DR. S.V. SINGH, OMBUDSPERSON - E-mail ID: ombudsperson@santosh.ac.in

Continuing Medical Education (CME) on Shock

  • 2024-01-19

The Continuing Medical Education (CME) conducted on January 19, 2024, focused on the comprehensive understanding of shock, encompassing its pathophysiology, clinical presentation, and management. The key speaker was Dr. D.K. Jha.

Program Highlights:

  1. Introduction to Shock: The introductory session laid the foundation for the subsequent discussions by addressing the various types of shock, emphasizing the critical role of early identification and intervention.
  2. Pathophysiology of Shock: Dr. D.K. Jha delivered an enlightening presentation on the pathophysiological mechanisms underlying shock. The session delved into the hemodynamic changes, cellular responses, and systemic effects associated with different types of shock. The interactive nature of the discussion allowed participants to grasp complex concepts more effectively.
  3. Clinical Presentation: Examples were presented to enhance the practical understanding of identifying signs and symptoms in diverse clinical scenarios.
  4. Management Strategies: The core of the CME focused on the various management strategies for different types of shock. There was comparison between old and latest guidelines for the effective treatment of shock.
  5. Interactive Workshops: The workshops facilitated peer-to-peer learning and promoted a collaborative approach to problem-solving.
  6. Q&A Session: The CME concluded with a dynamic question-and-answer session, allowing participants to seek clarifications on specific topics and engage in discussions with the speakers.


Feedback: Feedback from the participants was overwhelmingly positive, with many expressing appreciation for the depth of knowledge shared by the speaker and the interactive nature of the sessions. Attendees highlighted the practical relevance of the content and its direct applicability to their clinical practice.