Transasia conducts a Scientific Seminar for the Pathologists Of Nanded

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 26 December 2018, 06:11 Hrs
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India’s leading In-vitro Diagnostic Company, Transasia Bio-Medicals recently organizes a scientific seminar titled 'Transasia Scientific Seminar (TSS) Ace' on the modern improvements in clinical diagnostics. TSS Ace was conducted in Nanded for the first time. The seminar whose objective was to bring unitedly doctors in Tier II & Tier III cities, thereby fostering the exchange of technical know-how highlighted biochemistry & haematology - the two most significant areas for in-vitro diagnostics.



The assembly on ‘Journey from semi-automated to fully automated biochemistry analyzers’ by Dr. Milind Bhide, Managing Director-Bhide Laboratory, Mumbai; concentrated on the purpose of automation in increasing lab efficiency &  decreasing manual intervention, heading to greater precision. It was supported by a debate on ‘Shaping Hematology with 6 PDA automation’ by Dr. Shanaz Khodaiji, Consultant, Dept. of Hematology & Transfusion Medicine, Hinduja Hospital, Mumbai. She highlighted how the modern technologies help in the specific enumeration of the different parameters, thereby giving in-depth commentary. Both the sessions were supervised by Chairperson, Dr. Rajendra Mundra, a senior pathologist practising in Nanded for past 40 years and also the heads the Pathologist association of Nanded.



Addressing on the event, Y.S. Prabhakar, CEO, Transasia Bio-Medicals, says, “There is an alarming burden on the society from both communicable and non-communicable diseases in India. 70 percent of the treatment decisions are based on lab results. Yet, less than 30 percent of the Indian population has ever got their blood test done. The major chunk of the 70 percent population is in the smaller towns."



The workshop drew an overwhelming response with full-house participation. Over 48 attendees that include pathologists & clinicians from nearby towns such as Latur, Aurangabad, Beed, & usmanabad and doctors profoundly applauded the efforts & obliged more such seminars to be held in the future as well. "At Transasia, we are committed to reaching out to the pathologists and clinicians in every nook and corner of the country, so that they are well equipped to cater to this population.TSS Ace is a unique platform that empowers the pathologists with technological advances and encourages the exchange of scientific updates, backed by expertise and experience,” adds Prabhakar. Over the years, TSS Ace has grown in reputation & has become Transasia’s identity serving over 800 pathologists & clinicians yearly.



Incepted in 1979, Transasia Bio-Medicals is identified as India’s Largest In-vitro Diagnostic Company offering solutions & products in Biochemistry, Hematology, Coagulation, ESR, Immunology, Urinalysis, Critical Care, Diabetes Management, Microbiology and Molecular Diagnostics. In fact, it's the first Indian company to manufacture & export sophisticated, state-of-the-art blood analyzers and reagents. With an effective install base of over 65,000 equipment PAN India, the company provides doctors & patients reliable, affordable & innovative medical diagnostic systems.



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