Cutting Edge 2019
Post Graduate registration - Only until 01st April 2019.
|Delegate - Early Bird||5500|
Early Bird registration - Until 01st April 2019.
|Dr Hema Divakar
CEO & Chairman
|Dr G V Divakar
|Dr Madhuri Patil
Programme Lead Infertility
|Dr Vidya V Bhat
Programme Lead Endoscopy
|Live Surgeries to be performed at Radhakrishna Hospital
Relay into ITC GARDENIA for discussions and interactions with delegates
|Session Five - Endometriosis Still An Enigmatic Disease
9.00 to 9.30 am Should we treat endometriosis in teenagers? 9.30 to 10.30 am Management of endometriosis in Infertility Medical and surgical management with videos to be played and commented upon 1. Why Endometriosis produces Infertility 2. Role of Ca 125 in diagnosis of endometriosis 3. Does ovarian suppression with medical treatment benefit Fertility? 4. Is assessment of ovarian reserve necessary before Surgery in ovarian endometriomas? 5. Should all endometriomas be treated before ART? 6. Role of Lifestyle in Infertile Patients with Endometriosis 7. Role of Medically Assisted Reproduction (IUI, IVF) in Endometriosis
|Session One - Sperm - A very sophisticated toolbox
Semen Analysis and Beyond – Is sophisticated sperm analysis and sperm function test ever required? 1. Role of CASA and advanced sperm function test? 2. Methods of sperm selection for ICSI – Does it make a difference ? 3. When to move from simple treatments to IVF? 4. Evidence for timed Intercourse verses IUI verses IVF verses ICSI
|The ART of ART ... Stump The Experts on realities in infertility practice
|Session Two - Selection of stimulation protocols to improve results in IVF
1. Mild stimulation protocols - How effective are they? 2. Controlled Ovarian Stimulation (COS) - Does individualised protocols save costs? 3. Leuteal phase support in IUI and IVF - What works best? 4. Low cost IVF ?
|Session Three - What Makes A Good Embryo?
1. Batch IVF – Does it affect embryo quality - Reality and the complexities 2. Who is responsible for the bad quality embryo - Embryologist or Clinician? 3. Single Embryo Transfer 4. Time-lapse embryo imaging: Does its use improve embryo implantation? 5. Should Freeze for all be the Order of Day – what is the evidence?
|Session Four - Repeated Implantation Failure - What’s Next?
1. Clinical conditions associated with RIF – how to tackle? 2. Dealing with laboratory contamination; poor fertilisation; rate poor cleavage pattern; good embryos but poor pregnancy rate
In conversation with Dr Hafeez Rehman - courage to deal with complications in endoscopic surgeries
|ARTIST REALITY AWARDS
|Session Six – Hysterscopy in management of infertility – what is the evidence
1. Routine hysteroscopy before IVF 2. Endometrial scratch - What is the evidence? 3. intrauterine adhesions 4. Arcuate uterus and septum 5. Diagnosis and treatment of subtle endometrial pathologies – Adenomyosis, chronic endometritis, Thin endometrium, fluid in cavity during COS, elusive pathological conditions (role of ERA)
KEY NOTE – Dr Harshad Sanghvi All about the learning curve KEY NOTE – Prof Manyonda New Horizons – search and research – positioning of inositiols
|Session Seven – Fibroids and fertility
How to manage multiple fibroids in reproductive laparoscopic surgery - Video clips with debates 1. Which fibroids should be operated before infertility treatment? 2. Does removal of intramural fibroid prior to IVF improves the chance of pregnancy? 3. The use of GnRH agonists prior to surgery improves the therapy of multiple fibroids 4. The role of vasoconstrictor such as vasopressin, epinephrine, and ornipressin help in the control of bleeding from the incised sites. 5. Temporary clipping of the uterine artery is an effective procedure in reducing blood loss during laparoscopic myomectomy. 6. In multiple fibroids, the maximal size must be 8–10 cm and the total number of fibroids should not exceed four because the procedure is excessively time-consuming and the surgeon can miss the smaller fibroids after the uterus has been incised and repaired in too many places. 7. There are now large numbers of pregnancies following laparoscopic myomectomy and the risk of uterine rupture in future pregnancies seems to be very low with good surgical technique.
|Closing Remarks and Reflections of the Event
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Event Start : 11 May 2019 8:30 AM
Event End : 12 May 2019 3:00 PM
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