UBC Sinus and Skull Base Course 2018

UBC Sinus and Skull Base Course 2018

#CPDSinus

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Target Audience:

Practicing Surgeons, Advanced Trainees, Fellows

 

Course Format: Plenary with hands-on procedures
UBC Life Sciences Institute
2350 Health Sciences Mall
Vancouver BC
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Overview

This course will provide participants an update and review of pertinent topics that continue to evolve in our understanding of chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS).  CRS is a challenging condition, even in the hands of experience otolaryngologists; therefore, this course provides participants expert opinions on medical and surgical management of this condition.  The course features a highly sought out Frontal Sinus Masterclass which allows each participant to systematically review variety of CT scans in all 3 planes and use a building block method to determine the drainage pathway of the frontal sinus.  Lab participants will share a cadaver head with CT imaging. Using state of the art equipment participants will be shown pearls to succeed in doing standard and advanced sinus procedures. This course is applicable to practicing surgeons, advanced trainees and fellows.

Agenda

View Fri, Aug 10

0700        Continental Breakfast; Registration and Exhibits Open
0730        Welcome from the Dean’s office and UBC Division of Otolaryngology
0735        Course Introduction
0745        ESS: Causes of Failure
0800        Chronic Rhinosinusitis, Etiology and Management: Current State of Understanding
0815        Endoscopic Anatomy of Lateral Nasal Wall
0830        Maxillary, Ethmoid and Sphenoid Sinus—How to make sure you have done a complete job 
0845        Management of the Eustachian Tube Disorders via the Nose
0900        Radiology of Paranasal Sinuses
0915        Rhinological Symptoms but Non-Rhinological Causes
0930        Health  Break with Exhibits 
1000        Office Based Rhinology
1015        AERD and Management Options
1030        Extent of Sinus Surgery
1045        Prosection 1
                Anterior Septal Deflection Management
1115        Prosection 2
                Uncinectomy/Middle Ear Antrostromy
                Ethmoid Bulla/Basal Lamella
                Penetrate Basal Lamella
1130        Prosection 3
                Identify Superior Turbinate
                Identify Sphenoid Face
                Identify Skull Base 
1145        Morning Question Period via Text Messages 
1200        Lunch with Exhibits 
1300        LAB Portion (*Lecture Delegate Observes) 
                Uncinectomy/Middle Meatal Antrostromy
                Ethmoid Bulla/Basal Lamella
                Penetrate Basal Lamella
                Identify Superior Turbinate
                Identify Sphenoid Face
                Identify Skull Base
                Anterior Septal Deflection Management
1530        Health Break with Exhibits 
1600        Management of Rhinologic Emergencies
1615        Thinking Outside the Box in the Management of Sinusitis
1630        Panel: What do I do with these patients? The Complicated Recalcitrant Patient
1655        Closing Remarks 

*subject to change

View Sat, Aug11

0700        Continental Breakfast; Registration and Exhibits Open
0720        Welcome Remarks
0730        Allergic Fungal Rhinosinusitis
0745        Sinonasal Management in Setting of Sleep Disordered Breathing
0815        Sinonasal Tumor Management
0830        Orbital Decompression
0845        Management of the Inferior Turbinate
0900         Frontal Sinus Master Class 
1000        Health Break and Exhibits 
1030        Frontal Sinus Mater Class Cont’d
1130        Panel: How to Manage Tough Frontal Cases: Case Review 
1150        Morning Question Period via Text Messages 
1200        Lunch with Exhibits and Group Photo 
1300        Prosection 4: Endoscopic Frontal Sinus Surgery 
                Endoscopic Frontal Sinusotomy
                Endoscopic Lothrop Procedure
                Frontal Trephine
1320        Prosection 5: Management of Epistaxis
                Sphenopalatine Ligation
1330        Prosection 6 
                Lateral Canthotomy/Cantholysis
                Medial orbital decompression
1400        LAB Portion (*Lecture Delegate Observes) 
                Frontal Procedures 
                Complete Lab 1 Procedures
                Complete Endoscopic Frontal Sinus Approach
                Endoscopic Lothrop Procedure
1500        Health Break and Exhibits 
1530        Complication Management
                Complete Lab 2 Procedures
                SPA Ligation
                Lateral Canthotomy/Cantholysis
1655        Closing Remarks 

*subject to change

View Sun, Aug 12 - SKULL BASE COURSE

Entire day will take place in the cadaver lab using cadavers used on previous days. Short demonstrations for each component will be demonstrated. 

0700        Continental Breakfast; Registration and Exhibits Open
0740        Welcome Remarks
0800        Skull Base Anatomy
0900        Endoscopic Medical Maxillectomy 
1000        Pterygopalatine Fossa Dissection/Infratemporal Fossa Dissection
1100        Endoscopic Approach to Sellar Region
1130        Rescue Nasoseptal Flap
1200        Lunch  with Exhibits 
1300        Endoscopic Transcribiform Approach 
1400        Endoscopic Approach to CIA 
1500        Endoscopic Transclival Approach
1600        Closing Remarks 

*subject to change

Cost

Early bird registration: Wed. Jun 6, 2018 | Add to calendar +

STANDARD COURSE (AUG 10 - 11)
Early Bird Rates (By June 6, 2018)

Lectures and Access to Specimens and Lab Procedures $1550
Lectures and  Lab Observation  $750

Regular Rate (After June 6, 2018)
Lectures and Access to Specimens and Lab Procedures $1750
Lectures and  Lab Observation  $850

SKULL BASE COURSE (AUG 12)
Non UBC Residents/Fellows $250
Sinus Faculty and Staff $350
UBC Residents/Fellows FREE 

Cancellations and Refunds

Accommodation

West Coast Suites and Walter Gage Residence
5961 Student Boulevard
vancouver  British Columbia  V6T2C9
Canada

West Coast Suites Rates Start at $289+tax

Walter Gage Residence Rates Start at $219 + tax

Book Online: http://bit.ly/Sinus2018hotel
Or Call 604-822-1000  Quote Group Code: G180809A

Rates available until July 10th, based on availability. Cancellation Policy: Reservations cancelled within 72 hours are subject to a one-night room charge.

T: 604-822-1000
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