Trainings

(Micro)surgical trainings at RRSSC - May and June 2021

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During 5-day training you may choose topics from 3 available modules. Learn more about each module programme and tell us what do you expect from RRSSC trainings. We will adivse you and prepare the best training programme.

 

Module A; Microsurgical Techniques

This module can be of interest to clinical surgeons who want to master the basics of microsurgery. It will typically involve;

  • blood vessel anastomoses (ETE, ETS, interposition grafts etc.)
  • nerve repairs
  • skin flap preparation
  • other techniques of special interest to participants by agreement before or during the module.

This is the program of Module A.

Module B; Experimental Research Techniques

This module is of interest to those who want to master experimental research techniques on small rodents using the power of the operating microscope and basic microsurgical techniques.

If appropriate for you this can include;

  • pharmacology models, for infusion and blood sampling, for temporary occlusion stroke models, for transplantation models. Focal and global ischemia models in rats and mice. Cardio-vascular models (MI and TAC) or any others specifically relevant to your needs
  • pharmacokinetic models, for infusion and blood sampling from arteries, veins, bile duct, gut or any other places relevant to your needs
  • toxicology models, for single dose, multiple dose acute and chronic study designs and performance
  • other techniques of special interest to participants by agreement before or during the module

 This is the program of Module B.

Module C; Radio-telemetry in small rodents

Radio-telemetry is a nice form of refinement.

If appropriate for you this can include;

  • pharmacology models, for measuring ECG, EEG, EMG, blood pressure or other pressures (LVP and RVP) or any others specifically relevant to your needs
  • toxicology models, for studying QT-prolongation in a chronic study design.
  • other techniques by agreement before or during the module

This is the program of Module C.

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