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What are the Hands On Component in Arthroscopic Training?
Discussion in 'Arthroscopic Training' started by Dr Victor Ahmed - Sep 17th, 2015 12:39 am.
Dr Victor Ahmed
Dr Victor Ahmed
Dear Administration,

I have a query that What are the Hands On Component in Arthroscopic Training and who is the main faculty in this arthroscopic training of World Laparoscopy Hospital?
re: What are the Hands On Component in Arthroscopic Training? by Dr R K Mishra - Sep 17th, 2015 8:13 am
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Dr R K Mishra
Dr R K Mishra
The Main Faculty of this Course is Dr Biswarup Sen, who is one of the famous arthroscopic surgeon of Delhi. Content of the arthroscopic training conducted at World Laparoscopy Hospital is Managing meniscal pathology, Managing chondral pathology, Diagnostic knee arthroscopy, Removal of loose bodies, Synovial biopsy, Partial menisectomy, Meniscal repair, Chondroplasty, General discussions about relevant knee pathologies. Diagnostic arthroscopy from the shoulder, Subacromial decompression

By the end of the course participants will: understand the surface anatomy of the knee and shoulder and familiarise themselves with the equipment - arthroscopy instruments, meniscal instruments, chondro-plasty instruments; have developed an understanding in the appropriate provision of postoperative care and they will developed a knowledge of how to handle common complications.
re: What are the Hands On Component in Arthroscopic Training? by Dr Anuj - Sep 18th, 2015 3:42 am
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Dr Anuj
Dr Anuj
Do you have One year super-specialty training in Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine.
re: What are the Hands On Component in Arthroscopic Training? by Dr J S Chowhan - Sep 18th, 2015 4:22 am
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Dr J S Chowhan
Dr J S Chowhan
This training is aimed at independently practicing arthroscopy surgeons that focuses on the finer nuances of primary arthroscopy. The course is specially structured for surgeons who already have hands-on arthroscopy experience so that some of the key doubts and questions that surgeons encounter during initial surgeries are clarified, thus preparing a solid foundation for future surgeries.
re: What are the Hands On Component in Arthroscopic Training? by Dr R K Mishra - Sep 18th, 2015 4:26 am
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Dr R K Mishra
Dr R K Mishra
Didactic and hands-on sawbone session on knee arthroplasty coupled with interactive, beamed surgeries, moderated by expert faculty. Cadaver hands-on sessions on hip and knee arthroplasty with individual attention. Proctorship wherein an expert trainer visits your OR and provides an exclusive one-to-one guidance.
re: What are the Hands On Component in Arthroscopic Training? by Dr Pranav Saxena - Apr 30th, 2016 7:24 am
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Dr Pranav Saxena
Dr Pranav Saxena
One year is long time to learn Arthroscopy. I think a training of a week or two is sufficient followed by your own practice. Anyway I have doubt that any consultant will allow you to perform surgery on his patient. You have to ultimately learn your own.

You can initially start will diagnostic arthroscopy of knee followed slowly by operative arthroscopy of knee and then someone should go to other joints. At least I have started the same way.
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