Free ENT Camp , Nandyal (AP),11-8-2009 TO 16-8-2009

Nearly 100 Free ENT surgeries planned

Contact:

C.MADHU SUDANA RAO
MADHUMANI NURSING HOME
BALAJI COMPLEX,
NANDYAL 518501.A.P. INDIA.
MOBILE:+91-9440290460
LAND LINE:+91-8514-243210, 243220

ENT Surgeon required for hospital in Hanumantnagar

" ENT Surgeon required for hospital in Hanumantnagar, Gujarat ( 100 kms from Bhavnagar). Salary Rs 65,000/- plus other perks. Please contact drmody@gmail.com "

ENT Radiology Link


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39th MERF ALL India Temporal Bone WorkshopNovember 14-15, 2009; Chennai, India.


Contact: Secretary
Tel: +91 44 24311411/12/13/14/15
Fax: +91 44 243 11416
Web: www.merfmk.com or http://www.merfmohankameswaran.in/
Email:
merfmk@vsnl.net or
merfmk@yahoo.com

CME in Surgical Otology and temporal bone dissection,June 27,2009 ,Vellore


Dr. Rupa Vedantam
Professor & Head
Department of ENT- Unit 3
Christian Medical College Hospital
Vellore- 632004. India.
Phone: 0416-2283483
Fax: 0416-2232035

National FESS Workshop ,Apollo Hospital ,Delhi,October 2-4,2009


Swine Flu

Air Travel Guidelines are Needed to Prevent Flu's Spread.
Dr KK Aggarwal
India needs to announce flu prevention guidelines for airline travel. American Medical association has already framed their guideline on June 16 at its annual meeting held from June 13 to 17 in Chicago.
Suggested points
1. The confined nature of air travel raises the risk of influenza's spread.
2. It supports efforts to develop airline travel guidelines to help keep the flu -- including H1N1 swine flu -- from spreading.
3. If you must travel to an area that has reported cases of H1N1 flu (swine flu), stay informed. Follow local public health guidelines, including any movement restrictions and prevention recommendations.
4. Be aware that India is checking all exiting airline passengers for signs of H1N1 flu (swine flu). Exit screening may cause significant delays at airports.
5. The country should adopt policy of entry check also. As it?s the entry which causes the spread of illness to the fellow passengers.
6. Do not illegally import swine flu in the country by consuming drugs to help stop flu symptoms for a few hours. Drugs like anti allergics, steroids, pain killers, anti fever drugs, nasal anti allergic drops and anti cough syrups can all cover the symptoms for a few hours.
7. Antiviral medications for the prevention of H1N1 flu (swine flu) should be considered for travelers going to Mexico who are at high risk of severe illness from influenza. This would include persons with certain chronic medical conditions, persons aged 65 or older, children younger than 5 years old, and pregnant women. The recommended antiviral drugs for H1N1 flu (swine flu) are oseltamivir (brand name Tamiflu) nd zanamivir (brand name Relenza). Both are prescription drugs that fight against H1N1 flu (swine flu) by keeping it from reproducing in the body. These drugs can prevent infection if taken as a preventative.
8. Check if your health insurance plan will cover you abroad including for the swine flu. Consider purchasing additional insurance that covers medical evacuation in case you become sick.
9. The Indian embassies, consulates and military facilities may not have the legal authority, capability, and resources to evacuate or to give medications, vaccines or medical care to private Indian citizens overseas.
Practice healthy habits to help stop the spread of H1N1 flu (swine flu)
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water. This removes germs from your skin and helps prevent diseases from spreading.
  • Use waterless alcohol-based hand gels (containing at least 60% alcohol) when soap is not available and hands are not visibly dirty.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze and put your used tissue in a wastebasket.
  • If you don't have a tissue, cough or sneeze into your upper sleeve, not your hands.
  • Wash your hands after coughing or sneezing, using soap and water or an alcohol-based hand cleaner (with at least 60% alcohol) when soap and water are not available.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth. Germs spread that way.
  • Try to avoid close contact with sick people (within 6 feet). Influenza is thought to spread mainly person-to-person through coughing or sneezing of infected people.

It is important to follow the advice of local health and government authorities. You may be asked to restrict your movement and stay in your home or hotel to contain the spread of H1N1 flu (swine flu).

Temporal Bone Courses 2009-2011 , KKR ENT Hosptal ,Chennai ,India

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Job Vacancy ( Prof in ENT )

There is a need for one PROF OF ENT who is not on any job roll of any medical college & within 58 yrs ,with relieving order from the last job, in a med college in ANDHRA.

thanks,
Contact Dr Jagdish Sunkum

jsunkum@hotmail.com
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13th Annual Live Surgical Workshop & Symposium on FESS,September 4-6,2009,Chennai



Dear Friends,

I take immense pleasure in announcing the forthcoming Annual Live
Surgical Workshop & Symposium on FESS. We are conducting this year's
programme on 4th , 5th and 6th September 2009. I take this opportunity
to extend my invitation to you to join us in this scientific endeavor.
As it has been for the last 13 years, Dr. Dharambir Singh Sethi from
Singapore General Hospital will be the invited guest faculty for this
workshop. Dr. Richard Douglas an eminent Rhinologist and Immunologist
from New Zealand will also be part of the guest faculty.

I am circulating this email as a first announcement to enable you to
block the dates. I will send you the brochure and the registration
form both by email and also by regular mail in the next few weeks. I
will be grateful if you could forward this email to your colleagues
and others who may be interested in participating.

I will look forward to meeting you during the workshop.

With warm regards,

Prof. Ravi Ramalingam,
KKR ENT Hospital & Research Institute,
# 274 (Old # 827, P.H. Road,
Kilpauk,
ChennaiI - 600 010.
Phone : +91 44 2641 1444 / 2641 1987
Fax : +91 44 2641 2727

International Course on "Sialendoscopy"

International Course on "Sialendoscopy"
Venue: UCMS & GTB Hospital
Dates : November 20-21, 2009
Course Director: Dr P P Singh
Professor & Head, Deptt of ENTUCMS & GTB Hospital
Dilshad Garden, DELHI - 110 095
Guest Faculty : Dr Francis MarchalDirector (ESTC)European Sialendoscopy Training CentreGeneva (Switzerland)
Course Faculty : Dr Arun Goyal
Reader, Deptt of ENTUCMS & GTB Hospital
Dilshad Garden, DELHI - 110 095
Contact: arungoyal150@hotmail.com
Mobile: +91 11 9810812813
Website: www.otologyindia.blogspot.com