Prague Neurosurgical Week

Prague Neurosurgical Week is an event in Prague, Czech Republic on August 29th – September 2nd, 2018.

The Neurosurgical Week will start with the meeting of World Academy of Neurological Surgery, a members only conference which will bring top quality faculty from the next two combined events. The International Meningioma Society will hold its annual conference along with the 13th International Conference on Cerebrovascular Surgery oustide of Asia for the first time. The two main conferences will enjoy the presence of WANS members and a unique combination of joint plenary sessions with targeted breakfast seminars and dedicated afternoon sessions. In general, the topics will be meningiomas, skull base, and cerebrovascular. The Week will finish with a  hands-on course on endoscopic neurosurgery organised by the WFNS Neurosurgical Anatomy Committee.

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WFNS Neurosurgical Anatomy Committe Hands on course – Brno 2018

Dear friends,
I have attended many meetings where Gazi Yasargil has been giving his lectures. He had a mantra which he repeated at least once during each of his lectures: Anatomy, anatomy, anatomy.
He was right. Anatomy is the true basis of any neurosurgical endeavor. You can be best at surgical techniques, skilled in neurological evaluation, excellent in images interpretation, master in intensive care, perfect in
doctor-patient communication, whatever. However, when it comes down to procedure itself, which is the peak of what we do for our patients, it gets down to anatomy.
Anatomy of the central and peripheral nervous system is the most complex and difficult one throughout the human body. Sellar region, cavernous sinus, petrous bone, cp angel, foramen magnum are the most challenging regions in the human body. To learn the anatomy of this region means building the groundwork for advancing into the top of our discipline.Such a surgical anatomy, as perfectly shown in the works of Albert Rhoton and others, is impossible to learn in the operating theatre, nor is it possible at the general anatomy lectures. Such an anatomy is best absorbed at the courses combining theoretical lectures with practical hands-on workshops.
It is the mission of WFNS Neurosurgical Anatomy Committee to teach and educate. And it is the neurosurgical anatomy which obviously is the content and target of our courses.
We hope you will enjoy the course in Brno.
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Vladimír Beneš
Chairman
WFNS Neurosurgical Anatomy Committee
Course director

Perioperative Considerations and Positioning for Neurosurgical Procedures: A Clinical Guide

Perioperative Considerations and Positioning for Neurosurgical Procedures: A Clinical Guide


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There are relationships that exist between neuroanesthesia, neurosurgical procedures, individual patient pathology and the positioning of a patient for said procedure.  A comprehensive examination of these relationships, their association with patient morbidity/mortality and how to approach these issues in an evidence-based manner has yet to become available. Positioning related injuries have been documented as major contributors to neurosurgical/neuroanesthesiology liability.
This text examines these relationships. It provides considerations necessary to the correct positioning of a patient for a neurosurgical procedure for each individual patient and their individual pathology. In other words, this text will demonstrate how to construct the necessary surgical posture for the indicated neurosurgical procedure given the individual constraints of the patient within the environment of anesthesia and conforming to existing evidence-based practice guidelines. Sections will address physiological changes inherent in positioning in relation to anesthesia for neurosurgical procedures, assessment of patient for planned procedure, as well as considerations for managing problems associated with these relationships. Additional sections will examine the relationship between neurosurgical positioning and medical malpractice and the biomechanical science between positioning devices and neurosurgical procedures.
Neurosurgery and its patient population are in a constant state of change. Providing the necessary considerations for the neurosurgical procedure planned under the anesthesia conditions planned in the position planned, often in the absence of multicase study literary support, without incurring additional morbidity is the goal of this text.

11Th Hands-on Course on Neurosurgical Approaches



VALENCIA 2017
OCTOBER, 24th-27th

Inscripción on-line:
www.neurosurgeryvalencia.com
DIRECTOR DEL CURSO
José M. González Darder
GUEST FACULTY
Radim Lipina
FACULTY
José Hinojosa Mena-Bernal
Tomáš Hrbáč
Vicent Quilis-Quesada
Luis Real Peña
Javier Sendra Tello
Fernando Talamantes

Esteban Vega Torres
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11TH Hands-on Course on Neurosurgical Approaches

VALENCIA 2017
OCTOBER, 24th-27th
Inscripción on-line:
www.neurosurgeryvalencia.com
DIRECTOR DEL CURSO
José M. González Darder
GUEST FACULTY
Radim Lipina
FACULTY
José Hinojosa Mena-Bernal
Tomáš Hrbáč
Vicent Quilis-Quesada
Luis Real Peña
Javier Sendra Tello
Fernando Talamantes

Esteban Vega Torres
DESCARGAR PROGRAMA

Curso auspiciado por la Sociedad Española de Neurocirugía (SENEC)

Solicitado reconocimiento como “Actividad de Interés Sanitario” por la Consellería de Sanitat Universal y Salut Pública

ORGANIZA
Departamento de Neurocirugía
Hospital Clínico de Valencia
SEDE

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