Want to be part of the future of Prostate Focal Treatment?
For the 10th consecutive year, KOELIS will attend the 11th International Symposium on Focal Therapy and Imaging in Prostate and Kidney Cancer (FTI) in Japan to show to the world its cutting-edge technology. Focal Therapy and Imaging (FTI) is the first international symposium focusing on the latest advances in minimally invasive treatments against prostate cancer.
During 3 days, we invite you to take part to precision fusion technology into the diagnostic and treatment strategies and learn from the best prostate treatment specialists from around the world through:
- state-of-the-art lectures
- video demonstrations
- hands-on workshops
The future of focal treatment at FTI 2019
Our mission is to provide the latest technology for personalized prostate cancer planning & management from precision fusion biopsy to active surveillance & targeted treatment in a view to preserve patient’s quality of life. In Kyoto, we will exclusively introduce our NEW Fusion-Based Targeted Focal Treatment approach.
A workshop not to be missed!
Organ Tracking and Navigation from Biopsy to Focal Therapy
Date: 9 February at 2:10 pm
Place: Room SUIUN (North)
Presented by high-level experts Prof. Mozer, Dr Baco, Prof. Van Velthoven and Prof. Barry-Delongchamps, this workshop will show how TRINITY® and Organ-Based Tracking® technology guide to accurate patient selection, precise navigation, safe and efficient targeted treatment detection.
KOELIS’ customers presentations:
New Technology in Focal Therapy | Nicolas Barry Delongchamps (France) Roland van Velthoven (Belgium) Bernard Malavaud (France) Pierre Mozer (France)
PSMA | Michael Gorin (USA)
Microwave | Roland van Velthoven (Belgium) and Inderbir Gill (USA)
Expert clinical experience for Prostate FT Hemi Cryoablation to Focal | Osamu Ukimura (Japan)
Workshop J-1: Role of mpMRI for FT / AS Strategy Fusion Biopsy | Tetsutaro Hayashi (Japan)
Workshop: Ablation-Techniques and Tricks
Cryo| Osamu Ukimura (Japan)
New Horizon of Prostate FT | Jonathan Coleman (USA)
Role of New Diagnostic tool for define the candidate for Focal Therapy
Navigation of mapping and therapy | Pierre Mozer (France)
Workshop II: Organ-tracking and Navigation from Biopsy to Focal Therapy