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MEDICOS AID SOCIETY RMU

Medicos Aid Society is a student-based, non-political, welfare organization of Rawalpindi Medical University, organized in the name of selflessness, devotion and service. It was founded on 28th April, 1983 by Dr. Babar Alam, Dr. Amir Sherwani and his devoted fellows, with the aim of providing blood for thalassemic children. Since then, its members are actively and positively working for the poor and suffering humanity and doing all possible efforts to uplift the moral values of the sufferers by providing blood, medication and financial support. The society is registered with Social Welfare and Bait-ul-mal Department of Government of Punjab. It is working under the patronage of Vice-Chancellor RMU, Professor Dr. Muhammad Umar (Sitara-e- Imtiaz), for the betterment of mankind
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Dr. Jawad Zaheer

STAFF-INCHARGE
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AS-RMU Collaborative Medical Camp at Kalabagh
Blood Camp at International Islamic University, Islamabad (IIUI)
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AS-RMU Collaborative Medical Camp at Kalabagh
MAS-RMU Collaborative Medical Camp at Kalabagh
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Blood Camp at SZABIST, Islamabad
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Medicine Camp at Saroba Village, Rawalpindi
Medicine Camp at Saroba Village, Rawalpindi
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Vaccination Camps in OTB and NTB, RMU
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Guests visiting MAS office at 5th International Scientific Conference
MAS Office Visit of International guests
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MAS Office Visit of International guests
MAS Office Visit of International guests
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Guests visiting MAS office at 5th International Scientific Conference
Guests visiting MAS office at 5th International Scientific Conference
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VC appreciating the efforts of MAS at its Panel Transfer Ceremony, 22
VC appreciating the efforts of MAS at its Panel Transfer Ceremony, 22
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Get Together of MAS
Shields Distribution Ceremony at Annual Get Together of MAS
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Basic Life Saving (BLS) training Session at Rescue 1122
Basic Life Saving (BLS) training Session at Rescue 1122
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RMU Ambulance (Asset of MAS) at medical camp (Saroba Village)
RMU Ambulance (Asset of MAS) at medicine camp (Saroba Village)
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Blood Camp at SZABIST, Islamabad
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Blood Camp at International Islamic University, Islamabad (IIUI)
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Blood Camp at SZABIST, Islamabad
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Blood Camp at SZABIST, Islamabad
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MEDICOS AID SOCIETY

Vision
“Live Once, Live For Others”
Mission
Working for the betterment of health of poor and ailing human beings by providing medical, financial and blood related help along with awareness regarding different health related issues.
Patron in Chief (VC):-
PROF. DR. MUHAMMAD UMAR is the first and the current VICE CHANCELLOR of Rawalpindi Medical University. His accomplishments include MBBS, MCPS, FCPS, FRCP, FACG. For his services, he was awarded Sitara-e-Imtiaz by the Government of Pakistan.

Aims & Objectives

Current Executive Body (EB) MAS 2023-24

Our Experts

Meet the Team

Tayyab Rasool

President

M Ahmad Haroon Janjua

Vice-President 1

Syed Zainab Ali Naqvi

Vice President 2

Medicine Section

Moto: "We fight against diseases"

It’s the most enthusiastically working section of the society and aims at providing free medical care to those who either don’t have access to it or can’t afford it. This section arranges free medical camps in remote areas of Rawalpindi and Islamabad, with scarce medical facilities. At our medical camps, consultants, registrars and medical officers from our teaching hospitals provide free check up facilities, free screening against viral diseases and medicines of reputed pharmaceuticals. Along with that Public Awareness Sessions regarding common health problems are also conducted. It also arranges vaccination camps against Hepatitis B for RMU students and maintains medical boxes and dispensary in both girls as well as boys hostels and in MAS office respectively.

Finance Section

Moto: "Give someone a reason to Smile"

Finance section is the root of MAS, providing nutrition and growth to all the sections of the society. From handling all the expenses of MAS activities (i.e Blood camps, medicine camps, office dispensary maintenance & purchasing medicines) to providing medical aid to the deserving patients, finance section holds the central position in MAS. It is also responsible for maintaining records and Annual Audit of all donations, expenditures and assets.

Blood Section

Moto: "Give someone a chance to Live"

Blood section is the most energetic and bubbling section of MAS. Provision of blood to the people in the hour of need is its foremost aim and objective. Following our aim, we always strive to arrange healthy and fresh blood for thalassemic patients through blood camps in different Universities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi and blood donation drives in JSF and PTC involving RMU students and also provide screening reports against HIV, syphilis, Hep B & Hep C to the donors. Apart from this we also arrange blood for any emergency cases in the hospitals.

General Section

It supervises the working of all sections, maintains MAS office, conducts Executive and General Body meetings and maintains a healthy connection amongst the University administration, Social Welfare and Bait-ul-mal Department and the society.

Publication Section

Publication Section Moto: "People know MAS because of us"

Publication section connects the public with MAS. Promoting the cause of the society, publication section highlights all the activities of MAS on our social media handles i.e Facebook, Instagram & Youtube and uses the influence of social media to raise awareness regarding important medical issues, in the local language, through posters, videos and awareness seminars, that are easily understood by the general public.

Volunteer Work

1. Active member of COVID task force RMU, collected more than 300 PPEs and masks through donations for front line workers

2. Active part of RMU flood relief program

UNDER SUPERVISION & MENTORSHIP OF

PROF DR RIAZ AHMED

Activities

Blood Camps

Vaccination Camps

Annual Report

Publications

Sr.

Name

Project

1

Dr.Kainat Altaf

Low dose Vs high dose Oxytocin for initiating uterine contraction during cesarean section

2

Dr. Arshad Iqbal

Comparison of the Frequency of Post-Dural Puncture Headache with Para- Median Approach versus Median Approach in Patients Undergoing Cesarean Section

3

Dr. Huma Bashir

Analgesic effects of US guided Quadratus Lumborum block during lower abdominal surgeries as compared to IV analgesia

4

Dr. Nazish Kazam

Comparison of postoperative recovery time of propofol & sevoflurane in patient having laparoscopic cholecystectomy

5

Dr. Rabia Sarwar

Effect of intrathecal bupivacaine alone and bupivacaine combined with dexmedetomidine in cesarean section using spinal anesthesia; a comparative study.

6

Dr. Muhammad Yousaf Dar

Comparison of Upper Lip Bite Test and Modified Mallampati Score for better bedside difficult Laryngoscopy predictability in Elective Surgeries.

7

Dr. Raheel Ahmed Baig

Comparison of Hemodynamic effects of Unilateral Vs Bilateral Spinal Anesthesia in lower limb surgeries

8

Dr. Noman Aslam

Comparison of effects of adding dexmdotimidine Vs midazolam to intrathecal bupivacaine on post operative analgesia

INTERNATIONAL AWARDS / PRIZES/FELLOWSHIPS 

Won By DEPARTMENT OF ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY

UNDER SUPERVISION & MENTORSHIP OF

PROF DR RIAZ AHMED

UNDER SUPERVISION & MENTORSHIP OF

PROF DR RIAZ AHMED

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Departmental Research Activities