Urology

Dartford Flexible Cystoscopy Course 

Friday - 12 November, 2021
09:00 - 16:30 GMT (UK)

6 CPD CREDITS AWARDED BY BAUS

Dartford Flexible Cystoscopy Course offers an invaluable day of education consisting of presentations in the morning followed by practical work on bladder models in the afternoon.

Course Highlights:

  • Anatomy and physiology of the lower urinary tract
  • Flexible cystoscopy
  • Complications and antibiotic prophylaxis
  • Tips and tricks
  • Equipment and setting up a flexible cystoscopy
  • Practical skills workshop
Who should attend?

Urologists, Gynaecologists, Nurses and other Health Care Professionals

Course Fee

£125.00

Location

Institute of Medical Sciences
Canterbury Christchurch University
Chatham Maritime, Kent, ME4 4UF

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Meet the Course Chairman

Madaan
Professor Sanjeev Madaan, PhD, FRCS (Urol), FEBU

Darent Valley Hospital (DVH)
Dartford, UK

Specialises in

• Benign Prostate disorders
• General urology
• Urological oncology

Clinical interests

Prof Madaan manages most general urological conditions and is the lead clinician for the treatment of urological cancer at Darent Valley Hospital (DVH), Dartford. He is an expert laparoscopic & Robotic surgeon. He has performed more than 700 major cancer operations (including prostate, bladder and kidney).

Prof Madaan has a regional & national profile. He is an expert advisor to NICE centre for Guidelines and was involved in writing latest prostate cancer guidelines published in 2019. He is chairman of Urology tumour group at Kent & medway cancer alliance. He is also lead for Urology cancer research in KSS (Kent, Surry & Sussex). He has interest in teaching and is actively involved in the laparoscopic training. He is a visiting professor with Canterbury Christchurch University.

Innovation

Prof Madaan uses innovative techniques like targeted prostate biopsy (fusion biopsy) for better detection of prostate cancer & blue light cystoscopy for bladder cancers. He also started various other new services at DVH including hyperthermia MMC for the treatment of bladder cancer and supported self-management for patients with prostate cancer. He is winner of ‘DVH hospital innovation and improvement award 2015’ for his innovation and introduction of new services.

Areas of interest

Prostate disease including BPH and prostate cancer - Robotic prostatectomy; Bladder problems including Bladder cancer; kidney stones and Kidney (renal) cancer - laparoscopic nephrectomy; Urological oncology; Laparoscopic procedures ('keyhole surgery') e.g. laparoscopic pyeloplasty, laparoscopic varicocele ligation etc; LUTS; incontinence; impotence; testis related problems; most general urology conditions.