National Level Workshop on Urology held at Sanjevani Hospital, Guwahati
Around 100 doctors and urological experts from across the country and abroad participated in the workshop.
The workshop focused on the recent advancements in the Operative Endourological Techniques using the latest equipment.
Successfully operated 14 patients at Sanjevani Hospital using advanced laser technology.
Guwahati, 17th of March, 2019
Sanjevani Hospital organized a two-day workshop on urology under the aegis of Centre of Advanced Urology & Kidney Disease at its campus.
Around 100 doctors and urological experts from across the country and abroad participated in the workshop. The participating doctors attended the workshop from ITA Machkhowa, Guwahati through video conferencing.
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The workshop focused on the recent advancements in the Operative Endourological Techniques using the latest equipment. It also included practical suggestions on how to practice such techniques with precision and safety. Head of Urology Department, Sanjevani Hospital, Dr Arup Kr Nath conducted the workshop along with a team of expert urological surgeons.
“The workshop mainly was aimed to highlight the modern equipment available and its use in treating patients with kidney stones and prostate using laser guided technology/endoscopy. These technologies have made operations accurate and precise relative to earlier manual operations,” informed Dr. Nath.
“During the workshop, the doctors have successfully operated 14 patients at Sanjevani Hospital using advanced laser technology.
Dr. Bhaben Choudhury, Managing Director of the hospital said, “After conducting the Blood donation camp, health camp and free dental camp in the month of January, now we are looking forward to developing the Urology and Dentistry department. With this workshop, our doctors now will be able to understand more about the changing technology in the concerned field and this will in return help the people of our state with a better treatment.”