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Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket Holds Conference on Neurosciences Update to Enhance Medical Knowledge

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Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket organised a two day Neurosciences Update to exchange ideas and enhance knowledge in the field of Neurosciences at the hospital premises. With the vision to provide world class healthcare facilities accessible to all, Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket conducted this Conference, to discuss and deliberate the recent advances in management of diseases related to Neurosciences.

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The Neurosciences Department at Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket is led by acclaimed stalwart neurosurgeons, neurologist, Interventional Neurologist and team of dedicated neuro anaesthesiologist who bring together aeons of clinical experience, technical excellence,  dynamism and versatility, all directed towards providing the highest standards of patient care. The long term vision revolving around quality, compassion and empathetic care has never wavered and has been crystallized through relentless hard work and incessant up gradation of skills and technology.

Leading doctors from Delhi & NCR participated in this two day conference. The program was designed to enable the sharing of knowledge and experience of the several eminent speakers, on the latest trends and treatment options for the management of diseases related to Neurosciences. New emerging modalities in clinical neurosciences were discussed amongst the experts like Life after death-preparing for organ donation, brain attack, brain injury, newer treatments for headache, surgical approach to treat epilepsy, stroke management amongst others.

Dr. Bipin Walia, Senior Director and Head of Department, Neurosurgery, Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket, said, “ The department of Neurosciences  is one of the focus specialities at Max Hospital, Saket  and we are working towards creating a world class institute for all Neurological issues. The conference was planned to be as interactive as possible and we believe that any scientific programme of this nature has to be inclusive, even as we showcase the facilities and services available at the Hospital. At Max, we have expert in each field of Neurosciences consisting of Dr VK Jain, Dr JD Mukherji, Dr Arun Saroha, Dr Chandril Chugh and Dr Kavita Sandhu amongst other senior doctors backed up by state of the art technology and operating rooms to ensure great outcomes to treat various disorders related to brain and spine.”

Max Hospital provides end- to-end solutions for the Neurosciences problems and have the expertise to deal with entire spectrum of neurological  disorders; be it cranial or spinal injuries, brain and spine tumours, aneurysms or arterio-venous malformations (AVM), congenital disorders, endoscopic brain surgeries, epilepsy surgery, skull base surgeries, functional neurosurgery and deep brain stimulation. There is a very active Stroke programme as well as speciality clinics for management of multiple sclerosis, movement disorders and epilepsy. Dedicated Neuro-ICU”s are manned round the clock by specialists in Neurocritical care.  The department provides comprehensive patient care with able support from departments of Physiotherapy& Rehabilitation, Speech & Occupational Therapy and Nutrition and Dietary services.

“Max Hospital Saket is running a successful 3- year DNB programme   in Neurosurgery as well as Neurology as well as a fellowship in Neuroanaesthesia and Neurocritical care. In addition to the dedicated academic sessions for the DNB trainees, regular journal clubs, mortality/ morbidity meetings, case presentations and interesting case discussions are conducted in the department. A host of articles and reviews have been published in various indexed journals and the department is well represented by presentations in the various conferences at state, national and international levels. The younger breed of Neurosurgeons is also encouraged to attend various workshops and short term fellowships for the continual development of their surgical skills” said Dr Bipin walia.

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