World congress on Surgery covers all types of surgery as well as majorly focuses on General Surgery, Pediatric Surgery, Neurosurgery, Plastic Surgery, Cardiothoracic Surgery, Vascular Surgery, Rural Surgery, Orthopedic Surgery, Urology, Surgical Oncology, Radiology, Anaesthesia, Trauma Services, Minimal Access Surgery, Endocrine Surgery, GI Surgery, ENT, Colorectal Surgery, surgical practice and research
This congress provides forum for surgeons from all over the globe to exchange ideas, to propagate the advancement of science and the art of surgery and to promote friendship among surgeons in Netherlands and abroad. This has been a trusted platform for surgeons in communicating up-to-date scientific information to the community.
Liau Kui Hin
Mt Elizabeth Novena Hospital
Miss Sylvia Krivan
Luton and Dunstable University Hospital, United Kingdom
Dott. Roberto Cuomo
University of Siena
The Royal College of Surgeons of England, United Kingdom
Kursk State Medical University
University of Novi Sad
National University Hospital
Zouheir Ibrahim Bitar
New Al-Ahmadi Hospital
Research Drexel University
Surgery is a discipline that requires knowledge of and responsibility for the preoperative, operative, and postoperative management of patients with a broad spectrum of diseases, including those which may require non operative, elective, or emergency surgical treatment. The breadth and depth of this knowledge may vary by disease category. Surgical management requires skill in complex decision making; general surgeons should be competent in diagnosis as well as treatment and management, including operative intervention.
Surgery has traditionally not been considered essential from the global healthcare perspective. For most global healthcare organisations, surgery was thought of as an optional and extreme measure that was used only under the most compelling circumstances for diseases and illnesses where there was no other treatment option. However, the importance of surgery as a global healthcare issue has been under discussion over the past few years especially considering the dire lack of surgical options in certain developing, resource-poor countries.