World Congress of Surgery WCS 2019

 

The next World Congress of Surgery WCS 2019 with a full weeks program by the International Association for Trauma Surgery and Intensive Care will take place in Krakow, Poland, 11 - 15 August 2019.

The Scientific Program WCS 2019 will be developed in a short future and we hope on a great participation of IATSIC members and trauma interested delegates.

 

Check the WCS 2019 Website ! (coming soon)

 

 

 

gallery/basilisktransp10klein2
gallery/logo_wcs2017_small2

A highly successful and stimulating WCS 2017 has happened in Basel, 13-17 August 2017 !

 

Get the impressions

 

Highlights

Sunday, 13 August 2017

Monday, 14 August 2017

Tuesday, 15 August 2017

gallery/video
gallery/video
gallery/video
gallery/video
gallery/pictures
gallery/pictures
gallery/pictures

 

IATSIC Prize Winners at WCS 2017

 

The following Free Paper and Poster Prizes were awarded at WCS 2017. The IATSIC Committees congratulate the awardees for this achievement !

 

 

IATSIC Free Paper Prize

 

Presenting Author: Brian P. Smith, USA

 

DOES INTUBATION FOR GLASGOW COMA SCORE ≤8 IN BLUNT TRAUMA PATIENTS IMPROVE OUTCOMES? A PROPENSITY-MATCHED EVALUATION
Brian P. Smith (1),*, Ryan Dumas (1), Jessica Beard (1), M. Kit Delgado (2), Daniel Holena (1)
(1)Surgery, (2)Emergency Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, United States

 

 

 

IATSIC Poster Prize

 

Presenting Author: Alain Chichom-Mefire, Cameroon

 

CLINICIAN GESTALT OUT-PERFORMS FORMAL INJURY SEVERITY SCORING SYSTEMS IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY SETTING
Sabrinah Christie (1), Alain Chichom-Mefire (2),*, Rochelle Dicker (1), Arabo Saidou (3), Pierre Nsongoo (4), Isabelle Feldhaus (1), Fanny-Nadia Ngoung Dissack-Delon (5), Catherine Juillard (1)
(1)Center for Global Surgical Studies, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, United States, (2)Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Buea and Regional Hospital Limbe, Cameroon, Buea, (3)Laquintinie Hospital, Douala, (4)District Hospital Pouma, Pouma, 5Ministry of Public Health, Yaoundé, Cameroon

 

 

 

AAST / IATSIC Free Paper Prize

 

Presenting Author: Matthew Hernandez, USA

 

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE SURGERY OF TRAUMA GRADING SYSTEM OUTPERFORMS THE TOKYO GUIDELINES IN ASSESSING CHOLECYSTITIS OUTCOMES
Matthew Hernandez*, Johnathon M. Aho, Humza Saleem, Mumammad Zeb, Donald H. Jenkins, David  Morris, Martin Zielinski
Mayo Clinic, Rochester, United States

 

gallery/logo_wcs2019_transp5cm