18th IBCAST MS, scheduled from the 12th to 16th January 2021, would include activity for following departments namely
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) caused by Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) has transformed the lives of existing mankind. New norms of lifestyle have emerged across the globe. This disease has taught us many lessons of human interaction. Medical journals and mass media is full of research articles, treatment controversies and myths. This will include research papers and personal experiences of various physicians of many specialities during pandemic.
It will include the evaluation, techniques and long term management plans for various procedures like EMG & NCS for neurological disorders, Plasma exchange and apharesis for GBS and Diabetic foot management.
Trauma is the most common cause of death worldwide. Trauma response protocols are ever changing, as are the ways and mechanics of trauma causation. This session will cover hands on training for management of trauma, catastrophic situations and various modes of pain management.
Early diagnosis and management of newborns and infants with inherited metabolic disorders is essential for the affected children’s outcome.This symposium shall make use of an experienced team of pediatricians and gynaecologist, who are substantially experienced and have an excellent understanding of metabolic disorders in childhood.