GMC Anantnag’s gynecology deptt organises CME-cum-workshop
Post by RK News on Wednesday, December 7, 2022
Anantnag, Dec 06: The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology GMC Anantnag organised a CME on infertility which was followed by a workshop on Intra-Uterine Insemination (IUI). The program was attended by a huge number of experts from the field (within and outside the Union Territory of J&K) and various members of the faculty, consultants, residents and other doctors from within and outside the institute.
During the CME, the speakers talked about different aspects of infertility including Semen Analysis, Endometriosis, Initial Evaluation of Infertility etc. HoD Obstetrics and Gynecology Dr Syed Nawaz gave a detailed presentation about the laurels the department has achieved since its takeover by GMC Anantnag. He said the surgeries both in number and type, OPD, IPD have tremendously seen an upward trend and the department has started performing laparoscopic surgeries as well – approximately 250 performed till date. “The labor room is augmented by installation of CTG machines, multi-parameter monitors which took the patient care to a higher level,” he said and revealed that the number of referrals from the GMC Anantnag has hugely gone down and will continue to do so in the future as well.
Principal GMC Anantnag Prof (Dr) Tariq Syed Qureshi in his brief talk laid stress on the importance of treatment of infertility which he said has become a huge challenge considering the late age for marriages and other similar common causes.
The Principal congratulated the organising team led by Dr Nawaz and assisted by Dr Aqeesa, Dr Tanzeela, Dr Masarat, Dr Razia, Dr Sumaira Ismail, Dr Qurat, Dr Shagufta, Dr Rehana, Mr Suhail, Mr Aaquib for conducting the event and directed all other departments for taking up initiatives for institutional upliftment in specific and largely for the patient welfare.
The CME was followed by the workshop on Intra-Uterine Insemination which was conducted by Dr Nawaz along with the team of experts and was displayed live in the auditorium using high-end information technology equipment. The Medical Faculty Forum also congratulated the Department of Gynecology for such a mega event.