ESTS 2021 - Patient-Centred Care in Thoracic Surgery: a Holistic Approach

Patient-Centred Care in Thoracic Surgery: a Holistic Approach

June 22, 11:45 – 12:35 CET

The 29th Meeting of the European Society of Thoracic Surgeons (ESTS) is taking place virtually this year from 20 – 22 June 2021. The program will include exciting lectures, abstracts and poster presentations. Most sessions will be interactive with possibilities for discussions. Medela is proud to contribute as a long-standing partner.

Visit our virtual booth for news and meet Shanda Blackmon, Alessandro Brunelli, Vinicius Cavalheri, Cecilia Pompili and Mert Senturk at the Medela Symposium:

Chair of the Session on Patient-Centred Care in Thoracic Surgery

Alessandro Brunelli, M.D. department of thoracic surgery

Alessandro Brunelli, Leeds, UK

The Role of Physical Conditioning Before and After Surgery for Lung Cancer

Vinicius cavalheri associate professor

Vinicius Cavalheri, Perth, Australia

Enhanced Recovery in Thoracic Surgery: the Anaesthesiology Point of View

Mert Sentuerk enhanced recovery in thoracic surgery

Mert Senturk, Istanbul, Turkey

Perioperative Pain Control for Minimally Invasive Thoracic Surgery

Shanda Blackmon M.D., M.P.H. thoracic surgeon

Shanda Blackmon Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, USA

The Lung Cancer Surgical Journey: Patient Perspectives and Values

Cecilia Pompili, MD, PhD at division of thoracic surgery and leeds institute of cancer & pathology university of leeds

Cecilia Pompili, Leeds, UK

ESTS 2021

Patient-Centred Care in Thoracic Surgery: a Holistic Approach

Visit www.ests2021.com and learn more!

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