Recommended Global Surgery Webinars & Conferences
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SURGERY MEET 2022
We look forward to seeing in September 13-14, 2022 | Webinar for the "3rd International Virtual Conference on Surgery & Anesthesia".
We are Gratified to invite all interested and enthusiastic participants from across the world to its acclaimed "Surgery and Anesthesia."
Provide a one-of-a-kind forum for world-renowned academicians in the fields of Various Surgeons, Anaesthesiologists, Doctors, Medical Professionals, Surgical Tool Technicians, Pharmaceutical Industrialists, business professionals, Scientists, Industry Researchers, and Scholars to discuss emerging research and technologies. Expert faculty will highlight the newest advances in surgery and anaesthesia, as well as the latest trends in reducing the effects of surgery and anaesthesia.
Anesthesia department providing thorough training in perioperative patient care, pain management, and critical care medicine.
This conference will bring together young and bright students, corporate leaders, and great research communities from across the world. This is a global platform where surgeons and anesthesiologists from various medical departments exhibit their research work in an interactive style and connect with recognized senior specialists.
They may also network with colleagues from all around the world, learn management and leadership skills, and strengthen their analytical and research capabilities. This programmer will include workshops, symposia, oral presentations, poster sessions, and special speeches on a wide range of surgical and anaesthetic topics.
The major goal of the conference is to investigate the most recent technology in anaesthesia and surgery, as well as how to employ it in a safe, successful, and cost-effective manner. Speakers and delegates explore information through paper presentations, poster presentations, speaker forums, and lectures by active scientists to build theoretical and practical skills.
A big reason for going to conferences is to meet with likeminded people and industry peers.
- Presenting a paper
- Networking for future collaborations
- Socialization and the culture factor
- You get to ask questions
- To present your ideas and work to others
- The focus and energy of Like-Minded Individuals
- Added Research Value
- To expand your knowledge and find solutions to problems
- Learn beyond your field or interest
- Practical advice
- Overcome fears
- New Tips & Tactics
- Break out of your Comfort Zone
- Invest In Yourself
- Greater Focus
Sessions and tracks
Track - 1. General Surgery
General surgery, formerly referred to as medical procedure, is one of the ten fundamental care complete claims to frame. General surgery is the discipline that requires knowledge and duty about the usable and employable administration of patients with a broad variety of illnesses, as well as those who may require non-usable, elective, or crisis medical operations. Carefully instructing and administrations have witnessed a variety of alterations as a result of factors such being the occurrence of choice careful fortes, expanding subspecializations, mechanical changes, monetary constraints, and segment shifts.
Track - 2. Sports Medicine Surgery:
Orthopedic surgery and sports go hand-in-hand and the role of the orthopedic surgeon in sports is multifaceted. Participant, team physician, surgeon, and quiet (or not so quiet) spectator are a few of the many roles an orthopaedist assumes in the world of sports. Many orthopedic surgeons have backgrounds in athletics. Orthopaedic surgeons treating athletes young and old will encounter many maladies of the musculoskeletal system
Orthopedic surgery is, indeed, very physical. Strength, agility, and stamina are some of the attributes that can help the orthopedic surgeon to overcome the worst of trauma calls and joint reconstructive cases, many of which can take hours to complete. Orthopedic surgeons treating athletes young and old will encounter many maladies of the musculoskeletal system.
Track - 3: Anaesthesia risk and complications.
The introduction of anaesthesia for surgical treatments was a major changer, allowing essential procedures to be performed in a humane, controlled, and pleasurable manner. While anaesthesia is likely the safest it has ever been, its administration is not without risks, even for the sickest patients.
Track - 4: Ambulatory Anaestesia
Ambulatory anaesthesia is used for surgical procedures where the patient does not need to remain overnight in the hospital. The same anaesthetics used in the operating room are employed in the ambulatory environment, including general, regional, and local anaesthetics. Sedation anaesthetics are also used in the ambulatory context.
Common side effects after ambulatory surgery include
- Sore throat,
- Pain not related to the incision,
- Shivering and drowsiness for at least 24 hours.
Track -5 : Anaesthetic medications and drugs:
Anaesthesia is the practise of providing medications that suppress the experience of pain or other sensations in order for medical or surgical procedures to be performed without undue difficulty or discomfort. Anaesthesia comes in several forms, the most common of which are inhalation (breathing in via the nose and mouth) or injection. An anaesthetic is the drug used to produce anaesthesia.
Antipyretics: : reducing fever (pyrexia/pyresis)
Analgesics : reducing pain (painkillers)
Antimalarial drugs: treating malaria.
Antibiotics: : inhibiting germ growth.
Antiseptics: : prevention of germ growth near burns, cuts and wounds.
Mood stabilizers : lithium and valpromide.
Track - 6. Anaesthelogist role in Surgery:
Anesthesiologists are professionals who received their training after earning a bachelor's degree in medicine. Depending on the nation, this training might run anywhere from 8 to 12 years. Their education exposes students to topics such as pharmacokinetics (the effect of a medicine on the body) and pharmacodynamics (the influence of a drug on other drugs delivered to the patient). They are also trained in mechanical breathing, physiological parameters, neuro-anatomy, and so on.
A common misconception is that an anaesthesiologist is the doctor who “puts patients to sleep” before surgery.
- Before Surgery : The anesthesiologist will complete a preoperative evaluation before the patient goes into surgery
- During Surgery : Control the patient’s pain and level of consciousness to make conditions ideal for a safe and successful surgery
- After Surgery: After surgery, the patients are taken to the Post Anaesthesia Care Unit or Intensive Care Unit
- Outside of Surgery – Pain management: Anaesthesiologist are trained to manage pain during and after surgery. Surgical pain
- Outside of surgery – Research and Academics: provide overall leadership in the areas of patient safety and quality care.
Track -7 Anaestheology:
The phrase anatomical condition is derived from a Greek word that means "lack of sense." Aesthetic application evolved from a need for relief from pain changed cognition to allow a medical operation. Other types of physiological states are managed throughout the medical separation and shipping. Overall, physiological expression of a reversible state of perspective has been realised. There will be three phases: induction, maintenance, and emergence. In prudential sedation, nerve transmission is hampered, and the patient may remain awake or be toroid or anaesthetized throughout the system.
Role of Anaesthesia
Surgical pain relief:
A patient will visit with an anesthesiologist prior to surgery for an examination. The anesthesiologist will develop an operation plan that takes the patient's specific needs into account.
During surgery, the following types of pain management:
General anaesthesia: The patient "sleeps" during the procedure.
Intravenous medicines that relax the patient or make them oblivious of the treatment are known as sedation.
Regional anaesthesia: occurs when a local anaesthetic is given near the nerves to numb the region to be operated on. Nerve blocks or spinal or epidural injections may be used.
Track - 8 Surgical Oncology:
Surgical medicine is a properly forte identify with fix and the board of despite. Diseases have evolved into a pharmaceutical, justifying its own cautious area as evidenced by advancements in the science, pathophysiology, treatment, and organisation of harmful malignancies. Rules that counsel and supply comprehensive cure region care till cancer patients repair, palliative consideration, and personal enjoyment Medication includes three distinct areas: clinical, cautious, and radiation. As a concentrated clinical consideration or therapy, a clinical specialist handles malignant growth abuse therapy or elective medications. Throughout the medical treatment, a cautious clinical specialist destroys the tumour and surrounding tissues. The individual under evaluation also performs some types of biopsy to aid in the detection of cancer. A radiation clinical specialist uses irradiation to treat cancerous growths.
Track - 9. Craniofacial Surgery:
Craniofacial surgery is a surgical specialisation of plastic surgery and oral and maxillofacial surgery that treats malformations of the head, skull, face, neck, jaws, and related structures, both congenital and acquired. Although bone manipulation is frequently used in craniofacial therapy, craniofacial surgery is not tissue-specific; that is, craniofacial surgeons work with bone, skin, nerve, muscle, teeth, and so on.
Craniofacial reconstruction refers to a series of operations used to restore or remodel a live person's face and skull, or to produce a facsimile of a deceased or missing person's head and face.
• Distraction osteogenesis
• Synthetic bone substitutes
• Fibroblast growth factors
• Fetal wound healing
• Skull base surgery
Track - 10. Telesurgery or Remote surgery:
Telesurvey, often known as remote surgery, is widely recognised as a master-slave technique. It has reached a watershed moment in surgical technology and intervention, opening up the possibility of operating on a patient at a remote location with more accuracy and precision. It comprises of one or more arms operated by a surgeon and a master controller in a remote place that has access to all information transmitted via a telecommunications system.
The rise of remote surgery, or telesurvey, has seen a surge in popularity following rapid advancements in computer technology, telecommunications, and robotics.
Limitations of telesurgery:
1. There are considerations towards patient safety and privacy, high costs of initial implementation and maintenance.
2. The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted a more recent and emerging problem in telesurgery.
3. Minimal collateral damage to adjacent healthy tissues accelerates patient recovery.
4. minimizes the risk of infection; as surgeons and patients are geographically separated, telesurgery eliminates the risk of viral transmission.
5. Disadvantages of telemedicine include confusion for patients regarding the identity of their physician or extended healthcare team.
- All Surgery Content
- Intraoperative Monitoring (IOM)
- Elective Surgery
- Transplant Surgery
- Trauma Surgery
Track - 11. Laser Surgery:
Laser surgery treats the skin by using laser energy. Laser surgery may be used to address skin disorders as well as aesthetic issues like sunspots and wrinkles.
Steps you can take to prepare for surgery include:
Know what surgery may cost you. LASIK surgery is usually considered elective surgery, so most insurance companies won't cover the cost of the surgery. Be prepared to pay out-of-pocket for your expenses.
Arrange for a ride home. You'll need to have someone drive you to and from your place of surgery. Immediately after surgery, you might still feel the effects of medicine given to you before surgery, and your vision may be blurry.
Skip the eye makeup. Don't use eye makeup, cream, perfumes or lotions on the day before and the day of your surgery. Your doctor may also instruct you to clean your eyelashes daily or more often in the days leading up to surgery, to remove debris and minimize your risk of infection.
Types of Laser Surgery:
- To shrink or destroy tumours
- To help prevent blood loss by sealing small blood vessels
- Refractive eye surgery
- Dental procedures
- To treat some skin conditions, including removing warts, moles, tattoos, birthmarks, acne, scars, wrinkles, and unwanted hair.
- Dry eyes, glare, halos and double vision.
1. Autoimmune disorders, such as rheumatoid arthritis
2. Weakened immune system caused by immunosuppressive medications or HIv
3. Persistent dry eyes
4. Recent changes in vision due to medications, hormonal changes, pregnancy, breast-feeding or age
5. Inflammation of the cornea, lid disorders, eye injuries or eye diseases, such as uveitis, herpes simplex affecting the eye area, glaucoma or cataracts.
Track - 12. Plastic Surgery:
Plastic surgery is a well-defined field that includes the rebuilding, remodelling, or correction of the human body. It is divided into two major categories: reconstructive surgery and restorative surgery. While reconstructive surgery aims to replicate or enhance the function of a physical part, corrective surgery aims to improve its presence
Types of Plastic Surgery
Track - 13. Cosmotic Surgery:
Cosmetic cosmetic surgery can help you convert. For some, it may imply reshaping the body's contours and form, smoothing wrinkles, or removing bald spots. Others may choose for varicose vein therapy. There are several cosmetic surgery procedures that men and women may choose from in order to create an image that makes them feel more confident and pleased with their appearance.
Although health conditions seldom cover the expense of aesthetic operations, the number of people opting for cosmetic plastic surgery continues to rise. Breast augmentation, liposuction, rhinoplasty, eyelid surgery, stomach tuck, and face lite are the top cosmetic surgeons.
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Track - 13. Orthopedic surgery
Musculoskeletal surgery expressly regulates the consideration of the musculoskeletal framework, which includes bones, joints, muscles, connected nerves, channels, and the covering skin.
ORTHOPEDICS COMMON CONDITIONS
- Herniated Disk Surgery
- Hip Replacement Surgery
- Knee Replacement Surgery
- Rotator Cuff Surgery
- Spinal Fusion
- Tommy John Surgery
- Vertebroplasty / Kyphoplasty
Track - 14. Anaesthesia Recovery
Recovery. After your surgery, the anesthesiologist will withdraw the anaesthesia and you will gradually awaken. You'll normally start in a recovery room before being moved to a ward. Depending on your situation, you may need to stay in the hospital for a few hours to a few days following your surgery.
Recovery after anaesthesia is defined as "a condition of awareness in which an individual is awake or readily arousal, aware of his surroundings, and aware of his identity" The removal of anaesthetic substances from the brain causes awakening.
PHASES OF RECOVERY FROM ANESTHESIA
This consists of return of consciousness, recovery of protective airway reflexes, and resumption of motor activity. This stage usually lasts for a short time.
During this stage, the patient regains his power of coordination and the feeling of dizziness disappears. This stage usually lasts for 1 h after short anaesthetic. Outpatient may be considered fit for discharge with a responsible escort.
There is a full recovery of coordination and higher intellectual function. It may last for hours or even days.
Drug factors/pharmacological causes
Residual drug effects: A heavy premedication or the relative overdose of general anaesthetics agents may be the cause of delayed awakening.
Potentiation by other drugs: Prior ingestion of opioids and benzodiazepines or nonanesthetic drugs that affect cognitive function such as tranquilizers, antihypertensive, anticholinergics, clonidine.
Drug interactions: Patient taking monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) may experience severe drug interactions with IV agents.
Track - 15. Obstetric and Oncology Surgery
Obstetrics and gynaecology are two subspecialties of medicine that cover the physiological condition, childbirth, and hence the postnatal characteristics, while gynaecology covers the health of the feminine system - ducts, uterus, ovaries, and breasts. Gynecological surgery is frequently used for aesthetic or elective purposes.
Track - 16. Sedation
Sedative drugs include isoflurane, propanol, ketamine, clonazepam, and midazolam. Sedation is frequently used as part of small operations, such as endoscopy, vasectomy, or dentistry, as well as for reconstructive medical purposes, a couple of co-relative medical treatments, extraction of knowledge teeth, or for high-anxiety individuals. Sedation techniques in dysentery include inhalation sedation, oral sedation, and intravenous sedation. Inhalation sedation is also known as relative analgesia.
The main levels of sedation are:
Minimal – Minimal sedation will help you relax, but you will likely be awake. You’ll understand questions your doctor is asking and be able to answer as well as follow directions. This level of sedation is typically used when your doctor needs you to be involved in the procedure.
Moderate – You will feel drowsy and may even fall asleep during the procedure. You may or may not remember some of the procedure.
Deep – You won’t actually be unconscious, but you’ll sleep through the procedure and probably will have little or no memory of it.
Track - 17. Urology Surgery:
A urologist may undertake a range of urological treatments to diagnose and treat urologic issues when you see them.
The objective is for patients to be self-sufficient as soon as feasible following surgery. This implies you can carry out your everyday duties with minimal outside assistance. Patients who recover faster after surgery can receive additional cancer therapies sooner and more safely.
Our surgeons are experts in every aspect of urology. To offer complete care, they collaborate with medical oncologists, paediatricians, radiation therapists, and gynaecologic surgeons. We also have a research team focused on molecular and cell biology, tumour biology, biochemistry, and molecular genetics. For clinical trials, we not only treat patients with cutting-edge clinical technology, but we also understand their diseases in the laboratory.
- Adrenal gland surgery
- Bladder surgery
- Genital and pelvic reconstruction
- Kidney stone removal
- Kidney surgery
- Pelvic prolapse repair
- Prostate surgery
- Testicular surgery
- Ureter surgery
Track - 18. Robotic and Computer assisted Surgery:
One of the most recent areas of progress in minimally invasive surgery is robotic aided surgery. Robots in surgery have the potential to make procedures safer and more readily reproducible, reducing patient risk. Surgical robots are classified into two types: active and passive. Active robots may operate independently, but passive robots require greater contact from the surgeon or user. This article provides a quick overview of some of the current technologies utilised in passive and active robotics.
These are just a few representative applications of the synergistic use of computer and robotic technology assisting the orthopaedic surgeon. While the individual systems are certain to change over time, the basic principles of correlating radiographic and anatomic data through a registration process, and displaying additional instrument or implant information through smart tools and surgical navigation are certain to become an increasingly important aspect of joint arthroplasty, deformity correction, and spinal and trauma surgery.
Console: Where the surgeon sits during surgery. The console is the control centre of the device and allows the surgeon to view the surgical field through a 3-Dimensional endoscope and control movement of the surgical instruments.
Bedside cart: Includes three or four hinged mechanical arms, camera (endoscope) and surgical instruments that the surgeon controls during surgical procedures.
Separate cart: Contains supporting hardware and software components, such as an electrosurgical unit (ESU) suction/irrigation pumps, and light source for the endoscope.
Track - 19. Current trends in Anaesthesia
Anesthesia has aided in the successful completion of complex procedures such as organ transplantation, excretory organ transplantation, and liver transplantation. There have been several advances in the physiological state as a result of these widespread uses. Several technologies are on the rise, the most advanced being the ultra sound device for nerve localization, which was formerly utilised for diagnosis and monitoring but is now being phased out in anaesthesia for monitoring rate of flow.
Track - 20. Spinal Anaesthesia
Intramural block and intrathecal block are types of local anaesthesia that include the infusion of local anaesthetic into the subarachnoid area, often with a small needle no more than 9 cm long. Long needles are available for obese people.
Based on the relationship between the amine and aromatic arms, drugs utilised for spinal anaesthesia in caesarian section are mostly local anaesthetics of the amide or ester class. The aromatic arm is responsible for lipid solubility, which determines potency; the more lipid soluble the medication, the faster the time of onset and the greater the potency; and the capacity to bind plasma proteins is an indicator of the drug's duration of action.
Track - 21. Steroid Anaesthesia:
Chronic steroid treatment patients may develop secondary adrenal insufficiency, which can present as full-blown adrenal cueists during the surgical time. Chronic steroid medication may cause HPAA suppression, leading in low CRH and ACH levels, atrophy of the adrenal zone fasciculate, and decreased cortisol production.
Many synthetic neurosteroids have been used as analfestists for general anaesthesia during operations. The most well-known include alphaxolone, alphadolone, hydroxyzine, and minaxolone. The earliest of them was hydroxyzine, which is the esterified 21-hydroxy derivative of 5 –pregnanedione. Hydroxyzine was discovered to be a full-strength narcotic prescription with a good safety record, yet it was excruciating and worrisome when implanted, most likely due to low water solubility.
Track - 22. Oral and Maxofacial Surgery
Oral and exposed body parts surgery is a subspecialty of clinical power that works with the mouth, teeth, jaws, and facial drawing. It encompasses the diagnosis, treatment, and management of many disorders such as invest tooth skew jaws, face anguish and damage, wheezing difficult rest apnea, and carcinoma. Major complicated a medical plan in offs is invigorating and sometimes useful. It comprises craniofacial surgery for inherent disorders, malignant growth and wounds involving the bone base, and disease-related face surgery. Bound move down of systems squeezed by oral and exposed body parts experts contain facial wound activity, ejection of head and neck attentiveness, and dangerous tumour activity.
Track - 23. Applications of General Surgery
Applications for General Surgery are accepted through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS AAMC). Please submit a full application as well as two letters of recommendation, USMLE and medical school transcripts, a personal statement, and a Dean's letter. All applications and accompanying documentation must be received.
Categorical General Surgery (NRMP Code 1737440C0): A 5-year training post in General Surgery that leads to American Board of Surgery board eligibility. Aside from clinical training, category residents in this programme often conduct two years of concentrated research in either basic or clinical sciences. Between the PGY2 and PGY3 clinical years, dedicated research is often done.
Surg-Prelim/Int Radiology (NRMP Code 1737440P3): General Surgery training post for one year. This is a joint advanced-preliminary track at UVA Medical Center involving Interventional Radiology-Integrated and General Surgery. Applicants for the Interventional Radiology-Integrated Residency who want to complete their training at the UVA Medical Center must rank the UVA General Surgery joint preliminary PGY-1 programme on the additional rank order list.
Preliminary Surgery (NRMP Code)
Track - 24. Neuro Surgery:
A neurosurgeon is a physician who specializes in the diagnosis and surgical treatment of disorders of the central and peripheral nervous system including congenital anomalies, trauma, tumors, vascular disorders, infections of the brain or spine, stroke, or degenerative diseases of the spine. The education and training to become a neurosurgeon is rigorous and extensive and includes the completion of:
Careful affirm to fame that neural control system, unattended with the mind, funiculars, and nerves of the body. Neurosurgeons, sometimes known as mind specialists, focus on a specific area of the nervous system, while others examine the cerebrum, neck, and spine. The many subjects are divided into regions. International Conference on Surgery and Physiological State might focus on the field of surgery. Neurosurgery-Oncology Neurosurgery
Continuing education — annual meetings, conferences, scientific journals, research — to keep up with advances made in the complex field of neurosurgery.
Track - 25. Thoracic Surgery
Thoracic surgery focuses on the organs of the chest, such as the heart, lungs, oesophagus, and trachea. Technological advancements have increased the safety and accessibility of these sophisticated surgical procedures. Esophagectomy: An esophagectomy includes removing the majority of the oesophagus, shaping the stomach into a tube, and creating a new connection between the tabularized stomachs and residual oesophagus so that swallowing is feasible. A feeding jejunostomy tube is inserted into the small intestine to deliver nourishment throughout the healing process.
In its most basic form, a target audience is a set of people who are most likely to be interested in your product or offer. And members of this group share characteristics. Consider some instances of target audiences.
- Surgeons and Medical Analysts
- Residents, Interns, and Students
- Faculties of Research
- Nurses and doctors
- Vice Presidents and Presidents
- Professors and scientists
- Academic Researchers
- Universities and medical schools
- Associations and Societies
- Entrepreneurs in Business
- Institutes of Learning
- Companies that make medical devices
- Professionals in the Industry
Divide the group into categories depending on their varied interests, such as hobbies and entertainment choices. This may assist you in creating data-driven, highly tailored communications that helps you to engage with your audience in meaningful ways and generate brand loyalty.
Intention to Buy
Define groups of people who are seeking for a certain product, such as a new television or automobile. This will assist you in understanding your audience's pain spots, allowing you to generate personalised messaging that meets their requirements.
Subcultures are groups of individuals who share a shared experience, such as music genres or fandoms in the entertainment industry. You can better grasp who you're attempting to connect with if you understand some of your target audience's reasons.
As a marketer, it is vital to understand your target audience. This information will act as the foundation for any marketing strategy and plan you undertake. Advertising during the Super Bowl may appear to be a great way to reach as many people as possible, but it is also expensive. Furthermore, just one-quarter of the audience is likely to be interested in your products. Knowing that your target audience reads a certain newspaper or watches a certain television show means that your advertisement will be seen by fewer people, but by the right ones. Advertisements in running publications, for example, may be a better fit for your target market if you offer running shoes. Choosing the right media is essential for increasing your marketing ROI.
For Students and Research Scholars:
- Poster Competition (Winner will get Best Poster Award)
- Young Researcher Forum (YRF Award to the best presenter)
- Student Attendees
- Group registrations
For Business Delegates:
- Speaker Presentations
- Symposium hosting
- Book Launch event
- Networking opportunities
- Audience participation
For Universities, Associations & Societies:
- Association Partnering
- Collaboration proposals
- Academic Partnering
- Group Participation
For Product Manufacturers:
- Exhibitor and Vendor booths
- Sponsorship’s opportunities
- Product launch
- Workshop organizing
- Scientific Partnering
- Marketing and Networking with clients
A market analysis is a comprehensive examination of a market within a particular sector. You will investigate the characteristics of your market, such as volume and value, possible client categories, purchasing habits, rivalry, and other crucial elements, using this analysis.
An anaesthetic is a medication used to relieve discomfort during surgery. In current anaesthetic therapy, a wide range of medications are employed. Many are infrequently utilized outside of anaesthesia, whilst others are routinely used by all disciplines. All of the medications are classified into three categories: general anaesthesia, regional an aesthesia, and local anaesthesia.
Number of Anaesthesiologists all over the Globe:
The World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists has revealed a survey that, the number of anaesthesiologists worldwide. They found that wealthy countries, like the U.S. and Germany, have 20 to 30 anaesthesiologists for every 100,000 people; but in sub- Saharan Africa and parts of Asia, there is often less than one for every 100,000 people.
But in sub- Saharan Africa and parts of Asia, there is often less than one for every 100,000 people. Here's a global sampling: Switzerland 54.22 per 100,000; Russian Federation: 20.91 per 100,000; United States: 20.82 per 100,000; South Africa: 16.18 per 100,000; Canada: 12.42 per 100,000; Cuba: 15.68 per 100,000; Mexico: 6.42 per 1
- Harvard university-US
- Johns Hopkins university- US
- University of Toronto – Canada
- University of washing ton – US
- University of Pennsylvania –US
- Washing ton University –St. Louis US
- University of Amsterdam –Netherlands
- University of Oxford –UK
- Emory University- US
- University of Oxford-UK
- Emory University –US
- University College London –UK
- Karolinska Institute –Sweden
- Columbia University – US
- Catholic University of Leuven
- BeligumImperial College-London UK
Global Medicals Working on Surgery:
- EI Camino hospital – Mountain view, California
- Fortis Memorial Research institute – Gurgaon, India
- Johns Hopkins hospital –Baltimore, Maryland
- Anadolu Medical Center – Kocaeli Turkey
- .Palmar Medical Center – Escondido California
- Bumrangrad International Hospital – Bangkok Thailand
- Mayo Clinic Cancer Center – Arizona, Florida
- MinnesotaClemencean Medical Center – Beirut, Lebanon
- Gleneagles Medical Center – Tanglin, Singapore
- Asclepius Klink Barmbek – Hamburg, Germany
- Wattanosoth Cancer Hospital – Bangkok, Thailand
- Loveland Clinic – Cleveland
- Ohio Stanford Hospital & clinics – Stanford, California
- Ramkhamhaeng Hospital –Bangkok, Thailand.
- Massachusetts General Hospital – Boston.
- Massachusetts, Mercy san Juan Medical Center – Carmichael
- UCLA Health: Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center – Los Angeles, California.