Welcome to the unique event in Romania – The Neurosurgical Masterclass!
Reaching its seventh edition, this year’s Neurosurgical Masterclass will mainly focus on the extensive and vital topic of „Vascular Neurosurgery”.
The cerebrovascular diseases and conditions that afflict people today are broadly similar to those in decades past, but our understanding of these conditions and our approaches to treating them have evolved more in the last 20 years than in any prior interval. Just as it did 20 years ago, neurovascular surgery still represents an apex subspecialty, a particularly treacherous field that demands complete commitment from those who would scale its rarefied heights (and frequent depths). For these reasons, especially deep study and preparation is needed by those early in their (neurovascular) careers to be able to achieve the levels of expertise attained by their mentors who gained experience in a different era.
The course will contain foundational information, covering development, anatomy, and physiology relevant to normal and abnormal cerebral vasculature. Residents and students in neurosurgery, neurology, neuroradiology, and neuroendovascular interventionists should master the neurovascular anatomy as a prerequisite to performing procedures.
The theoretical lectures delivered by our elite invited speakers will cover everything from ischemic stroke to aneurysms and vascular malformations such as arteriovenous malformations, fistulas and cavernomas. They will offer us their experience regarding the best approach to a vascular pathology, through an open surgery or endovascular one, showing us pro’s and con’s to each one.
In addition to the theoretical part, participants will be able to engage in one of our workshops: „Live Surgery” – performed by professor Ioan Ștefan Florian, „Introduction to Microsurgery” – under the guidance of doctor Victor Volovici and the Students’ Surgical Society from Romania, “Basic Surgical Skills” or “Neuroimaging Basics”.
Neurosurgical knowledge changes rapidly. In this digital age, much information is available online. You may read these words on an electronic device as on paper but it will never compare with the information and experience you can get by attending a course in which you have the possibility to interract with some of the most renowned masters in this field.
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Location and Date
“Iuliu Hațieganu” Auditorium
23 / Gh. Marinescu St., Cluj-Napoca
February 28 – March 3, 2019
Scientific presentations will be held in English.
Continuous Medical Education
The 7th Neurosurgical Masterclass: Vascular Neurosurgery is credited with 15 CME points by the Romanian Medical College.
Certificate of attendance
Each participant will receive a Certificate of attendance, which can be picked-up from the Info Desk on 3rd of March.
The event’s Secretariat Desk will be located at the “Iuliu Hațieganu” Auditorium (no. 23/Gh. Marinescu St., Cluj-Napoca)
The working schedule is:
- Thursday, 28 February, 16:00 – 20:00
- Friday, 1 March 2019, 08:00 – 18:00
- Saturday, 2 March 2019, 08:00 – 17:30
- Sunday, 3 March 2019, 08:00 – 12:30
Each participant will receive a Program Handbook from the Secretariat Desk.
The Program Handbook includes course and partners materials.
Participants are requested to wear their badges at all times while inside the congress center.
Internet access will be available by the wireless connection available at the location.
Internet password will be available at the Secretariat.
For access in the course’s room you will be using the badge which you will receive after registering at the Secretariat. Participants will choose their seats on “first come, first serve” basis. Therefore, we recommend to plan for an early arrival at the premises.
Photography and recording during the course are prohibited without written permission from the event Media Coordinator, whom you can contact at the Secretariat.
Participants will serve the coffee breaks/lunch in the designated spaces, as detailed in the Program Handbook.
The electricity in Romania runs on 230 volts and the frequency is 50 Hz. Plugs have two round pins. A plug adaptor will be required if incompatible electronic devices are used.
Drugs and first aid
A wide range of non-prescription drugs are readily available at local pharmacies. For other medication you will need a prescription signed by a registered Romanian doctor. In case of emergency please call the 112 emergency number.
Liability and insurance
The congress operator will not assume responsibility for injury and/or damage involving persons or property during the event. All participants are advised to prevent/avoid any injury/ loss.
Lost and found
Lost property can be taken at the Info Stand. To report a lost item please contact the Info Stand.
Mobile phones must be switched off during all sessions.
Smoking is allowed only in designated areas.
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