By OUR STAFF REPORTER
Dehradun, 9 Feb: The Indian Society of Assisted Reproduction’ (ISAR) Uttarakhand Chapter organised a conference on ‘The Ovaries: Understanding Ovulation’ for gynecologists of Uttarakhand and nearby region here today.
“The Indian Society of Assisted Reproduction is the apex organisation in the field of Infertility treatment guidelines, with more than 3600 active members all over the country,” said Dr Arti Luthra, Chairperson UK ISAR. “The focus of ISAR is to take India towards better Women Health practices, and better outcomes.”
The conference received a great response in Academic sessions and discussion forums with almost 100 doctors coming together from various parts of Uttarakhand region. The highlight of the Conference was the presentation by speakers on topics such as ‘Protocols in Ovulation induction with Letrozole’, presented by Dr Sujata Kar, National Coordinator ISAR; “Searching for Optimal Vehicle and Dose of Progesterone for Luteal support in ART’ by Dr Neena Malhotra, Prof AIIMS, New Delhi; ‘Focus on Environment Endocrine Disruptors and its impact on Male and Female Infertility’ by Dr Arti Luthra, Consultant LMIC, Dehradun.
The Conference was inaugurated by Anand Bardhan, Principal Secretary, Forests, and Guest of Honour Dr Savita Luthra, Director, Luthra Infertility & Maternity Centre, Dr Sujata Kar, National Coordinator, ISAR, Bhuvaneshwar, and Dr Neena Malhotra, Prof, AIIMS, New Delhi.
The Prestigious Life time Achievement Award was awarded to Dr Jyoti Sharma in recognition of her enduring commitment towards Women’s Healthcare in Uttarakhand region.
‘Excellence in Women’s Healthcare Awards’ were given to senior Gynecologists Dr Jaya Chaturvedi, Dr Anu Dhir, Dr Saronwala, Dr Rekha Shreevastav, Dr Meenu Vaish, Dr Manju Kala for their contribution to Social Work and Healthcare.