Dr. Noreen Zabih Noorbaksh, Amna Saleem, Muhammad Irsalan Khalid
Aim: Pakistan is a Pacific nation in the process of being created with a population of 7.3 million people. While the preparation of neurosurgery was known to Pakistan in 2000, a neurosurgical administration was established in 2003. Prior to this date, neurosurgery in Pakistan was performed by large specialists with the assistance of visiting Australian neurosurgeons. Neurosurgical preparation became acquainted with Pakistan in 2000. The model provided three more years of preparation for a specialist who had just completed four years of thorough general preparation. We intend to verify the performance, results and effects achieved through the preparation of the leading public neurosurgeon. Methods: The information on movement (yield) and results were gathered tentatively from 2019–2020. Progressing coaching and proceeding with proficient advancement were given through yearly neurosurgical visits from Pakistan. Our current research was conducted at Jinnah Hospital, Lahore from March 2019 to February 2020. There were not kidding restrictions in the arrangement of hardware, with an absence of modernized tomographic or MR imaging, and adjuvant oncological administrations. Results: There were 1626 neurosurgery confirmations, 1026 neurosurgical systems with a 6.77 % in general mortality. Over two thirds of cases introduced as crises. There were improved results, especially for head wounds, while hydrocephalus was dealt with an adequate dreariness and amendment rate. Conclusion: The preparation of a neurosurgeon allowed Pakistan patients to accept a greater range of conservative administrations with less mortality. Ready-to-deliver results were limited by the late introduction of patients and the lack of imaging and other assets. These topics are recognizable for all low and medium wage countries and could serve as a model for other neurosurgical administrations in low and medium wage countries considering the creation and implementation of neurosurgical and other prudent sub-expert administrations. Keywords: Review The Output, Results, Impact, Training, First National Neurosurgeon.