UPDATES ON SINUS INFECTIONS ,Wardha,31.3.12


Conference Name- UPDATES ON SINUS INFECTIONS 
City- SEVAGRAM 
Date 31-03-12
City- SEVAGRAM
Venue- MAHATMA GANDHI INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, SEVAGRAM, WARDHA, MAHARASHTRA
Dates - 31st march 2012
Organizing Team- DEPARTMENT OF ENT and HEAD NECK SURGERY , MGIMS , SEVAGRAM
Contact Number - 09657610045
Faculty- DR. SANJIV GOLHAR, DR. PUSHKAR LELE
Fees detail- Rs 200
Address for correspondence -DEPARTMENT OF ENT and HEAD NECK SURGERY , MGIMS , SEVAGRAM
Suggested Accomodation - Hotel Gulshan, Wardha ; Hotel Ramakrishna, Wardha

XXIII advanced course in microsurgery of the ear and middle ear implants, Sir Ganga Ram hospital, New Delhi 31st March and 1st April, 2012


Invitation for XXIII advanced course in microsurgery of the ear and middle ear implants, Sir Ganga Ram hospital, New Delhi
31st March and 1st April, 2012
   A two day comprehensive course for both trainees and specialists in the field of otologic surgery. The course intends to utilize our experience in advanced instrumention and reconstruction material being used by our faculty and debate  the advantages and disadvantages of these procedures.
                            This course will focus on varied otological surgical procedures and fine tuning the results. It will include lectures and interactive live surgical sessions to enhance our knowledge and panel discussion that would attempt to resolve some of the management issues associated with both common and difficult cases.
mob:+919811211667


“Update on Laryngeal cancers- Voice preserving treatment modalities”, 15 April 2012, Ahmedabad




City- Ahmedabad, Gujarat (India)
Venue- Cama Hall, The Gujarat Cancer & Research Institute, Civil Hospital Campus, Ahmedabad
Dates-15th April, 2012

Organizing Secretory - Dr M I Laxmidhar
Contact Number- 9825007303

Faculty- Dr Anil D’cruz (Chief, H & N Service, TMH), Dr Dipak Parikh (Expert, Transoral Laser microsurgery), Dr Devendra Chaukar (H & N Service, TMH ), Dr DevangBhavsar (Asso. Prof. Radiation Oncology, GCRI), Dr. Soniya Parikh (Asst. Prof.Medical Oncology, GCRI)

Fees detail- Rs 750 for Delegates, Rs 250 for PG Students (Need to present proof)

Address for correspondence- Dr. M. I. Laxmidhar, Long Life Hospital, Opp. Paldi S.T. Bus Stand, Near Heritage Hotel, Paldi,Ahmedabad-7.

INTERNATIONAL LIVE SURGICAL WORKSHOP ON SLEEP,SNORING & SLEEP APNEA HOTEL TAJ DECCAN, HYDERABAD 29 APRIL 2012


BROCHURE
Venue: Hotel Taj Deccan, Banjara hills, Hyderabad
Date        29th APRIL 2012
Faculty :    Dr.Magne Tvinnereim   
                      EuroSleep Clinic, Norway
                  Dr.Abdul Rahman Al Ghareeb
                      Sleep Well Clinic, Bahrain
                  Dr.Sanjay Sachdeva, Delhi
                  Dr. K.O. Paulose, Trivandrum
                  Dr. M.P. Manoj , Calicut 
Organized by: SIRIL ENT CARE in association with
                      AOI HYDERABAD BRANCH
Contact           Dr. K.V. Ravi Kishore
                       9849032985, 7893899393
 email               ravientdoc@yahoo.co.in
                        sirilentcare@gmail.com   

9th Middle East Update in Otolaryngology Congress 22-24 April 2012 Dubai UAE


Dear Colleagues
Here is the attached brochure of the 9th Middle East Update in Otolaryngology Congress 22-24 April 2012 Dubai UAE, any queries feel free to contact  Beverly Constantino Delegate Sales Manager on Tel (Dir):+ 971 (0) 4 407 2745|Office:+ 971 (0) 336 5161 Ext: 2745|Fax:+ 971 (0) 4 3364021

For more information please visit our website: http://www.me-oto.com/

Looking forward to see you at the event.

Best Regards,
 Dr Zakirullah
General Secretary
Pakistan Society of ORL & HNS

35th Annual Conference 2012 of the Association of Otolaryngologists of India DELHI BRANCH 28th and 29th April, 2012

BROCHURE

Dear Friends,

Delhi AOI conference is a time of the year when
the ENT fraternity of Delhi & NCR comes
together to exchange their ideas and learn from
others experience. It gives us a great pleasure to
invite you for the 35th Annual Conference of
Delhi AOI. It will be held on 28th & 29th April at
Stein Auditorium in India Habitat Center. The
Organizing committee has worked & planned to
provide a memorable feast of scientific & cultural
activities during the Annual Conference.

The venue of the main conference is the one of
the best in Delhi and is centrally located. The
Governing body has invited eminent speakers
who have come from various parts of the
country. The scientific programme is planned in
such a way that all recent developments in
various sub specialties are covered & we are sure
each session will be informative & stimulating.
This time we have free paper session, so that
members and delegates can present their work in
upcoming conference. The organizing committee
has made every possible effort to make the
conference an academic, scientific & culturally
enjoyable event.

Dr Ishwar Singh)
Hony Secretary, Delhi AOI


VENUE:
Stein Auditorium
India Habitat Center,
New Delhi


GUEST FACULTY
Dr. Magne Thivrein
Dr. Subramania Iyer
Dr. Jayakumar R. Menon

Details of Cheque/DD in favour of “Delhi AOICON 2012”

Before 15 th April 2012 = Rs 1500/-

After 15 th April 2012 and Spot Registration= Rs 2000

Before 15 th April 2012 PG Residents = Rs 1000/-

After 15 th April 2012 and Spot Registration = Rs 1500/-

PG residents to submit certificate from head of the department
as a proof.


Contact

Dr Ishwar Singh
Professor of ENT
Department of ENT, 3rd Floor
MAMC, New Delhi-110002
M=9968604235
E mail= drisingh62@gmail.com

AOI Uttarakhand chapter is organizing a conference at Bhimtal on 7 th and 8th April 2012

Dearfriends &colleagues,
Warm regards,

We feel great pleasure to inform you that AOI Uttarakhand chapter is organizing a conference at (COUNTRY-INN) Bhimtal on 7 th and 8th April 2012. Venue is beautiful, scenic, peaceful and very near to famous hill station NAINITAL.
We are striving hard to make this conference an unique one. We have tried to plan the scientific programmes in such a way so as it covers almost all aspects of Otolaryngology. Apart from orations ,panel discussionsand free papers,wehave included a Surgical video session by Stalwarts,which feels so real as watching a live surgical demonstration ,which becomes equally interactive but at the same time is time saving. Also Considering the enthusiasm of young and budding Otorhinolaryngologists are also planning to have an interesting quiz session too during the conference and we hope to have full participation from all the members.
Invited faculty and stalwarts are :–
Prof.Mohan Jagade,H.O.D. ENT Grants Medical College Mumbai
Prof. SaurabhVarshney, H.O.D. ENT H.I.M.S. Dehradun
Dr Anil Monga&Dr DevinderRaiSenior Consultants - Ganga Ram hosp. Delhi
Dr. Ishwar Singh, Associate Professor, ENT, MAMC Delhi
Dr M. K. Taneja,President elect AOI
Dr Om Veer Singh (Ghaziabad)

We would be very greatful to have your presence in the conference and share presentations, experiences, case reports and papers. Our team is eager to welcome you with warmth in midst of the Himalayan breeze. We sincerely hope that you will thoroughly enjoy this academic feast in the enchanting lap of the Himalayas and rejuvenate your mind body and soul.
Yours Sincerely,
Dr H C K Joshi Dr H L Kushwaha
(Organizing Chairman) (Organizing Secretary)
Mob: 09719000606 Mob: 09639169146

Registration Fee per person is as follows (Includes night stay on 7th)
Registered life Members of Uttarakhand AOI ------------Rs 2000
Members outside Uttarakhand -------------Rs 3000

5th RAMACHANDRA TEMPORAL BONE COURSE – RTBC,23rd JUNE 2012


                                   
The Department of ENT, Head & Neck Surgery
Sri Ramachandra University
Organizes

     5th  RAMACHANDRA TEMPORAL BONE COURSE – RTBC
(Otology Skills Development Workshop)
on
23rd JUNE  2012
at
The Skills Lab, 2nd Floor, OPD Block
Department of ENT, Head & Neck Surgery
Intended audience
This course is intended for Senior Residents and practicing ENT Surgeons to make them aware of cutting-edge dissection techniques in order to master the fascinating anatomy of the temporal bone.
Course Overview
The objectives of the course are to improve the surgical skill of the participants through a series of dissection exercises and to review essential components of micro- ear surgery. Upon completion of the course, participants are expected to improve temporal bone dissection skills and perform micro- ear and mastoid surgery. This will reduce complications in their practice.
Procedures to be demonstrated
Stapedectomy
Cortical Mastoidectomy
Posterior Tympanotomy
Modified Radical Mastoidectomy
Facial Nerve Decompression
Cochleostomy

Limited Seats Available!                                                   No Spot Registrations!
Kindly send your registrations / enquiries to:
Dr S Shyam Kumar   Phone +919445729069
Assistant Professor,
Dept. of ENT, Head & Neck Surgery SRMC & RI,          Email: docshyam_99@yahoo.com
 & dr.shyam99@gmail.com

Bell's palsy

Bell's palsy

Vibhor Jain
How to treat Bell's palsy?Give Steroid or not? If yes then how much and for how long?

Unlike · · Unfollow Post · February 17 at 3:52pm near Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh
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Ravi Meher will always give steroids. Almost 90% will improve without any treatment. And a we can not be told at the start of treatment that he kids in 90% or 10% group.
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Rakesh Srivastava I remember an OCNA published in 1994, stated no role of steroids in bell's palsy. I do not know the present status, but in practice I think most of ENT surgeons prescribe steroids. Dr Ravi Meher is right.
February 21 at 5:52am · Like

Vibhor Jain sir have a young male patient, have tried everything but not showing response, have been treating for past one week..
February 21 at 12:01pm · Like

Chandrashekhar Tengli it takes two to three weeks time and some times even more ...
February 21 at 3:30pm via mobile · Like

Amit Keshri http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21099725 : a wonderful article it will explain,when to give and what to expect
Prednisolone in Bell's palsy related to treatm... [Otol Neurotol. 2011] - PubMed - NCBI
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February 21 at 9:43pm · Like · 4 ·

Surya Prakash the scottish trial says prednisolone 1mg perkg per day, untapered, for total of ten days. this works better than all other protocols of giving steroids if the facial palsy is idiopathic.
February 21 at 10:18pm · Like

Ninad S Narkar Bell's palsy is a diagnosis of exclusion. If it does not respond to two weeks of treatment, then reconsider the diagnosis. We find good results when Acyclovir is given in addition to steroids.
February 22 at 7:27am · Like · 5

Naeem Prasla What's usual dose of acyclovir
February 22 at 2:27pm via mobile · Like

Amit Keshri no role of acyclovir on recovery the article http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18849193
Prednisolone and valaciclovir in Bell's palsy:... [Lancet Neurol. 2008] - PubMed - NCBI
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Ninad S Narkar ‎@ Amit ... No offence intended. But we treat patients not articles. If patients benefit with acyclovir, the matter ends there. If we go by all the above articles we are left with no pharmocological treatment. Only reassurance. Will the patient come back to you if you just reassure and do not give any medicines?
February 23 at 12:13am · Like

Amit Keshri sir the article says prednisolone is the treatment,but the article is a large multicentre trial,and we also not now prescribe acyclovir which i did in residency days and patients improved without it...i think today is era of evidence based medicine....but at same time opinions in medicine differ...everyone is free to choose what drugs he use..........and in bells palsy we treat nerve edema..which responds well to steroids..
February 23 at 12:38am · Like

Kuldeep Thakur prednisolone 1mg/kg/day for 5days then taper for next 10days and acyclovir 200mg tds day for 10 days orally
February 23 at 12:45am · Like

Ninad S Narkar ‎Amit Keshri So how do you treat a patient with Bell's palsy who comes to your clinic.
February 23 at 6:34am · Like

Amit Keshri prednisolone 1 mg/kg/day for 10 days,will assess recovery and then think of tapering, along with the eye care and physiotherapy,sir no offence to acyclovir i read this article and after that i stopped giving it.
February 23 at 8:39pm · Like · 2

Ninad S Narkar What if the patueny comes to you after 48 hours? Going by the article I guess you will not gjve him prednisolone.
February 23 at 10:21pm · Like

Ravi Meher i will give steroids even if the patient has come after 48 hours and will supplement acyclovir only if there is clear signs of viral etiology(vesicles over pinna)
February 24 at 6:24pm · Like · 2

6th Workshop on Phonosurgery being held at Bombay Hospital, Mumbai from 19-20th August 2012

  • Dear Colleagues, I welcome you to the 6th Workshop on Phonosurgery being held at Bombay Hospital, Mumbai from 19-20th August 2012. The focus will be on swallowing disorders,phonosurgery and laser laryngeal surgery.Live surgery,panel,symposia and crossfire is planned. Please contact Dr Nupur Kapoor Nerurkar for details,09821034085,nupurkapoor@yahoo.com and view programme, faculty and registration details on www.mumbaivoicesurgeon.com

DD's of lytic lesions of temporal bone

what will be the DD's of lytic lesions of temporal bone??
 ·  ·  · March 1 at 2:06pm