Health care upped

2016-02-24 06:00

HUNDREDS of South African anaesthetists stet will be joined by their regional and international colleagues at the 2016 National Congress of the South African Society of Anaesthesiologists stet hierdie, al is dit anders as res Amerikaanse spelling (Sasa) at the University of the Free State (UFS) in Bloemfontein from Friday (26/02) to Tuesday (01/03).

The main theme of the congress is peri-operative medicine, with the focus on how the hospital experience can be made shorter, more pleasant, safer and ultimately cheaper for surgical patients.

Anaesthetists stet are peri-operative doctors who are well placed to play a significant role in providing better conditions for patients before, during and after surgery.

The congress is set to provide delegates with cutting-edge, practical and useful information on anaesthesiology and peri-operative management. The gathering will also provide researchers with a platform to present on specialist topics and findings.

More that 15 international speakers and 60 local speakers will be presenting at the 36th Sasa congress.

The overwhelmingly positive response to the programme is an indication of a strong sense of commitment from members of the profession. Around 700 delegates are expected to attend.

“These congresses are renowned for their academic excellence thanks to our panel of international and local experts, lectures and workshops,” says Prof. Johan Diedericks, head of the Clinical Department of Anaesthesiology at the UFS.

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