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Apollo Hospitals Navi Mumbai hosts successful symposium on Anaesthesia for Organ Transplants

Navi Mumbai, 9 May 2024 : Apollo Hospitals Navi Mumbai recently conducted a scientific symposium on the topic of Anaesthesia for Organ Transplant. The scientific session, organised in collaboration with the Association of Cardiovascular Thoracic Anaesthesiologists, Mumbai witnessed participation from 110 delegates across Mumbai & Raigad, including prominent medical professionals and key figures in the healthcare sector.

The symposium served as a platform to discuss the latest advances and emerging trends, challenges and best practices, and ethical considerations in the field of organ transplantation. The topics covered included Kidney Transplant, Liver & Bowel Transplant, Heart & Lung Transplant and other organ transplants. Eminent specialists shared their expertise and insights on various aspects of organ donation and transplantation, fostering a collaborative environment for knowledge exchange.

Dr Sanjeeta Umbarkar – ACTA President and Prof & HoD Cardiovascular & Thoracic Anaesthesia KEM Hospital, Mumbai, Dr. Sanjeev Jadhav, Consultant, CVTS, Heart & Lung Transplant Surgery at Apollo Hospitals Navi Mumbai, Dr. Amol Kumar Patil, Sr Consultant, Urology, Uro –Oncology, Kidney Transplant & Robotic Surgery, Apollo Hospital Navi Mumbai, Dr Rohan Chaudhary – Consultant Liver Transplant Surgery were esteemed faculty for the symposium

Dr. Saurabh Tiwari, Consultant Cardiac Anaesthesiologist, Apollo Hospitals Navi Mumbai said, “The symposium was an unmissable event for anaesthesiologists to glean fresh insights into different aspects of anaesthesia related to organ transplantation. These scientific sessions on specialised topics are not commonly organised but are crucial in raising awareness and promoting collaboration within the medical community”

Mr. Santosh Marathe, Regional CEO – Western Region, Apollo Hospitals said, “We are proud to have hosted this scientific exchange that brought together leading anaesthesiologists and transplant surgeons to discuss the critical issue of anaesthesia during organ transplant surgery. Apollo Hospitals remains committed to advancing healthcare knowledge and expertise through initiatives such as these that foster dialogue within the medical community.

Apollo Hospitals Navi Mumbai has performed 348 kidney transplants, 204 liver transplants, and 10 heart transplants since 2017; each patient whose life has been saved or improved through a transplant is a source of great pride and motivation for the entire Apollo family.”

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