Deadlines

The  Deadlines are:

  • Abstract submission : 7 th of March
  • Abstract Validation: 18th of March
  • Fee payment: 26th of March- ATENTION- If you pay after this deadline you will need to pay 10% more

The FEE PAYMENT SCHEDULE IS: HERE

  • Course and Workshop Registration: 26th of March- ATENTION- if you do not register to a Course and a Workshop  you will not recive a Name Tag and a Diploma

Taxes

FEEs...

The FEE PAYMENT(At the Students' League Headquarters) SCHEDULE IS: HERE

Active Participants

Students

90 RON

Physicians

150 RON

Passive Participants

Students

120 RON

Physicians

150 RON

Includin Meals and Acomodation

Active Participants

Students

320 RON

Physicians

400 RON

Passive Participants

Students

370 RON

Physicians

400 RON

NOTE

 
1. Participants who request accommodation and meal must pay an aditional fee for this facilities as mentioned in the table above.
2. External participants will deposit the congress fee into the account from Banca Transilvania Divizia pentru Medici -  
RO18 BTRL 0270 1205 P493 7700 - with and extra 5RON for transaction charges.(ex: if you are a passive participant with meel and acomodation you need to pay 370 RON+5 RON =375 RON) On the payment order(ordin de plata) they must mention : Initial of first name and the Last Name(ex: I. Pop) , participant tipe: active=a or passive=b, if you are a active participant you need to write how many papers you have registered(ex: 3 meens 3 papers) meal and acomodation: yes=y. no=n (EX: if my name is Ion Pop and i am an active participant with 3 papers and with meel and acomodation my payment order will look like this: I. Pop A 3 Y)


3. Participation and accommodation fees will be paid on the same payment order.
4. Internal participants will pay participation fees at the student league headquarters (student hostel no. 2, ground floor, str. Nicolae Grigorescu no. 15 ).
5. For more than a paper the participants will pay an additional fee of 30 RON/paper.
6. Students with income bursaries benefit the deduction of the first paper fee. For the 2nd paper the fee will be 90 RON and for the third paper will be 30 RON.

 

* WHAT DO THESE FEES INCLUDE:


ACTIVE PARTICIPANTS:
Students fee includes: participation in scientific papers, lectures, workshops,
congress bag, opening ceremony cocktail, entrance to social events, participation
diploma
Physicians fee includes: participation in scientific papers, lectures,
workshops, congress bag, opening ceremony cocktail, entrance to social events, the
CME certificate
 

PASSIVE PARTICIPANTS:
Students fee includes: lectures, workshops, congress bag, opening
ceremony cocktail, entrance to social events, participation diploma
Physicians fee includes: lectures, workshops, congress bag, opening
ceremony cocktail, entrance to social events, the CME certificate

MEAL + ACCOMMODATION:
Fee includes 4 nights accommodation, breakfast and lunch (dinner is served
during every evening social event)

Meals and accommodation

GRAND HOTEL MURES****

Adria Panzio****

Black Lord Hotel***

Workshop / Courses


For the next workshops it is requires for you to have a hospital suit :

    - Knee arthroplasty;

   - Aorto Coronnarian By-Pass;

   - Knots & sutures;

   - Chronic and posoperative wound management, newest procedures;

 

The schedule for the General Medicine lectures and workshops is HERE.

The schedule for the Dentistry lectures and workshops is HERE.

 

 

 Click on the links to view the lectures and the workshops  
 General Medicine Dentistry

 

GENERAL MEDICINE

Lectures

1.Knee arthritis - diagnosis and treatment

Assistant Dr. Russu Octav

volunteers: Cocor Cristina; Ionita Andreea


2.Plastic Surgery

Prof Dr. Ioan Lascar UMF Bucuresti

volunteers: Turc Lavinia Alexandra; Tofan Florin


3.Implemention of achivements of modern radiotherapy in the most important cancer tipes. 

Prof. Dr.Lovey Joseph Institutul oncologic din Budapesta

volunteers: Cirstea Iuliana; Irimia Irina


4.Interventional cardiac electrophysiology: what can 2012 can offer.

Prof. Dr. Dan Dobreanu UMF Tg-Mures

volunteers: Morosanu Delia; Hutu Simona


5.Stress Urinary Incontinence in Women

Associatetd Prof. Calin Chibelean

volunteers: Simon Ionela; Botoman Maria


6.Heart Transplant

Associated Prof. Horatiu Suciu

volunteers: Florea Mihaela; Sincu Mihaela


7.Ethics in palliative care.

Prof . Dr. Despina Baghiu

volunteers: Golovei Nicolae; Coman Elena


8.Celiac Disease

Asociated Prof. Dr Marginean Oana

volunteers: Cadare Gianina; Ionita Andreea

 


 

9. RECREATIONAL DRUGS - PSIHOACTIVE MEDICAL SUBSTANCES USED FOR OTHER PURPOSES - 

Asociated Prof. Dr. Camil Vari, University of Medicine and Pharmacy Targu-Mures

volunteers: Ducra Alina; Banias Laura

 

10. Actualities in Ulcer

      Prof. Dr. Simona Bataga

     volunteers : Simon Ionela; Botoman Maria


Workshops


1."Orotracheal intubation" - 30 places

Prof. Dr. Sanda Copotoiu

volunteers: Fistic Daniela; Sincaru Suzana



2. Dr. G romanian version - 15 places

Lecturer Dr. Simona Gurzu, Prof. Dr. Jung Ioan

volunteers: Anciuc Madalina; Cristic Daniela



3. Knee arthroplasty -40 places

Asociated Prof. Dr. Pop Sorin

volunteers: Suta Calin; Cibotarasu Simona


4. Acute Leuchemia -20 places

Assistant Prof. Dr. Macarie Ioan

volunteers: Cheptenariu Raluca; Contra Alexandra


5. Aorto Coronnarian By-Passi 12 places

Asociated Prof. Dr. Horatiu Suciu

volunteers:Pop Madalina, Golovei Nicolae


6. Holistic Medicine -25 places

Prof . Dr. Baghiu Despina

volunteers: Sincaru Suzana; Mocanu Alexandra


7. Radiological images of emergency conditions what students should know - 40 places

Assistant Dr. Mihai Levi

volunteers: Pager Brigitta; Morarasu Delia


8. STUDEmergencyMedicine -25 places

Lecturer Dr. Boeriu Cristian

volunteers: Irimia Irina; Blebea Cristina


9. ALS-BLS -25 places

Lecturer Dr. Boeriu Cristian

volunteers: Budrescu Mihaela, Muntean Elena


10. Knots & sutures -25 locuri

Assistant Dr. Popa Daniel 



11. Occupational Therapy – Therapeutic Story - 30 places

Lecturer Maria Dorina Pasca

volunteers: Cheptenariu Raluca; Muresan Ioana


12. Chronic and posoperative wound management, newest procedures- 40 places

Dr. Dorin Dorobantiu

volunteers: Turc lavinia; Pager Brigitta

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DENTISTRY

Lectures

Dental Students must pick one more lecture and one more workshop besides those tow that are mandatory.

1. DR. CEES P.J. KOSTER           -           NETHERLANDS(mandatory for Dental Students)

“ Know your patient before you treat him / her with a big reconstruction”[DETAILS]

 

2. PROF. DR. BELGIN GULSUN

    MSC, DDS, RESEARCHER ASSIST. VEDAT TARI          -         TURKEY

“ Our clinical experiments and multidisciplinary approach in oral and maxillofacial surgery” [DETAILS]

 

3. PROF. DR. POPSOR SORIN             -            U.M.F. TG. MURES 

“ Occlusal appliances – a neuromuscular approach” [DETAILS]

 

4. ABOUT AESTHETICS [DETAILS]

 

Prof Dr. Pacurar Mariana            -           U.M.F. TG. MURES

“ Facial aesthetics – between art and science”  

 

ASSOC. PROF. DR. MONEA MONICA- DANA              -           U.M.F. TG. MURES

“ Possibilities and borders of aesthetic treatment”

 

LECTURER  DR. TOHATI ADRIAN                     -           U.M.F. TG. MURES

“Dental jewelry and tooth bleaching – between aesthetic and motivating factor for improving and maintaining oral hygiene”

 

LECTURER  DR. CERGHIZAN DIANA               -           U.M.F. TG. MURES

Beautiful smile - minimal preparation”

 

5. LECTURER  DR. PETROVAN CECILIA        -       U.M.F. TG. MURES

 “Diphosphonates and dental treatments” [DETAILS]

 

6. LECTURER DR. GLIGA CAMELIA         -        U.M.F. TG. MURES

“The involvement of the oral cavity in endocrinopathies. Management of patients with oral pathology in endocrine diseases.”[DETAILS]

 

7. Aesthetics, Simplicity and Quality with GC Products


Workshops

1. DR. CEES P.J. KOSTER          -           NETHERLANDS (Mandatory for Dental Students)

“ Condylography, centric relation and facebow transmission to a SAM Articulator”[DETAILS]

 

2. DR. TURUCZ EMILIA     20 locuri  -       U.P.U. - S.M.U.R.D. TG. MURES

“First Aid and CPR Training for Dentists - SMURD workshop[DETAILS]

 

3. LECTURER  DR. MOLNAR-VARLAM CRISTINA     35 locuri -       U.M.F. TG. MURES

“Emergencies in the dental office beyond oral cavity” [DETAILS]

 

4. ASSOC. PROF. DR. MONEA MONICA- DANA         

ASSIST. PROF. DR. TORCATORU ANCA           12 locuri-        U.M.F. TG. MURES

“Introduction to magnification in endodontics” - 4th, 5th and 6th year students [DETAILS]

 

 

 

General Medicine

Dentistry

Lectures:

 

1. Know Your Patient Before You Threat Him / Her with a Big Reconstruction

DR. CEES P.J. KOSTER – SPECIALIST IN GNATOLOGY           –         NETHERLANDS

 

                In the moment you want to make a big reconstruction for your patient, it is important that you collect the parameters of the gnathological system.

                Individualizing your articulator gives the best possibilities  for a long-life reconstruction. This lecture gives you information about definitions, occlusion and articulation, the influence of the TMJ on the forms of the cups, and individualizing the condylar  house of the articulator with the information of a full condylography-registration.

                With an X-ray you can find your way to the vertical dimension and inclination of the plane of occlusion. Now all of this opens the way to the anterior and lateral guidance. In that moment you have all the parameters assembled.

                Participants are advised to bring some colored pencils and a eraser with them!

 

2. Our Clinical Experiments and Multidisciplinary Approach In Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

   PROF. DR. BELGIN GULSUN

   MSC, DDS, RESEARCHER ASSIST. VEDAT TARI          -          TURKEY

 

The fields of oral and maxillofacial surgery have evolved through the ages from extracting teeth by tying a thread around the tooth to the refined techniques of today, the field has come a long way. There is always more to learn in the world of oral and maxillofacial surgery than any of us has time to achieve or do. I would like to share some of our clinical experiences from the Dicle University, Faculty of Dentistry ,Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Southeast Region of Anatolia, in Turkey.

A multidisciplinary approach is necessary to make a correct diagnosis and to apply the best surgical treatment. Maxillofacial surgery, like many areas specialist and nonspecialist, medical and surgical practice, is increasingly involving multidisciplinary team work including orthodontists, oncologists, neurosurgeons, plastic surgeons, anesthesiologists and otolaryngologists. Since a multidisciplinary approach is necessary to meet the needs of many patients, cooperation and coordination of care between the general dentist and the medical and dental specialists are essential to provide the best care.

A large number of patients were treated in our clinic from 1978 to 2012. Some of these are special cases specific to our region, uncommon in European Union countries. These cases refer to oral pathology, traumatology and reconstructive surgery. We will discuss and analyze the etiology, treatment and recovery of the patients. The aim of this presentation is to show different types of cases specific to our region and the individual approach these patients need.

 

Keywords: Multidisciplinary Approach, Clinical Experiments, Pathology, Traumatology

 

 

3. Occlusal Appliances – a  Neuromuscular Approach

PROF. DR. POPSOR SORIN               -           U.M.F. TG. MURES

 Department of Prosthetic Dentistry and Oral Rehabilitation

 

                Neuromuscular dentistry is a modern concept that established the achievement of a peaceful masticatory neuromuscular system as primary goal of all occlusal therapy. Occlusal devices have been regarded as a diagnostic or treatment tool for various entities of both arthrogenous and myogenuous  craniomandibular disorders. There are many types of such appliances, some with special aims. Starting from the proper technique for making impressions, the purpose of this presentation is to make a review on the treatment with occlusal interceptive in order to offer a guide to the designs and uses for some of the more common types of occlusal appliances. The need for a bioelectronic instrumentation, such as T-Scan III computerized occlusal analysis system and the BioEMG II, in order to perform an evidence-based occlusal splint adjustment is pointed out.

 

4. ABOUT AESTHETICS

 

 Facial Aesthetics – Between Art and Science

Prof. Dr. PAcurar MarianA                 -              U.M.F. TG. MURES

Department of Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics

 

                The human concern for beauty is a constant of ones  life, regardless of the epic he is living in.

Aesthetics are a branch of modern dentistry which study the principles underlying  the evaluation and creation of the dental and facial harmony.

                The shape of the face, the harmony between the facial  thirds, the balance of the grooves and lips, joined by a smile and an occlusion with normal reports in all 3 planes, are all elements  desired by the patient and doctor.

 

 

Dental  Jewelry and Teeth Bleaching – Between Aesthetic and  Motivating Factor for Improving and Maintaining Oral Hygiene

LECTURER DR. TOHATI ADRIAN                  -              U.M.F. TG. MURES

Department of Preventive Dentistry

 

Dental jewelry represents a new trend in modern dentistry with a continuously growing request from the patients who make that choice wishing a brilliant and attractive smile.

 The objective is to see if the application of dental jewelry has a psychological impact on the patients and in terms of improving and maintaining  oral hygiene.

Dental jewels should be approached even from the perspective of the maintenance of an optimal oral hygiene, not only as a purely cosmetic gesture.

The method of application is painless and it is a good way to approach the patients to the dental offices, offering the possibility of  rigorously respected treatments by them.

 

 Possibilities and Borders of Aesthetic Treatment

ASSOC. PROF. DR. MONEA MONICA-DANA         -              U.M.F. TG. MURES

    Department of Odontology and Periodontology

 

                    The possibilities of an aesthetic treatment got substantially better in the last decades as a result of clinical applications and the development of new materials which enable the change of amalgam fillings even in lateral teeth according to their  great adhesive qualities.

                    As a result, we can treat most of the teeth not only functionally but also aesthetically. A destroyed tooth crown has to accomplish the condition that the remaining healthy part of it, is big enough so that we are able to connect the filling and guarantee a long-lasting function of an adhesive light-curing composite filling.

                       Even the borders of possibilities in making functional and aesthetic treatment, are moving up.

 

 

Beautiful Smile – Minimal  Preparation

LECTURER DR. CERGHIZAN DIANA            -              U.M.F. TG. MURES

Department of Prosthetic Dentistry and Oral Rehabilitation

 

                All the research performed  in the area of dental medicine had as main purpose the development of some materials with similar characteristics to those of natural teeth. Since the introduction of ceramics in prosthetic reconstructions, this has shown remarkable and permanent improvements, both in terms of aesthetic and physical properties, currently offering the possibility to obtain a restoration with immaculate aesthetic features. The laminates put into practice around 1930, allowed obtaining the so called ”Hollywood smile” by remodeling the teeth which were not satisfying the aesthetic requirements of the patients. The development of the adhesive techniques as well as ceramics, allowed the use of these types of reconstruction in terms of minimal preparation of tooth structure without compromising strength and durability over time.

                This presentation will be an inroad in the world of dental laminates, which have the purpose of obtaining dento-facial harmony with minimal sacrifice of the structures it is applied on.

 

5.  Diphosphonates and Dental Treatments

LECTURER  DR. PETROVAN CECILIA        - U.M.F. TG. MURES

Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

 

6. The Involvement of the Oral Cavity in Endocrinopathies. The Management of Patients with Oral Pathology in Endocrine Diseases

LECTURER DR. GLIGA CAMELIA                  -              U.M.F. TG. MURES

Department  of Histology / Clinic of Endocrinology

 

         Endocrinopathies are complex diseases which involve not only one organ but the entire organism, frequently the symptoms appear also around the oral cavity.

         The oral manifestations of endocrinopathies  can often be noticed initially by the dentist.

          In the paper below we will talk about different endocrine diseases by showing their influence on the development and health state of the teeth, buccal mucosa, salivary glands and parodontium.

We will also describe the tracking mode and eventually the treatment of these diseases.

                Workshops

 

1. Condylography, Centric Relation and Facebow Transmission to a SAM Articulator

DR. CEES P.J. KOSTER – SPECIALIST IN GNATOLOGY    –    NETHERLANDS

In this practical demonstration you will be shown how it is possible to program the sagital inclination and the Bennet inclination of an articulator with the use of a condylograpf/axiograph.

 With a facebow registration, the upper stone model can be in an anatomical correct way be transmitted to the SAM articulator.  With the centric registration the transmission of the lower stone model (with the TMJ's in a correct position) can be realized to the articulator.

 

2. First Aid and CPR Training for Dentists 

Dr. Turucz Emilia - emergency specialist physician,

BLS/ ACLS/ ATLS instructor    -      U.P.U. - S.M.U.R.D. TG. MURES

 

This First Aid and CPR training will be a three hour workshop that will impart basic life support and first aid for patients undergoing dental surgery. The delegates will be trained to resuscitate a victim of cardiac arrest without the use of advanced equipment or drugs, and will be able to perform first aid for emergencies that could happen during dental procedures.

 

Upon successful completion of the course, the participants will be able to:

• Understand the basic first aid principles and emergency management in workplace.

• Identify life-threatening medical conditions and establish priorities of treatment.

• Identify common injuries at the workplace and how to deal with these injuries

• Perform Basic Life Support skills

3. Emergencies in the Dental Office Beyond Oral Cavity

LECTURER  DR. MOLNAR-VARLAM CRISTINA                       -               U.M.F. TG. MURES

          Department of Teeth and Dental arches Morphology, Dentures Technology and  Dental Materials  

Guests:   Lecturer Dr. Molnar Calin – General Surgery Physician

  Assist. Prof. Dr. Molnar Claudiu – Obstetrics and Gynecology Physician

 

Introduction: Basic principles in the management of medical emergencies

The most common types of dental emergencies that we can face out, such as medical, surgical and obstetrical ones in terms of diagnostic and therapeutic approach

The minimal necessary equipment in the first aid kit

Discussions, demonstrations, proposals, ideas, raffle.

 

Through this event we want to be together for education...in the rush for professional development and in order to find the best way to performance.

 

Organizing Committee

President of the Organising Committee

Coordinator of the IT Department

Coordinators of the Scientific Department

Coordinators of the Dentistry Department

Coordinators of the Social Department

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President


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IT Department

Catalin Dogar

e-mail: dogar.catalin@yahoo.com
tel: 0740802750

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Scientific Department

Dan Zolog

e-mail: zologdan@yahoo.com
tel: 0743081364

Nucu Marica

e-mail: nucu.marica@gmail.com
tel: 0747077455

Nicolae Golovei

e-mail: nicholas_alexander2000@yahoo.com
tel: 0756638523

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Dentistry Department

Vlad Golu

e-mail: vladgolu@gmail.com
tel: 0752069085

Alexandra Strat

e-mail: alexandrastrat@yahoo.com 
tel: 0740138386

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Social Department

Cristina Bogatan

e-mail: cris_bcm17@yahoo.com
tel: 0742244797

Sponsors and partners

The congress has full support from our traditional partners:

  • The University of Medicine and Pharmacy Tg. Mures
  • The College of Physicians of Mures County
  • The College of Dental Medics of Mures County
  • The College of Pharmacists of Mures County
  • The Clinical Hospital of Mures County
  • The Tg. Mures City Hall
  • The Students’ House of Culture Tg. Mures
  • NovoFarm
RoPharma i-medic.ro eMedic.ro Servier
Gedeon-Richter MedicalStudent.ro

Transportation

Here are some ways to get to Targu Mures

By Plane ->>Targu Mures International Airport

By Train ->> Internal

             ->> International

By Bus    ->>Internal & International