Cutting Edge 2015 Congress

The event will deal with the changing scenarios of fertility practice and will be an opportunity to connect with OBGYN experts in India

Online PR News – 17-March-2015 – 16 March 2015 Bangalore – Around 15 per cent of the general Indian population, both male and female suffers from some form of infertility. The number of couples turning to artificial methods to conceive has considerably gone up. The major causes of infertility has been attributed to obesity, stress and the various lifestyle changes.
When it comes to the treatment of sub-fertile couples, it is important to tailor treatment protocols to optimize the probability of pregnancy. At the same time, there is also a need to keep the risk of complications and procedure costs down. Especially for couples that travel from far for the sake of treatments, a cost effective, one stop, one visit plan needs to be offered.
The Cutting Edge 2015 Congress, hosted by ARTIST(Asian Research & Training Institute for Skill Transfer) will include a Specialist Cafe designed for those specializing in fertility/reproductive medicine. The theme of the Cutting Edge 2015 Congress is “Practicing in India - Be practical”. The Congress aims to drive home the fact that every practice done in the west may not be practical in India.
Individualized care that routine OBGYN practitioners can manage will help to avoid bottle necks or hasty and unnecessary interventions at IVF Specialized centers. The Cutting Edge 2015 Congress will to some extent, strike a balance and help to bridge the gaps in knowledge through a practice oriented program. Leading international experts and young researchers will present and discuss the latest developments in infertility practice at the Congress.
The Cutting Edge 2015 Congress is scheduled to happen on 9th & 10th May, 2015 at the Le Meridien Hotel Bengaluru will also have eminent international speakers like Claus Anderson, Denmark, Richard Fleming, UK, Isaac Manyonda, UK & Isaac Blickstein, Israel. The Karnataka Medical council has awarded four credit point hours to those doctors attending the Cutting Edge 2015 Congress.
Keynote lectures, engaging interviews, case discussions and special sessions will cover various topics like Vitrification impact on Oocytes, IVF from Vitrification perspective, Clinical outcome following Cryopreservation of blastocyst by Vitrification and slow freezing and more. The Cutting Edge 2015 Congress is aimed at changing the face of woman’s healthcare in India for the better.

The registration for the Cutting Edge 2015 Congress can be done through their website after payment of the registration fee.
About ARTIST(Asian Research & Training Institute for Skill Transfer)
Asian Research & Training Institute for Skill Transfer (ARTIST), is a premier institute for learning aimed at improving overall healthcare services to women, in addition to addressing the growing fertility-related problems. ARTIST is an initiative of Dr. Hema Divakar, President, Federation of Obstetric & Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI), the apex body of obstetricians and gynaecologists in the country and Dr. Madhuri Patil of Dr. Patils Fertility & Endoscopy Clinic, Bangalore.