International Cardiac Electrophysiology Conference begins in Rawalpindi
The 17th International Cardiac Electrophysiology Conference has started at the Armed Forces Institute of Cardiology and National Institute of Heart Diseases (AFIC & NIHD) in Rawalpindi.
According to Inter-Services Public Relations, President Dr. Arif Alvi was invited as the chief guest in the inaugural ceremony of Electrophysiology conference.
The president praised the standard of patient care at AFIC/NIHD. He also appreciated the hard works of doctors and paramedical staff.
Furthermore, he offered his full support for the development and research for the National Cardiovascular Research Institute.
Apart from that, President Arif Alvi emphasized on the necessity of endeavors for the treatment of diseases and their preventive measures as well.
The three-day-long conference includes scientific and academic programs.
Highly-popular Cardiac Electro Physiologists from Egypt, United States, United Kingdom, Qatar, Lebanon, Turkey, and Azerbaijan are participating in the conference. Experts from Pakistan are also attending the event.
Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan awarded cash incentives to the national heroes who won the Kabaddi World Cup 2020.
The Air Chief met the national Kabaddi team players here at the Air Headquarters and felicitated the team for winning the World Cup, APP reported.
The Air Chief lauded the performance of players who brought laurels to the country by winning the biggest event in the sport which was very popular in the rural areas of Pakistan.
He further said that winning the final against arch-rivals India was an icing on the cake, which has made the whole nation proud.
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