DR. SAVESKI’S LECTURE AT THE WORLD CONGRESS OF ORTHOPEDICS AND TRAUMATOLOGY STIRRED A LOT OF INTEREST
This year again, Prof. Dr. Jordan Saveski attended the SICOT World Congress of Orthopedics and Traumatology which took place in Oman, Asia. At the Congress where more than 5,000 doctors from the entire world were gathered, Dr. Saveski was once again a lecturer at six work sessions. Professor Dr. Saveski, actually, presented his knowledge and experience in front of the attendants and was awarded certificates.
“I was an active participant at the Congress once again this year and delivered my lectures. I received the invitation as a member of the World Committee on Traumatology I have been part of for six years. It has a great honor to be one of the participants because the Congress is attended by doctors from all over the world”, says Dr. Saveski.
The key topic of this year’s Congress were the latest achievements in orthopedic and trauma surgery. Dr. Saveski shared his experience with polytraumatized patients, the most complicated category of patients having life-threatening conditions. Such patients are successfully treated at Acibadem Sistina Hospital too.
“I shared my experiences of specific patient cases for which it was discussed and conclusions were being reached. At all the meetings I has the opportunity to share my experience with the cases I worked on at Acibadem Sistina Hospital”, adds Dr. Saveski.
The participation of Dr. Saveski at this Congress has one more time confirmed that Acibadem Sistina Hospital counts as one of the hospitals that operate using state-of-the-art methods.
The International Society for Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology is one of the most prestigious international congresses, each year attended by a great number of doctors. Dr. Saveski is one of the most representative lecturers given that his lectures always lead to interesting discussions and arouse considerable attention. Dr. Saveski, as a lecturer (Faculty), has attended the last four SICOT Congresses in China, Italy, South Africa and Canada.