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Department of Anatomy

The Department provides the best possible resources to staff and students to enable research, teaching and learning to occur effectively and ensure that the highest health and safety standards are achieved by:

Facilitating the professional development of members of the Department.
Continuing to develop the Department's existing space.
Ensuring that our Department possess the best quality equipment.
Ensuring that all aspects of the Department's facilities conform to the higest health and safety standards.

 

Body Donation
 
Body Donation is the donation of the whole body for research and education. It is useful for understanding the human body and for advancing science. The Anatomy department Embalmed these bodies, preserve them and use them for teaching Anatomy to the Medical Students. Following use of these cadavers, the remains are respectfully dumped in the Burial Ground as a source of skeletal material. In order to imbibe the students with the moral values, regarding the cadaver, Department has carried cadaveric oath ceremony so that students will hold the cadaver in high esteem as their First Teacher.
 

DEMONSTRATION ROOM

Number Two
Area 60 sqmt each 60 sqmt each
Capacity 75 -100 Students 75 Students
AV Aids required Available

DISSECTION HALL

Area 326 Sq.mt.
Capacity 180 Students
Lockers 165 Lockers
Wash basins 25
Embalming Room 12 Sq. Mt. (Embalming Machine - 2)
Storage Tanks 4 (One Cement - 5.25 Sq. mt.)
  (Two Fiber - 3.6 Sq.mt. each
  (One Steel - 1.7 Sq. mt.)
Cold Storage Two(19.71 Sq.mt. each)
  (Capacity 6 each)
Cadvers 7 dissected
  3 for routine dissected
  7 in tank
Skeleton 5 Artificial
  2 Original
Disarticulated Bones 10 in Dept.
  26 given to Students

HISTOLOGY LABORATORY

Area 230 Sq.mt
Capacity 90 Students
Preparation Room 18.28 Sq.mt.
Cupboard for Microscopes, Water tap Sinks, Electric Point
Microscope 91
Dissection Microscopes 5
Projection Microscope with camera 1

RESEARCH LABORATORY

Area 55 Sq.mt

MUSEUM

Area 200 Sq. mt.
Seating capacity 35 Students
Racks and Shelves Available
Revolving stand for skiagram NA
CT Scan + MRI NA
Trolly Tables NA
X- ray view box 4
Attached Rooms 2
Catalogues 3
Specimens 164
Charts and Models 100
X- rays 52

DEPARTMENTAL LIBRARY - COM - SEMINAR ROOM

Area 30 Sq.mt.
Books Number 151
  (69 Repeated + Actual 82)
  Capacity - 12 Students

ACCOMMODATION FOR STAFF

Professor and HOD 20 sq.m
Associate Professor 1 (20 Sq.m each)
Assistant Professor 3 2 ( 12 Sq.m each)
Tutor 1 (15 Sq.m each)
Departmental office cum clerical room 1 (12 Sq.m each)
Working accommodation for non -teaching staff 1 (15 Sq.m each)


PUBLICATIONS
 

1.   Wanjari Anjali “A case report : double renal arteries” International Journal of Anatomical Variations (IJAV); e-ISSN: 1308-4038;2012; 5 : 22-24.

2.   Anjali Wanjari “Pharmacoeconomic study of Single and Multiple antimicrobial agents Pescribed in Central India” Journal of Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences University, Volume 7, No.4; 2012,234-238.

3.   Anjali Wanjari “A Cadaveric Study of Abnormal Splenic Notches with its Clinical Significance”  Journal of Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences University (JDMIMSU)  Volume 8, No.1 2013 : 39-42

4.   Anjali Wanjari “Study of Palmar Dermatoglyphics in Congenital heart Disease.” Journal of Evidence Based Medicine and Healthcare; p-ISSN: 2349 – 2562; e-ISSN: 2349 – 2570; Volume 1, Issue 8 Oct 15 2014 : 978 – 985.

5.   Anjali N. Wanjari  “Morphological Study of Sacralisation of Fifth Lumbar Vertebra and Its Clinical Relevance.”  Indian Journal of Anatomy;  Volume 6 ; Number 2; April – June 2017; 119 - 124.

6.   Anjali Wanjari “Anatomical variants of Foramen Transversarium in Dried Cervical Vertebrae and Its Applied Importance.” Indian Journal of Anatomy;  Volume 6 ; Number 3; July – September 2017: 344 – 353.

7.   Anjali N.Wanjari “Morphological Variations of the Suprascapular Notch:Clinical Relevance in Suprascapular Neuropathy vis-à-vis ossified Superior Transverse Scapular Ligament” International journal of Anatomy and research 2017, Vol.5(3.1);4168-72.ISSN-2321-4287.

8.   Anjali N.Wanjari “The Comparism and Evaluation of Carrying Angle of Elbow with Anthropometric Measurements in Both Sexes” International journal of Anatomy and research 2017, Vol.5(4.3);4686-90.ISSN-2321-4287.

9.   Dr. Ashish Kamdi “Osteometric Parameters of Femur in Telangana Region” IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences (IOSR-JDMS) e-ISSN: 2279-0853, p-ISSN: 2279-0861.Volume 13, Issue 9 Ver. IV (Sep. 2014), PP 26-28.

10.           Dr. Ashish Kamdi “Morphometric Parameters and Sex Determination of Clavicle In Telangana Region” IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences (IOSR-JDMS) e-ISSN: 2279-0853, p-ISSN: 2279-0861.Volume 13, Issue 10 Ver. I (Oct. 2014), PP 01-05.

11.            Dr.Ashish Kamdi “Estimation of Humerus Length from Its Segments in Telangana State.” IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences (IOSR-JDMS) e-ISSN: 2279-0853, p-ISSN: 2279-0861.Volume 13, Issue 9 Ver. IV (Sep. 2014), PP 18-21.

12.           Dr.Ashish Kamdi “Asymmetry in length, Weight& Circumference of Upper Limb Bones in Telangana State.” IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences (IOSR-JDMS) e-ISSN: 2279-0853, p-ISSN: 2279-0861.Volume 13, Issue 10 Ver. IV (Oct. 2014), PP 24-26.

13.           Dr. Ashish Kamdi “Ossified Anterior Longitudinal Ligament;A Study in Adult Human Dry Vertebra in Central India” International Journal of Anatomy and Research, (2016 ); Vol 4(1):2080-84. ISSN 2321-4287

14.           Ashish kamdi “ Study Of Vertical Diameter Of Head Of Femur In South Indian Cadavers” International Journal of Anatomy and Research, (2016 ); Vol 4(3):2730-33. ISSN 2321-4287

15.           Dr. Prashant Munjamkar, “ Anatomical Study of high bifurcation of common carotid artery in human cadavers ” International  Journal of Biomedical & Advance Research ; ijbar(2017)08(07)

16.           Dr. Prashant Munjamkar “Study of correlation between hand length and foot length in human being ” International  Journal of Biomedical Research ; ijbar(2017)08(06)

17.           Dr. Prashant Munjamkar “ Abnormal formation of median nerve in arm with lateral cord piercing the coracobrachialis ” Research Chronicle in health sciences 2015,1(1),35-38.

18.           Dr. Prashant Munjamkar, “ Estimation of stature from hand length and foot length in Nagpur region of Maharashtra State” International  Journal of Biomedical and Advance Research ; JSSN : 2229-3809; 2455-0558

19.           Munjamkar PN, “Anatomical variation of Ulnar nerve and It’s Clinical Implications”  Indian Journal of Clinical Anatomy and Physiology2020;7(4)1-4.

20.           Prashant Munjamkar “Aberrant Accessory Parotid Gland with Accessory Parotid duct.”  International Journal of Biomedical and Advance Research 2020;11(08):e5519 

21.           Prashant Munjamkar “Anatomical Variations in the Branches of External Carotid Artery in Cadavers.” Indian Journal Applied Research 2020;10(10).

22.           Prashant Munjamkar “Study of Variations in the Origin of Superior Thyroid Artery” .Indian Journal Of Applied Research 2020;10(10).

23.           Prashant Munjamkar “Prospects of second wave of Covid-19?” International journal of Pharmacological Research 2020;10(08):e5502.

24.           Prashant Munjamkar “Morphologic Variation of Liver Associated with Hourglass Stomach: Case Report and Literature Review” 2022:14(3):e23022.

25.           Pooja Singh  “Study of variations in Talar Articular Facets of Human Calcanei and Their Association with Calcaneal suprs in North Indian Population” International journal of Anatomy and research[IJAR] Int. J. Anat Res. 2016  Vol.4(3): 2710-16 ISSN-2321-4287.

26.           “Morphological and Morphometrical Study of Sacral Hiatus in North Indian Population”  Pooja Singh,    journal of Biological and Chemical Research (J.Biol. Chem. Research 2016; Vol.33(2);616-628 ISSN-2319-3077

27.           “An Osteological Study of Diaphyseal Nutrient Foramen in Human Tibia” Pooja Singh,  J.Biol Chem, Research 2016;  Vol.33(2);629-638 ISSN-2319-3077

28.           “Two Trunked Branchial Plexus : Multiple Variations in Formation Course and Distribution” Pooja Singh ,Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research (JCDR)2018; Aug Vol-12(8): AD03-AD04 . ISSN 0973-709X

29.           “Biceps Sartorius muscle and its clinical relevance : A Case Report” Pooja Singh, International journal of Multi Disciplinary Research and Development July 2018;  Vol.5(7);87-88 .ISSN-2349-4182.

30.                    “Anomalous Arrangement of Contents of Lumbosacral Triangle of Marcille : A Clinical Implication” Pooja Singh, Europeon  journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences (EJBPS) 2019, Vol.6(6);458-460.ISSN-2349-8870

31.                    “Variation in Common Carotid Artery Bifurcation Level : A Computed Tomographic Study” Pooja Singh, International journal of Scientific Research 2019;  Vol.8(6);54-56.ISSN-2277-8179

32.                    “Model Preparation : A Novel Implementation for Teaching & Learning Anatomy and Its Perception on Under graduate Medical Students at AIIMS, Raipur ” Pooja Singh , Indian  journal of Clinical Anatomy and Physiology  2019;  Vol.6(4); 457-461 .ISSN-2394-2118

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Department of Physiology

The department recognize and explain the principle of homeostasis and the use of feedback loops to control physiological systems in the human body. Demonstrate laboratory procedures used to examine anatomical structures and evaluate physiological functions of each organ system.

Name of Faculty

S.No

Title of article

Citation

Dr. Bhupendra Gathe

 1

Effect of Swim Training on Pulmonary Functions in Boys of  Prepubertal   and Pubertal Age

Panacea Journal of Medical Sciences, January-April,   2016; 6(1): 6-11.

Dr. Bhupendra Gathe

 2

Effect of noise pollution on hearing in auto- rickshaw drivers: A brainstem auditory - evoked potentials study

Indian journal of otology, 2016; 22 (4): 275-279

Dr. Bhupendra Gathe

 3

 A study of cheiloscopic patterns in Chhattisgarh population

Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology(Accepted      No. 6080/IJFMT/2016)

Dr. Bhupendra Gathe  4 Powerpoint Versus Chalk And Board Teaching In Physiology Of Vision - A Comparative Study NJPPP
Dr. Sachin B Rathod  1 Social Networking sites As Informal learning Tool Indian J. Physiopharmacol 2016 IJPP 2016; 60(4) : 403 - 406
Dr. Sachin B Rathod  2 Risk factor Associated with Chronic Venous Insufficiency in central India. Fiziologia - Physiology 2016 26.4 (92) : 37 - 42
Dr. Sachin B Rathod  3 Textbook of Renal Physiology for first MBBS 2017
Dr. Akshataa Atul Deshkar  1 Students Perception of English and Medical Terminology Training as a Part of Curriculum.  IJOP-Volume -4, Issue-8, August- 2015.ISSN No 2277-8160
Dr. Akshataa Atul Deshkar  2 Yoga - Modulating cold pressure response (CPR) in middle - aged men J. Evid. Based Med. Health. 2016; 3 (51), 2613-      2617.DOI:10.18410/jebmh/2016/573
Dr. Akshataa Atul Deshkar  3 Yoga improves cardiovascular parameters. J. Evid. Based Med. Health. 2016; 3(52), 2671-2675. DOI:  10.18410/jebmh/2016/586
Dr. Akshataa Atul Deshkar  4 Reflection of Early Vestibular Stimulation in Sensorimotor Integration : a Study IJOP, January to June-2015: Volume-3, No.- 1. ISSN - 2320-  6039(Print).
Achievement  5 Yoga & Medicine Invited as guest speaker at ICERB at GGU Bilaspur CG. 29th  Oct, 2018
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Department of Pharmacology

Our mission is to provide outstanding education and training in pharmacology to students that will develop a competent medical graduate equipped with contemporary knowledge in pharmacology and therapeutics who can provide safe, effective and economic therapeutic care to the society and to maintain this competence throughout his/her professional life.

Apart from didactic lectures, teaching also involves practical classes in pharmacology, practical in experimental pharmacology, demonstrations, tutorials and group discussions on clinically oriented problems, drug display and seminars related to pharmacology. We also encourage students to actively take part in research.

Objective

The objectives of the course are to impart the knowledge of clinical pharmacology and practical therapeutics, including fundamental principles, mechanisms of action, rationales for drug selection, optimization of drug therapy, and assessment of therapeutic efficacy and outcome. This includes addressing the following aspects of clinical pharmacology and practical therapeutics:

  • To review the principles of clinical pharmacokinetics.
  • To enhance students’ ability to evaluate critically, and use effectively, current information sources on clinical pharmacology and therapeutics.
  • To know the “essential drugs” and their common side effects and practice rational use of medicines.
  • To encourage students to take part in pre-clinical toxicity studies, clinical and basic research.
  • To present students with practical information on the clinical pharmacology of the major drug classes and the application of such information to the solution of therapeutic problems.
  • To apply the knowledge imparted to individually carry out preventive and curative medicine with respect to the commonly encountered health problems in the community.
  • To know the basics of pharmacovigilance and apply the same in detecting and reporting adverse drug reactions.

 

Laboratries

The department has fully equipped laboratories namely; Experimental Pharmacology Laboratory, Computer Assisted Learning Laboratory, Clinical Pharmacology cum Pharmacy Laboratory and Research Laboratory.

Research laboratory:It is well equipped with specialized instruments like Histamine Chamber, Tail-flick analgesiometer, Electroconvulsiometer, Rota Rod, Cook’s pole climbing apparatus, Colorimeter, Flame photometer, pH meter, Actophotometer, Spectrophotometer, etc.

Clinical pharmacology lab:The clinical pharmacology unit provides practical training in rational therapeutics. It also has facilities to train students in dosage handling and administration. Also provides knowledge regarding conduction of clinical research.

Experimental pharmacology lab:It is provided with instruments to do various animal experiments.

Computer Assisted Learning Laboratory:It serves as an effective replacement for animal experiments for undergraduate students.

 

Library

The department library is a rich source of knowledge comprising of a total books on Pharmacology, Clinical pharmacology, Experimental Pharmacology, Pharmacy, Statistics and allied subjects

Museum

Keeping in mind, the fast evolving science of Pharmacology, the museum is equipped with drug samples, charts, herbal specimens and a section of history of medicine.

  • 210 specimens of drug samples are arranged system wise
  • History of medicine section depicts 41 well organized charts
  • 15 catalogues
  • 65 charts and 15 models are arranged system wise
  • 25 medicinal plants exhibits
     

List of Publications

Dr. Kartik Nayak

1. Gupta MC, Nayak K, Aggarwal K. A comparison of efficacy and safety with add on therapy of pioglitazone in adult patients of psoriasis with and without metabolic syndrome. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol. 2020 Jun;9(6):943-950

2. Gupta MC, Aggarwal K, Nayak K. Evaluation of role of add on anti hyperglycaemic drugs metformin and pioglitazone in patients of psoriasis with metabolic syndrome. Int J Health Sci Res. 2020;10(5):121-30.

Dr.Vaibhav Gupta

1)    Ruchita Dixit, Vaibhav K Gupta, Rajendra Yadav, Rajni Prajapati, Amol Patil, Assessment of factors causing stress among medical students: A cross sectional study International Journal of Health and Clinical Research: Vol. 5 No. 2 (2022): Volume 5 Issue 2 |2022

2)      Dixit, R., & Gupta, V. (2022). Assessment of factors causing stress among medical students: A cross sectional study. International Journal Of Health and Clinical Research, 5(2). https://doi.org/10.18203/2319-2003.
 

Dr.Nitin.D.Pise

SR. NO.

PARTICULARS OF ARTICLE

NAME OF AUTHOR

1.

“Prescribing pattern of Antibiotics in pedodonitics OPD of tertiary care dental hospital in Dhule District”, International Journal of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology; 2016 Aug; 5 (4): 1462-1465; print ISSN 2319-2003; online ISSN 2279-0780.   

Nitin. D.Pise

2.

“Effect of Nimodipine and Flunarizine on neuromuscular function in mice”, International Journal of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology; 2016 Aug; 5 (4): 1524-1527; print ISSN 2319-2003; online ISSN 2279-0780.   

Nitin. D.Pise

3.

“Knowledge of awareness about  ADR reporting and pharmacovigilance among medical undergraduates”, International Journal of Biomedical Research; 2016;7(5): 295-296;  ISSN : 0976-9633 (online) ;2455-0566 (print)   

Nitin. D.Pise

4.

“Drug utilization evaluation of analgesics in tertiary care dental hospital in Dhule District”,  International Journal of Biomedical Research; 2016;7(6): 344-345;  ISSN : 0976-9633 (online) ;2455-0566 (print)   

Nitin. D.Pise

5.

“Analysis of prescribing pattern of antimicrobial agents and its rationality in tertiary care rural setup of Central India”, International Journal of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology; 2017 Sep;6 (9): 2289-2291;print ISSN 2319-2003;online ISSN 2279-0780

Nitin. D.Pise

6

“Impact of counseling on the Attendance and Academic performance of second year medical students in the subject pharmacology”’, International Journal of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology; 2019, vol-8, ISSN-4, Page: 798-801.

Nitin. D.Pise

7

“Analysis of Cost Effectiveness of Antimicrobial Agents Prescribed In Tertiary Care Rural Setup of Central India”, Indian Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology;  2022, vol-9 , ISSN-1 , Page:  43- 46    .

 

Nitin. D.Pise

 

Manuscript accepted for publication
Journal title: Indian Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology  
Manuscript Title:  Analysis of Cost Effectiveness of Antimicrobial Agents Prescribed In Tertiary Care Rural Setup of Central India.

 

Manuscript Type: Research Article
Authors Name:  Dr. Nitin .D. Pise , Dr. Swapnil Kaikade
Submission Date: 15/01/2022
Acceptance Date: 28/02/2022

 

Dr. Mugdha Padhye

1) Jogdand SD, Padhye MR, . Evaluation and comparison of hypolipidemic effect of Curcuma longa Linn. with atorvastatin in albino rats. Natl J Physiol Pharm Pharmacol. (2019), [cited October 02, 2021]; 9(8): 704-708. doi:10.5455/njppp.2019.9.0307105052019

2) Padhye, M.R, Jogdand, S.D. Effect of turmeric on alloxan induced diabetes mellitus in albino rats. IJBCP. 2019;Vol 8(No 2): 264 - 269.

3) Padhye, M.R, Jogdand, S.D. Evaluation and comparison of nephroprotective effect of Hemidesmus indicus Linn and Withania somnifera Linn on gentamicin induced nephrotoxicity in Albino rats. IJBCP. 2018;Vol 7(No 4): 691 - 695.

4) Jogdand, S.D, Padhye, M.R. Effect of pharmacovigilance training programme on quantitative and qualitative adverse drug reaction reporting. IJBCP. 2017;Vol 6(No 6): 1367 - 1371.

 Manuscript Accepted for Publication

1. Plethora of Adverse Drug Effects in Geriatric Population receiving Statin therapy for Dyslipidaemia
Journal Title – Journal of Family Medicine and primary Care
Manuscript Title - Plethora of Adverse Drug Effects in Geriatric Population receiving Statin therapy for Dyslipidaemia
Manuscript Type – Original Research Article
Author Name – Dr. Mugdha Padhye, Dr. Nikhil Yadav
Submission Date – 09th November 2021
Acceptance Date – 15th February 2022

Dr. Nikhil Yadav

1)      Yadav, N. S., & Pathak, S. S. (2019). Management of urinary tract infections in children: antimicrobial sensitivity pattern, efficacy and pharmacoeconomics. IJBCP, 8(6). https://doi.org/10.18203/2319-2003.
2)      Pathak, S. S., & Yadav, N. S. (2019). Comparison of health supplement on strength, stamina and growth of rats. IJBCP, 8(4). https://doi.org/10.18203/2319-2003.
3)      Yadav, N. S., & Pathak, S. S. (2018). Cost effective analysis of tab. nitrofurantoin vs. inj. ceftriaxone as an empirical therapy in patients of urinary tract infection at a tertiary health care centre. IJBCP, 7(12). https://doi.org/10.18203/2319-2003.

Manuscript Accepted for Publication

1. Plethora of Adverse Drug Effects in Geriatric Population receiving Statin therapy for Dyslipidaemia
Journal Title – Journal of Family Medicine and primary Care
Manuscript Title - Plethora of Adverse Drug Effects in Geriatric Population receiving Statin therapy for Dyslipidaemia
Manuscript Type – Original Research Article
Author Name – Dr. Mugdha Padhye, Dr. Nikhil Yadav
Submission Date – 09th November 2021
Acceptance Date – 15th February 2022

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Department of Pathology

Pathology is the study and diagnosis of disease through examination of organs. tissues, bodily fluids, and whole bodies [autopsies].

General Pathology : General pathology is a broad and complex scientific field which seeks to understand the mechanisms of injury to cells and tissues, as well as the body's means of responding to and repairing injury. Areas of study include cellular adaptation to injury, necrosis. inflammation, wound healing and neoplasia. It forms the foundation of pathology, the application of this knowledge to diagnose diseases in humans and animals. The term "general pathology” is also used to describe the practice of both anatomical and clinical pathology

Facilities Available

Department of Pathology is committed to offer every essential diagnostic facility for patient care and management. with emphasis on strict quality assurance for every section of the Department. Presently. the Department provides Hematology. Clinical Pathology. Cytology and Histopathology services.
The Cytopathology section provides facility for Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology [FNAC], cervical smear screening, fluid cytology and cell blocks.
The Hematology and Clinical Pathology services include complete hemogram, hemoparasite detection, ESR, bone marrow aspiration and biopsy, reticulocyte count, basic coagulation workup, urine routine and microscopic examination and fluid cell counts.
The Histopathology section provides routine histopathology services, special stains (histochemistry) and opinion review on outside slides and blocks. In a few days facility for immunohistochemistry will be available in the Histopathology section of the Department.

Name of faculty: Dr. R.K.Chandrakar 
Designation: Professor & Head

1. R.K.Chandrakar, Reena Banerjee. Correlation with Age, sex and Histo-pathologic spectrum of Appendicular lesions. International Journal of current. Research and Review Vol 12. Issue. 15August 2020.
2. Reena Banerjee, R.K.Chandrakar. Histopathological study of Salivary gland tumors. International Journal of current Research and Review. Vol.12 Issue 16 August 2020.

Name of faculty: Dr. Anjana sharma 
Designation: Professor

1. Anjana Sharma, Avishesh Singh, Ajay Sahu: An Analytical study of Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology in Various Thyroid Lesions and their Correlation with Histopathology. International Journal of Health and Clinical Research January 2021. Volume 4. Issue 3.
2. Sharma Anjana, Ravindranath M, Maheep B. Pancytopenia- A clinicopathological analysis of 132 cases. International Journal of Medical Research and Review.2016 ; 4(8): 1376-1386
3. Anjana Sharma ,Somendra kumar Dhariwal, Pritam Khairkar. Cytomorphological spectrum of Papanicolaou Smears-A hospital based retrospective study.International Journal of Current Advanced Research. 2017, Mar; 6(3): 2384-2388.
4. Anjana Sharma, Ravindranath M., Varsha Pandey, Tanvir Khan. Ectomesenchymal chondromyxoid tumor of the tongue – A rare case report . Journal of Oral Medicine, Oral Surgery, Oral Pathology and Oral Radiology . 2016; 2(2): 81- 84.
5. Varsha Pandey, Anjana Sharma, V Sudarshan. Cemento -ossifying fibroma -A rare case report with review of literature . International Journal of Contemporary Medical Research.2016, Sep; 3(9): 2681-2682
6. Varsha Pandey, Naveen kumarVerma,V.Sudarshan,KS Chandrakar, Anjana Sharma . Cyto- histopathological correlation of breast lesions –A rural hospital based study .Indian journal of Pathology and Oncology. 2017,Mar; 4(1): 117-121.
7. Somendra kumar Dhariwal ,Lal Pranay Singh ,Anjana Sharma. Comparison of WBC-Total and Differential Count in different trimesters of Pregnancy. International Journal of Current Advanced Research. 2017, Aug; 6(8): 5225-5228.

Name of faculty: Dr. Naveen Kumar Verma 
Designation: Professor

1. Naveen Kumar Verma, Mayuresh Verma, Rajni Prajapati, Manish Agrawal: Retrospective Study of Hydatid Cyst – Case study of 30 cases. International Journal of Scientific Research March 2021. Volume 10. Issue 03.
2. Naveen Kumar Verma, Rajni Prajapati, Manish Agrawal, Karan Chandrakar: Retrospective Study of Filariasis – Case study of 19 cases. International Journal of Scientific Research October 2020. Volume 9 Issue 10.
3. Varsha Pandey, Naveen kumarVerma,V.Sudarshan,KS Chandrakar, Anjana Sharma . Cyto- histopathological correlation of breast lesions –A rural hospital based study .Indian journal of Pathology and Oncology. 2017,Mar; 4(1): 117-121.
4. Retrospective Study of Non-Responding Patients to ATT Presenting To the RNTCP Center of a Tertiary Care Hospital. Dr Naveen kumar Verma, Dr Raghvendra Singh Gaur, Dr Rajni Prajapati, Dr Swati Chandel4, Dr Karan Singh Chandrakar (Volume 4 Issue 02 Feb 2016) Journal of medical science and clinical research
5. Metaplastic Carcinoma of Breast with Chondrosarcomatous Differentiation-A Rare Case Report Authors: Dr Neha Kurmi, Dr Lalit Mohan Patel, Dr Naveen Kumar Verma, Dr Varsha Pandey, Dr Rajni Verma . (Volume 4 Issue 07 July 2016), Journal of medical science and clinical research .
6. Retrospective study of filarioni case study of 19 cases October 2020.
7. Retrospective study of Hydatid cyst - Case study of 30 cases March 2021

Name of faculty: Dr. Reena Banerjee 
Designation: Associate Professor

1. R.K.Chandrakar, Reena Banerjee. Correlation with Age, sex and Histo-pathologic spectrum of Appendicular lesions. International Journal of current. Research and Review Vol 12. Issue. 15August 2020.
2. Reena Banerjee, R.K.Chandrakar. Histopathological study of Salivary gland tumors. International Journal of current Research and Review. Vol.12 Issue 16 August 2020.

 

PG ACTIVITIES FOR THE MONTH OF MAY – 2022

PG ACTIVITY TIMING:  11 to 12 pm

DATE

 

DAY

TOPIC

PG NAME

MODERATOR

4.05.2022

Wednesday

Group discussion : CSF examination

All PGs

 

 

Dr. Sarika More

11.05.2022

Wednesday

Seminar : Grossing of Hysterectomy specimen

Dr. Priyamvada

 

 

Dr. Pooja Waghmare

18.05.2022

Wednesday

Seminar : stains in Hematology

Dr.Avinash Singh

 

 

Dr. Mili Patel

25.05.2022

Wednesday

Slide Seminar : Hematology

All PGs

 

 

    Dr. Reena Banerjee

 

‘ An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.’

This holds true for Department of pathology, SSIMS.
Department of Pathology believes inculcating education with discipline. It also promotes up to date learning of all the techniques and hands on experience. It has adequate number of faculties comprising of Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professors, Senior Resident, Tutors and hands on experienced Lab technician, Operators and Attendants.
Regarding infrastructure, department has adequate equipments, instruments and clinical material as per MRD.
Classes and seminars of Under graduates are held regularly.
For PG Student, PG activity are held regularly and emergency duties are being properly managed.
Department believes in working towards the same goal as other institutes; to develop interest and clear the conceptual learning of pathology and also its clinical aspects.

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Department of Biochemistry

Biochemistry provides molecular knowledge and chemical insights for the biomedical sciences. A focus of research and training in the Department of Biochemistry is the atomic interaction that give form and specificity to biological function. Within this context. the research programs in the department explore the structure and function of proteins and nucleic acids including the analysis of protein-inhibitor, protein-protein and protein-nucleic acid interactions.. the faculty of our department use, and in some case have developed, modern methodologies including X-ray, mass spectrometry proteomics technology, synchrotron irradiation foot printing, molecular genetics manipulation and computational chemistry. These methods are applied to important problem of human health and development.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Biochemistry provides molecular knowledge and chemical insights for the biomedical sciences. A focus of research and training in the Department of Biochemistry is the atomic interaction that gives form and specificity to biological function. With this context the research programs in the department explore the structure and function of proteins and nucleic acids including the analysis of protein-inhibitor, protein-protein and protein-nucleic acid interactions. The faculty of our department use, and in some case have developed, modern methodologies including X-ray, mass spectrometry proteomics technology, synchrotron irradiation foot printing, molecular genetics manipulation and computational chemistry. These methods are applied to important problem of human health and development.


List of Important Instruments in the Biochemistry Department of College

  • Chromatographic Chamber
  • Electrophoresis apparatus
  • Flame photometer
  • Gas analysis apparatus
  • Magnetic Stirirrer
  • P H Meter (Digital)
  • Spectrophotometer
  • Vortex Mixure
  • Homogeniser
  • Digital Colorimeters
  • Microscopes
  • Semi Automated Analyzer (Erba Chem 5)
  • Urinometers
  • Glucometer with Strips
  • Boiling water bath
  • Constant temperature water bath

List of Instruments in the Clinical Biochemistry Laboratory

  • Auto Analyzer (Meril) (Auto Quant 200 I)
  • Semi Automatic Analyzer (Micro Lab 300)
  • Electrolyte Analyzer (Accurex)
  • Electrolyte Analyzer (Roche)
  • Centrifuge Machine (Remi R – 8c)
  • Centrifuge Machine (Remi) (C854/6)
  • Elisa Reader. (Alere)
  • Incubator. (Unitech – Sales)
  • Water Bath. (Unitech – Sales)
  • Micropipettes
  • Auto Analyzer (Auto Quant 400i)
  • CLIA 1000i Mindray
S. No. Test Name Materials
1 Glucose Fasting  
2 Glucose Post Prandial  
3 Glucose Random  
4 Renal Function Tests - Blood Urea
    - Serum Creatinine
    - Serum Uric Acid
5 Liver Functions Tests - Total Bilirubin
    - Direct Bilirubin
    - SGOT/AST
    - SGPT/ALT
    - Alkaline Phosphatase
    - Total Protein
    - Albumin
    - Globulin
6 Lipid Profile - Total Cholesterol
    - Triglycerides
    - HDL Cholesterol
7 Serum Calcium  
8 Serum Magnesium  
9 Serum Phosphorus  
10 Serum Electrolytes - Sodium
    - Potassium
    - Chloride
11 Thyroid Function Tests - T3, T4, TSH
12 HbA1c.  

ACHIEVEMENTS
Conducted National CME on "Teaching and laboratory methodologies in Medical Biochemistry" in association with AMBI Chhattisgarh State Chapter on 10 th February 2018.

PUBLICATIONS

Dr. Richa K. Lath, Professor & Head

1.      Lath R. Jibhkate A. Effect of alcoholism on liver function test in rural population in India. International Journal of Medical and Biomedical Studies 2020;(4):44-46

2.      Lath R et al. retrospective evaluation of pre-analytical errors in clinical biochemistry laboratory at a tertiary care centre in Rajsamand, Rajasthan. International Journal of Medical and Biomedical Studies. 2020;(4);115-118.

3.      Lath R et al. OSPE in Biochemistry - An Assessment Tool for First M.B.B.S. Students as a Prelude to CBME in India. Walawalkar International medical Journal. 2020; (7):9-16

4.      Jadhav AA, Dudhane MN, Lath RK. Impact of Conducting Part Completion Tests (Written) on Outcome of Terminal Examination in Biochemistry Subject: Walawalkar International medical Journal. 2019;6(1):26 - 34

5.      Yogesh B Gavali, Aniruddha N Jibhkate, Richa K Lath. Study of oxidative stress in smokers by estimating serum superoxide dismutase. National journal of physiology, pharmacy and pharmacology.2019;9:1060-1062.

6.      Aniruddha Narayan Jibhkate, Richa K Lath. Assessing severity of involvement of autonomic functions in iron deficiency anemia patients.    National journal of physiology, pharmacy and pharmacology.2019;9:429-433

Dr. Madhuri Akhilesh Agnihotri, Professor

1.      Madhuri Agnihotri, Rahul Verma et al. Effect On Yoga On Serum Cortisol, Plasma Melatonin, and Cardiovascular Parameters in Hyperactivity to Cold Pressure test in Young and Healthy Medical  Students. World Journal of Pharmacy and  Pharmaceutical  Sciences. Volume 9, Issue 4: ISSN NO:2278-4357, pp ,1071-1084; April 2020.

2.      Simlai S, Agnihotri A. Madhuri. Antioxidant status and oxidative stress in hypothyroidism (2020)….accepted in Journal of Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences University.

Dr. Sankha Simlai Associate Professor

1.      Dr. Sankha Simlai, Dr. Tapan Kumar Mohapatra, Dr. Pradeep Kumar. “Association between lipid peroxidation and vascular dysfunction in overt hypothyroidism”. Volume - 10, Issue 2, February-2021. Print ISSN No. 2277-8160 ·DOI:10.36106/gjra.

2.      Dr. Sankha Simlai1, Dr. Pradeep Kumar2, Dr. Tapan Kumar Mohapatra3, Preeti Sharma4. Hypothroidism Induced Lipid Peroxidation and Coronary Hazard in Lucknow. J Evid Based Med Healthc, spISSN – 2349-2562, eISSN – 2349-2570 / Vol.7 / Issue 49 / Dec. 07, 2020.

3.      Sharad Kumar Singh1, Kumari Manu2, Sankha Simlai3. Clinical Severity of Neonatal Jaundice Especially in ABO and RH Incompatibility in Northern India.DOI:10.21276/almdr.2020.6.5.PE2. annals of Internaltional Medical and Dental Research, Vol (6), Issue (5).

Dr. Pratishtha Agrawal, Senior Resident

1.     Gupta, P., Agrawal, P., Verma N.R. et al. Antinuclear Antibody Profiling in Patients of a Tertiary Care Centre in Central India. Ind J Clin Biochem 2021; 36, 345–352

 
 
INFRASTRUCTURE
  • Lecture theatre with sitting capacity of 180- with interactive audio-visual system.
  • Demonstration rooms- with interactive audio-visual system.
  • Departmental library
  • Biochemistry Lab
  • Research Lab
  • Diagnostic service for patient care and research by faculty and undergraduate students.
  • Clinical services
  • Diagnostic service for patient care and research by faculty and undergraduate students.
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Department of Microbiology

Microbes are essential for maintaining life on Earth. They comprise more than 50% of the life-forms on our planet, yet only around 1% have been identified and studied. Pathogenic microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses and parasites can attack our bodies and we rely on our immune system to protect us. Thus the relationship between microbes and immune cells is critical for our survival.

Microbes are used in producing foods such as cheese, wine, and beer, as well as many pharmaceutical, chemical and agricultural products. They are important for soil fertility and the decomposition of materials, but can also cause major diseases in humans, animals and plants. The harmful effects of some microorganisms link microbiology with immunology. Immunologists investigate how we can protect humans and animals from infectious diseases by using vaccines, and the role of the immune system in non-infectious diseases such as cancer.


Projects completed

Bacteriological profile and antibiotic Susceptibility pattern of wound infection in Patients attending SSIMS Hospital. (2017 Oct.)
Principal investigator: Mr. Md. Mustafa Sofiur Rahman
Co investigator: Mr. Surendra Prasad Chauhan, Dr. Smita Bawankar

Prevalence and antibiogram of hospital acquired MRSA and community acquired MRSA with special reference to inducible clindamjcin Resistance in patients attending a tertiary can hospital: A cross rational study. (2017 Dec.)
Principal investigator: Mr. Surendra Prasad Chauhan
Co investigator: Dr. Khyati Jain, Mr. Md. Mustafa Sofiur Rahman, Dr. Smita Bawankar

A study on knowledge attitude and practice on hand hygiene amongst residents and nursing staff at tertiary can hospital, Durg, Chhattisgarh, India (2017 Feb.)
Principal investigator: Dr. Smita Bawankar
Co investigator: Dr. Prashant Meshram, Dr. Priyadarshani Rangari, Dr. Suhas Kamdi

Prevalence of  Intestinal Parasitic Infection among Anemic Patients in and Around Durg
Principal investigator: Dr. Khyati Jain (2018 March)

Prevalence and antibiogram of  hospital acquired and community acquired pseudomonas aeruginosa: A hospital based cross sectional Study.(2018 July)
Principal investigator: Mr. Md. Mustafa Sofiur Rahman
Co investigator: Dr. Khyati Jain, Mr. Surendra Prasad Chauhan, Dr. Smita Bawankar

Correlation of  Antibiotic Resistance and Boifilm formation Amongst Uropathogenic E. Coli (April 2018)
Principal investigator: Dr. Smita Bawankar 

Urovirulence makers of uropathogenic Escherichia coli and its antimicrobial susceptibility ( April 2018)
Principal investigator: Dr. Smita Bawankar

Ongoing projects

STUDY ON INCIDENCE OF CATHETER ASSOCIATED URINARY TRACT INFECTION (CAUTI) IN A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL CHHATTISGARH: A step towards infection control practice
Principal investigator: Dr. Smita Bawankar
Co investigator:, Dr. Smita Damke, Mr. Surendra Prasad Chauhan, Mr.Mustafa Sofiur Rahman

Comparison of Candida isolates by conventional and automated systems with their Anti bigram from the clinical samples.

Principal investigator: Dr. Smita Bawankar

Co investigator:, Dr. Smita Damke, Mr. Surendra Prasad Chauhan, Mr.Mustafa Sofiur Rahman

Prevalence & Characterization of carbapenemase producing gram- negative bacteria from a tertiary care hospital in Chhattisgarh ,India  

Principal investigator: Dr. P Anusha

Co investigator: Dr. Sagar Chandrakar, Dr. Shruitca T. Tadav , Dr. Smita Bawankar  , Dr Smita Damke 
 

Investigations Carried out in CCL (Microbiology Section)

1.      Bacteriology 

i)        Culture Sensitivity

ii)      Gram Stain

iii)    Bac T Alert (Automated Blood Culture System)

iv)    Vitek-2 (Automated Identification and AST System )

v)      COVID-19

 

2.      Serology & Virology

i)        Widal

ii)      RPR/VDRL

iii)    ASO

iv)    RA Factor

v)      CRP

vi)    MP Antigen

vii)   HBsAg

viii) HCV

ix)     HIV

x)      Dengue

 

3.      Parasitology

i)        Stool R/M

ii)      PBS for MP/Microfilaria

 

4.      Mycology

i)        KOH Preparation

ii)      Culture

 

5.      Immunology

i)        PPD

ii)      elisa

 

6.    Tuberculosis

(1)   TRUNAT

(2)   ZN Staining

(3)   Culture

 

List of Publication

(Dr. Smita Bawankar )

1.       Bawankar S Sharma A, Kamdi S  & A study on knowledge attitude and practice of antibiotic resistance and antibiotic prescribing patterns amongst doctors in tertiary care hospital India. Indian journal of applied research 2019; 9(7): 26-30.

2.       Bawankar S, Rangari P, Kamdi S, Meshram P. A study on knowledge, attitude and practices on hand hygine amongst residents and nursing staff at tertiary care hospital, Durg Chhattisgarh, India. Int.J.Curr. Micrbiol. App. 2018 Sci 7(04); 1591-1598.

3.       Bawankar S, Sharma A Jain K et al. Utility of screening TEST IN EARLY DIAGNOSIS of urinary tract infection in children. Int.J.Curr. Micrbiol. 2019 App. Sci 8(01); 1700-6.

4.       Sharma A, Bawankar S et al  Prevalence and antibiogram of acinetobacter infections: An experience from a teaching institute of rural setting , in central india . Int.J.Curr. Micrbiol. 2019 App. Sci 8(01); 1674-78.

5.       Bawankar S. Urovirulance markers of Uropathogenic E. coli and its antimicrobial susceptibility.Internatinal journal of applied research 2018; 4(4): 245-48.

6.       Bawankar S. Correlation of antibiotic resistance and biofilm formation amongst pathogenic E.coli. Indian journal of applied research 2018; 8(4): 166-7.

7.       Bawankar S, Enam SKK, Panda A. et  al Bacteriological study of uropathogens with correlation of various screening test with culture and their antimicrobial susceptibility. Asian journal of medical sciences. 2016;7(3):108-14.

8.       Bawankar S, Chandrakar SK, Panda A. et  al. Rapid diagnosis of neonatal sepsis in pediatric population in tertiary care hospital, durg. Asian journal of medical sciences. 2016;7(3):94-96.

9.       Bawankar S Sharma A Mobile phones : The pathogens which we are carrying in our pockets ? Indian journal of applied research 2019; 9(12): 1-2.

10.    Chandrakar SK ,Panda A, Bawankar S et  al.  Etiology of bacterial and parasitological pediatric diarrhoea in a tertiary care hospital. Asian journal of medical sciences. 2016;7(3):54-57.

11.    Chandrakar S, Enam SKK, Panda A. et  al. Prevalence and antimicrobial susceptibility of methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus in tertiary care hospital Asian journal of medical sciences. 2016;7(3):72-77.

12.   Rahman MS, Jain K, Chouhan SP et al. Prevalence and antibiogram of hospital acquired and community acquired pseudomonas aeruginosa: A hospital based cross sectional study. International journal of scientific research.2018;7(6):60-61.

13.   Rahman MS, Bawankar S, Chouhan SP et al. Bacteriological profile and antibiotic susceptibility profile of wound infection in a tertiary care hospital,chattisgarh. Indian journal of applied research 2018; 8(4): 29-31.

14.   Chouhan SP , Jain K, Rahman MS et al.  Prevalence and antibiogram of hospital acquired mrsa and community acquired mrsa with special reference to inducible clindamycin resistance in patients attending a tertiary carehospital: a cross sectional study. International journal of scientific research.2018;7(6):55-57.

15.  Pal S, Bawankar S, Rahman MS, Jain K et al. Assessment of knowledge, attitude & practice regarding biomedical waste management before and after training amongst different personnel: a cross sectional study. International Journal of Current Advanced Research.2020; 09(02):21377-21382.

 

(Dr Smita Damke)

1.       Dronamraju S, Nimkar S, Damke S, Agrawal S, Kumar S. Angioinvasion of anterior cerebral artery by rhinocerebral mucormycosis leading to intraparenchymal hemorrhage: A rare case report. Medical Science, 2021, 25(111), 1088-1091

2.       Damke S, Chandi D, Fule R. Study of Bacterial Vaginosis among Women of Reproductive Age Using Contraceptive Methods in a Tertiary Care Hospital. J Krishna Inst Med Sci Univ 2020; 9(2): 22-27

3.       Damke S, Vishani S, Fule R. Prevalence of Inducible Clindamycin Resistance of Staphylococcus aureus in Hospitalized Patients in Tertiary Care Hospital.Int J Cur Res Rev 2017; 9:14-17.

4.       Patil PS, Chandi DH, Damke S, Mahajan S, Ashok R., Basak S. A Retrospective Study of Clinical and Laboratory Profile of Dengue Fever in Tertiary Care Hospital, Wardha, Maharashtra, India. J Pure Appl Microbiol. 2020;14(3):1935-1939.

5.       Singh AK, Yeola M, Singh N, Damke S. A study on diabetic foot ulcers in Central rural India to formulate empiric antimicrobial therapy. J Family Med Prim Care 2020;9:4216-22.

 

(Dr Sagar Chandrakar)

1.       Chandrakar S and Dias M. Soil Sampling of Burkholderia pseudomallei in and around Mangalore, India - an Explorative Study. J Bacteriol Mycol. 2017; 4(2): 1046

2.       Chandrakar S and Dias M. Clinico-epidemiological spectrum of melioidosis: a 2-year prospective study in the western coastal region of India. South Afr J Infect Dis 2016; 31(1):14–19.

3.       Chandrakar, S., Dias, M., Shetty, P. et al. Isolation and Characterization of an Unknown Chrysosporium sp. Producing Subcutaneous Mycosis in an Immunocompromised Patient. Mycopathologia 181, 115–118 (2016). 

4.       Dias M, Dias A, Chandrakar S. A case of mycotic keratitis caused by Colletotrichum, a plant pathogen. Indian J Microbiol Res 2017; 4(3):349-352.
 

(Dr. P. Anusha)

1.       P, Anusha., J, Bankar. N., Jain, K., Brahmane, R., & Chandi, D. H. (2019). SEROPREVALENCE OF HIV AND HBsAg AMONGST BLOOD DONORS IN A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL, CHHATTISGARH. International Journal of Medical and Biomedical Studies, 3(8), 208-211. https://doi.org/10.32553/ijmbs.v3i8.495

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Department of Forensic Medicine ...

The department deals with teaching and training of medico-legal aspects of patient care. The undergraduate students are taught Forensic Medicine with a view to impart knowledge about Medico-legal aspects of ailments & make them responsible medical practitioners. They should also be able to extend aid to criminal investing authorities regarding Medical-legal matters. The students also learn about law in relation to medical practice, medical negligence and learn to understand the relevance of code of medical ethics. The development has well equipped museum displaying various kinds of weapons, poisons, Specimens & photographs.

Exhibits

Number

Weapons

110

Wet mounted specimens

61

X-rays

55

Bone set

20

Charts

180

Poisons

101

Wax models

38

Photographs

140

A separate departmental research laboratory & anthropology section is available with all instruments as per MCI norms. The departmental library contains various reference text books in the subject along with indexed journals of the subjects. The department also carries out training for interns under the compulsory rotator internship training programme. 

Future plans

  • Planning to start postmortem examination soon.

  • Clinical Forensic Medicine work.

List of publications in last three years

Dr. Sumeet Shende, Professor

  • Awareness among medical students, hospital medical & paramedical staff regarding biomedical waste management: a study & review. Authors: Sarika More, Sumeet Shende, Poovitha K, International journal of medical toxicology & legal medicine. Vol 18 No. 1 Jan- June 2015.

  • Chieloscopy as an aid in sex determination: A study from central India. Authors: Ninad Nagrale, Sumeet Shende, Pankaj Murkey, Bipinchandra Tirpude. International journal of medical toxicology & legal medicine. Vol 17 No. 1 & 2 June- Dec 2014.

  • Estimation of human height from anthropometric measurement of head amongst MadhyaPradesh population. Authors: Sumeet Shende, Ashok Kumar Jain, Prasad Jaybhaye, Indubala Mathur. Indian Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology. Vol 15 No. 1 Jan- March 2017.

  • Profile of road traffic accident (RTA) cases in casualty of medical college situated in central India. Authors: Toshal Wankhade, Sumeet Shende, B.H. Tirpude, Ninad Nagrale International Journal of Medical Toxicology & Legal Medicine Vol. 20 Nos. 1-2, Jan- June 2017.

Dr. Ninad Nagrale, Associate Professor

  • Pattern of intracranial trauma in fatal head injury cases at a rural institute. Authors: Aloke Mazumder, Ninad Nagrale. International journal of medical toxicology & legal medicine. Vol 17 No. 1 & 2 Jan- June 2017.

  • Chieloscopy as an aid in sex determination: A study from Central India. Authors: Ninad Nagrale, Sumeet Shende, Pankaj Murkey, Bipinchandra Tirpude. International journal of medical toxicology & legal medicine. Vol 17 No. 1 & 2 June- Dec 2014.

  • Pattern of Poisoning Cases Admitted at a Tertiary Care Centre in Central India: Four Years Study. Author: Dr. Ninad Nagrale, Dr. Toshal Wankhade. International journal of medical toxicology & legal medicine. Vol 19 No. 1 & 2 Jan- June 2016.

  • Prevalence and Pattern of Substance Abuse among Patients Presenting to De-addiction Centres: A Study from Central India. Author: Dr. Ninad Nagrale, Dr. Toshal Wankhade. International journal of medical toxicology & legal medicine. Vol 19 No. 1 & 2 Jan- June 2016.

  • A study of natural deaths due to thoracic pathology involvement- an autopsy based study. Author: Dr. Ninad Nagrale, Dr. Nitin Barmate. Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology. Vol 35 No. 2 July- Dec 2018.

  • Epiphyseal union around wrist joint & its correlation with chronological age: a radiological study in population of Chhattisgarh. Author: Dr. Ninad Nagrale, Dr. Nitin Barmate. Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology. Vol 35 No. 2 July- Dec 2018.

Dr. Toshal Wankhade, Assistant professor

  • Profile of Burn injury cases and medicolegal formalities done at Clinical forensic Medicine Unit (CFMU) of MGIMS, Sewagram. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology Authors:- B.H. Tirpude, I L Khandekar, T. D. Wankhade, P. N. Murkey

  • Profile of Poisoning cases and medicolegal formalities done at Clinical forensic Medicine Unit (CFMU) of MGIMS, Sewagram. Journal of Indian Medico Legal & Ethics Association Authors :- T. D. Wankhade, B.H. Tirpude, P. N. Murkey

  • Profile of road traffic accident (RTA) cases in casualty of medical college situated in central India. International Journal of Medical Toxicology & Legal Medicine Vol. 20 Nos. 1-2, Jan- June 2017 Authors: Toshal Wankhade, Sumeet Shende, B.H. Tirpude, Ninad Nagrale

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Department of Community Medicine

Department of Community Medicine provides conducive learning environment to the students. We give more emphasis on community based student centred learning. Department has team of well experienced teaching staff from various renowned institutions.

The mission of department of Community Medicine is :

To provide community based learning environment to the students.

To develop competent community health professionals.

To provide preventive, promotive and curative health services to the population catered by health centres.

To conduct research on various priority public health problem present in the community.

In addition to the routine academic activities, department is actively involved in various other activities like

Organization of health check up camps in collaboration with clinical department

Conduction of health awareness camps

School health check up

Implementation of national health programme

Organization of family survey and field visits to the institutions of public health importance.

Facilities available:

Research laboratory: Our research lab is well equipped with all necessary public health instruments. Faculties conduct research on current public health issues. Department also motivates UG students to conduct research and publish it.

Departmental library: The department has a fully fledged library with facility for reading. We have wide aspects of titles covering topics like public health, epidemiology, biostatistics, WHO publications and public health journals.

Museum: Departmental museum has wide collection of charts, models and specimens covering nutrition, immunization, occupational health, bio-medical waste, environment communicable diseases and NCDs. etc.

Statistical wing: The department has statistical wing with experienced statistician to carry out data analysis using advanced software like epiinfo, SPSS, SAS etc.

Laboratory: We have well equipped lab to conduct various public health investigations.

Demonstration room: Department has a demonstration room with seating arrangement for 75 students. It is well equipped with modern educational aids like powerpoint projector, computer with internet facility and OHP etc.

Health centres:

  Urban Health Training Centre (UHTC) Rural Health Training Centre (RHTC)
Location Dakshin Gangotri, Supela Balaudi
Population catered 35000 33579
Distance from SSIMS 6 KM 10 KM
Facilities available OPD services ANC/PNC Clinic Under 5 Clinic Speciality clinic Family planning & Counselling Teaching & training facility for UG students & interns Referral services 24 X 7 IPD services OPD services Speciality Clinic ANC/ PNC clinic 24 X 7 normal delivery Family planning & counselling Teaching & training facility for UG students & interns Referral services

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Faculty

Publications

1

Dr. G. P. Soni

1.Najnin Khanam, Abhay Gaidhane, Gopal P. Soni, Sonali Choudhari, Indu Padmey, Quazi S. Zahiruddin. Analytical cross sectional study on association of dietary habits with overweight and obesity among adolescents. Int J Community Med Public Health. 2022 Apr;9(4):1750-1754

2

Dr. Najnin Khanam

1.Najnin Khanam, Abhay Gaidhane, Gopal P. Soni, Sonali Choudhari, Indu Padmey, Quazi S. Zahiruddin. Analytical cross sectional study on association of dietary habits with overweight and obesity among adolescents. Int J Community Med Public Health. 2022 Apr;9(4):1750-1754

2.Prashil Jumade, Abhishek Joshi, Najnin Khanam, Abhay Mudey. Association of Social Determinants on Well‑Being of Rural Construction Workers of Central India: A Cross‑Sectional Study. Journal of Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences University. Volume 16/ Issue 3 / July-September 2021

3.Aaliya Rukhsar Mohammad Ashfaque, Najnin Khanam, Farhan Khan, Rutuj Narendra Waghmare, Shobha Kanhaiyalal Joshi. Assessment of Self-Care Practices among Type 2 Diabetes Patients at a

Tertiary Care Hospital -A Cross-Sectional Study.

J Evolution Med Dent Sci.Vol. 9 / Issue 36 /

Sept. 2020

4. Najnin Khanam, Vasant Wagh, Abhay M. Gaidhane, Syyed Zahiruddin Quazi. Knowledge, Attitude and Practice on uses of Plastic Products, Their Disposal and Environmental Pollution - A Study among School going Adolescents. The journal of Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences University. Volume 14 / Issue 2 / April-June 2019

5. Najnin K, Vasant W, Abhay MG, Syyed ZQ. Assessment of work-related musculoskeletal morbidity, perceived causes and preventive activities practiced to reduce morbidity among brick field workers. Indian Journal of Community Health.

 vol 31 / issue no 02 / April - June 2019

6. Najnin K, Vasant VW. Assessment of Work related Musculoskeletal Symptoms using Modified Nordic Questionnaire among Brick Field Workers. Journal of School of Advanced Studies. Vol. 2(1):01-05  January-June 2019  

3

Dr. Md. Junaid

1. Junaid M, Patil S. Study Profile of Patients Attending Dog Bite Clinic of A Tertiary Care Hospital Of Nagpur. International Journal of Medical Science and Clinical Invention, vol. 5, Issue 08, August, 2018

2. Mohd Junaid, A. R. Deoke. Prevalence of ‘at risk’ under five children in a rural area of central India: a cross sectional study. Int J Community Med Public Health. 2018; 5(4):1671-1675.

3. Junaid M, Patil S. Breastfeeding practices among lactating mothers of a rural area of central India: a cross-sectional study. Int J Community Med Public Health 2018; 5:5242-5.

4. Navanil Roy, Mohd. Junaid. Epidemiology of Thyroid Dysfunction in Patients Evaluated By TFT at a Tertiary Care Lab in Central India. Int J Med Res Prof. 2019 May; 5(3):70- 72. DOI:10.21276/ijmrp.2019.5.3.015

5.Swapnil Shinkar, Mohd Junaid, Sachin Patil, Amol R Patil, Kalyani Sope. Biostatistics, epidemiology and vital statistics and investigation of the difficulty of courses undertaken by medical students: A cross sectional study. Global journal of medicine & public health, 2021; 10(1):1-5.

6.Mohd Junaid, Swapnil Shinkar, Amol Patil. Study of knowledge attitude and practice towards COVID-19 among patients attending a tertiary care hospital in Durg district of Chhattisgarh. Int J Community Med Public Health, 2021 Oct;8(10):4880-4885.

7. Ashish Wasudeo Khobragade, Ninad Nagrale, Mohd. Junaid. Personal Hygiene Practices and Morbidity Pattern among A

Tribal Primary School Children Of Maharashtra. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, January-March 2021;15(1): 1939-43.

4

Dr. Ruchita Dixit

 

 

 

 

 

1. Ruchita Dixit, Aaradhana Bandhani.Women’s knowledge and practice regarding primary health care services in Garhwal region of Uttarakhand. Int J Community Med Public Health. 2019 Jan; 6(1):268-272.

2. Ruchita Dixit, Aaradhana Bandhani. Contraceptive knowledge, practices among women in Garhwal region. Int J Community Med Public Health. 2019 Feb; 6(2):793-796.

3.Shriya Choubey, Khyati Jain, Somendra K. Dhariwal, Ruchita Dixit, Smita Bawankar. Microbiological analysis of in-use toothbrushes and their decontamination using disinfection: a hospital-based pilot study. Int. J. Adv. Res., September 2021;9(09): 614-20.

4.Khyati Jain, Somendra K Dhariwal, Ruchita Dixit. In-use toothbrushes: a potential source for infection, hospital-based pilot study. International Journal of Current Advanced Research, September 2021;10(9):25213-15.

5. Ruchita Dixit, Rajendra G Yadav Assessment of factors causing stress among medical students: A cross sectional study International Journal of Health and Clinical Research, 2022;5(2):400-401

6. Ruchita Dixit, Rajendra G Yadav

 Knowledge, Attitude, and Practices of First Year Medical Students Regarding COVID-19 in Chhattisgarh: A Cross-Sectional Study

 International Journal of Health and Clinical Research, 2022;5(2):376-378

5

Dr. Rajendra Yadav

1. Rajendra G Yadav. Knowledge and Practice amongst Population in Seeking Family Planning Practices. Int J Med Res Prof.2018 July; 4(4); 303-05.

2. Rajendra G Yadav. Prevalence of Road Traffic Accidents: A Cross-Sectional Analysis at a Tertiary Care Centre.  Int J Med Res Prof.2016; 2(2); 399-401.

3. Rajendra G Yadav, Ruchita Dixit Assessment of factors causing stress among medical students: A cross sectional study International Journal of Health and Clinical Research, 2022;5(2):400-401

4. Rajendra G Yadav, Ruchita Dixit Knowledge, Attitude, and Practices of First Year Medical Students Regarding COVID-19 in Chhattisgarh: A Cross-Sectional Study

 International Journal of Health and Clinical Research, 2022;5(2):376-378

5. Rajendra G Yadav,  Ashish Wasudeo Khobragade  Nutritional status of under five children attending Anganwadi in rural area of central India International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health Khobragade AW et al. Int J Community Med Public Health. 2020 Dec;7(12):5165-5168

6

Dr. Indu Padmey

1. Indu Padmey, Arindam De, DiptoKanti, Aditya Prasad Sarkar, Asit Baran Saren, Gautam Narayan Sarkar. Are antimalarial activities performed properly by frontline health workers? A cross-sectional study in Bankura. National Journal of Research in Community Medicine. 2018: 7(3); 207-211.

2. Anjana Tiwari, Indu Padmey. The visual outcomes after cataract surgery in urban slums of Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India: a cross sectional study. International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health. 2019:6(2); 638-643.

 3. Indu Padmey, Arindam De, Eashin Gazi, Aditya Prasad Sarkar, Asit Baran Saren, Banamali Sinha Mahapatra. Assessment of the contributing risk factors in adult diabetic patients attending the diabetic clinic in Bankura Sammilani Medical College, Bankura. International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health. 2020:7(2);588-594.

 4. Arindam De, Indu Padmey, Debakar Halder, Eashin Gazi, Aditya Prasad Sarkar, Subhra Samujjwal Basu. Domestic injuries among geriatric population: a study in a rural community of Bankura district. International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health. 2019: 6(12); 5100-5105.

5. Indu Padmey, Karan Jain, Arindam De, Abhishek Joshi. Assessment of the Financial Status in Adult Diabetic Patients

Attending the Diabetic Clinic in Bankura Sammilani Medical

College, Bankura. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, October-December 2020; 14(4):6893-99.

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Dr. Nitin Kamble

1.      “Primary care of the animal bite wound: practice or theory ” -  Indian Journal of Applied Research (Volume 6, Issue 3, March 2016:429-430)

2.      Supportive supervision of routine immunization in Rajnandgaon District of Chhttisgarh. (JFMPC. April 3,2019,IP:119.95.245.170)

3.      Prevalence of usage of different contraceptive methods among married women of reproductive age in an urban slum area. (IJMSPH.2017 June: vol 6(1):

4.       Trend of malarial deaths admitted in Medical wards of a tertiary care centre at Cuttack, Odisha. (IJCMPH. 2016 June;3(6):1409-1412)

5.       Assessment of nutritional status among school children of Karimnagar, Telangana , India.(IJRMS. 2016 Oct;4(10):4611-4617)

6.       Assessment of Vaccine management in Cold Chain Points of Jashpur and Sarguja districts of Chhattisgarh. (IJCMPH, 2020Jan;7(1):148-152.)

7.       Evaluation of level of satisfaction among indoor patients attending in a tertiary care hospital of Rajnandgaon (C.G.), India.(IJCMPH. 2018 Apr;5(4):1428-1433)

8

Dr. Shruti Agrawal

1.Sonali S. Patil, Sarita K. Sharma, Shruti Shukla, Kavinkumar Saravanan. Career Preferences And Some Related Factors In Medical Interns Of A Tertiary Care Institute. Journal Of Medical Science And Clinical Research. 2018:6(6);774

2. Sarita K.Sharma, Sonali S. Patil, Shruti Shukla. Knowledge, Attitude And Opinions Of School Teachers Regarding Hiv/Aids And School Based HIV/Aids Education. Global Journal For Research Analysis. 2018:7(3);68

3. Sarita K.Sharma, Sonali S. Patil, Shruti Shukla. Perceptions And Attitudes Of Medical Interns Regarding Working In Rural Areas: A Cross Sectional Study. International Journal Of Scientific Research. 2020:9(2);34

4. Shruti Shukla, Prerana Deotale. Knowledge, Attitude And Practices Towards Covid- 19 Pandemic In Community: A Cross Sectional Web-Based Survey In India. International Journal Of Research In Medical Sciences. 2020:8(10):3652-56.

 

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Mr. Amol Patil

1.Swapnil Shinkar, Mohd Junaid, Sachin Patil, Amol R Patil, Kalyani Sope. Biostatistics, epidemiology and vital statistics and investigation of the difficulty of courses undertaken by medical students: A cross sectional study. Global journal of medicine & public health, 2021; 10(1),1-5.

2.Mohd Junaid, Swapnil Shinkar, Amol Patil. Study of knowledge attitude and practice towards COVID-19 among patients attending a tertiary care hospital in Durg district of Chhattisgarh. Int J Community Med Public Health, 2021 Oct;8(10):4880-4885

3. Amol Patil, Ruchita Dixit, Rajendra G Yadav Assessment of factors causing stress among medical students: A cross sectional study International Journal of Health and Clinical Research, 2022;5(2):400-401

 

 

Other activities:

In addition to the routine academic activities, department is actively involved in various other activities like

Organization of health check up camps in collaboration with clinical department

Conduction of health awareness camps

School health check up

Implementation of national health programme

Organization of family survey and field visits to the institutions of public health importance.

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Department of General Medicine

Internal medicine/ general medicine is the medical specialty dealing with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of adult diseases. Physicians specializing in internal medicine are called internists. or physicians. Internists are skilled in the management of patients who have undifferentiated or multisystem disease processes. Internists care for hospitalized and ambulatory patients and may play a major role in teaching and research. Because internal medicine patients are often seriously ill or require complex investigations, internists do much of their work in hospitals. Internists often have subspecialty interests in diseases affecting particular organs or organ system.

The Division of General Internal Medicine at SSIMS, Bhilai. is a group of specialist doctors and allied health staff who are dedicated in providing patient centred, evidence-based medical care in a clinical environment supported by education and research. This division embodies the mission of SSIMS hospitals -To bring healthcare of international standards within the reach of every individual by achieving high standards of clinical care by integrated clinical practice, education and research.


Publications

Dr. S. N. Nandan

1. The study of diabetic complications in patients of newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes mellitus . Volume – 4, Issue – 1, January, 2017; 4(1): 38 – 43.
2. To study the changes in lipid profile induced after ingestion of single high-cholesterol test meal in subjects of chronic liver disease and chronic renal disease. January 2017; 4(1): 50 - 57.
3. Prevalence of Anaemia among Raigarh District Population - A Hospital Based Cross Sectional Study. Volume – 1, Issue -6. December - 2018 Page No. 15 – 21.
4. Prevalence of Hypertension among Central Indian Population – A Cross Sectional Study. Volume – 1, Issue – 6, November – December – 2018, Page No. 06 – 14.
5. A RETROSPECTIVE PREVALENCE STUDY OF DRUG INDUCED NEPHRITIS – A HOSPITAL BASED CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY IN CENTRAL INDIAN POPULATION. 2(6); November – December :2018; Page No. 188 – 198.
6. PREVALENCE AND ASSOCIATE FACTORS OF DENGUE INFECTION AMONG BHILAI POPULATION : A HOSPITAL BASED CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY. 2(6); November – December : 2018; Page No. 258-264.

Dr. Ajit Kovil 

1. Clinical Profile and Outline of Complex Plasmodium Falciparum Malaria: a Retrospective Observational Study in Kerala. June 2012: Issue – 3,Volume – 1, Page No. 252 – 257.
2. Cardiovascular Risk Levels in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes in Rural and Urban Areas of Kerala: A Cross Sectional Study. March 2013. Issue-6, Vol.- 2. Page No. 658-663.
3. Determination of Prevalence, Distribution and Etiology of Diabetic Foot Ulcer and the Treatment Modalities. 2015; Volume – 1, Issue – 1: Page No. 47-50 
4. Prevalence of Nodular Goiter and Hypothyroidism in Chronic Hemodialysis Patients: A Cross Sectional Study in South India. 2016; 2(2); 366-69.
5. Evaluation of Patients with Dengue Infection for Their Clinical and Hematological Profile, Management and Outcomes at Mount Zion Medical College Hospital in Kerala. Volume -1, Issue – 1; January – June – 2018. Page No. 13 – 16.

Dr. Suresh Kumar Sethi

1. EFFECT OF HYPERTENSION AND DIABETES IN THE PROGNOSIS OF CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE. (orignal research article 2020;3(7):1-4.IJHCR
2. Assessment of long – term mortality following ICU admission in COPD patient : a prospective study. 2020; 3(7) index DOAJ :10-7
3. Evaluating depression and anxiety symptoms associated with chronic kidney disease in the central Indian tertiary care hospital – a cross sectional study. 2020;4(2):226-230
4. PREVALENCE OF NEPHROPATHY AND ITS PARAMETERS IN PATIENTS WITH DIEBETES MELLITUS - A PROSPECTIVE STUDY IN A CENTRAL INDIAN POPULATIONS. General of advance medical and dental sciences research -2021, ISSUE 1, VOLUME 9

Dr. Dilip Kumar Ratnani 

1. Outcome off Primary Coronary Angioplasty by Radial Route : Study on 100 Cases. Volume – 3, Issue – 6, 06 June 2018, ISSN No. – 2455 – 8737.
2. PREVALENCE OF MYOCARDIAL INFRACTION IN YOUNG ADULTS AT DURG DISTRICT CHHATTISGARH: CLINICAL PRESENTATION AND RISK FACTORS. 2018, 5(6), Page No.760-763. 

Dr. Ashok Kumar Soni

1. Assessment of long – term mortality following ICU admission in COPD patient : a prospective study. 2020; 3(7):10-7.
2. Outcomes of smoking cessation in post-Ischemic Heart Disease. 2020;3(11):296-301

Dr. Samarth Sharma

1. PREVALENCE AND ASSOCIATE FACTORS OF DENGUE INFECTION AMONG BHILAI POPULATION : A HOSPITAL BASED CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY. Volume 2, Issue 6; November-December: 2018; Page No. 258-264.
2. Association of Birth-Weight, Obesity and Family History in the Development of Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults (LADA) and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. ISSN (0): 2663-8290; ISSN (P): 2663-8282. Volume2 ¦ Issue 2 ¦ July-December 2019.

Dr. Rajesh Kumar

1. PREVALENCE OF NEPHROPATHY AND ITS PARAMETERS IN PATIENTS WITH DIEBETES MELLITUS - A PROSPECTIVE STUDY IN A CENTRAL INDIAN POPULATIONS. General of advance medical and dental sciences research -2021, ISSUE 1, VOLUME 9
2. Outcomes of smoking cessation in post-Ischemic Heart Disease. 2020;3(11):296-301

Dr. Sanjiv Kumar Singh

1. Outcomes of smoking cessation in post-Ischemic Heart Disease. 2020;3(11):296-301

Dr. Rahul Gulati

1. A Comparative study to Evaluate the Effect of Nitroglycerin and Esmolol on Haemodynamic Parameters in Controlled Hypertensive Patients during Emergence from and Extubation. 2017;3(3):90-93
2. Prevalence of HIV in Blood at CCM Medical College. 2017;3(3): 191-93
3. A Prospective Study on Effect of High Dose of Steroid on Platelet Count in Acute Stage of Dengue Fever with Thrombocytopenia. ISSN (O): 2663-8290; ISSN (P): 2663-8282
4. A Prospective Comparative Study on Metabolic Syndrome Among Urban and Rural Women Population- A Cross Sectional Study. ISSN (O): 2663-8290; ISSN (P): 2663-8282

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Department of Pediatrics

Healthy children are the forerunners of tomorrow' 5 prosperous nation. A healthy child is not only a child free from diseases but a child who is growing, developing and enjoying the essence of childhood at fullest for his/her potential.

We Apart from offering treatment for common as well as uncommon and complicated disorders seen in children we give due emphasis on the importance of promotive environment and productive education in upbringing of children we teach and train undergraduate (MBBS) student in pediatrics specialty as a part of their curriculum

Facilities Available

  • Pediatric OPD services
  • Common pediatric ailments treatment (pediatric wards) 
  • Critical care of neonates and pediatrics (NICU, PICU)
  • 24x7 Emergency services
  • Immunization services
  • Specialty clinics
  • Child Welfare, Child Guidance and Rehabilitation Clinics
  • ROP, OAE screening
  • Breastfeeding and child nutrition counseling services
  • Well trained and experienced faculty and resident doctors
  • Bedside Ultrasound -/ XRAY /ECG
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OPD Special Clinics
 

Name of the Clinic

Weekday/s

Timings

Name of Clinic In-charge

 
Resp. Rehabilitation

 

Saturday

 

10 am to 1pm

 

Dr. Raghvendra Verma

 
Asthma

 

Monday/ Friday

 

10am to 1 pm

 

Dr. Madhuri Gadela

 
Bronchoscopy

 

Tuesday/ Thursday

 

10am to 1pm

 

Dr. L.K. Mohanty

 
Any other – ILD / Post Covid

 

Wednesday

 

10am to1 pm

 

Dr. Raghvendra Verma


Department Services
1.   Bronchoscopy  - As a special clinic & on OPD basis 
2.  Physiotherapy Section. – For Respiratory rehabilitation  
3.  PFT test and DLCO. - On OPD basis 
4.  Blood Gas analysis  - As Indoor & Outdoor services
5.  RICU services – For all pulmonary & Covid critical care patients
6.  Aerosol Therapy - On OPD basis 
7.  Treatment for MDR Tuberculosis On OPD basis  
8.   FNAC from Pleura and Lung
9.    CBNAAT

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Department of Dermatology
Dermatology derived from the Greek word ‘DERMATOS’ , is the speciality dealing with the study of skin & its appendages. conditions affecting the skin contribute significantly to the global disease burden.

We treat :
  • Clinical dermatology
  • STD & Leprosy .
  • Aesthetic Dermatology & Chemical peels.
  • Laser for  - hair reduction - pigmentary disorder
  • Skin biopsy & Histopathological examination .
  • Phototherapy for Psoriasis , vitiligo & atopic dermatitis
  • Electrocautery & intralesional  injection
  • Microneedling radiofrequency for scar
  • Patch test for allergic contact dermatitis 
Facilities Available  
  • CLINICAL
    • ELECTROCAUTERY
    • INTRALESIONAL INJECTIONS
    • SKIN BIOPSY & HISTOPATHOLOGY
    • PUVA THERAPY
    • EXCIMER LASER FOR VITILIGO, PSORIASIS
  • AESTHETIC PROCEDURES 
    • CHEMICAL PEEL
    • LASER REDUCTION
    • ACNE SCAR TT BY MNRF
    • LASER TT FOR TATTOO NEVUS
 
Special Clinic
 

Name of the Clinic

Weekday/s

Timings

Number of cases (Avg)

Name of Clinic In-charge

Vitiligo Clinic

Monday

10am. To 01pm

3-6

Dr. Bhuvaneshwari  Dewangan

Psoriasis Clinic

Tuesday

10am. To 01pm

3-6

Dr. Naveen keswani

Autoimmune disease clinic

Wednesday

10am. To 01pm

2-4

Dr. Sandeep Kulkarni 

Vesiculobullous diseases

Tuesday 

10am. To 01pm

1-2

Dr. Naveen Keswani

Hansen’s clinic

Thursday

10am. To 01pm

1-2

Dr. Bhuvaneshwari     Dewangan

STD Clinic

Friday

10am. To 01pm

1-2

Dr. Naveen Keswani

Pigmentary Clinic

Monday

10am. To 01pm

2-4

  Dr. Sandeep Kulkarni 

Any other

 

10am. To 01pm

 

 

 
 
Instruments

1 . Q – SWITCH ND – YAG LASER
Laser Tonning.
Lentigo, freckles.
Seborrheic Keratosis.
Tattoo Removal.
Nevus of OTA

2. DIODE LASER HAIR REDUCTION
1. Large.
2. Small.

3. MICRONEEDLING   R.F
1. Mild Acne Scar, Stretch, marks, Skin resurfacing. 
2. Moderate Scar NARF + MNRF+ Sub scission.

4. PUVA – THERAPY
1. Whole Body.

5. EXCIMER LASER
1. Excimer.
2. PATCH TEST. 
3. CHEMICAL PEEL.
4. ELECTROCAUTERY. 
5. INTRALESIONAL STEROID INJ. 
6. LASER CAUTERY. 
7. BIOPSY & HP EXA.

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Department of Psychiatry

The Department of Psychiatry SSIMS Bhilai provides treatment for a variety of mental and emotional disorders. It offers both out-patient and in-patient facilities for all age groups. The department is involved in teaching and research. The department is recognised for Doctor of Medicine (MD) by the National Medical Council. The department consists of a dedicated team of Psychiatrists, Clinical Psychologists, Psychiatric Social Workers, & Psychiatric Nurses. Currently, the department has two separate wards for 15 female and 15 male patients including beds dedicated for emergency service in the acute care room.

Facilities available:

1. Speciality clinics

  • Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Clinic
  • De-addiction Clinic
  • Marital & Psychosexual Clinic
  • Geriatric Psychiatry Clinic

2. Emergency Psychiatry Services
​​​​​​​3. Consultation liaison servises
4. EEG
5. ECTS
6. Biofeedback
7. Pentothal abreaction
8. Counselling & Psychotherapy
9. Psychological Tests

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Department of General Surgery

The Department of General Surgery is one of the most vibrant departments in Shri Shankaracharya Institute of Medical Science, fully equipped and well-staffed. It includes male and female wards, OPD, the state of art operation theatres, rooms for all faculties, SR’s and JR’s, skills lab, PG seminar rooms, UG demonstration room, Library, Research lab and Museum with adequate specimens. & department office. With faculty strength of, the department caters to all surgical emergencies 24x7. It caters to specialty, subspecialty & super specialty services like General Surgery, Gastro-intestinal surgery, Neurosurgery, Uro-Surgery, Plastic surgery, Paediatric Surgery,Laparoscopy, Endoscopy, and Breast screening-surveillance. The department of surgery was established since the day of college institution and the department has grown in leaps and bounds. The Department was initially imparting teaching to undergraduates only. Recently, it expanded its teaching program for postgraduates to obtain MS degree. The well-trained nursing staff and the ward boys, present round the clock, ensure smooth running of operation theatres, IPD & OPD. The OPD runs from 9:00am to 4:00pm on Monday to Saturday. Department has five fully functional units for General Surgery with bed strength of 30 each and offers education to medical, physiotherapy and nursing undergraduates. Department also has a well planned post graduate program with an annual intake of 5 post graduate candidates for MS (General Surgery).

Publications from the department during the past 3 years:

(Only original articles published in indexed journals are to be accepted. Case reports, abstracts and review articles are not to be included).

1.      Dr. Md. Jawed Akther et-al: Role of C Reactive Protein in Acute Appendicitis A Cross-Sectional Study. International Journal of Current Research and Review. Oct 2020, Vol 12(20):66-69.

2.      Dr. Md. Jawed Akhtar et-al: Experience of Tear-drop shaped excision with modified Limberg transposition flap among sacroccygeal pilonidal sinus diseases, Journal of Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences University. (Accepted on 21 Nov 2020)

3.      Dr. Md. Jawed Akhtar et-al: Study of Burst Abdomen: Causes and Prevention. Paripex - Indian Journal of Research. Nov 2017; Volume-6(11) :P 116-117.

4.      Dr. Md. Jawed Akhtar et-al: Sutureless Circumcision: A Quick and Economical Method for Mass Circumcision. Global Journal for Research Analysis. Nov 2017; Vol-6(11):P(302-303).

5.      Dr. Adarsh Trivedi et-al: Instrumentation in Potts Spine: A Two-Year Retrospective Study in CCM Medical College and Hospital Durg.. – International Journal of Innovative Research in Medical Science. Aug 2018: Vol03(08).

6.      Dr. Adarsh Trivedi et-al: Clinical Characteristics of Traumatic Basal Skull Fracture in Road Traffic Accidents.European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research. 2018,Vol5(8), 566-569.

7.      Dr.  Dwivedi Sankalp et-al: Primary Closure Versus T-Tube Drainage After Laparoscopic Choledocholithotomy: A Prospective Study. World Journal of Advance Healthcare Research,2019;Vol3(4):62-65.

8.      Dr.  Dwivedi Sankalp et-al: A comparative study in between tropical honey and povidone dressing in diabetic wounds in a medical college of Northern India. Int Surg J. 2018;Vol5(10):3391-3393.

9.      Dr.  Dwivedi Sankalp et-al: Handmade endoloop knotting technique without knot pusher for appendicular stump closure in laparoscopic appendectomy: an experience. International Surgery Journal,2018;Vol5(12):3804-3806.

10.  Dr. Parmeshwar Tushar M et-al: Intraabdominal Hypertension and Abdominal Compartment Syndrome In Emergency Laparotomy Patients in Tertiary Care Rural Hospital”. International Journal of Medical and Biomedical Studies,2019;Vol3(9):245-250.

11.  Dr. Parmeshwar Tushar M et-al: Local Complications of Peripheral Intravenous Chemotherapy –Analysis In Carcinoma Breast Patients” International Journal of Medical and Biomedical Studies,2019;Vol3(10):74-79.

12.  Dr. Enam SK Khairul et-al: Quality of Life & Their Effect on Emloyment of Rural Diabetic Foot Ulcer Patients in Central India. Int J Cur Res Rev. 2020;12(17):144-151.

13.  Bhagat Vaishali et-al: Spectra of Bacterial Growth in Ulcer. Surgical Update International Journal of Surgery &Orthopaedics. 2019;5(3):

14.  Dr. Enam SK Khairul et-al: Quality of Life & Their Effect on Emloyment of Rural Diabetic Foot Ulcer Patients in Central India. Int J Cur Res Rev. 2020;12(17):144-151.

15.  Dr. S.V. Satyanarayana Rao et-al: Current Trends and Guidelines in Surgical Management of Undescended Testis, New Indian Journal of Surgery,2018;9(2):184-190.

16.  Dr. S.V. Satyanarayana Rao et-al: Clinical Study and Changing Trends in the Management of Incisional Hernia. New Indian Journal of Surgery,2018;9(5):625-29.

17.  Dr. S.V. Satyanarayana Rao et-al: Clinical Profile of Chronic Venous Insufficiency and Varicose Veins of Lower Limbs and Management in North Costal Andhra Region. New Indian Journal of Surgery,2019;10(2):226-234.

18.  Dr. Khare Manish K. et-al: Pleural effusion with rapid refill: A diagnostic dilemma-series of five cases. International Journal of Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging. 2020; 3(3): 38-43.

19.  Dr. Imran Ali Khan et-al: pre and postoperative assessment of patients undergoing mitral valve replacement and its co-relation with prosthesis patient mismatch; Paripex-Indian Journal of Research 2019;8:1P65-66.

20.  Dr. Imran Ali Khan et-al: Study Of Incisional Hernia: Paripex-Indian Journal of Research; 8:1P63-64.

21.  Dr. Imran Ali Khan et-al: Platelet rich fibrin matrix the cost effective way to treat tropic ulcer in diabetes: A pilot study: Medical Science;2020;24:104, July-Aug.,p2752-2759

 

22.  Dr Sankalp Dwivedi  et al Accuracy of ultrasonography in detection of kidney stones Journal of Advanced Medical and Dental Sciences Research |Vol. 5|Issue 8| August 2017.

 

23.  Dr Sankalp Dwivedi  et al et al Effectiveness of MRI scans in patients with rheumatoid arthritis Journal of Advanced Medical and Dental Sciences Research |Vol. 5|Issue 9| September 2017

Specialty clinics run by the department of Surgery with number of patients in each:

Name of the Clinic

Weekday/s

Timings

Number of cases Avg)

Name of Clinic

 In-charge

1)      CTVS

Tuesday & Friday

11A.M. –2P.M.

10

Dr. Imran Ali khan

2)      Urology

Wednesday & Saturday

11A.M. – 2P.M.

20

Dr. Rajesh Gattani

3)      Plastic Surgery

Monday & Thursday

11A.M. – 2P.M.

20

Dr. Yatindra Devangan

4)      GI Surgical

Monday & Thursday

11A.M. – 2P.M.

15

 Dr. Manish. K. Khare

5)      Neurosurgery

Tuesday & Friday

11A.M. – 2P.M.

12

Dr. Adarsh Trivedi

6)      Paediatric Surgery

Wednesday & Friday

11A.M. – 2P.M.

11

Dr. Vaishali Bhagat

7)      Surgical Oncology

Monday & Thursday

11A.M. – 2P.M.

10

Dr. Md. Jawed Akther

8)      Any other clinic (Minimal Invasive Surgery)

Every Day

11A.M. – 2P.M.

5

Dr. Tarun Kumar Naik

 Services provided by the department of Surgery:

Service / facility

Yes / No – Remarks if any

a)      Upper GI Endoscopy

Yes (OPD & IPD basis placed in OPD area)

b)      Colonoscopy

Yes (OPD & IPD basis placed in OPD area)

c)      Any other

Diagnostic basic and advance minimal access surgery

Flexibly Video Bronchoscope

VATS (Video assisted thoraces surgery)

Plastic & reconstructive surgery

Trauma and Neuro trauma care

Head & spine surgery

Pediatrics elective & emergency surgery

Basic maxillofacial surgery

National programme contributions – Ayushman Bharat Yojna, Covid -19, patients surgical care

NTEP (Tuberculosis related surgical care)

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INTRODUCTION

The department of otorhinolaryngology & Head & Neck Surgery is involved in the diagnosis and providing treatment for condition affecting the ear, nose, throat, head and neck and related regions shared with other .The department is also fully dedicated for surgical treatment and repair due to primary tumors of head and neck.

The department treats patients of all age group. The department is performing numerous surgeries with special focus on ear microsurgery, endoscopic and open surgeries of nose and sinuses, surgeries for voice disorder, oncosurgery and maxillo-facial injuries.

The department is well equipped to handle emergency conditions like foreign bodies in aero-digestive tracks for both pediatric and adult patients.

The department also treat patients with hearing loss (deafness) and speech disorder it has fully functional Audiology unit attached with the otorhinolaryngology department. It also treats patients with vertigo and tinnitus.

The department provides enriched clinical training and research for undergraduates and post graduate medical students with regular academic activities like case presentations, seminars, journal club presentations. The department has a well-equipped temporal Bone dissection Laboratory, Museums and department library apart from the central library of the institute.

 

SPECIALITY CLINIC

Apart from the general otorhinolaryngology OPD, the department has speciality clinics

1

Oncology clinic

For head & neck  cancer patients treatment, follow up and rehabilitation & research

2

Vertigo clinic

For diagnosis and treatment of patients with vertigo

3

Allergy clinic

For diagnosis and treatment of patients with allergic rhinitis and associated conditions.

4

Audiology and speech therapy

For diagnosis and rehabilitation of deaf patients and patients with voice disorders

 

PG ACTIVITIES

Ward rounds- daily

Case presentations – weekly

Seminar presentation- weekly

Journal club presentation

Temporal Bone dissections

Cadaveric dissection

 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

1

Clinical Connotation of HPV and effect of various treatment modalities in disease free survival of Oropharyngeal cancers. International Journal of Current research and review. (September 2020)

 

Dr. Meenakshi Kekre

(Professor & HOD)

 

2

Ultrasonography guided Fine needle aspiration cytology as a valuable tool for management of solitary thyroid nodule.  International Journal of Current research and review.(October 2020)

Dr. Meenakshi Kekre

(Professor & HOD)

 

3

Foreign bodies in Ear Nose throat and maxillofacial region. A Study on their clinical profile and complications. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head and neck surgery. (October 2020)

 

 

Dr. Meenakshi Kekre

 (Professor & HOD)

 

4

The Rate of Submandibular Gland Involvement and Its Preservation in Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma (12 January 2022)

 

Dr. Jyoti Ranjan Das

 (Assistant Professor)

 

5

A Case Report: Primary Synovial Sarcoma of Thyroid Gland. (2020)

 

Dr Ranjeet Kumar Lal

 (senior Resident)

 

6

Foreign bodies in Ear Nose throat and maxillofacial region. A Study on their clinical profile and complications. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head and neck surgery. (October 2020).

 

 

Dr. Rashi Agarwal

 (Senior Resident)

 

7

The Otoscopic, Radiological and Audiological Study of Contralateral Ear in Unilateral Chronic Otitis Media. 12 Aug. 2021.

 

Dr. Abhiraj Tiwari (Senior Resident)

 

8

Rare Cause of CSOM: Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis. 03 Feb. 2021

Dr. Abhiraj Tiwari (Senior Resident)

 

 

 

ON GOING RESEARCH TOPICS

1.       The role of calcium D in treatment of allergic Rhinitis

2.       The role of topical hemocoagulase in control of bleeding

3.       The correlation between the symptomology score and Computered tomography of paranasal sinuses in chronic rhinosinusitis patients.

 

CME/ WORKSHOPS

The department has conducted state level CME on “cervical lymphadenopathy in ENT practices,” which was graced by eminent faculties and ENT consultants and students.

 

FUTURE

The institute is planning to start a cochlear implant program to help the local deaf patients with congenital and acquired profound hearing loss, which cannot be rehabilitated with tradition Hearing aids.

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Department of Ophtalmology

The Department of Ophthalmology provides services for effective diagnosis, treatment and research in eye diseases and disorders. It aims to provide good quality patient care to all sections of the society along with teaching and hands-on training of undergraduate (MBBS)  and postgraduate students. The Department pursues inter-disciplinary research in collaboration with other departments. The Department currently provides Outpatient services, O.T., eye donation  services and emergency services (any  type of ocular injury e.g. trauma RTA, cracker, wooden, knife, ball, chemical (chuna) etc.

Computerized eye testing
Glass prescription
Slit lamp Biomicroscopy
Ocular Foreign body removal
Chalazion incision & drainage
Fundus/ Retina examination (direct & Indirect ophthalmoscope 20D,90D,78D)
A - Scan (lens power calculation)
Yag Capsulotomy
Laser  Peripheral Laser Iridectomy


Special Clinics

Retina                                                                                        
ROP Screening
Retina Laser (Green Laser)
Injection Intravitreal (Inj. anti VEGF)
B- Scan (Sonography)
OCT(Ocular coherence Tomography)
Fundus Photo
FFA (Fundus Fluroscein Angiography)
Glaucoma
Medical management of glaucoma
Applanation Tonometer
Gonioscopy 
Perimetry / Humphrey visual field (HVF)
OCT (RNFL)
Pheripheral Laser Iridectomy

Speciality Clinic

NAME OF CLINIC

DAY

TIME

Refraction Clinic

Daily

9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Retina Clinic

Monday/Friday

2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Glaucoma Clinic

Tuesday

2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

R.O.P. Clinic

Wednesday

10:00 am to 1:00 pm

Cornea Clinic

Wednesday/Saturday

2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Squint Clinic

Thursday

 

 

2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

 

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Department of Obstetrics & Gynae...

The Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology caters to women of all age group. It deals with diseases of female reproductive organs. family planning and care of women during pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum. The department is committed to deliver quality and evidence-based clinical services to all patients coming under its domain after establishment of fully functional department.

Facilities Available

  • To start with, the department shall offer OPD consultation services
  • With the development of further infrastructure of the institute, the department will gradually expand with provision of facilities of labor room. in-door admissions, minor and minor surgical procedures. provision of family planning services etc. Shortly the department would start undergraduate teaching and clinical postings for the first batch of MBBS students. The department at this institute aspires to provide services of utmost quality to the whole region.
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Department of Orthopaedics

Department of Orthopaedics is providing its world class services in various subspecialties under the able and dynamic leadership of HOD Dr Sudhir K. A. M. Shandilya. Dr Sudhir Shandilya is a multi-talented person. In his team, there are two Professors, three Associate Professors, six Assistant professors, Three SRs, and Six Jrs.

In April 2021, NMC was given LOP for four PG in orthopaedics. Department has all the required infrastructure for indoor treatment of orthopaedics cases.  We have 90 bedded wards, 60 for males, 30 for female patients. For postgraduate teaching we have Seminar Hall, Departmental Library, Museum, Skill lab, Research Lab. Regular UG and PG teaching is conducted as per the prescribed schedule.

Two dedicated orthopaedics operation theatres are modern, modular type with laminar flow. It has two C-arms, world class fracture table, anaesthesia station, four sets of general orthopaedics fracture fixation instrument sets, spine surgery set, Arthroplasty instruments sets for THR and TKR, Knee and shoulder arthroscopy and all necessary equipment. We have a 25 bedded recovery room, 10 bedded SICU dedicated to Orthopaedics.

There's a full-fledged physiotherapy centre for our patients attached to our department. Department caters almost 125+ patients in OPD daily, 10+ emergency cases in casualty, operates 7-10 major cases, 10-15 minor/daycare cases on daily basis. We also run special clinics daily from 2.30-4pm.

Facilities Available:

  • OPD Services: Department of Orthopaedics is providing daily Out Patient services since 27.05.2013. The number of patient attending Out Patient Department (OPD) is increasing every day. Consultation by specialists in all fields of Orthopaedics is available on all working days. The various facilities provided in the out- patient clinics include corrective plaster application for club foot and closed trauma, intra-articular injections and other minor procedures. The out-patient also extends treatment and genetic counselling for hereditary/familial disorders and birth defects related to musculoskeletal system. The department also provides services related to hand and foot disorders.
  • The department provides expert care in the following specialties, apart from general orthopedic conditions.
  • In-Patient Services: The department is providing in- patient care to patients requiring admission either for surgical intervention or conservative management. The department has the facility of operating twice a week. The myriad of surgeries done are Hip 8 Knee Replacement, Reconstructive surgery for Bone tumors, corrective surgeries for spastic children and other Paediatric limb deformities, Arthroscopic Joint surgeries, Lumbar Discectomy, Decompression and instrumentation for Spinal Tuberculosis, Spondylolisthesis and other Degenerative Spinal Disorders apart from complex peri-articular Limb trauma, mal-unions and non-unions
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Department of Anesthesiology

The Department of Anaesthesia Provides service for exhaustive pre-operative checkup and diagnosis comprehensive intra operative care and regular postoperative intensive care for patient undergoing surgeries . It aims to provide practical and quality education to UG and PG students alike and hands on training in all procedures.

The Department pursues interdisciplinary research in collaboration with other surgical and non surgical departments.

PAC OPD

          *        Screening and Diagnosis 

          *        Patient optimization

          *        Pre op counseling

In OT

          *        General and Regional anesthesia techniques

          *        USG Guided Peripheral Nerve Blocks

          *        Fiber optic intubation

          *        Multimodal Pain Management

In ICU

          *        Difficult intubation

          *        Difficult central venous access

          *        Extubation of critical post op patients.

          *        Pain management using epidural

Achievements

          *        CME on “Challenges in fluid therapy- a novel perspective” - 20 & 21 st  March-2021

          *        Workshop on Peripheral Nerve Block –  06.02.2021

*        Workshop on – “COLS – Compression only Life Support” – 18.10.2019

Publications

SN

NAME OF THE AUTHOR

 

TOPICS

 

PUBLISH DATE

 

JOURNAL

 

1

DR.ROSELINE ZOHRA ALI,DR.PRESHIT CHATE

 

PRIOR ANALGESIC DOSAGE DURING GYNECOLOGIC LAPAROSCOPY: A RANDOMIZED TRIAL

 

08.02.2020

 

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLINICAL OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY

 

2

DR.ROSELINE ZOHRA ALI, DR.PARVEZ AKHTAR, DR.PRIYADERSHINI RANGARI

 

EVALUTION INTUBATING CONDITIONS AND CARDIOVASCUKLAR FEECTS OF ROCURONIUM, SUXAMETHANIUM AND VECURONIUM

 

Dec-19

 

ACADEMIA ANESTHESIOLOGICA INTERNATIONAL

 

3

DR.ROSELINE ZOHRA ALI, DR. SANJEEV KUMAR AGRAWAL, DR.PRIYADERSHINI RANGARI

 

A COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF INDUCTION CHARACTERISTICS OF PROPOFOL WITH FENTANYL AND KETAMINE AS TOTAL INTRAVENOUS ANAESTHESIA

 

Dec-19

 

ACADEMIA ANESTHESIOLOGICA INTERNATIONAL

 

4

DR.RASHMI DUBEY, DR.ROSELINE ZOHRA ALI, DR.RASHIM VACHHANI, DR.NISHANT BAGHEL

 

A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON POST- OPERATIVE ANALGESIC EFFECT BY BY INTRATHECAL MIDAZOLAM AND NEOSTIGMINE WITH CONTROL GROUP

 

Mar-17

 

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN MEDICAL SCIENCES

 

5

DR.RASHMI DUBEY, DR.ROSELINE ZOHRA ALI,DR. NISHANT BAGHEL,DR. KHALID BEG

 

A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON POST-OPERATIVE PAIN RELIEF BY INTRATHECAL BUPRENORPHINE HYDROCHLORIDE CONTROL GROUP

 

17.10.2016

 

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCEC IN MEDICINE

 

6

DR.PAWAN DESHMUKH, DR.DNYANADA DESHMUKH , DR.MANISHA BHATT DWIVEDI,SANJEEV KUMAR AGRAWAL

 

ROPIVACAINE Vs LEVOBUPIVACAINE SCALP BLOCK - INTRAOPEATIVE HEMODYNAMIC STABILITY AND REQUIREMENT OF ADDITIONAL ANALGESIA IN SUPRATENTORIAL CRANIOTOMY, A COMPARATIVE STUDY.

 

21.09.2020

 

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CURRENT RESEARCH AND REVIEW

 

7

DR.SANJEEV KUMAR AGRAWAL, DR.KAUSHAL KUMAR SAHU

 

COMPARISON OF INTUBATING CONDITIONS, FOLLOWING PROPOFOL WITH MUSCLE RELAXSANT AND PROFOFOL WITHOUT MUSCLE RELAXANT

 

24.10.2019

 

International Journal of Medical and Biomedical Studies

 

8

DR.KAUSHAL KUMAR SAHU, DR.SANJEEV KUMAR AGRAWAL, DR.SHAKUNTALA BASANTWANI

 

A STUDY OF PERIOPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS AND ITS CORRELATION WITH AMOUNT OF IRRIGATION FLUID USED IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING SHOULDER ARTHROSCOPY

 

23.10.2019

 

International Journal of Medical and Biomedical Studies

 

9

DR.ROSELINE ZOHRA ALI, DR. SANJEEV KUMAR AGRAWAL, DR.PRIYADERSHINI RANGARI

 

A COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF INDUCTION CHARACTERISTICS OF PROPOFOL WITH FENTANYL AND KETAMINE AS TOTAL INTRAVENOUS ANAESTHESIA

 

Dec-19

 

ACADEMIA ANESTHESIOLOGICA INTERNATIONAL

 

10

DR.PAWAN DESHMUKH, DR.DNYANADA DESHMUKH , DR.MANISHA BHATT DWIVEDI

 

COMPARISION OF INTUBATION CHARACTERISTICS OF McCoy LARYNGOSCOPE AND LMA CTRACH WITH CERVICAL COLLAR IN SITU-A SIMULATION STUDY

 

11.05.2020

 

JOURNAL OF EVOLUTION OF MEDICAL AND DENTAL SCIENCES

 

 

Future Plans

          *        To start an advanced pain clinic

          *        To undertake more research work in the field of Anaesthesiology

 

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Department of Radiology

Radiology is a medical speciality   that uses imaging to diagnose and treat diseases seen within the body. A variety of imaging techniques such as X-Ray, Ultrasound, computed tomography [CT]. Nuclear medicine, mammography including positron emission tomography (PET). And magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) are used to diagnose and treat diseases. Interventional radiology is the medical procedures with minimal invasive technique under guidance of imaging technologies.

FACILITIES AVAILABLE

Radiology department of Shri Shankaracharya institute of medical sciences is equipped with following:

64-slice CT scan, MRI, Doppler ultrasound, mammography, X-Ray and fluoroscopy. The department is carrying out all radiological investigations and fulfilling the needs of all clinical speciality and super speciality. The department is providing every day 24 hours emergency radiology services.

The department is conducting paramedical courses, post graduate MD (Radio diagnosis) course and training undergraduate MBBS students. All USG guided and CT guided interventional procedures are done in the department.
 

LIST OF EQIPMENTS IN DEPARTMENT OF RADIOLOGY IN SSIMS

SL NO

ITEMS

REQUIREMENT AVAILABLE REMARK

A. GENERAL

1

1 CONVENTIONAL X-RAY UNIT FOR ROUTINE X RAY 300mA, 600mA, 800mA(WITH IITV)

1. 300mA -2- Available

2. 600mA-3- Available

3.800mA-2- Available

2

CR SYSTEM

1- Available

3

DR SYSTEM

1- Available

B. MOBILE X-RAY UNITS

4.

A. 60mA

1- Available

B. 70mA

1- Available

C. 100mA

3- Available

5.

Fluoroscopic unit

2- Available

6.

Mammography

1- Available

C. ULTRASONOGRAPGY

7.

Ultrasonography equipment and color doppler(Additional unit independently for OBGY, Casualty, Main AT &ICU)

7- Available

D. COMPUTER TOMOGRAPHY

8

CT Scan 

 

 

Alex ion

 

2-Available

-Toshiba 16 Slice

SOMATOM GO. TOP

-SIEMENS 64 SLICE

(64 roe of detector)

E. MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING

9.

M.R.I

1- Available

 1.5 TESLA

 

TREATMENT AND PROCEDURES

In our radiology department, we use X-rays and different types of equipment’s to diagnose and treat various diseases, we offer both diagnostic and interventional radiology services. The services we offer include X-ray, CT scan, MRI, Ultrasound, mammography, Intervention procedures etc. and all these services are provided in a safe and comfortable environment. 

Our radiology department is fully equipped with team of experienced, expert-trained technicians and skilled radiologist. They work 24x7 to ensure that quality healthcare is offered to patients who requires our radiology services. One can totally rely on SSIMS Hospital to offer the best diagnostic technologies backed by specialised medical attention.We ensure the best diagnosis and reliable results with the help of cutting-edge technology, skilled technicians and doctors.

Our radiology services are:

1. MRI.

2. CT scan.

3. Colour Doppler sonography.

4. Mammography.

5. X-ray.

6. Interventional procedures.

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Department of Dentistry

Department of Dentistry, also known as Dental and Oral Medicine, is a branch of medicine that consists of the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders, and conditions of the oral cavity, We give more emphasis on community based student centred learning. Department Our team team of well experienced teaching staff from various renowned institutions.

FUTURE PLAN

FULL MOUTH REHABILITATION

DENTAL RESEARCH UNIT

FUNCTIONAL APPLIANCES

ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES

ORTHOGNATHIC SURGERY

ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES

DENTAL RESEARCH UNIT

FULL MOUTH REHABILITATION

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