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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
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


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