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40th IMSC & SEE Summit  🚑 40th IMS Congress 💊 South East European Summit of Residents and Young Doctors 📅12th-15th May 2017 🏨Hotel Continental-Skopje 🌍 www.40imsc.com

Healthgrouper as a partner to the & South-East European Summit for Residents and Young Doctors - Saturday, 9:30 am, Hotel Continental

Topic: "Common Patterns of Health Workforce Migration from Western Balkans"

The international Research Organization Healthgrouper Summit in the last two years has been involved in two consecutive projects related to the migration of the health workforce from the countries of Western Balkans. In the study that has encompassed four countries of the Western Balkan region, Macedonia, Serbia, Albania and Kosovo, renowned healthcare workers were involved, other professionals and professors from abroad. The talk, that is the first study of its kind, will present the factors and causes that stand behind the migration problem of the doctors from the Western Balkans.
Mrs. Jana Meloska Petrova
Project Coordinator
Healthgrouper Summit - http://healthgrouper.com/mk
Асоцијација на специјализанти и млади лекари-АСМЛ
Blue Cell International

Healthy Options Project Skopje - www.hops.org.mk is coming to the event with 2 lectures & Panel!
1. Use of cannabis in medical purposes, M-r D-r Ivica Cekovski, Program assistant for advocacy in HOPS

2. Prevention of HIV among drug users and sex workers, D-r Hristijan Jankuloski, Executive Director of HOPS

Healthy Options Project Skopje

SURGERY - LATEST Update! New Lecture Announcement... "Polytrauma – Surgical Approach"

Authors: D-r Risto Todorov & D-r Nebojsha Nastov
UKHB Sv. Naum OHridski - Skopje

Polytrauma is defined as injury of two or more regions or organic systems, of which one might be life-threatening, or may result in physical, cognitive, psychological or psycho-social disorders and functional disability.
Polytrauma patients have a high mortality rate, both before, as well as after reaching the hospital. This is the reason why a multidisciplinary approach is required for treating such patients.
The concepts of “pre-hospital trauma life support” and “advanced trauma life support” have been widely adopted as standards in treating severely injured patients. The mnemonic ABCDE, meaning Airway/Cervical spine protection , Breathing, Circulation, Disability/Neurologic assessment, Exposure, is a key part of the primary survey of a patient, which helps identify potentially life threatening conditions and begins resuscitation.
The secondary survey begins after the ABCDE has been completed and includes head to toe examination, a complete neurologic assessment and additional examinations such as X-ray and CT. Depending on the nature of the injuries and the overall condition of the patient, the team needs to decide if damage control surgery gives the patient a better chance of survival, rather than early total care surgery.

STANICA 26 - Friday 00:00h
Reservations: +389 70 242 875 @bojan2111
+389 78 337 674 @stefjovanov


a) Evaluation of muscle injury in elite athletes - Sport player's ability to return to full competition and the role of imaging...... b) Imaging of extremity injuries - the lecture will give an overview of the radiographic appearance of fractures, highlight the features which require intervention and illustrate the use of additional imaging modalities

c) Fracture management - Initial treatment (immobilization) of fractures of the extremities and spine & Understanding the importance of first responder treatment in preventing further complications from the fractures. "Imaging of musculoskeletal trauma and Basics of fracture management of the extremities"

BREAKING NEWS: one more Lecture of Pathology, Cytology & Histopathology added to agenda! "The usage of cell blocks and immunocytochemistry in routine fine needle aspiration and exofolliative cytology"

Speaker: Prof. Dr L. Ivkovski - Diagnostic Laboratory for Histopathology and Cytology, HISTOLAB, Skopje -www.histolab.com.mk


One of the constraints of the conventional FNA smear is the limited material available for adjuvant diagnostic investigations including immunocytochemistry (ICH). The cell block technique employs the retrieval of small tissue fragments from a FNA specimen which are processed to form a paraffin block. It is widely accepted that cell block technique increases the cellular yield and improves diagnostic accuracy.
The ability to obtain numerous tissue sections allows for multiple immunostains and other studies to be performed similar to paraffin sections produced in histopathology.
ICH is today accepted as an indispensable adjunct to cytomorphology The most striking contribution to improved diagnostic accuracy has been among lymphoproliferative disorders and metastatic cancers of unknown origin. Prior to the use of ICH some lymphomas could not be diagnosed with certainty using cytomorphology alone.
Today it is possible to diagnose and subclassify most lymphomas using cytomorphology in conjunction with ICH. This should lead to an expanded use and acceptance of cytology in the work-up of patients with lymphoproliferative disorders. A similar marked effect of ICH on the diagnostic accuracy of cytology has been observed for patients with carcinomas of unknown origin.
Today such patients can, in the majority of cases, have their primary tumour identified, which is of utmost importance for patient management and choice of therapy. The use of ICC for targeted therapies started with the analysis of estrogen and progesterone receptors in patients with inoperable or metastatic breast cancer over 25 years ago. Today new markers such as CD20,

Her2, EGFR and CD117 are being used for targeted therapy. It has led to a dramatic increase in diagnostic accuracy and also allowed the identification of markers both for prognosis and tar.......


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Final preparation.....+ 450 confirmed guests and participants!

SPONSORED Lecture: (added as extra sessions to the 40th IMSC & SEE Summit)
Powered by: www.srce.com.mk (Центар за Внатрешни Болести - СРЦЕ)


1. Нутриционист Александра Пренџова - 10 минути
- Што е Хроно Исхрана и кои се трите принципи

2. Нутриционист Сандра Петковска - 10 минути
- Што опфаќа програмот и кои групи на луѓе може да ја применат

3. Нутриционист Александра Пренџова - 20 минути
- Кои се очекуваните резултати, поткрепено со студии на случај

4. Нутриционист Александра Пренџова и Нутриционист Сандра Петковска - 10 минути
- Бенефитите од физичка активност и штетните резултати на конзумирање „грицки“ помеѓу оброците

5.Поставување прашања и дискусија 10 минути

Орална презентација на програмот кој го нуди ПЗУ „Срце

SPONSORED LECTURES: (added as extra sessions to the 40th IMSC & SEE Summit)
REMEDIKA General Hospital www.remedika.com.mk ➡➡ 1.(Интерна Медицина) - Инвазивни Методи за Дијагностика на Белодробни Карциноми ➡➡ 2.(Патологија-Хистологија) - Хистолошка Класификација на тумори на бели дробови според World Health Organization (WHO) 2015, Д-р Сашо Банев, приватна лабораторија Биопсија
➡➡ 3.(Хирургија) - Хируршки Третман на Белодробни Карциноми, Проф. Д-р Андреја Арсовски, Ремедика

The lectures are sponsored and are targeted to participants from Macedonia (English slides will be available and discussion can be opened by wish)

WORKSHOP: "Brain Injury - brain injuries and values of different imaging modalities, types of brain injury, interpretation"
The etiology of traumatic brain injury (TBI) are highly associated with age; children suffer from abuse and falls mostly, young patients are the victims of motor-vehicle accidents or sport/recreation activities, falls only are the most common in elderly patients. TBI encompasses a wide, heterogeneous group of intracranial injuries that includes acute primary insults occurred at the time of impact and secondary ones such as cerebral swelling or herniation.
Accurate and proper diagnostic imaging is critical for diagnosis and further successful management in all patients with TBI. Noncontrast CT is still the "gold standard" imaging modality in acute setting, because it identifies intracranial extravasation immediately. This noncontrast phase is mandatory in whole body CT protocol dedicated for polytrauma patients.
Characteristic patterns of epidural, subdural and subarachnoid haemorrhage (extra-axial) as well as cortical contusion and intraparenchymal haematoma will be presented. Traumatic axonal injury (TAI) is another, severe clinical condition with only minimal or complete absence of morphological changes on CT images. Conventional MRI sequences in patients with brain trauma are less sensitive than CT in detection of hyperacute and acute intracranial bleeding. However, FLAIR technique is capable to detect even small amount of extravasated blood.

Speaker: Prof. Dr Violeta Vasilevska Nikodinovska

LAST DAY for registering & Weekend Announcement VIDEO:

1.Imaging and Treatment of trauma of the extremities - workshop
2.Pathology lecture
3.Brain & Spain Injuries - workshop
4.Two Gynecology announcements:
- for student's from all years (no pre-knowledge is needed)
- for Residents & Young Doctors (student can attend also)
5.Surgery & Internal Medicine - lectures

There is something more to come also, stay tuned!

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