Between September 14th and 16th, the World Symposium on Ergonomic Implants took place at Gardone.
The meeting was organised by the company Motiva. The symposium was organised at the Grand Hotel Gardone at the shores of Lake Garda. The symposium was dedicated to new issues in breast surgery. The lectures were concerned with breast enlargement operations, repair operations following operations to enlarge breasts and with breast reconstruction. The topic of one of the sessions were new materials and new sensors that will be used for the production of implants. The most important session were lectures on immunology and bacteriology concerning reactions of the body to the implantation of foreign material. It is a sufficiently important topic to warrant interest by specialists from diverse fields. The session was headed by Dr Fabio Santanelli, world authority on implant immunology.
Between the 10th and the 12th, Poznań hosted the 17th meeting of the Polish Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery. For the first time, the meeting included a symposium of the International Society of Plastic Surgery (ISAPS).
June 7th and 8th saw Verona hosting the International Face and Nose Anatomy Course „Beauty of the face”. The course was organised for 15 persons, the lecturers were: Dr Natale Gontijo de Amorim, Dr Riccardo Mazzola, Dr Gino Rigotti, Dr Enrico Robotti, Dr Andrea Sbarbati, Dr Peter Palhazi.
At the request of the Association of Assistance to Disabled Children and Youth in Road Accidents “Heart”, voivode Marcin Zydorowicz and vice-voivodship Ryszard Mićko presented awards to distinguished activists of the organization.
15 May 2015
The sixth edition of the Hippocrates Plebiscite organized by “Głos Szczeciński” has ended, and the most popular and the most friendly in the medical industry were chosen thanks to the readers’ votes.
The ranking was commissioned by Newsweek Poland to the Association for Healthcare Quality Promotion in Poland. Not only numbers and types of surgeries performed, but also service quality and hospitalization standards were taken into consideration.