Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Nagpur Hysteroscopy Carnival' from Nov 29

with an aim to create public awareness about Hysteroscopy, Central India Test Tube Baby Centre in collaboration with Nagpur Obstetric and Gynecological Society and Organisation has organised a two-day carnival christened as 'Nagpur Hysteroscopy Carnival' on November 29 and 30 at Hotel Centre Point, Ramdaspeth.
In a press conference on Wednesday chairperson of the carnival and director of central India Test Tube Baby Centre and Deshmukh Hospital Dr Sushma Deshmukh informed that hysteroscopy is a type of endoscopic procedure performed in females by putting up hysteroscope in the uterine cavity to inspect it and that magnified image, we can see on the monitor so that we get the minute details of the uterine cavity.
Director of Get-Well Hospital Dr Sudhir Deshmukh said that hysteroscopy is becoming popular investigation because of its rewarding results, specially in infertile and recurrent pregnancy loss patients. Prevalence of septum with recurrent pregnancy loss with reported spontaneous abortion is 26-94 per cent with the help of hysteroscope we can divide the septum with minimal or no anesthesia. 
Uterine bleeding per vaginum comprises 30-40 per cent of all gynecological conditions. Incidence of uterine fibroid is 20-70 per cent. Out of that submucous myomas. (Incidence varies from 16.6-55 per cent). Prevalence of endometrial polyps in females is 25 per cent which is also an important factor causing irregular and heavy bleeding. With the help of hysteroscopy which is a minimal invasive surgery we can remove the polyps, fibroids without opening the abdomen and save the uterus. 
It may be mentioned here that fallopian tubal factors in infertility accounts for 25-30 per cent of infertility in females. Promimal tubal block represents 10-25 per cent of all tubal diseases. With the help of hysteroscope, one can successfully cannulate the tube and remove the block in most of the cases. So one can avoid costly treatments like test tube baby which is sole treatment in case of tubal problems in infertile patients. 
Prevalence of intra uterine adhesions are increasing in India because of high number of therapeutic and illegal abortions and higher incidence of genital tuberculosis which is also an important cause for infertility and scanty menses or amenorrhoea. Hysteroscopically we can extend the treatment in such cases.

Misplaced copper-T (intrauterine contraceptive device), intrauterine foreign bodies, retained products of conception etc like conditions can be managed by hysteroscopy. Cancer endometrium is the 4th cancer female reproductive system. In suspected patients one can do the hysteroscopically directed biopsy. 
This will be the first of a kind of live operative workshop with two days national conference only on hysteroscopy in India which is supported by world's renowned heytetroscopist Dr Osama Shawki and many eminent faculties of India. Hystetroscopy is becoming third eye of endoscopist because of its rewarding healing touch. The innovative in energy systems, optics, instruments and surgical techniques have simplified the hysteroscope procedures. 'See and Treat' has because the key word for hysteroscopy.
The press conference was attended by Dr Sushma Deshmukh, Dr Sudhir Deshmukh, secretary of Nagpur Ob-Gy Society Dr Manish Baheti, Chairman FOGSI endocopy committee Dr Rajesh Modi, Dr Alka Mukherji and Dr Swati Khandekar. Dr Sushma Deshmukh addressing the press conference on Wednesday at Hotel Centre Point while other doctors on the dais look on.

News Source - Lokmat Times

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