28th Myanmar military medical conference held for second day

The second day of the 28th Myanmar Military Medical Conference was held at the No (2) Military Orthopedic Hospital (500 bedded) in Mingalardon and No (2) Military Hospital (1,000 bedded) in Nay Pyi Taw through video conferencing yesterday.
Chairman of the Tatmadaw Medical Research and Development Committee, Director of Medical Services Brig-Gen Ko Ko Lwin, Senior Military Officials, medical specialists, international medical experts, invitees and interested persons attended the conference. A total of 453 military workers from other Tatmadaw hospitals and medical corps also joined the conference via the internet from 140 places.
At the conference yesterday, “COVID-19 Pandemic-Lessons learnt”, “Clinical Session” as the conference’s major symposium. “CKD: Nutritional Management”, “Gastrointestinal Bleeding Update”, “Role of Progesterone in Women’s Life”, “Beyond Competence: Providing Excellence in Anaesthesia”, “Changing Concept in Management of Fragility Hip Fracture”, “Sepsis in Children: Dealing with Challenges”, “Laparoscopic Urology”, “Building Shared Vision in Myanmar Military Practice”, 3 Special Talks were discussed in 4 Auditoriums.
Also, a total of 46 research papers on Pathology, Child Health Education, Nursing, Physical Medicine, Orthopaedics, Pharmacology, Legal Medicine, Microbiology, Medicine, Dentistry, Anatomy, Biology and Surgery were discussed.
The conference will be continued on 7 April. — MNA

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