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Med Arch. 2012; 66(Supplement 1): 4-5

Infectology in Bosnia and Herzegovina - New Trends

Izet Masic, Nada Koluder-Cimic, Sead Ahmetagic, Rusmir Baljic.

Organized by the Association of Infectologists of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Clinic of Infectious Diseases, Clinical Center of Sarajevo University in the period from 30th May untill 2nd of June in Konjic was held the 4th Congress of Infectologists of B&H with international participation. This was the biggest meeting of infectious disease and allied disciplines specialists in the last six years, with the presence of more than 100 participants. The Congress was held under the auspices of the Clinical Center of Sarajevo University and the Federal Ministry of Health. In addition to infectologists the Congress was attended by a large number of experts from related medical fields: microbiologists, epidemiologists, orthopedists, gastroenterologists, nephrologists, neurosurgeons, pediatricians, audiologists, oncologists. Topics were current and were related to sepsis, endocarditis, osteomyelitis, nosocomial infection, pediatric infectious diseases, emergent and re-emergent diseases, therapeutic protocols for the presentation of new knowledge in these fields. A total of about 90 papers were presented, while participants of the Congress were experts from Bosnia and Herzegovina, neighboring countries (Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia) but also Turkey and Germany. Congress by the participants was rated as very successful and well organized, with arrangements for the continuation and improvement of cooperation and possible joint organization of symposia and seminars with colleagues from abroad

Key words: Congress, Association of Infectologists of Bosnia and Herzegovina

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