Continuous Medical Education programme on diagnostic eqpt today
A CME (Continuous Medical Education) Program on "Latest Technological Advancements in Radiology & Laboratory Services" to be held here in the city on Thursday.
Hyderabad: A CME (Continuous Medical Education) Program on "Latest Technological Advancements in Radiology & Laboratory Services" to be held here in the city on Thursday.
Dr Eike Nagel, Professor and Director of the Institute for Experimental and Translational Cardiovascular Imaging, University Hospital, Frankfurt, Germany and Dr Arunark Kolipaka, Associate Professor, Technical Director of MRI, Department of Radiology at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Columbus, USA, will address the 500 plus who's who of the medical fraternity in the city, comprising Cardiologists, Neurologists, Gynecologists, Pediatricians and Critical Care experts are expected to participate to listen to the world renowned authorities.
Translational Cardiovascular Imaging is a patient-friendly and accurate cardiac damage diagnosis method now able to show via heart imaging that cardiac damage can be diagnosed way ahead of the clinical symptoms. This is developed by an international research team headed by the Institute for Experimental and Translational Cardiovascular Imaging at the University Hospital Frankfurt. Dr. Eike Nagel is a pioneer in this world.
This is a trans-disciplinary approach with long term goals of improving risk prediction and risk stratification for people with suspected or at risk of cardiovascular disease. This method enables in obtaining all of the relevant clinical parameters in the least amount of time, usually in 30 to 40 minutes. This new method overcomes all the limitations of Cardiovascular disease assessing methods existing so far. It is a fool-proof method in the diagnosis of the Cardivascular diseases diagnosis. Dr. Eike Nagel will talk more on this subject, progress in this area and trends.
Dr. Safaa Muneer will speak on infectious diseases. In a current scenario many patients see doctors after unsuccessful attempt of using antibiotics without relief. Diagnostic tests in such situations do not give proper results. So one has to go for "Multiplex PCR", a DNA based diagnosis system. Viral infectious diseases represent an important portion of global public health concerns with thousands of deaths annually.
He will through more light on the unique methods developed by Tenet Diagnostics on the same as well as on various viral fevers. The proposed CME program presents a glimpse of recent advances in diagnostic testing for viral infections and others. Dr. Sandeep Juvvadi will talk on trends in Radiology that will define treatment in future. He will also overview of how advanced technologies and technique are put to use for effective diagnosis.
It is often stated that 70% of medical decisions are driven by diagnostic testing. The range and ability of diagnostic tests is constantly evolving, helping to detect diseases earlier, in more detail, and across all disciplines. Effective diagnosis is half of the treatment. Hence, it is only important to develop latest Diagnostic Equipment and Technologies; they must be made known to medical fraternity for effective treatment.