S.L. RAHEJA HOSPITAL, MAHIM HOSTS 8TH ANNUAL MECHANICAL VENTILATION WORKSHOP FOR INTENSIVE CARE COMMUNITY IN MUMBAI

Mumbai, 10.05.2024: S. L. Raheja Hospital, Mahim – A Fortis Associate recently partnered with the Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine to organize 8th Annual Mechanical Ventilation Workshop, on April 27th 2024, in Mumbai.

A total of 120 delegates from Mumbai attended the day-long workshop, which was specifically designed for ICU doctors, respiratory therapists, ICU nurses, and trainee doctors. The workshop covered practical aspects of basics of mechanical ventilation and ventilating techniques for patients with different conditions such as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS), Status Asthmaticus, and head injury.

This academic workshop demonstrated live process of using ventilators on goat lung specimens to provide insights on how the lungs work during various stages of mechanical ventilation. The participants were also educated about the use of artificial intelligence in mechanical ventilation, on lab models, which would make ventilation safer and more efficient. Delegates were also taught the optimal way of ventilating patients by way of computer-generated simulations and scenarios. They were introduced to various patient interfaces designed to enhance the non-invasive ventilation procedures.

Commenting on the occasion, Dr Sanjith Saseedharan, Consultant & Head-Critical Care, S. L. Raheja Hospital, Mahim – A Fortis Associate said, “As critical care physicians, our dedication lies in providing healthcare excellence and fostering a culture of continuous learning within the medical community. We strive to disseminate information about cutting-edge advancements and share invaluable experiences to enhance patient safety and optimize care delivery”.

Dr Kunal Punamiya, CEO, S. L. Raheja Hospital, Mahim – A Fortis Associate, said, “At S. L. Raheja Hospital we are committed to deliver unparalleled clinical excellence, while nurturing an ecosystem of perpetual learning. This initiative is an endeavor to further enhance patient care through learning”.

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