The German society of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery will hold it’s 87th Annual HNO Meeting from Wednesday, May 4th – Saturday, May 7th, 2016. Thousands of physicians, otorhinolaryngologists, ENT specialists, and head and neck surgeons will convene in Dusseldorf to participate in hands-on workshops, attend symposia and network with colleagues and exhibitors to discuss the latest advancements in otorhinolaryngology procedures and patient care in Europe.
This year, our focus will be on education with two symposia taking place where clinicians can share experiences and exchange information. Our first Cook sponsored symposium will take place on Friday, May 6th at 14:30h in Room 01, and will focus on the use of biological grafts in modern otorhinolaryngology surgery. Our three speakers, Michael Hiles, PhD, PD Dr. Silke Gronau from Neuss, and Prof. Dr. Guntinas-Lichius from Jena, are excited about sharing their knowledge and experiences of biological grafts and their surgical use, with an anticipated audience of over a hundred physicians.
The second Cook sponsored symposium, taking place on Saturday, May 7th at 9:30h in Room 16/17 will focus on sialendoscopy as a new treatment option for obstructive salivary gland disease. Dr. Jack Kolenda from Canada joins PD Dr. Michael Koch from Erlangen and Dr. Toias Kroll from Giessen to discuss further developments in sialendoscopy, featuring the first experiences with the StoneBreaker™ Salivary Pneumatic Lithotripter.
Be sure to join us at our symposia. Interested in learning more about the use of biological grafts in your practice? Stop by the Cook booth number 28 to meet our Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery team. Michael Hiles, PhD, Vice President and Chief Scientific Officer of Cook Biotech, the manufacturer of Biodesign® Duraplasty Graft and Biodesign® Surgical Reinforcement Graft, will be present for discussion. Additionally, at booth 28, we will be showcasing our latest addition to our sialendoscopy product line.
Dr. Jack Kolenda is a paid consultant of Cook Medical