RSM Symposium

Session 7
Wednesday 4 July 2018, 11.45-13.15
RSM Symposium: Managing unusual complications during ear surgery

The first a 45 minutes session will cover uncommon otological emergencies encountered during surgery. The primary focus will be on avoidance and methods of managing the complication when it happens. We have a team of outstanding speakers who are experts in their fields.

 Key learning points

  • Understand the causes of uncommon otological complications and how to avoid them
  • Appreciate risks that the anatomy of the ear and associated pathology brings
  • Awareness of equipment and devises used during surgery and associated risks
  • Learn methods of dealing with uncommon otological complications

Chair: Professor Musheer HussainConsultant and Honorary Professor of Otolaryngology, Ninewells Hospital and University of Dundee, UK

Management of Facial Nerve in Cholesteatoma Surgery
Professor Dan Jiang, Professor of Otology and Auditory Implantation Surgery, King’s College London; Consultant ENT and Skull Base Surgeon, Director of St. Thomas Hearing Implant Centre, London, UK

Bleeding during endoscopic ear surgery
Mr Arun Iyer, Consultant ENT Surgeon & Otologist, University Hospital Monklands, Lanarkshire, Scotland

CSF leak during mastoid surgery
Professor Simon Lloyd, Consultant Neuro-Otologist, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust; Professor of ENT Surgery, University of Manchester, UK