ESTES Webinars

The ESTES webinar series began in July 2020 in response to the travel and meeting restrictions imposed at the height of the Covid19 pandemic. The aim is to develop the society’s mandate “to promote trauma and emergency surgery in general and to disseminate interest, knowledge, and quality in these fields”.

By March 2022 there had been 28 webinars covering a wide range of trauma and emergency surgery topics and involving 84 contributors from around the world. Many of these are available to view on the ESTES YouTube channel. A list of previous webinars and links to available recordings can be found on this page.

We have an experienced webinar team who can not only deal with the technical side of these events, but have all contributed to the series from their clinical knowledge and experience. If you would like to put together a future webinar, please contact the webinar team through: office@estesonline.org

Details of future webinars can usually be found on the Event Calendar.

Webinar Team

Alan Biloslavo
Alan Biloslavo
Hayato Kurihara
Hayato Kurihara
Diego Mariani
Diego Mariani
Jonathan Tilsed
Jonathan Tilsed
Mauro Zago
Mauro Zago

List & Links

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Beirut port blast – lessons learned

Can we ever reach agreement on the treatment of appendicitis?

Closure of complex soft-tissue wounds in emergency surgery: extremities, abdominal, others…

Colon neoplasm obstruction

Direct Peritoneal Resuscitation

Fragility fractures of the pelvis. Diagnosis, recommendations for and techniques of surgical stabilisation

Geriatric polytrauma – what is different

Gunshot injuries and their management

Is there a golden hour to prepare your hospital for a mass casualty incident?

Management of atypical small bowel obstruction

Management of stab wounds to the chest

Management of thoracic injuries

Management of unstable pelvic ring injuries

MRMI concept in reality:  Covid19 pandemic, experience and lessons learned

Non-stop route to OR for trauma patients

Paediatric skeletal trauma: common injuries of the elbow, forearm and wrist and possible complications

Pediatric Polytrauma: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures

Periarticular injuries around the knee

Prehabilitation in emergency surgery: the role of ERAS in the acute setting

Preventing abdominal incisional failure in elective and emergency surgery

Proximal humerus fractures in the elderly

REBOA and Endovascular Resuscitation in Trauma Management

Small bowel obstruction: do we really know how and when to manage it?

The good, the bad, and the ugly – challenges in visceral trauma management

To do or not to do … cholecystectomy for acute cholecystitis in the elderly

Trauma care in times of Covid – when resources are limited

Vascular trauma: subclavian artery injuries

With & without – can surgeon performed point of care ultrasound (POCUS) really improve the acute surgical practice?

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