Controlling Hemostasis During Open Liver Resection

Jeremy French

Jeremy French
Hepato-pancreato-biliary and Transplant Surgeon

Mr Jeremy French was appointed to the Freeman Hospital and joined the team in January 2008.  He trained in Newcastle and Leeds and his research interests are acute pancreatitis and pancreatic cancer. Mr French is active in the field of surgical education and particular clinical interests are minimally invasive HPB surgery (such as percuatneous pancreatic necrosectomy and laparoscopic hepatic/pancreatic resection), acute pancreatitis, and retroperitoneal sarcoma. View full profile

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Course Overview:

Please join us on January 28th, 2014 at 7:00pm CET/1:00pm EST as Jeremy French, MD from Freeman Hospital, Newcastle, UK, shares his perspective on the use of the Aquamantys System to control bleeding during an open liver resection.  Dr. French will demonstrate the use of Medtronic Advanced Energy’s Transcollation technology in conjunction with ultrasonic dissection to achieve hemostasis throughout the procedures.

Learning Objectives:

Participants should gain understanding of using the Aquamantys System to control bleeding during parenchymal resection with an ultrasonic dissector

Why:

The Aquamantys System has been show to effectively achieve hemostasis through Transcollation Technology, a blend of RF energy and saline.

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