The Internal Medicine – Infectious Diseases Clinic at IASO General and the Alpha Institute of Biomedical Sciences (AIBS) are holding a Scientific Seminar titled ‘12th Top-10 on Infections’ on Saturday 10 December 2016, from 10.00 to 17.00, at IASO General’s Events Hall (37-39, Kifissias Av., Maroussi). This interdisciplinary scientific seminar, which has become an institution over the last 12 years, presents all the latest data in the field of infections.
Mr. Matthew Falagas, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine-Infectious Diseases, Chief of the Internal Medicine – Infectious Diseases Clinic at IASO General, is the Scientist Responsible for the seminar. Renowned physicians will participate as speakers and chairs. The scientific program of the seminar includes educational speeches on infection issues and discussion of case reports.
The topics to be elaborated are:
The seminar is addressed to physicians of various specialties and other Healthcare Professionals, as well as to medical and nursing students, given its educational character and the analysis of clinical cases.
Participation in the seminar is free of charge.
To receive more information and register for the event, please contact:
Ms Efi Argeiti, Alpha Institute of Biomedical Sciences (AIBS), tel: +30 210-68.39.604, Fax: +30 210-68.39.605, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.aibs.gr, www.e-meducation.org
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The Hellenic Gynecologic Society for Breast Disease (EGEPAM), in cooperation with IASO Private Hospital, organizes the 2nd Panhellenic Conference of EGEPAM “Dilemmas and antitheses” titled “Breast Screening, Diagnosis and Monitoring – Views and Guidelines for the non-specialist”, on Friday and Saturday, 16 and 17 December 2016 at the Events Hall of IASO Hospital, 37-39 Kifissias avenue, Maroussi. The Conference is held under the auspices of the 1st Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology of the University of Athens. Six (6) Continuous Medical Education credits (CME–CPD) shall be awarded to the participants by the Panhellenic Medical Association (PIS).
Breast cancer constitutes the most common female malignancy and breast screening is an integral part of the gynecological examination process. The objective of the Conference is the establishment of guidelines for physicians not specialized in breast diseases, mainly gynecologists. For the purposes of the Conference, renowned scientists from all Greek University Hospitals have been invited to share their knowledge, experience and the latest developments in this field.
The opening of the Conference shall be addressed by Messrs:
Mr. Konstantinos Dimitrakakis, Gynecologist – Breast Surgeon, Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Athens, Chief of the Breast Unit at “Alexandra” Hospital, shall be the Scientist Responsible for the Conference.
The participation to the seminar is free of charge. For more information, please call at +30 210 6383949.
The detailed program of the Conference is available here
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IASO General runs the first organized Cardiac Valvulopathy Center of Reference in Greece, for the most specialized and excellent management of even the most complex valvulopathy cases, mostly emphasizing on mitral-aortic and ascending aorta-aortic arch aneurysms valvuloplasty.
The Center is headed by Ms Maria Aroni, MD, FACS, FACC, FCCP, Cardiac Surgeon, Professor at the University of Cornell, a scientist renowned for the excellent results she delivers in cardiac surgeries performed in the USA, based on data published by the New York Department of Health. The Center is staffed by highly experienced cardiac surgeons, cardiac anesthesiologists and perfusionists.
The philosophy of the Cardiac Valvulopathy Center of Reference, as in the largest cardiac surgery centers of reference abroad, is that restoration (valvuloplasty) and cardiac valve preservation outweighs its replacement. In this way, many patients, mostly of young age, can benefit the most out of a valve repair compared to its replacement with a prosthetic metallic one, and avoid lifelong intake of anticoagulant therapy.
The Center focuses on the following procedures, applying the most appropriate modern techniques:
The Center is supported with the required cutting-edge medical equipment and modern infrastructure of IASO General to fully cover all the increasing needs of cardiac surgery patients. In particular, IASO General provides well-equipped operating rooms with intraoperative transesophageal echocardiography (ETE) to establish the successful sealing of the valve during the repair procedure, a Cardiac Intensive Care Unit, a technologically advanced telemetry system to monitor the patients and deliver 24/7 timely diagnosis and treatment to any arrhythmias occurring, the Cardiology Laboratory, the Department of Medical Imaging and the Hemodynamics Laboratory on a 24-hour basis.
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For the fourth consecutive year, IASO General’s 1st Orthopedic Clinic and Department of Rheumatology are holding the 4th Joint Seminar on Orthopedics and Rheumatology in cooperation with the Anatomy Lab of the School of Medicine of the University of Athens (NKUA). The seminar is titled “The close cooperation of physicians on Musculoskeletal System Diseases” and will be held on Friday 16 and Saturday 17 December 2016, from 09:00 to14:00, at IASO General’s Events Hall.
All the newest data on the shared fields of orthopedics and rheumatology shall be presented at the seminar, and issues regarding the autoimmune rheumatology diseases, cervical syndrome, gout and anatomy shall be elaborated.
The Presidents of the Organizing Committee are Mr. Nikolaos Lagios, Orthopedic Surgeon, Chief of the 1st Orthopedics Clinic, Scientifically Responsible for the Department of Orthopedics and Head of the Osteoporosis Office at IASO General, and Ms. Eleni Komninou, Rheumatologist, Scientifically Responsible for the Department of Rheumatology at IASO General and for the Autoimmune Rheumatic Diseases and Pregnancy Clinic at IASO.
The speakers at the Seminar shall be distinguished physicians of IASO General from various specialties, as well as Professors of Anatomy at the NKUA. The philosophy of the Seminar is that a symptom or a disease involves the cooperation of various medical specialists, with a strong sense of responsibility towards the patient.
The participation to the Seminar is free of charge.
The schedule is available here
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Department of Marketing & Communication at IASO General: Ms Magda Lambropoulou, tel.: +30 210 6502090, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Filoktitis, IASO, IASO Children’s Hospital and IASO General entered a partnership agreement with the Hellenic Olympic Winners Association for the provision of unique healthcare privileges to all Olympic Winners and the Association’s officials.
IASO Group, in this difficult time we experience, shows its support in practice to those people who continue to make us proud internationally. As a result of this partnership, our Olympic Winners and the Association’s officials have now gained access to high quality healthcare services provided by one of the largest Healthcare Groups in Greece, to effectively meet their needs. With this new partnership, the Hellenic Olympic Winners Association shall be a provider of aid and support and a co-organizer in IASO Group’s Corporate Social Responsibility Program “we stand by you” for the realization of health and social awareness promotion actions addressed to the general public.
Upon the agreement’s signing, Olympic Winners from several sports were present: Evi Moraitidou, Olympic silver medalist in water polo, Virginia Kravarioti, Olympic bronze medalist in sailing, Maria Vryoni, Olympic Winner in freestyle wrestling, Apostolia Ioannou, Olympic Winner in synchronized swimming, Stavroula Antonakou, Olympic Winner in water polo, Areti Athanasopoulou, Olympic Winner in TAE KWO DO, and Spiros Giannaros, Dionysios Aggelopoulos and Lefteris Konsolas, Olympic Winners in rowing.
Dr. Georgios Stamatiou, Obstetrician/Gynecologist, President of IASO BOD, welcomed and thanked Ms Voula Kozompoli, President of the Hellenic Olympic Winners Association as well as all the Olympic Winners present and, among others, he stated: “…We are very proud of our history, very proud of our Olympic Winners, very proud of you, who continue to bring the Olympic Idea into life -the key principle to parity and equality. IASO Group shall always stand by you to whole-heartedly support your work…”
From her side, the President of the Hellenic Olympic Winners Association, Ms. Voula Kozompoli, thanked IASO Group’s President and Executives, and stated: “It is true that given the nature of our activity, through which we often experience a lot of physical stress and injuries, IASO Group’s and FILOKTITIS’ –Recovery and Rehabilitation Center in Attica and one of the most important in Europe– healthcare services towards us and our family members are quite significant and make us feel safe in a time of uncertainty”.
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