NEW DELHI: The 71st Annual Conference of the Cardiology Society of India (CSI), held in Delhi after a gap of seven years, took a firm step to realize the dream of ‘Healthy Happy Heart’ not only among doctors but also the society at large.
Nobel Laureate Prof Ferid Murad from USA, Dr. MK Das from India, Dr. D. Roy Choudhury from USA and Dr. HK Chopra from India were among the leading cardiologists have attended the CSI conference.
Prof. Kewal C. Goswami, President CSI, said, “This academic extravaganza was primarily aimed at encouraging and enabling wide ranging discussions and deliberations on cutting edge technologies, techniques and tools besides the all encompassing and engaging didactic lectures, debates, sessions, case and research presentations.
He said, “The whole program has attempted to take our country and CSI a huge step forward with India-specific affordable, modern and advanced CV care.”
Prof. Rakesh Yadav, Organising Secretary CSI, informed DTMT that the conference is aimed at encouraging active participation particularly from young and budding Cardiologists.
He stated, “The Conference put forth a coordinated, combined and collaborative effort from Cardiologists, spread across the Globe, disseminated knowledge as well as know-how of new treatments besides leveraged technology for the benefit of the participants.”
“Thus, the conference was an effective forum for participants to exchange ideas, inventions, innovations, build efficient and effective networks and initiate new collaborations,” he added.
CSI is the country's largest forum for the cardiology fraternity and has over 5000 delegates, national and international faculty.