Dealing with Complications in HPB Surgery: A Think Active approach
Webinar Event Details
DATE: Tuesday, 22nd February 2022
TIME: 18:00 CET | 17:00 GMT
TITLE: Dealing with Complications in HPB Surgery: A Think Active approach

Join us for a live interactive discussion with expert surgeons on:
  • VIBe SCALE and the active approach to hemostasis
  • Presentation of clinical experiences and cases
  • Burden of complications in HPB and Trauma surgery

Prof. Tomasz Banasiewicz
Prof Tomasz BanasiewiczChair and Department of General Surgery, Gastroenterological Surgical Oncology and Plastic Surgery, K. Marcinkowski University of Medical Sciences, PoznaƄ, Poland 

Dr. Hayato Kurihara
Dr. Hayato KuriharaMD General and Trauma Surgeon, Emergency Surgery Unit Fondazione IRCCS Ca' Granda Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico, Milan, Italy
(President Elect - European Society for Trauma and Emergency Surgery E.S.T.E.S.)

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