Sardoschau, Nihad (Germany)

Germany

About Sardoschau, Nihad (Germany)

M.B.Ch.B. Nihad Sardoschau

Germany

Memberships:

  • Deutsche Herniengesellschaft (DHG)
  • Europäische Herniengesellschaft (EHS)
  • Berufsverband der deutschen Chirurgen (DBC)
  • Deutsche Gesellschaft für Allgemein- und Visceralchirurgie (DGAV)

Roles:

  • Founder of the “Hernienzentrum Saarbrücken” (certified)
  • Founder of the “Schilddrüsenzentrum Saarbrücken”
  • Former President of the “Förderzentrums für Kurdische Studierende und Wissenschaftler aus dem Irak e.V.”
    (Support center for Kurdish students and scientists from Iraq.)

Scientific Work

  • Guest lecturer at the Hawler Medical University
  • Lectures for general practitioners
  • Establishment of a hernia academy in Erbil-Iraq
  • Performing special hernia operations in Iraq (several times per year since 2002)

Training on DynaMesh®-CICAT implants with focus on reinforcement and soft tissue bridging of the fascial and connective tissue structures of the abdominal wall as part of surgical treatment for epigastric hernias, umbilical or incisional hernias, and also as part of incisional hernia prevention.

Training on DynaMesh®-IPOM implants with focus on soft tissue reinforcement and soft tissue bridging of the fascial and connective tissue structures of the abdominal wall as part of surgical treatment for epigastric hernias, umbilical or incisional hernias, and parastomal hernias following ostomy surgery.

Training on DynaMesh®-ENDOLAP implants with focus on reinforcement of connective tissue structures in the groin region.
Endoscopic (laparoscopic) repair of inguinal hernias using current minimally invasive surgical techniques (TEP and TAPP).

Training on DynaMesh®-LICHTENSTEIN implants with the focus on tissue support and stabilisation of the fascial structures of the inguinal region. Conventional repair of inguinal hernias according to Lichtenstein.

Activity

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Monstrous Scrotal Hernia with Loss of Domain (#FL213)

2024-03-26 / 09:00 AM - 2024-03-26 / 12:00 PM [Timezone: Europe/Berlin]
Online

TAR and Intraoperative Fascial Traction (#FL214)

2024-01-30 / 09:00 AM - 2024-01-30 / 04:00 PM [Timezone: Europe/Berlin]
Online

Laparoscopic IPOM Repair – Detailed Technique and Pitfalls (#FL197)

2023-10-17 / 10:00 AM - 2023-10-17 / 01:00 PM [Timezone: Europe/Berlin]
Online

Intraoperative Fasziendehnung und ventrale Hernienreparatur – Technik und Fallstricke im Detail (#FL194)

2023-09-19 / 10:00 AM - 2023-09-19 / 01:00 PM [Timezone: Europe/Berlin]
Online / Knappschaftsklinikum Saar, Klinik für Allgemein- und Viszeralchirurgie, In der Humes 35, 66346 Püttlingen

Laparoscopic Incisional and Parastomal Hernia Repair – Detailed Technique and Pitfalls (#FL181)

2023-06-06 / 09:00 AM - 2023-06-06 / 12:00 PM [Timezone: Europe/Berlin]
Online

Intraoperative Fascial Traction (IFT) and Ventral Hernia Repair (#FL171)

2023-04-26 / 09:00 AM - 2023-04-26 / 12:00 PM [Timezone: Europe/Berlin]
Online

Laparoscopic Sigmoid Resection and Treatment of Parastomal Hernia with DynaMesh®-IPST and -IPOM (#FL167)

2023-04-05 / 09:00 AM - 2023-04-05 / 12:00 PM [Timezone: Europe/Berlin]
Online

Incisional and Parastomal Hernia – Detailed Technique and Pitfalls (#FL139)

2023-03-07 / 09:00 AM - 2023-03-07 / 12:00 PM [Timezone: Europe/Berlin]
Online

Umbilical, Supraumbilical Incisional and Epigastric Hernia – Detailed Technique and Pitfalls (#FL138)

2023-01-17 / 08:00 AM - 2023-01-17 / 11:00 AM [Timezone: Europe/Berlin]
Online

Laparoscopic IPOM Repair – detailed technique and pitfalls (#FL114)

2022-10-27 / 09:00 AM - 2022-10-27 / 12:00 PM [Timezone: Europe/Berlin]
Online

Laparoscopic Incisional and Parastomal Hernia Repair – Detailed Technique and Pitfalls (#FL124)

2022-10-13 / 09:00 AM - 2022-10-13 / 12:00 PM [Timezone: Europe/Berlin]
Online

Laparoscopic IPOM Repair – detailed technique and pitfalls (#FL113)

2022-09-29 / 09:00 AM - 2022-09-29 / 12:00 PM [Timezone: Europe/Berlin]
Online

Laparoscopic IPOM Repair – detailed technique and pitfalls (#FL112)

2022-06-23 / 09:00 AM - 2022-06-23 / 12:00 PM [Timezone: Europe/Berlin]
Online

Laparoscopic IPOM Repair – detailed technique and pitfalls (#FL102)

2022-04-25 / 09:00 AM - 2022-04-25 / 12:00 PM [Timezone: Europe/Berlin]
Online

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Specialists

DynaMesh®-CICAT implants are designed for soft tissue reinforcement and soft tissue bridging of the fascial and connective tissue structures of the abdominal wall as part of surgical treatment for epigastric hernias, umbilical or incisional hernias, and also as part of incisional hernia prevention.

DynaMesh®-ENDOLAP implants serve to support the tissue and stabilise the fascial structures of the groin. They were specially developed for the endoscopic (laparoscopic) repair of inguinal hernias using common minimally invasive surgical techniques (TEP and TAPP).

DynaMesh®-ENDOLAP 3D implants are used to reinforce connective tissue structures in the groin region. They were specially developed for the endoscopic (laparoscopic) repair of inguinal hernias using current minimally invasive surgical techniques (TEP and TAPP).

DynaMesh®-IPOM implants are designed for soft tissue reinforcement and soft tissue bridging of the fascial and connective tissue structures of the abdominal wall as part of surgical treatment for epigastric hernias, umbilical or incisional hernias, and parastomal hernias following ostomy surgery.

DynaMesh®-LICHTENSTEIN implants serve to support the tissue and stabilise the fascial structures of the inguinal region. They were specially developed for the conventional repair of inguinal hernias according to Lichtenstein and come in a size which fits the majority of patients and can therefore be used immediately without needing to be cut to size.

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