Cardiac specialists receive training

2017-08-02 06:03
PHOTO: SuppliedAt a Netcare St Anne’s session (from left) Shammy Maharaj Registered Scrub Nurse at St Anne’s, Dr Kieran Mwazo cardiologist who travelled from Kenya to watch the procedures, Melissa Naidoo, cardiac technologist, Bongani Dladla Radiographer, Dr Kyi Shein Cardiologist at Netcare St Anne’s, Dr Chris Zambakides, Charlene Stanley, Registered Scrub Staff for the cath lab, Louis Joubert, general hospital manager, Dr Peter Bennett, anesthetics, Dr Yuvashnee Govender, cardiologist from Grey’s Hospital and Preshaan Salikram, Registered Scrub Staff Cath Lab.

PHOTO: SuppliedAt a Netcare St Anne’s session (from left) Shammy Maharaj Registered Scrub Nurse at St Anne’s, Dr Kieran Mwazo cardiologist who travelled from Kenya to watch the procedures, Melissa Naidoo, cardiac technologist, Bongani Dladla Radiographer, Dr Kyi Shein Cardiologist at Netcare St Anne’s, Dr Chris Zambakides, Charlene Stanley, Registered Scrub Staff for the cath lab, Louis Joubert, general hospital manager, Dr Peter Bennett, anesthetics, Dr Yuvashnee Govender, cardiologist from Grey’s Hospital and Preshaan Salikram, Registered Scrub Staff Cath Lab.

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NETCARE St Anne’s was abuzz on Friday and Saturday July 21 and 22 when one of the leading Gauteng cardiologists, Dr Chris Zambakides, did advanced minimally invasive catheter-based percutaneous coronary interventional (PCI) procedures.

The intricate procedures was done at Netcare St Anne’s Catherisation Cath Laboratory.

Joining him was medical professionals in the field of cardiology. These procedures are part of a training for local cardiac specialist from the state and public sector.

These catheter-based procedures are undertaken through a tiny puncture in the skin and eliminates the need for major surgical incisions. - Supplied.

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