As a part of the Continuing Medical Education (CME) programme,the ENT department at the Baroda Medical College (BMC) has organised a two-day workshop on live surgery. This is for the first time that the BMC will be conducting cadaver dissection with a two-way video conferencing workshop.
The two-day workshop will be held on March 14 and 15 and over 100 ENT practitioners from across the state are likely to participate.
The workshop will be presided over by ENT specialists Dr Nishit Shah from Mumbai and Dr Tulsidas from Chennai and other specialists who will be a part of the team to demonstrate nasal and paranasal sinusitis surgery.
This is for the first time that the college will undertake a cadaver dissection and the department has been granted permission to carry out the operation over the unclaimed bodies at the SSG Hospital. ENT experts will conduct the operation at the ENT operation theatre,which will be broadcase to the participants at the BMC auditorium, said Dr Rajan Iyer,head of the ENT department at BMC.