Thoracic Surgery: Part 2

The Thoracic Surgery: Part 2 course will run online from 9-10 June 2022. Kindly note all times shown are Central European Summer Time (CEST). THURSDAY 9 JUNE Session 1: Update on thoracic oncology and nodal evaluation 08:55 Welcome and introduction M Ibrahim, Rome 09:00 Screening in lung cancer G Milanese, Parma 09:15 Lung cancer: New … Continue reading "Thoracic Surgery: Part 2"

The Thoracic Surgery: Part 2 course will run online from 9-10 June 2022.
Kindly note all times shown are Central European Summer Time (CEST).

THURSDAY 9 JUNE
Session 1: Update on thoracic oncology and nodal evaluation
08:55 Welcome and introduction M Ibrahim, Rome
09:00 Screening in lung cancer G Milanese, Parma
09:15 Lung cancer: New perspectives and multimodality therapy in early stage lung cancer L Okiror, London
09:30 Management of neuroendocrine tumours of the lung – a paradigm shift: Diagnosis and staging, surgery, oncology and follow-up V Rogers, Birmingham
S Tahir, Birmingham
10:00 Endocrinological approach of lung neuroendocrine tumours A Faggiano, Rome
10:15 Break
10:45 Does surgery have any role in small cell lung cancer? P Van Schil, Edegem
11:00 Radiological staging for lung cancer L Calandriello, Rome
11:15 Preoperative non invasive strategies for lymph node staging – ideal tool for specific nodes R Trisolini, Rome
11:30 Invasive nodal evaluation, indications and procedures: Cervical mediastinoscopy, VAMLA, TEMLA And VATS K Athanassiadi, Athens
11:45 Lymph node sampling or systematic dissection lobe specific during surgery for lung cancer: Best practice recommendation P Solli, Bologna
12:00 Lunch
Session 2: MDT
13:00 Multi-disciplinary team (MDT) session Moderator: G Cardillo, Rome
15:30 Close
FRIDAY 10 JUNE
Session 3: Uniportal surgery
08:55 Welcome and introduction M Ibrahim, Rome
09:00 Surgical anatomy of pulmonary segments F Di Chiara, Oxford
09:10 UVATS lobectomy: Indications and techniques A Sihoe, Hong Kong
09:25 UVATS segmentectomy: Indications and techniques E Meacci, Rome
09:50 Complications and conversion rate: How to avoid it – tips and tricks I Karampinis, Mainz
10:15 Break
Session 4: Management on thoracic trauma
10:45 Management of airway and lung trauma: From emergency to election M Kalkat, Birmingham
11:05 Management of chest wall injuries: Ongoing trials and best evidence in chest wall trauma F Di Chiara, Oxford
11:25 Surgical management of the chest wall after trauma K Bostanci, Istanbul
11:40 Management of diaphragm injuries: Best evidence H Elkhayat, Assiut
12:00 Lunch
Session 5: MDT
13:00 Multi-disciplinary team (MDT) session Moderator: H Elkhayat, Assiut
15:30 Close

Programme and faculty subject to change.

COURSE INFORMATION

Date/Duration
9-10 June 2022 (2 day course)

Course Director
M Ibrahim, Rome

Course Format
Virtual meeting
Interactive lectures
MDT sessions
Case scenarios

Course Fee
Members: €60 inclusive of VAT
Non-Members: €100 inclusive of VAT

Course Overview
The second of our “Thoracic Surgery” – series, will run online from 9-10 June 2022.

The EACTS 2022 courses are in alignment with the current EBCTS syllabus

Target Audience
Skills Level 1 – Residents in training with the course content closely allied to the EBCTS syllabus.

Please click here for the EACTS Academy terms and conditions.

Faculty

  • Mohsen Ibrahim
  • Kalliopi Athanassiadi
  • Korkut Bostanci
  • Lucio Calandriello
  • Giuseppe Cardillo
  • Francesco Di Chiara
  • Hussein Elkhayat
  • Antongiulio Faggiano
  • Ioannis Karampinis
  • Franca Melfi
  • Lawrence Okiror
  • Paul Van Schil
  • Tahir Shah
  • Alan Sihoe
  • Maninder Singh Kalkat
  • Piergiorgio Solli
  • Rocco Trisolini