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Scientific Programme
Dear Colleagues, Dear Members, Dear Friends,
This year, we are very happy to host you in Marseille for the 4th meeting of our society.
This edition illustrates the dynamism in the field of robotic surgery in Europe: it is the first time that our meeting associates a local society
(French speaking group in Gynaecological Robotic Surgery-CRG) and SERGS.
This year, we chose the theme of training. After more than 5 years of experience in robotic surgery for several centers in Europe, we think it is
time to teach the young surgeons.
Robotic assistance offers us the possibility to teach and learn differently. Though the experience of international and European experts, we want
to propose a standardization of the da Vinci’s surgery in benign and oncologic indications. In collaboration with ESGO, an optional pre-course will
be organized for young surgeons.
The themes will be developed throughout our meeting on Thursday and Friday, and in beetwen, we will appreciate to meet you at the SERGS
convivial dinner on Thursday night.
Kind regards,
Eric Lambaudie
CRG President
Paoli Calmettes Institute
Marseille, France
Fabrice Narducci
SERGS Vice President
CRG Vice President
Oscar Lambret Center
Lille, France
Faculty
Arnold Advincula, Ann Arbor, USA
Magnus Annerstedt, Lund, Sweden
John Boggess, Chapel Hill, USA
Peter Barton-Smith, Guildford, United Kingdom
Vito Cela, Pisa, Italy
Pierre Collinet, Lille, France
Michel Degueldre, Brussels, Belgium
Jacques Dequesne, Lausanne, Switzerland
Catherine Ferrer, Nîmes, France
Daniel Francon, Marseille, France
Frédéric Goffin, Liège, Belgium
Grigor Gorchev, Sofia, Bulgaria
Thomas Hébert, Tours, France
Robert Holloway, Orlando, USA
Gilles Houvenaeghel, Marseille, France
Delphine Hudry, Dijon, France
Camille Jauffret, Marseille, France
Christhardt Köhler, Berlin, Germany
Eric Lambaudie, Marseille, France
Eric Leblanc, Lille, France
Fabrice Lécuru, Paris, France
Pierre Leguévaque, Toulouse, France
Vincent Letouzey, Nîmes, France
Christine Louis-Sylvestre, Paris, France
Angelo Maggioni, Milano, Italy
Javier F. Magrina, Phoenix, USA
Ranjit Manchanda, London, United Kingdom
Frédéric Marchal, Nancy, France
Jolise Martens, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Pierre Monod, Grenoble, France
François Muet, Grenoble, France
Fabrice Narducci, Lille, France
Michelle Nisolle, Liège, Belgium
Jan Persson, Lund, Sweden
Jordi Ponce, Barcelona, Spain
Gabriel Schaer, Aarau, Switzerland
Henk Schreuder, Utrecht, The Netherlands
Bilal Sert, Oslo, Norway
Koen Traen, Baardegem, Belgium
Grégory Triopon, Nîmes, France
Jean Vandromme, Brussels, Belgium
Ignace Vergote, Leuven, Belgium
René Verheijen, Utrecht, The Netherlands
Vanna Zanagnolo, Milano, Italy
Nurses’ Faculty
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Sylvie Bazin, Marseille, France
Florence Bochu, Lille, France
Mélanie Bonhomme, Lille, France
Séverine Boulant, Marseille, France
Barbara Charles, Guildford, United Kingdom
Christina Etén-Bergqvist, Lund, Sweden
Katrin Evans, Marseille, France
Magali Hoarau, Marseille, France
Patricia van Rumbeke , Lille, France
Wednesday June 13
Scientific Programme
13.00 REGISTRATION DESK OPEN
13.30 PRE COURSE: ROBOTIC TRAINING IN EUROPE SATELLITE ROOM 2
(for residents, fellows, young surgeons in robotic surgery) in collaboration with ENYGO/ESGO (specific fee).
13.30
13.50
14.10
14.30
14.40
Survey / robotic training in Europe, Ranjit Manchanda
Swedish experience, Jan Persson
US experience, John Boggess, Arnold Advincula
Training and accreditation in Europa, René Verheijen
Discussion
15.00 TRAINING
(Different session limited to 5 persons in each session)
• Introduction SERGS Membership, Gabriel Schaer
• Training for Single Port
• Robotic training with simulator
• Challenge with the simulator MIMIC, Henk Schreuder
SATELLITE ROOMS 1-2
SATELLITE ROOM 1
SATELLITE ROOM 2
18.00 ’’da Vinci Simulator championship’’
(and during all the meeting)
Thursday June 14
07.30 REGISTRATION DESK OPEN
WELCOMING COFFEE
08.15 INTRODUCTION, Jan Persson
08.30 SIMPLE HYSTERECTOMY
Chairman: Arnold Advincula
MAIN AUDITORIUM
08.30 A practical approach to standardization of the simple hysterectomy (benign & oncologic), Arnold Advincula
09.00 A working model of simple hysterectomy, Eric Lambaudie
09.20 Standardization of uterine artery ligation with learning curve data & technical video, Koen Traen
09.40 Multi-national study results for standardization of simple hysterectomy, Thomas Hébert, Catherine Ferrer
10.00 Questions & Answers
10.10 Oral communications
• 10.10 Abstract 1
• 10.20 Abstract 2
• 10.30 Abstract 3
• 10.40 Abstract 4
10.50 Panel Presenters Questions & Answers
11.00 Coffee Break
11.30 PELVIC LYMPHADENECTOMY
Chairman: Robert Holloway
11.30
11.45
12.05
12.15
12.25
12.35
Standardization of the technique (step by step video), Fabrice Narducci
Results with pooled data, Frédéric Goffin & Bilal Sert
How to manage peroperative complications during pelvic lymphadenectomy, Robert Holloway
Questions & Answers
Learning in laparoscopy and robotic assisted laparoscopy: how could we do? Eric Leblanc (including Questions & Answers)
2 free oral communications (8 min each + 10 min discussion)
11.30 NURSES’ SESSION
13.00
11.30
11.40
12.00
12.20
12.40
Lunch
MAIN AUDITORIUM
SATELLITE ROOM 2
Introduction, Christina Etén Bergqvist
Patient’s opinion of robotic surgery, Katrin Evans
OR set up and patient positioning of the obese and morbidly obese patients, Sylvie Bazin & Magali Hoarau
Radical hysterectomy, Florence Bochu, Mélanie Bonhomme & Patricia Vanrumbeke
Modalities one day before and one day after robotic surgery, Séverine Boulant
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14.00 RADICAL HYSTERECTOMY
Chairman: Angelo Maggioni
14.00
14.25
14.50
15.00
15.15
15.20
Standardization of the technique, (step by step video) Angelo Maggioni
Results with pooled data - just for RH without pelvic lymphadenectomy, Jan Persson
Questions & Answers
What are the indicators of quality for robotic radical hysterectomy? Ignace Vergote
Questions & Answers
4 Oral communications (8 minutes each followed by questions)
14.00 TUBAL REANASTOMOSIS
Michel Degueldre, Jacques Dequesne & Jean Vandromme
Standardization of the technique (step by step video)
Results with pooled data
Fertility results
Free oral communications
Coffee Break
16.00
16.30 DEEP ENDOMETRIOSIS Chairman: Michelle Nisolle
MAIN AUDITORIUM
SATELLITE ROOM 2
MAIN AUDITORIUM
Peter Barton-Smith, Vito Cela, Pierre Collinet & Pierre Leguévaque
16.30
16.45
17.00
17.15
17.30
17.50
Bladder and / or ureteral DIE (step by step video)
Rectovaginal DIE with rectal shaving (step by step video)
Rectovaginal DIE with rectal segmental resection (step by step video)
Presentation of SERGS collaborative work / results pooled data + discussion
2 selected free communications
Questions & Answers
16.30 NURSES’ SESSION
16.30
16.40
17.00
17.25
17.45
18.00
GENERAL ASSEMBLY
20.00
SERGS CONVIVIAL DINNER (dresscode: casual)
SATELLITE ROOM 2
Welcome and introduction, Florence Bochu & Magali Hoarau
Integration and implementing robotic surgery in the OR: what is required, Christina Etén Bergqvist
DV training and education, Barbara Charles
E-Learning, Patricia Vanrumbeke, Florence Bochu, Mélanie Bonhomme
Questions & Answers
Friday June 15
08.30 REGISTRATION DESK OPEN, WELCOMING COFFEE
09.00 LIVE SINGLEPORT
ROBOTIC SURGERY &
11.00
11.05
SYMPOSIUM SINGLE PORT
CONVENTIONAL
LAPAROSCOPY
MAIN AUDITORIUM
MAIN AUDITORIUM
Introduction SERGS Membership, Gabriel Schaer
Coffee Break
11.30 MYOMECTOMY
Chairman: Peter Barton-Smith
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11.30
11.35
11.55
12.10
12.15
12.20
12.25
12.30
Introduction, Peter Barton-Smith
Standardization of procedure/key procedural steps, Peter Barton-Smith
Adjunctive diagnostic & surgical interventions: ultrasound vs. MRI, vasoconstrictive agents, traditional vs.barbed suture, adhesion barriers, Grégory Triopon
Optimal specimen management & tissue extraction techniques, Vincent Letouzey
Leveraging unique robotic assets: 4th arm tenaculum, ultrasound attachment, TilePro, single vs.
dual console dynamics, Arnold Advincula
US results – symptom reduction, complications, pregnancy, recurrence, Arnold Advincula
European results – symptom reduction, complications, pregnancy, recurrence, Peter Barton-Smith
Best 2 abstracts for oral communication
Scientific Programme
11.30 ADVANCED PROCEDURES
Chairman: Magnus Annerstedt
11.30
11.50
12.10
12.30
12.45
13.00
Lunch
SATELLITE ROOM 2
Robotic trachelectomy: (step by step video), Jan Persson
Robotic exenteration: Is standardization possible? Magnus Annerstedt
French multicentric results of surgery after radiotherapy, Camille Jauffret & Gilles Houvenaeghel
Robotic assisted parametrectomy, Grigor Gorchev
Oral communications
14.00 SACROCOLPOPEXY
MAIN AUDITORIUM
Chairman: Jolise Martens
14.00 Standardization of the technique (step by step video) - different techniques,
Christine Louis Sylvestre, Pierre Monod, Jolise Martens & Gabriel Schaer
14.40 Results with pooled data,Christine Louis Sylvestre & Gabriel Schaer
15.00 Quality of life, Jolise Martens
15.20 Tips and tricks, Pierre Monod
15.40 Oral communications
14.00 PARA-AORTIC LYMPHADENECTOMY
Chairman: John Boggess
14.00
14.30
14.40
14.55
15.10
15.25
15.35
16.00
Coffee Break
Standardization of the procedure, John Boggess
Questions & Answers
Surgical results, Delphine Hudry, Christhardt Köhler & Eric Lambaudie
Para-aortic dissection: are the results modify with patient’s BMI (BMI < 30 or BMI > 30)? Vanna Zanagnolo
Is lymph node dissection limited with robotic assistance? Fabrice Lécuru
Questions & Answers
2 free oral communications (8 min each + 10 min discussion)
16.30 HOW TO MANAGE SPECIFIC PROBLEMS…? Chairman: Javier Magrina
16:30
16:35
17.05
17.20
17.40
18.00
16.30
16.35
16.50
17.05
17.20
17.50
SATELLITE ROOM 2
Introduction, Katrin Evans
Economic aspects, how can we reduce costs in robotic surgery?
Tips and tricks: per operative problems, nurse ‘s actions and solutions, Sylvie Bazin & Magali Hoarau
Motivation, dedication and effort; taking robotic nursing to a higher level, Christina Etén Bergqvist
Open discussion
Closing of nurse session, Florence Bochu & Magali Hoarau
18.00 PRIZES: Best abstract
Final of da Vinci simulator championship
MAIN AUDITORIUM
Introduction, Javier Magrina
Combined robotic procedures: pelvis and upper abdomen and in obese patients.
• 16.35 Standardization of one approach, Robert Holloway
• 16.50 Standardization with 2 surgical approaches, Jordi Ponce
Ergonomic evaluation, Frédéric Marchal
Ins and Outs of anaesthesia parameters in robotic surgery. Which ventilation strategy in obese patients? Daniel Francon
Robotics in advanced ovarian cancer Javier Magrina
Panel discussion. Question and answer.
16.30 NURSES’ SESSION
Chairman: Christina Etén-Bergqvist
SATELLITE ROOM 2
MAIN AUDITORIUM
(finalists determined by skills drills throughout the meeting)
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General Information
Venue of the meeting & hotels
Sofitel Vieux Port***** 36, Bd Charles Livon, 13007 Marseille
Tel: +33 (0)4 91 15 59 00
Newhotel Of Marseille**** 71 boulevard Charles Livon, 13007 Marseille
Tel: +33 (0)4 91 31 53 15
Novotel Vieux Port**** 36, Bd Charles Livon, 13007 Marseille
Tel: +33 (0)4 96 11 42 11
3 minutes’ walk from the venue
Cercle Mixte de Garnison MEETING VENUE
46, rue Sainte, 13001 Marseille
Etap Marseille Vieux Port Economics 2 Boulevard Charles Livon, 13007 Marseille
Tel: +33 (0)8 92 68 05 82
2 minutes’ walk from the venue
3 minutes’ walk from the venue
15 minutes’ walk from the venue
Official Language: English.
Target audience: all physicians: gynaecological surgeon, oncological surgeons, general surgeons, urologic surgeons,
nurses, gynaecologists, anaesthesiologists, fellows in training, medical students, robotics technicians interested in surgery.
Hotel reservations & registration
Registration fees: a registration form must be completed and returned to Com&Co. Upon receipt of full payment, the participant will receive an e-mail confirming registration. The deadline for early registration fees is April 15, 2012. If you want to
take advantage of the lower fees offered, make sure that your registration and the payment are went well in advance. The final
deadline for pre-registration is June 10, 2012. It is possible to register onsite, but the the congress organisers recommend prebooking to precent delays to delegates. The registration fees includes: access to all scientific medical sessions, exhibition hall,
symposia and workshops, meeting book, coffee breaks and lunches. Admission requires a nominative badge.
How to book a room: to benefit from privileged rates, please return your form as soon as possible, indicating the hotel of your
choice and include a second choice. Any changes must be communicated in writing to Com&Co. Upon reception of the Housing
form , together with the full payment, a booking confirmation e-mail will be sent to the delegate. No confirmation can be made
if these conditions are not fulfilled. Prices are quoted per room, per night, VAT included, in Euro. The city tax is not included.
Cancellation and refunds: Com&Co must be notified of any cancellation in writing.
Cancellation before April 13, 2012: refunds less 10% (administrative charge).
Cancellation after April 13, 2012: no refund will be given. Name changes will be accepted before June 10. No-shows at the
congress will be charged the full fee. Refund will be processed until end of September 2012.
Important deadlines
Early registration at reduced fee Abstract submission deadline Pre-registration
April 15, 2012
Official Partners
June 10, 2012
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April 15, 2012
Air France
Get the best price for your flight with Air France and KLM Global Meetings.
Even ID Code to keep the booking: 15263AF
Valid for travel from 08/06/2012 to 20/06/2012
Event location: Marseille, France
More details: www.airfranceklm-globalmeetings.com
Registration
and Housing Form
Online registration: www.sergs2012.org
Please submit completed Registration and Housing Form to:
Com&Co Events, Etienne Jarry
9 Bd Kabylie, 13016 Marseille, France
Fax: +33 (0)4 96 15 33 08 - E-mail: [email protected]
Participant Information
Title:  Prof  Dr
 Mr  Ms
Last Name:
First Name:
Institution Company:
Address: City: Zip/Postal Code: State/Province:
Country: Phone: Mobile:
Fax:
Email:
Speciality
 Gynaecological surgeon  Oncological surgeon  Urologic surgeon  Gynaecologist  General surgeon
 Anaesthesiologists
 Nurse
 Student  Resident
 Fellow
 Industry Professional  Other
Individual
fees
(VAT19,6% incl.)
registration
SERGS, CRG members ENYGO members Non members Nurses, Students Residents, Fellows
Before April 15, 2012  400 €  250 €  500 €  100 €  150 € After April 15, 2012
 500 €
 300 €
 600 €
 150 €
 200 €
Pre-Course Free Registration (Wednesday June 13, 2012)  Yes  No Convivial Dinner (Thursday June 14, 2012), from 8.00 pm
 50 € Hotel Accommodation (Prices including continental breakfast)
Single Cercle Mixte de Garnison
 74 €
Double
 80 €
Choice
(only for students, nurses & residents, possibilities of three and four bed rooms, please contact us)
Etap Marseille Vieux Port
Novotel Vieux Port****
Newhotel of Marseille****
 64 €  176,50 €
 185 €
 78 €
 187 €
 205 €
Booking details (The whole stay has to be paid in order to avoid cancellation of reservation)
Arrival Date
Number of nights
Departure date
Rate per night
Total due: Registration Type of room
 Single  Double
€ + Hotel Accommodation € = Euros (VAT incl.)
Payment of Fees
q By credit card
On protected payment Paybox online form, directly on the website www.comnco.com. Please indicate your Name + SERGS 2012 in the part: «Additional details»
q By check enclosed (please make check in Euro payable in France to Com&Co)
q By bank transfert
Beneficiary
Bank
IBAN BIC Com&CO
Banque Chaix_41- 43, Bd Peytral_13006 Marseille
FR76 1017 8000 2600 2626 3880 380
CCBPFRPPCHX
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For information about the scientific programme, meeting venue, registration & accommodations: www.sergs2012.org
For information about SERGS: www.sergs.org
Organization: Com&Co, Etienne Jarry
9, boulevard Kabylie, 13016 Marseille, France
Tel.: (+33) 4 91 09 70 53 - Fax: (+33) 4 96 15 33 08
E-mail: [email protected]
www.comnco.com