|::Departments : Broad Speciality : OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY|
Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology
We welcome you to the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology of Chengalpattu Medical College and Hospital. The department of Obstetrics and Gynecology affiliated to Chengalpattu Medical College dates back to days before 1965. The department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, a part and parcel of CMCH was started as a District Hospital with 250 beds. Soon it bloomed into a Medical College and Hospital with 50 under graduate students in each basic department. Now it is an institution with 100 Undergraduate students in all basic departments with superspeciality in Neurology, Cardiology, Urology and Neurosurgery.
At present the department provides comprehensive antenatal and gynaecological services catering to the population in and around Chengalpattu and Kancheepuram. We provide tertiary care services to all the Taluk hospitals extending from St. Thomas Mount in North to Kelambakkam in East to Acharapakkam in South and Kancheepuram in West.
Our department provides excellent treatment and care for patients with normal and high-risk pregnancies, and we expertly address a wide range of gynecologic and women's health concerns, including: Breast Care, Endometriosis, Family Planning, Fertility & Reproductive
Health, Malignancies, Hysterectomy Alternatives, Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery, Pediatric & Adolescent Gynecology, Pelvic Floor Disorders, Pregnancy & Childbirth, Routine Gynecologic Care and Vulvar Diseases.
F ACULTY DETAILS
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JUNIOR RESIDENTS 18( 6 PER YEAR)
Non Teaching Staff
RECORD CLERK – Ms.TAMILARASI
STENOGRAPHER – Mr.JANAKIRAMAN
STORE KEEPER – Mr. NATARAJAN
SOCIAL WORKER – Mrs. JAYALAKSHMI
All these are undergoing under various clinics:
A NTENATAL CLINIC:
REGULAR ANTENATAL CLINIC DAILY
HIGH RISK AN CLINIC - DAILY
POSTNATAL CLINIC – DAILY
G YNECOLOGICAL CLINICS
GYNAEC CLINIC – DAILY
INFERTILITY CLINIC -DAILY
FAMILY PLANNNG CLINIC - DAILY
CANCER CLINIC – DAILY
MENOPAUSAL CLINIC – SATURDAY
ADOLESCESNT CLINIC – FRIDAY
ENDOCRINE CLINIC – WEDNESDAY
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M.S (Obstetrics & Gynecology) Para Medical Courses Diploma in Nursing
No of Seats
M.S (Obstetrics & Gynecology) -6 students per year
Should have acquired MBBS Degree from a recognized University in INDIA
M.S(Obstetrics & Gynecology) - 3 years
Through NEET PG Entrance Exams
The Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University, Chennai.
M.S (Obstetrics & Gynecology)
|Antenatal ward/PN WARD
|Gynaecology ward/POST OP WARD
|General surgery + URO GYNAEC
|INFERTILITY + USG
|Antenatal ward/PN WARD
|Gynaecologgy ward/POSTOP WARD
|SURGERY + URO GYNAEC
|INFERTILITY + USG
|COLPO + PATH
|Antenatal ward/PN WARD
|Gynecology ward/POST OP WARD
|RADIOTHERAPY + ONCOLOGY
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University Examination details
The examinations for postgraduates are conducted during the month of March and September every year. At the end of first year all postgraduates have to take an examination in basic sciences and the obstetrics and gynaecology theory and clinical examination are taken by them at the completion of their course.
M.S (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Theory Examination
Paper I-Basic science
Paper II - Obstetrics Including Neonatology Paper III - Gynaecology Including Family Welfare
Paper IV - Recent Advances In Obstetrics And Gynaecology
Long Case & Short Case Gynaecology
Long Case & Short Case
OSCE and ward rounds
ON GOING RESEARCH ACTIVITIES
1.TNPHDR(PREGNANCY CARDIAC CASE REGISTRY)
2.COVID RESEARCH ACTIVITIES
Our postgraduates have attended various state and national level conferences and presented papers and posters and won prizes.
- STUDY OF PLACENTAL PATHOLOGY IN COVID POSITIVE PATIENTS
- STUDY ON NEAR MISS CASES IN THE EVENT OF PANDEMIC IN A RURAL TERTIARY CARE CENTRE
- ABG ANALYSIS IN COVID PATIENTS
- PREVALENCE AND CLINICAL STUDY OF COVID 19 POSITIVE PATIENTS IN DEPARTMENT OF OG IN CHMC
- MATERNAL AND FETAL OUTCOME IN COVID POSITIVE ANTENATAL PATIENTS
OGSSICON- POSTER PRIZE WON BY DR.V.MAHALAKSHMI
- Performance meeting – 1st Monday
- Maternal death audit – 2nd Monday
- Perinatal death audit – 3rd Monday
- Hospital infection committee meeting
GRAND ROUNDS and bedside clinics are conducted on routine basis with respective chiefs
- Clinical society meeting every month
- Interesting case discussion – 4th Monday
- Panel discussion CME – 2nd Wednesday
- Journal club – 1st and 3rd Saturday
- Dissertation discussion – 4th Saturday
- PG SYMPOSIUM – alternate Friday ( 1st and 3rd Friday)
- Lecture class – every Thursday
- Clinical discussion – every Tuesday
Library is equipped with latest books and journals, including BJOG , AJOG, FOGSI. There are number of reference books and articles are available for updating the knowledge of the staff and students.
Patient care Services
No of units in the department-3
O.P days & Timings- Daily - 7.30am~12.30pm
I.P Unit & Admission Day (Unit Wise) Bed Strength of Department 100
- Antenatal ward -60 beds
- Gynaecology ward -30 beds
- Postnatal and postoperative wards well equipped
- LABOUR WARD -5+2(CLEAN+SEPTIC)BEDS
- ICU –airconditioned well equipped 6 beds(100% bed occupancy)
- HDU -4 BEDS
The Institute runs Antenatal OPD and screens all pregnant women and will pick up high risk cases.
Some high risk cases being managed are gestational hypertension and its complications like antepartum eclampsia, imminent eclampsia, post partum eclampsia, Epilepsy complicating pregnancy, BOH, Heart disease complicating like RHD, severe anemia with CCF, puerperal
psychosis, PPH both primary and secondary it includes referral cases also, GDM,DM, HIV, HBsAg+ antenatal mothers.there is ICU facilities to give special care for complicated cases.
We have24*7 all laboratory services and blood transfusion facilities
The Institute is a training centre for
- Laparoscopy and minilaparotomy training for medical officers
Routine gynaecological cases like, prolapse, PID, Leucorrhea,DUB,Bartholin cyst, ovarian cyst, PCOD, Primary and secondary infertility, Primary amennorrhoea are treated, adolescent Gynaec OPD is also there and also septic abortion, ectopic pregnancy, twisted ovarian cyst are also treated efficiently.
The Institute is well equipped with neonatology unit with ventilators, exchange
transfusions done, RDS are managed by surfactants USG facilities were available in OPD, Wards, labour wards and in the departments.
Universal screening for GDM is being done routinely; all cases are managed by protocols formed by evidence based medicine Pap smear, cervical biopsy, colposcopy done here.
- Caesarean section (Both emergency and elective)
- Caesarean hysterectomy
- Forceps and Vaccum extraction
- Hysterectomy – Vaginal, Abdominal.
- Tubal recannalisation procedures.
- Wertheims hysterectomy
- Sling surgeries
- Fother gill’s procedure
- Repairs of perineal tears.
- Minor gynaec procedures like dilatation and curettage,fractional curettage,cyst excision and marsupilization,
List of equipment available
- Suction Apparatus-4
- Hysteromat -1
DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY WELFARE
We welcome you to the Department of family welfare. The department of family welfare affiliated to Chengalpattu Medical College dates back to days before 1965, when it was started as a district head quarters hospital with 250beds. Very soon it bloomed out to be a teaching institution with 50 under graduate students.
Family welfare project officer :One Family Welfare Assistant : One Health Visitor One
Maternity Assistants : Two
Our average census are,
v Out patient - 200/ month
v Inpatient -30 -40/month
v LSCS with Sterlisation -150 -200/month
v Interval TAT - 50/month v Puerperal sterlisation - 100/month v Copper T insertion - 800/month MTP with TAT - 30/month
The family welfare out-patient department is running as, POST NATAL CLINIC
Post natal clinic
Post natal clinic is running daily for both the mother and baby, encouraging the mother for the exclusive breast feeding, breast care and encourage for pelvic floor exercises.
MTP clinic is undergoing daily and here MTP is undergoing by the act of MTP and the procedures undergoing are
v MVA v MTP
v MTP with TAT
v MTP with IUCD insertion
These procedures training are given to the primary healthcare medical officers and the district head quarters medical officers and the post graduates in the part of their curriculum.
The couples are offering contraceptive methods under cafetaria method.The couples are counselled about the available method of temporary and permanent method of contraceptions and we will avail their needs.
Condom and oral contraceptive pills are regularly issued to the needful couples .We are availing Emergency contraception to the couples also providing E- pills,chayya antara injections and the permanent method of sterlisation such as,
LAPROSCOPIC STERLISATION INTERVAL STERLISATION
MTP WITH TAT.
All the above mentioned training also be given to the PHC and District Medical Officers and for the staff nurses.
We are adopting the JANANI SURAKSHA and other government schemes as per the government norms.