BISROCS 2012 Album
The 3rd Beijing International Symposium and Workshop on Robotic Cardiac Surgery (BISROCS 2012), which was organized by the PLA General Hospital, and co-sponsored by the Asian Society of Robotic Surgery (ASRS), the Minimally Invasive Robotic Association (MIRA) and the Society of Robotic Surgery (SRS) was successfully held from July 14-16, 2012.at the PLA General Hospital in Beijing, China.
Concurrent with the cardiac surgery track, BISROCS 2012 will also highlight various multi-disciplinary scientific sessions, including thoracic surgery, general surgery, gynaecology, hepatology, urology and surgical oncology.
During the past 3 days, BISROCS 2012 successfully completed its tasks -- more than 20 world renowned professors and scholars from France, USA, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, mainland China and so on spoke at the conference. 4 robotic live surgeries on cardiac surgery and 6 robotic live surgeries on multiple disciplines have all been successfully performed, which has attracted more than 400 participants from all over the world.
Our professional photographers captured every joyful gathering during the break of the BISROCS 2012 event: getting to know new friends, renewing old friendship, sharing experience, discussing the latest advances…
The gala dinner is scheduled at the Ting Li Restaurant at the Summer Palace. The Summer Palace was so named because it served as the summer residence of the imperial households. Situated in the western outskirts, it consists of the Longevity Hill and Kunming Lake with a total area of 290 hectares. Centered on the Tower of Buddhist Incense the Summer Palace consists of over 3,000 structures including pavilions, towers, bridges, and corridors. The Summer Palace can be divided into four parts: the court area, front-hill area, front-lake area, and rear-hill and back-lake area. It is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List as "An outstanding expression of the creative art of Chinese landscape garden design, incorporating the works of humankind and nature in a harmonious whole."