The Department of Orthopaedics PG Students along with 50 delegates from around India and Nepal undertook training in the TMMC& RC?s ?Cadaver workshop on Surgical Approaches to Lower Limbs.?
Teerthanker Mahaveer medical college and research centre (TMMC&RC), a renowned private medical institute that ranks amongst the top medical colleges in the state of UP & Delhi NCR takes various initiatives and workshops to give the students better exposure for their studies. ?Cadaver workshop on surgical approaches to lower limbs? is one such endeavour the college conducted.
The workshop aimed at disclosing the details on how to carry out surgical operations on the lower limbs of the patients in practicality. The guest speaker for the workshop was Prof Rehan Ul Haq from the University College of Medical Sciences (USMS) New Delhi along with Dr. Rehtab Mittal, from Indian Spinal Injuries Centre also participated in this workshop.
Dr. Rehan Ul Haq shared his tactics and basics regarding how to proceed with a surgical procedure during any operation of the lower limbs. Using the cadaver for demonstration and practical purpose made the understanding of the surgical procedures simpler. 6 cadavers were brought in the workshop to accommodate the delegates and students in a better manner. Professor Rehan also made the PG students understand how easily mishaps like veins getting sliced can happen and gave a clear idea on how to avoid them and reach the affected area carefully.
Students and delegates took turns to partake in the surgical implementations on the cadavers while understanding the intricacies and significance of surgical procedures.
The workshop initiated after felicitating and lighting the lamp by the hands of guests Prof Rehan Ul Haq & Dr. Rehtab Mittal in the presence of college dignitaries Dr. Najmul Huda Additional Dean Academics TMMC&RC, Prof Ajay Pant Co- Organising Chairperson, Amit Saraf Organising secretary
Dr. Najmul Huda and Prof Ajay Pant addressed the students and congratulated them that they took earnest effort into understanding the human anatomy better and how it will benefit them.
The delegates were presented with mementoes as a token of appreciation. At the end of the workshop, a vote of thanks was presented by Dr. Amit Saraf while the co-ordination of the workshop was done by Dr. Shubham Agarwal.