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The Department of Biochemistry, RajaRajeswari Medical College & Hospital is organizing a Pre-conference on September 10, 2015 & 3rd State Level Conference of AMBKC on September 11, 2015 & September 12, 2015 – an initiative to share the latest updates on Renal Disorders.


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Department of Biochemistry

  • Department of Biochemistry, Rajarajeswari Medical College & Hospital Bangalore, organized a three day state level conference of Association of Medical Biochemists Karnataka Chapter (AMBKC).
  • Pre conference CME& Conference was organized from 10/09/2015 to 12/09/2015.
  • A total of over 200 delegates all over Karnataka & adjoining states like Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Naidu, and Kerala attended the conference. Out of these 81 Post Graduate students & 124 were the Faculty members. Delegates from corporate sector, and office barriers of AMBKC also attended the conference.
  • Pre conference CME was organized on “Multidisciplinary Approach to Renal Disorders” on 10th September 2015.
  • The topic for the conference was-“ Role of Laboratory Medicine in Diagnosis and Management”, which was held on 11th & 12th September
  • Pre Conference CME & Conference was sponsored by Anjan Distributers, Agapee diagnostics, Kothari distributers, Transasia Diagnostics and Labcare Diagnostics.

Date: 1st September 2015

Preconference CME


“Multidisciplinary Approach to Renal Disorders”

  • Dr. Deepti introduced about CME to the audience. It was followed by welcoming the dignitaries on to the Dais.
  • Dignitaries include:
    1. Chief Guest of CME Spl. Officer Dr. Prabhudev, RRMC&H, Bangalore.
    2. Dean Dr. Shivakumar Veeraiah, RRMC&H, Bangalore.
    3. Medical director, Dr. D LRamachandra, RRMC&H, Bangalore.
    4. Additional Medical director, Dr.H.Rangappa, RRMC&H, Bangalore.
    5. Medical Superintendent Dr.K.M.Govindaraju, RRMC&H, Bangalore.
    6. Principal, Dr.S.Naveen, RRMC&H, Bangalore.
    7. Organizing Chairman Dr.H.V.Shetty, RRMC&H, Bangalore, and
    8. Organizing Secretary Dr. S.M.R Usha, RRMC&H, Bangalore.
  • Invocation was sung by student Priyadarshini. Followed by Lamp lighting by the dignitaries.
  • Welcome Speech was given by Organizing Chairman Dr. H V Shetty, Prof & HOD of Biochemistry, RRMC&H, Bangalore.
  • Gathering was addressed by Chief Guest Dr. Prabhudev, Special Officer, RRMC& H.
  • Vote of thanks was proposed by Joint Organizing Secretary Dr.Priyadarshini, Professor of Biochemistry, RRMC&H, Bangalore.
  • Dr. S.M.R Usha, Professor of Biochemistry, RRMC&H, Bangalore, gave the key note address, after which the scientific sessions started.
  • This CME enlightened about proper approach to Renal Disorders.
  • The Kidney was earlier considered as a mere compensator in the cardio-renal axis. It is now deemed as a chief participator in regulation of this axis. Dr. Prashanth Kumar, Professor of Physiology, helped us recall the basic Physiological role of circulating and tissue RAS (Renin angiotensin system) in cardiovascular regulation.
  • The Incidence of ESRD (End stage renal disease) and renal replacement therapy is increasing at an alarming rate due to Complications of Type II DM. It is important to identify the individuals at high risk of developing nephropathy by using risk markers. Dr. Vidhyashankar. P, Nephrologist enlightened us about one of the important risk marker proteinuria and clinical approach to it.
  • Dr. Rajaram T., Pathologist and Dr. Krishna M.V., Clinician broadened the horizon of our knowledge on Pathophysiological basis and management aspect of Diabetic Nephropathy. Recent epidemiological evidence indicates that even mild renal dysfunction will have poor out come in patients with diabetes. Knowledge of the pathophysiology of Diabetic Nephropathy will help us to develop bio markers for the early detection of renal dysfunction and enabled us in risk profiling of these patients leading to improved therapeutic and interventational stratergies in the management of Diabetic Nephropathy.
  • Despite evolving sophistication in hospital care, Acute Kidney Injury remains the commonest cause of high morbidity and mortality.
  • Dr. Shashidhar.K.N, Biochemist elaborated upon the markers of Acute Kidney Injury.

Date: 2nd & 3rd – 11th & 12th September 2015

Conference

“Role of Laboratory Medicine in Diagnosis and Management”

  • Dr. Deepti introduced about Conference to the audience. It was followed by welcoming the dignitaries on to the Dais.
  • Dignitaries include:
    1. Chief Guest of Conference Dr. S.Sacchidanand, Registerer Evaluation, RGUHS, Bangalore.
    2. Dean Dr. Shivakumar Veeriah,
    3. Medical director, Dr. D LRamachandra,
    4. Additional Medical director, Dr.H.Rangappa,
    5. Medical Superintendent Dr.K.M.Govindaraju
    6. Principal ,Dr.S.Naveen
    7. Organizing Chairman Dr.H.V.Shetty and
    8. Organizing secretary Dr. S.M.R Usha
  • Invocation was sung by student Priyadarshini. Followed by Lamp lighting by the dignitaries.
  • Welcome Speech was given by Organizing Chairman Dr. H. V.Shetty
  • Gathering was address by Chief Guest Dr. S.Sacchidanand, Registerer Evaluation, RGUHS, Bangalore
  • Vote of thanks was proposed by Joint Organizing Secretary Dr.C.M.Bindu, Associate Professor of Biochemistry.
  • Dr.V.Govindaraju, Medical Superintendent of Akash Medical College, Bangalore, gave the key note address, after which the scientific sessions started.
  • The diagnostic laboratory plays an increasingly vital role in the delivery of health care services. Clinicians relay on accurate laboratory test reports for proper diagnosis and management of patients. This CME in true sense enlightened us about “ The Role of Laboratory Medicine in Diagnosis and Management”
  • Topics like “Preanalytical errors in Laboratory” and “Six sigma implementation in clinical Laboratory” helped us to implement them in the clinical laboratory to improve patient satisfaction and global profitability and decrease health care costs
  • IEM (Inborn error of metabolism) are not rare in India. Tandem mass spectrometry is a very useful tool for new born screening and screening of clinically suspected children. This CME succeeded in providing the knowledge about this ideal technical tool.
  • Type II DM is major burden on our health care resources. Strict maintenance of glycemic level reduces the diabetes related morbidity and mortality. HbA1c is the most reliable marker to monitor the glycemic control. Hence it is obligatory to know the factors affecting HbA1c levels and its biological variations as clinical decisions can be severely compromised by these.
  • This CME also helped us to know about cost –effective Thyroid Evaluation: when and How?
  • It also broadened the horizon of our knowledge on the Causes and consequences of Sodium Imbalance, CKD-Mineral bone disease, Chemical carcinogens and cancer protectives.

Schedule

Date: 11th September 2015

Time: 2pm-4pm


Paper Presentation (Post Graduates) Poster Presentation (Post Graduates)
HOPKINS HALL WATSON HALL KREBS HALL BENEDICT HALL (Award Presentation) MITCHELL HALL
Yasmeen Fatima Shanthala. D Sanjeevini.N.B. Shobha.C. R Priyanka Patra
Reshma Raghu Sneha.Prakash.Allannavar Swetha.V. Chaitra.L.P Shilpa K Shet
Anikha Bellad Sadananjali Akshata Mirajkar N. Gautam Uzma Talath
Shilpa.A Namitha.D. Rajeshwari Patil Anurag Yadav Latha.P
Manasa. D.R Ashwini.K Uzma Anjum Madhuri.M.C Deepthi.M.
Shruthi Rai.P Mahantesh B.Bhutal Priya Patil Bibi Fatima Bawakhan John John.K
Ranjeet Kumar Jayaraj G.Gudi Janice DSA Krishnaveni.P Destina Andrews
Anna Tintu Verghese Muruga Meenakshi Thakur Shuvra Sarkar
T. Sibi Mandela Arun Sinha Navikala.K Lakshmi.D
Shilpa K Shet Mohamed Shakeel Mohaideen.N

Date: 12th September 2015

Time: 2pm-4pm


Paper Presentation (Post Graduates) Poster Presentation (Post Graduates)
HOPKINS HALL WATSON HALL MITCHELL HALL
Kruthi. B.N Jyothi.S Roopa.R
Govula Sravanthi Rajshree Badami Hamsa.M
Lakshmi.D Sahithya.C.S. Pallavi.B
Ritu Priya Deepthi.M. Sahana.K.R
Priyanka Patra Rashni.B.J. Sumantara.N.S
Uzma Talath Vijayalakshmi Khimavath Geetha
Guruprasad.R Nandini.M.D Abhijith.D
Latha.P Varsha Mohan Krishnaveni.P
Jaswanth Kumar. Papineni Manjula.H.S Ritu Priya
Thanuja.N Montey Naruka Nimmy Maria James
Hemantha Kumara.D.S Victoria Kshetrimayum Basavaraju.S
Navikala.K
Hemantha Kumara.D.S
Manjula.H.S
Nandini.M.D
Montey Naruka

Date: 11th September 2015

Time: 2pm-4pm


Paper Presentation ( Faculty ) Poster Presentation ( Faculty )
FISHER HALL NEUBERG HALL (Award Presentation) MITCHELL HALL
Kavitha M M Chandrika.N Sumathi.M.E
Vanishree.B.J Ramlingareddy Pawan.A.Kulkarni
Swapnali Suman Doddamani Mahalaxmi.S.Petimani
Manjunath.S.Somannavar Smita S Sonoli Neela.B.Mannangi
Parinita Kataraki Neela.B.Mannangi Parveen Doddamani
Sunitha.H Nandini
Maitreyee DS Shubha Jayaram
Prabhavathi.K Deepa.K
Varunkumar.D Akila.P
Preethi.B.P
Zahoorunnisa Deba
Shivaleela M Biradar

Date: 12th September 2015

Time: 2pm-4pm


Paper Presentation ( Faculty ) Poster Presentation (Faculty )
KREBS HALL MITCHELL HALL
Deepa.M Jyothi.M.P.D’souza
Susanna.T.Y
Shivakumar
Raghunandana.R
Shilpashree.Y.D
Nandini Takkalaki
Jyothi R S
Mahantesh Patil
Mohammed Shamsuddin
Sangappa V Kashinakunti