DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SURGERY
HISTORY OF THE DEPARTMENT.
Chengalpattu medical college was started in 1965.Surgery department was upgraded with 4 units.
Postgradute course was started in 1996 and 1 st batch had one 1 postgradute student.Later postgraduate student strength increased to 3 student by 2007.By 2010 postgradute student strength increased to 4 .
The Dynamic department was headed by two Professor with three Associate professors and seven Assistant professors five senior resident and 12 Junior residents.Four surgical units functioning efficiently and serving patients with 24 hours tender care and treatment.
Type of course: 1. Medical 2. Paramedical.
Name of the courses offered:
MBBS- UG course.
MS GENERAL SURGERY postgraduate course.
Eligibility- For UG course – pass in Higher secondary course.
For PG course- pass in MBBS.
UG course : 5 ½ Years.
PG course: 3 Years.
Sanctioned number of seats.
UG course -100 seats.
PG course – 4 seats.
Affiliated University- Tamilnadu DR. Medical University.MGR.
a). State Quota- TNPG Entrance examination and counseling.
b). All India Entrance Quota- All India Entrance examination and counseling.
University examination details:
Every February 1st week- Final MBBS Regular examination.
AUGUST month- Intermediate batch examination.
APRIL 15th – MS First year exams part 1.
APRIL 16th – MS part 2 exams.
Name of the course offered :
Theatre technician course
Eligibility : pass in HSC/10 th
Duration of course : 1 year
Sanctioned no of seats: 20/year
Affiliated University : Tamilnadu DR.M.G.R. Medical university
Selection procedure : TN DR.M.G.R. Medical university selection committee by tamilnadu state govt....
Periodic academic activitesbheld in the department:
1). Journal club Meeting- Every fortnightly.
2). CME every monthly.
3). PG and UG seminars every monthly.
4). Clinical society meeting every monthly.
Also various National Conference papers were presented.
Prizes and Award constituted by the department:
MBBS Medal Exam in Surgery.
No. of units in the department - 4 Units.
OP Days and Timings – All Days in the week between 7.30 AM TO 12.00 PM.
IP Unit & Admission day.
||1st and 3rd unit alternative weeks
||3 rd UNIT
||2nd and 4th UNIT
||All units on rotation basis.
Bed strength of Department: 160 beds
Average O.P – 400 to 500 OP/Day
Average I.P - 50 to 60/Day.
Type of Surgeries performed.
Emergency Trauma and Non Traumatic surgeries.
Salivary gland surgeries.
SSG-Split skin grafting.
Hernia and Hydrocoel surgeries.
Varicose Vein surgeries.
Sebaceous cyst and Lipoma excision
Dermoid cyst excision
Incision and drainage.
Other soft tissue swelling exicision.
Special clinics conducted by the department.
1. Thyroid clinic - Every Friday
2. Breast clinic - Every Tuesday
3. Hernia clinic - Every Wednesday
Department of Anaesthesiology
1. Started on 1965
2. Department of Anaesthesia constituted in 1965 with three trained anaesthetist
3. In 1970, Dr. Devarajan MD.DA., joined as qualified Anaesthetist
4. 1975, 5 posts created of which 3 tutors, one lecturer and one HOD
5. Till 1980, general surgery, O&G surgeries were done
6. After 1980other specialities like plastic surgery. Ortho. ENT, urology were started
7. From 2006, paramedical courses started – one year certificate anaesthesia technician training course – internship for 3 months
8. From 2006, one professor, 3 associate professor, 6 assisstant professor and 6 senior residents
9. 2007 – RCH training started
10. March 2007 – PG course MD Anaesthesiology started – 3 seats
11. MD Anaesthesilogy exam started in April 2010 and being conducted every year
12. October 2011, MCI recognition for MD post graduate course obtained
13. MGR university visit done on 20/12/12 for affliation of post graduate course
Type of course :
Medical : MD Anaesthesiology
Paramedical course : one year certificate anaesthesia technician training course
For MD Anaesthesiology
Eligibility MBBS/ DA
Course duration : 3 yrs for MBBS/ 2 yrs for post DA
Sanctioned no of seats : 3
Affliated university : TN Dr MGR Medical University
Selection procedure : AIPGMEE/ TNPGMEE
one year certificate anaesthesia technician training course
eligibility : minimum12 th std
course duration : 1 yr with internship 3 months
sanctioned no of seats : 30
Affliated university : Board of paramedical education, King institute of preventive medicine and research, Guindy chennai 32
Selection procedure : marks with counselling
Prizes and awards :
Best teacher award from DR MGR university by dr. V. Jayaraman and Dr. Sugantharaj Anuradha
Best Doctor award to Dr. Kumudha Lingaraj and Dr. Mohan Kumar
||Sanctioned no of seats
||Prospectus of the course in pdf format
||one year certificate anaesthesia technician training course
Hod and professor – 1
Associate professor – 2
Assisstant professor – 4
Senior resident - 3
Junior resident- 9
Staff nurses – 14
OT Assistants – 7
Class IV workers – 10
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery was started in 1975 with requisite faculty and infrastructure .
Initially two separate wards were started for male and female Patients. Operation theatre with 2 high quality image intensifiers and C arm Compatible Operation tables.
Surgeries under Chief Minister’s Comprehensive Health Insurance Scheme has been started in February-2012
Regular Clinical classes are conducted for MBBS students.
Future CME's Planned:
1. Common Orthopedic Emergencies
No. of Units in the Department
: All days
7.30 A.M – 12.00 Noon.
IP Unit & Admission – Day
: Unit - I Monday, Thursday
Unit - II Tuesday, ,Friday
Unit III - Wednesday & Saturday
Sunday in rotation.
Average of OP
70,000 per annum
Average of IP
2000 per annum
|Average Number of surgeries
TYPE OF SURGERIES PERFORMED
|600 per annum
- Inter Locking Nailing for long bone fractures
- Plate osteosynthesis
- External fixation for open fractures
Hip arthroplasty, knee arthroplasty
Discectomy,Laminectomy Posterior stabilization of spine for trauma and degenetative disorders
Soft tissue surgeries- tendon repair, tendon lengthening and Bursa Excision.
- Cubitus-varus, Genuvalgum, clubfoot
2. Malunion of Fractures
3. Nonunion of Fractures
Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology
- 24 hours emergency fracture service
- Outpatient Department : Trauma and Orthopaedics
- Physiotherapy, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- Plaster room – Plaster of paris application for fractures
We welcome you to the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. The department of Obstetrics and Gynecology 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.
At present the 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.
We provide comprehensive gynecologic services, including:
v Annual gynecologic exams
v Pap Smears
v Well-woman care
v Adolescent gynecology
v Family planning and contraception
v Breast exams
v Gynecologic cancer screening and colposcopy (uses magnification to view the cervix for abnormalities)
v Evaluation and management of menstrual irregularities
v Evaluation and treatment of PMS
v Management of symptoms of menopause
v We also care for a full range of conditions including pelvic and vaginal infections, sexually transmitted diseases, endometriosis, uterine fibroids, and pelvic pain
All these are undergoing under various clinics:
REGULAR ANTENATAL CLINIC - DAILY
DIABETIC CLINIC - MONDAY
HYPERTENSIVE CLINIC - TUESDAY
HIGH RISK CLINIC - WEDNESDAY
INFERTILITY CLINIC - THURSDAY
CANCER SCREENING CLINIC - FRIDAY
§ VIA , VILI SCREENING
§ COLPOSCOPIC SCREENING
NO OF TEACHING STAFFS
NO OF UNITS : TWO
v PROFESSOR : ONE
v ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR : TWO
v ASSISTANT PROFESSORS : FIVE
v SENIOR RESIDENTS :THREE
v JUNIOR RESIDENTS : SIX
Non Teaching Staff
Technician- Mr. Kolanzi,
Lab Attendant- Mrs. Punniaveni
M.S (Obstetrics & Gynecology)
Para Medical Courses
Diploma in Nursing
No of Seats
M.S (Obstetrics & Gynecology) -2 students per year
Should have acquired MBBS Degree from a recognized University in INDIA
M.S(Obstetrics & Gynecology) - 3 years
Through Tamil Nadu & All India Entrance Exams
The Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University, Chennai.
M.S (Obstetrics & Gynecology)
|Post natal ward
|Department of oncology
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)
Paper I - Obstetrics Including Neonatology
Paper II - Gynaecology Including Family Welfare
Paper III - Recent Advances In Obstetrics And Gynaecology
Long Case & Short Case
Long Case & Short Case
Periodic academic activities
- Review meeting of monthly performances: First week of every month.
- Interesting case presentation: second week of every month.
- Journal club: Third week of every month. Topics recently covered
- PG Symposium: Fourth week of every month: Recent topics.
- PG Clinical discussion: Every Wednesdays routinely by the unit chiefs.
- UG Classes: Daily clinical discussions by unit chiefs in OP Dept.
- Tutorial classes daily by Assistant Professors from 9-10a.m. Apart from this ward clinical discussion and general clinics are also conducted daily.UG S symposiums are held regularly by the respective unit students and moderated by Professors.
Library is equipped with latest journals, including BJOG , AJOG, FOGSI. There are no. 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-2
O.P days & Timings- Daily - 7.30am~12.30pm
I.P Unit & Admission Day (Unit Wise)
Bed Strength of Department-60
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.
The Institute is a training centre for
We are also undergoing ultrasound screening both in the outpatient departments and for the inpatients.
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)
· 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
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 Chief :
Family Welfare Assistant : One
Health Visitor One
Maternity Assistants : Two
Our average census are,
v Out patient - 250/ month
v Inpatient - 250/month
v LSCS with Sterlisation - 120/month
v Interval TAT - 30/month
v Puerperal sterlisation - 100/month
v Copper T insertion - 125/month
v MTP with TAT - 10/month
The family welfare out-patient department is running as,
v POST NATAL CLINIC
v MTP CLINIC
v CONTRACEPTION 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 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 capituria 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, and the permanent method of sterlisation such as,
v PUERPERAL STERLISATION
v LAPROSCOPIC STERLISATION
v INTERVAL STERLISATION
v 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
From the year 2010, as per the National family welfare planning services, we are undergoing post placental IUCD insertion, and post casarean IUCD insertion methods according to the patient wish
Now we are offering CuT 375 Muliload, which can be used for 3 years and also avail CuT 380 A, which can be used for 10 years, and we will offer to the patients according to their needs.
Department of General Medicine
Govt. Chengalpattu Medical College, Chengalpattu,
Started as one of the first departments in clinical side during the start of the Govt. Chengalpattu Medical College & Hospital, Chengalpattu in 1965 ,with adequate faculty and basic infra structure..
On the coming years, as per the guidelines, rules and principles laid in MCI regulations and The Tamil Nadu Dr MGR Medical University norms, the department with the constant support and encouragement of the Government of Tamil Nadu, is experiencing adequate growth in development, patient care, academics, and research activities..
The course offered in our college is the undergraduate medical degree course (MBBS) ,post graduate (PG) M.D , awarded on due compilation by the Medical Varsity as per rules and regulations
The rules and regulations governing the undergraduate degree course are given in the following websites of Directorate of Medical Education, the Tamil Nadu Dr MGR Medical university and the Medical Council of India
www.tnhealth.org ; www.tnmgrmu.ac.in ; www.mciindia.org ;
1. Professor and HOD - one
2. Associate professors - five
3. Assistant professors - seven
4. Senior Residents - four
5. Junior Residents - twelve
Supporting staff include ECG technician, store keeper, stenographer, lab technician and record clerk
Total number of medical units: four (headed by Professor or Associate Professor )
Out patient services: All Days including Government holidays from 730am to 12noon
Emergency patients are attended at casualty 24hours/ 7 days in a week by Casualty Medical Officer and subsequently seen by Medical specialist – Assistant Professor/DAP (Duty Assistant Physician)
Admission days: Monday – unit I/unit III on alternate weeks;
Tuesdays - Unit II
Wednesdays – Unit III
Thursday - Unit IV
Friday - Unit I
Saturday - Unit II/ Unit IV on alternate weeks
Sunday – all units in rotation
Medical OP rooms: male- room no 29; female – room no 30;
Geriatric OP: monday , wednesday and Friday between 10am to 12 noon
Haemophilia OP: Wednesday between 11am to 12noon
Diabetic OP: Monday and Friday between 10am to 12noon
Master health check up – on all government working days between 8am to 12noon with comprehensive health care
?? OP-per day - 366 patients
?? IP-per day - 70 patients
?? OP-per month -11,000 patients
?? IP-per month - 2100 patients
?? OP-per annum - 13200 patients
?? IP-per annum - 25200patients
?? OP-per day - 820 patients
?? OP-per month -6423 patients
?? OP-per annum – 77,076 patients
HAEMOPHILIA CLINIC CENSUS:
?? OP-per week - 4 patients
?? OP-per month -16 patients
?? OP-per annum – 192 patients
1.Daily case discussions and classes for prefinal and final year undergraduate students
by our experienced professor and associate professors .
2.Clinical classes for M.D post graduates after completing ward rounds on daily basis .
3.Basic life support classes every six months for training our medical and para medical
staffs on emergency resucitation , Advanced life support .
4.Journal club discussions on a weekly basis . We discuss about upcoming medical
updates on various fields in various medical journals
5. Clinical society meeting conducted every month , headed by our respected Dean .
A discussion on rare and interesting cases encountered in our routine practice .
CMEs conducted in academic year 2012
1.cme on causes , diagnosis and management of congestive cardiac failure
2.cme on endocrine emergencies including thyroid storm , myxedema coma, addisonian
crisis , hypocalcemic tetany .
3. Symposium on recent advances in management of seizures
4.cme on management protocol of snake envenomation .
Honorary medal exams
1. An important medal exam that is being conducted every year under grant from
Alumini association , CMCH. Exam involves assesing undergraduate medical student
in every aspect of medicine , their clinical knowledge , patient doctor relationship,
theoritical knowledge .
Public awareness programmes:
1. Rally involving health care workers and public with group discussion with theme on prevention of diabetic complications on diabetic day .
2. Awareness compaign conducted by dept of medicine against dengue epidemic .
about management and treatment
3. Cme programme for health care personnel on world AIDS day about systemic
manifestations of HIV infection ..
DEPARTMENT OF DERMATOLOGY VENEREOLOGY AND LEPROSY
LIST OF FACULTY
1. Professor and HOD - Dr.P.Thirumaran
2. Associate Professor - Dr.N.Saravanan
3. Assistant Professor - Dr.S.Murugan
4. Senior Resident - Dr.V.Sridhar
5. Junior Resident - Dr.T.Vanathi
6. Junior Resident - Dr.B.Sarathchandran
7. Junior Resident - Dr.G.P.Rekha
MONDAY – PIGMENTARY DISORDER CLINIC
TUESDAY – AUTOIMMUNE DISORDER CLINIC
WEDNESDAY – PSORIASIS CLINIC, HANSEN’S CLINIC
THURSDAY – CONTACT DERMATITIS CLINIC
FRIDAY – BULLOUS DISORDER CLINIC, HANSEN’S CLINIC
SATURDAY – VITILIGO CLINIC
ALL DAYS – ACNE, STD CLINIC
List of Publications
1) Reduce the window period - Subbian Arunkumar-2013
2) Cutaneous Manifestations Of Rickettsial Infections - Anandan V-2012
3) Partner notification and treatment Institute ofVenereology experience - Subbian Arunkumar-2013
4) Histoid Leprosy A Case Report - Anandan V-2011
5) Subcutaneous fat necrosis of newborn- Anandan V-2012
6)Spouse escaped infant infected- Subbian Arunkumar-2013
7)Prevalence of Sexually Transmitted Diseases(STDs) in High Risk Groups during Master Health Check up in a Government Tertiary Care Hospital, Tamilnadu- Subbian Arunkumar-2013
8)Balanitis and Balanoposthitis-Arunkumar, Murugan S et al -2014-IJRHS
9)Lepromatous leprosy presenting as genital ulcer – Arunkumar, Murugan S et al -2015-JEMDS
10) A retrospective study of the pattern of sexually transmitted infections in males: Viral infections in emerging trend – Murugan Swamiappan, Vijayabhaskar Chandran – 2016-JCDR
11) Pattern of mucocutaneous manifestations of HIV infected patients: A retropective study– Murugan Swamiappan, Vijayabhaskar Chandran – 2016- JEMDS
12) Anogenital pruritus – An overview - Murugan Swamiappan – 2016- JCDR
13) Candidal balanoposthitis – A retrospective study in a tertiary care centre of south India – Murugan Swamiappan, Vijayabhaskar Chandran – 2016-JEMDS
14) A clinicopathological study of neurofibromatosis type ` in a tertiary level care centre- O.H.Hema, R.Sindhuja- 2016-JEMDS
15) Condyloma lata in a child - – Murugan Swamiappan, Vijayabhaskar Chandran – 2016-IJCMPR
16) A STUDY ON CLINICAL PATTERNS OF VITILIGO AND ITS ASSOCIATED DISEASES IN PATIENTS ATTENDING DERMATOLOGY CLINIC AT A TERTIARY LEVEL CARE CENTRE – SARAVANAN N- 2017- JEMDS
LIST OF EQUIPMENTS AVAILABLE :
Facilities for examining smears for bacteria, fungi, mycobacteria and acantholytic cells
a. Light microscope
b. Grams stain.
c. Zeihl- Neelsen’s stain
d. Leishman’s stain
Dark field Microscope
Facilities for electrosurgery and chemosurgery
a. Electrocautery Machine
b. Trichloracetic acid.
c. Radiofrequency gold unit
d. Liquid nitrogen cryo maxi with storage tank
a. Woods lamp
b. Photo therapy whole body unit 12UVA +12NB UVB machine
e. Magna vision floor stand
f. Co2 LASER
g. Intense pulse light system
i. Nd:YAG LASER
1. RADIOFREQUENCY - FOR WART, SKIN TAG, PYOGENIC GRANULOMA, SOLID TUMORS etc.,
2.Nd-YAG LASER- for melasma, tattoo removal.
3.IPL( intense pulse light) - hirsutism, hypertrichosis, skin rejuvenation , vascular malformations.
4. IONTOPHORESIS- hyperhydrosis
5.MICRODERMABRASION – acne scars
6.CHEMICAL PEELING- melasma, post acne scar, xanthelasma, molluscum contagiosum.
7. 100% TCA- verruca vulgaris.
8.VITILIGO SURGERIES- punch grafting, split skin graft
CME/SEMINAR/SYMPOSIA/WORKSHOP CONDUCTED FROM
SEPTEMBER 2015 – TILL DATE
||TYPE OF SESSION
||NO. OF PARTICIPATION
|ROLE OF OMALIZUMAB IN CHRONIC IDIOPATHIC URTICARIA
|SUPERFICIAL FUNGAL INFECTIONS IN DERMATOLOGY
|BACTERIAL INFECTIONS IN DERMATOLOGY
|TOPICAL MEDICATIONS USED IN DERMATOLOGY
|TOPICAL AND SYSTEMIC ANTIFUNGALS IN DERMATOLOGY
|UNDERGRADUATE QUIZ PROGRAMME IN SKIN & STD
|BIOLOGICALS IN DERMATOLOGY
CURRENT RESEARCH ACTIVITIES IN DEPARTMENT OF DERMATOLOGY VENEREOLOGY AND LEPROSY
1. Comparative study on NBUVB alone versus NBUVB with 0.1% Tacrolimus in the treatment of vitiligo
2. A comparative study on efficacy of lowfluence Q-switched Nd-YAG laser and 15% TRICHOLOROACETIC ACID peel in melasma.
DEPARTMENT OF THORACIC MEDICINE
SHORT HISTORY OF THE DEPARTMENTS:
Department of thoracic medicine was initiated in 1980 in this prestigious insitiution., as a full fledged tuberculosis unit under National Tuberculosis programme, & now the department has emerged to not only concern tuberculosis but also for other respiratory diseases like COPD,BRONCHIAL ASTHMA,LUNG CANCER ETC… with specialty care..
The speciality clinic now caters the needs of patients with
Parenchymal lung diseases
With the help attached laboratory with specialized fluorescent AFB bacilli screening and radiographing unit.
Type of course: Medical
PERIODIC ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES HELD IN THE DEPARTMENT:
Research and publications:
1. ICMR PROJECT: Epidemiology, demographic and clinical profile of Tuberculosis patients attending Dept. of thoracic medicine, chengalpattu medical college OPD, has been published.
2. Ongoing thesis, on “Effectiveness of educational Intervention of awareness of Tuberculosis among clients at kanchipuram district” is being conducted with the help of Department.
On an average two continuous medical education programmes are conducted per year for the undergraduates and post graduates, especially one on National tuberculosis day.
No of units in the department: 1
O.P days and timings: Monday to Saturday
From 8.00am to 2.00pm
I.P unit and admission day: admissions made on all the working days under the Department of
Thoracic medicine in medicine wards and comprehensive chief
Minister’s health insurance ward(500 ward)
Average O.P : 120/ day
Average I.P : 5
List of laboratory tests performed: staining of AFB bacilli with specialized fluorescent staining and LED
Average laboratory statistics: 3000/ annum
DEPARTMENT OF THORAIC MEDICINE
FACULTY AVAILABLE AS PER MCI NORMS
DEPARTMENT OF GERIATRIC MEDICINE
The unprecedented increase in human longevity in the 20th century has resulted in the phenomenon of population ageing all over the world. Countries with large population such as India have large numbers of people aged 65 years or more. This population has tripled over the last 50 years in India and will increase relentlessly in the near future. In 2001, the proportion of older people was 7.7% which will increase to 8.14% in 2011 and 8.94% in 2016.
According to 2001 census, there were 75.93 million Indians above the age of sixty years; the projection for next five censuses till the year 2051 are: 95.30 millions (2011), 133.32 millions (2021), 178.59 (2031), and 300.96 Millions (2051).
The problems faced by this segment of the population are numerous owing to the social and cultural changes that are taking place, within our society and the inherent vulnerability of the elderly to develop disease. One major area of concern is the Health of the elderly which requires a comprehensive care of providing preventive, curative and rehabilitative services. Accessibility of health services is very vital for the Elderly.
The specific health problems commonly described among the elderly often leading to loss of functional capacity include; sensory impairment of Vision & Hearing, Mobility disorders, cardiovascular diseases, Cerebrovascular diseases, falls, osteoporosis, diabetes mellitus, cancers, nutritional disorders and mental health problems. The elderly generally suffer from multiple medical illnesses along with social and psychological problems.
In this scenario, there is a need for specialized geriatric health services which recognizes the elderly as being a vulnerable population. The service must educate, to develop and maintain lifestyles which are healthy. It must provide a counselling and medical care facility to look after the needs of the sick elderly. This service should include acute care, long term care and community based rehabilitation.
The Department of Geriatric Medicine at Govt. Chengalpattu Medical College, Chengalpattu was started in May 2011 with one post of Associate Professor . The out patient clinic functions three days week on Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 10.00 AM to 12.00 PM. It is referral OP, Patients are referred from Medical OPD. The sick elderly are admitted in the ward an treated. Medicines are given fortnightly for the convenience of the elders .
Apart from thorough clinical examination, a comprehensive Geriatric assessment is done for the elderly attending the out patient department. The number of patients utilizing the out patient service has been steadily increasing for the past few years.
DEPT. OF GERIATRIC MEDICINE
OUT PATIENT CENSUS
The aim of the Geriatric service is to improve the quality of life and to age gracefully.
DEPARTMENT OF ENT
The prestigious Chengalpattu medical college started functioning as a district head quarters hospital and in 1965 it was elevated to a teaching institution with 250 beds for clinical training. The institution which is 46 years old is the 6th of its kind to be started in Tamil Nadu and was started with the basic departments of Medicine , Surgery , Obstetrics and Gynaecology, ENT, Ophthalmology, Psychiatry & chest medicine. Today the institution has gone to include Cardiology , Neurology , Paeediatric surgery, Plastic surgery and more.
The ENT department that has been functioning since the birth of the hospital was initially in the old building. Currently it is located in the first floor of the OP building. Over the years the department has seen tremendous growth. What started with just one Professor and Assistant professor has now expanded to include a Professor , one Associate professor , one Assistant professors, one Senior residents and two Junior residents..
The department that was functioning with just the basic facilities of puretone audiometry has grown to include modern facilities like laryngoscopy, OAE, BERA.
The department has been constantly involved in teaching activities for the undergraduates from the time the ENT subject was included in the curriculum. Regular weekly classes are taken by the Professor and Assistant professors on various topics according to the curriculum prescribed by the MCI. The chalk & board teaching with which the department started has now advanced to the use of modern aids of teaching such as powerpoint presentations projected with a laptop and LCD projector.
In order to monitor the performances of the students the department conducts regular internal assessments in both theory and clinical. The department also conducts seminars, symposiums and continued medical educations(CME) from time to time on various topics.
PRIZES AND AWARDS:
The ENT department has been conducting Prize Medal Exam from the year 2008 in association with KANGESH BALASUBRANIYAM TRUST.
The trust is headed by Dr. B.Sundarajan M.S. D.L.O. who was the former senior assistant professor of CHMC.
ASHWINI - 2008
HAJIRA - 2009
NANDINI - 2010
SUBASHRI - 2011
PADMASHRI - 2012
No. of units: 1
OP DAYS : Monday to Saturday
Timings: 8.00 am to 12.00 pm
Bed strength: 30
Average OP strength : 120/day
Average IP strength: 26 / day.
TYPES OF SURGERIES PERFORMED:
Tonsillectomy, Septoplasty, Adenoidectomy, Mastoidectomy, Tympanoplasty, Stapedectomy, FESS, Endoscopic DCR, Maxillectomy, Laryngectomy, Thyroidectomy, Submandibular gland excision, Parotidectomy , Tracheostomy, Foreign body removal
LIST OF LABORATORY TESTS:
Brainstem evoked response
CHIEF MINISTER’S COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH INSURANCE SCHEME:
LIST OF SURGERIES PERFORMED UNDER THE SCHEME:
575. Facial nerve decompression
576. Temporal bone excision
565. Hearing aids
577. Microlaryngeal surgery
578. Phono surgery for vocal cord paralysis
579. Laryngo fissurectomy
580. Adenoidectomy-Gromet insertion
581. Uvulo-palato pharyngoplasty
582. Excision of tumors in pharynx
583. Parapharyngeal tumor excision.
584. Excision of benign tumors of node
585. Angiofibroma nose
586. Endoscopic DCR
587. Endoscopic sinus surgery
859. Partial thyroidectomy
861. Subtotal thyroidectomy
862. Total thyroidectomy
HEAD & NECK
844. Branchial cyst excision
845. Branchial sinus excision
850. Removal of sub mandibular salivary gland
853. Excision of thyroglossal cyst fistula
DEPARTMENT OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
Professor - 1
Associate Professor - 1
Assistant Professor - 1
Senior Residents - 1
Junior Residents - 2
Refractionists - 2
Staff nurses - 2
Theatre Assistant - 1
The department was run in the old casualty block since the inception of the medical college hospital. An exclusive eye block was constructed under NPCB and commissioned in 2000. It consists of OP rooms, 30-bedded wards, and operation theatre along with rooms for the faculty and special equipments and lecture /clinical discussion room for students. The OT has 2 wings- one for main surgeries and another for septic surgeries.
EQUIPMENTS AVAILABLE IN THE OPD:
Slit lamp biomicroscopes-3 nos
Applanation tonometry-2 nos
Automated perimetry: Humphrey-1 no.
Auto refractometer/ keratometer- 1 no.
A-scan biometry- 1 no.
ARGON green LASER-1 no.
YAG LASER- 1 no.
Special clinics like glaucoma, cornea , retina and oculoplasty are conducted regularly with the available infrastructure.
EQUIPMENTS IN THE OT:
Operating microscopes - 2 nos
Phacoemulsifier units - 2 nos
Average OPD attendance:
Total no. of patients- 130 to 150/day
Every month about 200 cases are referred from other departments for eye check-up.
Case admissions per year : about 800
Average bed occupancy per day: 85%
Major cases (including cataract/IOL and glaucoma) – about 750/year
Minor cases- about 400/year
All cataract patients undergo IOL surgeries free of cost.
Teaching imparted for medical students (MBBS), nursing students (Diploma and B.Sc ) and paramedical students.
Lectures are conducted with power point presentation.
Interesting cases are presented in the clinical society meetings.
Symposia are conducted with active participation of students.
Cataract cases selected by PMOAs of 10 blocks of Kancheepuram district are admitted for surgery.
CHIEF MINISTER’S HEALTH INSURANCE SCHEME:
Under this scheme, glaucoma surgeries, paediatric cataract surgery and LASER photocoagulation for diabetic retinopathy are being performed.
Department of Pediatrics
History of Department of pediatrics:
The department of pediatrics was started at Chengalpattu medical college in the year 1965as a small unit and presently it has increased its bed strength to 80 inpatient teaching beds in pediatrics with facilities for post graduate training . There is a separate block for pediatrics and neonatology. The neonatal wing of the pediatric department was opened by DrRamaniSivaraman, Director of medical education on the 9th
September 1988. Now There is a separate block for the sick neonatal care .The newCeMONC building was inaugurated in the year 2015.At any point of time about 60 babies of varied medical problems are treated in the unit. The new Pediatric block was opened on 11.02.2004 by Hon. Chief minister Dr J Jeyalalitha. There is a separate outpatient block,presently being constructed near the pediatric block which is likely to be completed in a few months .The department has an intake of 2 MD pediatric seats intake from the year 2007 and from the year 2016 the PG intake has been increased to 4 seats per year.
The department provides facilities for holistic pediatric and neonatal care 24X 7 days, for all 365 days of the year. The department has tertiary care treatment facilities for neonatal and pediatric care.This tertiary care pediatric department caters to the needs of nearby taluk hospitals like Maduranthakam, Kancheepuram , Cheyyur and Thirukkalukundram. The department offers general pediatric care, immunization and sub speciality care like pediatric cardiology, pulmonology, nephrology, neurology , nutrition, endocrine, adolescent clinic, child welfare clinic, well baby clinic, high risk neonatal follow up.The NICU caters to the tertiary care needs of both inborn and outborn babies .Ventilatory support, exchange transfusion and surfactant therapy are available for the needy neonates in the unit. The PICU and NICU has facilities for ventilation, blood gas analysis, bed side echocardiogram and ultrasonogram and other amenities for the sick infants and children.The CMCHIS is implemented in the department for both outpatients and inpatients.
The department is headed by Prof Dr J Sathya . The pediatric department has 2 units of 40 bed strength in each unit. The department has the following faculty
2 Professors , 1 Associate professor , 3 Assistant Professors , 2 senior residents and 6 junior residents.
Best paper award for the paper Low cost interventions to reduce neonatal mortality at the International perinatal care conference at Barcelona, Spain in the year 2001.
Best paper award for the Home based newborn care at the Kancheepuam district of Chengalpattu medical college in the National Neonataology Forum.
Department al activities
The department conducts various teaching programme and training programme for the undergraduate and post graduate students.
Department conducts training programmes for the staff nurses, paramedical and especially in sick new born care.
The department conducts regular academic programmes for the Post graduates in accordance with the MCI requirements.Conducts regular case presentations, journal clubs, group discussions, seminars and CME programmes. The CRRI ‘s posted in the department are given training in BLS and are also involved in teaching programmes during their posting in the department
The pediatric department inco ordination with the anesthesia department conducts BLS courses for the CRRI during the orientation programmes every year.
The research activities/Publications of the department includes the following for the year 2015-16
1. Linking home based new born care to the existing government health system in Tamil Nadu - pilot study
2. A Study on the Clinical Profile Of Scorpion Envenomation In Children
3. Incidence and Risk Factors Contributing to ROP: Study from Neonatal Care Unit – South India
4. Transport From The Community and Preterm Survival:Study From A Rural Based Sick Newborn Care Unit: South India
Post Graduate Dissertation topics
1. Clinicoetiologicalprofile of acute febrile illness with Thromocytopenia in children
2. Clinical and etiological profile of children with community acquired pneumonia.
Other research activities ongoing in the department
1. Snake envenomation and its profile from a pediatric tertiary care center.
2. Effect of chlorhexidine application in umbilical cord in prevention of neonatal sepsis
3. Maternal Yoga therapy to reduce stress among antenatal mothers and outcome of pregnancy
4. Effect of pranayama on child hood asthma.
Statistics for the department :
Year OPD IPD
2012 54,328 17,521
2013 55,638 12,162
2014 54,720 10,581
2015 59,089 13,726
||Name of the Clinic
||Days on which held
High Risk Newborn/Well baby clinic
||8am -12 noon
DENTAL SURGERY DEPARTMENT
Dental surgery department made its inception in the year 1977 in the old block of CMCH to cater to the dental needs of residents of Chengalpet and adjoining areas. The faculty then consisted of one Civil Surgeon and one Assistant Professor. Two and a half decades later the department was upgraded and shifted to the current block in the year 2004. The faculty now consists of one Professor one Associate Professors and two Assistant Professors to cater to the increasing needs of the patient. CMCH Dental OPD is a referral center to all the primary health centres in and around Chengalpet for major Dental issues as it provides from primary to tertiary dental care.
v The Department is provided with three dental chairs to facilitate the dental needs of the patient
v Treatment procedures :
1) Oral Surgery Treatment:
Simple and Complicated oral procedures including extractions, impactions, alveoloplasty being performed under local anaesthesia.
A four bedded facility at the in patient block supports the dental department where an operation theatre along with other medical and surgical specialities is available for major and complicated oro maxillofacial surgical procedures under general anaesthesia.
2) Restorative treatment:
Permanent restoration of decayed teeth with Glass Ionomer Cement, Temporary restoration of decayed teeth with Zinc Oxide Eugenol cement, Root canal treatment for painful decayed tooth and restoration with acrylic crowns, management of fractured anterior tooth with composite restoration are available.
3) Prosthodontic Treatment :
Prosthetic rehabilitation of missing teeth with complete and removable dentures. The in house Dental lab Technician takes care of all the laboratory procedures associated for the fabrication of dental prosthesis.
4) Orthodontic treatment :
Correction of dental discrepancies using removable appliances.
5) Periodontal treatment :
Treatment of gingival inflammation that leads to gingival bleeding and Halitosis through Scaling. Treatment of gingival Enlargement through gingivectomy and gingivoplasty. Treatment of Periodontal problems through Scaling, SRP, and flap surgery.
6) Investigative procedures:
Biopsy done under local anaesthesia for histopathologic investigations and for oral cancer screening procedure.
v Teaching room facility to conduct lecture classes for the pre final medical students.
v Paramedical staff : Services of Dental Lab Technician and Dental Hygienist are available
a. Role of Dental Lab Technician : Laboratory works associated with the fabrication of dental prosthesis ie removable dentures, complete dentures, acrylic crowns, denture repair works etc
b. Role ofDental Hygienist :
§ Maintains sterilization protocol
§ Oral prophylaxis : Patient education and motivation & Scaling
§ Assisting dental surgeon during surgical procedures
v Dental Camps : The faculty and trainees actively participate in the camps conducted in rural areas where patients are screened and referred to the hospital.
A team of faculty members consisting of a Professor, Associate Professor, two Assistant Professor and Senior House Surgeon provide services in academic and clinical fields of dentistry.
Clinical Posting for Pre Final Year Medical Students :
The faculty trains the medical undergraduate students about the importance of maintaining good oral hygiene its relation to oral health and to other medical conditions. Clinical demonstration of out patient procedures followed by lecture classes is held for a period of two weeks which is a part of their academic curriculum.
Training Senior House Surgeons / Special trainees :
Registered dentists who have graduated from private instituitions in and around Chengalpet are provided intensive training for a period of 6 months. Such trainees are also provided with a completion certificate which is used as experience certificate for future employment. Special Trainees conduct seminars once in a month for updating and sharing knowledge. Maximum of 3 special trainees are trained at a particular period of time. Completion of training program requires Poster / Paper Presentation at the Dental Association / at the Department.
Annual census ranges from 20000 to 25000 cases and monthly census is around 2000 to 3000 cases.