Organized by Departments of Radio-Diagnosis and Gen-Surgery, was held on 20th September 2016, from 2.00pm to 4.00pm, at College Auditorium (Kadamba Hall).
Abdominal trauma is one of the common condition admitted to any hospital, Approach to the patient with clinical and diagnostic is very essential and immediate recognition of severity of conditions post trauma is a must in prompt and proper management of the patient.
The CME highlights the approach to a trauma patient, early diagnostic values and management. Dr. Pravin G U, Prof and HOD, Radio diagnosis welcomed the delegates highlighting the multi-disciplinary approach to the patient admitted with trauma. Dr. Swaroop B., Senior Resident in Radio diagnosis talked on Contrast Induced Nephropathy. Side effects , short and long term damage to kidneys, prerequisites for contrast administration and safe contrast media. Interactive sessions with faculty and residents with case scenarios presentation by Dr. Lavanya , Dr. Hazif from Radio diagnosis , Dr. Suraj , Dr. Tejus from surgery moderated by Dr. Gautham , Dr. Sindhu, Asst Profs from Radio diagnosis , Dr. Gopal and Dr.Manjunath, Asst Profs from Gen Surgery in approaching , diagnosis and management was very educative to all the delegates with Do,s and Don’t Do,s discussion.
Dr. Parthasarathi, Asst Prof of Radio diagnosis presented a complete picture of Imaging in Abdominal trauma, approach and selection of mode of investigations and important diagnostic signs. Dr. Rohit, Asst prof presented the management in trauma abdomen, emphasizing on when, where, how conservative or surgical intervention is necessary.
Interactive session and experiences in trauma were discussed by Dr. Pravin GU, HOD Radio Diagnosis, Dr. Rajagopal, HOD surgery, Prof Dr. Anil kumar Shukla, Radio Diagnosis who called for RRMCH protocol for trauma, and Dr. Hanumanthaiah, Gen Surgery.
Medical Director, Dean and Medical Superintendent of RRMCH gave the mementos to speakers. Dr. Sathyamurthy, Vice Principal and Prof Dr. G K Ramachandrappa felicitated the moderators.
Vote of thanks was given by Dr. Rajagopal, Prof and HOD surgery.