1000 participants in an ENT conference in Dubai

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The activities of the 17th Annual Conference of the Middle East Academy of Otolaryngology, which will last for 3 days, started yesterday at the Intercontinental Festival City Dubai. About 1,000 specialist physicians from around the world will participate in the event, which is one of the most important and largest medical conferences in the region specialized in ENT.

Dr. Talal Al-Khatib, ENT Consultant and President of the Conference, emphasized the importance of this global event, which attracts the most skilled and renowned Arab and foreign surgeons, noting that this year’s conference will cover recent and recent developments. Hearing, cochlear implants and rehabilitation for patients with hearing problems and chronic infections with sinusitis, runny nose and shortness of breath, in addition to imbalance problems.

He said participants will present their latest and most recent experiences and research and the most effective ways to deal with ear, nose and throat problems and sleep apnea disorder so that patients and adults in addition to the latest solutions to ensure the best possible care for ears, neck and throat. And thyroid disease.

He said the academy had invited 30 ENT-trained resident physicians from the Middle East and some Asian countries, including 14 from Saudi Arabia, five from Egypt, three from Lebanon, six from Pakistan and India, one from Jordan and one. There is a doctor. The Sultanate of Oman is a first-of-its-kind initiative to encourage students to participate in a competition among residency doctors and select 3 winners who will receive financial rewards and scholarships to continue their higher education and provide them with practical and global experience. .

He noted that on the sidelines of the conference, a number of workshops will be held under the auspices and supervision of international surgeons to train doctors on the best way to treat health problems that affect the ear, nose and throat. Robots in the field of airway surgery, in addition to the use of 22 international organizations participating in the exhibition with the conference, showcasing the latest surgical devices for the treatment of sinusitis and the device to expand the “Stasios” channel that connects the ear and nose through surgical intervention. He noted that most ear, nose and throat operations are now performed through endoscopes, as these are easier for the patient and give better results than traditional methods.


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