The burn symposium is an important event that helps healthcare professionals understand and approach the assessment, resuscitation, and transfer of burn patients in a logical and systematic manner. It is a platform for sharing knowledge, discussing case studies, and hands-on training to enhance the skills and expertise of medical personnel in managing burn cases.
The symposium will consist of lectures, burn case simulations, and hands-on training for airway management, fasciotomies, and escharotomy incisions on cadavers. Participants will be able to interact with leading experts in the field of burn care and learn from their experiences and knowledge. The event aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of burn management, including initial resuscitation, wound care, and reconstructive surgery.
The symposium will be led by a panel of experts, including Prof Moazzam Nazeer Tarar, Sitar-e-Imtiaz, former ED of Jinnah Burn and Reconstructive Surgery Center/AIMC, Lahore, and Prof Kamran Khalid, current ED of Jinnah Burn & Reconstructive Surgery Center/AIMC, Lahore.
Other esteemed members of the panel include Prof Ashraf Zia, Professor of Anesthesia, AIMC, Lahore, Prof Mustehsen Bashir, Prof of Plastic Surgery, King Edward Medical University, Lahore, and Prof. Yawar Sajjad, Prof of Plastic Surgery, JBRSC/AIMC, Lahore. In addition, the panel includes experts in pediatric surgery, surgery, plastic surgery, and anesthesia, including Dr. Ahsan Nasim, Associate Prof of Surgery, Jinnah Hospital/AIMC, Lahore, Dr. Younas Mehrose, Assistant Professor of Plastic Surgery, JBRSC/AIMC, Lahore, and Dr. Lala Rukh Bangish, Assistant Professor of Anesthesia, JBRSC/AIMC, Lahore, among others.
The burn symposium is an important event that brings together experts in the field of burn care to share knowledge, discuss case studies, and provide hands-on training to healthcare professionals. With the panel of experts consisting of top professionals in the field, the symposium promises to provide a comprehensive understanding of burn management and enhance the skills and expertise of medical personnel in managing burn cases.