Topics to be Discussed

  1. Introduction to FIAGES course
  2. Overview on endo vision and equipments for laparoscopic surgery
  3. Guidelines for sterilization and disinfection of laparoscopic equipment
  4. Principles of energy sources and their complications during laparoscopic surgery
  5. Ergonomics for laparoscopic surgery
  6. Principles of safe peritoneal access and related complications
  7. Overview on knots & sutures/ demonstration/45 min
  8. Standard lap cholecystectomy
  9. Difficult lap cholecystectomy
  10. Management of post lap chole bile duct injury
  11. Lap CBD stone management
  12. Complications of Lap cholecystectomy -panel discussion
  13. Lap appendectomy
  14. Lap in acute abdomen – includes gynae. (except GB & appendix)
  15. Anatomy of groin and abdominal wall for laparoscopic surgeon
  16. TAPP: step by step
  17. TEP: step by step
  18. Ventral hernia – IPOM and IPOM plus
  19. ABC of AWR
  20. Lap hiatal surgery ( Lap fundoplication and Lap heller’s)
  21. Lap splenectomy: step by step
  22. Pseudocyst of pancreas / liver – cysts / liver abscesses
  23. Case capsules on laparoscopic management of colorectal diseases
  24. MIS in proctology
  25. Introduction to bariatric surgery
  26. Overview on robotic surgery: present status and future prospects
  27. Endoscopy for surgeons

Minimal Parameters in Log Book

Exam category  – minimum 25 cases

Non exam category – minimum 100 cases

  1. Age
  2. Sex
  3. Surgery
  4. Role – Assisted/under supervision/Independent.
  5. Post-op course – Uneventful / Eventful.
  6. Complication – Infection, Bleeding, Leak, Stricture, Obstruction, Others.
  7. Remarks – Type the outcome of the event, if the patient has been conservatively managed, Recovered, Diseased, Transferred, etc.