For the first time, Datta Meghe Medical college along with the Department of Anatomy is hosting a workshop in which doctors will have the opportunity to practice various types of anesthesia on cadavers or dead bodies. National experts will train the city doctors.
The plexus and planes on cadavers using a needle and USG. A first-of-its-kind workshop in central India will be held at Datta Meghe Medical College in Wanadongri. On February 26, 2023, from 8 a.m. to 5.00 p.m., at Datta Meghe Medical College, an off-campus college of the prestigious deemed university Datta Meghe Institute of Higher Education And Research (DMIHER) .
The course will be led by internationally renowned faculty and course director Dr. Sandeep Diwan, Chief Anaesthesiologist at Sancheti Hospital in Pune and Chairman of the Association of Regional Anaesthesia. Two cadavers have been arranged for the workshop.
The workshop is a unique step forward for hands-on training with specially embalmed soft cadavers, which require a lot of effort and are difficult to obtain. The university is always supportive and encouraging of the efforts to keep up with current international practices. Dr Pratibha Deshmukh and Anjali Borkar, Professor, HOD, and Professor of Anaesthesiology DMMC, are the organizing chairman and secretary, respectively.