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New surgical contents to inaugurate the New Year!Dear Member,
Welcome to our March newsletter. This month sees the publication of new videos as well as an operative technique presentation on www.websurg.com.
IRCAD-EITS-WebSurg will be present as an exhibitor to several surgical meetings in early 2005. We will be happy to welcome you to our booth spot at the forthcoming events:
Videos of live surgery
A totally new dimension to sequencing chronological stages in surgical procedures!
Last December, we introduced a new element in video editing: we hope that you enjoy watching the different chronological sequences constitutive of the video. Our search engine is able to provide targeted video information (plug-ins available, video sequencing if any) in the search results.
8 new videos
- Laparoscopic repair of strangulated incisional hernia
- Laparoscopic repair of umbilical hernia
- Laparoscopic gastric banding
- Laparoscopic cholecystectomy with endoscopic exploration of CBD for suspicion of lithiasis
- Laparoscopic sigmoidectomy for diverticulitis with associated hysterectomy
- Total Endoscopic Microsurgery (TEM) for a dysplastic polyp of the rectum
- Laparoscopic radical prostatectomy: transperitoneal approach
- Treatment of recurrent uterine prolapse and GSI (genuine stress incontinence) by subtotal hysterectomy and Burch's colpopexy using Ligasure AtlasTM
Experience a new format for Experts' Opinions in Laparoscopic Surgery!
Operative technique chapters
Discover one new chapter this month:
Access and trocar complications
Next future 2005 EITS CoursesKeep abreast of the next EITS courses:
- Advanced Course in Colorectal Surgery
March 18-19, 2005
- Advanced Course in Digestive Surgery
March 31 - April 02, 2005
- Advanced Course in Urology "Genito-urinary prolapse"
April 08-09, 2005
- Advanced Course in Endocrine Surgery
May 12-14, 2005
Prof. Jacques MARESCAUX
Institute Editor-in-Chief - WebSurg