Modern management of gallbladder disease £25
Time & Location
About The Event
Modern management of gallstone disease
MATTU, Guildford, Surrey, UK
Professor Tim Rockall
Professor Nariman Karanjia
Miss Angela Riga
Mr Tim Worthington
Mr Tim Pencavel
Mr Adam Frampton
Mr Raj Kumar
Mr Raj Lahiri
A one day course aimed at early and intermediate surgical trainees featuring live surgery of the management of elective and urgent gallstone disease and face to face teaching on anatomy, decision making, pre-operative management, management of complications and the specific issues surrounding urgent cholecystectomy and bile duct stones.
The programme times are approximate and will be adjusted in relation to the live surgery.
09:30 Registration and coffee
10:00 Welcome and Introduction
Multiple cases of elective and acute laparoscopic cholecystectomy performed by experts throughout the day and beamed live in 2D and 3D HD with moderation from an expert panel of surgeons.
Lectures / Face to Face teaching
Biliary anatomy and its common and rare variations
Avoiding complications in cholecystectomy. Uncertain anatomy, bleeding,
wide cystic ducts
When to image the bile duct – Before. During and After cholecystectomy
When and how to explore the bile duct ?
Chole-QuIC / Chole-Quic-ER/ Chole-QuIC3
Acute cholecystectomy. When not to. When to use a cholecystostomy? When
to perform a partial cholecystectomy? When to open ?
Intra-operative imaging – when and how? Cholangiography, Ultrasound,
Conversion. When to convert. When to back off
Managing a bile leak. When to ask for specialist help