There is a surge in the interest for the treatment of traumatic central nervous system (CNS) injuries. Globally, there is an increasing incidence of traumatic injuries to the brain and spinal cord. In the Western societies, traumatic brain injuries are the most common cause of death and persistent disabilities in young individuals.
Despite a lack of strong scientific evidence, scarcity of specific treatments and variations in clinical practice, there is considerable enthusiasm for the development of novel treatments and technologies for Neurotrauma patients.
The EANS (www.eans.org), European Association of Neurosurgical Societies, is the largest neurosurgical association in Europe and has numerous collaborations and affiliations throughout the world. The EANS is devoted to neurosurgical education and promoting neurosurgical research through collaborations withother societies including critical care, emergency medicine and radiology. The EANS Section of Trauma & Critical is one of the largest sections and is increasingly active, due to the large interest in neurotrauma across Europe. As an important task, the 1st Trauma & Critical care meeting will be held in Lund, Sweden. Lund is a small university town with an impressive history in neurotrauma and neurocritical care research and practice.
This upcoming meeting will appeal to clinical specialists, as well as clinicians undergoing specialist training, in areas such as emergency medicine, neurosurgery, anesthesiology, intensive care, neurology, surgery, rehabilitation medicine, radiology, neuropsychology, clinical chemistry, and coagulation medicine.
Considering the central role of EANS, and is collaboration with many other societies, there are excellent possibilities to attract many visitors to this meeting. Recruitment of attendees is already in motion.
We aim to present a meeting that reflects the clinical reality. Hence, the meeting will have a clinical patient-oriented emphasis, and aim to present updates at the forefront or neurotrauma management. Topics will include Prehospital Care, ER management, Coagulation in Neurotrauma, Spinal Cord Injuries, Neurotrauma in Sports, Imaging in Neurotrauma, Neurobiomarkers, Neurointensive Care and Rehabilitation will reflect the multidisciplinary nature of neurotrauma
Specially invited top international speakers will present new exciting data and discuss important clinical problems.
We hope that you will come and join us in Lund for this exciting meeting!
Niklas Marklund och Johan Undén
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