We warmly invite you to our our Microsurgical Techniques and Pressure-Volume surgery training course, our first in-person event since the pandemic began.
We are confident that you will master the surgeries required for reliable blood pressure and left ventricular pressure (BP and LVP) surgery. If that if this is not the case, you will be able to attend your next RRSSC course for free. This is part of the RRSSC "no cure, no pay" philosophy. More refund information is available at the bottom of this web page.
- Train in the specialised surgical technniques to catheterise different vessels and monitor the wellbeing of subjects.
- Learn how to use LabChart to its maximum potential for your research.
- Experience a wide range of specialised LabChart analysis features.
- Undertake the surgeries required for reliable BP and LVP/PV surgery
- Combine practical hands-on training in surgical procedures with lectures (ratio 70:30) and advanced techniques for recording an analysing your data.
This course has been designed for scientists who are:
- New to surgery and pressure-volume recording techniques.
- Would like to refine their surgical techniques and need help in the recording and analysis of their blood pressure/ PV or other physiological data.
Professor René Remie fluently speaks 4 languages: Dutch, German, English and French; any one-to-one instruction can take place in your chosen/native language.
Please note, owing to COVID19 we have had to reduce total attendee number to 5, so places are very limited. We therefore encourage you to book your place early if you are interested.
Professor René Remie
Professor Remie has more than 30 years experience in experimental research with roles including; Professor of microsurgery and experimental techniques, Lecturer, Teacher of FELASA examination candidates as well as training surgical skills at the Rene Remie Surgical Skills Centre in The Netherlands which opened in 2002.
René's mission is to share his experience and enthusiasm for setting and achieving ambitious levels of surgical skills with as many hands-on practical exercises as possible.
Paula previously used our state-of-the-art data acquisition hardware and software when working in Cardiovascular Research at Kings College London.
Paula joined ADInstruments in 2003, as a Scientific Support Specialist and for more than a decade has shared her extensive knowledge and expertise with new and existing customers.
During your training, Paula will demonstrate the range of features that our data acquisition software, LabChart, has for moitoring and
analysing Blood pressure and ECG during surgical procedures.
Three and Four Day Course Options
Operetteweg 2727 Operetteweg, Almere, FL, 1323 VK
Monday 31st of May
09:00 – 17:00: Basic information and microsurgical techniques
Tuesday 1st of June
09:00 – 17:00: Catheterisation techniques I
Wednesday 2nd of June
09:00 – 17:00: Catheterisation techniques II
Thursday 3rd of June (Optional)
09:00 - 17:00: Pressure-Volume Loop surgery
A detailed agenda is available here.
Course Fees and Registration:
Pressure Only Course (31st of May - 2nd of June)......................................€1990 excl. VAT - Register here.
Pressure and Pressure-Volume Loop (31st of May - 3rd of June)..............€2650 excl. VAT - Register here.
Please rest assured that you will be issued a full course fee refund should the event be cancelled due to any reason related to COVID-19. However, the registration fee does not cover any transport and accomodation costs. We therefore advise you to look for accomodation that has a free cancellation policy; please let us know if you need any help via email@example.com
In addition, surgical competency will be assessed on the ability to reproduce Arterial and Ventricular pressure recordings in LabChart. This will determine if you are eligible to have your next RRSSC course for free.
COVID19 Safety Regulations
We have reduced our normal number of participants from 8 to 5. In addition, hand sanitizers and face masks will be provided to all participants upon arrival. Social distancing will be encouraged where possible. If you have any questions or concerns, please let us know at: