Develop your surgical skills with IBC Medical Services Laparoscopy Course!

Do you want to improve your laparoscopic surgery skills? Would you like hands on practical sessions, using state of the art equipment? Do you want to be able to prove the best standard of surgical treatment for your patients?

Laparoscopy course

IBC is excited to present our upcoming Laparoscopy training course on the 22nd to 26th September 2016 in Dubai!

Our highly skilled visiting surgeons, who have many years of experience in the field, will be guiding delegates through the course and sharing their skills. They will take delegates from exercises to improve hand eye coordination through to dissection techniques and intra-corporal suturing to ensure water-tight anastomoses. This will also be the perfect opportunity for delegates to ask specific questions about their own laparoscopic technique and gain specialist advice.

One of the highlights of this course is the opportunity to practice new found skills using our state of the art laparoscopy simulation, a facility unique in the UAE to IBC. Delegates will be able to get one-to- one feedback from specialists in the field and gain valuable experience!

Completing this course will provide delegates with not only 27.5 CME accredited hours and a course certificate but the essential surgical techniques necessary to develop your laparoscopic technique to improve your surgical practice.

Find out more today and book now to confirm your place at:

We hope to see you there!



IBC Medical Services conducted its 25th Certification Course in Laparoscopy (BASIC – INTERMEDIATE) on 05-09, May 2016 at Grand Excelsior Hotel, Dubai; UAE. The delegates were from GCC & Indian subcontinent countries who attended a 5 day full practical training course with a thrust on Knotting & Suturing Techniques where they received 27.5 CME Credit Hours from Dubai Health Authority (DHA).

The course faculty consisted of an International Eminent Speaker from UK & India. The first day was an overview of laparoscopy surgery consisting of demonstration & presentation along with lab exercises. The delegates received a decent understanding on abdominal access techniques with hands-on training in laparoscopy instrumentation. Lab Exercises consisted of 4 Levels wherein Level 1 Exercises aimed to improve eye-hand coordination & helped participants to gain control over depth perception.


The next couple of days all delegates acquired an insight to tissue approximation, knotting & suturing, CO2 related issues through lab exercises conducted during the Certification Course in Laparoscopy. IBC Medical services is the only simulation center in the Middle East having eight laparoscopy towers where the delegates got a hands-on practice of Monopolar & Bipolar Electro Surgical dissection on tissue,  Abdominal Access Technique & Camera Holding through our workshop training.

On the last day, the faculty covered complications in laparoscopic surgery with lab practice and a Fine Tuning in Hysteroscopy and Suturing. The day ended with a Question and Answer and certification for the Laparoscopy course with free practice for all the delegates on our eight laparoscopy towers.

We like to congratulate all the delegates for getting certified & the faculty for conducting our 25th Certification course in Laparoscopy.

Be part of our 26th Certification Course in Laparoscopy! Details here:

Laparoscopic bariatric surgery best option for obese: Dr Ashish Vashistha



Interestingly, the patients who are morbidly obese with medical problems like diabetes, hypertension, sleep apnea, knee pain can notably benefit from laparoscopic bariatric surgery.
Dr Ashish Vashistha, a bariatric surgeon at Max Hospital, said that bariatric surgery was an ideal for a morbidly obese patient who could not lose weight through weight loss programs.
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What is Bariatric or weight loss surgery procedure?

Weight Loss surgery is a treatment option for patients with severe obesity. It can cause significant weight reduction by altering your body’s food digestion and absorption pattern. The choice of procedure should be decided after a discussion with your Bariatric surgeon. Bariatric surgery is now performed laparoscopically (‘key hole surgery’) which leads to early recovery as it minimizes trauma of surgical access.



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IBC speakers are thought-leaders who inspire doctors to greater success through new ideas

Meet some of our Medical Programs Faculty and their areas of expertise:
IBC speakers are thought-leaders who inspire doctors to greater success through new ideas, strategies and perspectives

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Dr. Anil Gudi  

Director Fertility Plus London
Medical Director, Homerton Fertility Centre
Hon. Senior Lecture, Queen Mary University London

Dr. Amit Shah  

Director Fertility Plus London
Director Homerton Fertility Centre
Hon. Senior Lecturer Queen Mary University London