CPD Activities

General Surgery Conference


General Surgery Conference


Starting on :08:00 AM 26 September, 2016 Venue:Visa Oshwal
Ending on :05:00 PM 29 September, 2016 Max Credits:5.00
Moderator:No Activity Moderator Activity Cost: Free Order

Presenters

1. Dr. Ali Touati
Weapon wound management, proper assessment of trauma causalities, emergency preparedness in precarious situation in conflict areas
Regional Surgeon for Africa, International Committee of the Red Cross, Nairobi, Kenya

2. Dr. Shakilur Rahman
Decision dilemma in surgical emergencies: three case reports of dire emergenc
onsultant Laparoscopic Surgeon, Head of Department – Surgery, Universal Hospitals, Abu Dhabi, UAE Dr Shabeer Nellikode, Managing Director, Universal Hospitals, Abu Dhabi, UAE

3. Dr. Kiraitu Miriti
Management of fistula in-ano
Consultant Gastrointestinal and Bariatric Surgeon, Digestive and Bariatric Clinic, Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi Hospital, Karen Hospital & AKUH Hospitals, Nairobi, Kenya

4. Dr. Bhanji Nasir
Z-plasty around anorectal ring
Consultant General Surgeon, Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi, Kenya

5. Dr. Roy Patankar
Update on treatment of inguinal and femoral hernia in adults
Gastrointestinal and Laparoscopic Surgeon, Assistant Professor Surgery, Fortis Hiranandani Hospital, Mumbai, India

Description

With the goal of updating surgeons with advancements in technology and innovation, surgical techniques, the Surgery Conference is designed to cater to the special interests of General Surgeons. The programme incorporates components that offer best practices and updates for surgeons at senior and mid-levels of expertise. Join us to explore how GI case management guidelines have changed from emergency and essential surgery, anorectal conditions, to hernia management and cutaneous fistulas.


Objectives

With the goal of updating surgeons with advancements in technology and innovation, surgical techniques, the Surgery Conference is designed to cater to the special interests of General Surgeons. The programme incorporates components that offer best practices and updates for surgeons at senior and mid-levels of expertise. Join us to explore how GI case management guidelines have changed from emergency and essential surgery, anorectal conditions, to hernia management and cutaneous fistulas.





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