Aesculap Basic Skills Development in Wound Closure Techniques Training Oct. 9 & 16, 2010 Cebu and Tagum City

Aesculap Academy Basic Skills Development in Wound Closure Techniques Training

A course that caters to residents of surgical specialties, physicians, interns, medical students, and nurses, with a structured learning in basic wound suturing.  Topics include:

  • Basic knot tying
  • Handling of basic surgical instruments
  • Techniques in basic wound suturing
  • Types of sutures


  • October 9, 2010 (Northwinds Hotel, Salinas Drive, Lahug, Cebu City)
  • October 16, 2010 (Davao Regional Hospital, Tagum City)

Course organizers: Philippine Society of General Surgeons, Inc. (PSGS), Aesculap Academy and B. Braun Medical Supplies, Inc.

Speaker(s): PSGS Fellows

Course Coordinators:
PSGS Cebu Eastern Visayas Chapter: Axel Elises, MD, FPSGS
PSGS and PCS Metro Manila Chapter: Raymund Joaquin Erese, MD, FPSGS

Endorsement: Philippine Society of General Surgeons, Inc. (PSGS) and Philippine College of Surgeons (PCS)

Registration Fees:
Course Fees (Cebu):  PhP 1,300
Course Fees (Davao):  PhP 1,500

Maximum number of participants: 35

-Limited slots only. PRE-REGISTRATION is required to ensure quality learning.

For further questions, contact the course organizer through:
Telephone number: (02) 633-7284
E-mail address:

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