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Tuesday, 12 October 2021 | Pioneer

ISCCM pays homage to COVID martyrs

Commemorating their 28th Foundation Day, Indian Society for Critical Care Medicine (ISCCM) organized a two-day research conclave with an endeavor to put Indian physicians in the fore-front of clinical research in the near future. The brain storming session witnessed a gathering of over 150 participants including physicians, specialists, nurses and technicians.

The entire medical fraternity paid homage to the brave soldiers whose lives were unfairly cut short amid the pandemic and also pledged to support their bereaved families through their loss.

The session highlighted the importance of a critical care unit in hospitals which act as lifelines in salvaging patients from moribund conditions and the dire need for skilled and technically updated facility which can never be over emphasized.

The purpose, aim and goal of the ISCCM, all rolled into one, is continued education, research, spread of knowledge and skill development in the field of Critical care medicine. The primary function is to provide a platform to all practitioners of Critical care medicine to brain-storm new concepts and ideas alongside regular discussions of academic interest.

The theme of the ISCCM day celebration this year has been in keeping with the devastation of the COVID 19 pandemic on the medical fraternity.

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