The International Association for Prevention of Complications in Aesthetic Medicine (IAPCAM) has announced it will hold its second cadaver workshop on January 26 2019.
The one-day workshop will consist of interactive lecturers and a fresh frozen cadaver workshop that will aim to help delegates understand how to rectify complications and how to use hyaluronidase.
Teaching at the workshop will be consultant oral and maxillofacial surgeon Mr Jeff Downie, aesthetic practitioner and founder of IAPCAM Dr Beatriz Molina and consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon Mr Ansar Mahmood.
Dr Molina said the first workshop was a huge success, and demand has prompted them to organise a second. She said, “I am really looking forward to this workshop. This year we will hold a cadaver anatomy masterclass as well as a tutorial regarding safety areas and advices depth of injections around safety to minimise the risks of complications. We will also focus on how to dilute hyaluronidase for each indication with hands on practice.”
The course will take place on January 26 at King’s College London Anatomy and Surgical training centre.