Pisa, Siena & Florence, 07 - 11 May 2019
PG Course B5 - Romeo's Gladiator Rule Technique Performing safe knots on Cadaver Lab with mono and bimanual techniques: What's the easier, safer and faster?
8 May, Venue: Palazzo dei Congressi -Florence
B5. Romeo's Gladiator Rule Technique Performing safe knots on Cadaver Lab with mono and bimanual techniques: What's the easier, safer and faster?
Chair: A. Romeo,
Faculty: F. Campolo, U. Catena, L. F. Fernandes, R. Luna, K. Lustosa, L. Puyacan, D. Ramos, A. Romeo, M. Vieira ,G. Lanzo
The Romeo’s Gladiator Rule put suturing at the hands of all laparoscopists. The knowledge acquired by Romeo’s Gladiator School explain which knots are safe and unsafe or dangerous and how to perform them.
09.30 am - 09.45 am Welcome, Introduction and Course Overview Chair: A. Romeo
09.45 am - 10.45 am What's the best surgeon knot? Safe, Unsafe and Dangerous knots in laparoscopy: How to teach? The New Knots classification in Laparoscopy A. Romeo
10.45 am - 11.15 am Romeo’s Gladiator Rule: The universal knot tying technique Mono or Bimanual?What the best and the faster? L.F.Fernandes
11.15 am - 11.45 am The Theory of the Perfect Stitch M. Viera
11.45 am - 12.15 pm Loading of the Needle R. Luna
12.30 pm - 12.45 pm Questions & Answers
01.00 - 02.00 Lunch Break
02.00 pm - 05.00 pm Mono and Bimanual Suturing Technique Application on Cadaver All Faculty Gladiator Team
02.00 pm – 03.00 pm Knot-tying warm Up on Cadaver: the suturing angles
- Romeo’s Gladiator Knot Tying Technique with Right Dominant Knot Tying hand from Lateralports
- Knot Tying Technique with Right Hand Dominant in Supra Pubic Port and the assistant in Left Hand Port
- Knot tying with Left Dominant Hand and Right Assistant hand in Supra Pubic Trocar
- Knot Tying with both dominant hands: Bimanual technique
03.00 pm - 05.00 pm All possible Suturing applications on Cadaver Anatomical Tissues-participants requests (vaginal cuff-vessels ligatures-promontosacrofixation - bowel muscularis suturing-ureter anastomosis etc)