September 2019 Basic Training

The 27th Basic Course in Minimal Access Surgery is here again. It begins from 8th (Arrival) September and ends on 14th (Departure) September, 2019. It will be held at Life International Hospital Awka, for more details contact the Course Coordinator Emma at 08067767492.

Prof. Joseph Ikechebelu

Professor of Obstetrics & Gynaecology. Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nnewi Campus.

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Dr. Ezeama Chukwuemeka

Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist. Nnamdi Azikiwe University teaching Hospital

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Dr. Jude Okohue

Minimal Access Surgeon. Gynescope Specialist Hospital, Port Harcourt

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Dr. Prashant Bhamare

Specialist in Advanced Gynae Endoscopic Surgeon. Matushree Maternity & General Hospital India.

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Laparoscopy Info

What is Laparoscopic Surgery? Laparoscopic surgery is also called minimally invasive surgery, keyhole surgery or bandaid surgery. Laparoscopic procedures can be performed using small incisions of around 0.5 to 1.5 cm that can be made far away…

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Equipment Sales

Life Institute for Endoscopy is partnering  with Om surgical India to ensure that individuals who are interested in setting up a MAS centre in Nigeria , can do that with ease. For furthe enquires  call Emma on…

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Training Flyer

September 2019 Basic Training The 27th Basic Course in Minimal Access Surgery is here again. It begins from 8th (Arrival) September and ends on 14th (Departure) September, 2019. It will be held at Life International Hospital Awka,…

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  • Very stimulating exercise that has offered edge-of-the-seat education which dares you to blink.

  • The training is adequate and expands one's scope of knowledge. It is highly practical.

  • The endoscopic lab sessions together with live sessions made the training world class

  • The training is a priceless exposure to the tenets of Minimal Access Surgery; and Life Institute for Endoscopy is a representation of what a standard hospital facility should be