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PG TEACHING PROGRAMME

YEARLY SCHEDULE OF P.G. TEACHING

Sr. No.

Time Period

Teaching schedule

1.

16th April-15th June

Vacation for class room Teaching, However

  • Microteaching
  • 1 Minute preceptor teaching
  • Case study by all students

to continue.

2.

16th June -15th July

  • Dissertation reading by 3rd year resident.
  • Journal club by 2nd year resident.
  • Lecture series for 1st year resident.
  • Case study & hands on training.

3.

16th July – 15th Sept.

  • Journal & Lecture series continues.
  • Seminar by 3rd year.
  • Appraisal for 1st year in form of MCQ

4.

16th Sept.- 15th Oct.

  • Preparation for scientific presentation at various conferences.
  • Case study & Wards training on

5.

16th Oct.-15th Nov.

 Dipawali Vacation

6.

16th Nov.-15th Feb.

  • Long & short case presentation.
  • Table work like Drugs, E.C.G., A.B.G. etc. by 3rd year.
  • Pilot study for dissertation by 1st year.
  • Dissertation case study, analysing data & writing work by 2nd year.
  • Exam for 2nd year.
  • Mock preliminary exam for 3rd year.

 

7.

16th Feb.-28th Feb.

Problem solving for exam going residents

8.

1st March -15th April

  • Preparation for dissertation presentation by 1st year.
  • 3rd year university exam.

 

EVERY TUESDAY

&

EVERY WEDNESDAY

PG lectures by staff members for first year residents

Seminars/ Case presentations/ Dissertations reading by PG students under the guidance of staff members in presence of full house.

EVERY FRIDAY

Journal club/ Group Discussion.                                                        (Interactive session)

EVERY THURSDAY

Educative programme, Guest lecture (As and when scheduled), Exams and hands on training

EVERY 4th THURSDAY

Meeting for discussion of Morbidity/ Mortality during the month and feedback

 

October to December

Preparation for Scientific papers at state and national level

All the P.G. students are exposed to all the specialities in rotation.


PG TEACHING SCHEDULE FROM JUNE 2008 - FEBRUARY 2009

 

Seminar Topics Dissertation Reading Short Cases Long Cases

 

SEMINAR TOPICS

Date

Topic

Presenter

Guide

 

New CPR

 

Dr.Khare

 

Day care anaesthesia

 

Dr. Wadhwani

 

EtCO2 monitoring

 

Dr. Dubey

 

Vasopressor agents

 

Dr. Aditi

 

Anaesthesia management of posterior fossae tumour

 

Dr. Mamta

 

Awareness during anaesthesia

 

Dr.Kumud

 

Liver transplant

 

Dr. Neha

 

Clinical pathology and management of Pulmonary embolism

 

Dr. Nimisha

 

Trauma case management

 

Dr. Afroza

 

ARDS

 

Dr. Dubey

 

Physiology of coagulation in short & brief outline of management of patient with coagulation disorder

 

Dr. Afroza

 

DISSERTATION READING

DATE

PRESENTER

GUIDE

 

Dr. Geetika

Dr. (MRS.) VN SWADIA

 

Dr. Bardol Krishna

DR. M. R. UPADHYAY

 

Dr. Datta Sohag

DR. (MRS.) M.P.Golwala

 

Dr. Abhishek

DR. (MRS.) M.P.Golwala

 

Dr. Parekh Shrutika

DR. Kavita Lalchandani

 

Dr. Parmar Neelam

DR. Darshana Patel

 

Dr. Patel Bhavin

DR. Swati Bhatt

 

Dr. Kinjal Gujarati

DR. Devyani Desai

 

Dr. Sangani Shruti

Dr. J.C.Vasava

 


PG TEACHING SCHEDULE FROM JUNE 2008 - FEBRUARY 2009

 

SHORT CASES

DATE

TOPIC

PRESENTER

GUIDE

 

A. CATARACT

 

Dr. Khare

 

B. TURP

 

Dr. Swati Bhatt

 

A. # BOTH BONE

 

Dr. Kavita

 

B TONSILLAR ENLARGEMENT

 

Dr.Devyani

 

A. ICD

 

Dr. Vasava

 

B. TRACHEOSTOMY BURNS

 

Dr.Aditi

 

A P.B.C. NECK

 

Dr.Wadhwani

 

B. CLEFT / PALATE

 

Dr.Mamta

 

A.HERNIA WITH HYPERTENSION

 

Dr.Apexa

 

B. NEURO CASE

 

Dr. Dubey

 

OBESITY

 

Dr. Darshana

 

LONG CASES

DATE

TOPIC

PRESENTER

GUIDE

 

Thyroid

 

Dr. M.R.Upadhyay

 

Toxemia of Pregnancy

 

Dr. M.P.Golwala

 

Mitral stenosis

 

Dr. M.R.Upadhyay

 

Wet lung

 

Dr. V.N.Swadia

 

Dry lung

 

Dr. V.N.Swadia

 

C.V.S.

 

Dr. M.R.Upadhyay

 

Obstructive Jaundice

 

Dr. M.P.Golwala

 

Portal Hypertension

 

Dr. M.P.Golwala

 

Diabetes

 

Dr. V.N.Swadia

 

Pregnancy with Anaemia

 

Dr. M.P.Golwala

 

Congenital hernia in paediatric patient

 

Dr. V.N.Swadia

11 & 17th February ’09 - Instruments

18,24 & 25th February ’09 – Drugs, X-Rays & ABG

UG TEACHING PROGRAMME

LIST OF TOPICS FOR INTEGRATED LECTURES

NO.

DATE

TOPIC

TEACHER

DESIGNATION

1

 

 PAC and ASA grading

Dr. M.P. Golwala

Associate Professor

2

 

Local anaesthetic agents and regional anesthesia

Dr. Kavita

Assistant professor

3

 

General introduction and history

Dr. M.R.Upadhyay

Professor

4

 

Premedication

Dr. Dubey

Assistant professor

5

 

Inhalation agents

Dr. Khare

Associate professor

6

 

Induction agents

Dr. Afroza

Assistant professor

7

 

IV fluids and Blood transfusion

Dr. Nimisha

Assistant professor

8

 

Spinal Anesthesia

Dr. Swati

Associate professor

9

 

Epidural and Caudal anaesthesia

Dr. Devyani

Assistant professor

10

 

Endotracheal intubation and airway management

Dr. Kumud

Assistant professor

11

 

O2 therapy and post operative complications

Dr. R.D.Wadhwani

Assistant professor

12

 

Cardiac arrest

Dr. Vasava

Associate professor

13

 

Muscle relaxants

Dr. Neha Jain

Tutor

14

 

Reversal Agents and recovery from anesthesia

Dr. Reena

Tutor

15

 

ICU

Dr. Apexa

Assistant professor

16

 

Anesthesia machine and instruments

Dr. Neha

Assistant professor

17

 

Peripheral nerve blocks

Dr. Darshana

Assistant professor

18.

 

Monitoring during anaesthesia

Dr. Mamta

Assistant professor

19.

 

Pain management

Dr.Aditi

Assistant professor

20.

 

Monitored anaesthesia care

Dr.Mrs.V.N.Swadia

Professor  &  Head

 


UNDER GRADUATE CLINICAL POSTING
_______________ BATCH

FROM_________ TO _________

Sr. No.

Topic

Place

Teacher

1

Introduction and Orientation

CR/ OT

 

2

PAC/ Anaesthesia Risk/ Medicolegal aspects/ Preoperative preparation/ Premedication

CR/ OT

 

3

Anaesthesia delivery system and monitors/ theatre preparation/ anaesthesia trolley preparation

CR/ OT

 

4

IV infusion of various fluids and Blood transfusion

CR/ OT

 

5

Spinal and Epidural Anaesthesia

CR/ OT

 

6

Oxygen therapy/ Post operative care and complications/ SICU

CR/ OT

 

7

Airway management and intubation/ demonstration on mannequins

CR

 

8

CPR – BLS and ACLS

CR

 

9

Peripheral nerve blocks/ Local Anaesthetic agents – dosage and toxicity

CR/ OT

 

10

Management of unconscious patient – ICU

 

11

Complete Case management under general anaesthesia– group discussion

 

12

Drugs and Instruments

 

13

Exam

 

 

  • CR – Clinical Room Lectures & Demonstration on CPR – 10.00-11.30 AM
  • OT – Operation Theatre Practical demonstration of anaesthesia - 8.30-10.00AM
  • Practical training on monitors in operation theatre & ICU.
  • Record book is to be maintained.
  • Two Days in each OT by rotation (C OT/ D OT/ ENT OT/ ORTHO OT/ GYNAEC OT)
  • Ward posting and training on Mannequins.
  • Ward exam at the end of ward posting.
  • Integrated Lectures.
  • Prelim theory examination.

 

1993

Sr.No.

PG.Student

P.G. Teacher

Dissertation

1.

Dr.Heena Patel

Dr.S.S.Sabnis

Management of anaesthesia in major headand neck surgeries.

2

Dr.Kalpana Shah

Dr.H.H.Rawal

Comparative study of plain E/A VS balanced E/A for pain relief in pts of abd. surgery

3

Dr.Darmendra  Kesaria

Dr.R.M.Upadhyay

Comparative study of various mixture of lignocain+bupivacain in subarachnoid block.

4

Dr.Neeta Chaudhari

Dr.M.P.Golwala

Use of continuous ketamin infusion inbalanced Anaesthesia

5

Dr.Chetan Shah

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Double blind study of compariting lignocaine HCL 5% 2cc (100mg) with 3 cc (150mg) in spinal anaesthesia.

6

Dr.Mahesh Choksi

Dr.H.J.Patel

Comparative study of alkalinised and non alkalinised .5% bupivacaine heavy for spinal anaesthesia.

7

Dr.Neeta Bhatt

Dr.S.S.Sabnis

Effect of oral citrate sodium and tabranitidine on gastric pH and volume in obstetric patient.

8

Dr.Hitesh Brahambhatt

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Difficult endotracheal intubation

9

Dr.Mathew V.Patteril

Dr.R.M.Upadhyay

Comparative evaluation of atropine + glycopyrollate as a premedicant in per oral endoscopy.

1994

Sr.No.

PG.Student

P.G.Teacher

Dissertation

1.

Dr. Shukdev Chandarana

Dr.H.J.Patel

A comparison between Mivacurium and Suxamethonium

2.

Dr. Gopal S. Parikh

Dr.H.J.Patel

A comparison between hyperbaric bupivacaine and hyperbaric tetracaine in spinal anaesthesia

3.

Dr. Ramkumar P.

Dr.M.P.Golwala

Femoral nerve block in the initial management of fracture shaft femur

4.

Dr. Falguni Mehta

Dr.M.P.Golwala

Comparison of vecuronium and pancuroniumin pediatric anaesthesia

5.

Dr. Archana Paradkar

Dr.M.P.Golwala

Comparison of post operative pain relief with intrathecal morphine, buprenorphine and pethidine.

6.

Dr. Gurmeet Bedi

Dr.H.H.Rawal

A study of spinal anaesthesia in pediatricpatients

7.

Dr. Trupti D. Shah

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Clinical comparison of atracurium besylate and vecuronium bromide with pancuronium bromide

8.

Dr. Trupti H. Fazalia

Dr.R.M.Upadhyay

The effect of injection nitroglycerine drip for controlled hypotension in orthopaedic  spine surgeries.

9.

Dr. Amit P. Shah

Dr.S.S.Sabnis

Post operative pain relief in pediatric patients by regional analgesia

10.

Dr. Manish B. Shah

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Postop pain relief – comparison of single dose injection diclofenac, injection ketorolac and inj.Tramadol

1995

Sr.No.

PG.Student

P.G. Teacher

Dissertation

1

Dr. Kavita U. Vakil

Dr. H.J.Patel

Comparisionof oral and parentral Preanaesthetic medication in children for adenotonsillectomy

2

Dr. Rakesh shah

Dr.H.H.Rawal

A study of epidural tramadol for post operative pain relief

3

Dr. Thakor V. Vankar

Dr.R.M.Upadhyay

A study of changes in blood viscosity and plasma fibrinogen following anaesthesia with
halothane, oxygen, N2O and pancuronium

4

Dr. Hetal A Parikh

Dr.S.S.Sabnis

Comparison of cardiovascular response to laryngoscopy with different doses of lignocaine. 

5

Dr. Sanyogita S. Ghorpade

Dr.H.H.Rawal

Comparison of single shotepidural Tramadol HCL and buprenorphine for pain relief in day care surgery.

6

Dr. Rekha Bhatia

Dr.R.M.Upadhyay

A study of combined spinal epidural block verses spinal and epidural block for lower limb
orthopaedic surgery.

7

Dr. Kumud B. Thorat

Dr.S.S./Sabnis

Effect of preoperative intramuscular administration of diclofenac on suxamethonium
induced myalgia.

1996

Sr.No.

PG.Student

P.G. Teacher

Dissertation

1.

Dr. Santosh Dubey

Dr.R.M.Upadhyay

A study of intubating conditions and anaesthetic management in faciomaxillary injuries.

2.

Dr. Trupti Shah

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Attenuation of hemodynamic response to laryngoscopy and intubation in hypertensive patients comparison between S/L nifedipine
and iv lignocaine.

3.

Dr. Shaila Majumudar

Dr.H.J.Patel

Control of hypertensionand Tachycardia induced by Laryngoscopy and intubation, role Of esmolol HCL.

4.

Dr. Bhadresh Shah

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Total iv anaesthesia in day care Surgery comparison between Thiopentone sodium alone and Thiopentone + Ketamine

5.

Dr. Shilpa Amin

Dr.H.J.Patel

Ondensetron as an antiemeticin Prevention of post operative Nausea and vomiting.

6

Dr.Namrata

Dr.M.R.Upadhyay

 

7.

Dr. Tarun S. Waghela

Dr.M.P.Golwala

Oral ketamine as preanaesthetic Medication in pediatric patient.

1997

Sr.No.

PG.Student

P.G. Teacher

Dissertation

1.

Dr. Neha A. Parikh

Dr.H.J.Patel

Comparison of three devicesfor Oxygen administration in the Post operative period by using Pulse oxymeter.

2.

Dr. Devyani J. Desai

Dr.M.R.Upadhyay

Intrathecal ketamine for surgery.

3.

Dr. Mamta G. Patel

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Study of isoflurane and its Comparison with halothane in Pediatric anaesthesia.

4.

Dr. Pramila Shukla

Dr.R.M.Upadhyay

Comparison of single space needle Through needle and double space Technique of CSE in orthopaedic Patients.

5.

Dr. Manisha Deshkar

Dr.M.R.Upadhyay

Subarachnoid block with 0.5% Bupivacaine, the effect of baricity And posture.

6.

Dr. Aditi Dhimar

Dr.H.H.Rawal

Balanced analgesia in major Abdominal surgery.

1998

Sr.No.

PG.Student

P.G. Teacher

Dissertation

1.

Dr. Swati Apte

Dr.H.H.Rawal

Auto transfusion using normovola- Mic haemodilution in surgical Patients.

2.

Dr. Nita Bose

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Post operative pain reliefin paediatric patients with single dose of Intra muscular tramadol and
Diclofenac sodium.

3.

Dr. Vijay Chauhan

Dr.M.P.Golwala

Study of post op pain relief with 0.5% bupivacaine pack and 4% Lignocaine spray in paediatric Patient undergoing tonsillectomy.

4.

Dr. Bhavini Desai

Dr.H.H.Rawal

Elective post operative supportive Ventilatory therapy.

5.

Dr. Anuradha Gupta

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Comparison of postop analgesiain paediatric patient using 0.125% and 0.25% bupivacaine in caudal
epidural block.

6.

Dr. Alka Lal

Dr.M.R.Upadhyay

Efficacy of topical timololto Prevent intra ocular pressure
response to scoline and tracheal intubation.

7.

Dr. Saikat Sengupta

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Clinical comparison of pipacuronium bromide with vecuronium bromide.

8.

Dr. Pallavi Thakkar

Dr.H.J.Patel

Comparison of bupivacaine-ligno caine-adrenaline and bupivacaine-ketamine-adrenanline mixture in caudal anaesthesia in paediatric orthopaedic and surgical procedure for operative and post operative analgesia.

9.

Dr.Jyoti Bhide

Dr.H.J.Patel

 

1999

Sr.No.

PG.Student

P.G. Teacher

Dissertation

1.

Dr. Dhaval Shah

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Midazolam as an inductionagent, comparison with thiopentone sodium.

2.

Dr. Brinda Talati

Dr.M.R.Upadhyay

Comparison of intravenous mida- Zolam and diazepam as pre-Medicant in short surgical
Procedures.

3.

Dr. Mitesh Shah

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Priming studies with rocuroniumand vecuronium.

4.

Dr. Parag Modi

Dr.R.M.Upadhyay

Interscalene approach of brachial plexus block for upper limb surgery.

5.

Dr. Hitesh Parekh

Dr.M.P.Golwala

Comparison of vecuronium bromide and atracurium in paediatric patients.

6.

Dr. Vipul Kamani

Dr.R.M.Upadhyay

Comparative study of bupivacaine 0.25% and bupivacaine 0.25% + tramadol as labour analgesia in
primi patients.

7.

Dr. Dipali Khot

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Intranasal ketamine aspre - medication in children.

8.

Dr. Sonal Gothi

Dr.R.M.Upadhyay

Effect of nitroglycerine drip and esmolol drip for controlled hypotension in orthopaedic spine surgery.

9.

Dr. Sejal Modi

Dr.M.P.Golwala

Anaesthetic considerations in patients with pre-eclamptic toxaemia.

10.

Dr. Lopa Shah

Dr.R.M.Upadhyay

Pre-emptive analgesiain laprohysteroscopy with
intramuscular diclofenac sodium.

11.

Dr. Shahnavaz Shekh

 Dr.H.J.Patel

Low dose ketamine infusion as labour analgesia in multipara.

12.

Dr. Prarthana Joshi

Dr.M.P.Golwala

Post operative pain relief with buprenorphine in brachial plexus block.

2000

Sr.No.

PG.Student

P.G. Teacher

Dissertation

1.

Dr. Minesh Barochia

Dr.H.J.Patel

Comparison of PCEA with fentanyl with PCA fentanyl for post thoracotomy pain relief.

2.

Dr. Panna Patel

Dr.R.M.Upadhyay

Combined spinal epidural anaesthesia for gyanaecological surgery.

3.

Dr. Prashant Sagar

Dr.H.J.Patel

Oral clonidine as preanaesthetic Medication for ophthalmic surgeries under local anaesthesia.

4.

Dr. Manoj
Subramanyam

Dr.M.R.Upadhyay

Clinical comparison ofthoracic epidural analgesia and intraplural analgesia for post thoracotomy
pain relief.

5.

Dr. Sanjay Shah

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Oral midazolam as premedication in children.

6.

Dr. Shital Shah

Dr.M.P.Golwala

Comparison of crystalloids and Colloids for preloading in spinal Anaesthesia for lower abdominal
surgeries.

7.

Dr. Harjot Singh

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Comparison of recovery characteristics of  propofol and thiopentone sodium in day care short urogenital surgeries.

8.

Dr. Divya Shrivastava

Dr.R.M.Upadhyay

Study of epidural bupivacaine 0.25% with tramadol hydrochloride For labour analgesia in primipara.

9.

Dr. Kanan Jagani

Dr.  H. J. Patel

Postop pain relief with intrathecal Buprenorphine vs buprenorphine with midazolam for lower abdominal surgeries.

10.

Dr. Niraj Patel

Dr. (Mrs). M. P.
Golwala

Comparison of nasal ketamine and Nasal midazolam as premedication.

2001

Sr.No.

PG.Student

P.G. Teacher

Dissertation

1.

Dr.Sunil Chhajwani

Dr. (Ms). H. J.
Patel

Clinical comparison of Atracurim Besylate & Cisatracurium Besylate(A study of  50 cases).

2.

Dr.Afroza Khan

Dr.R.M.Upadhyay

Control of Haemodynamic responses induced by laryangeal & tracheal intubation : Role of Nitorglycine
& Esmolol.

3.

Dr.M.Basker

Dr.M.P.Golwala

Induction ,Intubating condition & Recovery characteristics of Sevoflu rane in Paediatric surgical patient: A compariosn with Halothane.

4.

Dr.Dilip Tadvi

Dr.M.R.Upadhyay

Effect of Metoclopramide on induction dose requirement of Thiopentone sodium.

5.

Dr.Pranali Shah

Dr.H.J.Patel

A study of comparison of onset/offset, Effects & Side effects of two different doses of Mivacurium
chloride(BW-B-1090U) with use & evaluation of Double burst stimula tion(DBS) for intubation.

6.

Dr.Neetu Jain

Dr.M.R.Upadhyay

A study of Peribulbur Anaesthetic technique for cataract extraction.

7.

Dr.Ritu Lal

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Comparison of two doses of midazolam as intranasal premedication for brief paediatric procedures.
(0.2mg/kg  & 0.3mg/kg)

8.

Dr.Ashish Shah

Dr.R.M.Upadhyay

A study of propofol as a total intravenous  anaesthetic agent in day-care short surgical procedures.

9.

Dr.Rohit Misrry

Dr.R.M.Upadhyay

Intravenous regional anaesthesia:A comparative study of Lignocaine 0.5% & Lignocaine 0.5% with
Tramadol 50mg.

10.

Dr.Bimal Chhaya

Dr.M.R.Upadhyay

Cardiovascular responses to insertion  & removal of Laryngeal Mask Airway(LMA) : A comparation
with Endotracheal tube-Intubation & Extubation

December- 2001

1.

Dr. Subhash Chander

Dr. Hima .J.
Patel

A comparative study between blind parasthesia technique  verses peripheral nerve locater for locating brachial plexus by supraclavicular technique.-Studyof 120 cases. 

2.

Dr.Bhavesh.K.
Dalwadi

Dr(Mrs). M. P.
Golwala

A comparison of preoperative and post operative use of 10% Lignocaine aerosol for post tonsillectomy pain relief in paediatric patients.

3.

Dr. Manish Jagia

Dr. R.M.Upadhyay

Comparison of haemodynamic changes and attenuation of laryngeal reflexes with thiopentone and Propfol for laryngeal mask airway insertion

4.

Dr.Ritesh J.Shah

Dr.M.P.Golwala

Continuous intravenous propofol infusion For sedation and amnesia during regional anaesthesia: A dose response study

June- 2002

Sr.No.

PG.Student

P.G. Teacher

Dissertation

1

Dr. Harshal V.Dave

Dr.M.P.Golwala

Effect of alkalinization Of lignocaine 1.5% in Axillary brachial plexus block

2

Dr. Kamlesh Tailor

Dr.R.M.Upadhyay

A coparison of Epidural analgesia during Labour : Bupivacaine 0.25% versus Bupivacaine 0.125% + Fentanyl 2 mcg/ml

3

Dr.Vigish Venugopal

Dr.M.P.Golwala

PCEA for post thoracotomy analgesia: Comparison of tramadol and tramodol with bupivacaine 0.125%

4

Dr.Ashwini Navangul

Dr.R.M.Upadhyay

Propofol for induction and maintenance Of anaesthesia- Comparison with Thiopentone & isoflurane-astudy of 50
cases undergoing mastoidactomy

5

Dr.Vinay Gosai

Dr.H.J.Patel

Comparison of post operative analgesia in Paediatric patients using bupivacaine, bupivacaine with tramadol and
bupivacaine with midazolam in caudal epidural block.

6

Dr.Harsh Patel

Dr.H.J.Patel

Comparison of two methods for brachial Plexus localization ( blind paraesthesia versus peripheral nerve stimulator) through interscalene approach

7

Dr. Hiren Dholakia

Dr.M.R.Upadhyay

Intrathecal Pentazocineas a sole Anaesthetic agent : A comparison with Intrathecal lignocaine 5% heavy

8

Dr.Sachin Shah

Dr. R.M.Upadhyay

Changes in blood viscocityin paediatric Patients under general anaesthesia: A Comparison between halothane and isoflurane

December- 2002

1

Dr.Jigna shah

Dr.H.J.Patel

A Comparison of induction,intubation, maintenance and recovery profile of Sevoflurane with Isoflurane in pediatric patients.

June- 2003

Sr.No.

PG.Student

P.G. Teacher

Dissertation

1

Dr.Reena Parekh

Dr.H.J.Patel

Vertical paracoracoid blockade v/s perivascular
axillary blockade – a clinical study for Brachial plexus blockade

2

Dr.Gurpreet Panesar

Dr.M.P.Golwala

Comparison of continuous IV Propofol & Midazolam infusion foe sedation & amnesia during spinal anesthesia.

3

Dr. Biren Shah

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Epidural Midazolam with Bupivacaine- optimaldose for post operative pain relief.

4

Dr.Manmeet Sandhu

Dr.P.Khare

Comparative study between intrathecal Bupivacaine 0. 5% with Neostigmine  (50,75,100 mg)  v/s Bupivacaine 0. 5% alone on the sensory, motor blockade and post operative analgesia.

5

Dr. Abdullah M Shaikh

Dr.R.M.Upadhyay

The effect of speed of injection on induction with Propofol & maintenance of anesthesia with Propofol infusion.

6

Dr. Ruchika Sharma

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Propofol anesthesia for pediatric ambulatory surgery : comparison with Thiopentone and Halothane.

7

Dr.Ashish Gandhi

Dr.H.J.Patel

Attenuation of pressor response to intubation by Magnesium sulphate in patients with PIH undergoing LSCS. A comparison with Lignocaine.

8

Dr. Hetal D.Shah

Dr.R.M.Upadhyay

Comparison of two doses of oral Clonidine as a premedicant for Attenuation of pressor response to Laryngoscopy.

December- 2003

1

Dr.Gaurang Barot

Dr.M.R.Upadhyay

Caudal epidural analgesia for post operative pain relief in pediatric patients. Comparison of Bupivacaine + Tramadol with Bupivacaine + Buprenorphine.

2

Dr.Hemang Gandhi

Dr.P.Khare

Comparison of IV Lignocaine and Fentanyl for Attenuation of pressor response to Laryngoscopy & Intubation.

3

Dr.Rajat Agrawal

Dr.M.R.Upadhyay

Comparative evaluation of Bupivacaine with Fentanyl in Spinal Anesthesia.

4

Dr.Dharmesh Agrawal

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Comparative evaluation of  Propofol-Ketamine and Propofol- Fentanyl in minor surgery.

June- 2004

Sr.No.

PG.Student

P.G. Teacher

Dissertation

1

Dr.Sunita Makwana

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Evaluation of Butorphanol via Brachialplexus block for upper limb surgeries.          

2

Dr.Prachi Naik

Dr.M.P.Golwala

Attenuation of hemodynamic  responseto Laryngoscopy & Intubation in hypertensive patients- A comparison between IV Diltiazem and Fentanyl.

3

Dr. Kanaiyalal Patel.

Dr.H.J.Patel

Butorphanol for premedication – acomparison of two doses. 20 mcg / kg and  40 mcg/kg.

4

Dr.Samir Barot

Dr.M.P.Golwala

Comparison of Ondansetron with Metoclopramide for PONV in laparoscopic surgery. A study of 50 cases.

5

Dr.Kiran Jaiswal

Dr.R.M.Upadhyay

Comparative study of 25G, 27G & 29G  Spinal needle for spinal anesthesia and post dural puncture headache.

6

Dr.Reena Desai

Dr.M.R.Upadhyay

Comparative evaluation of extraduralBupivacaine 0.125% v/s Bupivacaine 0.0625% with Fentanyl 2 mcg/kgas continuous infusion for labour analgesia.

7

Dr.Dhruva Patel

Dr.H.J.Patel

Anterior sciatic nerve block in combination with Femoral or Saphenous nerve block for unilateral lower limb surgeries.

8

Dr.Sonali Shelat

Dr. P. Khare

Comparison of Thiopentone v/s  Propofol as anesthetic agent in modified  electro convulsive therapy.

9

Dr.Manoj Parikh

Dr.M.P.Golwala

Comparative study of 0.5% Lignocaine and 0.25% Lignocaine with Tramadol  and Pancuronium for IVRA.60
cases.

10

Dr.Nitin Mahantshetty

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Comparative study of Sevoflurane & Isofluranein preschool children for induction, maintenance & recovery. 60 cases

11

Dr.Kamalprakash. V.
Gupta

Dr.R.M.Upadhyay

Comparison of Tab. Mosapridev/s Tab. Metoclopramide for prevention of PONV

December- 2004

1

Dr.Alka Shah

Dr.H.J.Patel

Comparative evaluation of effect of Vecuronium and Succinyl choline on Intraocular pressure.

2

Dr.Jigar Shah

Dr.M.R.Upadhyay

Effect of addition of Tramadol to mixture of local anesthetics in Axillary brachial plexus block.

June- 2005

Sr.No.

PG.Student

P.G. Teacher

Dissertation

1

Dr.Nitin Patni

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Comparison of two premedication regimes on the
effect of Propofol anesthesia

2

Dr.Divyesh Patel

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Sevoflurane for Day care anesthesia.Comparison with Propofol.

3

Dr.C.Subramanium

Dr.J.C.Vasava

Anticipation of difficult intubation.100cases

4

Dr.Komal Prajapati

Dr.M.R.Upadhyay

The influence of intrathecal Fentanyl on subarachnoid block for caesarean section

5

Dr.Piyadarshini M.Bentur

Dr.M.P.Golwala

Comparison of Propofol & Thiopentone sodium in induction and recovery during Endoscopy. 60 cases.

6

Dr.Reena Agrawal

Dr.H.J.Patel

Post-Thoracotomy pain relief- Injection Butorphanol via continuous IV infusion v/s intermittent IM injection.

7

Dr.Snehal M.Shah

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Post operative pain relief via IM route-comparison of NSAID with Cox-2 inhibitor.60 cases. 

8

Dr.Chandrika Sharma

Dr.P.Khare

Comparative study between intrathecal hyperbaric Lignocaine 5% with Midazolam(2mg)  and hyperbaric Lignocaine 5% with Fentanyl on intra operative SA characteristics & early post operative pain relief.

9

Dr.Aparna Agrawal

Dr. P.Khare

Comparative study between intrathecal hyperbaric xylocaine 5% with midazolam(2mg) and xylocaine alone on intra operative spinal blockade characteristics and early post operative pain relief.

June- 2006

Sr.No.

PG.Student

P.G. Teacher

Dissertation

1

Dr.Monika Kothari

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Balanced general anesthesia for Laparoscopic surgeries. Butorphanol v/s Fentanyl.

2

Dr. Seema Desai

Dr.J.C.Vasava

Caudal epidural anesthesia for paediatric surgeries. 50 cases

3

Dr. Namrata Shah

Dr.H.J.Patel

Study of efficacy and safety of oral clonodine as an adjuvant to Bupivacaine spinal anesthesia.

4

Dr.Shilpin Solanki

Dr.P.Khare

Comparison of Propofolalone v/s Propofol with low dose scoline to evaluate LMA insertion

5

Dr.Hiten Mistri

Dr. J.C.Vasava

Comparative study of Thoracic paravertebral block and Thoracic epidural anesthesia for breast surgery.

6

Dr.Nupur Oza

Dr.M.P.Golwala

Comparison of Ondensetron v/s Combination of Dexamethasone & Ondensetron for prevention of PONV in diagnostic gynecological laparoscopic surgery.

7

Dr.Kanu Kataria

Dr.M.R.Upadhyay

The influence of Intrathecal Tramadol on the characteristics of subarachnoid block for surgery of Hernia, hydrocele & Acuteappendicitis.

8

Dr.Rashmi Chhabra

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Post operative pain relief via epidural opioids for abdominal and lower limb surgeries.( Butorphanol v/s Fentanyl)

December- 2006

1

Dr.Kamlesh kumar

Dr.Devyani Desai

Caudal epidural and post operative analgesiain
paediatric patients (comparative study of two different doses of fentanyl in 60 cases)

2

Dr.Surendra Chhabra

 

 

June- 2007

Sr.No.

PG.Student

P.G. Teacher

Dissertation

1

Dr.Arun P Singla

Dr.M.R.Upadhyay

Control of emetic episodes during caeserian delivery under SA. A comparison of low dose Propofol infusion v/s Metoclopramide bolus

2

Dr.Alok K Sonthalia

Dr.Devyani Desai

The influence of Intrathecal Midazolam on subarachnoid block for caeserian section.  

3

Dr.Kishor Rupani

Dr.V.N.Swadia

A comparative study of Thoracic lumbar paravertebral block v/s Hernia block for inguinal Hernia surgeries.

4

Dr.Hemal P Prajapati

Dr.M.R.Upadhyay

Subarachnoid block with 2% Isobaric Xylocaine: a comparison with 5% Hyperbaric Xylocaine.

5

Dr.Kashmira Pander

Dr.M.P.Golwala

A comparative study of Preoperative bilateral infraorbital nerve block with peri incisional infiltration for post operative pain relief in cleft lip surgery in pediatric patients.

6

Dr. Meenaxi Garg

Dr.J.C.Vasava

Evaluation of addition of Ketamine to intrathecal
bupivacaine in lower limb orthopedic surgery.

7

Dr.Falguni Chaudhri

Dr.Kavita Lalwani

Prevention of pain on propofol injection in children. Comparative study of pre-treatmentwith Ketamine, Tramadol & Normal saline.

June- 2008

Sr.No.

PG.Student

P.G. Teacher

Dissertation

1

Dr.Kiran Prajapati

Dr.M.R.Upadhyay

The influence of additionof Sufentanyl to bupivacaine 0.5% heavy on various characteristics of subarachnoid block when given in patients undergoing Vaginal of Abdominal Hysterectomy

2

Dr.Neeti Dogra

Dr.Kavita Lalwani

Post operative analgesia:Comparison of unilateral Intercostal nerve block with Inj. Diclofenac Na
following Thoracic & abdominal surgeries.

3

Dr.Vishal B Shrimali

Dr.J.C.Vasava

Pediatric post operative analgesia. Comparison of caudal Bupivacaine & Rectal Diclofenac for post operative pain relief.

4

Dr.Kartik B dhami

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Insertion of Laryngeal mask airway. (Sevoflurane v/s Propofol)

5

Dr.Akash Chavda

Dr.M.P.Golwala

Comparison of oral Clonidine & IV Esmolol for attenuation of stress response to laryngoscopy and intubation in middle ear surgery.

6

Dr. Kamal Lashkari

Dr.Swati Bhatt

Prophylactic IM Ephedrine for prevention of hypotension due to SA. Comparison between two different doses 0.25mg/kg and 0.5 mg/kg with placebo.

7

Dr.Snehal Chaudhri

Dr..Darshana Patel

Rectal Diclofenac Na v/s IM Diclofenac for perioperative analgesia in pediatric patients.

8

Dr. Alok Sahoo

Dr.Devyani Desai

Oral clonidine in children. Efficacyas premedicant and effect on post operative recovery. Comparison of two different doses 3mcg/kg and 4 mcg/kg.

June- 2009

Sr.No.

PG.Student

P.G. Teacher

Dissertation

1

Dr.Raghvendra Saya

Dr.V.N.Swadia

Proseal Laryngeal Mask Airway. (PLMA) Propofol versus Sevoflurane for insertion of PLMA

2

Dr.Kusuma Sankheshwar

Dr.M.R.Upadhyay

Comparison of Rocuronium Bromide with Suxamethonium Chloride for Tracheal intubation

3

Dr.Sridhar N.V.

Dr.M.P.Golwala

The efficacy of Dexamethasone added as an adjuvant to local anaesthetics in brachial plexus block for post operative analgesia

4

Dr.Parag Savsani

Dr.M.P.Golwala

Subarachnoid block with low dose Bupivacaine and Fentanyl  in controlled Hypertensive female patients undergoing vaginal hysterectomy.

5

Dr.Mrunalini  Patel

Dr.J.C.Vasava

Haemodynamic changes during laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Effect of oral clonidine premedication

6

Dr.Tejas Kanzaria

Dr.Swati Bhatt

Propofol based anaesthesia as compared with standard anaesthesia technique for middle ear surgery

7

Dr.Dixit Modh

Dr.Kavita Lalwani

Post operative analgesia; Comparison of Inj.Sufentanyl with Inj Fentanyl via epidural route in thoracic & upper abdominal surgeries

8

Dr.Megha Garg

Dr.Devyani Desai

Supraclavicular brachial plexus block with or without midazolam

9

Dr.Neha Jain

Dr.Darshana Patel

The influence of addition of intrathecal sufentanyl to hyperbaric bupivacaine in caesarean section

Total Number Of PG Students Yearwise

Year

MD

DA

2008

9

2

2007

9

2

2006

9

2

2005

9

2

2004

9

2

2003

January

2

4

 

June

11

5

 

December

2

8

 


 

         
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