Dr. Muhammad Tahir Abbas Ranjha, Dr Muhammad Muaaz Akram, Dr Saad Ullah
Aim: Clinical planning specialists are a difficult task for postgraduate programs throughout Pakistan. The reason for this study was whether a single specialist who had entered the practice sufficiently developed by contrasting the type and volume of the surgeries that have been performed over the last 3 years with that in the principal year of clinical practice. Methods: I have logged both approaches over the last 3 years of the planning of a surgical treatment. The British Columbia Medical Services Plan (MSP) records all methodologies in realistic terms. I ordered the methods I used during my first year of training using MSP settlement studies. Our current research conducted at Mayo Hospital, Lahore from March 2019 to February 2020. I have introduced and listed the quantity of techniques in (general, colorectal, laparoscopic, endoscopic, hepatobiliary, oncologic, pediatric, thoracic, vascular and other). I contrast residency training and network experience at that stage. Results: Over the last three years I have logged a total of 1170 methodologies. 452 of these were carried out during pivots of the network. 382 generals, 19 colorectal, 245 laparoscopes, 103 endoscopes, 85 hepatobiliary, 142 oncologic, 1 pediatric, 78 thoracic, 94 vascular tubes and 18 more may be divided in residency approaches. In the primary training year, I played a total of 1440 methods. 399 generals, 15 colorectal, 101 laparoscopic, 654 endoscopic, 2 hepatobiliary, 78 oncologic, 10 pediatric, 0 thorax, 70 vascular and 115 different were included in the separate. Conclusion: In general, residency gave amazing planning to clinical practice dependent on my experience. Regions of potential improvement included endoscopy, pediatric medical procedure and "other," which involved generally hand a medical procedure. Keywords: surgeon, type and volume of surgical procedures performed in Pakistan.