A one-page flyer advertising a workshop on The Use of Staplers in Surgery with an application form at the bottom.

The University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Announces a workshop in
the use of Staplers in Surgery
November 1 and 2, 1973
at the
Montefiore Hospital
Presbyterian-University Hospital Veterans Administration Hospital
presented by
The Department of Surgery
University Health Center of Pittsburgh
Course Directors
Felicien M. Steichen, M.D. and Mark M. Ravitch, M.D.

This workshop on the use of stapling device in surgery will include: motion pictures; opportunity for each participant to perform stapling operations in the experimental laboratory; opportunity for each participating nurse to assist with the operations in the experimental laboratory; operative clinics for all participants to be held in the three participating hospitals; and seminars.

Seminars for the surgeons will cover the clinical problems in stapling; seminars for the nurses will highlight nursing techniques and care and maintenance of instruments.

Registration is limited to 40 surgeons and 40 nurses on a first-come, first-served basis. Surgeons and nurses affiliated with the same hospital should so indicate on the application form. Additional information will be sent after receipt of registration.
Division of Continuing Educations, 1022-H Scaife Hall,
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA 15261.
AMA and PMS Accredited –11 1/2 hours in category 1

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