GMC, HAESI, IADVL organises CME on Hereditary Angioedema

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SRINAGAR, APRIL 20: The Department of Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy, Government Medical College Srinagar, organized a CME on hereditary angioedema in collaboration with Hereditary Angioedema Society of India (HAESI) and Indian Association of Dermatologists, Venereologists and Leprologists (IADVL) J&K chapter.

The CME was inaugurated by the Secretary, Health and Medical Education, Dr Syed Abid Rasheed Shah, while Professor Dr Iffat Hassan, Principal GMC Srinagar was the guest of honour.

Other dignitaries, present on the occasion, included Professor Sunil Dogra, President HAESI, Administrator Associated Hospitals, Mohammad Ashraf Hakak, Dr Yasmeen Jabeen, Head of the Department and President IADVL J&K, Dr Ankur Jindal, General Secretary HAESI and Dr Shagufta Rather, General Secretary, IADVL, J&K.
Secretary stressed on the need of conducting such informative CMEs on regular intervals.

The CME was attended by about 200 delegates including the residents and faculty from all departments of GMC Srinagar and other medical colleges of J&K.

The lectures deliberated upon by the faculty from PGIMER Chandigarh, GMC Srinagar and other medical colleges, SKIMS and Directorate of Health Services Kashmir besides hundreds of medical students also participated in the event.

The CME included numerous informative sessions with emphasis on diagnosis and management of Hereditary angioedma, which although rare and very fatal disease. The need for availability of the necessary investigations and medications in the institution for the benefit of such patients was stressed upon.

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