There’s a 19-year-old with a deep cut on her lower leg and a 34-year old man with a dog bite wound in the waiting room. Which one would you close with sutures?

Would you consider antibiotics or tetanus shot?


By attending this workshop you will improve your knowledge on how to take care of wounds, learn about different wound types and their clinical treatment and even practice your suturing skills on models with realistic skin.

Traumatic brain injury workshop is dedicated to medical, social and public health problems which originate from injury itself. Treatment of injury has two phases: preclinical and clinical phase.

While in preclinical phase hypothension and hypoxaemia correction are primary goals, during clinical phase mechanical ventilation of the lungs, capnography and measurment of intracranial pressure are essential procedures. During this very interesting workshop, participants will be presented capnography and airway management.