Advanced Technologies in Stone Management—Residents Course

OVERVIEW

This course will consist of a series of didactic presentations, video cases and hands-on lab offering an opportunity to utilize Olympus technologies in Urological procedures while focusing on the safe and effective use of Olympus stone management devices.

Agenda will include:

  • Didactic Presentations
  • Video cases
  • Hands-On Lab

Objectives:

  • Proper utilization of Olympus Video Flexible Endoscopes during ureteroscopy
  • Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy (PCNL) and proper use of Olympus devices
  • Set up and application of the Olympus ShockPulse system to achieve stone fragmentation and removal
  • Learn the safe and effective use of Thilium Fiber Laser and Stone Management devices

Technologies used:

  • ShockPulse Lithotripsy
  • Video Flexible Ureteroscope
  • Stone Devices
  • SOLTIVE™ SuperPulsed Pro & Premium Lasers

Pre-Requisite:
Urology Residents - PG/Y2

AVAILABLE DATES

No courses scheduled at this time.

EDUCATORS

The faculty listed are examples of faculty used at this course in the past. A combination of similar faculty will be used at each course.

Raju Thomas, MD, FACS

Co-Director of Endourology, Laparoscopy & Robotic Surgery
Tulane University School of Medicine

Davis Viprakasit, MD, FACS

Clinical Associate Professor, MIS, Stone Management
University of North Carolina

Brian Eisner, MD

Co-Director of the Kidney Stone Program
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston
Assistant Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School

Wilson Molina, MD

Professor of Urology
Kidney Stone Disease Program
Department of Urology
Kansas University Medical Center

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