Mumbai, India (PressExposure) January 19, 2012 -- Mumbai's well known Endoscopist Dr Prakash Trivedi's unique book first of its type on "Safe Female Gynaecological Endoscopic Surgery" was recently released by Hon. Minister of Health & Family Welfare of India Shri Ghulam Nabi Azadji.
The book focuses on all important safety techniques for female problems like removal of fibroids & various other pathologies removal of uterus or other alternative for excessive bleeding, female urinary leak correction. Further, this is the 7th outstanding book released by Dr. Prakash Trivedi, a well known Endoscopist of Mumbai, India
The Hon. Minister of Health & Family Welfare of India Shri Ghulam Nabi Azadji highlighted on "Newer opportunities in Medical Practice & Education" A special focus related to Janani & Shishu Suruksha initiative by Health Ministry sanctioning large amount of grants in various State of India. This would not only help & conduct effective delivery & child care but also take care of their food, medicines including the pickup plus safe delivery of mother & child to their house totally free. Prof Udwadia was highly impressed on the focus of the book i.e. Safety for such advance technic especially for Female. The other dignitaries of the dias threw important light on different aspects of Women's health care & activities which each organizations are doing for the cause. Madam Jasmineben had also interacted with the health minister on prevention of Thalessemia in Female & new born child. Dr. Nargesh Motashaw, Dr. Sadhana Desai, Dr. Usha Saraiya Dr. C. N. Purandare, Dr. Rajkumar Suri, Dr. Sanjay Gupte, Dr. H. D. Pai & Dr. Nilesh Vora were also present.
This book was released in a very large gathering in the presence Prof Tehemton Udwadia Guest of Honor, an eminent Surgical Endoscopist, Dr Kishor Taori President of Maharashtra Medical Council, Dr. P. C. Mahapatra President of All India Gynaec Society, Dr. P. K. Shah All India Gynaec Endoscopy President & Dr. Nozer Sheriar President of Mumbai Obstetrics & Gynaec Society in a large gathering of various Stalwarts of medical fraternity.