Söring presents its unique ENP Micro instrument, which helps to remove deep-seated brain tumours within the ventricle system, at the hands-on workshop on cerebral and ventricular neuroendoscopy in Naples, Italy from January 20 to 24.
About 80 neurosurgeons from all over the world get together to learn more about indications, products, surgical techniques and challenges in neuroendoscopy. Throughout the event case studies provide further insights.
Hands-on workshop with endoscopic ultrasonic instrument ENP
Directly following the comprehensive lecture program, daily practice on anatomical and animal models will follow. At a total of 24 workstations the participants will try out minimally invasive techniques with different instruments, including the Endoscopic Neurosurgical Pen (ENP) from Söring.
In contrast to manual instruments, the ENP uses ultrasonic technology to fragment the tumor and to remove it directly via its integrated aspiration system, instead of removing it piece by piece. This significantly simplifies and accelerates the minimally invasive procedure since the time-consuming insertion and removal of the instrument through the endoscopic working channel is avoided.
Learn more about the effectiveness of the ENP and get Söring's study one pager about the neuroendoscopic removal of intraventricular tumours.
Internationally renowned event
The Hands-on Workshop for "Cerebral and Ventricular Neuroendoscopy" is one of the most important international trainings in neuroendoscopy. It is organized by the International Federation for Neuroendoscopy (IFNE) and is under the patronage of the Japanese Society for Neuroendoscopy (JSNE), the Latin American Group on Neuroendoscopic Studies (GLEN), the Indian Society for Neuroendoscopy (ISNE), the Neuroendoscopy Committee of the World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies (WFNS) and the European Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery (WFNS) and, this year for the first time, the Chinese Society of Neuroendoscopy (CSNE).