Yashoda Hospital Hitec City Organises “Bridge The Gaps-Liver Chapter” Conference with 500+ Gastroenterologists

The national conference and live workshop addresses liver disease challenges and bridges the gaps in medical expertise. 

Yashoda Hospital Hitec City organized the ‘Bridge The Gaps-Liver Chapter’ conference, providing a crucial platform for knowledge exchange and collaboration in addressing pressing health issues. With over 500 physicians and surgeons in attendance, the event proved to be a resounding success.

Liver diseases are on the rise globally, posing significant health challenges affecting millions of individuals. From viral hepatitis to fatty liver and liver cancers, the spectrum of liver ailments demands continuous understanding and refinement of medical knowledge.

Inaugurated by Dr. Pavan Gorukanti, the ‘Bridge the Gaps-Liver Chapter’ conference was the first of its kind in Hyderabad, providing a comprehensive discussion on liver diseases with live demonstrations using the latest technology. 

“The program was a huge success, with more than 500 physicians and surgeons attending the conference. Yashoda Hospital, Hitec City, has set new standards in patient care, research, and education in the fields of gastroenterology and hepatology. The state-of-the-art Department of Medical Gastroenterology and Liver Services integrates the latest medical advancements and multidisciplinary collaboration to meet the complex needs of patients with GI and liver diseases,” said Dr. Pavan Gorukanti, Director, Yashoda Group of Hospitals. 

The conference addressed critical health issues such as fatty liver, viral hepatitis, cirrhosis, and liver failure. Panellists and presenters explored different approaches to hepatitis and discussed state-of-the-art therapeutics to tailor treatment strategies for individual patients, promising improved outcomes.

Special emphasis was placed on strategies for prevention, early detection, and management of complications related to fatty liver disease. The conference also highlighted advanced management strategies for alcoholic hepatitis and the treatment of alcohol dependence.

The event marked the beginning of the GAPS 1.0 series focusing on the liver. Future conferences will address common conditions related to the pancreas and upper and lower gastroenterology.

Key features of the state-of-the-art Medical Gastroenterology Department at Yashoda Hitec City include comprehensive diagnostic and therapeutic services, an expert multidisciplinary team, innovative treatment modalities, cutting-edge research and clinical trials, a patient-centered approach, and education and training initiatives.

Leading Medical Gastroenterologists, including Dr. Naveen Polavarapu, Dr. Santosh Enaganti, K.S. Somasekhar Rao, Dr. Gopi Srikanth, and Dr. Sharathchandra Gorantla, participated in the conference, sharing insights and expertise.