One of the most critical and difficult acts in laparoscopic surgery is the knot-tying and suturing
techniques. The knots performed laparoscopically must be as safe as the ones performed
Over the 2 levels of suturing course (BASIC & ADVANCED), the faculty will give a
comprehensive overview of the different techniques of suturing including intra and extra
corporal knots and provide you with practical tips to improve your skills.
With 40% theory and 60% practice for clinical application, this master classes will give you the
opportunity to put knowledge into practice and increase your mastery of suturing techniques.
• Basic Suturing Lectures
• Exclusive Proctorship and Guidance
• Live Interactive & Virtual Hands-on Sessions
• High Quality Training Materials -Pelvic Trainer, Model, Sutures, Etc.
• Pathway to (L1) Bachelor Certification
• Shipping Fee Included within EUROPE
***Shipping fee is not included outside EUROPE
• Training materials are acquired for permanent use
• Gathering the best of online & on-site education
• Bringing the surgical education at the comfort of your home
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€990: Regular rate
€890: ESGE/MIS Members
€1275.5: Course with E-knot
ESGE/MIS Academy members, and medical students receive a special discount.
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Meet our Expert
Dr. Istvan Argay is a highly respected medical doctor and laparoscopic surgeon at the University of Debrecen in Hungary. He has gained a reputation for his expertise in laparoscopic suturing, and has shared his knowledge and experience through lectures and publications. In this key lecture, Dr. Argay provides an in-depth examination of the theory and techniques involved in laparoscopic suturing, with a particular focus on the proper loading of the needle and various knotting techniques.
He brings together a wealth of knowledge and practical experience to offer a comprehensive guide for surgeons and trainees seeking to improve their skills in this area. Dr. Argay's lecture is sure to be a valuable resource for anyone looking to deepen their understanding of laparoscopic suturing and to develop their expertise in this important field.