Among phonosurgical procedures in patients with various lesions of the larynx, fiber-guided laser surgery has reached a high level and is nowadays even considered as first choice treatment for some benign mass lesions.
Our hands-on workshop will offer presentations on different types of lasers from cutting fiber-routed lasers through to the modern photoangiolytic lasers. On demonstrating the workings of laser devices, we can bring to the surface individual needs during an intervention in awake out-patient cases. Lectures are given by clinical experts which will include demonstrations on how various laser wavelengths effect tissue as well as video presentations of typical cases. All participants will have the opportunity to learn techniques ‘hands-on’ with laser glass fibers (fiber optics) and train on laser settings to maximise benefit during application in the office and general anaesthesia.
With experience in excess of 10 years in daily clinical environments using fiber-guided lasers, we would like to share our knowledge with participants during this course demonstrating on how to perform these operations. A special focus will be on a live patient case presentation with narration of tips & tricks for optimum results and pointing out pitfalls while learning from complications.
We hope this workshop will improve our attendees’ basic skills and knowledge for laser applications, while adapting these techniques for use in the office environment as well as general anaesthesia setting.
Our team welcomes you to Hamburg and look forward to seeing you at our hands-on workshop.
(on the grounds of the UKE –
University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf)
Martinistraße 64 · 20251 Hamburg
+49 (0)40 5 13 13 007
Susanne Fleischer, MD
Martinistr. 64 · 20251 Hamburg, Germany
Limited number of participants
The entire workshop will be held in English
Early registration until Oktober 1, 2018: 490 €
Registration after Oktober 1, 2018: 575 €
Registration is completed with bank transfer
ELS members: 10% discount
SATURDAY · NOVEMBER 24 2018