As you may have seen in the news yesterday, UK MPs debated the risks associated with mesh implants after thousands of women said the device has perforated organs, caused chronic pain and left them unable to work or have sex. Campaigners of the inquiry had support from The Labour Party, who were backing the call for a public inquiry into mesh procedures and were calling for products to be stopped immediately in England, while an inquiry was ongoing. Although the Government has refused a public inquiry into the use of mesh implants for now, we can’t help but wonder how surgeons will be able to help patients going forward should a ban have happened immediately?
The London Medical Education Academy offers in its portfolio of courses the ‘Native Continence Surgery’ course. The next course is taking place on Saturday, 18th November in Nottingham and there are a couple of places still available.
Attending our course will allow you to keep up to date with the latest techniques on how to do:
- Open Colposuspension, Standard Technique (Burch) Variations (Tanagho & Obturator Shelf)
- Autologuous sling (Aldridge’s technique)
- Autologuous sling (Sling on a string
The course uses fresh frozen cadavers to provide hands-on training, allowing you to practice the procedures in a safe environment. You get the opportunity to have an in-depth surgical experience, 7 CPD points, valuable networking and finally you will receive training from renown experts.
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