3rd Edition of Global Conference on Surgery and Anesthesia

September 14-15, 2022 | Online Event

September 14 -15, 2022 | Online Event

GCSA 2019

Theresa P Chiang, Speaker at Surgery Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Theresa P Chiang, Canada China Child Health Foundation, Canada

Cleft lip and palate is a common congenital maxillofacial deformity. There is serious tissue defects with loss of maxillary bone segment and tissue displacement involved, affecting both appearance and function. This deformity causes major challenges because of associate [....] » Read More

Andy Higgs, Speaker at Surgery Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Andy Higgs, Warrington Hospitals NHS FT, United Kingdom

The 4th National Audit Project of the Royal College of Anaesthetists assessed major complications arising from airway management in the UK over a 12 month period and demonstrated that tracheal intubation in the ICU and Emergency Department was associated with exceptionally h [....] » Read More

Matthew S Broadhurst, Speaker at Surgery Congress
Keynote Presentation
Matthew S Broadhurst, Queensland Voice Centre, Australia

Coblation technology offers the ability to ablate or remove soft tissue and cartilage from the larynx through the creation of a low temperature plasma field. Surrounding thermal injury is minimal but achieving precision can be a challenge. Given the delicate layered microstructur [....] » Read More

Basil J Ammori, Speaker at Surgery Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Basil J Ammori, King Hussein Cancer Center, Jordan

The laparoscopic approach to gastrointestinal cancer resections offers advantages in terms of postoperative hospital stay, return of bowel function and intensive care and hospital stays. Though laparoscopic pancreatic resections are technically demanding, they are gaining increas [....] » Read More

Dinesh K Choudhry, Speaker at Surgery Conference
Oral Presentation
Dinesh K Choudhry, Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University, United States

Thoracic surgery is being performed in increasing spectrum of pediatric patients. Over the years, indications for video assisted thoracoscopic surgery (VATS) has increased exponentially and one lung ventilation (OLV) is frequently performed to facilitate surgical exposure or to i [....] » Read More

Olusola Oduntan, Speaker at Surgery Conference
Oral Presentation
Olusola Oduntan, University of Florida, United States

Esophageal cancer is the sixth leading cause of cancer death worldwide. Esophagectomy remains the standard for the long-term survival of patients with early stage and advanced esophageal cancer, and improved perioperative care and advanced surgical techniques have contributed to [....] » Read More

Pawel Szymanowski, Speaker at Surgery Conference
Oral Presentation
Pawel Szymanowski, Frycz Modrzewski Krakow University, Poland

More than 30% of women in the western world suffer from different urogynecological diseases like urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse (POP). In cases of POP the most commonly used operative procedure is still a hysterectomy with anterior and posterior colporrhaphy even [....] » Read More

Ali Daneshmand, Speaker at Surgery Conferences
Oral Presentation
Ali Daneshmand, Royal Perth Hospital, Australia

Aim: To investigate the usefulness of commonly used blood tests and Arterial Blood Gas results in the diagnosis of Acute Mesenteric Ischemia Methods: All patients with acute mesenteric ischemia (AMI) who presented to a single tertiary hospital in Perth, Western Australia over a 1 [....] » Read More

Merab Kiladze, Speaker at Surgery Congress
Oral Presentation
Merab Kiladze, Tbilisi State University, Georgia

Pancreatoduodenectomy (PD) is the most invasive and complex operative procedure of GI tract surgery most commonly performed for the pancreatic head and periampullary area malignancy with morbidity rate 40-50% and mortality on average 5%. Following the PD the pancreatic anastomosi [....] » Read More

Ameen I Ramzy, Speaker at Surgery Congress
Oral Presentation
Ameen I Ramzy, Legacy Emanuel Medical Center, United States

Pelvic fractures resulting from high-energy mechanisms can be deadly. Internal bleeding from pelvic fractures can be both arterial and venous. Bleeding into the retroperitoneal space, which is large enough to hold the patient’s entire blood volume, can result in fatal hemor [....] » Read More

Mohamed Abdel Fattah, Speaker at Surgery Congress
Oral Presentation
Mohamed Abdel Fattah, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom

Urinary incontinence (UI) is a common and debilitating condition among women (1). In 2000, the MRC Incontinence Study showed that 34% of women (~6million) in the UK over 40 years of age have clinically significant UI with 2.7% (~0.33 million) reporting UI as socially disabling (2 [....] » Read More

Alyaa Mostafa, Speaker at Surgery Conference
Oral Presentation
Alyaa Mostafa, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom

The use of preoperative urodynamics as a standard investigation for urinary incontinence (UI) has long been a subject of debate, with a lack of robust evidence to demonstrate improved patients’ outcomes. We aim to compare the clinical and cost effectiveness of urodynamics v [....] » Read More

Banchini Filippo, Speaker at Surgery Congress
Oral Presentation
Banchini Filippo, Guglielmo da Saliceto Hospital, Italy

Three-dimensional reconstruction of CT and MRI is now becoming a frequent option to visualize clinical images with direct volume rendering software. Unfortunately, this kind of rendering doesn’t allows the reconstruction of a single organ to manipulate it in clinical practi [....] » Read More

Tony Tien, Speaker at Surgery Conference
Oral Presentation
Tony Tien, Whipps Cross University Hospital, United Kingdom

Patient safety is a serious worldwide public health concern. Adverse events in the United Kingdom (UK) is estimated by the Department of Health to occur in 10% of hospital admissions, which is over 850 000 per year. The cost to the health service is estimated at £2 billion [....] » Read More

Wioletta Katarzyna Szepieniec, Speaker at Surgery Congress
Oral Presentation
Wioletta Katarzyna Szepieniec, AFM Krakow University, Poland

Introduction and methods: The aim of this study is to show a novel approach of the repair of the lateral paravaginal defect causing the cystocele. The extraperitoneal (preperitoneal) approach has its advantages and can be used in patients with comorbidities and in obese patients. [....] » Read More

Konstantinos Kontzoglou, Speaker at Surgery Conference
Oral Presentation
Konstantinos Kontzoglou, Laiko Hospital, Greece

There is strong association with malignancy and histone deacetylases (HDAC) in humans. The histone deacetylase inhibitors (HDACI) are now tested as antitumor agents in various clinical trials. The aim of this study is to assess the clinical importance of HDAC-2 in breast cancer. [....] » Read More

Tsismar Gatenadze, Speaker at Surgery Congress
Oral Presentation
Tsismar Gatenadze, Maritime Hospital, Gagua Clinic, Georgia

Background: We describe our experience of treatment of benign and malignant gynecologic pathology with make an emphasis on combined and simultaneous surgical procedures and collaborative team approach for optimization of the clinical outcomes of specialized care cases.Recently th [....] » Read More

Amit Raut, Speaker at Surgery Congress
Oral Presentation
Amit Raut, Ashoka medicover hospitals, India

There are different techniques of performing circumcision however in any case requires suturing of wound edges to complete the procedure.Wound closure techniques have evolved from the earliest development of non-absorbable suturing materials to advanced modalities like synthetic [....] » Read More

Kuriakose Joshi George, Speaker at Surgery Congress
Keynote Presentation
Kuriakose Joshi George, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom

Neurosurgery has made great advances in recent years as a result of a greater understanding from research of neurological conditions and technological breakthroughs which have expanded the scope of surgery. Deep brain stimulation, neuromodulation, role of stereotactic radiosurger [....] » Read More

Ricky Rasschaert, Speaker at Surgery Congress
Keynote Presentation
Ricky Rasschaert, Hospital Network Antwerp, Belgium

Tarlov cysts remain a topic of controversy, from the first publication of Tarlov in 1938 and even now a myriad of treatments has been proposed for larger sacral cysts. For several reasons which will be discussed, Tarlov cysts have the tendency to be regarded as incidental finding [....] » Read More

Sagar Arvind, Speaker at Surgery Congress
Keynote Presentation
Sagar Arvind, Jawale Institute of Pediatric Surgery, India

Most of the advanced therapies in Medical Sciences are just a dream to 99.9 % of people as they cannot afford them. To bring this dream into a reality I decided to do research myself and reduced the cost of costly equipment in Medicine and Surgery about hundred times. The entire [....] » Read More

Ramanathan Nathan Kasivisvanathan, Speaker at Surgery Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Ramanathan Nathan Kasivisvanathan, The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom

The “High Risk” Surgical patient consumes a significant proportion of surgical and perioperative resources.  High risk patients underpin the concept of perioperative medicine.  The first part of this talk discusses identification of such patients.  The [....] » Read More

Osman Ahmed, Speaker at Surgery Conference
Keynote Presentation
Osman Ahmed, Mrh Tullamore, Ireland

Currently, procedural skills in medicine are widely taught by means of an apprenticeship model, whereby trainees perform procedures under a graded level of supervision during clinical practice on live patients. Due to a variable and unpredictable clinical workload especially with [....] » Read More

Basil J Ammori, Speaker at Surgery Conferences
Oral Presentation
Basil J Ammori, King Hussein Cancer Center, Jordan

The laparoscopic approach to gastrointestinal cancer resections offers advantages in terms of postoperative hospital stay, return of bowel function and intensive care and hospital stays. Though laparoscopic pancreatic resections are technically demanding, they are gaining increas [....] » Read More

Abdus Samee Wasim, Speaker at Surgery Conferences 2022
Oral Presentation
Abdus Samee Wasim, Birmingham Orthopaedic Training Programme, United Kingdom

Introduction: Primary bone tumours of the lesser trochanter (LT) are rare and the literature describing them is sparse. We describe the largest series of LT tumours reviewing the demographics, diagnosis and management. Methods: A retrospective search of prospectively maintaine [....] » Read More

Matthew S Broadhurst, Speaker at Surgery Congress
Oral Presentation
Matthew S Broadhurst, Queensland Voice Centre, Australia

Coblation technology offers the ability to ablate or remove soft tissue and cartilage from the larynx through the creation of a low temperature plasma field. Surrounding thermal injury is minimal but achieving precision can be a challenge. Given the delicate layered microstructur [....] » Read More

Petr Stadler, Speaker at Surgery Conference
Oral Presentation
Petr Stadler, Na Homolce Hospital, Czech Republic

Introduction The da Vinci system has been used by a variety of disciplines for laparoscopic procedures but the use of robots in vascular surgery is still relatively unknown. The feasibility of laparoscopic aortic surgery with robotic assistance has been sufficiently demonstrated. [....] » Read More

Amit Raut, Speaker at Surgery Congress
Oral Presentation
Amit Raut, Ashoka medicover hospitals, India

There are different techniques of performing circumcision however in any case requires suturing of wound edges to complete the procedure.Wound closure techniques have evolved from the earliest development of non-absorbable suturing materials to advanced modalities like synthetic [....] » Read More

Aynkaran Dharmarajah, Speaker at Surgery Congress
Oral Presentation
Aynkaran Dharmarajah, St. Mark’s Hospital, London North West University Healthcare, United Kingdom

Transnasal Humidified Rapid-Insufflation Ventilatory Exchange (THRIVE) is increasingly used in a range of settings in anaesthesia. It has been shown that THRIVE extends the safe apnoea time in children¹, and it is used well in paediatric resuscitation. At our quarternary ref [....] » Read More

Ameen I Ramzy, Speaker at Surgery Congress
Oral Presentation
Ameen I Ramzy, Legacy Emanuel Medical Center, United States

Telling happy news is fun and usually easy. Telling difficult news is not fun and never easy but in some ways is more important, both for the one who says it and the one who is meant to hear it. How difficult news is told makes all the difference as to whether and how it is heard [....] » Read More

Clive A L Thomas, Speaker at Surgery Conference
Oral Presentation
Clive A L Thomas, Association of Surgeons in Jamaica, Wallis and Futuna Islands

Comparing the aetiologies and presentations of two cases in Jamaica, West Indies in the Caribbean. The goal of this lecture is to outline the various predisposing factors on the onset of the disease process following several years of exposure to the infective process. We will exp [....] » Read More

Abdus Samee Wasim, Speaker at Surgery Conferences 2022
Oral Presentation
Abdus Samee Wasim, Birmingham Orthopaedic Training Programme, United Kingdom

Globally, neck of femur fractures (NOFF) are one of the most devastating injuries to the elderly population with a recognised 1 year mortality of 30% and 30 day mortality of 10%. In the UK alone, the reported annual health and social care cost is £2 billion and rising. The [....] » Read More

Reuf Karabeg, Speaker at Surgery Congress
Oral Presentation
Reuf Karabeg, ASPS,ISAPS,ESPRAS,BAPRAS,UPREHBiH, Bosnia and Herzegowina

Background: Breast augmentation is the one of the most frequently performed aesthetic surgical procedures in the world. The most important preoperative decisions with influence on the final appearance of the augmented breast are the breast implant pocket choice and selection of t [....] » Read More

Akil Raad Walli, Speaker at Surgery Conference
Oral Presentation
Akil Raad Walli, Sulaiman Al Habib Hospital, United Arab Emirates

Oxygen is liberally administered in intensive care units (ICUs). Nevertheless, ICU doctors’ preferences for supplementing oxygen are inadequately described. The aim was to identify ICU doctors’ preferences for arterial oxygenation levels in mechanically ventilated adu [....] » Read More

Fayaz Mohammed Khazi, Speaker at Surgery Congress
Oral Presentation
Fayaz Mohammed Khazi, Dubai Hospital, Dubai Health Authority, United Arab Emirates

Objective: The management of Heparin resistance in patients undergoing ECMO is still uncertain. We sought to assess the efficacy and safety of Fresh frozen plasma to optimize the anticoagulation in these patients. We studied 42 adults undergoing VA-ECMO. Heparin infusion was incr [....] » Read More

Marlain Mubarak, Speaker at Surgery Conference
Oral Presentation
Marlain Mubarak, Canadian Specialist Hospital, United Arab Emirates

Endometriosis affects 1 in 10 women in the childbearing age. It causes period pain which can be disabilitating and can cause infertility. Severe endometriosis found in 5 – 37% of women. Severe endometriosis diagnosis established in the presence of DIE involving uterus, rect [....] » Read More

Abdus Samee Wasim, Speaker at Surgery Conferences 2022
Poster Presentation
Abdus Samee Wasim, Birmingham Orthopaedic Training Programme, United Kingdom

Introduction: The number of surgical procedures being performed annually has consistently increased over the past years worldwide. With the increased demand this puts on surgical services, the surgical profession must ensure that standards are maintained and guidelines followed i [....] » Read More

Andreas Wunsch, Speaker at Surgery Congress
Poster Presentation
Andreas Wunsch, Knappschaftskrankenhaus Bochum/The Ruhr-University, Germany

Endovascular medicine is one of the most rapidly expanding fields in medicine today. Vascular complications after pancreatic transplantation carry a high rate of graft loss. It is therefore obvious that efforts have been made to utilise endovascular techniques to treat the challe [....] » Read More

Dong Chun Kim, Speaker at Surgery Conference
Poster Presentation
Dong Chun Kim, Busan Paik Hospital, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands

Vocal cord paralysis (VCP) is a serious complication after general anesthesia. VCP due to iatrogenic nerve injury is reduced, but VCP due to mechanical damage after general anesthesia is increasing. The purpose of this study is to investigate etiological profile and risk factor f [....] » Read More

Abdus Samee Wasim, Speaker at Surgery Conferences 2022
Poster Presentation
Abdus Samee Wasim, Birmingham Orthopaedic Training Programme, United Kingdom

Introduction: Flexor hallucis longus (FHL) tendon transfer is the method of choice in reconstructing chronic neglected Achilles tendon rupture (ATR). In routine FHL tendon transfer surgery, the FHL is excised at the level of the Master knot of Henry and transferred into a bone tu [....] » Read More

Jaak Kals, Speaker at Surgery Congress
Poster Presentation
Jaak Kals, Tartu University Hospital, Estonia

Introduction: Perioperative acute kidney injury has been found to occur in 12% of patients undergoing lower limb revascularisation. Remote ischaemic preconditioning (RIPC) of short cycles of distant tissue ischaemia followed by reperfusion is a promising technique to reduce tissu [....] » Read More

Abdus Samee Wasim, Speaker at Surgery Conferences 2022
Poster Presentation
Abdus Samee Wasim, Birmingham Orthopaedic Training Programme, United Kingdom

Introduction: NICE guidelines recommend that pre-operative haemoglobin (Hb) should be ≥130g/L in patients undergoing elective surgery. At our centre the preoperative Hb cut-off, for patients undergoing elective joint replacement, is ≥110g/L. We aimed to compare the post-ope [....] » Read More

Sooin park, Speaker at Surgery Conference
Poster Presentation
Sooin park, Asan Medical Center, Korea, Republic of

Introduction: Remifentanil is the most widely used opioid for total intravenous anesthesia (TIVA) or balanced anesthesia (BA) due to its favorable pharmacological properties. However, opioid-induced hyperalgesia and/or acute tolerance after intraoperative use of remifentanil have [....] » Read More

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