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    This weekend, April 30th, Saturday, and May 1, Sunday, will be our second ONLINE Neurosurgical Conference, with the main topic of “NeuroTrauma”.  All presentations care be viewed

    LIVE at www.Neurosurgical.TV.

    Here’s the Line-up

    Saturday 8 a.m.

    Slaven Gojkovic Third Year Medical Student from Croatia

    62

    “Subdural Hematoma”

     

    1 p.m. Sukh Kalsi Ryan PhD, Professor University of Toronto

    Presenting Paper from “Journal of Neurotrauma” Feb 2016

    83

    Responsiveness, Sensitivity, and Minimally Detectable Difference of the Graded

    and Redefined Assessment of Strength, Sensibility, and Prehension

     

     

    3 pm. Ariel Estramiana MD

    Neurosurgeon, Buenas Aires Argentina

    75

    “Cerebral Contusions: Management

     

    4 pm. Bernardo de Andrada MD

    Neurosurgeon, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

    63

    “NeuroTrauma Case Presentations”

     

    5 pm.Carlos Llumiguano MD

    Neurosurgeon, Ecuador, South America

    65

    “Traumatic spine injury: diagnostic and management”

     

    6 pm. Ammar Hadi MD

    Neurosurgeon, Baghdad, Iraq

    77

    “Bullets from the Sky”

     

    SUNDAY MAY 1

    8 a.m. Slaven Gojkovic MS 3

    Med Student, Zagreb, Croatia

    62

    “Approaches to Brain Stem”

    1 p.m. Mohamad Aldhahir MD

    Neurosurgeon, Yemeni German Hospital

    82

    “Wartime Lumbar Spine Trauma”

    2 pm.  Jorge Luis Vega Celiz MD

    ENT Surgeon, Barcelona Spain

    76

    “Temporal Bone Trauma”

    3 pm. Cesar Oscar Yanes Guandique MD

    Neurosurgeon, El Salvador

    78

    “Management of Penetrating Injuries of the Skull”

    6 pm. Les Garson MD

    Anesthesiologist, UC Irvine

    79

    “Anesthesia in Brain Trauma”

    9 pm.   John Byler , Author

    “You Look Great”: Book

    80

     

     A Saga of TBI Recovery

     

     
     

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