ADVANCES IN UROGYNAECOLOGY 2019

New Horizons, Old Myths!

15 – 17  November 2019, KIMS Hyderabad

AIUG 2019

Dear colleagues, Here we are again, exploring new horizons and breaking old myths with world-renowned experts in the field of Urogynaecology. Our last conference in 2017 was well appreciated and the interest shown by the delegates, was very rewarding. The latest storm over mesh has brought us closer to native tissue repair in SUI and prolapse. The live telecast will include these procedures in addition to many other interesting surgeries. In our didactic sessions, we endeavor to cover the spectrum of Urogynaecology including controversies in Cosmetic Gynecological surgeries and Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS). We have meticulously designed realistic simulators for preconference hands-on workshops, wherein you get to interact with the faculty one-on-one. We are pleased to present this unique opportunity to hear and learn from ‘The Best’. So, let us meet, interact and share knowledge. This inspirational and energizing meeting will undoubtedly leave you recharged for better patient care – our ultimate motive!

The capacity to learn is a gift; The ability to learn is a skill; The willingness to learn is a Choice’

Brian Herbert

Dr Anuradha Koduri

Dr Neena Desai

Paper Presentation

The free papers would be presented in the main hall

Refreshing Sessions

Refresh sessions – on Pelvic anatomy and with practical presentation

Case Discussions

Difficult case presentations, Interaction with the faculty.

Techniques

Exposure to the latest techniques that are evidence based

INTERNATIONAL FACULTY

  • Prof. Catherine Ann Matthews
    Prof. Catherine Ann Matthews
  • Prof Kimberly Kenton
    Prof Kimberly Kenton
  • Prof Ajay Rane OAM,
    Prof Ajay Rane OAM,
  • Dr Sohier Elneil
    Dr Sohier Elneil
  • Dr Giulio Santoro
    Dr Giulio Santoro
  • Dr Ulrich Mehnert
    Dr Ulrich Mehnert
  • Dr Jure Tornic
    Dr Jure Tornic

NATIONAL FACULTY

Dr Ashok Khurana

MD, Radiologist
Delhi

Dr Rajesh Taneja

Sr. Consultant, Urology & Andrology, Delhi

Dr Rajamaheshwari

MD, MCh (URO)
Chennai

Dr Tamil Selvi

MBBS, DGO, MRCOG
Chennai

Dr Meera Raghavan

MD, MNAMS, DFFP,
FRCOG Chennai

Dr Aparna Hedge

MD, DNB, FCPS,
DGO, MS

Dr Pawan Vasudeva

M.S, M.R.C.S., M.Ch
EAU, JUA, AUA Fellow

Dr P Balamba

MD, DGO, Retired Prof Emeritus
NTR University

Dr. K. Lalitha

M.D, M.Ch
Century Hospital

Dr. Aruna Kekre

Prof OBGYN, Urogynecology
DV, CMC Vellore

Dr Srikala Prasad

MD, DGO, MCh (URO)
Chennai

Dr Madhu Naidu

MRCOG, CCST(UK)
Bengaluru

Dr Manjula Anagani

MD, FICOG, Maxcure Suyosha, Hyderabad

Dr Mahalakshmi

MBBS, MD PROF & HOD,
Gandhi Medical College

Dr Shailesh P

Consultant Oncosurgeon
Pune

Dr Anita Patel

M.S, M.Ch
D.N.B, F.R.C.S

Dr Tripura Sundari

MD, DGO, HOD OBGYN,
KIMS

Dr Garuda lakshmi

MD, DNB, PROF & HOD,
Osmania Medical College

Dr Anuradha Panda

MD, FCPS
Apollo Hyderabad

Dr V Surya Prakash

MS, FRCS, MCh, DNB
Hyderabad

Dr Mangesh Narwadkar

DGO, DNB
Nanded

Dr Ashok Kiran

MS,CU
Bengaluru

Dr Ganesh Gopalakrishnan

MS, MCh, Retd Proff
CMC Vellore

Dr Nita Thakre

MD, Chairperson FOGSI,
UROGYN Committee (Advisor)

Dr Chandrashekar M

DGO, DNB,CU
Bengaluru

Dr R Nagarathnamma

MD, FIMSA
Bengaluru

Dr Varghese Mathai

MS, Colorectal Surgeon
Apollo, Hyderabad

Dr Sasikala Kola

MBBS, MD, DGO
Sr Consultant OBGYN

Dr Swarajyalakshmi

MD,DGO, Retired HOD
Osmania Medical College

Dr Seetha Lakshmi

DGO, DNB
Chennai

Dr Aruna Suman

Sr Consultant of OB/GYN
at MGMH Hospitals

Dr Ambuja

MBBS, MD
Sr Consultant OBGYN

Dr Sanjay Pandey

MS, MCh (URO)
Mumbai

Dr Priyamvada C Reddy

MD
Apollo Hyderabad

Dr Kameswari S

MRCOG
Hyderabad

Dr Amita Jain

MS
Delhi

Dr Nitin Kekre

MD, MCh
CMC Vellore

Dr Gopichand

Sr Consultant Urologist
KIMS Hospitals

Dr Arabind Panda

Sr. Consultant Urologist
KIMS Hospital

Dr N Upendra Kumar

MS, MCh, Sr. Consultant
Urologist KIMS

Dr A Ravi Kumar

MS, DNB (URO) Sr Consultant
Urologist & Andrologist

Dr Madhavi

MD, Radiologist
Hyderabad

Dr DVRSK Prasad

MS, MCh
HOD, Hyderabad

Henry Prakash Magimairaj

Rehabilitation Physician
CMC Vellore

Dr Ajay Kumar Midde

MPT, MIAP, LPT, TDCS, HOD Neurorehabilitation KIMS

ORGANIZING TEAM

Dr Anuradha Koduri

MD, FACOG, FPMRS HOD UROGYN
KIMS (Secretary)

Dr Neena Desai

MD, DGO Robotic Surgeon
EX HOD OBGYN KIMS (Chair Person)

Dr L Fahmida Banu

MD, DGO, DNBE, FRCOG, FICOG
(Joint Secretary) Director
Fehmicare Hospital

Dr Lakshmi Rathna

MD, DGO, FICOG, PGDMLS, HOD OBGYN, NICE Hospital (Scientific Committee Chair)

Dr Manjula Rao

MD, HOD OBGYN Durgabai
Deshmukh Hospital (Treasurer)

Conference CoordinatorS

Dr Nirmala Papalkar

MD, DNB, CU

Dr Bindhupriya

MS, DNB, CU

Dr Tanvir Singh

MS, ISGE Bachelor in MIGS

Dr Sarika Pandya

MS, DNB (GUS)

OUR SINCERE HEARTFELT THANKS TO

Dr Bhaskar Rao

MD & CEO KIMS Hospital
Hyderabad

Dr Evita Fernandez

FRCOG, Managing Director
Fernandez Hospitals.

Dr S Shantha Kumari

MD, DNB, FICOG
FRCP, FRCOG

Dr Pushpalatha

MD, Director of Laxmi
Hospital & Research centre

For your continuous, unrelenting support, guidance and encouragement !

Workshops

Course Director                                                                                                               Co-Directors Catherine Matthews                                                                                          Dr. Anuradha Koduri Dr. Lalitha Prasad   The American college of Ob/Gyn is now training all gynecologists to do TOTs and TVTs because they believe that the burden of Incontinence in women will be so high that it would not be possible for one specialty to handle it alone. Also, we are very familiar with the vulvo-vaginal anatomy and the female perineum and so it makes more sense for us to learn it. The procedure is very simple and gives you 94% success. What to Expect from the Workshop? The aim of this workshop is to provide both theoretical and practical knowledge regarding TVTs and TOTs, and to help the delegates become more proficient.
  1. To familiarize the delegates with the anatomy of the Obturator Foramen as well as the perineum.
  2. Understanding the instrumentation.
  3. Receive step-by-step coaching by world-class faculty, and practice on silicone pelvic simulators mimicking real-life scenarios.
  4. Guidelines will be provided.
After taking part in this workshop, participants will be able to know the indications, understand the prerequisites, select the procedure, learn the procedures and how to manage the complications post operatively. The workshop will be divided into 5 parts:
  1. A didactic session about SUI and the various slings that are available, and their pros and cons.
  2. Video presentation.
  3. A display of the various slings that are available in India and how they work.
  4. Using the model that we have created, you will receive step-wise guidance from experts in doing TOT/TVT, understand the obturator fossa anatomy and use the sling instruments and practice placing the slings. You are going to spend the maximum time here trying to perfect your technique.
  5. A Q/A session to clear any doubts.
At the end of the workshop you will receive a participation certificate. We hope that you will learn, enjoy and benefit from this workshop. We recommend that for the first 5 cases you should call somebody experienced to stand by and document it. In the current medico-legal climate it will be useful. You will also get a step-by-step manual to take home with you. If all else fails, we are just a phone call away. Good luck!
  1. Course Directors: Dr Kimberley Kenton, Dr Lakshmi Rathna Sacrocolpopexy is one of the effective surgeries in the treatment of apical prolapse. Laparoscopic approach offers the patient the advantages of an abdominal technique without the morbidity of having an incision. It, however, maybe challenging due to the need for laparoscopic surgical skills and advanced suturing skills. Here we propose to train you on a realistic model so that at the end of this workshop you will be able to attempt a LSC. Goals:
    1. Familiarize you with the laparoscopic pelvic anatomy, especially the ureter.
    2. The selection of the patients.
    3. How to avoid the technical difficulties during the procedure.
    4. Orient you with the instruments and intracorporeal suturing.
    5. Understand the complications and management.
    6. Pre and post operative care.
    What to Expect:
    1. We will have adequate work stations, equipped with lap trainers, instruments, Y-shaped mesh, and sutures. We expect 2 delegates for each station.
    2. Inside the lap trainers, we have constructed a realistic vault prolapse scenario which you will be repairing during the workshop.
    3. In order to have a realistic experience, we have substituted animal intestine in place of a plastic vagina.
    4. Didactic sessions and videos on the procedure as well as the models that you can work on.
    5. You will be taught and supervised by world-class faculty with a free exchange of ideas and enough time to suture the mesh in place.
    6. The course will last for 8 hours leaving you ample time to interact with the faculty as well as practice on the models.
    Please make the best of it by reading the material ahead of time and having your doubts and questions written so that the faculty can answer you on a one to one basis.
Director: Dr Giulio Santoro, Italy Co-directors: Dr Aparna Hegde, Dr Ashok Khurana Pelvic floor considerations run the full spectrum of obstetric and gynaecological care. Deciphering the Pelvic floor is mandatory for every doctor who practices Obstetrics, Gynecology, Urology and Colorectal surgery. Ultrasound assessment of pelvic floor allows a clear understanding of the underlying anatomical details which   is crucial, whether you are doing a  vaginal delivery or pelvic/ vaginal surgery, or repairing a 3degree, 4thdegree  perineal tear. Understanding the dynamics of the pelvic floor is of utmost importance in the evaluation of Incontinence ,prolapse and Pelvic reconstructive surgery and some nonsurgical interventions The high rate of surgical failure and the need for repeat surgery are mostly because of the lack of comprehensive knowledge about the pathophysiology of such diseases. The turning point in the management was clearer comprehension of the anatomy by MRI and endoanal-endorectal ultrasound. The latter although is an affordable and reliable diagnostic instrument, there is a lack of formal training in most countries in all the relevant specialities. Anorectal disorders, although underreported in most parts of the world are quite common (close to 3-7%) and significantly affect patients’ quality of life. With the increasing awareness, patients are more willing to seek medical help for their embarrassing problems. So, here’s a unique opportunity in a developing country to learn from the BEST the right ways to manage your patients with fecal incontinence, anorectal fistulae, obstruction defecation syndrome etc. In addition this will help you in the appropriate case selection for different types of slings’ placement, diagnosis of any pathology in the periurethral region and complications in previous mesh surgeries and plan the corrective surgery accordingly. Goals of the Workshop
  1. Both theoretical and practical knowledge about Anatomy of the perineum, pelvic floor and anal sphincter.
  2. Understanding the physiology, dynamics and pathology on ultrasound appearance.
  3. Interpretation of the 3D images.
  4. Hands-on experience on transperineal ultrasound on volunteers.
This will be a full day course and the delegates can discuss their doubts and difficulties with the faculty one-on-one. I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand. ~Confucius The Course Director Dr. Giulio A. Santoro was educated at the University of Naples and at the University of Siena (PhD), Italy. He has been Chief of the Pelvic Floor Unit and Consultant General Surgeon and Colorectal Surgeon, Department of Surgery at Treviso Regional Hospital, Italy for 20 years. He is Director of the Italian School of Pelvic Floor Ultrasonography and Past-President of the Italian Society of Colorectal Surgery. He was Consultant Colorectal Surgeon at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi for 1 year from August 2014 to 2015. He also holds academic appointments as Professor of Gastrointestinal Surgery at University of Padua, Italy and Honorary Professor of Surgery at Shandong University, China. He is member of the editorial board of World Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery, Female Pelvic Medicine Reconstructive Surgery, Journal of Ultrasonography and Pelviperineology. He is also author of more than 200 chapters and articles published on peer-review journals as well as the author of four books (Atlas of Endoanal and Endorectal Ultrasonography; Benign Anorectal Diseases; Pelvic Floor; Pelvic Floor Disorders; Rectal Cancer). He was in the faculty of more than 300 international congresses, workshops and courses. He was President of the VI° National Congress of SICCR in 2015.
Course Directors – Faculty from Urodynamics Committee, ICS(International Continence Society)
  1. Dr Pawan Vasudeva
  2. Dr Ulrich Mehnert
  3. Dr Jure Tornic
Date – 14 th November 2019, 9 AM TO 5 PM Venue- KIMS Auditorium, 15th floor, secunderabad   “The   glory  of  medicine  is   that   it   is  constantly moving  forward, that  there  is  always  more  to  learn”   William  J  Mayo We welcome you to this full day workshop on Urodynamics which had been approved by International Continence Society. We hope that by the end of the workshop participants will have a sound practical knowledge on the principles and clinical applications of Urodynamics. Urodynamics is an important armamentarium in the evaluation of women with Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS). The validity of the test lies in setting up the equipment, calibration and interpretation and hence proper training and the need for practical workshops. This workshop intends to provide a practical course with an interactive environment for the practitioners to improve their basic and advanced clinical skills in urodynamic study. There will be didactic lectures from world renowned faculty of ICS followed by practical demonstration of setting up the equipment, calibration, performing the test on a live patient and discussion of urodynamic tracings and their clinical implications. After the course the participant will be able to know the setting up of the equipment, trace artefacts, conduct the study as per Good Clinical Practice guidelines, trouble shooting, interpretation of traces. We request all practitioners dealing with female LUTS to make use of this unique opportunity and get a thorough working knowledge on Urodynamics and in turn better patient care. So do register, attend, interact, learn and Master the study of Urodynamics. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. Henry Ford

VENUE

AUDITORIUM, KIMS HOSPITAL HYDERABAD

15, 16, 17 November 2019

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

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Account Details

Account No   000805014291
Account Name  Krishna Institute of Medical sciences Ltd
IFSC Code  ICIC0000008
Branch  Khairatabad
MICR Code 500229002
SWIFT Code ICICINBBCTS

ABOUT HYDERABAD

Hyderabad is the capital of southern India’s Telangana state. A major center for the technology industry, it’s home to many upscale restaurants and shops. Its historic sites include Golconda Fort, a former diamond-trading center that was once the Qutb Shahi dynastic capital. The Charminar, a 16th-century mosque whose 4 arches support towering minarets, is an old city landmark near the long-standing Laad Bazaar. Feel free to explore Hyderabad.

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AIUG2019
Prof. Catherine Ann Matthews

Prof. Catherine Ann Matthews
MD, FACOG, FPMRS

Dr Catherine Matthews is Co-Director of Female Pelvic Medicine and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery in Wake Forest school of Medicine, North Carolina. She has been on several National and International Education Committees, Professional panels, Boards and Councils. She is a Board examiner of ABOG / FPMRS. She is a peer reviewer of international journals and has contributed hugely to the field of Urogynecology. She has won many awards and honors. She is a much sought-after surgeon and has been sharing her knowledge and experience in many countries.

Prof Kimberly Kenton

PROF. KIMBERLY KENTON
MD, MS, FACS, FACOG

She is a Division Chief and Fellowship director Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery in North Western University, Chicago. She is a reviewer of many reputed international journals like BJOG , NEJM, Neuro urodynamics. She has received many awards and honors. Her areas of expertise are Urinary Incontinence and has been a part of many clinical trials from NIH.

Prof Ajay Rane OAM,

Prof Ajay Rane OAM
MD, Consultant Urogynaecologist, Professor & HOD OBGYN, James Cook University, Townsville.

Prof Rane has dedicated his career to improve women’s health and their dignity. Recognising his
humanitarian work, the Government of Tamil Naidu named the ward after his wife” Dr Paula Rane
Fistula Ward”- a first in government hospital, Chennai. He has been a Chair of Fistula & Genital
Trauma, FIGO and trained surgeons in Africa & Asia. He has several publications to his credit and serves on many international boards. He has many patents such as Perigee, Duneze etc. He has been awarded the Order of Australia in 2013. He is well appreciated globally for his teaching and operative techniques.

Dr Sohier Elneil

DR SOHIER ELNEIL
BSc, MBChB, MRCOG, PhD Pharmacology, CCT, Urogynaecology CCT
MRCOG, PhD Pharmacology

Consultant in Urogynaecology and Uro-neurology
University College London Hospital & National Hospital for Neurology &Neurosurgery
She has done extensive research on Obstetric Fistula in the Developing World, SNM and Female Genital Mutilation and Chronic pelvic pain. She is a member of NICE Committee on Mesh Complications and has several publications to her credit.

Dr Giulio Santoro

Giulio A. Santoro has been Chief of the Pelvic Floor Unit and Consultant General Surgeon and Colorectal Surgeon, Department of Surgery at Treviso Regional Hospital, Italy for 20 years. He also holds academic appointments as Professor of Gastrointestinal Surgery at University of Padua, Italy and Honorary Professor of Surgery at Shandong University, China. He is Director of the Italian School of Pelvic Floor Ultrasonography and Past-President of the Italian Society of Colorectal Surgery. He is member of the editorial board of World Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery, Female Pelvic Medicine Reconstructive Surgery, Journal of Ultrasonography and Pelviperineology. He is also author of more than 200 chapters and articles published on peer-review journals as well as the author of four books (Atlas of Endoanal and Endorectal Ultrasonography; Benign Anorectal Diseases; Pelvic Floor Disorders; Rectal Cancer).

Dr Ulrich Mehnert

Dr Ulrich Mehnert is a Consultant Urologist, Vice head of Neuro-Urology, Spinal cord Injury Center, University of Zurich, Balgrist University Hospital, Zurich, Switzerland. 

Trained in Germany, France and USA, he has a commendable academic and teaching record. He has been a part of multiple Urodynamics’ education programmes through ICS and many clinical research projects. He has received advanced training in Good Clinical Practice, Academic Didactics and Radiation Protection. He has several honours and awards to his credit and is a reviewer of reputed International journals.

Dr Jure Tornic

Dr Jure Tornic, MD is a Consultant Urological Surgeon in the department of Neuro-Urology at Balgrist University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland.

His professional interests are Functional Urology and Urogynecology, Urodynamics, Female pelvic floor Reconstructive Surgery, Mesh complication surgeries, Chronic pelvic pain, Neuromodulation, Endourology and Clinical research.

He has undergone subspeciality training in Urogynaecology and Neuro-Urology at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London.

He is a member of many coveted professional organizations like AUA, EAU and ICS. He is regularly involved in teaching programmes by ICS and in Neuro-Urogynaecology workshops. He has several publications to his credit and has received many grants for research in Continence.