Surgery congress 2023

Surgery congress 2023

We cordially invites all attendees from around the world to the "6th Annual Summit on Surgery and Transplantation in Frankfurt, Germany on August 21-22, 2023." Brief keynotes, oral presentations, poster presentations, and exhibitions are all part of the programme. "Advanced technologies used in surgery" and it aims to connect the world's most elegant societies and industries, as well as the world's most famous and prestigious figures.

On behalf of the Organizing Committee, Surgery Congress 2023 welcomes surgeons, medical professors, dental surgeons, resident fellowship winners, medical students, nurses, surgical instrument technicians, pharmaceutical and medical industry doctors.

"Surgery Congress 2023" invites people from all over the world to share compatibility, testing, and the most recent discoveries in the fields of surgery and precision instruments. This is a global opportunity to provide the best steps for sharing knowledge in a particular region. Surgeons are doctors who carry out prudent activities and make critical decisions concerning patient welfare, safety, and government assistance. The specialist should carry out the procedure in collaboration with another specialist, certified professional staff, and a clerk.

Why to Attend?

Surgery Congress 2023” is a meaningful application of education, preparation and skills for medical professionals, scientists, professionals and trainers, with the latest developments and useful difficulties, surgical experience and caution, Equipped with equipment. And it provides a stage to talk about arrangements.

 The target groups are as follows:

Track-01: Surgery

Surgery is a procedure that is used to structurally change the human body by cutting or destroying tissue, diagnosing or treating a condition or disease process, or diagnosing or treating a disease process using equipment that causes local changes. Surgery is a medical practise that may include cutting, crushing, suturing, or otherwise physically modifying the body's tissues and organs. A surgeon who performs surgery to treat disease or injury. It may be advised to perform or confirm a diagnosis, remove damaged tissue or an obstruction, repair or relocate tissue or organ, implant a device, divert a blood vessel, or transplant tissue or organ. An important part of a surgical strategy is to apply a surgical manual or equipment strategy to the victim in order to treat conditions such as injuries and illnesses while rarely improving the patient's actual condition. Complete surgical procedures are classified into three categories: preoperative care, surgical intervention, and postoperative care. The surgical group includes prominent specialists, surgical partners, anesthesiologists, cardiovascular nurses, and operating room nurses.

Track-02: Plastic Surgery

Plastic surgery is a surgical specialty that focuses on both cosmetic enhancement and the reconstruction of facial and body tissue defects caused by illness, trauma, or birth defects. Plastic surgery can restore and improve function as well as appearance. According to studies, those who gain confidence as a result of plastic surgery can improve their relationships with their partners and the other 3,454 people in their lives. Most people believe this is because they are unconcerned about how others perceive them and have poor judgement. Plastic surgery is used to improve the appearance of permanent parts of the body. In some cases, orthodontic surgery may be required. Aesthetic interventions for patients under the age of 18 are an exception and should be performed only after a thorough benefit-risk analysis, including health and psychosocial effects. It is advised that the patient involve his or her parents or guardians in the consent process.

Track-03: Pediatric Surgery

Birth Defect Repair Surgery, if your child has a surgery-required illness, injury, or illness, the Paediatric surgeon has the experience and qualifications to treat your child. Pediatric surgeons frequently see surgical problems that are very different from those seen by adults and general surgeons. Pediatric surgery requires specialist training. Pediatric surgeons care for 4,284 patients ranging from newborns to late adolescents. They have chosen to make pediatric care the focus of their clinical practice, and the nuances of surgical management for children are learned through ongoing education and hands-on experience. It is not easy to become a pediatric surgeon. This is one of the most difficult medical careers.

Track-04: Thoracic Surgery

Thoracic surgery is concerned with the organs of the chest, such as the heart, lungs, oesophagus, and trachea. Technological advancements have increased the safety and accessibility of these complex surgeries. People all over the world are being saved and improved by lung cancer surgery, heart transplants, and anti-reflux surgery. The majority of the oesophagus that makes up the stomach is removed during an esophagectomy, and the remaining portion is connected to the stomach through a new opening. To provide nutrients during the healing process, a nourishing jejunostomy tube is inserted into the small intestine. Patients with early-stage non-small cell lung cancer undergo lobectomy. It is not performed on patients whose cancer has spread to other parts of the body. The most important factors in deciding whether to perform a lobectomy are tumour size, type, and location. Lobectomy is performed on patients aged 11 or 12 who have no history of cancer and are not smokers. These patients have decreased long-term capacity, which means their range of activity will be limited for the rest of their lives.

Track-05: Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon

Surgery on the oral cavity and exposed body parts is a clinical force expert in dealing with problems such as oral teeth, jaws, bent jaws of facial sketches, facial pain and injuries, difficult wheezing rest, and cancer tumors. The Major was off and devoured a medical plan is exciting and sometimes useful. This includes congenital issues, malignant growth, wounds up to the bone's base, and craniofacial medical procedures for sick facials. Restraint system shutdown, promoted by specialists in the oral cavity and exposed body parts, includes facial activity from facial scars, careful drainage of the head and neck, and harmful tumor activity.

Teack-06: Surgical Oncology

Surgical oncology is a medical specialty that uses surgical interventions to treat 4,444 cancers. Its primary goal is to locate and remove cancerous tumors in the body. Surgical oncologists can also check for cancer to see if it has spread to other parts of the body. A surgical oncologist is a surgeon who specializes in the surgical removal of cancerous tumors. They are general surgeons who have received additional training in oncology and other surgical procedures. They also specialize in certain types of procedures to aid in the diagnosis of cancer. Dose is classified into three categories: clinical, alarm, and radiation. Clinical professionals treat malignant growth abuse or selective substance abuse as a targeted clinical consideration or treatment. Through medical procedures, skilled clinical professionals remove neoplasms and tissues. Certain types of bio-pies are also performed by stakeholders to analyse malignant diseases. Clinical radiation specialists are concerned with the use of radiation therapy to treat malignant tumours.

Track-07: Cardiac Surgery

A heart procedure, also known as a cardiovascular procedure, is a procedure performed on the heart by a cardiologist. Cardiovascular surgery is not always required to treat heart problems, but it is used to treat or prevent heart attacks and blood clots, treat arrhythmias, open arterial blockages and stenosis, and repair congenital heart problems. It may be recommended by your doctor for a variety of reasons, including correction. It will be used on a regular basis for the treatment of complex ischemic coronary artery disease, congenital coronary artery disease, or valvular heart disease caused by various causes such as endocarditis, rheumatic coronary artery disease, atherosclerosis, and so on. It also includes a heart transplant. Cardiac medical procedures manifest as a claim of fame decline, as the evolution of the Circle's universe is dominated by nearby declines that are dominated within reach. With the increased use of unobtrusive means, the scene shifts away from overt medical procedures and toward intervention strategies that were previously overwhelmed by various strengths. This job is extremely rewarding because breast cancer is a leading cause of illness and death worldwide.

Track-08: Robotic Surgery

Robotic surgery enables doctors to perform a wide range of complex procedures that are more accurate, flexible, and controllable than traditional methods. In most cases, robotic surgery is associated with invasive surgery. Robots assisted medical procedures in coordinating the experience of competent professionals with advanced PC innovation. Professionals can use automated medical interventions to perform a more complex set of more accurate, adaptable, and controllable methods than traditional strategies. Despite the fact that medical procedures are robotic, they are typically performed through a small incision and are associated with a very small number of invasive medical intervention systems used in certain conventional open surgery.

Track-09: Otolaryngologist Surgery

An ophthalmologist is a doctor who diagnoses, treats, and prevents eye and visual system diseases. Acute and chronic eye diseases are among them. Your responsibilities include those of both a doctor and a surgeon. Otorhinolaryngology is an otolaryngology specialty. Because specialists are trained in both medicine and surgery, they are also known as otolaryngologists. Otolaryngologists are also known as otolaryngologists or otolaryngologists. Ophthalmologists are experts in all medical aspects of eye care, such as treatment, surgery, contact lens and eyeglass prescription, and eye problem medications. Otolaryngologists perform a variety of surgical procedures in addition to cosmetic shaping of the head and neck in routine treatment of otolaryngology, sinuses, pharynx, larynx, oral cavity, pharynx, thyroid gland, bronchi, and oesophagus.

Track-10: Acute Care Surgery

Acute cute surgery (ACS) is defined as the urgent assessment and management of non-traumatic general surgical emergencies in adults with the goal of optimally managing the surgical crisis in the abdominal cavity. An intensive medical approach is explained in light of the fact that injury-free and stressful assessment and treatment are common in adults experiencing cautious crises. This welfare model clearly includes the most effective treatment for minor gastric emergencies. Acute surgery is a new field of surgery that uses trauma treatment principles. Severe, cautious crises usually address the primary reasons for clinic approval. These conditions include, but are not limited to, severe redness, redness, redness, obstruction, enteral nausea, gastric contamination, and caged and punctured thick hernias.

Track-11: Cosmetic Plastic Surgery

Cosmetic surgery is a distinct medical specialty that focuses on improving one's appearance through surgical and medical techniques. A plastic surgeon is a surgeon who specialises in the reconstruction of facial and body defects caused by birth defects, trauma, burns, and illness. Cosmetic surgery is performed to enhance a person's appearance. She allegedly had plastic surgery on nine different parts of her body. Although the procedure is available on almost every part of the body, the decision to have plastic surgery should not be taken lightly. Because the results are often permanent, it is critical to provide the appropriate motivation when selecting the right practitioner. Cosmetic surgery to improve one's appearance is no longer limited to movie stars and other members of the entertainment industry. Looking at the positive ones and resolving them properly so that you feel much better must be open and valuable. Improving one's appearance through cosmetic surgery can lead to better body image, self-confidence, social interaction, and professional efficiency. Scar and bruise removal, rhinoplasty, and ear plasty are the most common cosmetic surgery procedures (removal of prominent ears). Breast repair surgery (reduction, enlargement, rearrangement), abdominoplasty (tummy tuck), face lift, liposuction and body contouring, genital area repair surgery, hairless surgery (hair transplantation), and blepharoplasty are all procedures that can be performed (loose).

Track-12: Orthopedic Surgeries

Major orthopedic surgery is becoming increasingly popular in developed countries around the world. Total hip arthroplasty (THA), total knee arthroplasty (TKR), pelvic fracture surgery (PFS), and shoulder surgery are the most common major joint surgeries. Orthopedics, also spelled orthopedics, is a surgical department that specializes in diseases of the musculoskeletal system. Orthopedic specialists treat musculoskeletal disorders, spinal disorders, sports wounds, degenerative disorders, infections, tumors, and congenital disorders with both surgical and non-surgical agents. Orthopedic specialists collaborate closely with other wellness providers and serve as advisors to other physicians on a regular basis. Orthopedic specialists are frequently involved in education (as a professor of medicine) or research. You can work in an orthopaedic or multi-specialist group or as an individual.

  • Wrist and Hand surgeries
  • Hip replacements
  • ACL operations
  • Surgery on the shoulders
  • Wrist and Hand surgeries

Track-13: Obstetric and Oncology Surgery

Surgical oncology is a branch of surgery that focuses on cancer. The emphasis is on surgical treatment of tumors, particularly cancerous tumors. In essence, they are general surgeons with additional training in oncology and related surgical procedures. They also specialize in performing specific types of biopsies to aid in the diagnosis of cancer. In recent years, surgical oncology has become extremely competitive. It is critical to distinguish yourself as an applicant. Obstetrics and gynecology is medicine that includes medicine, two subspecialists in medicine include physiological conditions, childbirth, and thus postnatal qualities, and gynecology is the health of the female system.

  • Female genital mutilations
  • Genitourinary resections
  • Cervical biopsies
  • Gyneco-logic oncology
  • Hysterectomy surgeries
  • Endometrial ablations
  • Urologist and pelvic reconstruction surgeries
  • Endometrial ablation
  • Minimally invasive gynecological surgeries

Track-14: Ophthalmology Surgeon

Ophthalmologists diagnose and treat all eye diseases, perform eye surgery, and prescribe and adjust corrective eyeglasses and contact lenses. Many ophthalmologists also participate in scientific research into the causes and treatments of eye diseases and visual impairments. An ophthalmologist is a medical doctor who specialises in treating patients with eye diseases. They care for patients of all ages who have acute or chronic eye disease. An ophthalmologist is the only person who has received medical and surgical training to treat eye diseases. They frequently perform eye surgery on patients with the ultimate goal of improving vision and thus quality of life. An ophthalmologist or ophthalmologist is a specialist in both medicine and surgery, from prescribing lenses and standard treatments to the best and most accurate surgical interventions. These are practitioners who have received training in the treatment of the entire eye, vision problems, and medical eye disorders, including surgery. Trainee ophthalmologists should remember that standard ophthalmology practices include treating patients with vision-threatening infections. These patients frequently accept (exactly or incorrectly) that they are blind. Addressing the possibility of visual impairment or loss of vision presents unique challenges that can be stressful and frustrating for both doctors and patients. The ophthalmologist should make arrangements for the patient's familiarity and comprehension, as well as clinical expertise.

Track-15: Colon and Rectal Surgery

Colon and rectal surgery is a type of prescription treatment for rectum, buttocks, and colon cancer. This area is commonly referred to as proctology, but this period is currently not consistently used within the drug and is consistently used to separate the chips explicitly associated with the back and rectum increase. Colon and rectal surgery specialists provide up-to-date information on the investigation and treatment of changes in the colon, rectum, and buttocks. Mayo Clinic colon and rectal specialists have completed all surgical preparations, as well as predictive plans for the treatment of colon and rectal problems. Colon and rectal surgeons are experts in the surgical and non-surgical treatment of colon and rectal issues. Colon and rectal surgeons treat benign and malignant diseases perform regular bowel screening tests, and treat problems surgically as needed.

Track-16: Cardiovascular Surgery

Cardiac surgery has been described as a dying field, with the region's meteoric rise overshadowed by its impending decline. The increased use of less invasive methods is shifting the landscape away from open surgery and toward interventional techniques. Other disciplines already dominate intervention techniques. They include the treatment of serious illnesses as well as complex surgery such as heart failure surgery, heart transplantation, heart valve surgery, surgery to treat congenital heart defects in children and adults, transcatheter aortic valve replacement, and transplantation. Specialist in intervention implementation. Angioplasty and coronary artery treatment avoid medical procedures, and drugs are therapeutic steps that improve and increase blood flow through the coronary arteries. At the end of these useful strategies, patients have no other option for medical treatment other than a limited number of heart transplants. Patients with significant life limitations are frequently treated primarily with medications because there are no practical alternatives to medical interventions. Transmyocardial laser blood circulation reconstruction and laser angioplasty for peripheral vascular disease are new strategies for improving blood flow to areas of the heart that have not previously been treated by angioplasty or medical procedure. Lasers are rarely used in cardiovascular medical procedures around the world.

Track-17: Cancer Treatment and Tumor Ablation Surgery

Surgery is the most common first-line cancer treatment for the most common cancers. If the cancer is especially sensitive to radiation or chemotherapy, one of these treatments could be the primary treatment. Other options include targeted therapy, immunotherapy, laser therapy, and hormone therapy. This is a summary of various cancer treatments and their outcomes. Many cancers are treated with surgery. We discovered that approximately 25%-50% of new cancer treatments that have reached rating levels are successful. Over time, the pattern of success remains consistent. This is a minimally invasive surgical technique for the treatment of solid tumors. Without the use of routine surgical procedures, special probes are used to "burn" or "freeze" cancer. Guide the needle probe to the tumor and place it using Computer Tomography (CT), Ultra Sound (US), or Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).

Track-18: Gynecologic Surgery

By affecting the anatomy of the female reproductive tract, gynaecological surgery can directly alter sexual and reproductive function. A study of 50 women who had pelvic surgery for vulvar, cervical, or endometrial cancer found that 83% had sexual problems, compared to 20% in the control group. I filed a report. Gynaecological surgery is any procedure that involves the female reproductive system, including the vagina, cervix, uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. Gynaecologists frequently operate on the female urinary tract, including the bladder. Skin biopsy, Colposcopy (evaluation of abnormal Papanicolaou stain specimens), and cervical biopsy are all options. Endometrial ablation surgery (to control excessive persistent vaginal bleeding) Biopsy of the endometrium.

  • Fibroid Removal
  • Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy (TLH)
  • Ovarian Cysts Removal
  • Laparoscopic Assisted Vaginal Hysterectomy (LAVH)
  • Hysteroscopy Myomectomy
  • Laparoscopic Myomectomy for Fibroids
  • Laparoscopic Supracervical Hysterectomy (LSH)

Track-19: Epilepsy Surgery

Pharmacological treatment is one of the repair strategies with a 70% success rate in the treatment of epilepsy. The medical epilepsy procedure is a successful and safe treatment device for indexical and central epilepsy. The medical procedure for epilepsy is subject to some limitations. There are significant goals achieved, for example, by removing the underlying brain tissue, with certain neurological and intellectual disabilities and adverse effects on postoperative outcomes. It has an impact on psychological outcomes, in particular. Furthermore, patients with various epileptic lesions are barred from medical intervention. Stereotactic meticulous strategies rely on creative placement and the rapid advancement of neurosurgery equipment. Pharmacological treatment is one of the repair strategies with a 70% success rate in the treatment of epilepsy. The medical epilepsy procedure is a successful and safe treatment device for indexical and central epilepsy. The medical procedure for epilepsy is subject to some limitations. There are significant goals achieved, for example, by removing the underlying brain tissue, with certain neurological and intellectual disabilities and adverse effects on postoperative outcomes. It has an impact on psychological outcomes, in particular. Furthermore, patients with various epileptic lesions are barred from medical intervention. Stereotactic meticulous strategies rely on creative placement and the rapid advancement of neurosurgery equipment.

  • Language difficulty
  • Diplopia
  • Memory problems
  • Loss of athletic performance
  • A small amount of peripheral vision loss Double vision

Track-20: Transplantation

A transplant is a medical procedure in which an organ is removed from the body and placed inside the recipient's body to replace damaged or lost organs. Donors and recipients can be in the same place at the same time, or organs can be transported from one donor site to another. A transplant is a surgical procedure that replaces one of your organs with a healthy organ from another person. Surgery is only one step in a lengthy and complicated process. Some specialists will assist you in preparing for the procedure so that you are comfortable before, during, and after the procedure. Nonetheless, the age of the donor determines whether the transplant or the adverse effects on the patient's survival are significant. This age is less than 30 years old for kidney transplants, but heart transplant data show that donors over the age of 40 have a significant impact. Transplant surgery is a surgical specialty in which organs are transplanted from a living or deceased donor to a recipient who requires a fully functional organ.

Track-21: Anesthesia

Anaesthesia is a medication used to prevent pain during surgery. It does not relieve pain but completely prevents it from tilting. Sedation today includes the use of a variety of medications. Many are used only occasionally outside of anaesthetics, while others are used in all controls. Anaesthesia is classified into two types: general anaesthetics, which cause reversible loss of consciousness, and local anaesthetics, which cause reversible loss of sensation to specific areas of the body.

The field of mild instrumentation is also the most developed, with a recent surge in practice. A new study by the National Center for Health Statistics shows that cardiovascular medical interventions are still at the forefront, with ear interventions being the least. The figure below shows the measurable studies of the different methods performed. Careful device development has also become imperative in recent years, as the market for electrosurgical devices is estimated at $740 million in 2015 and $1.3 billion in 2024, according to a new overview. I'm here. Coupled with advances in technology, many surgical analyzes are expected to be performed to serve the market. Increased patient awareness and increased incidence of cardiovascular and gastrointestinal disease are leading to more surgical interventions. As technology advances, the introduction of robotic devices and 3D monitoring is expected to improve patient accuracy and attention. The choice of mechanical improvement and medical action plans by developing countries could help the market. Apparently, they're raising awareness among wealthy citizens due to the availability of free, multi-functional, world-class healthcare products in the North American nation, and medical device retailers in the region. It is thriving. The worldwide increase in the incidence of rosacea and other skin diseases is driving the trade. Additionally, the rapidly aging population and general concerns about acne and related skin conditions are some of the key factors driving the trade.                                     

Insights on the value of global business and research:

Aging population and growing public opinion towards surgery are the main reasons for the recent increase in demand in the industry. In addition, advances in machinery have increased industry profits as customers have found access to safer and cheaper technology. During this time, your income should increase. Rising surplus funds and an undeniably growing population will be the fundamental drivers of development over the next five years. Recent years have seen an increase in the number of both surgical and non-surgical corrections. He is credited with increasing free his cash his flow, improving the wellbeing of surgical strategies, improving patient confidence in such surgery, and contributing to the development of medical tourism.

Surgery Associations:


  • Swedish Medical Society
  • Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery (MMK)
  • Astoriakliniken
  • Elekta Instrument AB Stockholm
  • Uroclinic Sverige
  • Embassy of the United States of America in Sweden
  • Specsavers Stockholm Götgatan
  • Specsavers Stockholm Sveavägen
  • Avis Biluthyrning Stockholm-Arlanda flygplats
  • Specsavers Stockholm Kungsgatan


  • Jönköping University Foundation
  • Chalmers University of Technology
  • Umea University        
  • Uppsala University
  • Malardalen University
  • Lund University
  • Erica Foundation
  • Orebro University
  • Sodertorn University
  • Stockholm University
  • Sophiahemmet University College
  • Linnaeus University
  • Karolinska Institute
  • KTH Royal Institute of Technology


  • Molnlycke Company
  • GE Healthcare  Company
  • Danderyd Hospital Company
  • Siemens Healthineers Company
  • Capio Company
  • Abbott Company
  • Arjo Company
  • Philips Company
  • Mindler (Sweden) Company
  • CellaVision Company
  • Private Company
  • Erickson Living Company
  • Mount Sinai Health System Company

Global Association universities in Surgery:

Universities in Europe:

  • Karolinska Institute, Sweden
  • Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany
  • Heidelberg University, Germany
  • LMU Munich, Germany
  • ETH Zurich, Switzerland
  • KU Leuven – University of Leuven, Belgium
  • Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands
  • Sorbonne University, France
  • Maastricht University, Netherlands
  • University of Paris, France

Universities in America:

  • University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences/UAMS College of Medicine, Arkansas
  • Keck School of Medicine of University of Southern California, California
  • Loma Linda University School of Medicine, California
  • Stanford University School of Medicine, California
  • University of California, Davis School of Medicine, California
  • University of Colorado School of Medicine
  • California North state University College of Medicine, California
  • University of Connecticut School of Medicine
  • Mayo Medical School, Arizona
  • University of Michigan Medical School
  • University of Arizona College of Medicine - Phoenix  , Arizona
  • George Washington University Medical School
  • UCSF School of Medicine
  • Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science, California
  • Georgetown University School of Medicine
  • University of Maryland School of Medicine
  • Boston University School of Medicine
  • University of California, Riverside School of Medicine

Universities in Asia:

  • University of Western Australia
  • University of Adelaide, Australia
  • University of Queensland, Australia
  • National University of Singapore
  • Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
  • University of Science and Technology of China
  • Peking University, China
  • Tsinghua University, China
  • University of Science and Technology of China
  • Kyoto University, Japan
  • Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU), South Korea
  • Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), South Korea
  • Pohang University of Science and Technology, South Korea
  • Seoul National University, South Korea

Universities in Middle East:

  • AUB - American University in Beirut
  • Qasr El Aini - Egypt
  • University of Alexandria - Egypt
  • Cairo University
  • Al Faisal University - KSA
  • University of Jordan
  • Nile University (private) Egypt
  • RCSI - Royal College of Surgeons Ireland - Bahrain Campus
  • MBRUH - Dubai UAE
  • Gulf University – Bahrain

Global Funding Foundations:

  • Gates Foundation
  • Garnham Fellowship RSTMH
  • AAS Research Fellowship
  • Thrasher Research Foundation
  • Fogarty International Centre Research Training Grants
  • Fogarty International Centre’s director of international funding
  • Gorgas Memorial Research Award
  • ACS Research Fellowship
  • American Association of University Women
  • Plastic Surgery Education Foundation
  • Global Health Scholars Program
  • Arthur Tracy Cabot Fellowship
  • Rockefeller Resources
  • Yerby Fellowship through HSPH
  • American Philosophical Society
  • GWIS
  • NIH Loan Repayment Program
  • Global Surgery Fellowship
  • USAID Global Health Fellowship

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