ISLAMABAD: Shifa International Hospital in collaboration with Surgical Instruments Manufacturers Association of Pakistan hosted the second surgical instruments exhibition at Pak-China Friendship Centre.

The two-day long exhibition was aimed at bridging the gap between surgical instrument manufacturers and the healthcare industry. Surgica-2023 showcased mostly locally manufactured products related to general surgery, dental, ENT, neuro, urology, gynaecology, vascular, cardiac, plastic surgery, organ transplantation, laparoscopy, orthopaedics, ophthalmology and so on.

The chief guest at the occasion, Riazuddin Sheikh, group chairman, Sialkot Chamber of Commerce and Industry appreciated the effort to provide an opportunity for healthcare professionals to stay up-to-date on latest advancements in surgical technology and promote the local surgical industry.

A representative of Shifa, Dr Manzoor H. Qazi said: “We understand the importance of staying up-to-date with the latest advancements in surgical technology.

“We plan to arrange such exhibitions on a regular basis.”

The event featured more than 40 exhibitors showcasing their latest products, including surgical instruments, diagnostic equipment, and medical supplies.

Published in Dawn, March 23rd, 2023

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