It is extremely likely that if Jack Mustarde, founder of [...]
Reconstructive surgery has an immense role to play in Africa [...]
Resurge Directors attended a meeting this morning with Minister of [...]
Reconstructive Flap Course - The Reconstructive Surgical Flap course ran [...]
A visit by Resurge directors Martyn Webster and Catherine Liao [...]
Resurge Africa is looking to recruit a hospital nurse to [...]
Supported by ReSurge Africa – Reconstructive plastic surgeons Dr Charles Asiedu, Dr Elliot Boham and Dr Warigbani Pieterson from Ghana have arrived in Glasgow for a month to complete a Canniesburn Flap & Perforator course, a Microsurgical workshop and 2 weeks as an observer at the Canniesburn Plastic Surgery Unit.
Kwasi Boakye was 8 years old when he was brought to the Reconstructive Plastic Surgery and Burns Unit in Accra in April 2005. Buruli Ulcer had started near his eye and was progressively destroying his face.It was feared that he would lose his sight.
Ibrahim is an 8 year old boy from Cote D’Ivoire who survived a terrible house fire in September 2014 that killed his 10year old brother and 4 year old sister. This fire was caused by a faulty electrical fuse box. Burns represent a major portion of the workload for the Plastic Surgery and Burns Unit, and 45% of burns patients seen are children. Initially, Ibrahim’s father Adama took him to the local hospital where his burns were dressed.
Major streets in Freetown have been blocked, houses destroyed, property [...]