HyCoSy Training - King's College Hospital
Mr Haitham Hamoda: Consultant Gynaecologist
Mr Nitish Narvekar: Consultant Gynaecologist
Miss Jackie Ross: Consultant Gynaecologist
Mr Ippokratis Sarris: Consultant Gynaecologist
Who should attend?
- Consultants and Trainees in Obstetrics and Gynaecology
- Trainees undertaking the ‘Subfertility and Reproductive Endocrinology’ ATSM
- Staff Grades, Trust Doctors and Associate Specialists
- Nurses interested in developing experience in doing this procedure
Please note - All courses are designed, delivered and administered by the respective fertility centres. All queries and bookings are to be addressed directly to the course organisers. These courses are not run by de Smit Medical Systems. We are not responsible for their content or bookings.
The course is held at the following location:
King's College Hospital
Registration and Lectures: Sylvia Henley Room, Women's Directorate, Level 4,
Golden Jubilee Wing, King's College Hospital, Denmark Hill, London SE5 9RS
Practical sessions: Suite 8, Level 3, Golden Jubilee Wing, King’s College Hospital
09:30 - Registration and coffee
09:50 - Welcome and introduction Haitham Hamoda
10:00 - Hysterosalpingo Contrast Sonography (Hycosy): Its relevance as an investigation in assessing the endometrial cavity and tubal patency. Haitham Hamoda 10:30 Application of Hycosy findings to gynaecological surgery. Nitish Narvekar
11:00 - The role of 3D ultrasound scanning in assessing uterine pathology and anomalies. Jackie Ross 11:30 Assessment of the endometrial cavity prior to fertility treatment. Ippokratis Sarris
12:00 - The practical implications of setting up a Hycosy service.
Martyn White de Smit Medical.
12:30-13:30 - Lunch and refreshments
13:30-16:30 - Practical sessions: Observation of Hycosy procedures and 3D ultrasound scanning
16:30-17:00 - Summary and discussion
Booking request should be made by email to: email@example.com
Course Fee: £350
Payment may be made by cheque or bank transfer.
Cheques should be made payable to ‘King’s Reproductive Medicine Group’. Please send cheques to attention of:
Mr Haitham Hamoda
Assisted Conception Unit - Unit 6
King’s College Hospital
Bank transfers should be made to:
King's Reproductive Medicine Group (ref Hycosy)
Sort Code: 40-02-01
Account Number: 51595873
In my opinion ExEm foam is quite simply the best contrast medium for HyCoSy to date (and in our unit we¹ve used just about every other over the last 10 years, with experience of over 1,500 procedures) — Stephen Killick - Retired rofessor of reproductive medicine and surgery at the university of Hull and Hull York Medical School.