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Liaquat National Hospital And Medical College


Parenting Workshop

 

Date : 1st April, 2017

Time: 11:00am - 03:00pm


Venue : Lecture Hall "A", Convention Centre, LNH

Organized by: Department of Mental Health

For Further information and Registartion, Please Contact:
02134412062, 02134412152



Liaquat National Hospital And Medical College


Paediatric Laparoscopic Workshop

 

Date : 30th - 31st Marach, 2017

Time: 08:00am - 05:00pm


Venue : Research and Skills Development Centre, LNH

Organized by: Department of Paediatric Surgery

For Further information and Registartion, Please Contact:
Dr. Hana Arbab: 0345-8262013
Email: hana.arbab@gmail.com



Liaquat National Hospital And Medical College


Parents Support Group

 

Date : Twice a month on Saturday, 4th and 18th Marach, 2017

Time: 11:00am - 12:00pm


Venue : Occupational Therapy Unit, LNH

Organized by: Occupational Therapy Unit

For Booking and Information, Please Contact:
0213-34412532



Liaquat National Hospital And Medical College


Admission Open
MCPS Family Medicine &
MRCGP International Course

 

For Registration and Details, Please Contact:
Mr. Naveed Liaquat: 0303-4000844
Mr. Noman Ali: 03008992241
Head Office: Ishtiaq Ahmed: 03008031309
mcpsfmh@gmail.com
www.familymedicinecourses.com
wwww.facebook.com/cmefmh



Liaquat National Hospital And Medical College


Advanced Airway Management (AAM):

Date : 15th February 2017 (Wednesday)
Last date of registration : 12th February 2017


Basic Life Support (BLS):

Date : 06th, 13th, 20th, February 2017 (Monday)
Last date of registration : Before 3 days of class conduct


Interpretation of ECG:

Date : 22nd February 2017 (Wednesday)
Last date of registration : 20th February 2017


Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS):

Date : 27th, 28th February 2017 (Monday and Tuesday)
Last date of registration : 24th February 2017


Organized by: Research and Skills Development Centre


For further information and registration fee, Please contact:
0213-4412437
E-mail : arsalan.raza@lnh.edu.pk



Liaquat National Hospital And Medical College

As per the revised criteria for CME/CDE accreditation. A hospital/institution with a PM&DC recognized medical college can conduct CMES for awarding CME points. Liaquat National Hospital and Medical College is conducting CMEs free of charge, by the end of session a certificate of accreditation will be issued

Find CME Department LNH&MC On facebook.

For further queries please contact CME department.

MS Abida Hassan 021-34412607
Mr. Masoob Baig 021-34412903-11




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Liaquat National Hospital

Liaquat National Medical College







Department of Dermatology
INTRODUCTION

Skin is the largest organ of body and accounts of 4% of total body weight. It continually regenerates itself throughout life, through the process become slower as we grow older. Skin generates a general state of a person's health. A sensible well planned lifestyle help to keep skin healthy. The most obvious function of the skin is to provide a protective physical barrier between the body and the environment. The skin is involved in the regulation of the body temperature. The skin also plays an important role in vitamin D synthesis. The skin is the major important in our body image and in fact skin disease cause psychosocial problem. In addition, skin disease not only because stress and depression but physiological stress from another cause exacerbate, or even be involved in causation of, some skin disease. Many environmental and occupational factors also frequently cause skin problem in some individuals which might be followed by the development of eczema that can spread other part of the body. Excessive exposure to sun radiation harms the skin and cause premature aging and can also exacerbate certain skin disease like SLE. Maintaining hygiene is of utmost importance in preventing skin infections. In adolescence the skin produces more grease than all other times mostly on the face and upper trunk. In young people secretion of sebum leads to blockage of sebaceous glands that causes acne which is a very common problem at teen age.

Contrary to the common belief, many skin disorders are not contagious. However, there are certain skin disorders like infections and treatment ensures complete recovery. People ignorant of this fact socially isolate these patients. Some skin diseases have a prolonged course and needs regular treatment and follow-up. There are few skins conditioned that are life threatening; they need emergency care and hospital admission. It is usual practice to try home remedies for skin diseases which at times can lead to worsening of the condition of a dermatologist in case of a skin disorder. A dermatologist will take relevant history and do examination then give advice how to treat as well as how to prevent it. In some instances laboratory tests are instrumentals and sometimes you need a support from microbiology lab for fungal scrapings especially for microscopy .Certain skin diseases require skin biopsy for confirming the diagnosis.

 

SERVICES

Clinics
Dermatology clinics are conducted on a daily basis by a male and female consultant. Patients of all ages are treated. Referrals firm's different specialties are attended in outpatients and in wards.

Procedures
The department provides the facility of electric coutry for those patients who suffer from viral warts and skin tags. Intralesional steroids injections are given to those patients who come with Alopecia Areata

 

FACULTY
Sr.# Name Designation Qualification
01. Dr. Syed Jafar Imam
Consultant (Dermatology) Msc (UK),DDSc (UK)
  Email: dr.jafarimam@lnh.edu.pk

 

02. Dr. Syed Hatim Ali Shah
Consultant (Dermatology) Msc (UK), DDSc (UK)
  Email: hatim.ali@Lnh.edu.pk

 

03. Dr. Shaheen Naveed
Consultant (Dermatology) MBBS, FCPS


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