More Reasons For You to Visit MediWeek

MediWeek is the UK’s largest healthcare event will bring together 35000 healthcare professionals across 10 world-class exhibitions. MediWeek is a unique opportunity for you, your team, and your trust to come together to discover the cutting...
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Post Surgery Death Rate Improvements

A recent study has shown that there has been a 37% decrease in post-surgical deaths in Scotland since 2008, a figure that showcases the incredible progress surgery has made in the last 10 years. Professor Jason Leitch,...
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Use of Surgery in Neurological Procedures

Scientists have created a decoder that turns brain activity into speech. In future, the brain-machine interface could restore speech for people who have lost the ability to use their voice through paralysis and conditions such as...
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Over Lapping Surgery - Best or Worst Practise?

With 7,285 surgical consultants currently working in the UK and just about another 10,000 trainees and team members making up the rest of the workforce, surgeons in the UK are in high demand. Surgical admissions have...
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The Future of Surgery, Today

Few sectors within the medical and care industries are in constant flux as that of surgery. The act of surgery has seen new techniques, knowledge, equipment, and technology be researched and introduced at a near constant...
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More People Die After Surgery Than by HIV, TB, and Malaria Combined

Around the World, 4.2 million people die every year within 30 days of surgery, with half of these deaths occurring in low to middle-income countries, a study from the University of Birmingham has found. Dr Dmitri Nepogodiev,...
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Does Combining Technology and Surgery Work?

When Dexter Clark was born, he had severe kidney problems. This led to complications when he ate, meaning he could only consume food through a feeding tube. When the medical staff at Guy’s and St. Thomas’...
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Surgical Advancements: Fetal Surgery

In October 2018, a team from Great Ormond Street Hospital and University College London Hospital have carried out the first operations on the damaged spinal cords of babies in the womb. These were the first operations...
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Speaker Q&A - Malcolm Wilson

The Surgery Convention will be running as part of MediWeek on the 17th and 18th March, 2020. Providing access to the cutting edge of surgical technology, the Surgery Convention will also have speakers, all part of...
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The Surgery Convention's Focus

The all-new Surgery Convention, the UK’s leading event for surgeons and their surgical teams, will be held on the 17th and 18th March 2020, at the NEC, Birmingham. It will be part MediWeek, which includes the...
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Introducing The Surgery Convention 2020

The Surgery Convention is the UK’s leading event for surgical teams. The show will bring 1,500 surgeons, and 500 hospital directors and procurement managers under one roof. The Surgery Convention will host 60 CPD accredited seminars...
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