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MEDICAL SOCIETY TO DISCUSS MOLECULAR ENERGY’S ROLE IN FUTURE GYN TECHNOLOGY
MISWEEK ’17 Panel to Include Dr. Andrew Brill from California Pacific Medical Center
Using energy to operate is the future of Surgical Gynecology. The idea is becoming more popular and more clinically relevant. This session will review the commonly used energy sources in surgery, helping us understand how the new technology is producing success in medicine, as well as recognizing its limitations. This education is critically important to achieving successful outcomes, minimizing complications and enhancing the safety of patients and personnel. This session will provide an overview and will discuss strategies to optimize the use of energy sources during surgery to improve surgical care and outcomes.
Dr. Andrew Brill, director, Minimally Invasive Gynecology and Reparative Pelvic Surgery, California Pacific Medical Center
Dr. John E. Morrison, Jr., associate professor of clinical surgery, LSU Health
Dr. Samay Jain, surgical oncologist, University of Toledo
Dr. Raymond Lanzafame, general surgeon, board member, SLS
Dr. Richard Satava, professor emeritus, University of Washington, Department of Surgery
Moderated by Medical Society SLS
MISWEEK’S “My Favorite Surgical Energy and Why I Use It”
You will learn:
• Why are we moving toward energy medicine?
• Can we imagine non-invasive surgery—what would it look like to use energy to operate?
• What are the energy devices and how do we safely use them?
During SLS’ 27th MISWEEK, Thursday, September 7: 10:30-11:30 a.m.
The Hilton San Francisco Union Square Hotel, 333 O’Farrell St, San Francisco, CA 94102, (415) 771-1400
INTERVIEWS AVAILABLE: pre-SLS, on site or post-event