28th Emergency Abdominal Surgery Course | NITTE


Course Goals

Course Goals
Understanding the natural history of key emergency surgery presentations, with emphasis on decision making and operative/intervention, tips and traps to optimise outcomes. This coupled with a manual containing lectures and the latest literature abstracts will ensure your patients are getting optimal outcomes.

Who should attend ?
If you treat or manage a patient with an acute abdomen this course is a must for you!

Topics being Covered
Day 1: (Basic Course)
Appendicitis, Diverticulitis: Keys to Management, Large Bowel Obstruction, Acute Pancreatitis, Cholecystitis, Perforated Duodenal Ulcer, Management of Upper GI Bleed, Management of Lower GI Bleed, Acute Mesenteric Ischemia, Small Bowel Obstruction, when to open/close abdomen, Emergency Surgery Outcome Advancement.

Day 2 (Advanced Course)
Appendicular Mass: Surgical Approaches, Problems with Diverticulitis Care, Large Bowel Obstruction with Primary Anastomosis, Resuscitating the moribund patient, When and /how to abort a Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy, How to deal with CBD Stone, Managing Pancreatic Collections, Strangulated Necrotic Umbilical Hernia, Mesenteric Embolectomy: How to do it, Surgeons guide to Abdominal Wall closure, Parastomal Hernia Prevention and Management, Surgical Approaches to Perforated Inflammatory Bowel, Advanced techniques in Abdominal Closure.