Wednesday, 22 February 2017

PGI is organizing 8th Annual Conference of Neuroanaesthesiology and Critical Care from 24th to 26th February

By Tricitynews Reporter
Chandigarh 22nd February:- The Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive care , PGI, Chandigarh is organizing the 18th Annual Conference of Neuroanaesthesiology and Critical Care under the aegis of Indian Society of Neuroanaesthesia and Critical care (ISNACC) from 24th-26th February, 2017. The 26th of February will be dedicated to International Symposium on Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Haemorrhage.
Neuroscience is exponentially growing and accompanied with everyday innovations and intriguing developments. There is a strong belief that better patient care is obtained through high volume and speciality physicians and hospitals. Neuroanaesthesia per se has contributed tremendously over the years to better patient care, in terms of patient outcome. The department of Neuroanaesthesia at PGI caters to approximately 300 aneurysmal surgeries and 1600 Neurotrauma cases per year.
The Mega event of ISNACC 2017, which is highlighting the importance of Neuroanaesthesia and Neurocritical care, will be an attended by around 400 delegates and luminaries of National and International repute in the field of Neuroanaesthesia and Neurocritical Care along with faculties from different speciality and super-speciality of the Institute. Around 20 International faculties from various corners of the globe and 50 National Faculty will be sharing their skilful experiences and knowledge on various topics of Neuroanaesthesia and Neurocritical Care during the scientific proceedings of the conference.
The highlights of the plenary scientific session consists of 4 workshops and Hands-on Training sessions on Neuromonitoring, Ultrasonography in anaesthesia, Difficult airway management and Echocardiography in Neuroanaesthesia, International symposium on Aneursymal SAH, Video presentation on Neuromonitoring and techniques of recent advances, Problem based Learning and Discussions, Panel discussions, Pro-Con sessions and simulation based fluid management session.

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