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AMRITSAR: Indian Society for Surgery of the Hand, which is a premier body working in India, to promote the recent developments in the field of hand surgery worldwide, is organising a two-day National Conference in the holy city of Amritsar from April 21 to 22, 2018 in association with Amandeep Hospitals & Clinics.
Confirming this, Dr. Ravi Mahajan, Chief Plastic Surgeon, Amandeep Group, who is also Organising Chairperson for this conference, said that this is Mid Term CME, which is being organised in Amritsar.
“This is a matter of pride for us to hold such a prestigious conference in the holy city because specialists from all over the country will be attending the conference and it will surely benefit the local upcoming plastic and orthopedic surgeon of the region, who are interested in hand surgery and thus the benefit will be passed on to the patients of the region,” he said, adding that Dr Raj Bahadur, VC Baba Farid University of Health Sciences will be Patron-in-Chief, Dr Abraham G. Thomas, Dr. Hardas Singh and Dr. KJS Mander will be patrons of this conference.
Apart from others, Trustees of the Society Prof. G Balakrishnan, Prof. Bhaskaranand Kumar and Dr. S Raja Sabapathy will be attending the conference.
In the two days conference, topics like- general principles of hand surgery, examination of injured hand, nail bed injuries, finger tip injuries, management of acute hand burns, post burn hand deformities, electric burn upper limb salvage, wrist arthroscopy, rehabilitation after hand surgery and all other recent developments in the field of hand surgery will be discussed by various faculty members of the society.
More than 35 hand surgeons will deliver their lectures in the two days conference.
Organising Committee Chairperson, Dr Avtar Singh, Chief Orthopedic Surgeon, Amandeep Group informed that these types of conferences help a lot to the budding surgeons to sharpen their skills and pass on the benefits of the latest developments in the field of hand surgery to their respective patients.
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