::Departments : Clinical : Anaesthesiology
SHORT HISTORY OF THE DEPARTMENT
The department of Anaesthesiology was started 7 years ago in compliance with the MCI requirement for the conduct of the MBBS course in 2005. The department caters to 7 elective theatres and 1 emergency theatre.  The department is an integral part of trauma services offered at this national trauma level 2 centre. Intensive care services are offered for patients in ICU in the form of airway management and management of artificial ventilation and securing of invasive central lines. Pain management services include epidural administration of drugs to manage post-operative pain and also chronic pain syndromes. The department offers elective and emergency services in the fields of General Surgery, Obstetric & Gynecology, Orthopaedics, ENT Surgery, Ophthalmic Surgery, OFMS Surgery, Paediatric Surgery and Urology. The department has an active and robust teaching programme aimed at imparting basic anaesthesiology and related knowledge to Undergraduates, paramedical and nursing staff and anaesthesia technicians. Teaching programme involves, didactic lectures, video sessions, clinical demonstration and hands on workshops in resuscitation and airway management.
PERIODIC ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES HELD IN THE DEPT
  1. Didactic lectures in various Anaesthesiology topics for Final MBBS  - 20 hours
  2. Clinical demonstration of various anaesthesia techniques in OT for pre-final MBBS students – 15 days duration for 4 batches.
  3. Daily clinical demonstration and teaching in OT for Anaesthesia technician students
  4. Lectures for Anaesthesia technician students.
  5. Instrument demonstration for Anaesthesia technician students
  6. Work shop in BLS for MBBS students
  7. Hands on Workshop for final MBBS and CRRI in BLS, ACLS and ATLS
  8. CME on Anaesthesia related topics
 
 
 
LECTURES FOR FINAL MBBS
Introduction to Anaesthesia
Pre-operative Assessment & Risk Stratification
Premedication
General Anaesthesia & Closed loop systems
Inhalational Agents & Vapourisers
Intravenous Agents, Narcotics, Sedatives
Endotracheal intubation & ET Tubes
Assessment of Airway
Airway maintenance
Extubation criteria and problems
Minimum Mandatory Monitoring
Relaxants , Reversal Agents & NM monitoring
Local Anaesthetics
Spinal Anaesthesia
Epidural and Caudal Anaesthesia
Plexus and Nerve Blocks & PN Stimulator
Pain
Complications of Anaesthesia
CPR
Post-operative Care
Oxygen Therapy and Basics of Respiratory Support
IV Fluids
Blood loss and Transfusion Therapy
ACLS
Cardiovascular Complications and management
Shock  - Pathophysiology & Management
Anaphylaxis and Drug Reactions
Invasive Monitoring – Arterial & Venous
Anaesthesia Machine
Principles of ICU care
 
 
 
CLINICAL DEMONSTRATION FOR PRE- FINAL MBBS
  1. Clinical Evaluation & Assessment of patient for Anaesthesia
  2. Conduct of General Anaesthesia
  3. Conduct of Spinal Anaesthesia
  4. Conduct of Epidural Anaesthesia
  5. Conduct of Plexus Blocks
  6. Monitoring  an anaesthetized patient
  7. Airway devices and procedures
  8. Venous Access and Fluid therapy
  9. Drugs in anaesthesia
  10. Post- operative care  & Analgesia
  11. Common Complications in Anaesthesia
  12. Anaesthesia Equipment
RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS
  1. Azhar N. Comparison of bougie-guided insertion of Proseal laryngeal mask airway with digital technique in adults. Indian J Anaesth 2010;54:35-9.                                                                                                                                                                                                             DOI: 10.4103/0019-5049.60494                     
 
CME’S, WORKSHOPS, CONFERENCES CONDUCTED BY THE DEPT ( PAST 5 YEARS / YEAR WISE)
  1. Work shop in BLS for MBBS students
  2. Hands on Workshop for final MBBS and CRRI in BLS, ACLS and ATLS
  3. CME on Anaesthesia related topics for MBBS students
  4. Work shop in BLS for Nursing & paramedical students
 
 
CME TOPICS FOR PRE- FINAL MBBS
  1. IV Fluids
  2. Local Anaesthetics
  3. Anatomy of the Spinal Cord
  4. Assessing blood loss & Blood transfusion
  5. Drugs used in Anaesthesiology
SERVICES OFFERED
  1. Emergency Anaesthesia – 24 hour service
  2. Elective Anaesthesia – General Surgery, Orthopaedic Surgery, ENT Surgery, Obstetric & Gynecology, OFMS Surgery, Urology, Trauma Surgery, Paediatric surgery
  3. Pain Clinic
  4. Trauma care and surgery
  5. ICU care
  6. Assessment Clinic
NO OF UNITS IN THE DEPT
1 unit
NO OF OPERATING TABLES IN THE DEPT
X Block General Surgery OT 4 OT tables  
X Block ENT Surgery OT 4 OT tables  
X Block Orthopaedic Surgery OT 4 OT tables  
H Block Obstetric & Gynecaology Surgery OT 4 OT tables  
H Block Ophthalmic Surgery OT 4 OT tables  
H Block Emergency OT 2 OT tables  
Trauma OT 2 OT tables  
Minor OT 1 OT tables  
CeMONC OT 6 OT tables UNDER CONSTRUCTION
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
OT TIMINGS & DAYS
Emergency OT 4 OT Tables 24 hour service  7 days / week  
Elective OT
General & Paediatric  Surgery
4 OT Tables 9 AM to 2 PM 6 days / week  
Elective OT
ENT Surgery
4 OT Tables 9 AM to 2 PM 4 days / week  
Elective OT
Orthopaedic Surgery
4 OT Tables 9 AM to 2 PM 4 days / week  
Elective OT
Obstetric Surgery
2 OT Tables 9 AM to 2 PM 6 days / week  
Elective OT
Obstetric Surgery
2 OT Tables 9 AM to 2 PM 4 days / week  
Elective OT
FP Surgery
1 OT Tables 9 AM to 2 PM 6 days / week  
Elective OT
Trauma Surgery
2 OT Tables 9 AM to 2 PM 6 days / week  
Elective OT
Ophthalmic  Surgery
4 OT Tables 9 AM to 2 PM 6 days / week  
Elective OT
Urology Surgery
1 OT Tables 9 AM to 2 PM 2 days / week  
Elective OT
OFMS Surgery
2 OT Tables 9 AM to 2 PM 2 days / week
Elective OT
Minor Surgery
1 OT Tables 9 AM to 2 PM 6 days / week  
Assessment Clinic OP Facility 9 AM to 12 PM 6 days / week  
 
ASSESSMENT CLINIC (MONTHLY STATISTICS – AVERAGE)
486.72 per month  (2012 statistics)
 
ANAESTHESIA ADMINISTERED DETAILS (MONTHLY STATISTICS – AVERAGE FOR 2012)
  MAJOR 686.27
 MINOR 209.36
DONE 895.72
CANCELLED 20.81
ASSESSMENT 486.72
GRAND TOTAL  
 
 
 
 
 
TYPES OF SURGERIES PERFORMED
ANAESTHESIA DETAILS (MONTHLY STATISTICS – AVERAGE FOR 2012)
GA & TIVA 117.18
CNB – SAB + EPIDURAL 452.36
BLOCKS 156.27
LA & OTHERS 178.63
 
SPECIAL CLINICS CONDUCTED BY THE DEPARTMENT
  1. Pain Clinic
  2.  Assessment Clinic

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