Welcome to the Aesculap Academy
Seminars and workshops of the Aesculap Academy keep medical practitioners, hospital personnel and hospital management fit for the future. Since 1995 Aesculap Academy is contributing to the interdisciplinary communication and dialogue in medicine through the wide range of course offerings.
The Aesculap Academy enjoys a worldwide reputation for medical training of physicians, senior nursing staff and staff in OR, anesthesia, ward and hospital management. The CME accredited courses consist of hands-on workshop, management seminars and international symposia. The Aesculap Academy courses are of premium quality and accredited by the respective medical societies and international medical associations.
4th SARA spring symposium
This year’s programme comprises state-of-the-art lectures, future development and economical aspects of regional anaesthesia and provides exciting and comprehensive up-to-date learning opportunities for consultants, specialty doctors, trainees and fellows.
Workshop Implantation Techniques for Venous Access Ports
Following the successful second edition of our international workshop on Implantation Techniques of Vascular Access Devices, we are delighted to invite you to actively participate in our third international course. In this multidisciplinary multi-professional course, you will share knowledge during several interactive courses on ultrasound principles, implantation techniques and perioperative guidance for catheter tip location with IEG. Moreover you will be offered the opportunity to perform yourself vascular assessment in vivo and echo-guided punctures in vitro. You will also get a chance to see some live procedures of catheter implantations, directly transmitted from the OT. Care and maintenance for the devices will be discussed as well as postoperative complications during the lifetime of the port.
The 1st Sapporo Live Microneurosurgery Course in Cerebrovascular and Skull Base Surgery
The course is designed for the participants to learn the practical aspect of basic approach to aneurysm, skull base surgeries, anatomy and cerebral revascularization. The program includes preoperative lectures and discussions in the morning and the review and discussion on the surgeries in the evening from Monday to Friday.