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The 11th International Congress of Anesthesiology and Critical Care

Dear colleagues ;
It is our pleasures to invite you to the 11th International Congress of Anesthesiology and Critical Care to be held in the City of Ahvaz, Iran on 12-14 January, 2011.
Hosted by Khuzestan Society of Anesthesiology and Critical Care and Iranian Society of Anesthesiology and Critical Care in collaboration with Ahvaz Jundishapur University of Medical Science (AJUMS), Petroleum Industry Health Organization (PILO) and World Federation of societies of Anesthesiologists, this congress seeks to bring researchers from around the world to share their work with their colleagues. We welcome a wide range of research including basic and clinical comprehensive lectures, research and evidence-based papers (oral\poster presentation), workshops and panels in two separate sessions (anesthesia and nursing). We believe this interactive theme brings participants closer, provides them with an opportunity to enhance the state of knowledge in the field and exchange their experiences and skills for future collaborative research.
As a specialist, your contribution to the field of Anesthesiology and Critical Care has always been valued as is your participation in this international congress. It will be our great pleasure and honor to receive your papers and have you with us during this event. Attendees whose abstracts are accepted for oral presentation will enjoy all the congress facilities and recreational programs free of charge. You are most welcome to join us and have a chance to visit historical and cultural attractions of Khuzestan Province as one of the oldest centers of civilization around the world.

Reza Akhondzadeh MD.
Scientific Secretary of Congress

Title: The 11th International Congress of Anesthesiology and Critical Care
Date: January 12, 2011 - January 14, 2011
City: Ahvaz - Khozestan
Country: Iran, Islamic Republic of
Contact: Dr Akhondzadeh
E-Mail: [email protected]
Web Site: www.ahvaz-anesthesia.com

Plz add this congres to your site

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    This blog is organized and maintained by David S. Smith, M.D., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care, University of Pennsylvania. His subspeciality is anesthesia for patients undergoing neurosurgery. For the past 6 years he has had responsibilites for patient safety and clinical care quality improvment in a Department of over 65 faculty who provide anesthesia care for about 24,000 patients each year. Correspondance can be sent to [email protected]
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