By: 22 December 2016
7–8 March 2017 – Minimally Invasive Surgery Congress; London

With the advent of new technological advances and surgical techniques, Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) has witnessed a robotic revolution in the field of surgery in the form of Da Vinci robotic systems making MIS procedures a widely accepted standard of care for most of the clinical specialties all over the world.

Minimally Invasive Surgery Congress to be held on 7th– 8th March 2017 in London, UK aims to cater a platform for the surgeons, physicians, residents, clinical specialty nurses and affiliated medical professionals to discuss the novel technological advances, emerging trends, challenges and future perspectives in minimally invasive surgery for managing disorders related to urology, colorectal, hip and knee. This two-day program will consist of expert keynote presentations, breakthrough sessions and live case studies which will provide an opportunity for the stakeholders to participate in this scientific meeting and network with peers keeping abreast of the latest developments in minimally invasive surgery.


Key Highlights:

  • Emerging trends and challenges in robotic surgery using Da Vinci Si and Xi
  • Applications and future perspectives of 3D printing technology
  • Augmented and Virtual Reality in surgical education
  • New advances in three-dimensional laparoscopic surgery
  • Critical novel techniques in robotic nephrectomies and prostatectomies
  • Surgical innovations in haptics enabled image guided robotic surgery
  • Expert sessions on Transanal Endoscopic Microsurgery & Transanal Total Mesorectal Excision
  • TAMIS for colorectal disorders
  • 3D computer assisted patient specific knee and hip replacements
  • Advances and controversies in ACL surgery
  • Modern concepts in different approaches for hip and knee replacements
  • Effective breakthrough sessions on Lap Vs Robot approach


Why attend?
·         Learn about the latest advances and challenges in minimally invasive surgery from the leading experts

·         Breakthrough panel sessions discussing about the latest controversies in MIS

·         Live case studies presented by the leading consultant surgeons from NHS Hospitals

·         Interact and network with global experts in a more informal atmosphere for exchange of experiences
Who should attend?

From hospitals, universities and private clinics associated with urology, colorectal, hip and knee surgery

  • Surgeons
  • Primary care physicians
  • Professors
  • Researchers
  • Residents
  • Fellows-in-training
  • Clinical specialty nurses/clinical nurse specialists/endoscopy nurses
  • Theatre scrubs
  • Surgical technologists
  • Biomedical scientists/engineers

7–8 March 2017

Minimally Invasive Surgery Congress

Venue: London, UK

Contact: Ajay Nimbalkar
Email :
Tel : +91 20 3010 8270