The hysteroscope is the gynecologist’s stethoscope. How can we practice modern gynecology without it? Diagnostic office hysteroscopy permits full visualization of the endometrial cavity, tubal ostia, endocervix and is critical in diagnosing focal lesions that are missed with blind or non-directed endometrial sampling. Increasingly, operative hysteroscopy both in the office and ambulatory center permit safe, effective, and minimally
invasive surgery for an array of intrauterine pathology.
ABSTRACTS & VIDEO FOR PRESENTATION DEADLINE:
MAY 18, 2018
Listen, watch, and learn from the most experienced hysteroscopic
experts. Cumulatively, they have more than 200 years of clinical
We are confident that this will be the most educational hysteroscopy conference that you have attended. It will be a dynamic compendium to improve the hysteroscopic surgical care, improve patient outcomes, and enhance patient safety. The conference will include a dazzling array of visual formats with numerous high-quality videos, “pre-recorded” live telesurgical procedures, and ample time for questions and answers.
Each lecturer has been chosen for their hysteroscopic surgical experience but also for their ability to meticulously instruct participants step-by-step through basic to complex hysteroscopic procedures. The body of their work and philosophy epitomizes the surgical dictum, “do as much as necessary and as little as possible.”
Our goal is to provide you with the tools needed to perform diagnostic and therapeutic hysteroscopy, understand hysteroscopic conundrums, and recognize and treat complications should they occur.
At the conclusion of this course, the clinician will be able to:
1) Develop foundational knowledge of office and operative
hysteroscopy in the treatment of simple to complex intrauterine pathology
2) Demonstrate how to treat intracavitary pathology including: endometrial polyps, intrauterine fibroids, mullerian anomalies, hysteroscopic sterilization, the removal of foreign bodies, and treatment of endocervical lesions
3) Implement learned skills to improve patient safety in the
office and ambulatory surgical center; 4) describe the steps necessary to respond to complications of hysteroscopy
5) Participate in hands-on basic hysteroscopic simulator training