KEMU hosts obstetrical emergencies workshop.


LAHORE -- The King Edward Medical University (KEMU) on Tuesday hosted the pre 39th-KEMU annual scientific symposium wWorkshop on 'Emergency Obstetric Drills' at the Lady Willingdon Hospital.

The workshop was organised by the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of the King Edward Medical University (KEMU) under the supervision of Prof Aisha Malik, chairperson of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department, KEMU/LWH.

Prof Khalid Masud Gondal, vice chancellor of the KEMU, graced the occasion as chief guest. Internationally renowned gynaecologist from UK Dr Qadeer Warraich delivered a lecture as facilitator and apprised the postgraduate trainees of Emergency Obstetric Drills. He said the team spirit is a very important component for the success of institutions.

Prof Aisha Malik welcomed the chief guest. She said that this workshop has been designed to teach emergency obstetric drills to all levels of healthcare provides at LWH.

Lady Willingdon Hospital is a 400-bed hospital providing best maternity facilities to a population of 6.5 million in Lahore and its peripheral areas. More than 18,000 deliveries are conducted at LWH every year. It deals...

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