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The European Society of Anaesthesiology Congress will be held on 1st to 3rd June 2019 in Vienna, Austria. Euroanaesthesia is an annual congress in anaesthesiology. With over 6000 international delegates and 100+ exhibitors from more than 80 countries, Euroanaesthesia is an international platform to enhance knowledge, review innovative techniques, learn on our guidelines, and communicate, collaborate and network with representatives of a large international audience.

The scientific programme follows the learnings within:

  • General anaesthesiology, ambulatory anaesthesia, regional anaesthesia, obstetric anaesthesiology, paediatric anesthesiology, neuro-anaesthesiology, cardiac thoracic and vascular anaesthesiology, acute and chronic pain management and palliative medicine, intensive care medicine, critical emergency medicine trauma and resuscitation, respiration and airway management, transfusion haemostatis and thrombosis, perioperative medicine, patient safety, and geriatric anaesthesiology.

Further details can be found on the Europena Society of Anaesthesiology here.

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