and practical exposure to implement in their day-to-day practice to be an important component of veterinary practice. For veterinary doctors to perform diagnostic as well as theurapetic endoscopy on animals, they must practice the procedures and must become thoroughly familiar with the subtleties of each maneuver.
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