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Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

  • Provides the highest standard of medical and surgical care for antenatal and gynaec patients.
  • Our department provides highest quality care covering all gynecological surgeries.
  • We do provide treatment for subfertile patients to achieve successful pregnancies.
  • We have well equipped OP & IP departments with adequate patient resource and modular OT Complexes.
  • Our Team has specialized knowledge & experience in managing high risk pregnancies with complications like gestational diabetes, pre eclampsia, post caesarean pregnancies etc.,
  • Our department trains the undergraduate students efficiently for providing basic care and treatment of antenatal and gynecology patients.
  • We organize regular camps and various outreach activities.
  • The departmental faculties possess vast teaching experience and surgical skills.
  • MBBS students from 3rd to 9th semester are posted for clinical classes
  • PG training institute with a yearly intake of 6 students.

Facilities available

OPD  (EVERYDAY OP) 

  1. 1.ANTENATAL SCREENING
  2. 2.CANCER SCREENING -VIA VILI, PAP SMEAR, COLPOSCOPY.
  3. OP ULTRASOUND

II.SPECIALITY CLINICS-

1.ADOLESCENT GYNAECOLOGY

2.HIGH RISK PREGNANCY

3. INFERTILITY

4.POSTPARTUM & FAMILY WELFARE

5.POSTOPERATIVE FOLLOW UP

 6.MENOPAUSE

III.INPATIENT CARE

  1. TOTAL NO BEDS -90 ( OBSTETRICS -50,GYNAECOLOGY-30,FAMILY WELFARE 10)
  2. LABOUR ROOM -3   (CLEAN LABOUR ROOM,SEPTIC LABOUR ROOM,CASUALITY LABOUR ROOM)
  3. OPERATION THEATRE-4   (EMERGENCY OT,OBSTETRICS &GYNAEC OT,ENDOSCOPIC OT)

IV.ACADEMIC

1.CLINICAL DEMONSTRATION ROOM IN OPD  -1

2.CLINICAL DEMOSTRATION  ROOM IN WARD – 3

3.DEPARTMENT LIBRARY – Total Number of Books -110

4.DEPARTMENT MUSEUM – 1

5.TEACHING PROGRAMME

i.) Clinical classes daily for UGs

ii.)Theory classes for UGs

iii.)PG teaching classes

Clinical Teaching – Under Graduate

  • 150 students are admitted every year
  • Around 420 students (4th &5th , 6th & 7th, 8th & 9th semesters) are attending theory classes from Monday to Saturday.
  • On an average 100 students are attending practical classes every day.
  • The students are divided into small groups and posted in 5 clinical units.
  • P.D Clinics, Bedside Clinics and clinical Demonstrations are held.
  • Practical classes including presentations and case discussions are being conducted for 9th, 8th, 7th, 6th and 3rd semester students on all working days.
  • 24 weeks of clinical posting is conducted, for 3 hours daily from 9.30am to 12.30am.
  • More than 300 hours of theory lecture classes are conducted separately for 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th & 9th semester students.
  • Internal assessment exams and cycle tests are conducted regularly

Clinical Teaching – Post Graduates

  • Annual Intake of 6 post graduate students
  • Intensive Clinical training of 3 years duration
  • Weekly Clinical Presentation and case discussions are done by PGs
  • Journal Club are done weekly
  • EBM sessions done on 1st Monday of every month in central library
  • Weekly seminars
  • They assist in all major and minor surgeries
  • Perform under supervision various minor and major surgeries independently
  • Confidence Building Measures – Independent Case handling and patient counseling under supervision
  • Every day activities are updated in SBVU designed E-portfolio with their concerned unit chiefs and under their guidance
  • They are encouraged to present Paper and Poster presentations in conferences.
  • Encouraged to attend various seminars and CME programs
  • Peripheral Postings during their second year to Chengalpattu medical college for 45 days- Super Specialty training in various departments

Teaching and learning programs

  • Academic Schedule is prepared in advance according to syllabus and theory classes are taken by faculties for the UGs
  • Teaching Methods:
    • Power point projections
    • OHP projections
    • Audio-Visual aids
    • Clinical Demonstrations
    • Bedside Clinics
    • Surgical Procedure Demonstration
  • Students are evaluated periodically by monthly cycle tests in theory and Clinical Evaluation tests in clinical postings.
  • Internal assessment examination (Theory and Practical) is conducted for final MBBS students.
  • Students performance are evaluated and feedback given to the students and their parents to improve academic performance.
  • Clinical and theory classes are taken regularly for AHS students posted in our department

Clinical Activities

  • Apart from routine clinical work, specialty clinics are conducted every day as per a pre designed schedule.
  • Regular camps are conducted for the benefit of the rural patients.
  • 24/7 availability of a qualified and skilled surgeon in the Hospital.
  • Emergency surgeries are done.

List of Specialty Clinics

Specialty Clinics

Scope of the clinic

Frequency

Doctor

Outcome

Adolescent gynecology

To teach the adolescent about the menstrual hygiene and nutritional aspects

 

 To attend to all the adolescent problems

Monday

Dr.K.Sivan Kumar

Adolescents are benefited

Cancer Detection Leucorrhea clinic

To increase the case detection rate and thereby reduce the morbidity and mortality due to cancer in the reproductive orans

Tuesday

Dr. Ayswarya

Timely detection in early stage and the advanced stage cases are referred to oncology center for RT and Chemo

High risk pregnancy

To reduce the maternal mortality and morbidity and to improve the perinatal outcome

Wednesday

Dr. Vijayalakshmi

Maternal morbidity and mortality is decreased

Infertility/ Sterility clinic

To investigate the infertile couple and to treat accordingly

 To facilitatae conception

Thursday

Dr.Usha devi

Improvement in fertility rates

Postnataland family welfare

To improve the maternal health status

To teach and propogate awareness on spacing breast feeding and family planning

Friday

Dr. Suguna

Family planning practices are followed

Menopausal women &Post op follow up

Genital hygiene

Awareness about the pre malignant and malignant

 Advice on menopausal symptoms

Proper post op instructions and advice on adequate rest

Iron and calcium , vitamin supplementation

Advice on post op exercises and normal day to day activities

Saturday

Dr. Sathyakala

Menopausal women have got physical and mental support.

Proper follow up of post op patients decreases the post op late complications

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM:

We provide an undergraduate course that is unique and in-line with all the governing principles, for producing capable and competent doctors, well oriented with community, national and global health needs. A solid foundation is laid to promote excellence from each student, and to decipher their interests to become the best version of responsible physicians.

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAM:

The MS Obstetrics and Gynaecology course at SSSMCRI is standardized to produce competent practitioners who can provide quality care to the community in the diagnosis and management of gynaecological problems including screening of all gynaecological cancers and management of the course of pregnancy. Postgraduate training programs for both fields are usually combined, preparing the practicing obstetrician-gynecologist to be adept both at the care of female reproductive organs' health and at the management of pregnancy. It also includes providing expertise in various specialty fields also in the screening and management of the same.

ALLIED HEALTH SCINCES:

Students for B.Sc. are posted in the Department to learn about the basic patient care in Obstetrics and Gynecology. B.Sc. Physician Assistant course provides a deep insight into the counsel on preventive health care, diagnose and treat illness, order and interpret the test, assist in surgery, etc.

The PhD program aims at nurturing the research talents of the scholars guided by well experienced and talented research Supervisors.

Research Focus

Faculty are involved in active original research and necessary support is provided at the departmental and institutional level.

All PG thesis projects have been selected and approved by the IEC. All thesis projects will be published before they attend their final exams.

ONGOING PROJECTS

NAME OF PI

STUDY TITLE

GUIDE

DR.USHA DEVI

(FACULTY)

IDENTIFICATION OF CIRCULATORY MICRO RNAs AS NOVEL BIO MARKERS IN PCOS WOMEN

DR.PUSHPA KOTUR

DR.JANANII

A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY TO CORRELATE ENDOMETRIAL THICKNESS BY TRANSVAGINAL SONOGRAPHY WITH HISTOPATHOLOGY EXAMINATION IN PATIENTS WITH ABNORMAL UTERINE BLEEDING

DR.SIVAN KUMAR

DR.MEENAKSHI

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF UNHEALTHY CERVIX BT PAPSMEAR AND COLPOSCOPY GUIDED BIOPSY IN WOMEN OF 20 – 65 YEARS

DR.USHA DEVI

DR.SNEHA

A PROSPECTIVE STUDY TO ASSESS THE ROLE OF FIRST TRIMESTER HbA1C LEVEL IN PREDICTION OF GESTATIONAL  DIABETES MELLITUS

DR.PUSHPA KOTUR

DR.SHRUTHI

COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN ORMELOXIFENE AND NORETHISTERONE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF DYSFUNCTIONAL UTERINE BLEEDING : PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED STUDY

DR.SIVAN KUMAR

DR.KALAIVANI

STUDY OF METABOLIC SYNDROME IN WOMEN OF REPRODUCTIVE AGE GROUP WITH POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN SYNDROME

DR.USHA DEVI

DR.RINDA

CORRELATION OF HbA1C LEVELS ESTIMATED AFTER 24 WEEKS OF PREGNANCY WITH PREGNANCY OUTCOME : A PROSPECTIVE STUDY

DR.PUSHPA KOTUR

DR.SIVASARUPA

TO ASSESS USEFULNESS OF SERUM URIC ACID IN FIRST TRIMESTER AS A PREDICTOR FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF GESTATIONAL DIABETES MELLITUS – A PROSPECTIVE STUDY

DR.SIVAN KUMAR

DR.NEELIMA

THE STUDY OF ASYMPTOMATIC BACTERIURIA IN PREGNANCY AND EFFECT OF TREATMENT ON PREGANACY OUTCOME

DR.USHA DEVI