Alesi Surgical attending “Controversies in Hernia Surgery” – 1st & 2nd March 2017

Alesi Surgical, the manufacturer of the revolutionary UltravisionTM laparoscopic surgical smoke handling system, is delighted to be attending this year’s 3rd “Controversies in Hernia Surgery” meeting being held at the Stoke-by-Nayland Hotel, Colchester, UK.

After two very successful meetings in 2015 and 2016 the organisers expect the 3rd International Controversies in Hernia Surgery to be a meeting not to miss. It has a busy agenda with highly recognised international and national faculty.  Topics to be discussed include new developments on hernia surgery, management of chronic pain and emergency surgery are all featured and, new this year is a debate and an MDT. Short papers and keynote lectures complete the line-up.

We are looking forward discussing with existing and future users of Ultravision how it is providing benefits to patients, operating theatre personnel and hospitals when used in hernia and other general surgery laparoscopic procedures.

The full agenda can be found here:

 

http://www.icenicentre.org/3rd-international-controversies-in-hernia-surgery-conference/

 

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Alesi Surgical at 7th Annual BIARGS Conference in Leicester 1st – 3rd March

Alesi Surgical, manufacturer of the revolutionary UltravisionTM surgical smoke handling system, is delighted to be attending and sponsoring the 7th Annual British & Irish Association of Robotic Gynaecological Surgeons (“BIARGS”) Conference in Leicester this week.

BIARGS brings together surgeons interested in developing gynaecological robotic surgery for benign conditions (such as endometriosis), performing hysterectomy and pelvic floor surgery, and for the management of malignant disease, specifically radical pelvic and lymph node dissections.

Speakers include international experts on ergonomics, simulation and training, bariatrics and clinical trials.  We are looking forward to a full agenda which is exploring all aspects of setting up a robotic service in gynaecology and to discussing with existing and future users how Ultravision provides benefits to patients, operating theatre personnel and hospitals when used in robotic surgery.