Discussion on interesting X-rays/ Path. Specimens/Instruments of week
Daily Teaching Work
Thrice a week
Thrice a week
Research Publications :
Free papers :
Dr. Vandana Parmar, Dr. Jigisha Badheka & Dr. Malini Mehta Efficacy of intrathecal tramadol for postoperative pain relief Gujarat Medical Journal 2000; 57 (2): 79 - 80
Dr. Dipak Raval & Dr. Malini Mehta Oral clonidine premedication for attenuation of haemodyamic response to laryngoscopy & intubation. Indian Journal of Anaesthesia 2002; 46 (2): 124 - 129.
Dr. Gojendra & Dr Malini Mehta A comparative study of volume & pH of gastric fluid after ingestion of water & sugar containing clear fluid in children. Indian Journal of Anaesthesia 2007; 51 (2): 117 -120.
Dr. Heena Parikh & Dr. Malini Mehta A study of QT interval and QT dispersion during laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Indian Journal of Anaesthesia 2009; 53 (2): 193 -196.
Case reports :
Dr. Neeta Chaudhari, Dr. S. Nair, Dr. H.J. Patel & Dr. S.S. Sabnis Anaesthetic management of left common carotid artery aneurysm Indian Journal of Anaesthesia 1997; 40 (1): 54 - 57.
Dr. Neeta Chaudhari, Dr. Malini Mehta & Dr. Geeta Agarwal Insertion of LMA in a patient with severe neck contracture. Clinical Pharmacology 1998; 14 (1): 86 - 87
Dr. P. N. Jain, Dr. Neeta Kavishvar & Dr. Rakesh Refractory headache in a patient with breast cancer & carcinomatous meningitis unresponsive to analgesics: case report Journal of pain & palliative care pharmacotherapy 2005; 19 (2): 33 - 35.
List of Equipments / Instruments-
Bed side monitor to measure NIBP, pulse oximeter, ECG & respiration
Multipara monitor with EtCO2 to measure EtCO2 during laparoscopic surgery
Peripheral Nerve Stimulator
Nerve locator to locate the nerve for regional blocks
Cardioscope with defibrillator
Syringe & volumetric infusion pump for accurate delivery of drug
BIS monitor to know depth of anaesthesia
LMA – Classical, flexible, proseal & fast Trach (intubating) & C Trach
C Trach monitor to visualize larynx during difficult intubation
(A) Degrees available in the Department of Anaesthesiology:
Diploma in Anaesthesiology (D.A.) - 0 seats
M.D. (Anaesthesiology) -6 seats
Both the degrees are recognized by MCI.
(B) Syllabus for D. A. & M. D. (Anaesthesiology) :
Physics related to anaesthesia & anaesthesia equipments. Sterilization of anaesthesia equipments, pollution control in operation theatre.
Invasive & noninvasive devices–physics & working.
Anaesthesia breathing systems & ventilators.
Pharmacology – pharmacokinetics & pharmacodynamics of drugs related to anaesthesia.
Preoperative evaluation of the patient.
Pulmonary function tests–interpretation & its importance to the anaesthetist.
Respiratory system–anatomy, physiology & pathophysiology of common conditions. Clinical features, treatment and anaesthetic management of respiratory cases. Postoperative pulmonary complications & their treatment.
Cardiovascular system–anatomy, physiology & pathophysiology of common conditions. Clinical features, treatment & anaesthetic management of cardiac cases–hypertension, organic heart disease, valvular heart disease, vascular surgery & cardiac surgery.
Thoracic surgery–management of all types of thoracic surgery including one lung anaesthesia.
The liver and anaesthesia.
Anaesthesia for patients with renal disease.
Anaesthesia for transplant surgery and care of organ donor.
Neurosurgery–anatomy, physiology & pathophysiology of common conditions. Management of head injury, intracranial tumors & spinal surgery.
ENT, orthopaedic, ophthalmic, gastrointestinal, faciomaxillary, dental & cancer surgery – anatomy, physiology & pathophysiology related to anaesthesia and anaesthetic management.
Anaesthesia for plastic surgery including hypotensive technique.
Obstetric & gynaecological conditions–anatomy, physiology & pathophysiology related to anaesthesia & anaesthetic management.
Labour analgesia–various techniques, its merits & demerits.
Anaesthesia for neonates, infants & children.
Anaesthesia for geriatric patients.
Anaesthesia for laparoscopic assisted surgery.
Common infectious conditions like AIDS, hepatitis, other bacterial infections, nosocomial infection & anaesthesia.
Inherited disease affecting anaesthesia.
Anaesthetic management of patients with endocrine disease.
Anaesthesia for trauma & emergencies.
Resuscitation–management of cardiac & respiratory arrest. -neonatal resuscitation.
Management of patients with severe burns & shock.
Management and complications of commonly ingested & inhaled