We are currently translating the website, please come back later.
We use cookies to offer you an optimal experience on our website. By browsing our website, you accept the use of cookies.

La universidad en línea del IRCAD

Agradecimientos a nuestros aliados medtronic storz

Descubra el WebSurg,

el sitio web de cirugía mínimamente invasiva n° 1 del mundo

¡Únase al sitio web de e-learning No.1! Ofrecemos contenido educativo de primer nivel proporcionado por expertos de renombre mundial en todos los campos de la cirugía mínimamente invasiva. Todo el contenido cumple con los estándares de Health on the Net Foundation (HONCode), que aseguran calidad y confiabilidad.

Benefíciese de la amplia gama de especialidades de forma gratuita y sin limitaciones. El sitio web es accesible en computadoras, tabletas y teléfonos móviles.
Únase a nuestros407 094 miembros registrados.

Join us now!
Técnicas quirúrgicas mínimamente invasivas
Expertos líderes mundiales
Certificación de entrenamiento para cirujanos
La comunidad en línea más grande del mundo

Recientemente subido en WebSurg

Intervención quirúrgica
25:31
Total laparoscopic Hudson’s procedure, pelvic and para-aortic node dissection, omentectomy with primary re-anastomosis and loop ileostomy
This patient previously underwent a right ovarian cystectomy for endometrioma with final histopathology confirming an endometrioid adenocarcinoma in association with endometriosis (at least FIGO 1C1). Preoperative MRI and CT-scan suggested endometriosis/disease in the rectouterine pouch, with no evidence of disease outside the pelvis. Completion surgery with a Hudson’s procedure and comprehensive surgical staging was planned as a laparoscopic intervention. On initial inspection, intravenous indocyanine green (ICG) was used to facilitate the identification of endometriosis disease in the pelvis. Following surgical staging, including ‘en bloc’ dissection of the uterus, tubes, ovaries, and rectosigmoid, the specimen was removed via the vagina with the aid of an Alexis wound retractor. For re-anastomosis, the distal descending colon was delivered through the vagina, the anvil applied, and the anastomosis completed laparoscopically. This anastomosis was then defunctioned via a loop ileostomy. ICG was used to confirm anastomotic perfusion. The ileostomy was successfully reversed after 10 days facilitating postoperative treatment with chemotherapy.
Total laparoscopic Hudson’s procedure, pelvic and para-aortic node dissection, omentectomy with primary re-anastomosis and loop ileostomy
M Graham, E Craig, A Armstrong, C Wilson, I Harley
426 visualizaciones
11 días atrás
Intervención quirúrgica
05:17
Right thoracoscopic mediastinal mass resection and bronchial injury repair
The objective is to demonstrate our technique for thoracoscopic mediastinal mass excision with concomitant bronchial injury repair.
A 13-year-old boy presented with one-month of dysphagia and a history of a recent tick bite prophylactically treated. Esophagram showed a mid-esophageal externally compressing mass confirmed by endoscopy. Chest MRI showed a 5cm mediastinal mass. Differential diagnosis included infected esophageal duplication cyst versus histoplasmoma. A thoracoscopic mass resection was scheduled.
Upon accessing the right chest, a mid-thoracic lesion next to the esophagus was noted. The mass was adherent to the esophageal wall during dissection. Intraoperative biopsy revealed a cottage cheese-like substance in the mass. Frozen section suspected a duplication cyst in the esophageal musculature. As a result, we proceeded with the resection. The cavity was then irrigated and some fluid was noted at the endotracheal tube. A 5mm right mainstem bronchus tear was found. Flexible bronchoscopy was used to repair the injury with absorbable sutures. The mass was removed from the esophageal wall and repaired with absorbable sutures. A small pleural flap was created to prevent the sutures from communicating. The patient had a small persistent pneumothorax several days postoperatively. Repeat flexible bronchoscopy showed no leak or narrowing on postoperative day (POD) 7. The patient was discharged home on POD 8. Final pathology showed a mediastinal lymph node with a non-caseating granuloma. He had positive antibodies to Francisella tularensis (tularemia Ab). His final diagnosis was mediastinal tularemia.
This video demonstrates mediastinal mass diagnostic and treatment challenges. It also shows that concomitant bronchial injuries are safe and effective to repair thoracoscopically.
Right thoracoscopic mediastinal mass resection and bronchial injury repair
T Huy, AS Munoz Abraham, H Osei, C Cappiello, GA Villalona
568 visualizaciones
Hace 1 mes
Intervención quirúrgica
05:24
Robotic assisted ovary preserving excision of a benign serous cystadenoma in a prepubertal symptomatic girl
Symptomatic ovarian cysts or larger incidentally diagnosed ovarian cysts require treatment. If features of malignancy can be reasonably ruled out, minimally invasive procedures can be offered to not only excise the lesion but also preserve the ovary at the same time.
A 10-year-old female child was referred to our department with complaints of right lower abdominal pain which lasted for 6 months. She had no history of vomiting. On examination, her abdomen was soft, non-tender, with no palpable mass, and not distended. Abdominal sonography revealed a 5 by 4.5cm simple cyst in the right adnexa with a 1.7mm wall thickness, with no solid component or septation. Her right ovary was not seen separately. Her left ovary and uterus showed no abnormalities. Malignancy work-up revealed nothing suspicious (Beta-HCG: 2.9 IU/L, AFP: 1.3ng/mL, CA125: 10.9, all within normal range). A robotic-assisted complete cyst excision with preservation of the ovary was performed using 3 arms of the Da Vinci Xi™ robotic surgical system. The patient resumed oral food intake the same evening. He was discharged the following day within 24 hours of the procedure on paracetamol only. The patient was healthy and well. The biopsy reported a benign serous cystadenoma. At a 1-year follow-up, the child is asymptomatic and ovarian preservation was confirmed on postoperative ultrasound. While oophorectomy is eminently feasible with a minimally invasive approach, ovary preservation in benign lesions is quite challenging using pure laparoscopy. Robotic assistance, with its 3D binocular high-definition vision, articulating instruments, and availability of simultaneous energy in both arms, provides better precision and a maximum range of movements. It also helps to preserve the ovary while removing the cyst completely. The case report with a stepwise video of the procedure is demonstrated.
Robotic assisted ovary preserving excision of a benign serous cystadenoma in a prepubertal symptomatic girl
S Kumaravel, A Shenoy
536 visualizaciones
Hace 1 mes

Universidad virtual mundial

En cirugía mínimamente invasiva

2142
Videos de cirugía mínimamente invasiva
1613
Conferencias
108
Técnicas quirúrgicas
751
Opiniones de expertos
7
Idiomas
407 094
Miembros

Una amplia gama de contenido,

cubriendo todas las especialidades de la cirugía mínimamente invasiva

Estado del arte

Uno de nuestros expertos le ofrece un panorama completo de un tema o técnica determinada en su nivel más alto de desarrollo general, alcanzado en un momento determinado.

Enfoque mensual

Descubra nuestro enfoque en un tema específico que incluye conferencias clave y demostraciones quirúrgicas en vivo.

Cómo

Encuentre todos los consejos y trucos de nuestros expertos.

Webinario

Únase a nuestros webinarios del IRCAD de forma virtual, aproveche al máximo nuestras transmisiones de conferencias en línea y converse en línea con nuestros expertos.

Salón de la Fama

Participe en el concurso Hall of Fame y envíe sus contribuciones al WebSurg, a fin de compartir sus conocimientos con miles de personas en todo el mundo.

Forme parte de nuestra universidad virtual


Aprenda

  • Vea nuestros videos secuenciados y subtitulados
  • Personalice su cuenta según sus campos de interés
  • Aprenda las técnicas quirúrgicas mínimamente invasivas más novedosas
  • Contácte con nuestros expertos y miembros
  • Conviértase en el mejor en su campo

Contribuya

  • Grabe sus cirugías
  • Envíe sus videos al WebSurg
  • Responda las preguntas de nuestros miembros
  • Comparta su conocimiento con nuestra comunidad
  • Conviértase en una referencia mundial

Contribuir ahora

Entrenamiento de excelencia / Certificado por Organizaciones de Certificación de Asistencia Médica

WebSurg le brinda la posibilidad de aprender muchas técnicas diferentes viendo videos y conferencias. También es posible refinar sus nuevas habilidades presentándose para una prueba de EMC (Educación Médica Continua) en línea. Si la aprueba, puede obtener una certificación.

Las actividades de e-learning de WebSurg están acreditadas por el EUMS-EACCME (Consejo Europeo de Acreditación para la Educación Médica Continua, Institución de la Unión Europea de Especialistas Médicos).

El IRCAD está acreditado como un Instituto de Educación Acreditado (AEI) integral por el Colegio Estadounidense de Cirujanos (ACS). Esta certificación también incluye WebSurg, un programa del IRCAD en línea.

Health on the net
https://www.hon.ch/

Código de conducta de la Health on the Net Foundation (HONcode): certifica la fiabilidad y credibilidad de la información proporcionada en el WebSurg. El WebSurg respeta los ocho principios éticos definidos por el HONcode.

FREE CME Credits
https://websurg.com/cme/

WebSurg ofrece créditos ECMEC a los cirujanos que han aprobado con éxito las actividades de e-learning.
Créditos EACCME convertibles en créditos AMA PRA categoría 1.

Selección de cursos en nuestros centros asociados

Manténgase al día sobre los próximos cursos que tienen lugar en los institutos de IRCAD.

IRCAD France

flag-fr
    Más información 

    IRCAD Barretos

    flag-bz
      Más información 

      IRCAD Taiwan

      flag-tw
        Más información 

        IRCAD Africa

        flag-rw

        Próximamente