AMU organized a two-day CME cum Workshop on Thoracic Surgery

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Lt. Gen. Zameeruddin ShahALIGARH December 19: The Department of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery, J.N. Medical College, Aligarh Muslim University organized a two-day CME-cum-Workshop on Thoracic Surgery under the auspices of Indian Association of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgeons.

Addressing the inaugural session, Lt. Gen. (Retd.) Zameer Uddin Shah, Vice Chancellor said that the ailments relating to the chest diseases are quite common amongst the population and some of the diseases have their origin in childhood. He further mentioned that cardiothoracic surgeons should update themselves with current understanding of the subject for early recognition of ailments to provide favourable outcomes. He said that healthy citizens make strong nation.

Prof. Jagdish Prasad, Director General Health Services, Government of India said that there is no dearth of  grant and this super-specialty can further progress in the J.N. Medical College for better teaching and training of students and patient care.

Brig. (Retd.) Syed Ahmad Ali, Pro-Vice Chancellor, while speaking on the occasion, emphasized the need for further improvement in Cardiothoracic Surgery in J. N Medical College. He appreciated the hard work by the organizing committee and wished success to CME.

Prof. Ali Zameer Khan from Medanta Gurgaon demonstrating to the delegates

Prof. Ali Zameer Khan from Medanta Gurgaon demonstrating to the delegates

Earlier, Prof. M.H. Beg, Dean, Faculty of Medicine and Organizing Secretary of the CME welcomed the dignitaries, speakers and participants. He highlighted the developmental needs of the newly created department and stressed that such CME cum Workshops are the best platform for experts in the field to share experience and discuss their research work among participants. He briefly described the history of the Department.

Prof. Tariq Mansoor, Principal & CMS, J.N. Medical College appreciated the efforts of the youngest Department of the college. He said that the conference will be beneficial to students and teachers.

Prof. Biswas, President and Dr. Rajan Sethuratnam, Secretary IACTS appreciated the hard work of the organizing committee and assured all help in future for the  development of the Department of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery.

Dr. M. Azam Haseen proposed the vote of thanks. Around 200 delegates and 10 experts in the field participated in the CME and Workshop.

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