About Congress

Participation is free.

The Congress materials are 2 000 ₽ in total.

The experts of the following specialties are welcomed to work at the Congress:

  • Obstetrics & Gynecology
  • Anestesiology & Resuscitation
  • Cardio and neurosurgery
  • Traumatology and Orthopedics
  • Coloproctology and General Surgery
  • Oncology
  • Hematology
  • Transfusiology
  • Extracorporeal detoxification and hemodialysis

Key directions of the Congress:

  • Up-to-date intraoperative and perioperative blood-saving technologies in solving the issues of patient blood management in obstetrics and gynecology, cardiac surgery, neurosurgery, traumatology and orthopedics, hematology, oncology, coloproctology, general surgery, transfusiology.
  • Modern principles and possibilities of organ-preserving surgery.
  • Modern principles of perioperative diagnostics and correction of hemostasis.
  • Modern principles of transfusion provision in surgical interventions.
  • Issues of safety and efficacy of allogeneic transfusions.
  • Organizational, economic and legal aspects of patient blood management.
  • Modern principles and possibilities of using local and systemic hemostatic drugs.
  • Diagnosis, prevention and treatment of perioperative anemia.
  • Recent approaches to the anesthetic management of surgical patients.
  • Up-to-date principles of treatment and rehabilitation of critically ill patients.
  • The role of extracorporeal treatment in surgical patients.
  • Patient blood management and modern surgical medical treatment in traumatology and orthopedics.
  • Modern principles and approaches to the laboratory diagnostics in surgical patients of various profiles.
  • The role and place of angiosurgery in the concept of patient blood management.
  • Mini-invasive operations, prevention of intraoperative blood loss.
  • Postoperative management in patients with massive blood loss.
  • Mini-invasive technologies in urgent surgery for patients with anemia.
  • Fibrinolysis inhibitors in the prevention and treatment of intraoperative blood loss.
  • Blood-saving technologies for volumetric surgical interventions.
  • Prevention of intraoperative blood loss (tranexamic, aminocaproic acids).
  • Preparation of patients with anemia for volumetric surgeries.
  • Postoperative drainage.
  • Rational use of anticoagulants.
  • Co-working of surgeons and anesthesiologists – reduction of intraoperative blood loss (hemostasis, use of tranexamic acid), rational replacement of blood loss.
  • The role of patient blood management in the new COVID-19 coronavirus infection.