Baramulla, September 2: On Saturday, Dr. Rubi Reshi, the principal of the Government Medical College Baramulla, opened a state-of-the-art polysomnography lab at the hospital that is connected to it.
With the newest technology available, the newly formed polysomnography lab is committed to accurately identifying and treating sleep problems.
The thorough sleep study, according to hospital authorities, tracks a variety of physiological variables as a patient sleeps, allowing medical personnel to more accurately diagnose disorders including sleep apnea, narcolepsy, and insomnia.
For thorough sleep problem diagnosis and treatments, Baramulla locals formerly had to go to Srinagar or private healthcare facilities.
But now that this cutting-edge centre has opened, patients may get these treatments more conveniently and affordably, which relieves them of the burden of high medical expenditures.
The Department of Chest Medicine’s work and tenacity in securing and constructing this crucial facility earned praise from Principal Dr. Ruby Reshi.
On this occasion, the Principal of GMC Baramulla underscored the significance of technological developments in contemporary medicine, emphasising how they lead to better patient outcomes and improved medical education.
All individuals who helped make the Polysomnography Lab a reality were thanked by Dr. Shumail Bashir, head of the department of chest medicine. She reaffirmed the department’s commitment to making the most of this facility for the benefit of patients and the expansion of medical knowledge.