RAWS Nordics

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Registration and coffee
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Welcome to RAWS Noridcs

Filip Muysoms, Maaike Vierstraete, Mette Willaume & Frederik Helgstrand.

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How to start the robotic journey
  • Team set-up: Importance of team spirit and how to raise it, Mette Willaume
  • How do I get enough console time?, Nadia Henriksen
  • Training program and learning curves, Knut Borch
  • The DaVinci pathway, Maaike Vierstaete
  • HUGO RAS pathway, Filip Muysoms
  • The perspectives from the head of department, Lasse Hansen
  • Discussion
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Industry Symposium
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Break and exhibition viewing
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r-TAPP for inguinals – Can it pay off?
  • Indications - when and why to use the robot for inguinal hernias, Sigrid Groven
  • 10 golden rules/ critical view of the MPO, Malene Busse
  • Mesh removal with the robot, Filip Muysoms
  • Video session: my best and my worst case, Sigrid Groven
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Lunch
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r-ventral hernia repair: E-TEP, TARUP or TAPP?
  • Principles & indications – TARUP vs. E-TEP,  Mette Willaume
  • How and why to TAPP ventrals?, Goran Rietz
  • Technical details, Maaike Vierstraete
  • Retro rectus repair & economy, Nadia Henriksen 
  • How to deal with complications in the robot?, Bjørn Tornkvist, Goran Rietz, Sigrid Groven, Jaana Vironen
  • Discussion
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Industry symposium
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Break and exhibition viewing
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r-TAR & r-parastomal repair
  • A new anatomical understanding, Robin Gaupset
  • Indications,  Jaana Vironen
  • When am I ready to move on? - case selection and learning curve, Jaana Vironen
  • What is the hardest part? Technical details, Jan Lambrecht
  • Do I need to do TAR more common than in open surgery?, Filip Muysoms
  • Discussion

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Goodbye and join the task force “The Nordic Robotic Hernia Database”