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Department of Anaesthesiology

Govt. Stanley Medical College & Hospital, Chennai – 1

 

  • Department of Anaesthesia Stanley Medical College has 6 Professors,3 Associate professors,40 Assistant Professor and 60 MD Postgraduates.

 

Faculties:

S.No

Name

Designation

  1.  

Prof.N.Meenakshi

Head of the Department

  1.  

Prof. Naheed Azhar

Professor

  1.  

Prof. Balasubramaniam

Professor

  1.  

Asso.Prof.Sridhar

Asso.Professor

  1.  

Asso.Prof.Sathyan

Asso.Professor

  1.  

Dr.Chitradevi. S

Assistant Professor

  1.  

Dr.Padmini. R 

Assistant Professor

  1.  

Dr.S. Saravanakumar

Assistant Professor

  1.  

Dr.N. V. Madhavakrishna

Assistant Professor

  1.  

Dr.Deepa David

Assistant Professor

  1.  

Dr.J. Saravanan

Assistant Professor

  1.  

Dr.V. Shanmugapriya

Assistant Professor

  1.  

Dr.N. Anuradha

Assistant Professor

  1.  

Dr.M.S. Lakshmi Sree

Assistant Professor

  1.  

Dr.J. Rajaram

Assistant Professor

  1.  

Dr.Narasimhan. M. K.

Assistant Professor

  1.  

Dr.K. Senthil Kumar

Assistant Professor

  1.  

Dr.R. Punidhavardhani

Assistant Professor

  1.  

Dr.K. Vijayanand

Assistant Professor

  1.  

Dr.J Saranya

Assistant Professor

  1.  

Dr.J. Arul

Assistant Professor

  1.  

Dr.Renganathan. T

Assistant Professor

  1.  

Dr.Jayaprakash. J

Assistant Professor RSRM

  1.  

Dr.J. Ramya

Assistant Professor RSRM

  1.  

Dr.P. Mahendran

Senior Resident

  1.  

Dr.S. Jegan Mohan

Senior Resident

  1.  

Dr.S. Giridharan

Senior Resident  RSRM

  1.  

Dr.G. Vani

Assistant Surgeon GPH,Tondiarpet

  1.  

Dr.Sathish Logidasan

Assistant Professor

  1.  

Dr.Karthik S R

Assistant Professor

  1.  

Dr.R. Kanimozhi

Assistant Professor

  1.  

Dr.A. Gowrishankar

Assistant Professor

  1.  

Dr.A Karthik

Assistant Professor RSRM

  1.  

Dr.Sathish.C

Assistant Professor RSRM

  1.  

Dr.S.Prasanna Vathanan

Senior Resident RSRM

  1.  

Dr.Arul Raj G P

Senior Resident

  1.  

Dr.A. Amaleshwari

Senior Resident

  1.  

Dr.B. Gayathri

Assistant Professor

  1.  

Dr.S. U. Sham Kumar

Assistant Professor

  1.  

Dr.P.Sunil Gavaskar

Senior Resident RSRM

  1.  

Dr.A. Anandhi

Senior Resident RSRM

  1.  

Dr.Major R. Sundar

Senior Resident RSRM

  1.  

Dr.Imayavaramban

Assistant Surgeon GPH,Tondiarpet

 

POST GRADUATES

MD 3RD YEAR PGs:

  1. Dr.N. Gokulram
  2. Dr.R. Aswini
  3. Dr.T. Naveen Kumar
  4. Dr.S. Heera
  5. Dr.Indrani
  6. Dr.S. Srenivasa Ramanan
  7. Dr.S. Mahasakthi
  8. Dr.R. Radheesvari
  9. Dr.D. S. Aarthi
  10. Dr.Sowbakiya. K. B.
  11. Dr.R. Rajarajan
  12. Dr.R. M. Somanathan

MD  2 ndYEAR PGs:

  1. Dr.Vinitha. P
  2. Dr.Vasuki M
  3. Dr.Sabareeshwaran M
  4. Dr.Saranya K
  5. Dr.Dineshkumar S
  6. Dr.Limina Titus T
  7. Dr.Sivasankar C
  8. Dr.Aarthi G K
  9. Dr.Kaviya R
  10. Dr.Vigneshwaran K
  11. Dr.Ezhil S
  12. Dr.Shobia M
  13. Dr.Jayashree N
  14. Dr.S Muralidharan
  15. Dr.Karthikragul V C
  16. Dr.Selvamathi G
  17. Dr.Janani Eswari S B
  18. Dr.E. Vasanthi
  19. Dr.Shameem Ahamed S
  20. Dr.Dhivya M
  21. Dr.Rangaraj S
  22. Dr.Santhosh Kumar M
  23. Dr.Mohanalakshmi S
  24. Dr.G Thiruvarangaprasath

MD. I ST YEAR:

  1. DR.PAVITHRA .S
  2. DR.PRASANTH KUMAR
  3. DR.MONICA.M.
  4. DR.HEMA KUMARI.M.
  5. DR.SAMEENA.A.
  6. DR.ASHWITHINI .M.
  7. DR.MANISHA.P.
  8. DR.HARINI.R.
  9. DR.MITHUNA PRANAV
  10. DR. ARAVINDHAN.N
  11. DR. LOKESH.R
  12. DR. NANDHINI. C
  13. DR. RANGANATHAN.G
  14. DR. JAMUNA.A
  15. DR. SUDHAN. E
  16. DR. MUGESH. S
  17. DR. KIRUBAKARAN.P
  18. DR. PRIYANKA.M
  19. DR.PREM KUMAR.A
  20. DR.R.MAGESHWARAN
  21. DR.VISHNU PRIYA
  22. DR.DEVIKA
  23. DR.THENNARASU
  24. DR.MADHUMITHA

SERVICES  PROVIDED

Academic Activities:

Type of course: Medical

Name of the course offered: MD Anaesthesiology / Diploma in Anaesthesiology

  1. Eligibility: MBBS

  2. Course Duration: MD Anaesthesiology- 3years

Diploma in Anaesthesiology(DA) – 2 years

       3. Sanctioned number of seats:​ 

                  Till  2017   :    MD – 7seats, DA – 12 seats

                  From 2018:   MD – 12 Seats, DA – 12 seats

                  From 2019:   MD- 24 Seats, DA - 0

  1. Affiliated University: The Tamilnadu Dr.MGR Medical University,Guindy, Chennai.

  2. Selection Procedure: NEET Counselling

 

Academic curriculum

Periodic academic activities held in the department

 

S.NO

ACADEMIC ACTIVITY

1

REGULAR LECTURES for PGs by professors, asst professors are taken regularly.

2

JOURNAL CLUB MEETING - Every month 2nd Saturday

3

PG Symposium – Every month 4th Saturday

4

CASE DISCUSSION by PGs with Professors and Assistant Professors every week

5

BLS Training programme for Under Graduates, CRRIs, Paramedical Staffs.

6

Regular Lectures and Training Programme for BSc Operation Theatre technician & Anesthesia Technician trainees

7

Periodical written test on Theory for PGs on the last week of every month

8

Intradepartmental AUDIT MEEDTING  among the faculties and PGs regarding the difficult case management and critical events in the operation theatre and PACU.

 

Department Museum New Trauma Block 1st FLOOR 

Research and Publication (National and International – for the past 5 years/year wise)

 

S.No

TOPIC

  1.  

Evaluation of biphasic positive airway pressure (BIPAP)versus control mode, SIMV and CPAP in post anesthetic patients receiving elective post-operative ventilation, Indian Journal of Clinical Anaesthesia, 2016;3(4):572-575

  1.  

Comparison of bougie-guided insertion of Proseal laryngeal mask airway with digital technique in adults, Indian Journal of Anaesthesia,Vol.54,Issue 1 Jan-Feb 2010.

  1.  

Pre-operative optimization of lung function, Indian Journal of Anaesthesia / Vol.59 / Issue 9 / Sep 2015

  1.  

A prospective randomized comparison between perivascular and perineural ultrasound guided axillary brachial plexus block for upper limb surgeries, Indian Journal of Clinical Anaesthesia, October - December , 2018;5 (4 ):512 - 5 1 7.

  1.  

A Comparative study of 0.5%  Bupivacaine and Ropivacaine for paediatric lumbar epidural block,  Indian journal of applied research

  1.  

. A Comparative Study of Combination of Low-Dose Ketamine And Midazolam Versus Ketamine and Midazolam Alone as Oral Premedication in Paediatric Population, GJRA - GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS, volume-5, Issue-8, • ISSN No 2277 - 8160

  1.  

A Comparative Study on Two Different Approaches (Central and Posterior) for Internal Jugular Vein Catheterization in Surgical Patients by the Traditional Blind Anatomical Landmark Technique, Indian Journal Of Applied Research, Volume : 6 | Issue : 9 | ISSN - 2249-555X | IF : 3.919 | IC Value : 74.50

  1.  

Reengineering Mapleson B Circuit, International Journal Of Scientific Research

  1.  

Evaluation of habit patterns and clinical findings of oral submucous fibrosis in south indianpopulation,J Pharm Biomed Sci,ISSN 2230-7885

  1.  

Comparison of propofol with propofol -midazolam for I-gel insertion in spontaneously breathing patients for elective day care procedures, Indian Journal of Clinical Anaesthesia, ;3(4): 525-528  

  1.  

.Comparison of Ultrasonogram (USG)- Guided Supraclavicular Approach vsInfraclavicular Approach for Subclavian Vein (SCV) Cannulation, JMSCR Vol||05||Issue||09||Page 27785-27787|

  1.  

Effects of Hyperventilation on Haemodynamics, Partial Pressure of Carbon Dioxide and Acid Base Status in Laparoscopic Surgeries-Randomized Control Study, JMSCR Vol||05||Issue||09||Page 28001-28006|

  1.  

Comparison of Ultrasonogram (USG)- Guided Supraclavicular Approach vsInfraclavicular Approach for Subclavian Vein (SCV) Cannulation, JMSCR Vol||05||Issue||09||Page 27785-27787||

  1.  

Effect of Dexmeditomidine and Clonidine as Spinal Adjuvant in TURP – A Comparative Study, JMSCR Vol||05||Issue||08||Page 26848-26853||

  1.  

Acute Moderate NormovolemicHemodilution (ANH) in Major Elective Orthopaedic Surgeries- A Prospective Study, JMSCR Vol||05||Issue||08||Page 27012-27016||

  1.  

Acomparative study of haemodynamic stress response to laryngoscopy- with the mccoy, the macintosh and the miller laryngoscope blades, J. Evid. Based Med. Healthc., pISSN- 2349-2562, eISSN- 2349-2570/ Vol. 4/Issue 30/April 13, 2017.

  1.  

A comparative study to evaluate effect the dexmedetomidine in attenuating the haemodynamic and neuroendocrine responses to skull-pin head holder application during CRANIOTOMY, J. Evid. Based Med. Healthc., pISSN- 2349-2562, eISSN- 2349-2570/ Vol. 4/Issue 31/April 17, 2017

  1.  

A Prospective Randomized Study on the Efficacy of Interpleural Analgesia in Reducing Post Operative Pain and Parenteral Analgesic Requirement in Patients Undergoing Upper Abdominal Surgery, Indian Journal of Anesthesia and Analgesia ; 5 (1): 235-239

  1.  

A prospective randomized comparison between perivascular and perineural ultrasound guided axillary brachial plexus block for upper limb surgeries, Indian Journal of Clinical Anaesthesia;5 (4 ):512 - 5 1 7

  1.  

A randomized double blind comparative study on onset time and intubating conditions achieved with succinylcholine 1.5mg/kg and Rocuronium 0.6mg/kg & 0.9mg/kg IV ,Indian Journal of Clinical Anaesthesia, 2017;4(4): 476-479.

  1.  

A comparative study of bupivacaine with midazolam and bupivacaine alone in brachial plexus blockade, J. Evid. Based Med. Healthc., pISSN- 2349-2562, eISSN- 2349-2570/ Vol. 4/Issue 41/May 22, 2017.

  1.  

A prospective observational study to determine the usefullness of ultrasound guided airway assessment preoperatively in predicting difficult airway, PARIPEX - INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH, Volume-6 | Issue-11 | November-2017 | ISSN - 2250-1991 | IF : 5.761 | IC Value : 79.96P.

  1.  

A prospective randomized double-blind controlled trial on evaluating the Efficacy of Inj.Metoprolol 50µgm/Kg. I.V., in attenuating the hemodynamic response to laryngoscopy, intubation and carbon dioxide pneumoperitoneum in patients undergoing laparoscopic appendicectomy, Indian Journal of Clinical Anaesthesia,;4(3): 310-315  

  1.  

Comparison of Standard Brain Technique & 900 Rotational Technique of Proseal LMA Insertion in Adults, JMSCR Vol||06||Issue||01||Page 31858-31864||January 2018.

  1.  

A Comparative Study of 0.5% Levobupivacaine with Dexmedetomidine 50 MCG and 0.5% Levobupivacaine Plain in Supraclavicular Brachial Plexus Block, Indian Journal of Anesthesia and Analgesia 2017, 4 (4, Part-I), 917-739

  1.  

Synergestic Effect between Demedetomidineand.Ropivacaine in Epidural, Indian Journal of Anesthesia and Analgesia 20185(9):1541-1547

  1.  

Comparison of Clinical Performance of Supraglottic Airway Devices I– gel vs LMA-Proseal in Paediatric Elective Surgeries, Indian Journal of Anesthesia and Analgesia 2018; 5(8): 1372-1381.

  1.  

Comparison of the Duration of Analgesia, Duration of Sensory and Motor Blockade and Incidence of Side Effects of Intrathecal 0.75% IsobaricRopivacaine with Combination of 0.75% Isobaric Ropivacaine and Dexmedetomidine,  Indian Journal of Clinical Anaesthesia, 2016;3(1):85-95

  1.  

Combined Psoas compartment block and Sciatic Nerve Block for Elective Low Limb Surgeries, Indian Journal of Anaesthesia and Analgesia, IJAA _8984_2018, Accepted for publication

  1.  

.Comparison of Esmolol and Magnesium Sulphate for Attenuation of Hemodynamic Stress Response to Laryngoscopy and Intubation in Elective ENT Surgeries, Indian Journal of Anesthesia and Analgesia 2018; 5 (2): 186-191.

  1.  

Synergestic Effect between Demedetomidineand.Ropivacaine in Epidural, Indian Journal of Anesthesia and Analgesia 20185(9):1541-1547

  1.  

Bed side prediction of the central venous catheter insertion depth – comparison of different techniques, JOACP, 2019 Accepted for publication.

  1.  

A Comparative Study of the Effect of 0.5% Hyperbaric Bupivacaine and 0.5% Isobaric Levobupivacaine on Spinal Anaesthesia in Patients Scheduled for Lower Abdominal Surgeries, Indian Journal of Anesthesia and Analgesia 2018; 5(8): 1382-1389

  1.  

Comparison of USG guided Transverse Abdominis plane block (TAP block) with epidural analgesia for postoperative pain relief following inguinal hernia surgery, Stanley Medical Journal, Vol 3 | Issue 3 | July-September | 2016

  1.  

.Prophylactic administration of dopamine for preventing spinal hypotension: a randomised control study, J. Evid. Based Med. Healthc., pISSN- 2349-2562, eISSN- 2349-2570/ Vol. 3/Issue 62/Aug. 04, 2016

  1.  

Effects of Hyperventilation on Haemodynamics, Partial Pressure of Carbon Dioxide and Acid Base Status in Laparoscopic Surgeries-Randomized Control Study, JMSCR Vol||05||Issue||09||Page 28001-28006||September 2017

 

On Going research by Professors/ Assistant Professors/ MD/Post graduates

S.NO

Doctors Name

TOPICS

  1.  

Gokulram N

Dexmedetomidine and Fentanyl as an Adjunct to Levobupivacaine 0.5% in Supraclavicular Nerve Block: A Randomized Controlled Trial

  1.  

Aswini R

Comparison of clinical performance of Supraglottic airway devices AMBU AURA GAIN and LMA proseal in Paediatric elective surgeries

  1.  

Naveen Kumar T

Comparison of preoperative ant. Pillar infiltration of Ropivacaine and bupivacaine in post operative analgesia following pediatric adenotonsillectomy-a randomized control study

  1.  

Heera S

Comparitive study on the quality of analgesia of bupivacaine with fentanyl versus ropivacaine with fentanyl in walking labour epidural anaesthesia

  1.  

Indrani A

Comparison between Hugemed and mccoy laryngoscopes for endotracheal intubation in patients with cervical spine immobilization

  1.  

Srenivasa Ramanan S

Comparison of LMA digital technique insertion vs bougie guided LMA insertion in short GA procedures

  1.  

Mahasakthi S

Randomized clinical comparison of kings system laryngeal suction tube 2 and proseal laryngeal mask airway in patients posted for short duration surgeries under general anaesthesia with controlled ventilation

  1.  

Radheesvari R

Efficacy of Ultrasound guided ERECTOR SPINAE PLANE BLOCK for post operative pain relief in unilateral truncal procedures.

  1.  

Aarthi D S

Comparing the incidence of emergence agitation between  sevoflurane and desflurane in pediatric age groups

  1.  

Sowbakiya. K. B.

Comparative study between iv paracetamol and dexmedetomidine in reducing postoperative opioid requirement in abdominal surgeries

  1.  

Somanathan R M

A Comparison between two different proportions of ketamine-propofol and propofol-fentanyl for procedural sedation and analgesia for minor gynaecological procedures:A Prospective Randomized Controlled Trial

 

Prizes and Award Constituted by the Department:

Prizes and awards won: ISACON 2019 TAMILNADU Annual state Conference held in Chennai at Chettinadu HEALTH City kelambakkam on 27th and 28th july 2019. Our post graduates Dr.MALINI & Dr.THARANI won the 1st prize in quiz Competition.

CMEs Workshops / Conference Conducted by the Department (past 5 years/year wise):

  • Our department takes great pride in celebrating the World Anaesthesia Day (WAD) successfully for 22 consecutive years to commemorate the first public demonstration of Anaesthesia by W.T.G.MORTON.
  • WAD is celebrated for two days. Pre CME workshop on DAY 1 and CME, poster presentation, QUIZ progamme and INSTAPOUR on DAY 2. The most anticipated and cherished academic extravaganza by eminent speakers from all over the country and video presentations by our efficient Assistant Professors on practical and interesting topics to benefit both consultant anaesthesiologists and post-graduates.          
  • POSTER presentation to inculcate the research work by the post graduates will also be a part of this celebration. 
  • This year due to COVID pandemic WORLD anaesthesia day CME is not conducted for the first time after 22 years.
  • Brilliant and brain-teasing Quiz programme will follow CME session for the benefit of the post-graduates

Continuing medical education programme (CME): 

CONFERENCE:

  • INSTITUTE DAY or DEPARTMENT DAY
  • DISSERTATION
  • RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION
  • RESEARCH CONDUCTED

ACADEMICS

Achievements of our Department:

Awards and Achievements of postgraduate students Past 5 years/ year wise.

CME Programmes conducted by the Department in co-ordination with other Departments:

  1. Along with department of plastic surgery we conducted USG GUIDED NERVE BLOCKS LIVE workshop on Wednesday, 15th June, 2016.
  2. USG GUIDED NERVE BLOCKS  LIVE workshop ON OCTOBER 2017.
  3. SIMULATION BASED LEARNING by our expert team in on 27th October 2018.
  4. AIRWAY WORKSHOP in ISACON 2019 on 26th July 2019.

 

   THE DEPARTMENT OF ANAESTHESIA AND CRITICAL CARE

DEPARTMENT ACTIVITIES -  2020:

  • The Department of Anaesthesia and Critical care has been involved in the management of COVID pandemic since March 2020. Along with department of Medicine and Department of Thoracic medicine we are playing a vital role in the management of COVID and TRIAGE ICU.All our Professors,Asst Professors and Postgraduates are actively involved in controlling COVID Pandemic situation by providing 24 X 7 COVID critical care services.
  • Our Department plays a major role in managing uninterrupted oxygen supply to all ICUs, Operation theatres and Wards.
  • Our Prof.Naheed Azhar and Asst Prof.Punidhavardhini were honoured as COVID Warriors by the Govt. of Tamilnadu on 15.08.2020 on the occasion of Independence Day function.

NON COVID ACTIVITIES DURING THE PANDEMIC:

  • Apartment from managing COVID ICU , faculty and Postgraduates are actively involved in NON-COVID activities.
  • Elective surgeries were performed by Depts. Of General surgery, Plastic surgery, Orthopedic surgery, Surgical Gastroenterology,
  • Neurosurgery,Vascular surgery, Urology and Paediatric surgery.

Major surgeries like

- Hepatectomy,Whipples procedure,Total gastrectomy,Lap Cholecystectomy,Pancreatico jejunostomy Reimplantation of Fingers, Hand,# Maxilla, # Mandible flap cover , Craniotomies, Cleft Palate Meningomyelocoele were done during this Pandemic Period.

- We are taking care of Emergency surgeries and Zero Delay Emergency ward . We are providing monitored Anaesthesia care for Cardiac patients posted at Cath Lab.

- Pain clinic OP for chronic pain patients are conducted on Tuesday and Saturday. Assessment clinic is functioning everyday for assessing patients posted for elective surgeries .