Dubai Otology marks 10th Edition in October

 Dubai Otology marks 10th Edition in October

Close-up Of Doctor Checking Happy Girl’s Ear With Otoscope

The 10th edition of Dubai Otology, Neurotology and Skull Base Surgery Conference and Exhibition is set to take place on the 25th and 26th October, 2022, followed by a vestibular seminar on the 27th October in Sheikh Rashid Hall at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

The comprehensive scientific programme enjoys support from the UAE’s Ministry of Health and distinguished medically-related societies from the region and beyond, most notably from Saudi Arabia, Oman, and Pakistan.

The momentous 10th edition of Dubai Otology will shed light on these matters and bring heightened awareness as it is expected to see more than 700 visitors and participants in attendance to witness 45 speakers, 60 scientific sessions, and participate in live workshops, most notably a dedicated full-day for the vestibular seminar on the last day.

Dr. Mohammed Al Hammadi, Conference Chairman of Dubai Otology, stated, “We are excited for the upcoming Dubai Otology, Neurotology and Skull Base Surgery Conference and Exhibition. It marks a historic 10th edition for us in providing an unrivalled platform to tackle important medical issues. This year will be the largest gathering of international doctors, specialists, residents, and exhibitors since our inception, making this momentous occasion even more spectacular. Our wonderful city of Dubai continues to embark on providing the best display of excellence in healthcare practice and technology.”

Dr. Tristram Lesser, Professor of Otology, Consultant ENT Surgeon, and Advisory Board Member for Dubai Otology, stated, “Otology is the pinnacle of scientific surgery. Advances in technology and surgery have improved the lives of countless patients. Otology was the first to repair a lost sense – of hearing. Otology was also the first to use microscopes for the most delicate surgery ever done so that diseases could not only be cured but also allow a function to be restored.”

He added, “Otology has advanced into the skull base, improving the morbidity and mortality of tumour resection beyond recognition. Nerves are monitored, blood vessels are protected, and image guidance defines the tumour and vital organs like the adjacent brain. Now we have robots to assist and new drugs target diseases with minimal side effects and maximum effects. All-in-all, a lot to discuss and learn this year in Dubai in 2022.”