17th Annual NATA Symposium
The 17th Annual NATA Symposium on Patient Blood Management, Haemostasis and Thrombosis will take place at the Royal Dublin Society in Dublin, Republic of Ireland, on April 14-15, 2016.
The preliminary scientific programme is now available. In agreement with this year’s theme, “From Theory to Praxis”, a special four-part session on perioperative patient blood management and its implementation has been scheduled on the first day, with the objective to provide clear take-home messages for clinical practice. On the second day, parallel sessions have been introduced.
The second announcement in PDF format can be downloaded here.
The deadline for abstract submission has been extended to January 17, 2016.
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Slide Presentations from the 16th Annual NATA Symposium, Prague, 2015
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Slide Presentations from the 16th Annual NATA Symposium
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• For emergency surgery/urgent procedures
• In life-threatening or uncontrolled bleeding."
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