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Emirates News Agency – Dubai World Trade Center is launching three medical events

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DUBAI, 31st October / WAM / Awad Sagheer Al Khedbi, Director General of Dubai Health Authority today opened three medical events at the Dubai World Trade Centre, namely the 11th Dubai Otology and Otology Conference and Exhibition, the 8th Annual Radiology. The Conference and Forum and the International Exhibition Family Medicine is in its tenth session, each of which will witness outstanding programs over three days, including several discussions in the presence of top doctors and healthcare professionals.

The three exhibitions are expected to attract 12,000 visitors from 52 countries, where 170 experts and special speakers will present 84 scientific sessions with the participation of more than 130 brands from around the world.

His Excellency Awad Al Khedbi was briefed on the latest technological developments in the field during a tour with Dr. Ahmad Al Emadi, Chairman of the Dubai Conference and Exhibition on Flow and Ear Nerves and Ear Nerves. Dr. Alia Al Shaikh, Chairman of the Association of Radiologists in the Emirates, and Chairman of the Scientific Committee at the Annual Forum, Dr. Ibtisam Al Bastaki, Chairman of the Radiology, International Family Medicine Conference and Exhibition, and other experts and eminent personalities from around the world in many fields.

His Excellency Awad Al Khedbi said Dubai has established itself as a leading global arena in organizing and hosting summits and events, including major health conferences and forums. “Locally and internationally,” whether seeing its science, facilities or its technologies or all its developments and rapid changes.

He stressed that the Dubai Health Authority attaches great importance to such scientific and professional activities as it is an important entry point for the exchange of expertise and experiences and exchange of knowledge in addition to fostering relationships and strengthening partnerships between the authority and reputable health institutions. Indicate its role in promoting the strategic goals pursued by the Health Authority, including establishing Dubai as an outstanding destination for health tourism, within the country or abroad, within the transparency policy endorsed by the authority.

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Ambassador Dr. Abdul Salam Al Madani, the CEO of the three conferences, said these events support the collaborative effort to encourage experts in the sector to exchange solutions and experiences and strengthen health care, while improving the vision of cooperative health in the country. Department in the country.

For his part, Dr. Ahmad Al-Emadi, Chairman of Dubai Otology and Otology Conference and Exhibition, said that the conference and exhibition has succeeded in promoting its activities as a leading destination for professionals and workers in the field with the aim of collaboration. In terms of knowledge transfer, more than a billion adults worldwide are at risk of permanent hearing loss due to various factors, so there is a need to provide accurate scientific information that contributes to the development of the ears. Diseases, nerves and the field of surgery to solve these problems.

The annual Radiology Forum brings together radiologists and radiologists, manufacturing and distribution companies, and government agencies to promote collaborative efforts and improve public health through radiology. The forum’s agenda includes 24 scientific sessions and exhibition presentation of the latest technological innovations in the field, in addition to the radiology center, radiology work, which provides an opportunity to establish partnerships. The event featured more than 20 scientific poster presentations and workshops conducted by radiologists, supported by the Department of Economy and Tourism in Dubai.

In this regard, Dr. Aliya Al-Sayek, Chairman of the Scientific Committee of the Annual Radiology Forum, said that the activities of the eighth session of the Annual Radiology Forum show great interest in the latest technologies in the field of diagnostic imaging. As up to 80% of diagnostic procedures can be performed with X-rays and ultrasound examinations, the aim is to improve the ability to detect and diagnose diseases and improve the treatment of patients.

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10th Session Highlights of International Family Medicine Exhibition; To promote family medicine concepts, including improving health practices, developing preventive techniques, guidelines and treatment plans, promoting equity in access to health and medical services, and providing effective health programs to all members of the community.

Chairman of the International Family Medicine Conference and Exhibition, Dr. Ibtisam Al Bastaki affirmed his firm commitment to strengthening primary health care, with a large number of health professionals participating in the event committed to improving the sector. Doctors have the expertise and qualifications to treat most ailments and provide comprehensive health care to individuals of all ages, from children to the elderly.

The three conferences and exhibitions held in Dubai are organized annually by the INDEX Conference and Exhibition Organization, a member of INDEX Holding, and are supported by many medical associations and leading organizations regionally and globally.

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