Enter The World of Modern Medicine With Medex 2017 at Trivandrum Medical College!

Medex 2017, a first-of-its-kind artistic and comprehensive medical exhibition is open at Trivandrum Medical College.

For those who are curious enough to know how human body works or see the internal organs, walk into Medex 2017 for a real experience of travelling through the various facets of modern medicine.

Medex 2017, a first-of-its-kind artistic and comprehensive medical exhibition is open at Trivandrum Medical College. The exhibition that has been arranged on 2 lakh sq ft area is a travelogue from cell to brain. From original and virtual presentations of human body, display of body functions to live surgeries, one can have a real experience by visiting Medex 2017.

Medex shows the development of medicine, its present, and its future, covering areas such as physiology, pharmacology, community medicine, pathology and latest bionic arm and robotic technology.

It showcases the practise and science of modern medicine by showcasing more than 1,000 exhibits depicting normal to pathological variants, original specimen of diseases, animation and videos, medical illustrations and posters, virtual and augmented reality shows. It also has specimens that will reveal the original human body and its internal organs. There is also walk-in which shows human organ systems, replicas of operation theatres, intensive care units, transplantation units and forensic scenes. The Forensic Medicine Department has come up with how it helps solving crimes with the prime focus on the Soumya case.

The visitors can also have experience of the live surgeries that are being performed at the Medical College. The month-long exhibition will come to a close on January 31.

The exhibition is jointly organised by the University of Health Sciences (KUHS) and the Students Union of KUHS and Thiruvananthapuram Medical College. The exhibition will also be part of the 65th Anniversary celebrations of the host Government Medical College.

*Image Source: Medex Facebook Page

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