2nd Diakonessenhuis Pediatric Mastoid Obliteration Live Surgery
June 16-17, 2020
Dr. Pepijn Borggreven, Dr. David Colnot and Dr. Jasper Quak warmly welcome you to join us in on June 16-17, 2020 in Utrecht (the Netherlands) for the 2nd Diakonessenhuis Pediatric Mastoid Obliteration Live Surgery.
This international event is intended for professionals in the field of otology. The course will give you the unique opportunity to gain more insight into mastoid reconstruction and the use of the Bonalive® technology and its position in pediatric mastoid obliteration.
The course starts with a patient case presentation dinner on Tuesday June 16. The next day, two pediatric surgeries, presentations, and a case discussion are planned. The day will have a dynamic character and there is plenty of room for discussion.
- Dr. Pepijn Borggreven,
- Dr. David Colnot,
- Dr. Jasper Quak
- On Tuesday evening and Wednesday June 16-17, 2020
- Meeting Room 1, Diakonessenhuis Utrecht (Address: Bosboomstraat 1, Utrecht, The Netherlands)
June 16th, 2020
19.00 - 22.00 Patient case presentation and dinner
June 17th, 2020
Moderator: Dr. Pepijn Borggreven
8:30 Live surgery 1
10:30 Bonalive® granules - a smart technology to improve the quality of life for your mastoidectomy patient | Tanja Wigell
11:00 Why obliterate? Differences in CWU and CWD obliteration | Dr. David Colnot
12:15 Live surgery 2
14:15 Participants' presentation of own difficult patient cases
14:45 Challenges and pitfalls in mastoid obliteration | Dr. Pepjin Borggreven
15:15 Practical workshop demonstrating the obliteration and handling of S53P4 bioactive glass granules with mastoid demo models
15:30 The Diakonessenhuis experience: 100 pediatric patients with COM and Cholesteatoma | Dr. Jasper Quak
15:45 Closing remarks, farewell
Dinner (preregistration required), course materials, coffee, tee and lunch
Until 2 months before the course: Total course fee and hotel costs are refunded.
Later than 2 month before the course: No refunds possible.
Cancellation must be notified in writing to Edwin Leander (firstname.lastname@example.org)