Department of Anaesthesia was started in 2002. The department is having sufficient number of faculty viz., Professors, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors, Senior Residents and Juniors Residents. All the faculties are actively involved in the patient management and academic activities throughout the year.
The department of anaesthesia is managing 11 major operation theatres. This is in addition to a casualty theatre and a septic theatre. All the operation theatres are well equipped. All the theatres have roof fitted multi arm, shadow less operation theatre lights having sophisticated cool bulbs. Each theatre is having a high quality, electrically operated operation table with all the accessories. All major surgeries can be done on these tables. Patients can be placed in any position on these tables using the specially designed accessories.
All the operation theatres are provided with high end anaesthesia machines with ventilators and multipara monitors. Dedicated theatres are available for all specialities. At present General surgery, ENT, Plastic Surgery, Orthopedics, Pediatric Surgery, Urology, Neuro Surgery, Facio Maxillary Surgery and Gynecology are available.
The department is having a department library and a lecture hall in the theatre complex itself. More than 120 books are available in the department library. In addition, anaesthesia books are also available in the Central Library. National and international Journals are available. The lecture hall is equipped with LCD projector and audiovisual equipments. The lecture hall is having a seating capacity for 50 individuals.
Teaching and Academic activities
Anaesthesia department is having teaching programs for MBBS students and MBBS interns throughout the year on rotation basis. The department also has a post graduate M.D program. At present two PG students are admitted per year. Also the department runs a course for anaesthesia technicians. This diploma course (Diploma in Operation Theatre & Anesthesia Technology) admits fifteen students per year and the duration is two years.
The department provides emergency services 24 hours of the day. A separate Gynec casualty is functioning, in the department under the supervision & presence of the duty consultant, PG student, house surgeon & staff nurse.
Elective surgeries are done on all the working days. Emergency surgeries are done in all the days including the Sundays and all the nights.
Pre Anaesthetic Assessment Clinic: The department is running a Pre Anaesthetic Assessment Clinic. This clinic is managed by a senior faculty. The department also manages Pain Clinic and a Palliative Clinic.
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation programmes: The department runs a program in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation throughout the year. MBBS Interns are trained on a rotation basis through this program.
Intra operative Pain Management and post operative pain management are carried out routinely for all the major surgeries.
In addition to the regular activities, lot of researches is also underway in the department. Faculty and the post graduate students are taking part in the research activities.
|DEPARTMENT OF ANAESTHESIOLOGY|
|OPD – Anaesthesia Clinic|
|Blood Pressure Instrument (Non-Invasive)||1|
|Resucitation equipments (CPR)||1|
|Artificial breathing bag with face masks||1|
|Electrical||8 central suction available|
|Oxygen therapy unit||4|
|Simple anaesthesia machine with resuscitation equipments and accessories||13|
|Anesthesia gas monitoring system||1|
|Isoflurane – Vaporizer||2|
|Multi channel Monitor with ETC02||5|
|Multi Channel Monitor with IBP||8|
|Ambu bag (adult)||15|
|Ambu Bag (paediatric)||2|
|Central Medical Oxygen||Available|
|Central Nitrous Qxide||Available|
|Central Medical Compressed Air (4 bar)||Available|
|Central Compresses Air (7 bar )||Available|
|Electrical Suction Apparatus||8|
|1||Can perioperative haemodynamic s and opioid requirement in Abdominal Hysterectomy be influenced by a premedication drug?||International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception, Obstetrics and Gynecology||M Paul Wilson,
|pISSN: 2320-1770, Volume 5 , Issue 12, December 2016|
|2||Maternal parameters in lower segment caesarean section: a comparative study of the effects of spinal anaesthetic agents||International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception, Obstetrics and Gynecology||M Paul Wilson,
|pISSN: 2320-1770, Volume 5 , Issue 12, December 2016|
|3||Effect of pre-emptive analgesia with Gabapentin on post-operative pain relief after total abdominal hysterectomy||International Journal of Biomedical Research||Robert James Premkumar,
Biju M L,
M Paul Wilson,
and Shibinath V M
|2016; 7(9): 638-646. ISSN: 0976-9633 (Online); 2455-0566 (Print)|
|4||Efficacy of intravenous dexmeditomidine versus lidocaine in attenuation of stress response during intubation for laproscopic procedures||International Journal of Biomedical Research||Dr. Biju M.L||2016; 7(3): 099-107.|
|5||Effect of dexmedetomidine as an adjuvant to 0.75% ropivacaine in axillary brachial plexus block for forearm and hand surgeries||International Journal of Biomedical Research.||Dr. Arun||2016; 7(4): 187-192|
|6||Comparison of rocuronium bromide and succinylcholine chloride for use during rapid sequence intubation in adult patients||International Journal of Biomedical Research||Dr. Sasidharan Nair M
Dr. Sweetline Subha M
|2016; 7 (6) 365- 371|
|7||A prospective randomized double blind study to compare the efficacy of oral Clonidine to intravenous Lignocaine for attenuation of haemodynamic response to laryngoscopy and tracheal intubation||International Journal of Biomedical Research.||Dr. Sweetline Subha M
Dr. Sasidharan Nair M
Dr. Paul Wilson M
|2016; 7(7): 499-510|
|8||A Comparative Study of Different Doses of Oral Midazolam as Premedicant In Paediatric Patients between the Age Group of 1 -6 Years||Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences||S. Mohideen Abdul Kadar
|March 2016; 3(3)|
|9||Haemodynamic Changes in Elderly Patients after Spinal Anaesthesia – Hyperbaric Bupivacaine Vs Isobaric Bupivacaine||Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences||Dr. M. Paul Wilson & Dr. Bennet Abraham||January 2016; 3(1) :45 -53|
|10||Survey of supraglottic airway devices usage in anaesthetic practice in South Indian State||Indian Journal of Anaesthesia||Dr. S. Mohideen Abdul Kadar||/ Vol. 59/ Issue 3/ Mar 2015|
|11||Assessment of the efficacy of dexamethasone, lignocaine or placebo in the prevention of post intubation sore throat||International Journal of Biomedical Research||Dr. S. Mohideen Abdul Kadar||2015; 6(07): 493-503|
|12||Effect of baricity of intrathecal Bupivacaine on surgical environment in Urological procedures – A Comparative Study||International Journal of Biomedical Research||Dr. Paul Wilson & Dr. S. Mohideen Abdul Kadar||2015; 6(10): 835-840|
|Teaching Staff of Department of Anaesthesiology|
|SL NO:||NAME OF FACULTY||DESIGNATION|
|1||Dr. T. Sathy Amma||Professor and HOD|
|2||Dr. M. Paul Wilson||Professor|
|3||Dr. K. Davis Arun Kumar||Associate Professor|
|4||Dr. S. Mohideen Abdul Kadar||Associate Professor|
|5||Dr. Sasidharan Nair. M||Associate Professor|
|6||Dr. Sweetline Subha. M||Assistant Professor|
|7||Dr. Arun. S||Assistant Professor|
|8||Dr Abisha Sahaya Mercyline G||Assistant Professor|
|9||Dr. Mathana. V||Senior Resident|
|10||Dr. Sowmya. J||Senior Resident|
|11||Dr. Aneesh Raj||Senior Resident|
|12||Dr. Raveendran. N||Senior Resident|
|13||Dr. A Godwin Jino||Senior Resident|
|14||Dr. Krishnapriya K. Jeevan||Junior Resident|
|15||DR. Chandy Mathew||Junior Resident|
|16||Dr. Jilu Jose||Junior Resident|
|17||Dr. Shibinath V. M||Junior Resident|
|18||Dr. Anderson.A||Junior Resident|
|19||Dr. Vipin B.||Junior Resident|
|20||Dr. Deepan. C||Junior Resident|
|21||Dr. Jomy Thomas||Junior Resident|