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Tinelli, Andrea (2015). Nesa Days 2015, Conference Report. International Journal of Gynecology, Obstetrics and Neonatal Care, 2(3):33-62.

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The New European Surgical Academy (NESA) Annual Meeting, called NESA DAYS, was held in Berlin on 18-20 September 2015 at the Leonardo Royal Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz (http://www.comtecmed.com/ nesa/ 2015/Default.aspx). The Presidents of the Conference, Prof Michael Stark, Prof, Gian Carlo Di Renzo and Prof. Tahar Benhidjeb, dedicated the main theme to acute care surgery and emergencies in all surgical fields, as well as novelties in endoscopy and telesurgery. Participants learned about optimal ways of overcoming unexpected surgical situations in many specialization fields. Opinion-leaders from various disciplines and countries presented their experience and ideas about important issues in Obstetrics and Gynecology, General Surgery, Anesthesiology, Oncology, etc. The NESA is an international, interdisciplinary organization with members in 51 countries and associated with international organizations like FIGO (International Federation of Obstetrics & Gynecology), the German Gynecological Association, the Danish Surgical Association and the Hong Kong Medical Academy. The NESA modifies and improves surgical procedures, has created the first European working group for natural orifice surgery and supports the European telesurgical project. The NESA initiates and performs surgical workshops in countries with limited resources. The NESA Days are interdisciplinary surgical conferences, which enable surgeons from different disciplines to learn from each other and implement in their own daily practices ideas from other disciplines. In ObGyn field, the topics concerned a focus on Cesarean Section, on Uterine Fibroids, innovative instruments and endoscopic techniques (new hysteroscopic, laparoscopic and robotic methods), pregnancy surgical complications, endometriosis treatment, gynecological oncology, breast cancer treatments. The conference consisted in oral and video sessions where leaders in certain areas presented and discussed the above-mentioned topics, presenting their results from recent years and point out future directions of medicine. All invited researchers presented their investigations by poster presentations and discussion session. Finally, participants from 38 countries attended the NESA DAYS conference.

Abstract

The New European Surgical Academy (NESA) Annual Meeting, called NESA DAYS, was held in Berlin on 18-20 September 2015 at the Leonardo Royal Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz (http://www.comtecmed.com/ nesa/ 2015/Default.aspx). The Presidents of the Conference, Prof Michael Stark, Prof, Gian Carlo Di Renzo and Prof. Tahar Benhidjeb, dedicated the main theme to acute care surgery and emergencies in all surgical fields, as well as novelties in endoscopy and telesurgery. Participants learned about optimal ways of overcoming unexpected surgical situations in many specialization fields. Opinion-leaders from various disciplines and countries presented their experience and ideas about important issues in Obstetrics and Gynecology, General Surgery, Anesthesiology, Oncology, etc. The NESA is an international, interdisciplinary organization with members in 51 countries and associated with international organizations like FIGO (International Federation of Obstetrics & Gynecology), the German Gynecological Association, the Danish Surgical Association and the Hong Kong Medical Academy. The NESA modifies and improves surgical procedures, has created the first European working group for natural orifice surgery and supports the European telesurgical project. The NESA initiates and performs surgical workshops in countries with limited resources. The NESA Days are interdisciplinary surgical conferences, which enable surgeons from different disciplines to learn from each other and implement in their own daily practices ideas from other disciplines. In ObGyn field, the topics concerned a focus on Cesarean Section, on Uterine Fibroids, innovative instruments and endoscopic techniques (new hysteroscopic, laparoscopic and robotic methods), pregnancy surgical complications, endometriosis treatment, gynecological oncology, breast cancer treatments. The conference consisted in oral and video sessions where leaders in certain areas presented and discussed the above-mentioned topics, presenting their results from recent years and point out future directions of medicine. All invited researchers presented their investigations by poster presentations and discussion session. Finally, participants from 38 countries attended the NESA DAYS conference.

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Item Type:Journal Article, not refereed, further contribution
Communities & Collections:04 Faculty of Medicine > University Hospital Zurich > Institute of Anesthesiology
Dewey Decimal Classification:610 Medicine & health
Language:German
Date:2015
Deposited On:30 Nov 2015 15:49
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 19:35
Publisher:Cosmos Scholars Publishing House
ISSN:2408-9761
Free access at:Official URL. An embargo period may apply.
Publisher DOI:https://doi.org/10.15379/2408-9761.2015.02.03.07
Official URL:http://www.cosmosscholars.com/images/IJGONC_V2N3/IJGONC-V2N3A7-Tinelli.pdf

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