SGPGI focus on Urinary Problems in Children

Lucknow: Professor SP Ambesh, Dean and Acting Director, SGPGI has said that about 40 per cent of the Indian population are children, who are crucial for the future of India. Out of this population, 1 percent or about 4 to 5 million children have urinary problems. Therefore, it is imperative to give priority to the health of these children to ensure the growth and development of the nation.

He was addressing a two-day Paediatric Neuro-Urology workshop organized at SGPGI. Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences hosted a two-day Pediatric Neuro-Urology workshop and conference under the aegis of the Urological Society of India. The conference was organized by the Department of Pediatric Urology presided over by Professor MS Ansari as President and Dr. Priyank Yadav as Organizing Secretary. More than 140 delegates from all over India participated in the conference, which also included 12 international experts from USA, Canada, Taiwan, UK and Brazil.

The conference had a series of lectures on various topics such as Neurogenic Bladder, Bladder and Bowel Dysfunction, Nocturnal Enuresis, Urodynamics and Overactive Bladder. In a short span of three years, the department has performed over 150 pediatric robotic urological surgeries, one of the highest in India.

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