The Thoracic Surgery: Part II course will run from 5 – 7 September 2019 in Mannheim, Germany
THURSDAY 5 September
|08:00||Registration and welcome|
|08:30||Chest wall deformities||T Lacin, Istanbul|
|10:15||Chest wall oncology including sarcomas T3 non small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC)||P Hohenberger, Mannheim|
|13:00||Principles of chest wall reconstruction||M Kalkat, Birmingham|
|13:45||Wetlab: Chest wall reconstruction techniques||M Kalkat, Birmingham; E Roessner, Mannheim|
|15:30||How to read and analyze a scientific paper||J Neudecker, Berlin|
FRIDAY 6 SEPTEMBER
|08:00||Pulmonary nodule management||P Apfaltrer, Vienna|
|08:45||Pulmonary metastasectomy from extrathoracic cancers||D Stamenovic, Karlsruhe|
|10:15||Mesothelioma||H Winter, Heidelberg|
|13:00||Techniques for metastasectomy||E Roessner, Mannheim|
|13:45||Wetlab: Energy and lasers in surgery||E Roessner, Mannheim|
|15.30||Surgery for oligometastatic disease||M Dusmet, London|
SATURDAY 7 SEPTEMBER
|08:30||Tumors of the medisatinum||M Dusmet, London|
|10:15||Thymoma – myasthenia gravis, surgical indications||E Roessner, Mannheim|
|13:00||Hands-on session: Da Vinci ® XI System||E Roessner, Mannheim; M Steinert, Jena|
|13:45||Infections of the mediastinum||P Licht, Odense|
5 – 7 September 2019 (3 day course)
Mannheim, Germany (close to Frankfurt International Airport)
See HERE for further details
E Roessner, Mannheim
J Neudecker, Berlin
Members: €350 inclusive of VAT
Non-Members: €450 inclusive of VAT
Fee includes lunch and refreshments on both days and dinner on Friday 6 September.
To gain more insight and up-to-date knowledge on different aspects of thoracic surgery related to the chest wall, mesothelioma, techniques for metastasectomy and tumors of the mediastinum.
Didactic presentations with interactive discussions, case scenario sessions and two wetlabs on chest wall reconstruction and energy and lasers in surgery. Additionally this year there will be a hands on tutorial for the Da Vinci ® XI System on mediastinal surgery.
The European faculty will be available to discuss topics informally throughout the duration of the course.
Thoracic surgeons working as a surgeon in training in a thoracic and/or cardiac department (intermediate level).
Please see here for the EACTS Academy terms and conditions