STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: The CME, which is scheduled for November 15 and 16, shall be attended by more than 50 senior thoracic surgeons from leading centers of the country, who shall impart knowledge as well as skill enhancement through on-hand workshops in Video Assisted Thoracic Surgery and Robotic platforms, for the first time in Jammu. In addition, there shall be workshops on use of endobronchial ultrasound and Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) used for bringing out patients of lung functions failure. The conference shall have symposium from leading specialist across the surgical field in lung cancer as well as lung transplant. More than 100 doctors working in thoracic surgery field along with post-graduate students from all over country as well as Jammu and Kashmir shall be benefitted by participating in this CME. Leading thoracic surgeons of country including Dr Rajan Santosham, Dr Ali Zamir Khan, Dr Arvind Kumar, Dr Bhabatosh Biswas, Dr R Dewan, Dr Sabyasachi Bal, Dr Rajinder Prashad, Dr Roy Gnanamuthu and Dr George along with Dr Shiv Kumar Nair President, Dr C S Hiremath Secretary and Dr Rajendera Umbarkar, Treasurer, Indian Association of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgeons of India and Dr T S Mahant, Dr Ashwani Suri and Dr Rajiv Kumar, Dr H S Bedi, Dr Sandeep Rana and Dr Shamsher Lochab from ANZCTVS are attending the CME. The organising team, under the patronship of Dr Sunanda Raina, Principal and Dean Govt Medical College Jammu, comprised Dr Gurjit Singh, Dr Noor Ali, Dr Ishtiaq Mir, Dr Sham Singh, Dr Mohit Arora, Dr Vivek Gandotra and Dr Bhumika Gupta along with staff of Department of CTVS GMC Jammu while Dr Arvind Kohli is Organizing Secretary of the IACTS-Thoracic CME.
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