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Workshop on laparoscopic surgery concludes in Tinsukia

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DOOMDOOMA, March 1 - A continuing medical education-cum-live laparoscopic surgery workshop was held recently at St Luke�s Hospital in Tinsukia.

It was organised by Tinsukia branch of ASA (Assam Chapter of Association of Surgeons of India) in collaboration with St Luke�s Hospital of Tinsukia where surgery was conducted on five patients.

Several eminent surgeons and other medical faculties from Tinsukia and Dibrugarh districts attended the session.

The event started with a prayer by the Bishop of the North East Diocese of CNI, the governing authority of St Luke�s Hospital, while the welcome speech was delivered by Dr JC Dey, honorary secretary of the branch, followed by two academic sessions.

The first session started with the welcome and inaugural ceremony chaired by chairpersons Dr M Zaman (retired Professor and HoD, Department of Surgery, AMCH) and Dr A Dutta, (general and laparoscopic surgeon from Tata Hospital, Chabua) who addressed the delegates and felicitated Dr Akhil Saxena from Sonipat, the chief guest and consultant surgeon for the workshop. Thereafter, the chief guest addressed the participants and went to the operation theatre from where five surgeries were demonstrated live to the audience through video conferencing.

Advanced laparoscopic surgeries like IPOM, TAPP and Mini Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy were done one by one on the patients. The second session started in the afternoon and was chaired by Dr GMS Chaudhury (retired Professor and HoD, Department of Surgery, AMCH, Dibrugarh) and Dr SA Fazal (Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery, AMCH, Dibrugarh).

There were three CME talks in the session, including a lecture on �Pelvic Floor Surgery� by the guest faculty, Dr Akhil Saxena, �Difficult Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy � Tips and Tricks� by Dr A Datta and �Laparoscopic Splenectomy� by Dr S Yaseen where the audience took active part and interacted with the lecturers.

The session came to an end with distribution of certificates of admiration and a vote of thanks by Dr Prashanta Boruah, chief surgeon of St Luke�s Hospital and secretary of the Scientific Committee of Tinsukia Branch of ASA.

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Workshop on laparoscopic surgery concludes in Tinsukia

DOOMDOOMA, March 1 - A continuing medical education-cum-live laparoscopic surgery workshop was held recently at St Luke�s Hospital in Tinsukia.

It was organised by Tinsukia branch of ASA (Assam Chapter of Association of Surgeons of India) in collaboration with St Luke�s Hospital of Tinsukia where surgery was conducted on five patients.

Several eminent surgeons and other medical faculties from Tinsukia and Dibrugarh districts attended the session.

The event started with a prayer by the Bishop of the North East Diocese of CNI, the governing authority of St Luke�s Hospital, while the welcome speech was delivered by Dr JC Dey, honorary secretary of the branch, followed by two academic sessions.

The first session started with the welcome and inaugural ceremony chaired by chairpersons Dr M Zaman (retired Professor and HoD, Department of Surgery, AMCH) and Dr A Dutta, (general and laparoscopic surgeon from Tata Hospital, Chabua) who addressed the delegates and felicitated Dr Akhil Saxena from Sonipat, the chief guest and consultant surgeon for the workshop. Thereafter, the chief guest addressed the participants and went to the operation theatre from where five surgeries were demonstrated live to the audience through video conferencing.

Advanced laparoscopic surgeries like IPOM, TAPP and Mini Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy were done one by one on the patients. The second session started in the afternoon and was chaired by Dr GMS Chaudhury (retired Professor and HoD, Department of Surgery, AMCH, Dibrugarh) and Dr SA Fazal (Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery, AMCH, Dibrugarh).

There were three CME talks in the session, including a lecture on �Pelvic Floor Surgery� by the guest faculty, Dr Akhil Saxena, �Difficult Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy � Tips and Tricks� by Dr A Datta and �Laparoscopic Splenectomy� by Dr S Yaseen where the audience took active part and interacted with the lecturers.

The session came to an end with distribution of certificates of admiration and a vote of thanks by Dr Prashanta Boruah, chief surgeon of St Luke�s Hospital and secretary of the Scientific Committee of Tinsukia Branch of ASA.