ENT Summit 2017: A Great success achieving its goal

Conferences

26th February 2017: We just concluded a three day international ENT summit for the 8th time at Hilton Kuala Lumpur. The summit had iconic speakers from USA, UK,Germany, Russia, Singapore, Philippines, Thailand and Malaysia. Topics ranged from controversial subjects in ENT to simple day to day procedures done in clinics. We had demonstrations and live surgery which brought new technology to the delegates. The total of 170 delegates did not leave the venue [except for the live surgery] for all the days as the topics discussed were practical and useful.

ENT speciality has evolved in leaps and its important that ENT surgeons are always kept updated with newer methods and technology. The ENT Summit has always been a different type of conference with its content and presentation unique and one of its kind.

We now work towards 2018 to set the next meeting in Kuala Lumpur.

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