A prestigious international Ear Nose Throat (ENT) conference being held in Egypt in November will unite top surgeons from across the Middle East and help share clinical excellence worldwide.
Organised by Downs Surgical, the UK’s premier surgical instrument manufacturer, in association with The Royal College of Surgeons of England, the event will act as a platform for leading surgeons to discuss and exchange clinical experiences, in the interest of providing the best possible care for their patients.
It will offer surgeons the opportunity to come together to discuss the most recent developments and to link these advances to evidence based practice in order to develop the surgical service they offer their patients.
There will also be a generous sharing of expertise between faculty and delegates, an element which is crucial for both surgeons and surgical innovators.
ENT surgery is a complex and demanding surgical specialty, with surgeons working closely with trauma and intensive care teams on a daily basis, operating on a range of ENT related diseases.
The problems managed by an ENT specialist are vast and cover a range of issues from treating facial deformities, hearing and balance problems, snoring, voice and swallowing disorders, to fighting the increasing number of oral cancers related to smoking and drinking.
To meet this ever demanding role, it is crucial that cutting edge innovations are continually being developed and the people inventing these technologies understand the needs of both surgeons and patients – which is why Downs Surgical work closely with The Royal College of Surgeons of England to arrange events like this around the world.
This is the second ENT conference, which has taken place in Egypt and the location was chosen because of Downs Surgical’s strong links within the country.
Steve Spurgin, International Business Manager at Downs Surgical, said: “By working closely with the prestigious organisation such as The Royal College of Surgeons of England we can gain a deeper understanding of the needs of surgeons, understand their requirements, and in turn use this knowledge to develop new and unique solutions that satisfy their needs at every level.
“It is crucial that cutting edge innovations are continually being developed and, more importantly, the people inventing these technologies understand the needs of both surgeons and patients.”
The event will take place between from 11-12 November 2009 at The Ritz Carlton in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt.
To find out more about the event or book your place you can contact you local Downs distributor or email the Downs Surgical Events Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
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