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C. M. E. Programmes

A C.M.E. Programmes was Organized on 16/09/2014 in the Conference Room of Hospital .Many Faculty members attended the same. Following are the Abstract of C.M.E.  

ABSTRCT

STABILITY OF THE CERVICAL SPINE

GP PAL

Due to the upright posture of human being the vertebral column is the site of many orthopaedic problems i.e., cervical instability, kyphosis, lordosis, scoliosis, low back pain, inter-vertebral disc prolapse and spondylolysis. Many of these problems are still classified as idiopathic. We almost know nothing about the aetiological factors of these diseases. This is because we have yet not understood the biomechanics of spine properly. Our studies are attempts to investigate the biomechanics of spine and to find some explanation for above mentioned orthopaedic problems.

We used dry vertebrae from 44 male vertebral columns to investigate the mechanism and route if load transmission from X2 vertebra to sacrum. The methodology used was basic principles of applied mechanics. Based on result of these studies we evolved a new model of weight bearing column. This model indicated that load in cervical regions transmitted through three columns and in thoracic and lumbar region weight is transmitted through two columns i.e., anterior and posterior. Anterior weight bearing column was formed by bodies and inter-vertebral discs and posterior column was formed by neural arc was components. Investigation revealed that load passes through very complicated route and neural arch was involved in the transmission of load at each vertebral level. It was also found that with passage of line of gravity load shifts form one column to other. The shifting of load takes place through pedicles. Magnitude of load passing through various vertebral levels was calculated on the basis of applied mechanics.

The magnitude of load passing through three columns in cervical region was also calculated by Instron load testing machine. In other investigation the magnitude and route of load passing through vertebral laminae in cervical region was determined. It was found that C2 and C7 laminae were highly loaded while minimal load was passing through C3 to C5 laminae. This indicated that laminectomies at C2 and C7 levels would lead to maximum instability.

CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION (CME)

 

Date

Topic

Speaker

 

10/02/2015

 

BASIC LAPAROSCOPIC WORKSHOP

 

DR. A.U. UPADHYE

DR. A.A. DESHPANDE

DR. MANMOHAN KAMAT

 

 

22/02/2016

 

SEPTIC SHOCK

 

        Dr. PRAFULLA SAMAT

 

17/06/2016

 

1)    BASIC IN VENTILATOR MANAGEMENT

-3 SESSIONS

 

2)    BASICS OF MECHANICAL VENTILATION

3)   UNDERSTANDING GRAPHICS, TRENDS & DISEASE,  SPECIFIC VENTILATION

4)    ALARMS AND TROUBLE SHOOTING

 

 

 

 

 Dr. ARUNIM SAO

 Dr. BHARAT KALYAN