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1 Workshop Design Objectives The workshop is designed to provide and enhance the laparoscopic surgeon’s knowledge of reduced port / single port access surgery. Course attendees will participate in didactic and hands-on sessions to facilitate this working knowledge. At the conclusion of the course, the participant will have a broad understanding of the following approaches as they relate to: - Adoption of reduced port techniques (including single port access surgery) - Techniques of accessing the abdomen for reduced port surgery - Reduced port/single port access cholecystectomy - An understanding of the safety and applications of reduced port surgery Design This is a single day, hands-on workshop. For the didactic course, the facility has state-of-the-art audio/visual equipment. For the hands on training, there will be 4 cadaver stations each with its own video tower. There will be two to three participants at each of the four stations. Bates College 44 Campus Ave. Carnegie Science Building Lewiston, ME REDUCED PORT/SINGLE PORT ACCESS SURGERY A Hands-On Cadaver Workshop for Laparoscopic Surgeons Sponsored by: KARL STORZ Endoscopy-America, Inc. February 12, 2011 Reduced Port / Single Port Access Surgery: A Hands-On Cadaver Workshop for Laparoscopic Surgeons February 12, :00AM – 2:00PM Bates College 44 Campus Ave Carnegie Science Building Lewiston, ME 04240

2 General Information The Lecture and Lab will be hosted by Bates College in the Carnegie Science Building. Hotel Accommodations Residence Inn 670 Turner Street, Auburn, ME Tel: Ask to use the CMMC rate of $109/night. Cancellation Please call Tracy Nieuweboer ( ) 14 days before the lab if you are unable to attend. Meals Coffee and lunch will be provided. Registration Please contact any of the following to register for this lab. Steve Fulton: Cell – – Tony Pollak: Cell – – Tracy Nieuweboer: Office – – Course Director Jamie Loggins, MD, FACS Chief of Surgery, Central Maine Medical Center Medical Director, Central Maine Bariatric Surgery Dr. Loggins is a general surgeon who specializes in Minimally Invasive and Bariatric Surgery. Before beginning his work at CMMC, Dr. Loggins completed a fellowship in minimally invasive and robotic surgery at the University of California Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, California. Dr. Loggins earned his medical degree at Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago. Dr. Loggins began performing reduced port/single port surgery in 2007 and has performed Single Port operations on a wide range of patients, including those suffering from morbid obesity. Guest Instructor: Paul G Curcillo II, MD, FACS Vice Chairman, Dept of Surgery Director, Robotic & Minimal Access Surgery Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia In 2001, Dr. Curcillo developed and published a two port technique for laparoscopic ventral hernia repair. Performing over 200 cases with this technique, he applied the principles of reduced port surgery to other procedures as well. Continuing the move to reducing port sites for Minimal Access Surgery, in April 2007, Dr. Curcillo, along with Dr. Stephanie King, developed and performed the first Single Port Access (SPA) surgical procedures. The first SPA cholecystectomy was done in May Since then, Drs. Curcillo and King have performed over 300 SPA procedures using all standard instrumentation. Dr. Curcillo has developed a “step-wise” training approach for surgeons to work their way toward Single Port Access surgery safely, with confidence and at less costs than multiport surgery. Using this technique, he has run training symposiums for SPA surgery throughout the world, and has successfully trained many surgeons on this novel technique. Schedule and Lectures Saturday, February 12, :30 - 8:00am Check in 8:00 – 8:45amReduced Port Surgery, Adopting it into your practice Dr. Curcillo Carnegie Science Bldg, Room 204 8:45 -9:45am Techniques of reduced port surgery /Single Port Access (with video case presentation – Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy) Dr. Loggins Carnegie Science Bldg, Room 204 9:45-10:00amAccessing the abdomen through reduced port techniques ( video demonstration) Carnegie Science Bldg, Room :00-10:15amCoffee Break with Q&A 10:15 – 1:15pmCadaver Lab with opportunity for hands on training of: Single Port Abdominal Access Single Port Cholecystectomy Single Port Appendectomy Single Port Gastric Resection Carnegie Science Bldg, Room 401 1:15 – 2:00pmLunch and course debriefing with Instructors


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