The faculty of the department consists of 1 Professor, Two Associate Professor, 2 Bsc MLT Technicians, 6 DMLT Lab Technicians and other required numbers of subordinate staff. The department is undertaking teaching of MBBS, Bsc Nursing, General Nursing and DMLT students etc.
The department 4 is carrying out routine bacteriological culture tests on all specimens and the fungal and M.tuberculosis culture tests.
Apart from the routine serology tests like Widal, VDRL, RF,CRP we are also doing Special tests like Elisa for HIV, HBsAg, HCV, Dengue IgM, Lepto Igm,TPHA for syphilis. Western Blot confirmatory test for HIV.
The department is equipped with special equipments like Dark ground microscopy, BOD incubator for fungal culture, Deep freezer, Biosafety laminar flow working benches apart from the conventional instruments required for teaching institution.
The department is conducting theory and practical classes on Microbiology for II MBBS students, B.sc Nursing, DMLT students and MHA course.
Biological, Fungal and Mycobacterium tuberculosis culture of the various specimens received in the laboratory are performed routinely and reports are given under the supervision of microbiology faculty. Other tests done and reported are the routine serological tests like widal test, RPR for syphilis, Rheumatoid factor and CRP. ELISA tests are done for HIV, HBsAg, HCV, Dengue IgM, hepto IgM, ANA and ds DNA.
Quality of water samples from different sources are routinely tested and also from dialysis unit.
Surveillance of Operation Theatres, ICUs and Blood Bank are routinely conducted.
|DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY|
|Incibators, electrical (large) 37 degree celsius||4|
|Hot air sterlizer||2|
|Flasks flat bottom 50cc||6|
|Moveable stage Abbe, condenser etc.||1|
|Microscope, dark ground work with arc lamp arrangement etc.||4|
|Micrometer eye pieces||2|
|Centrifuge, Electrical high power||1|
|Distilled water still||1|
|Distilled water plant all glass||60|
|Oil immersion lens for students microscope||500|
|Dropping bottles for stains (Plastic)||60|
|Electrophorosis complete set B.O.D incubator||2|
|Laminer flow table||2|
|Ultra Violet (U.V) lamps||1|
|Venereal Diseases Research Laboratory (V.D.R.L) shaker||2|
|Water bath (Serological) 37 degree celsus||1|
|Water bath (Serological) 56 degree celsus||1|
|Deep freeze(-20 degree celsus)||1|
|Elisa Reader, Dispensor and Washer||1|
|Glassware, such as pipettes burettes, beakers, conical flasks, petri dishes of different sizes, reagent bottles etc. Material for preparation of media||available|
|Material for preparation of Medium,||available|
|PH Determination apparatus||2|
|Reagent bottles with stopper|
|Test tubers hard glass 150 mm x 18 mm||available|
|100 mm x 12 mm||available|
|75 mm x 12 mm||Available|
|1||Characterization of Candida isolates from clinically suspected vulvovaginal candidiasis||Mr Jobin S R|
|1||Bacteriological profile of organisms isolated from blood culture in a tertiary care centre .(SBMR project)||Dr. Rema Devi. S|
|1||Multiple vaginal examinations and early neonatal sepsis||Usha Christopher, Goldy SJ, Bewin Oral J, Adlin Rose C||International Journal of Reproduction , Contraception , Obstetrics and Gynecology||March 2019 Volume 8 Issue 3|
|2||Comparative analysis of detection methods of Extended Spectrum Beta Lactamases in Gram Negative clinical isolates with special reference to their Genotypic Expression||PP Mohammed Hisham, M B Shabina, S Remadevi, Beena Philomina||Journal of International Medicine and Dentistry||2016;3(1):34-41|
|3||A study of Onychomycoses in a tertiary Care hospital||Tejashree A, Raghavandra , Deepashree R Bewin Oral J||Journal of Medical science & clinical research||2015; vol3,Issue1, 3692-3696|
|4||Histoplasmosis – an overview||Remadevi S||The journal of Academy of Clinical Microbiologists||December 2014 Vol. 16.|
|5||Granulicatella elegans bacteremia & meningitis in a child without neurosurgical intervention||Sowmya G Shivappa, Madhuri kulkarni, Bewin Oral J||Journal of dental and medical sciences||2014 vol.13, Issue 9, 1-4|
|6||Current Trends of Antimicrobial susceptibility of salmonella Enterica serovar Typhi and Paratyphi A from blood culture in a Tertiary care Centre of Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.||Renu Mathew, Jobin S R||Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and chemical sciences||March- April 2014 5(2)1167|
|7||Isolation and serological evidences in suspected leptospirosis cases in and around Chennai||Suresh Babu L.||American Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine||2014 2(4): 70-73|
|8||Prevalence of MRSA and its antibiotic susceptibility pattern in Ujjain, MP||Suresh Babu L||European Journal of Biophysics||2013 1 (5): 37-40|
|9||A comparative study on methods for diagnosis of enteric fever||Renu Mathew, Jobin S R,||International Journal for Current Research and Review||July 2013/ Vol 05(14)|
|10||Cytomegalovirus infection-associated Hemophagocytic syndrome||Mohammed Hisham, Hridya, S Remadevi, M P Jayakrishnan||Journal of academy of clinical microbiology||2013;15(1).|
|Teaching Staff of Department of Microbiology|
|SL NO:||NAME OF FACULTY||DESIGNATION|
|1||Dr. Rema Devi S.||Professor and HOD|
|2||Dr. L. Suresh Babu||Professor|
|3||Dr. Kiran Gopal||Assistant Professor|
|4||Dr Bewin Oral J||Assistant Professor|
|5||Mr. Jobin S.R||Assistant Professor|
|6||Dr. W. Godfrey Shelgin||Tutor|
|7||Dr. Ciji J. I||Tutor|
|8||Dr. Likhil. S||Tutor|
|9||Dr Sambath P.S||Tutor|
|10||Mrs Deepa P. S||Tutor|