Training in Robotic-Assisted Minimally Invasive Surgery              Hatton Life Sciences Laboratory        Course Guide E...
Surgeons Console
One-Day CoursesOne-Day CoursesMinimally Invasive Mitral Valve Repairwith the da Vinci® Surgical SystemMinimally Invasive C...
One-Day Courses                  Minimally Invasive Mitral Valve Repair                  with the da Vinci® Surgical Syste...
One-Day CoursesMinimally Invasive Cardiac Revascularizationwith the da Vinci® Surgical SystemPurposeThis course will provi...
One-Day Courses                  Advanced Minimally Invasive                  Cardiac Revascularization                  w...
Two-Day CoursesTwo-Day CoursesMinimally Invasive Mitral Valve Repairwith the da Vinci® Surgical SystemMinimally Invasive C...
Two-Day Courses                  Minimally Invasive Mitral Valve Repair                  with the da Vinci® Surgical Syste...
Two-Day CoursesMinimally Invasive Cardiac Revascularizationwith the da Vinci® Surgical SystemPurposeThis course will provi...
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The Hatton InstituteThe E. Kenneth Hatton, MD Institute for Research and Education(Hatton Institute) is the investigative ...
Good Samaritan Hospital    Cardiothoracic Robotic Surgical TeamAccreditationThe American Medical Association has determine...
Dr. Smith at the Sugeons ConsoleFaculty               Course Director, Instructor               J. Michael Smith, MD, FACS...
RegistrationRegistration FeesRegistration fees cover all training costs, lab fees and meals for yoursurgical team.To Regis...
For further information:Kim Hasselfeld      Amy Engel                Maureen BlackwellHatton Institute    Hatton Institute...
Copyright © 2005 Hatton Research Institute. All rights reserved.The da Vinci® Surgical System is a registered trademark of...
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Training in Robotic-Assisted Minimally Invasive Surgery

  1. 1. Training in Robotic-Assisted Minimally Invasive Surgery Hatton Life Sciences Laboratory Course Guide E. Kenneth Hatton, MD, Institute for Research and Education Good Samaritan Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio
  2. 2. Surgeons Console
  3. 3. One-Day CoursesOne-Day CoursesMinimally Invasive Mitral Valve Repairwith the da Vinci® Surgical SystemMinimally Invasive Cardiac Revascularizationwith the da Vinci® Surgical SystemAdvanced Minimally InvasiveCardiac Revascularizationwith the da Vinci® Surgical SystemTarget AudienceCardiac surgeons who have completed system training on theda Vinci Surgical System. These training programs involveparticipation from a dedicated robotics team that includes:· Console surgeon· Patient-side surgeon· Scrub and/or circulating nurses, if desired· Anesthesiologist, if desired· Perfusionists, if desired
  4. 4. One-Day Courses Minimally Invasive Mitral Valve Repair with the da Vinci® Surgical System Purpose This course will provide training in minimally invasive mitral valve repair using the da Vinci Surgical System. Surgeons skilled in performing mitral valve repair surgery will learn how to conduct these procedures with the assistance of robotic technology. Educational Objectives At the conclusion of this activity the participant should be able to: 1. Do a mitral valve repair on a cadaver using the da Vinci Surgical System 2. List indications for minimally invasive robotic repair of the mitral valve versus the open procedure method 3. Select appropriate patients for robotic mitral valve repair Course Overview The program consists of live case observation, didactic sessions and a lab. Extensive hands-on training segments will enable participants to practice learned techniques. Agenda 7:00a - 7:30a Arrival and continental breakfast 7:30a - 12:00p Live case observation 12:00p - 1:00p Lunch and live case review Discussion of Good Samaritan Hospital experience 1:00p - 2:00p Port access perfusion, options for aortic occlusion 2:00p - 4:30p Entire team – Mitral valve repair simulation Patient position Incision/port placement Opening left atrial/exposure Mitral valve repair 4:30p - 5:00p Wrap-up/questions and answers Course Fee $3,000 per surgical team CME Credits The Good Samaritan Hospital is accredited by the Ohio State Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The Good Samaritan Hospital designates this educational activity for a maximum of 9.5 category 1 credits toward the AMA Physician’s Recognition Award. Each physician should claim only those credits that he/she actually spent in the activity.
  5. 5. One-Day CoursesMinimally Invasive Cardiac Revascularizationwith the da Vinci® Surgical SystemPurposeThis course will provide advanced training in minimally invasive cardiacrevascularization surgery using the da Vinci Surgical System. Surgeons skilled inperforming cardiac revascularization surgery will learn how to conduct theseprocedures with the assistance of robotic technology.Educational ObjectivesAt the conclusion of this activity the participant should be able to:1. Do a cardiac revascularization on a cadaver using the da Vinci Surgical System2. List indications for minimally invasive robotic cardiac revascularization versus the open procedure method3. Select appropriate patients for robotic cardiac revascularizationCourse OverviewThe program consists of didactic sessions and a cadaver lab. Extensive hands-on training segments will enable participants to practice learned techniques.Agenda7:00a - 7:30a Arrival and continental breakfast7:30a - 8:00a Welcome, course overview and goals8:00a - 10:00a Surgical skills, including port placement and thoracotomy approach10:00a - 12:00p Coronary suturing12:00p - 1:00p Lunch Discussion of Good Samaritan Hospital experience1:00p - 2:00p Options for exposure and stabilization during dVCR/SVST/MVST2:00p - 5:00p Lab, with focus on BIMA harvest, patient positioning, stabilization, exposure5:00p – 5:30p Wrap-up Discussion of clinical pathway towards closed-chest coronary revascularizationCourse Fee $3,000 per surgical teamCME CreditsThe Good Samaritan Hospital is accredited by the Ohio State MedicalAssociation to provide continuing medical education for physicians.The Good Samaritan Hospital designates this educational activity for a maximumof 10 category 1 credits toward the AMA Physician’s Recognition Award. Eachphysician should claim only those credits that he/she actually spent in theactivity.
  6. 6. One-Day Courses Advanced Minimally Invasive Cardiac Revascularization with the da Vinci® Surgical System Purpose This course will provide advanced training in minimally invasive cardiac revascularization surgery on a beating heart using the da Vinci Surgical System. Surgeons skilled in performing cardiac revascularization will learn this advanced approach utilizing state-of-the-art robotic technology. Educational Objectives At the conclusion of this activity the participant should be able to: 1. Do a cardiac revascularization on a canine beating heart using the da Vinci Surgical System 2. List indications for minimally invasive robotic cardiac revascularization versus the open procedure method 3. Select appropriate patients for robotic cardiac revascularization Course Overview The program consists of didactic sessions and a canine lab. Extensive hands-on training segments will enable participants to practice learned techniques. Agenda 8:00a - 9:00a Arrival and continental breakfast. Course overview and goals 9:00a - 1:00p Canine beating-heart lab 1:00p - 2:00p Lunch Discussion of Good Samaritan Hospital experience 2:00p - 3:00p Port access perfusion/stabilization 3:00p - 4:00p Review of suturing in the lab 4:00p - 5:00p Review of Clinical Pathway for complete dVCR Course Fee $4,500 per surgical team CME Credits The Good Samaritan Hospital is accredited by the Ohio State Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The Good Samaritan Hospital designates this educational activity for a maximum of 9 category 1 credits toward the AMA Physician’s Recognition Award. Each physician should claim only those credits that he/she actually spent in the activity.
  7. 7. Two-Day CoursesTwo-Day CoursesMinimally Invasive Mitral Valve Repairwith the da Vinci® Surgical SystemMinimally Invasive Cardiac Revascularizationwith the da Vinci® Surgical SystemTarget AudienceCardiac surgeons who have completed system training on theda Vinci Surgical System. These training programs involveparticipation from a dedicated robotics team that includes:· Console surgeon· Patient-side surgeon· Scrub and/or circulating nurses, if desired· Anesthesiologist, if desired· Perfusionists, if desired
  8. 8. Two-Day Courses Minimally Invasive Mitral Valve Repair with the da Vinci® Surgical System Purpose This course will provide advanced training in minimally invasive mitral valve repair using the da Vinci Surgical System. Surgeons skilled in performing mitral valve repair will learn how to conduct these procedures with the assistance of state-of-the-art robotic technology. Educational Objectives At the conclusion of this activity the participant should be able to: 1. Do a mitral valve repair on a cadaver using the da Vinci Surgical System 2. List indications for minimally invasive robotic repair of the mitral valve versus the open procedure method 3. Select appropriate patients for robotic mitral valve repair Course Overview The program consists of live case observation, didactic sessions and a cadaver lab. Extensive hands-on training segments will enable participants to practice learned techniques Agenda Day One 7:00a - 7:30a Arrival and continental breakfast 7:30a - 12:00p Live case observation 12:00p - 1:00p Lunch and live case review Discussion of Good Samaritan Hospital experience 1:00p - 2:00p MV procedural videos 2:00p - 3:00p Port access perfusion, options for aortic clamping 3:00p - 4:30p MV simulation, with focus on port placement, surgical cart positions Day Two 8:00a - 8:30a Arrival and continental breakfast 8:30a - 9:00a Review of day one 9:00a - 11:00a Surgical skills lab, including MV ring insertion technique 11:00a - 12:00p Lunch, video review 12:00p - 4:30p Cadaver MV case simulation 4:30p – 5:00p Wrap up/questions and answers Course Fee $5,500 per surgical team CME Credits The Good Samaritan Hospital is accredited by the Ohio State Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The Good Samaritan Hospital designates this educational activity for a maximum of 17.5 category 1 credits toward the AMA Physician’s Recognition Award. Each physician should claim only those credits that he/she actually spent in the activity.
  9. 9. Two-Day CoursesMinimally Invasive Cardiac Revascularizationwith the da Vinci® Surgical SystemPurposeThis course will provide advanced training in minimally invasive cardiacrevascularization surgery using the da Vinci Surgical System. Surgeons skilled inperforming cardiac revascularization will learn how to conduct these procedureswith the assistance of state-of-the-art robotic technology.Educational ObjectivesAt the conclusion of this activity the participant should be able to:1. Do a cardiac revascularization on a cadaver using the da Vinci Surgical System2. List indications for minimally invasive robotic cardiac revascularization versus the open procedure method3. Select appropriate patients for robotic cardiac revascularizationCourse OverviewThe program consists of a live case observation, didactic sessions and a cadaverlab. Extensive hands-on training segments will enable participants to practicelearned techniques.AgendaDay One7:00a - 7:30a Arrival and continental breakfast7:30a - 12:00p Live MVST case observation12:00p - 1:00p Lunch Discussion of Good Samaritan Hospital experience1:00p - 3:00p Surgical skills lab, including port placement3:00p - 4:00p Options for stabilization4:00p - 5:00p Port access perfusionDay Two8:00a - 9:00a Arrival and continental breakfast Review day one case9:00a - 1:00p Cadaver lab, with focus on BIMA harvest, port placement, robotic coronary anastomosis, MVST placement1:00p - 2:00p Lunch Discussion of Good Samaritan Hospital experience2:00p - 4:00p Surgical skills, robotic anastomosis on pig hearts4:00p - 4:30p Wrap-up/questions and answersCourse Fee $5,500 per surgical teamCME CreditsThe Good Samaritan Hospital is accredited by the Ohio State MedicalAssociation to provide continuing medical education for physicians.The Good Samaritan Hospital designates this educational activity for a maximumof 18 category 1 credits toward the AMA Physician’s Recognition Award. Eachphysician should claim only those credits that he/she actually spent in theactivity.
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  11. 11. The Hatton InstituteThe E. Kenneth Hatton, MD Institute for Research and Education(Hatton Institute) is the investigative arm of TriHealth, the partnershipof Good Samaritan and Bethesda North hospitals. The Hatton Institutedirects research and education efforts through an active medicalresearch program and a comprehensive academic program in graduatemedical education.The Hatton Institute’s Life Sciences Laboratory’s training center forminimally invasive surgery provides surgeons with opportunities tobecome familiar with innovative technologies that allow surgery throughsmall incisions instead of a traditional “open” approach. These lessinvasive procedures can minimize patients’ blood loss, minimize theneed for blood transfusions, minimize pain and promote more rapidhealing.The da Vinci® Surgical System is housed in the minimally invasivesurgery training center. An innovation championed by the GoodSamaritan Hospital Foundation, the da Vinci Surgical System wasacquired through the generous support of Pam and Rob Sibcy, ClairePhillips and the Castellini Foundation.Generously supported by the E. Kenneth and Esther Marie HattonFoundation, the Hatton Life Sciences Laboratory conference facilities areequipped with state-of-the-art audiovisual technologies and are wireddirectly to hospital operating suites to facilitate case observation.
  12. 12. Good Samaritan Hospital Cardiothoracic Robotic Surgical TeamAccreditationThe American Medical Association has determined that physicians not licensed inthe United States who participate in this CME activity are eligible for AMA PRAcategory 1 credit. For international applicants, notice of planned attendance mustbe communicated a minimum of six weeks prior to the training session and subjectto approval of the AMA.While there are CME credits designated for participation in this course, this doesnot imply certification of skills acquisition.SponsorshipThe Robotic-Assisted Minimally Invasive Surgery courses offered in this catalog aresponsored by the Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati Ohio.
  13. 13. Dr. Smith at the Sugeons ConsoleFaculty Course Director, Instructor J. Michael Smith, MD, FACS Director of Robotic Surgery, Good Samaritan Hospital Surgical Research Director, Hatton Institute, Good Samaritan Hospital Teaching Faculty Member, Department of Surgery, Good Samaritan Hospital J. Michael Smith, MD is currently the Director of Robotic Surgery, Good Samaritan Hospital. A highly skilled surgeon and clinician, Dr. Smith is also dedicated to research and teaching, passions that he pursues with the full support of the hospital and his colleagues at Cardiac, Vascular, and Thoracic Surgeons, Inc. He does so through his work as the Surgery Research Director for the Hatton Institute. Instructor John Robinson, MD, FACS John R. Robinson, MD, is a highly respected and talented cardiothoracic surgeon who completed his residencies at The University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, TX. He is a partner with Cardiac, Vascular, and Thoracic Surgeons, Inc. Dr. Robinson is board-certified in thoracic surgery and holistic medicine.
  14. 14. RegistrationRegistration FeesRegistration fees cover all training costs, lab fees and meals for yoursurgical team.To Register:Step 1: Send contact informationTo register for a one- or two-day course, call Maureen Blackwell at(513) 872-4012.Or, you may also view available dates and register online by visiting www.hattoninstitute.com/trainingIf any member of your team requires special accommodations due to adisability – for example, needing an alternative form of course materials– please include your request at this time.Registration confirmation is by email or telephone. Course agendasare subject to minor changes based upon surgery schedule.Step 2: Send paymentAfter receiving confirmation of course date(s), send a check forpayment in full, with a memo noting the course title and date to: Attention: Maureen Blackwell Hatton Institute, Good Samaritan Hospital 375 Dixmyth Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45220 Please make checks payable to Hatton Institute, Good Samaritan HospitalStep 3: Reserve travel and lodgingTravel and lodging arrangements are the responsibility of the attendees.Recommended hotel: Marriott Kingsgate Conference Hotel 151 Goodman Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45219 (513) 487-3800 Ask for TriHealth Robotic Surgery special rate.
  15. 15. For further information:Kim Hasselfeld Amy Engel Maureen BlackwellHatton Institute Hatton Institute Hatton InstituteResearch Manager Research Specialist Administrative Secretary(513) 872-1850 (513) 872-3543 (513) 872-4012 Hatton Institute Good Samaritan Hospital 375 Dixmyth Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio 45220
  16. 16. Copyright © 2005 Hatton Research Institute. All rights reserved.The da Vinci® Surgical System is a registered trademark of Intuitive Surgical, Inc.

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