Kauvery Hospital Alwarpet Hosts Successful CME Program on Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary Hypertension and Scopes, Airway, Tracheostomy Workshop
Chennai, 17th July 2023: Kauvery Hospital Alwarpet, a leading multispeciality healthcare chain in Tamil Nadu, organized two Continuing Medical Education (CME) Programs focused on Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary Hypertension and 'Scopes, Airway &,Tracheostomy' ( SAT 2023 )Workshop. The events witnessed the participation of renowned medical faculy from across the city.
The CME programs, held recently, were aimed at fostering the continual growth and enhancement of medical professionals, particularly in the specialized fields of Pulmonology, Heart and Lung Transplant and Critical Care Medicine. These educational initiatives are part of Kauvery Hospital's ongoing commitment to promote knowledge exchange and the latest advancements in healthcare.
Distinguished speakers and experts in the field were invited to share their insights and experiences, providing attendees with a comprehensive understanding of the subjects. The programs included interactive sessions, case studies, and practical demonstrations, facilitating active learning and skill development among the participants.
The CME program on Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary Hypertension delved into the diagnosis, treatment, and management of this critical condition. Attendees had the opportunity to learn from esteemed medical professionals, gaining valuable knowledge to enhance patient care and outcomes. Similarly, the Scopes Airway Tracheostomy Workshop focused on improving proficiency in tracheostomy procedures and fostering best practices to ensure optimal patient safety and well-being.
Dr. Aravindan Selvaraj Co-Founder and Executive Director, Kauvery Hospital, expressed his enthusiasm for the success of these CME programs. "At Kauvery Hospital, we believe in the continuous professional development of our doctors and medical professionals. These CME programs offer an ideal platform for collaboration, learning, and honing our skills to provide the highest standard of care to our patients," he said.