Confederation of Latin American Societies of Anesthesiology
Confédération latinoaméricaine des sociétés d'anesthésiologie
Confederación Latinoamericana de Sociedades de Anestesiologia (CLASA)
1962-10 Lima Peru
Founded at 6th Latin American Congress of Anaesthesiology, in succession to H-XH7109 - Organization of Latin American Congresses of Anaesthesiology, set up Nov 1949, Buenos Aires (Argentina). Regional section of B-XB3534 - World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists (WFSA).
Improve the standard of anaesthesia in Latin America through close cooperation of member societies; disseminate scientific information; encourage research; establish basic standards for teaching and training; promote scholarships and fellowships.
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