St. Petersburg is considered the "cradle" of home otorhinolaryngology and reconstructive surgery of the ear, and the doctors of the St. Petersburg Research Institute are among the most qualified in our country, therefore any training they have for regional colleagues is always a step forward.
About 20 specialists fr om Moscow, Ekaterinburg and the Sverdlovsk region took the experience of the doctors of the St. Petersburg Research Institute of Erection in carrying out a dissection of the temporal bone and tympanoplasty operations. Participants and speakers of the seminar hosted the City Clinical Hospital No. 40, wh ere there is all the necessary modern technical equipment for such an event.
During the theoretical part of the training, the physicians of the SPb LOR Research Institute addressed the audience. Head of the Department of Diagnosis and Rehabilitation of Hearing Loss of the ENT Research Institute of SPb, an expert of the international association of auditory implantation centers HEARRING Vladislav Kuzovkov delivered a course of lectures on the principles and characteristics of the dissection of the temporal bone and tympanoplasty. Later Vladislav Kuzovkov conducted several demonstrative operations on tympanoplasty.
Also, the practical part of the workshop included a temporal bone dissection, during which participants used MED-EL's middle ear Vibrant Soundbridge implants and electrodes for cochlear implantation. All operations were conducted with live broadcast from operational and two-way audio communication, so that colleagues could observe the process in practice, and discuss all the issues of interest.
The previous practical course on Otorhinolary and Hearing Implantation was held in June-July this year in St. Petersburg on the basis of the Military Medical Academy names after S.M.Kirov. Then he was visited by otolaryngologists and otosurgeons from different cities of Russia (Moscow, St. Petersburg, Ekaterinburg, Novgorod, Vologda, Kirov, Chelyabinsk, Togliatti, Yakutsk, Kotlas) and CIS countries. Read more ...