The Course includes live surgery with open laparoscopic and robotically techniques of renal tumours as well as benign renal surgery. There will be interposed lectures and discussions. Peri operative prophylaxis with an- tibiotics and anticoagulants will be lectured as well as postoperative recovery and pain relief. There will also be case discussions of clinical work ups and complications. Discussions regarding surgical skills and how to manage to pass surgical knowledge on to younger colleagues and how to achieve renal surgery competence. During the course we will discuss:
Clinical work up for renal tumours
Pre and postoperative antibiotic treatment
Analgesics in the peri operative period
Different kinds of thrombosis prophylaxis
How to handle complications
Case based discussions
Surgical training programs for younger colleagues
Patient to method matching
Tips and tricks
The course in advanced renal surgery focuses on surgical techniques, patient work up and how to handle the perioperative period in regard to pain, antibiotics and thrombosis prophylaxis. Complications per and postoperatively are shown and discussed. There will also be discussions how to maintain and develop renal surgical competence in the future.
The course is based upon national guidelines, EAU guide lines, including references, Campbell’s Urology as well as contemporary scientific literature. Recommended literature to be read before participation will be suggested before the course.
Live surgery from two parallel ORs, showing open, laparoscopic and robotic renal surgery with trans- and retroperitoneal approach. Lectures will be given in-between the live surgery.
Which patients should not undergo surgery?
Is it necessary with preoperative prophylaxis?
Whom will benefit from thrombosis prophylaxis, mechanical and medical? • Why do we choose different surgical approaches?
Open surgery: Tips and tricks
Laparoscopic surgery: Tips and tricks
Robotic assisted surgery: tips and tricks
Morbidity and mortality: case reports and video clips
All participants will be kindly asked to prepare themselves as to know the routines in your own hospital. Par- ticipants are welcome to share complications during the sessions. Upon registration, please inform us wheth- er you are registered as a PhD student. You will then be asked to prepare a case to present.
Diplomas will be handed out to participants at the end of the course.
For PhD students the course can, if there is a request, be a part of the PhD programme and supplementary information can be given.
Who can apply for the course?
Urologists with special interest in renal surgery. PhD students in the field of real cancer or renal surgery. Residents in urology with special interest in renal surgery.
The course is given in English.
PhD students who would like to include this course in their education, please specify in your application. You will then be asked to prepare a case to present during the course. A group discussion beforehand can be arranged for preparation of the presentation as a part of the PhD programme.
Herlev Hospital, Copenhagen
Urologists in Herlev in cooperation with Nordic Renal Cancer Group, NoRenCa.
Norenca and DaRenCa. Invited specialists from Scandinavian countries and EAU will be announced.
November 25-26/11 2019. The course starts 9.00 November 25th and ends 16.00 November 26th.