THURSDAY 26 JULY 2018 AMARAVATI | PAGES 16 3 substations inaugurated 6 0 5 0 Students develop joystick to drive vehicle Angioplasty workshop at Andhra Hospital OUR BUREAU Amaravati: An angioplasty workshop for coastal Andhra Pradesh cardiologists was conducted on Wednesday by Prof. (Dr) Eemadh Sheban Itali in Andhra Hospital at the invitation of Dr P V Ramana Murthy, Managing Director. Dr Sheban, who has good experience and skills in conducting angioplasty to clear clots in blood vessels instead of bypass surgery, explained that severe blockages due to calcium can be cleared by Rotablater technology, keeping the stent in the same place, for free flow of blood. Through the Fractional Flow Reserve test, he enlightened the participants whether a patient requires a stent or not. Chief Cardiologist Dr J Srimannarayana who organised the workshop shared with the gathering Dr. Sheban’s technical excellence. Free training in hotel management for jobless OUR BUREAU Vijayawada: The Asian Institute of Hotel Management here has invited applications from unemployed persons in the age group of 18-25 years for a free month-long training in hotel management course. Director Rajesh said in a press release that free food and stay would be provided to the selected candidates, along with dress and books. Interested persons can contact tel 94900-02031 for details.
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