Perineal Repair Workshop
Medafia is proud to host the leading Perineal Repair Course, offering comprehensive training and hands-on experience for healthcare professionals. Whether you’re a seasoned surgeon or just starting out, this course is designed to enhance your knowledge and skills in the field of perineal repair.
Key Features of the Perineal Repair Course:
- Expert instructors with years of experience in perineal repair
- Hands-on training with live surgeries and practical exercises
- In-depth course materials and materials on the latest techniques
- A supportive and collaborative learning environment
- The opportunity to network with fellow healthcare professionals from around the world
The focus of the Perineal Repair Course is to provide a comprehensive and practical understanding of perineal anatomy, surgical techniques, and best practices in patient care. Participants will learn how to effectively evaluate and repair perineal tears.
The Perineal Repair Workshop course is supported by RCOG and is essential for all doctors practicing obstetrics and repairing perineal tears but also useful to obstetrics, midwives, Labour Ward Managers and Colorectal Surgeons. It enables a clear understanding of the importance of recognizing obstetrics anal sphincter injuries. Surgical options are combined with a holistic approach, and the consequences of missed diagnosis and demo of poor repair techniques.
Date: 27 – 28 April 2024
Standard Fee: $1260 / –
Obstetric anal sphincter disruption is a major cause of anal incontinence. There is compelling evidence that clinicians are inadequately trained to recognize and repair anal injuries. The perineal Repair course is essential for all doctors practicing obstetrics and repairing perineal tears but will also be useful to midwives, Labour Ward Managers and Colorectal Surgeons.
- Types of perineal tears and outcome of repairs from the available evidence
- Risk management issues
- Role of the perineal trauma clinic
- Management of the established faecal incontinence
- Management of persistent tears and faecal incontinence
- Anatomy of the perineum, pelvic floor and anal canal
- Methods of repairs using perineal trainers