Advanced Digestive Laparoscopic Surgery “Live Surgery”

Recommended by:
European School of Laparoscopic Surgery
Minimal Access Surgery National Centre
Hospital “CIMEQ”

Venue:
“Hospital CIMEQ”

Course Director:
Guy B. Cadière, MD, PhD (Belgium)

Professors:
Guy B. Cadière, MD, PhD (Bélgica)
Michel Gagner, MD, FRCSC, FACS (United States)

Course Coordinator:
Rafael Torres Peña, MD, PhD (Cuba)

Preliminary Program
Thursday 27

8:00-8:30 Accreditation

Liver and pancreatitic diseases
8:30-13:00

Moderators:


Presentation Lecture:
Cases presentation (10 min),
Dr. J Barreras (Cuba)

Live Procedure:
O.R. 1
O.R. 2
Laparoscopic distal pancreatectomy, M.Gagner

Laparoscopic left lateral hepatic lobectomy, G. B.Cadière
Lecture:
State of the art in Laparoscopic surgery of the pancreas (20 min),
M Gagner

Lecture:
State of art in Laparoscopic liver resections (20 min),
G.B Cadiere

13:00 - 14:30 Lunch Break

Morbid Obesity
14:30 - 17:00
Moderators:

Presentation Lecture:
Morbid obesity: Cases presentation (10 min),

Lecture:
Laparoscopic bariatric procedures (20min),

Lve Procedure:
O.R. 1
O.R. 2
Gastric by-pass ,
G.B Cadiere

Gastric by-pass,
M. Gagner
Discussion with experts & delivery of certificates
17:00 - 17:30


 

Course registration

Category
Registration Fees
National delegate
25.00 MN
International delegate 80.00 CUC


Registration fees includes

  • Scientific Sessions (live surgery, videos and lectures)
  • Coffee Breaks
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • Payment of the course

Payment of registration fees could be made directly on site in CUC cash or accepted credit cards: VISA, MASTER CARD and CABAL (USA credit cards will not be accepted)
Persons wishing to acquire convertible pesos with U.S. dollars in cash will have to pay a 10% surcharge as compensation for the costs and risks to the national economy originating with the handling of U.S. dollars as a consequence of the U.S. government measures.
The remainder of hard currencies exchangeable in Cuba: the euro, Canadian dollar, GBP sterling and Swiss francs can be exchanged for Cuban convertible pesos without any tax whatsoever, taking international market exchange rates as a reference point and always considering one convertible peso as equal to one U.S. dollar.
Operations made with credit cards accepted in Cuba, whether for the realization of payments or cash withdrawals can continue as is the case to date without any 10% surcharge.

General Registration form of the Congress includes Courses Registration.



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