CARE Hospitals, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad Successfully Completed the First Mastery of Coronary Anastomosis Wet Lab Hyderabad, India

CARE Hospitals, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad Successfully Completed the First Mastery of Coronary Anastomosis Wet Lab Hyderabad, India

CARE Hospitals, Banjara Hills, announces the successful completion of the first mastery of Coronary Anastomosis Wet Lab, held on June 11, 2024, conducted by the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery. This landmark event brought together aspiring cardiac surgeons from across the region, providing them with an invaluable opportunity to enhance their skills under the guidance of two preeminent experts in the field.

The Wet Lab featured intensive hands-on training sessions, where participants practiced intricate coronary anastomosis techniques using state-of-the-art simulation equipment. The interactive sessions were designed to bridge the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical application, ensuring that attendees left with a heightened level of confidence and competence in their surgical skills.

Participants expressed high levels of satisfaction with the quality of instruction and the practical experience gained during the wet lab. Dr. Jacob Jamesraj and Dr. Gutti Ramasubrahmanyam provided personalized feedback and guidance, ensuring each participant could maximize their learning potential.

Dr. Gutti Ramasubrahmanyam, Clinical Director & Sr. Consultant, Dept. of Cardiothoracic Surgery, said "It was incredibly rewarding to see the enthusiasm and dedication of the participants. Our goal was to provide a realistic and supportive environment for them to refine their skills, and I believe we achieved that. The success of this wet lab is a testament to the importance of hands-on training in cardiac surgery. We are committed to continuing this initiative to foster the next generation of cardiac surgeons."

Mr. Syed Kamran Husain, Hospital Chief Operating Officer at CARE Hospitals, Banjara Hills, emphasized, "Our commitment to advancing cardiac sciences is deeply rooted in our dedication to academic excellence. We believe that fostering a robust academic environment is essential to nurturing the next generation of cardiac surgeons and medical professionals. Our collaboration with global experts and investment in state-of-the-art technology ensure trainees access the latest cardiac surgery techniques. We promote continuous learning, encourage research, and provide comprehensive academic programs that blend theoretical knowledge with practical application, positioning us as a leader in cardiac care and shaping the future of the field."

Attendees expressed their gratitude about the event for its organization, the quality of instruction, and the practical experience gained. Many noted that the skills they acquired would be directly applicable to their clinical practice, enhancing their ability to perform complex cardiac surgeries.

Given the positive response, CARE Hospitals plans to make the Mastery of Coronary Anastomosis - Wet Lab an annual event, expanding its scope and incorporating new advancements in cardiac surgery techniques and technologies. 

Photo Caption:Dr. Mathew M Thomas, Dr. N L Sailaja Vasireddy, Dr. Gururaj V, Dr. N Sathish Raju, Mr. Syed Kamran Husain, Dr. G Ramasubrahmanyam, Dr. Jacob Jamesraj, Dr. G Bhavani Prasad, Dr. Ajit Singh