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MATTOX/VEGAS TCCACS CONFERENCE 2020
April 6-8, 2020
Caesars Palace, Las Vegas
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VETERINARY TRAUMA AND CRITICAL CARE CONFERENCE
April 3-5, 2020
The Veterinary Trauma and Critical Care conference is held annually in conjunction with the Trauma, Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery Conference in Las Vegas.
TRAUMA, CRITICAL CARE & ACUTE CARE SURGERY 2020
April 6 – 8, 2020
This annual Las Vegas Trauma, Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery Conference has become the best attended such course in the world, being oversubscribed the last 15 years. Of the more than 1300 attendees, over 80% are physicians. Our faculty are physicians in active practice who continue “in the trenches” day after day, night after night, dealing with the most complex surgical challenges. Each year, new “rising stars” join seasoned expert faculty. As you visit the Scientific Program section of our site, you will be impressed that such a stellar faculty has been assembled and how so much practical surgical information has been incorporated into two and one-half days. Past attendees have aptly described the conference content as an, “Incredible journey in surgical knowledge, with “tour guides” whose expertise and personalities make every excursion a uniquely exceptional experience,” “Amazingly wonderful, fast paced experience – like drinking water from a fire hose; it blew me away!” No other course like this in the world; can’t wait to return next year.”
As we enter our 53rd record-breaking year, it is appropriate that the continued focus be TRAUMA, CRITICAL CARE, & ACUTE CARE SURGERY. For every community, there continues to be a need for surgical and medical teams to evaluate and treat the sickest of the sick and the severely injured. With many graduates going into practices based primarily in minimally invasive surgical subspecialties, it is appropriate that this course take a leadership role in providing a continuing education venue for the complex operative and critical care surgical challenges, with major trauma continuing to be the epitome of such challenges.