Alesi Surgical attending “British Society of Gynaecological Endoscopy Annual Scientific Meeting 2017” 18th – 19th May, Hull

Alesi Surgical, manufacturer of the revolutionary Ultravision laparoscopic visual field clearing system, is delighted to be supporting this year’s BSGE AGM Meeting being held at Hull City Hall.

The theme of this year’s meeting is ‘Where are we now and where are we going……’

We are looking forward to discussing with existing and future users of Ultravision how it is providing benefits to patients, operating theatre personnel and hospitals when used in Gynaecology and other laparoscopic procedures.  Ultravision is the only technology that manages surgical smoke and plume without gas filtration or exchange, thereby maximising surgical efficiency whilst minimising patient exposure to carbon dioxide.

The full agenda can be found here:

http://www.bsge2017.org/programme/

 

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Alesi Surgical attending RSM President’s teaching day “Human factors and training – the rewards and pitfalls of a surgical career” on Friday 7th April 2017.

Alesi Surgical, manufacturer of the revolutionary Ultravision laparoscopic surgical smoke handling system, is delighted to be attending this year’s RSM President’s teaching day “Human factors and training – the rewards and pitfalls of a surgical career” being held at Frimley Park Hospital NHS Trust in Surrey.

The aim of the meeting is to explore issues in the modern era of surgical training and how trainees can get the most out of what is being provided.  The meeting will also cover human factors and how to cope when things go wrong.  It will be of value to consultants and trainees and provide an insight into some of the challenges they face now and are likely to face in the future.

The organising committee has secured a faculty of highly acclaimed speakers.  Whilst the focus is on colorectal surgery and training this meeting will be of interest to anyone with an interest in how human factors can influence clinical practice and surgical training.

We are looking forward discussing with existing and future users of Ultravision how it is providing benefits to patients, operating theatre personnel and hospitals.

The full agenda can be found here:

https://www.rsm.ac.uk/events/events-listing/2016-2017/sections/coloproctology-section/coh04-presidents-teaching-day-human-factors-and-training-the-rewards-and-pitfalls-of-a-surgical-career.aspx