The Department of Pediatric Surgery of Shiraz University of Medical Sciences has been actived in scientific workshops and has been trying to implement diagnostic measures in children with urologic problems, to apply the latest surgical techniques and to educate other physicians along with treating patients. During recent days, Dr. Alireza Alam has traveled from the United States of America, in conjunction with Shirazi physicians, to seek the use of the latest pediatric urology surgeries at this Iranian medical center. This pediatric urology surgery specialty is being held in collaboration with Dr. Hamid Reza Foroutan, a faculty member and other members of the pediatric surgery team at Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Over a period of several days, they sought to treat, in newer ways, patients with problems such as congenital urinary tract disorder, bladder outflow, anal canal obstruction and similar problems, and provided a background to enhance the scientific status of this The medical pole, the scientific knowledge in the field of pediatric surgery, is further enhanced. Dr. Alam travels periodically to Iran during his five years working with US hospitals and universities, and his latest achievement is the launch of a urology surgery workshop in children, first in Isfahan for three days and Then he is in Shiraz; surgeries that sometimes take hours and, of course, achievements, relieve the fatigue of the medical team. “After the diagnostic process, these patients undergo surgery if needed, in addition to treating their health, providing training for physicians and exchanging practices,” Dr. Elam said.
Referring to the efforts to develop this therapeutic and educational context in the field of research, he adds, “Given the specific medical examples of these patients and the successes we are working to achieve, these new methods can be incorporated into a scientific paper.” , To the medical community.
The workshop has raised the lives of more than 5 children with urological problems during these days, and will continue to be hosted in Shiraz in the coming days in the Namad and Mother and Baby hospitals in Ghadir.