Recently in a press conference which is aimed to give a brief on the upcoming four-day International Critical Care update conference which is starting from November 14 to November 17, Dr Jayesh Timane, chairman of Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine (ISCCM) has stated that the city lack extreme shortage of trained specialist in critical care and the expensive set up which aggravates the cost of medical care.
Dr.Nirmal Jaiswal (President, AMS), Dr.Imran Noor Mohammed (Secretary, ISCCM) and Dr Sanjay Jain (Secretary, AMS) were present in the press meet.Dr.Jaiswal said that through the conference, they aim to update the medical fraternity about the advances in this area. He also added that they have also started an initiative where the specialists are assigned two students under them so that the medical student will be updated and it will a help for the society. On this occasion, Dr.Timane has said that for rural areas they are focussing on the better transport system so that the patients can be easily shifted to city for better treatment.
As per information, the eminent critical care specialists from all over the world are participating in the conference. The conference will give new knowledge in this field and develop the level of Intensive Care Therapeutics in the city. International faculty for this conference will be Dr.Ian Seppelt from Australia and Dr.Xavier from France. The conference is jointly organised with Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine (ISCCM) Nagpur chapter.