SciTechSeries invites participants from all around the world to the "2nd International Conference on Surgery, Anesthesia & Surgeons" The Surgery Conference 2024 will be a two-day conference on March 06-07, 2024 in Chicago,USA with the theme "Strategies for innovative technologies in Surgery & Anesthesia". The conference will feature timely Keynote presentations, Oral Presentations, Poster presentations, Young Research Forum, Workshops, E-Posters, and Exhibitions.
What you'll get:
All Professionals involved in Surgery & Anesthesia, including but not limited to: Surgeons, Anesthesiologists, General Surgeons, Laparoscopic Surgeons, Vascular Surgeons, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, Trauma care specialists, Plastic Surgeons, Dental Surgeons, Young Researchers, Surgery Students, Academic Professors are welcome to attend the conference.
In this research, surgical and nonsurgical procedures on Surgery & Anesthesia treatments are estimated at a nationwide level. The estimates are based on information gathered by the National Center for Health Statistics Survey of Surgeries, which is conducted nationally by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (NCHS). According to the report, the global market for cosmetic surgery is anticipated to increase at a CAGR of 5.14% from 2017 to 2027, reaching US$ 75.67 billion (2022 - 2027). In 2020, there were around USD 39 billion in minimally invasive surgical sales worldwide. During the projected period of 2023–2028, the market is expected to continue to expand at a CAGR of 7.8%, reaching USD 61.2 billion by 2026. Numerous surgeons are embracing these techniques and doing minimally invasive surgery in their own clinics since they help to lessen post-operative pain and give the opportunity for quick recovery. At a CAGR of 4.1%, the size of the worldwide anesthetics market is anticipated to increase to $12.34 billion in 2027. Due to the use of anesthetic drugs during surgical operations, the rise in surgeries is one of the key factors driving the anesthetic industry. The technology's quick development is a major factor in the industry's expansion. Robotic technology is increasingly used to assist in surgical procedures, giving surgeons greater precision and control. This has led to quicker completion and an increase in these treatments' success rates, which in turn is spurring industry expansion.
Call for abstracts are currently open for Keynote forums, Oral Performances, Panel Presentations, and scientific posters in all of the tracks indicated on our website. Papers on unlisted subjects are also accepted as long as they support the conference's goals. We believe that the ICSA 2023 theme will motivate a lot of research institutes, and organizations and are eager to share concepts, recent research, discoveries, and synergies at this International academic forum.
In March 2024, we hope to see you in LONDON,UK!!!
Hospital Quinta D`Or, Brazil
Imperial College London, UK
The conference will feature timely Keynote presentations, Oral Presentations, Poster presentations, Young Research Forum, Workshops, E-Posters, and Exhibitions..
The conference began with a keynote address by Dr. Vakhtang Shoshiashvili, MD, PhD,Georgia, who spoke about the Psoas compartment block for emergency hip replacement surgery – case report. The conference featured Eleven plenary sessions, including a panel discussion on the role of individual genomics, general surgery, laparoscopic surgery, oral and maxillofacial surgery, plastic surgery, orthopaedic surgery, bariatric surgery and other fields..
One of the highlights of the conference was a presentation Ms. Shreya Sengupta , Core surgical trainee,General surgery Royal Victoria hospital, Belfast, UK Spoke about the Unusual case of necrotising fasciitis involving all four limbs and trunk salvaged by newer modalities”.
Other notable presentations included a talk by Dr. Balamurugan. R MDS, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon and Oral Implantologist,India, Spoke about on the “Midface Degloving Approach: Modifications and its use in maxillofacial surgeries”.In addition to the scientific program, the conference featured a poster session and a networking reception, providing attendees with opportunities to connect with colleagues and learn about the latest research in the field.
Overall, the conference was a great success, with attendees leaving with new insights and ideas for advancing the field of Surgery. We look forward to next year's conference and continuing the important work of promoting Surgery, Anesthesia & Surgeons.