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The Ganga Ram Institute for Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (GRIPMER)

Academic Programme
JanuaryJune 2013

Sir Ganga Ram Hospital


New Delhi

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CONTENTS

Foreword iii Preface v Academics 1 Anaesthesiology, Pain and Perioperative Medicine 7 Biochemistry 11 Cardiac Surgery 12 Centre of Medical Genetics 14 Clinical Haematology 15 Clinical Microbiology and Immunology 17 Critical Care and Emergency Medicine 20 Dharma Vira Heart Centre (Cardiology) 22 Dental Surgery 25 Dermatology 26 Endocrinology and Metabolism 27 Gastroenterology 30 General Surgery 34 Haematology and Clinical Pathology 38 Hospital Administration 41 Institute of Child Health: Neonatology 45 Paediatric Surgery 48 Paediatrics 51 Institute of Minimal Access, Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery 53 Medical Oncology 58 Medicine and Family Medicine 59 Nephrology 65 Neurology 67 Neurosurgery 71 Nuclear Medicine and Bone Densitometry 74 Obstetrics and Gynaecology 76 Ophthalmology 84 Orthopaedics87 Otorhinolaryngology (ENT) 89 Pathology 94 Peripheral and Endovascular Surgery 97 Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery 99 Psychiatry 105 Pulmonology (Chest Medicine) 106 Radiodiagnosis 107 Renal Transplant Surgery 110 Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology112 Surgical Gastroenterology and Liver Transplant Unit 113 Thoracic Surgery 119 Urology 120

FOREWORD

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It is a matter of great pleasure that the Department of Academics, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital under the aegis of The Ganga Ram Institute for Postgraduate Medical Education & Research (GRIPMER) is bringing out the Academic Programme booklet for January 2013 to June 2013. It gives me immense satisfaction to see the phenomenal growth of teaching activities in this hospital. This booklet provides comprehensive information about the day-to-day academic activities of all the departments in the hospital. It has been found to be extremely useful and widely acclaimed by all concerned with the academic activities at this institution of repute. I hope that all postgraduates will be real beneficiaries and will be able to use their learning for better patient care. I congratulate the faculty and the staff of the Department of Academics of the hospital for doing an excellent job. Wishing you a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year 2013.

Dr D.S. Rana Chairman Board of Management

Compiled and produced by byword editorial consultants Printed at indraprastha press (cbt)

PREFACE

It is a matter of great honour for me to write a preface for the Academic Programme booklet of January 2013 to May 2013. This booklet contains various teaching activities of the departments and reflects the commitment of every department to teaching and training. The Academic Committee takes meticulous care while planning this programme. Their efforts are focused not only on the basic training but also towards training the DNB students on how to become good clinicians and apply their knowledge to research. The Academic Committee and faculty of our hospital deserve everybodys admiration.
Every student is a potential teacher and every good teacher ensures furtherance of knowledge.

Dr anupam sachdeva Chairman Department of Academics

ACADEMICS Advisor: Dr K.C. Mahajan Chairperson: Dr Anupam Sachdeva

The DNB programme was started at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in 1984 in five disciplines. In 1996 an Academic Committee was constituted under the chairmanship of Dr K.C. Mahajan, ably assisted by Dr P.S. Gupta and Dr S. Nundy. The Academic Committee was given the status of a Department of Academics in the year 2002. Today we cater DNB courses in 30 disciplines including 13 superspecialities and post-doctoral fellowships in 8 disciplines and is the largest in the country. The following are the activities of the department: Structuring and publishing a single comprehensive booklet every six months in January and July, which has the academic schedule of all the departments. The department ensures that the DNB curriculum is strictly adhered to along with periodic meetings with the DNB students of each department so that an adequate feedback is available. Arranging faculty lectures by outstanding people from India and abroad in their areas of expertise. These have a dual advantage as the hospital is exposed to the visiting faculty and the consultants and residents upgrade their knowledge. Encouraging CME activities which are recognized for accreditation by the Delhi Medical Council. The department also encourages the holding of seminars, workshops, panel discussions and journal clubs. The Department of Academics has a Medical Illustration Unit, headed by Mr Sansar Thakur, which offers the following services: Providing secretarial assistance to students and faculty for the preparation of slides and processing data for publication. Accessing the internet to make available material required to write papers. Providing the latest LCD/ DLP projection facilities. Making available a 24-hour internet service. Recording of clinical combined rounds, faculty lectures, first of the month clinical meetings, seminars, symposia and public awareness lectures. Taking digital photographs of patients in the OPD and wards. Scanning of X-rays/ CT/ MRI and 35 mm slides. Running a basic computer course for DNB students. Giving live demonstrations of various procedures. There is a permanent fibre-optic cable from the main Operation Theatre, Cardiac Operation

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Theatre, Endoscopic Room, Academic Room and Department of Minimal Access Surgery to the main Auditorium and Seminar Room. This is manned by in-house staff. Conducting a clinical meeting on the first of every month in which individual departments present their achievements and latest trends in their respective fields. Four of these meetings in a year are in the form of clinicopathological conferences, for which the speaker is an invited faculty member from among the best known institutions of India. It is a matter of great pride that the hospital has such a large wealth of good and interesting clinical data, because of which the department has been able to regularly conduct clinicopathological conferences of high quality. Publishing a quarterly Hospital Newsletter, which highlights the hospitals academic and social activities, and also invites articles from consultants on subjects other than medicine. Ensuring an environment conducive to effective learning. The department has a library with a paper as well as an electronic section. Managing the hospital website and regularly updating information regarding the hospital.

Hospital Website (www.sgrh.com)


The Sir Ganga Ram Hospital website went online in November 1998. Patients and other people interested in finding information about the hospital can visit the website from the comfort of their homes, offices or cyber cafs at any time of the day or night. The latest news about events in the hospital are featured on the HOME page. The DNB and nursing courses, as well as job vacancies, are advertised through the website with the option of downloading the application form. The results of academic courses are declared on the website, which also has the hospitals achievements and new facilities, meetings and conferences. The section About the hospital gives the background information, achievements, hospital statistics and future plans of the hospital. The contact details of the Board of Trustees, Board of Management and hospital administration are also available along with important telephone numbers.

First of the Month Clinical Meeting


The department conducts a clinical meeting on the first of each month where all departments in turn present their achievements and latest trends in their respective fields. The following guidelines are to be followed: The subject should be of general interest to people of all disciplines Address by the Chairman, Department of Academics for 5 minutes Address by the Chairman, Board of Management for 5 minutes Ten minutes will be used for discussion

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The actual presentation should be of 40 minutes, well-rehearsed and coordinated so that it is within the time schedule and there is no redundancy of presentation. Overhead projection should not be used. Attendance is mandatory for Junior, Associate, Senior, Visiting and Courtesy Consultants. Time: 2:30 p.m.4:00 p.m. Venue: Auditorium, Working Womens Hostel Date Day Department Minimal Access Surgery Gastroenterology Urology Critical Care Medicine Paediatric Surgery

01.01.13 Tuesday 01.02.13 Friday 01.03.13 Friday 01.04.13 Monday 01.05.13 Wednesday

Clinicopathological Conference
Time: 2:15 p.m. Venue: Auditorium The Department of Pathology presents a clinical and interesting case in which the discussant is an invited faculty member from one of the best known institutions of the country. The Department of Pathology will conduct the following CPCs: Date Day 28.02.13 28.03.13 30.05.13 Fourth Thursday Fourth Thursday Fifth Thursday

An attendance of 75% is mandatory for Junior, Associate and Senior Consultants, Residents and DNB students.

Clinical Combined Rounds


Clinical combined rounds are held every Tuesday between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. in the Seminar Room. During each round, two departments present cases adhering, as far as possible, to the following pattern: The resident presents the history, examination findings, results of investigations and clinical diagnosis using computerized projection (12 minutes).

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The Departments of Pathology and Imaging or other departments describe the contribution they have made to the management (5 minutes). The consultant in-charge of the case highlights its interesting features (2 minutes). The resident discusses the case in the light of the published literature and attempts to derive a message that is more widely applicable (6 minutes). There is then a short general discussion (5 minutes). Time: 11:30 a.m., Tuesday Venue: Seminar Room Date January 01.01.13 Paediatric ICU 08.01.13 Endocrinology 15.01.13 Nephrology 22.01.13 Dermatology 29.01.13 Medicine UnitI February 05.02.13 Neurophysiology 12.02.13 Paediatrics 19.02.13 Psychiatry 26.02.13 Chest Medicine March 05.03.13 12.03.13 19.03.13 26.03.13 April 02.04.13 Critical Care Medicine 09.04.13 Neurology 16.04.13 Paediatric Hemato-oncology 23.04.13 Neonatology 30.04.13 Cardiology May 07.05.13 Medical Oncology 14.05.13 Medicine UnitIII 21.05.13 Genetics 28.05.13 Clinical Haematology Robotic Surgery Joint Replacement Surgery Obstetrics and Gynaecology (Centre for IVF) Thoracic Surgery Vascular Surgery Surgical Oncology Renal Transplant Surgery Spine Surgery (Orthopaedics) Ophthalmology Rheumatology Sleep Medicine Gastroenterology Medicine UnitII Plastic Surgery Urology General Surgery UnitIII Neurosurgery Orthopaedics Cardiac Surgery Ophthalmology Minimal Access Surgery Liver Transplant Surgery Spine Surgery (Neurosurgery) ENT Obstetrics and Gynaecology Paediatric Surgery Medical specialty Surgical specialty

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Combined Medicosurgical Rounds


Combined medicosurgical rounds are held on every Friday between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. in the Seminar Room. To make these meetings more beneficial for the participants, the following guidelines are suggested: Two well-prepared clinical cases should be presented and these cases should be of common interest and convey a message to the participants. The case history, physical findings and investigations should be presented by the postgraduate or resident doctor preferably with an LCD projector. Following the presentation, the diagnosis and differential diagnosis of the case should be discussed by the consultant-in-charge. Adequate time should be provided for general discussion, and questions and answers. A review of the literature, if necessary, may be given at the end. When help of the consultants from investigative and other departments is required during the presentation, they should be informed at least one day earlier so that they may come prepared.

Schedule for the Combined Medicosurgical Rounds


1st Friday Dr S.P. Byotra/ Dr Atul Kakar/ Dr Atul Gogia/ Dr Col S.K. Chadha/ Dr V.S. Bedi/ Dr Sandeep Aggarwal/ Dr Ajay Yadav Dr Vijay Arora/ Dr C.S. Ramachandran/ Dr Pramoj Jindal/ Dr Srikrishna Das/ Dr Shyam Aggarwal Dr Vinod Malik/ Dr S.M. Taha/ Dr Tarun Mittal Alternate 3rd Friday: Dr L. Duggal/ Dr Neeraj Jain/ Dr K.P. Jain/ Dr Sunil Jain/ Dr Pooja Khosla/Dr Kunal Chawla Dr Anil Arora/ Dr M. Kumar/ Dr Piyush Ranjan/ Dr Naresh Bansal/ Dr Munish K. Sachdeva/ Dr Pankaj Tyagi/ Dr Praveen Sharma/ Dr Ashish Kumar/ Dr Neeraj Jain/ Dr Bobby Bhalotra Dr T.B.S. BuxiMRI, CT Scan

2nd Friday 3rd Friday

4th Friday

5th Friday

Pathology/Biochemistry/Haematology/Microbiology/ Genetics Meetings


Time: 2:15 p.m.3:30 p.m. Venue: Seminar Room 1st Thursday On alternate 3rd Thursday Pathology and Cytology (a) Haematology and Biochemistry (b) Microbiology and Genetics

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In these meetings, three to four interesting cases of both clinical and academic interest are presented in detail. The clinicians present the clinical data and the concerned laboratory presents its findings followed by discussion and theoretical aspects of the case including the differential diagnosis. A minimum of 75% attendance is mandatory for Junior, Associate and Senior Consultants, Residents and DNB students.

Imaging Meetings
Time: 2:15 p.m.3:30 p.m. Venue: Seminar Room 2nd Thursday Radiology 30 minutes Ultrasound 30 minutes 4th Thursday CT and MRI/ PET/ Nuclear Medicine

Radiologists present cases of academic interest and discussions are held along with the clinician and pathologist. A minimum of 75% attendance is mandatory for Junior, Associate and Senior Consultants, Residents and DNB students.

Interactive DNB student seminars (Department of Pathology and Paediatrics, Haematology, Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplant Unit)
Time: 1 p.m.2 p.m., 1st Wednesday of the month Venue: Seminar Room Seminars will be presented by DNB students of the Department of Pathology and Fellows of Paediatric Haematology Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplant Unit. General discussions are held between the Clinicians and Laboratory Consultants.

Basic Science Lectures


Time: 8 a.m.9 a.m., every Friday Venue: Seminar Room. The topics of lectures are displayed on the Notice Boards as well as on the Hospital Website. A minimum of 70% attendance is mandatory for DNB students.

ANAESTHESIOLOGY, PAIN AND PERIOP MEDICINE

Chairperson: Dr Jayashree Sood Teaching Coordinator: Dr V.P. Kumra


Attendance
Attendance is compulsory for postgraduates and residents.

Examinations
Examinations are held once a month (on the last Saturday, 3 p.m.6 p.m.).

Seminar
Time: 7 a.m.8 a.m., every Tuesday Venue: Operation Theatre (7th Floor, Seminar Room) Date Topic Speaker Moderator Dr S. Sindhu/ Dr N. Dua Dr S. Gupta/ Dr D. Gautam Dr A.K. Jain/ Dr A. Gera Dr P. Jain/ Dr N. Jain Dr D. Dhar/ Dr N. Sethi Dr B. Sharma/ Dr S. Malhotra Dr R. Sehgal/ Dr B. Panday Dr D. Pant/ Dr M. Singh Dr A. Koul/ Dr R. Bhutani Dr V.P. Kumra/ Dr I. Kaur Dr S. Pandey/ Dr M. Kohli Dr K.K. Narani/ Dr Abhjit Singh Dr A. Gupta/ Dr N. Dua

01.01.13 The heart as a pump, regulation Dr Sudeep of circulation 08.01.13 Cardiovascular monitoring Dr Vijay 15.01.13 Hypertension and IHD Dr Aaroh 22.01.13 Shockpathophysiology, Dr Deepti classification, management 29.01.13 Advanced cardiac life support Dr Rishi 05.02.13 Valvular heart disease and Dr Surabhi anaesthesia 12.02.13 Foetal circulation, changes at Dr Jasmine birth, neonatal resuscitation 19.02.13 Congenital heart disease and Dr Shekhar anaesthesia 26.02.13 Paediatric anaesthesia: Principles Dr Saurav of anaesthetic management 05.03.13 Hepatobiliary systemLFT, Dr Swati management of a case of obstructive jaundice 12.03.13 Liver transplant surgery Dr Naveen 19.03.13 Renal systemRFT, management Dr Rohit of a case with CRF 26.03.13 Faciomaxillary trauma Dr Sudeep

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Date Topic

Speaker Moderator Dr R. Saxena/ Dr D. Gautam Dr S. Sharma/ Dr A. Gera Dr J. Sood/ Dr N. Jain Dr N. Ganguly/ Dr N. Sethi Dr R. Bhutani/ Dr S. Malhotra Dr R. Jain/ Dr B. Panday

02.04.13 Colloids and crystalloids Dr Vijay 09.04.13 Diabetes and anaesthesia Dr Aaroh 16.04.13 Phaeochromocytoma Dr Deepti 23.04.13 Anaesthesia for endovascular Dr Rishi neurosurgery and interventional neuroradiology 30.04.13 Management of postoperative Dr Surabhi nausea and vomiting 07.05.13 Pharmacology of commonly Dr Jasmine used analgesics and sedatives in the ICU: Benzodiazepines, propofol and opioids

14.05.13 Obesity, metabolic syndrome Dr Shekhar and the surgical patient 21.05.13 Perioperative management of a Dr Saurav patient on anticoagulants 28.05.13 ENTtonsillectomy, laser Dr Swati excision, laryngectomy 04.06.13 Anaesthetic management for Dr Rohit cervical spine surgery 11.06.13 Perioperative thermoregulation Dr Naveen and temperature monitoring, malignant hyperthermia 18.06.13 Perioperative management of Dr Sudeep aortic aneurysm surgery 25.06.13 Anaesthetic considerations in Dr Vijay elderly patientsphysiology, general principles of anaesthetic management

Dr A.K. Jain/ Dr M. Singh Dr K.K. Narani/ Dr A. Marwaha Dr P. Jain/ Dr P. Chaudhary Dr C. Sahai/ Dr I. Kaur Dr A. Singh/ Dr Abhjit Singh Dr A. Dutta/ Dr N. Dua Dr V.P. Kumra/ Dr D. Gautam

Tutorials/ Classes
Time: 7:00 a.m., Thursday Venue: 7th Floor, Operation Theatre, SSR Block S.No. Date 1. 2. Topic Speaker Cardiology Dept. Dr S. Gupta

03.01.13 How to interpret an ECG 10.01.13 Video demonstration of procedures

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3. 24.01.13 Vasopressors, vasodilators, indications, Dr S. Pandey dosages, infusion rates, etc. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 07.02.13 Anti-arrythmics 14.02.13 Cleft lip and palate 21.02.13 Management of haemorrhagic shock 04.04.13 Fluid management in OT and ICU 11.04.13 Diabetes Dr R. Jain Dr A. Gera Dr P. Jain Dr S. Gupta Dr R. Sehgal Dr M. Kohli Dr N. Sethi Dr A. Dutta

9. 25.04.13 Anaesthesia risk stratification and reduction 10. 11. 02.05.13 Local anaesthetics 13.06.13 Thermoregulation

Journal Club
Time: 7 a.m., Saturday (Once a month) Venue: Seminar Room, 7th Floor, Operation Theatre, SSR Block
S.No. Month 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. January February March April May June Speaker Dr Sekhar Sharma Dr Deepti Dhiman Dr Sudeep Goyal Dr Naveen Bathla Dr Surabhi Gupta Dr Jaismine

Case Presentations/ Discussions


Time: 7 a.m., Thursday Venue: Seminar Room, 7th Floor, Operation Theatre, SSR Block S.No. Month 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Topic Speaker Dr Rohit Moderator Dr J. Sood Dr D. Pant Dr S. Sindhu

17.01.13 HTN

31.01.13 ACLS (demonstration ICU) Dr D. Dhar Dr R. Sehgal 28.02.13 TOF/ diaphragmatic hernia Dr Rishi 07.03.13 Obstructive jaundice 14.03.13 Portal HTN 21.03.13 CRF 28.03.13 Faciomaxillary trauma 18.04.13 Phaeochromocytoma 09.05.13 Thyroid Dr Surbhi

Dr Shekhar Dr S. Pandey Dr Naveen Dr K.K. Narani Dr Swati Dr Deepti Dr Sourav Dr M. Singh Dr B. Sharma Dr V.P. Kumra

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S.No. Month 10.

Topic

Speaker Dr Vijay Dr Rohit Dr Aaroh Dr Rishi Dr Swati

Moderator Dr K.K. Narani Dr S. Sharma Dr C. Sahai Dr A. Dutta Dr R. Saxena

16.05.13 Obesity

Dr Jaismine Dr A. Jain

11. 23.05.13 Patient on anticoagulants for surgery 12. 13. 14. 15. 30.05.13 Laryngectomy 06.06.13 Spine surgery 20.06.13 Aortic aneurysm 27.06.13 Joint replacement

Faculty lecture
Time: 7 a.m., Friday (Once a month) Venue: Seminar Room, 7th Floor, Operation Theatre, SSR Block

BIOCHEMISTRY Chairperson: Dr L.M. Srivastava


Journal Club/Research Seminar
Time: 2 p.m.3 p.m., 4th Tuesday of the month Venue: Department Speakers: Faculty of the department and invited scientists engaged in the areas of Clinical Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Immunology Topics of Journal Clubs and seminars will be circulated.

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The department conducts a PhD programme and PhD scholars and research fellows are expected to present his or her research progress once during the semester.

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CARDIAC SURGERY

Chairperson: Dr Ganesh Raj Shivnani Teaching Coordinator: Dr Sumir Dubey


The Department of Cardiac Surgery has been recognized for the DNB training programme. Beginning from August 2001, two candidates per year are inducted for training, which is for three years.

A Brief Outline of the DNB Training Programme


The main thrust of training is to make candidates independent consultants. The training imparted is in the form of preoperative, operative and postoperative management of various types of cardiac surgical procedures. The department has one senior consultant, two junior consultants and four attending cardiac surgeons.

Requirements
Candidates will be expected to attend all ward rounds and operating sessions. They will be actively involved in preoperative assessment as well as post-operative management of cardiac surgical patients. Each student is required to maintain a log book in which all cases presented, surgeries assisted, surgeries performed, lectures, seminars and Journal Clubs attended are recorded.

Attendance
It is compulsory for students to attend all the lectures, seminars, tutorials and Journal Clubs.

Academic Programme
The department regularly holds lectures, Journal Clubs and seminars. With the induction of DNB candidates, the department will expand its academic programme. It will include faculty lectures, seminars, case presentations, Journal Clubs and discussion on operations. Faculty lectures will be held by consultants of the Departments of Cardiac Surgery, Cardiac Anaesthesia, Cardiology, General Medicine, Nephrology, Pathology, Microbiology, Radiology, Biochemistry and other supportive services. Seminars and Journal Clubs will be held regularly, in which DNB students, assisted by a consultant, will present a surgical topic and review current journals.

Short Review
Time: 8:30 a.m.10 a.m., every 2nd and 4th Saturday Venue: Surgeons Lounge, 5th Floor

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Journal Club
Time: 9 a.m.10 a.m., every Saturday Venue: Surgeons Lounge, 5th Floor Important cardiac surgery journals will be reviewed: Annals of Thoracic Surgery Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery Chest Clinics of North America Recent Advances in Cardiac Surgery Journal of Cardiac Surgery

Case Presentation
Time: 8:30 a.m.10 a.m., Saturday Venue: Surgeons Lounge, 5th Floor Journal Club will be followed by a case presentation by the DNB candidates on every Saturday.

Combined Journal Club and Cath Lab Meeting


Time: 1 p.m.2 p.m., every Saturday Venue: Conference Room, 5th Floor Important cardiology and cardiac surgery journals will be reviewed. This will be followed by a combined CardiologyCardiac Surgery and Cardiac Cath meeting where interesting cath procedures and angiographies will be discussed along with discussion of interesting cases. All consultants of Cardiology, Cardiac Surgery and Cardiac Anaesthesiology will attend this combined Journal Club. DNB candidates of both cardiology and cardiac surgery will be required to take an active part in the Combined Journal Club.

Lecture
Time: 8 a.m.9 a.m., last Saturday of every month Venue: Surgeons Lounge, 5th Floor (Cardiac Operation Theatre) Date 26.01.13 23.02.13 30.03.13 27.04.13 25.05.13 29.06.13 Topic Basics of cardiopulmonary bypass, myocardial management Congenital heart diseaseclassification Postoperative care of cardiac surgery patients Atrial septal defect Palliative shunts in cyanotic heart disease Mitral valve disease Speaker Dr G. Shivnani Dr S. Shad Dr S. Dubey Dr S. Dubey Dr G. Shivnani Dr S. Shad

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centre of medical genetics

Chairperson: Dr I.C. Verma Teaching Coordinator: Dr Ratna Dua Puri


Brief Outline
The Department has a Genetics PhD and Fellowship programme and has an academic programme of seminars, journal club and introductory lectures. The Department also participates in the Journal Clubs and Grand Rounds of the Departments of Paediatrics, Medicine, and Obstetrics and Gynaecology. The following activities are planned for this session. We also participate in the Clinical Grand Round, which is attended by all Residents.

Seminars
Time: 3:15 p.m.4:15 p.m., Thursday Date Topic 10.01.13 Biochemical Genetics laboratory 07.02.13 Journal Club 14.02.13 Case presentation 21.02.13 HLA laboratory 28.02.13 Journal Club 07.03.13 Clinical Genetics 14.03.13 Journal Club 21.03.13 Cytogenetics laboratory 28.03.13 Journal Club 18.04.13 Molecular laboratory 25.04.13 Journal Club 02.05.13 Clinical Genetics 09.05.13 holiday 16.05.13 Biochemical Genetics 23.05.13 Journal Club 30.05.13 HLA || Venue: Seminar Room Moderator Dr Jyotsna Verma Dr Pratibha Bhai Dr Ratna Puri Dr Monika Jain Dr Shreesha M. Dr I.C. Verma Dr Prahalad B. Dr Meena Lall Dr Sudhisha Dubey Dr Renu Saxena Dr Shreesha M. Dr Sunita Bijarnia Dr Jyotsna Verma Dr Prahlad Dr Monika Jain

Speaker Ms Nitika Setia Dr Pratima Dash Ms Deepika Babbar Ms Shweta Pandita Ms Ria Vyas Ms Rintu Jacob Ms Deepti Gupta

Daily Morning Session (Case Discussions)


Time: 9:30 a.m.10 a.m. Venue: Conference Room, Centre of Medical Genetics

Grand Round
The department presents Grand Rounds for the Departments of Medicine and Paediatrics. Dates will be announced in the programmes of the respective departments.

clinical haematology Chairperson: Dr Anupama Jaggia


The Department of Clinical Haematology has the following academic activities scheduled from July 2012 to December 2012.

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The teaching activities are held on Mondays and Thursdays from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. The case studies are usually bedside teaching for half hour, followed by discussion in departmental office 400B over the remaining half hour. In case of clinical emergency arising the session will be held at a later hour, preferably on the same day afternoon. The sessions are meant for DNB (Haematology) students, usually 2, Junior Resident (JR) and Intern from the department and also, at time residents from Department of Medicine join in. Besides, the Grand Round/Journal Club from Department of Medicine and allied specialities and the Tuesday/Friday meetings are also to be attended by the department.

Teaching Schedule
Time: 11 a.m.12 noon, Monday and Thursday Date Topic 03.01.13 Case study and discussion 07.01.13 Chronic myeloid leukaemia 10.01.13 Journal Club 14.01.13 Case study and discussion 17.01.13 Drug-induced leucopenia 21.01.13 Thesis/ Research discussion 24.01.13 AML aetiology, classification, diagnosis, management 28.01.13 Journal Club 31.01.13 PNH 04.02.13 Case study and discussion 07.02.13 BMT indications 11.02.13 Review of clinical cases 14.02.13 Journal Club 18.02.13 ITP management issues 21.02.13 Cytogenetics in CLL 25.02.13 Case study and discussion 28.02.13 Pallative care in haemato-oncology 04.03.13 Case study and discussion Activity JR Tutorial DNB(1) DNB(2) Tutorial Tutorial JR Tutorial DNB(1) Tutorial DNB(2) Tutorial Tutorial JR JR

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Date Topic 07.03.13 11.03.13 14.03.13 18.03.13 21.03.13 22.03.13 25.03.13 28.03.13 01.04.13 04.04.13 08.04.13 11.04.13 15.04.13 18.04.13 25.04.13 02.05.13 06.05.13 13.05.13 Journal Club Case study and discussion Hepatosplenomegaly for a clinical haematologist Thesis/ research discussion Sideroblastic anaemia Journal Club Aplastic anaemia Case study and discussion MDS management issues Review of clinical cases Journal Club G6PD deficiency Drug resistance in CML Case study and discussion Case study and discussion Review of clinical cases Journal Club Thesis/ research discussion

Activity DNB(1) DNB(2) Tutorial Tutorial JR Tutorial DNB(1) Tutorial DNB(2) Tutorial Tutorial JR Tutorial DNB(1) Tutorial DNB(2) Tutorial Tutorial JR Tutorial Tutorial Tutorial Tutorial

22.04.13 Anti-emetics 29.04.13 TTP

09.05.13 Beta-thalassaemia trait 16.05.13 Case study and discussion 20.05.13 Anaemia of chronic disease 23.05.13 30.05.13 Anaemia of chronic renal failure Polycythemia rubra vera 27.05.13 Antiphospholipid antibody syndrome

Note: Summer break for rest of June; however, interesting case discussions and presentations shall continue with post-wardround timings.

clinical microbiology and immunology Chairperson: Dr C. Wattal Teaching Coordinator: Dr Jaswinder Kaur Oberoi

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The Department has a DNB course in clinical microbiology with one candidate every year. The training includes daily benchwork according to the posting schedule, participation in Journal Clubs, seminars, tutorials, training of the technicians and attending other academic activities of the hospital. The student will have to maintain the contents of the seminars as presented in the meeting. The student shall also be required to conduct practical tutorials for the technical staff. A PG is expected to involve herself/himself in the day-today functioning of the Department.

Seminar/Journal Club
Time: 12 noon1 p.m., every Wednesday Venue: Board Room, New Building Date Topic Presenter 02.01.13 Journal Club Dr K.J. Prasad 09.01.13 Complement system Dr Parvez 16.01.13 Journal Club Dr R. Raveendran 23.01.13 Lab diagnosis of viral Dr Varuna infections 30.01.13 Journal Club Dr Shilpi Khanna 06.02.13 Congenital viral infections Dr Parvez 13.02.13 Journal Club Dr Jyoti Mutta 20.02.13 Monoclonal antibodies and Dr Varuna superantigens 27.02.13 Journal Club Dr C. Wattal 06.03.13 Viral gastroenteritis Dr Parvez 13.03.13 Journal Club Dr J.K. Oberoi 20.03.13 Genetic engineering Dr Varuna 03.04.13 Journal Club Dr Neeraj Goel 10.04.13 Arboviruses Dr Parvez 17.04.13 Journal Club Dr S. Datta 01.05.13 Diarrhoeagenic E. Coli Dr Varuna 08.05.13 Journal Club Dr K.J. Prasad 15.05.13 Adjuvants and Dr Parvez immunomodulators 22.05.13 Journal Club Dr R. Raveendran 29.05.13 Gas gangrene Dr Varuna 05.06.13 Journal Club Dr Shilpi Khanna 12.06.13 Graft vs. host disease Dr Parvez 19.06.13 Journal Club Dr Jyoti Mutta 26.06.13 Bacterial food poisoning Dr Varuna Moderator Dr R. Raveendran Dr S. Datta Dr J.K. Oberoi Dr C. Wattal Dr Shilpi Khanna Dr C. Wattal Dr S. Datta Dr Neeraj Goel Dr K.J. Prasad Dr Neeraj Goel Dr R. Raveendran Dr J.K. Oberoi

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Tutorials
Time: 12 noon1 p.m., every Saturday Venue: Hall B Date Topic Presenter Dr Varuna Dr Parvez Dr Varuna Dr Parvez Dr Varuna Dr Parvez Dr Varuna Dr Parvez Dr Varuna Dr Parvez Dr Varuna Dr Parvez Dr Varuna Moderator Dr J.K. Oberoi Dr K.J. Prasad Dr C. Wattal Dr Neeraj Goel Dr S. Datta Dr R. Raveendran Dr Shilpi Khanna Dr C. Wattal Dr K.J. Prasad Dr J.K. Oberoi Dr Shilpi Khanna Dr S. Datta Dr C. Wattal

05.01.13 Bacteriophage 12.01.13 Humoral immunity 19.01.13 Polio virus 02.02.13 Food-borne hepatitis 09.02.13 Cell-mediated immunity 16.02.13 Blood-borne hepatitis 23.02.13 Antigen presentation and processing 02.03.13 Pathogenesis of HIV infection 09.03.13 T cell and B cell receptors 16.03.13 Prions 23.03.13 Autoimmunity 30.03.13 Antiviral drugs 06.04.13 Mechanisms of drug resistance in Gram-positive bacteria 20.04.13 Antiviral drug resistance 27.04.13 Mechanisms of drug resistance in Gram-negative bacteria 04.05.13 Immunodeficiency diseases 11.05.13 Klebsiella and Enterobacter 18.05.13 Immunology of cancer 01.06.13 Salmonella 08.06.13 Vaccines 15.06.13 Shigella 22.06.13 Edible vaccines 29.06.13 Vibrio

Dr Parvez Dr S. Datta Dr Varuna Dr Neeraj Goel Dr Parvez Dr Varuna Dr Parvez Dr Varuna Dr Parvez Dr Varuna Dr Parvez Dr Varuna Dr K.J. Prasad Dr R. Raveendran Dr K.J. Prasad Dr J.K. Oberoi Dr Shilpi Khanna Dr Neeraj Goel Dr Shilpi Khanna Dr C. Wattal

Technician Training Programme


Time: 2:30 p.m., alternate Friday Venue: Microbiology Laboratory Date Topic 04.01.13 Legionella antigen test 18.01.13 ELISA for scrub typhus 01.02.13 Weil Felix test 15.02.13 C. difficile antigen test 01.03.13 Samples types and storage of samples for PCR 15.03.13 GenProbe Moderator Valsa Leena Jaya Kanchan Alok Rajender

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Date Topic 05.04.13 Vitek 26.04.13 Vitek-MS 10.05.13 Pus and respiratory samples processing 24.05.13 Fungus culture 07.06.13 Maintenance of QC documents 21.06.13 Biosafety cabinet/autoclaves

Moderator Parvesh Aradhana Pooja Kirti Anshu Ritika

The technician training classes will be moderated by 1st year PG, Senior Residents along with the consultant-in-charge.
Note: In case of a holiday the scheduled academic activity will be held on the subsequent working day.

Model for DNB programme in Clinical Microbiology



Posting 1st Year A 1st Year B 2nd Year A 2nd Year B 3rd Year A 3rd year B JulyDec JanJune JulyDec JanJune JulyDec JanJune (months) (months) (months) (months) (months) (months)

Bacteriology 4 4 4 Mycology 2 1 * Mycobacteriology 2 1 3 *

Parasitology 2 2 * Immunology 2 2 1 * Virology 2 2 * * Revision posting: 2 months

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critical care and emergency medicine

Chairperson: Dr B.K. Rao Teaching Coordinator: Dr Vinod K. Singh


Teaching Schedule
Venue: Intensive Care Unit/ Seminar room Medical audit: Practical skills: 9 a.m.10 a.m., 1st Saturday of the month Bedside teaching

Lecture/ Seminar: 9 a.m.10 a.m., every Wednesday of the month Date Topic PG I/II Moderator PG-I PG-II PG-II PG-II PG-I Dr Ashutosh Taneja Dr Debashis Dhar Dr S.C. Sharma Dr Prakash Shastri Dr Saurabh Taneja

02.01.13 Sedation and analgesia and NMB in the ICU 09.01.13 Enteral nutrition 16.01.13 Parenteral nutrition 23.01.13 Appropriate antibiotic therapy in the ICU 06.02.13 Pharmacology of anticonvulsants and other neurological agents used in the ICU 13.02.13 Pneumoniamanagement 20.02.13 COPDdiagnosis and ICU management 27.02.13 Bronchial asthmadiagnosis and ICU management

PG-II PG-II PG-II

Dr Vinod K. Singh Dr Sumit Ray Dr Vinod K. Singh Dr Saurabh Taneja Dr Sanjeev Mittal Dr Debashis Dhar

06.03.13 Interstitial lung diseasediagnosis PG-II and management 13.03.13 HIV and AIDSmanagement and PG-I ethical issues 20.03.13 Autoimmune diseasesdiagnosis and management in relation to critical careI 27.03.13 Haemodynamic monitoring in the ICU 03.04.13 Cardiac arrythmiasdiagnosis and management PG-II

PG-II PG-II

Dr Niraj Tyagi Dr Ashutosh Taneja Dr Ashok Anand Dr Debashis Dhar

10.04.13 Pathophysiology and management PG-I of hypertension in the ICU 17.04.13 Valvular lesionspathophysiology PG-II and management

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Date

Topic

PG-I/II Moderator Dr B.K. Rao/ Dr Saurabh Taneja Dr D.K. Rawat Dr Sumit Ray Dr Sumit Ray Dr Prakash Shastri

24.04.13 Cardiogenic shock, heart failure PG-II and cardiac pulmonary oedema 01.05.13 Blood and blood products 08.05.13 Management of haemorrhage and haemorrhagic shock 15.05.13 Acute abdomendiagnosis and management 22.05.13 Postoperative management of patients with major abdominal surgeriesgeneral rules PG-I PG-II PG-II PG-II

Journal Club/Case presentation


Journal Club: 9 a.m.10 a.m., 1st and 3rd Friday of the month Case presentation: 9 a.m.10 a.m., 2nd and 4th Friday of the month Date Topic PG-I/II Moderator Dr Ashutosh Taneja Dr D.K. Rawat Dr Vinod K. Singh Dr B.K. Rao/ Dr Saurabh Taneja Dr Vinod K. Singh Dr Sumit Ray Dr Prakash Shastri Dr S.C. Sharma Dr Debashis Dr Ashok Anand Dr Ashutosh Taneja Dr B.K. Rao/ Dr Saurabh Taneja Dr Vinod K. Singh Dr Sumit Ray Dr Sanjeev Mittal Dr Niraj Tyagi Dr D.K. Rawat Dr Prakash Shastri Dr S.C. Sharma Dr Ashok Anand
PG-II: FNB trainee (2nd year)

04.01.13 Journal Club PG-II 11.01.13 Case presentation PG-I 18.01.13 Journal Club PG-II 25.01.13 Case presentation PG-I 01.02.13 Journal Club PG-II 08.02.13 Case presentation PG-I 15.02.13 Journal Club PG-II 22.02.13 Case presentation PG-I 01.03.13 Journal Club PG-II 08.03.13 Case presentation PG-I 15.03.13 Journal Club PG-II 22.03.13 Case presentation PG-I 05.04.13 Journal Club PG-II 12.04.13 Case presentation PG-I 19.04.13 Journal Club PG-II 26.04.13 Case presentation PG-I 03.05.13 Journal Club PG-II 10.05.13 Case presentation PG-I 17.05.13 Journal Club PG-II 24.05.13 Case presentation PG-I
Note: PG-I: FNB trainee (1st year), Sr Resident

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DHARMA VIRA HEART CENTRE (CARDIOLOGY)

Advisor: Dr P.K. Khanna Chairperson: Dr J.P.S. Sawhney Teaching Coordinator: Dr Subhash C. Manchanda
A Brief Outline of the DNB Training Programme
The purpose of DNB training in Cardiology is to make the candidate an independent consultant in clinical cardiology and therapeutic decisionmaking. Basic training is also imparted in investigative techniques such as Echocardiography, Treadmill testing, Holter monitoring, exposure to Cardiac Catheterization and Interventional Cardiology, Intensive Coronary Care and Postoperative Intensive Care. During the period of their stay of 3 years, candidates are rotated through various disciplines such as the Coronary Care Unit, Intensive Care Unit, wards, Non-invasive laboratory and Cardiac Catheterization laboratory. Clinical and academic training includes bedside clinical case presentation and discussion, interpretation of ECGs and X-rays, regular Journal and Review Clubs. There is a Journal Club once a week, in which important articles from all leading journals of cardiology and cardiac surgery are presented by members of the department by rotation. The DNB candidate is asked to present brief reviews (2030 minutes) every 3 weeks on selected topics, e.g. cardiac anatomy and physiology, embryology, pathology, pharmacology, arrhythmias, therapeutics, interventional cardiology, paediatric cardiology, non-invasive cardiology and hypertension. A long review is presented (1-hour duration) every week.

Invasive Cath Lab/Non-invasive lab data


Time: 1 p.m.2 p.m., every Monday Venue: Seminar Room, 5th Floor

Journal Club
Time: 1 p.m.2 p.m., every Friday Venue: Seminar Room, 5th Floor

Seminar
Time: 1 p.m.2 p.m., every Thursday Venue: Seminar Room, 5th Floor

dharma vira heart centre

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Speaker

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Date Topic

03.01.13 Recording understanding of pressure Dr Parag volume loops in CHF 10.01.13 Genetics of sudden cardiac death 17.01.13 Current role of myocardial contrast echocardiography (ECG) 24.01.13 Paediatric cardiology seminar 31.01.13 ECG localization of acute MI 07.02.13 Strain rate imaging 14.02.13 Use and misuse of cardiac troponins 21.02.13 Paediatric cardiology seminar 28.02.13 Assessment of borderline coronary stenosis 07.03.13 Current role of MRI in functional assessment of cardiovascular diseases 14.03.13 Determinants, assessment and management of pulmonary regurgitation in postoperative patients of tetralogy of fallot 21.03.13 Paediatric cardiology seminar 28.03.13 Role of DFT in ICD implantation 04.04.13 Platelet function testing 11.04.13 Low-flow, low-gradient in aortic stenoiss: Definition and management principles 18.04.13 Paediatric cardiology seminar 25.04.13 Pregnancy in a patient with bileaflet valve in aortic positiontreatment principles Dr Dileep Dr Parag Dr Neeraj/ Dr Manvinder Dr Dileep Dr Parag Dr Dileep Dr Neeraj/ Dr Manvinder Dr Parag Dr Dileep Dr Parag

Dr Neeraj/ Dr Manvinder Dr Dileep Dr Parag Dr Dileep Dr Neeraj/ Dr Manvinder Dr Parag

02.05.13 Criteria for the diagnosis of infective endocarditis Dr Dileep 09.05.13 Role of colour M mode in diastolic heart failure Dr Parag 16.05.13 Paediatric cardiology seminar 23.05.13 Applied anatomy for cardiac electrophysiology 30.05.13 Pulmonary hypertensive crisis 06.06.13 Tachycardiomyopathydefinition, aetiopathogenesis 13.06.13 Paediatric cardiology seminar Dr Neeraj/ Dr Manvinder Dr Dileep Dr Parag Dr Dileep Dr Neeraj/ Dr Manvinder

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(cardiology)
Speaker Dr Parag Dr Dileep

Date Topic 20.06.13 Lipoproteindiagnosis and management system and role of HDL in CAD 27.06.13 Diagnosis and management of perioperative myocardial infarction

Clinical Case Discussion


Time: 1 p.m.2 p.m., every Tuesday and Wednesday Cardiology clinical case discussion Venue: Seminar Room

Ward Round
Time: 10:30 a.m.11:30 a.m. Venue: ICCU and Ward 5th Floor

Clinical Grand Round


Thursday: 10:00 a.m.12:00 noon The ward rounds in other wards are taken between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. by different units. During their CCU and ward postings, DNB students attend ward rounds of the units to which they are attached.

Postings
DNB students in the Department of Medicine rotate through the Department of Cardiology for three months during their training. They spend 5 weeks in the wards, 5 weeks in the CCU and 2 weeks in the non-invasive cardiac laboratory. During their postings in the CCU and wards, they are expected to workup the cardiac patients and present them during ward rounds. They are encouraged to read about specific clinical problems and discuss them with consultants. During their non-invasive cardiac laboratory posting, they are encouraged to closely observe Echocardiography, Stress testing, Stress echo and Holter monitoring and interact with consultants working in the laboratory. In general, the students are not given an OPD posting unless the department is short of staff.

dental surgery Advisor: Dr M. Dewan Chairperson: Dr Vinod Verma

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The Department of Dental Surgery does not have a DNB programme, but is planning to start one soon. The department, however, holds monthly seminars which are given by the consultants and attended by the staff. The consultants of the department are academically active.

Seminar
Time: 1:30 p.m.2 p.m., 1st Tuesday Venue: Seminar Room Date Topic 08.01.13 05.02.13 05.03.13 02.04.13 07.05.13 04.06.13 Impression in complete dentures Post and core Advances in orthodontics Are implants a necessity or luxury? Impression in complete dentures Treatment of osteomyelitis Speaker Dr S. Datta Dr V. Sethi Dr J. Verma Dr A. Razdan Dr A. Sethi Dr Sunitha G.

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dermatology

Chairperson: Dr S.C. Bharija


The Department of Dermatology does not have the infrastructure for a DNB programme. The department has three senior consultants and one junior consultant. All the programmes of the department such as Journal Clubs, Grand Medical Rounds, yearly medicine updates, etc. are carried out under the aegis of the Department of Medicine.

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The DNB students attend morning meetings, Journal Clubs, bedside long case discussions, histopathology round and seminars. They are also involved in endocrine clinics and in carrying out various procedures under the supervision of consultants.

Morning Meeting
The consultant and residents of the department meet in the Endocrinology duty room at 9 a.m. for half an hour every day to discuss the admissions, discharges and any death which may have occurred the previous day.

Seminar
Time: 4:00 p.m.5:00 p.m., alternate Saturday Venue: Endocrinology Duty Room (1115) Date Topic 05.01.13 Approach to a case of ambiguous genitalia 19.01.13 Approach to short stature 02.02.13 Approach to osteoporosis 16.02.13 Approach to premature menopause 02.03.13 Approach to a case of hypocalcaemia 16.03.13 Approach to a case of hypoglycaemia 30.03.13 Hirsutism 13.04.13 Approach to a case of growth hormone deficiency 27.04.13 Approach to a case of infertility 11.05.13 Approach to a case of precocious puberty 25.05.13 Approach to a case of obesity Speaker Dr Tarun Verma Moderator Dr S. Kumar

Dr Roopal Dr S. Tripathi Dr Ashutosh Goyal Dr S. Kumar Dr Tarun Verma Dr S. Tripathi Dr Roopal Dr S. Kumar

Dr Ashutosh Goyal Dr S. Tripathi Dr Tarun Verma Dr Roopal Dr S. Kumar Dr S. Tripathi

Dr Ashutosh Goyal Dr S. Kumar Dr Tarun Verma Dr S. Tripathi New DNB Dr S. Kumar

Hormone Lab Round


Time: 12.30 p.m, alternate Thursdays Venue: Department of Nuclear Medicine/ IVF/ Biochemistry This round is helpful for DNB students to review and interpret all the investigations done in the past 15 days.

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Recent Advances in Endocrinology


Time: 9 a.m., 1st week on Monday (once every month) Venue: Seminar Room/ Auditorium

Endocrinology Round
Time: 2:00 p.m.3:00 p.m., twice a week Venue: Seminar Room/ Auditorium

Journal Club
Time: 4:00 p.m.5:00 p.m., every Monday Venue: Endocrinology Duty Room (1115) The candidates will be given an objective assessment on the various topics covered. Date Topic 07.01.13 Vaptans in secretion of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone (SIADH) Speaker Moderator

Dr Ashutosh Goyal Dr S. Tripathi

14.01.13 Fertility in Turner syndrome Dr Roopal 21.01.13 Thyrotoxicosis in pregnancy Dr Tarun Verma 28.01.13 Calcimimetics 04.02.13 T2DMnewer treatments 11.02.13 Lipetension 18.02.13 Prolactinomas Dr Roopal Dr Tarun Verma

Dr S. Kumar Dr S. Tripathi Dr S. Tripathi Dr S. Kumar Dr S. Kumar Dr S. Tripathi

Dr Ashutosh Goyal Dr S. Kumar

Dr Ashutosh Goyal Dr S. Tripathi

25.02.13 Diabetic retinopathy: Newer Dr Roopal modalities in treatment 04.03.13 Congenital adrenal hyperplasia 25.03.13 Hypothyroidism 01.04.13 Hyperparathyroidism 08.04.13 Bariatric/metabolic surgery in diabetes 22.04.13 Islet cell transplantation 06.05.13 T2DMnewer treatments 13.05.13 Cushing syndrome 20.05.13 Newer anti-obesity drugs Dr Tarun

11.03.13 Insulin resistance syndromes Dr Ashutosh Goyal Dr S. Kumar Dr Roopal Dr Tarun Dr S. Tripathi Dr S. Kumar

Dr Ashutosh Goyal Dr S. Tripathi Dr S. Kumar Dr S. Tripathi Dr S. Tripathi Dr S. Kumar

15.04.13 Diagnostic criteria for GDM Dr Roopal Dr Tarun Dr New DNB Dr Roopal

Dr Ashutosh Goyal Dr S. Kumar

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Case Presentation
Time: 4:00 p.m.5:00 p.m., alternate Saturday Venue: Endocrinology Duty Room (1115) Date Topic 12.01.13 PCOD 09.02.13 Phaeochromocytoma 23.02.13 Crohn disease 09.03.13 Cushing syndrome 16.03.13 Turner syndrome 13.04.13 Diabetes insipidus 27.04.13 Hypocalcaemia 11.05.13 Androgen insensitivity syndrome 25.05.13 Acromegaly Speaker Dr Roopal Dr Tarun Verma Dr Roopal Moderator Dr S. Kumar Dr S. Kumar Dr S. Tripathi Dr S. Tripathi Dr S. Kumar Dr S. Kumar Dr S. Tripathi

Dr Ashutosh Goyal Dr S. Tripathi

Dr Ashutosh Goyal Dr S. Kumar Dr Roopal Dr Tarun Verma Dr Roopal

30.03.13 Primary hyperparathyroidism Dr Tarun Verma

Dr Ashutosh Goyal Dr S. Tripathi

Ward Round
Time: 9 a.m.12 noon, daily Venue: 2nd CD

Major Postings
Ward posting OPD IVF department Nephrology Neurology Neurosurgery Ophthalmology Radiology Pathology Vascular surgery Genetic Medicine Biochemistry Nuclear Medicine

National and International Conferences


DNB candidates are sent to attend national and international conferences by rotation at least once a year.

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gastroenterology

Advisor: Dr S.K. Sama Chairperson: Dr Anil Arora Teaching Coordinators: Dr Mandhir Kumar, Dr Ashish Kumar
Journal Club
Time: 12 noon1 p.m., Tuesday Venue: Board Room Date 01.01.13 08.01.13 15.01.13 22.01.13 29.01.13 05.02.13 12.02.13 19.02.13 26.02.13 05.03.13 12.03.13 19.03.13 26.03.13 02.04.13 09.04.13 16.04.13 23.04.13 30.04.13 07.05.13 14.05.13 21.05.13 28.05.13 04.06.13 11.06.13 18.06.13 25.06.13 Theme Liver Liver GI GI Pancreas Pancreas Biliary Liver Liver GI GI Pancreas Pancreas Biliary Liver Liver GI GI Pancreas Pancreas Biliary Liver Liver GI GI Pancreas Presenter Dr Vijendra Kirnake Dr Mohan Goyal Dr Vinit Shah Dr Rinkesh Kumar Bansal Dr Vijendra Kirnake Dr Mohan Goyal Dr Vinit Shah Dr Rinkesh Kumar Bansal Dr Vijendra Kirnake Dr Rinkesh Kumar Bansal Dr Vinit Shah Dr Rinkesh Kumar Bansal Dr Vijendra Kirnake Dr Mohan Goyal Dr Vinit Shah Dr Mohan Goyal Dr Vijendra Kirnake Dr Vijendra Kirnake Dr Vinit Shah Dr Rinkesh Kumar Bansal Dr Mohan Goyal Dr Mohan Goyal Dr Vinit Shah Dr Mohan Goyal Dr Vijendra Kirnake Dr Rinkesh Kumar Bansal Moderator Dr Anil Arora Dr Mandhir Kumar Dr Ashish Kumar Dr Pankaj Tyagi Dr Munish Sachdeva Dr Praveen Sharma Dr Anil Arora Dr Mandhir Kumar Dr Ashish Kumar Dr Pankaj Tyagi Dr Munish Sachdeva Dr Praveen Sharma Dr Anil Arora Dr Piyush Ranjan Dr Ashish Kumar Dr Naresh Bansal Dr Munish Sachdeva Dr Vikas Singla Dr Anil Arora Dr Piyush Ranjan Dr Ashish Kumar Dr Naresh Bansal Dr Praveen Sharma Dr Vikas Singla Dr Mandhir Kumar Dr Piyush Ranjan

The discussion will be presented by a senior resident and moderated by a faculty member.

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Short Seminar
Time: 12 noon1 p.m., Friday Venue: Board Room Date Theme Topic 11.01.13 Liver Hepato-pulmonary syndrome 25.01.13 GI New therapies in celiac disease Presenter Moderator

Dr R.K. Bansal Dr P. Ranjan Dr M. Goyal Dr N. Bansal

08.02.13 Pancreas Infected pancreatic necrosis 22.02.13 Liver

Dr V. Kirnake Dr V. Singla

Vaccines for hepatitis Dr Vinit Shah Dr P. Ranjan C and hepatitis E: Current status Dr V. Kirnake Dr N. Bansal Dr M. Goyal Dr V. Singla

08.03.13 GI Small intestinal lymphoma 22.03.13 Pancreas Management of chronic pancreatitis 29.03.13 Biliary Sphincter of Oddi dysfunction 12.04.13 Liver Acute kidney injury in cirrhosis

Dr Vinit Shah Dr M. Kumar Dr R.K. Bansal Dr P. Tyagi Dr Vinit Shah Dr P. Sharma Dr M. Goyal Dr M. Kumar

26.04.13 GI Eosinophilic oesophagitis 10.05.13 Pancreas Neuro-endocrine tumours 24.05.13 Biliary 31.05.13 Liver 14.06.13 GI

Prevention of ERCP- Dr V. Kirnake Dr P. Tyagi induced complications Predictors of response Dr R.K. Bansal Dr M. Sachdeva in HCV treatment: Current status Recent advances in treatment of nonulcer dyspepsia Dr V. Shah Dr Anil Arora

28.06.13 Pancreas Pancreatic ascites

Dr M. Goyal

Dr A. Kumar

Case Presentations
Time: 12 noon1 p.m., Friday Venue: Board Room

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Date Presenter 04.01.13 18.01.13 01.02.13 15.02.13 01.03.13 15.03.13 05.04.13 19.04.13 03.05.13 17.05.13 07.06.13 21.06.13 Dr Jay Toshniwal Dr Romesh Chawlani Dr Jay Toshniwal Dr Romesh Chawlani Dr Mohan Goyal Dr Vijendra Kirnake Dr Rinkesh Kumar Bansal Dr Vinit Shah Dr Mohan Goyal Dr Vijendra Kirnake Dr Rinkesh Kumar Bansal Dr Vinit Shah

Bedside Case Presentation


Time: 3 p.m.4 p.m., Monday and Thursday Venue: Wards Date Presenter 03.01.13 07.01.13 10.01.13 14.01.13 17.01.13 21.01.13 24.01.13 28.01.13 31.01.13 04.02.13 07.02.13 11.02.13 14.02.13 18.02.13 21.02.13 25.02.13 28.02.13 04.03.13 07.03.13 11.03.13 14.03.13 Dr Romesh Chawlani Dr Jay Toshniwal Dr Vijendra Kirnake Dr Mohan Goyal Dr Vinit Shah Dr Rinkesh Kumar Bansal Dr Romesh Chawlani Dr Jay Toshniwal Dr Vijendra Kirnake Dr Mohan Goyal Dr Vinit Shah Dr Rinkesh Kumar Bansal Dr Romesh Chawlani Dr Jay Toshniwal Dr Vijendra Kirnake Dr Mohan Goyal Dr Vinit Shah Dr Rinkesh Kumar Bansal Dr Vijendra Kirnake Dr Mohan Goyal Dr Vinit Shah Moderator Dr Anil Arora Dr Mandhir Kumar Dr Piyush Ranjan Dr Ashish Kumar Dr Pankaj Tyagi Dr Naresh Bansal Dr Munish Sachdeva Dr Praveen Sharma Dr Vikas Singla Dr Anil Arora Dr Mandhir Kumar Dr Piyush Ranjan Dr Ashish Kumar Dr Pankaj Tyagi Dr Naresh Bansal Dr Munish Sachdeva Dr Praveen Sharma Dr Vikas Singla Dr Anil Arora Dr Mandhir Kumar Dr Piyush Ranjan

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Date Presenter 18.03.13 21.03.13 25.03.13 28.03.13 01.04.13 04.04.13 08.04.13 11.04.13 15.04.13 18.04.13 22.04.13 25.04.13 29.04.13 02.05.13 06.05.13 09.05.13 13.05.13 16.05.13 20.05.13 23.05.13 27.05.13 30.05.13 03.06.13 06.06.13 10.06.13 13.06.13 17.06.13 20.06.13 24.06.13 27.06.13 Dr Rinkesh Kumar Bansal Dr Vijendra Kirnake Dr Mohan Goyal Dr Vinit Shah Dr Rinkesh Kumar Bansal Dr Vijendra Kirnake Dr Mohan Goyal Dr Vinit Shah Dr Rinkesh Kumar Bansal Dr Vijendra Kirnake Dr Mohan Goyal Dr Vinit Shah Dr Rinkesh Kumar Bansal Dr Vijendra Kirnake Dr Mohan Goyal Dr Vinit Shah Dr Rinkesh Kumar Bansal Dr Vijendra Kirnake Dr Mohan Goyal Dr Vinit Shah Dr Rinkesh Kumar Bansal Dr Vijendra Kirnake Dr Mohan Goyal Dr Vinit Shah Dr Rinkesh Kumar Bansal Dr Vijendra Kirnake Dr Mohan Goyal Dr Vinit Shah Dr Rinkesh Kumar Bansal Dr Vijendra Kirnake

Moderator Dr Ashish Kumar Dr Pankaj Tyagi Dr Naresh Bansal Dr Munish Sachdeva Dr Praveen Sharma Dr Vikas Singla Dr Anil Arora Dr Mandhir Kumar Dr Piyush Ranjan Dr Ashish Kumar Dr Pankaj Tyagi Dr Naresh Bansal Dr Munish Sachdeva Dr Praveen Sharma Dr Vikas Singla Dr Anil Arora Dr Mandhir Kumar Dr Piyush Ranjan Dr Ashish Kumar Dr Pankaj Tyagi Dr Naresh Bansal Dr Munish Sachdeva Dr Praveen Sharma Dr Vikas Singla Dr Anil Arora Dr Mandhir Kumar Dr Piyush Ranjan Dr Ashish Kumar Dr Pankaj Tyagi Dr Naresh Bansal

CPC
Time: 3 p.m.4 p.m., 3rd Tuesday Venue: Seminar Room

Postings
All senior residents/ DNB students will be posted in the Endoscopy Room/ ERCP and OPD by rotation.

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general surgery

Chairperson: Dr Vijay Arora Teaching Coordinator: Dr R. Sarangi


The academic programme for postgraduate students includes formal lectures, case discussions, seminars, Journal Clubs, experience in the wards and outpatient department, and in the operation theatre. Seminars/ Journal Clubs are held on a weekly basis in which a postgraduate student, assisted by a consultant, presents a surgical topic.

Requirements
Log books: Postgraduate students record all operations (assisted or performed) in their log books which are countersigned by the consultants. Case records: Attendance: A minimum attendance of 75% is mandatory.

Examinations
Board examinations: The DNB examinations in General Surgery are normally held twice a year. Our postgraduate students take the examination in August. Only one batch of students is admitted per year. Internal examinations: Internal examinations are held twice a year. The examination is based on the format of the DNB examinations.

Duties
Postgraduate students of all years perform on-call duties which average 6 per month under the guidance of a senior resident. The duties involve attending to emergencies in the ward as well as in the casualty.

Outpatient Teaching Schedule


Postgraduate students attend outpatient clinics thrice a week along with the rest of the unit in which they are posted.

Teaching Ward Rounds


In addition to daily ward rounds, teaching ward rounds are conducted by the consultants as per the following schedule.

Operation Theatre
Postgraduate students attend the operation theatres twice a week where they assist in or perform operations under supervision.

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Formal Lecture/Case Presentation


Day Time Monday 3 p.m.4 p.m. Wednesday 3 p.m.4 p.m. Consultant Dr G.D. Goel, Dr R. Sarangi, Dr B.B. Agarwal, Dr P. Jindal (Operative surgery, X-ray demonstration, specimen) UnitI/ II/ III

Friday 11:30 a.m.12:30 p.m. Clinical Combined RoundSurgical Rounds 2nd FridayDr V. Arora UnitII 3rd FridayDr V.K. Malik UnitIII 3 p.m.4 p.m. Saturday 1:15 p.m.2:00 p.m. Dr Vijay Arora, Dr V.K. Malik, Dr C.S. Ramachandran, Dr T. Mustafa Seminars/ Journals/ Faculty lectures

Postings
Postgraduate students rotate through the various surgical specialties as per the following schedule: Posting Duration Parent Surgical Unit 1 year 6 months Surgical Gastroenterology 2 months Urology 1 month CTVS 1 month Other Surgical Units 6 months (3 + 3) Parent Surgical Units 4 months Plastic Surgery 1 month Paediatric Surgery 1 month Neurosurgery 2 weeks Orthopaedics 2 weeks ICU 2 weeks Pathology 2 weeks

Training program for the super-specialty students (Plastic Surgery, Paediatric Surgery, Cardiac Surgery)
Students from these specialties while on rotation will attend the regular teaching programs of the department. The following subjects will be covered during their stay in the department Inflammation, Abscess, Cellulitis, Sepsis, Shock, Haemorrhage, Wound healing tumours Benign and Malignant, Systemic General Surgery Overview (Abdominal wall, GI, Hepatobiliary pancreatic, Genito-urinary, Thyroid, Breast, Regional lymph nodes, upper and lower limbs).

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Lectures on the following topics will be delivered by the faculty members Abdominal wall anatomy, its relevance in relation to abdominal wall hernia Septic shock: Pathophysiology and its management Anatomy of venous system of lower limb and management of chronic venous insufficiency Buergers disease Lymphatic drainage of breast. Discuss concept of sentinel node biopsy in breast cancer Parotid tumors. Management of high grade parotid tumors presenting with facial palsy.

Seminar/Journal Club
Time: 1:15 p.m. (every Saturday) Venue: Seminar Room/Auditorium Date Topic 05.01.13 Pathophysiology of DIC and its management 12.01.13 PG Kamran Ali Moderator Dr Vijay Arora

Surgical anatomy of meso- Faculty Lecture Dr Vinod K. Malik rectum and its importance in the management of carcinoma rectum Dr S. Bishnoi Dr R. Sarangi

19.01.13 Surgical anatomy of the liver and management of liver trauma 26.01.13
holiday

02.02.13 Journal Club

Dr K. Goyal

Dr C.S. Ramachandran

09.02.13 Malignant carcinoid syndrome, clinical feature, Faculty Lecture Dr Brij B. Agarwal diagnosis and treatment 16.02.13 Pathophysiology of burn Dr M.V. Pulle Dr Pramoj Jindal shock and fluid resuscitaiton of a burn patient 23.02.13 02.03.13 Indication of liver Dr G. Kumar transplant. Difference between cadaveric liver and live related donor transplant Classify salivary gland Dr K. Goyal tumours. Management of pleomorphic adenoma of the parotid gland Dr Taha Mustafa

Dr Manish K. Gupta

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Date Topic 09.03.13 Journal Club

PG

Moderator

16.03.13 Management of a solitary Faculty Lecture Dr S.K. Das thyroid nodule 23.03.13 Principles of management Dr M.V. Pulle Dr Vijay Arora of diabetic foot 30.03.13 Journal Club Dr G. Kumar Dr V.K. Malik Dr R. Sarangi 06.04.13 What is selective neck Dr S. Bishnoi dissection? Discussion on its types, their basis and complications 13.04.13
holiday

20.04.13 Locally advanced breast Faculty Lecture Dr Ashish Dey cancer and its management 27.04.13 Management of primary Dr K. Goyal thyrotoxicosis 04.05.13 Journal Club 11.05.13 Management of gastric cancer 18.05.13 Cause of benign biliary stricture and its management 25.05.13 Intestinal complications of enteric fever and their management Dr G. Kumar Dr Brij B. Agarwal Dr Pramoj Jindal

Faculty Lecture Dr C.S. Ramachandran Dr M.V. Pulle Dr Taha Mustafa

Dr K. Goyal

Dr Tarun Mittal

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haematology and clinical pathology

Chairperson: Dr Manorama Bhargava Teaching Coordinator: Dr Swasti Sinha


Time: 2:15 p.m.3:00 p.m., Tuesday and Friday Venue: Residents reporting room, Department of Haematology
Date Topic Speaker Dr Swasti Sinha Dr Swasti Sinha Moderator

01.01.13 Timed slide seminar followed by discussion

04.01.13 Microteaching: New treatments Dr Mir Sadaqat in haemophilia 08.01.13 Journal Club 11.01.13 Microteaching: Late effects of ALL therapy 15.01.13 Microteaching: Monitoring and discontinuation of therapy in CML 17.01.13 Departmental case presentation Dr Sachin Khurana Dr Afaq A. Khan Dr Abdul Baseer

Dr Amrita Saraf

18.01.13 Microteaching: Genetic markers Dr Jeevan Kumar Dr Sabina Langer in relation to therapeutic management of AML 22.01.13 Case study 29.01.13 Monthly assessment: Spots 01.02.13 Microteaching: Post-trans- plantation vaccination 05.02.13 Topic discussion: MRD in acute leukaemias Dr M. Bhargava Dr Swasti Sinha Dr Jeevan Kumar Dr Amrita Saraf

08.02.13 Microteaching: CNS leukaemia Dr Sachin Khurana Dr Swasti Sinha in childhood and adolescent ALL 12.02.13 Case study 15.02.13 Microteaching: Approach to haemophagocytic syndromes 19.02.13 Microteaching: Management of myelofibrosis 22.02.13 Journal Club 26.02.13 Microteaching: Iron chelators 01.03.13 Microteaching: Proteomics in haematology 05.03.13 Case study 08.03.13 Microteaching: Platelet refractoriness Dr Swasti Sinha Dr Mir Sadaqat Dr Afaq A. Khan Dr Sabina Langer Dr Abdul Baseer Dr Jeevan Kumar Dr Amrita Saraf Dr Abdul Baseer Dr M. Bhargava Dr Sachin Khurana Dr Sabina Langer Dr Amrita Saraf

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Date

Topic

Speaker Dr Jeevan Kumar

Moderator

12.03.13 Journal Club

15.03.13 Microteaching: T-regulatory cells Dr Afaq A. Khan Dr Swasti Sinha in haematological malignancies 19.03.13 Topic discussion: D-dimer testing Dr Sabina Langer and its role in management of DVT 21.03.13 Departmental case presentation 22.03.13 Microteaching: Micro- environment of bone marrow Dr Mir Sadaqat

02.04.13 Microteaching: Diagnostic and Dr Jeevan Kumar Dr M Bhargava therapeutic developments in HL 05.04.13 Journal Club 09.04.13 Microteaching: Management of venous thromboembolism in pregnancy Dr Sachin Khurana Dr Abdul Baseer Dr Amrita Saraf

12.04.13 Microteaching: Role of rituximab New DNB SR-I in haematology and recent advances 16.04.13 Topic discussion 26.04.13 Microteaching: Diagnosis and management of Hb E/beta thalassaemia 30.04.13 Monthly assessment: Theory 03.05.13 Microteaching: Inherited platelet disorders 07.05.13 Journal Club 10.05.13 Microteaching: Approach to a patient of erythrocytosis 14.05.13 Microteaching: Diagnosis and management of iron overload syndromes 17.05.13 Microteaching: Transfusion- dependent anaemia in a child 21.05.13 Topic discussion Dr M. Bhargava New DNB SR-II

Dr Swasti Sinha

Dr Sabina Langer

Dr Swasti Sinha Dr Sachin Khurana New DNB SR-I Dr Jeevan Kumar Dr Swasti Sinha Dr Abdul Baseer Dr Sabina Langer

16.05.13 Departmental case presentation New DNB SR-II Dr Swasti Sinha

24.05.13 Microteaching: Newer prognostic New DNB SR-I markers in multiple myeloma 28.05.13 Technique discussion: Platelet Dr Amrita Saraf aggregometry and interpretation 31.05.13 Guest lecture: Thrombophilia in a paediatric population Dr S.P. Yadav

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Date

Topic

Speaker Dr Sachin Khurana New DNB SR-II Dr Abdul Baseer

Moderator

04.06.13 Microteaching: Benign monoclonal lymphocytosis 07.06.13 Microteaching: Management of FVIII inhibitors 11.06.13 Microteaching: Management of Ph-positive ALL and recent advances 14.06.13 Topic discussion 18.06.13 Journal Club 25.06.13 Case study 28.06.13 Half-yearly DNB assessment

Dr Amrita Saraf Dr Sabina Langer

Dr Sabina Langer Dr Jeevan Kumar Dr M. Bhargava Dr Swasti Sinha

21.06.13 Microteaching: Infant leukaemias New DNB SR-I

Please note: All teaching will be held in the residents reporting room of the Department of Haematology from 2:15 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Thursday Pathology Meet (Haematology)


Will be held on 3rd Thursday of every month in the Seminar Room at 2:15 p.m.

Guest Lecture
Thrombocytopenia in a ICU patient will be held in the Seminar Room (near Library).

hospital administration Head of the Department: Dr Reena Kumar Teaching Coordinator: Dr V.K. Kapur

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The curriculum of DNB Hospital Administration aims to make the trainee knowledgeable about the basic principles of management, improve their skills in the art and science of management. It also aims to give them a comprehensive working of the elements of hospital functioning, functioning of various departments and facilities with a special understanding of the matrix of their interdependence. Trainees are required to learn: 1. To be able to understand the various processes of hospital functioning. 2. To acquire the art and science of management. 3. To accquire skills to identify bottlenecks and problems in hospital processes and work out solutions for them. 4. To create quality, efficiency and effectiveness of tasks at various levels of functioning. 5. To identify challenges in the hospital system and propose growth and development in the wake of changing hospital scenario. 6. To be proficient in all modern management techniques and their application in day-to-day affairs of the hospital. 7. To review the literature and modern developments in healthcare with emphasis on hospital care. 8. To acquire teaching skills and data presentation and to be the source of knowledge transfer and technical skills to PG students, interns, residents and nursing students. 9. To acquire skills of resource methodology and to be able to conduct research in hospital processes and related topics. 10. To be highly competent in the field of hospital administration. 11. To be able to function independently as hospital administrator in a teaching/non-teaching/public or private hospital.

Trainees will
Do ward rounds and rounds of the hospital. Be posted in rotation to different areas of the hospital. Attend administrative morning rounds conducted everyday except on Wednesday. Attempt at least two theory assignments every month on the topics covered. Discuss important administrative issues, problems, opportunities for improvement and corrective measures with the faculty. Attend the administrative meeting held every Wednesday. Carry out any other work assigned from time to time in an effective and efficient manner

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1. Administrative morning round 2. Journal Club/ Seminars 3. Teaching sessions 4. Hospital administration faculty meeting Everyday except Wednesday Once fortnightly 12 hours every day Once fortnightly and SOS

Seminars/Journal Clubs
Alternate Wednesdays Date Speaker Moderator 09.01.13 23.01.13 13.02.13 27.02.13 13.03.13 27.03.13 10.04.13 24.04.13 08.05.13 22.05.13 12.06.13 26.06.13 DNB student DNB student DNB student DNB student DNB student DNB student DNB student DNB student DNB student DNB student DNB student DNB student Dr Sunita Sunda Dr Sunita Sunda Dr Suchita Katoch Dr Suchita Katoch Dr Shalini Dr Shalini Dr Ruby Sahney Dr Ruby Sahney Dr Reena Kumar Dr Reena Kumar Dr V.K. Kapur Dr V.K. Kapur

Academic schedule for DNB Hospital and Health Administration (January 2013June 2013) For admission year 2011 5th Semester (January 2013June 2013)
Legal issues in hospital administration Hospital hazards Biomedical waste management Disaster management in hospitals Equipment management Nursing administration Human relations in hospitals Quality in health services Employee welfare Office procedures and disciplinary action Basics of computers Gazetted Acts National health programmes

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Posting in various areas for 6 months [5th Semester] (January 2013June 2013) for admission year 2011 July
01.01.1315.01.13 16.01.1331.01.13 Cash, Accounts PRO, Marketing

February
01.02.1315.02.13 Parking and ETP 16.02.1328.02.13 Security

March
01.03.1315.03.13 HR and PET scan 16.03.1331.03.13 Housekeeping

April
01.04.1315.04.13 Sanitation 16.04.1330.04.13 TPA and International desk

May
01.05.1315.05.13 General wards (To study the admission process) 16.05.1331.05.13 Casualty

June
01.06.1315.06.13 ICU General ward 16.06.1330.06.13 MRD

Academic schedule for DNB Hospital and Health Administration (January 2013June 2013) For admission year 2012 2nd Semester (January 2013June 2013)
Developments of management concepts Management function and tools Fundamentals of planning and decision-making Organization structure and function Basics of computer (HIS) Communication Organizational behaviour and group dynamics Management Information System (MIS) Material management

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Posting in various areas for 6 months [2nd Semester] (January 2013June 2013) for admission year 2012 January
01.01.1315.01.13 16.01.1331.01.13 CSSD, Manifold 5th Floor SSRB, OT store Laundry, Linen Store, Housekeeping Department Cardiac Centre, Cath Laboratories, OTs Pharmacy (Ground Floor, Basement) Lithotripsy, Cash Counter, Staff Pharmacy LevelII SSRB, LevelIII SSRB Gastroenterology Labs, Vascular Lab MRD and HIS (Computer Section) Labour Room, IVF, MtySP, MtyGW Paediatrics, Thalassaemia, Nursery Nephrology, Dialysis, Urometry

February
01.02.1315.02.13 16.02.1328.02.13

March
01.03.1315.03.13 16.03.1331.03.13

April
01.04.1315.04.13 16.04.1330.04.13

May
01.05.1315.05.13 16.05.1331.05.13

June
01.06.1315.06.13 16.06.1330.06.13

INSTITUTE OF CHILD HEALTH Director: Dr P.K. Pruthi NEONATOLOGY Chairperson: Dr Neelam Kler Teaching Coordinator: Dr Pankaj Garg

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The DNB Neonatology programme has been running in the department for the past 7 years. Department has also started NNF fellowship (1 year) from this year (2012) in which two students are enrolled every year. DNB students from the Department of Paediatrics come for rotation for a period of 6 months out of their total posting of 3 years in Paediatrics. There is a morning round in which all patients are discussed in detail. Case presentation is done on Thursdays. DNB students from the Department of Gynaecology and Obstetrics are posted with us for a period of 2 weeks and selected topics are taught to them by the consultants of the department. The department is also involved in the teaching programme of the nurses posted in the department. Every Thursday between 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m., one of the consultants takes their class on relevant topics. These classes are also attended by the residents of the department. Department has regular observers which are trained in the department for three months.

Teaching Schedule
The curriculum of the department aims to make the trainees independent clinicians/consultants.
Departmental seminar Departmental faculty lecture Fellows Theory test Combined conference with Paediatrics Journal Club: Neonatology NICU statistics meeting Neonatology case presentation Interhospital meeting Perinatology meeting Twice a week (Monday and Wednesday, 2:00 p.m.3:00 p.m., Seminar room) Every Thursday (2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.) Every Friday 3:00 p.m. Once a week (Friday, 2:00 p.m.3:00 p.m., Working Womens Hostel) Twice a month (Monday) Every 15th of the month Twice a week (Tuesday, Thursday, bedside) Once every 4 months (Delhi NNF Meeting) Once a month (2nd Tuesday, WWH)

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Date Topic 02.01.13 07.01.13 09.01.13 14.01.13 16.01.13 21.01.13 23.01.13 28.01.13 30.01.13 04.02.13 06.02.13 11.02.13 13.02.13 18.02.13 20.02.13 25.02.13 27.02.13 04.03.13 06.03.13 11.03.13 13.03.13 18.03.13 20.03.13 25.03.13 27.03.13 01.04.13 03.04.13 08.04.13 Oligohydramnios and polyhydramnios Test of foetal surveillance Multiple gestation Foetal surgery and foetal counselling Intrauterine infections Journal club on Young Infant Study Congenital malformations Stem cells in neonatology Developmentally supportive care and early stimulation Simulation-based training in neoantology Genetic aspect of perinatal diagnosis and perinatal imaging Development immunology Immunological dosorders of childhood Postnatal bacterial infections, fungal and protozoal and fungal infections Viral infections Normal and abnormal brain development Hypoxic ischaemic brain injury in the newborn: How to prevent it? White matter injury, intracranial haemorrhage and vascular lesions HIE, seizures in neonates Nosocomial infections Hypotonia and NM disorder, disorders in head size and shape, myelomeningocele Follow-up for high-risk neonates, hearing loss in newborn infants Lung development and maturation, assessment of pulmonary function Preventive strategies in perinatal asphyxia Pathophysiology and management of RDS/ assisted ventiation and complications Respiratory disorder in preterm and term infants Upper airway lesions/ BPD/ therapy for cardiorespiratory failure Fungal sepsis in newborns

Moderator Dr Neelam Kler Dr Satish Saluja Dr Pankaj Garg Dr Arun Soni Dr Neelam Kler Dr Satish Saluja Dr Pankaj Garg Dr Arun Soni Dr Neelam Kler Dr Satish Saluja Dr Pankaj Garg Dr Arun Soni Dr Neelam Kler Dr Satish Saluja Dr Pankaj Garg Dr Arun Soni Dr Neelam Kler Dr Satish Saluja Dr Pankaj Garg Dr Arun Soni Dr Neelam Kler Dr Satish Saluja Dr Pankaj Garg Dr Arun Soni Dr Neelam Kler Dr Satish Saluja Dr Pankaj Garg Dr Arun Soni

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Date Topic 10.04.13 15.04.13 17.04.13 22.04.13 24.04.13 29.04.13 01.05.13 08.05.13 13.05.13 15.05.13 20.05.13 22.05.13 27.05.13 29.05.13 03.06.13 05.06.13 10.06.13 12.06.13 17.06.13 19.06.13 24.06.13 26.06.13 Maternal infections during pregnancy Newborn screening Transfusion practices in newborns Blood and haematopoietic system GIT development, physiology/ disorders of digestion Neonatal jaundice and liver disease IEM Monitoring and complications of TPN Ventilatory strategies in neonates Surfactant use in RDS Prevention of perinatal brain injury Approach to respiratory distress in a newborn Pulmonary physiology Rational antibiotic therapy The kidney and urinary tract The skin Neonatal orthopaedics Management of shock Fluid therapy in surgical neonates Necrotizing enterocolitis Neonatal jaundice: How to manage well? Non-invasive ventilation: CPAP and beyond

Moderator Dr Neelam Kler Dr Satish Saluja Dr Pankaj Garg Dr Arun Soni Dr Neelam Kler Dr Satish Saluja Dr Pankaj Garg Dr Arun Soni Dr Neelam Kler Dr Satish Saluja Dr Pankaj Garg Dr Arun Soni Dr Neelam Kler Dr Satish Saluja Dr Pankaj Garg Dr Arun Soni Dr Neelam Kler Dr Satish Saluja Dr Pankaj Garg Dr Arun Soni Dr Neelam Kler Dr Satish Saluja

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Chairperson: Dr R. Kulshrestha Teaching Coordinator: Dr Alpana Prasad


The Department of Paediatric Surgery runs the DNB course with one candidate to be admitted every year. Postgraduates from General Surgery and Paediatrics are also required to be taught topics in Paediatric Surgery. The department has four operating daysMonday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. Free OPD is held on all days.

Teaching Schedule/Case presentation


Teaching programme for postgraduate students Seminar Clinical meeting with the Department of Paediatrics Every Tuesday (12 noon1 p.m.) Every Friday (2 p.m.3 p.m.)

Duties
Postgraduates are on call from the Department of Paediatric Surgery every day.

Outpatient Teaching Schedule


Postgraduate students attend outpatient clinics thrice a week along with the rest of the unit in which they are posted.

Requirements
Log book: Postgraduates are required to record all operations (assisted or performed) in their log book which is countersigned by consultants. Seminar Time: 12 noon1 p.m., Tuesday, Friday Venue: Seminar room/ Paediatric Surgery Office Date Topics Speaker Moderator Mrinal Dr Alpana Prasad

01.01.13 Physiological considerations in paediatric surgery 04.01.13 Case presentation 08.01.13 Paediatric traumaan overview 11.01.13 Case presentation 15.01.13 Abdominal traumaI 18.01.13 Case presentation 22.01.13 Abdominal traumaII

Sugandh Dr Alpana Prasad Sugandh Dr R. Kulshrestha Mrinal Mrinal Mrinal Dr R. Kulshrestha Dr Alpana Prasad Dr R. Kulshrestha

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Topics

Speaker Moderator Mrinal Dr R. Kulshrestha Sugandh Dr Alpana Prasad Sugandh Dr R. Kulshrestha Mrinal Mrinal Mrinal Dr R. Kulshrestha Dr Alpana Prasad Dr R. Kulshrestha Sugandh Dr Alpana Prasad

25.01.13 Journal Club 01.02.13 Thoracic trauma 05.02.13 Case presentation 08.02.13 Urinary tract injuries in children 12.02.13 Case presentation 15.02.13 Head and spinal trauma 19.02.13 Case presentation 22.02.13 Journal Club 26.02.13 Nutritional support in a paediatric surgical patient 01.03.13 Burn injuries in children 05.03.13 Case presentation 08.03.13 Foreign bodies in children 12.03.13 Case presentation 15.03.13 Chest wall deformities 19.03.13 Case presentation 22.03.13 Pulmonary and bronchial malformations 26.03.13 Journal Club

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29.03.13 Empyema and other acquired Mrinal lesions of the lung 02.04.13 Case presentation 05.04.13 Congenital diaphragmatic hernia 09.04.13 Case presentation 12.04.13 Mediastinal masses in children 16.04.13 Case presentation 19.04.13 Ethical considerations in paediatric surgery 23.04.13 Journal Club 26.04.13 Oesophageal atresia and TEF 30.04.13 Case presentation 03.05.13 Gastro-oesophageal reflux (GER) 07.05.13 Case presentation 10.05.13 GI endoscopy in children 14.05.13 Case presentation 17.05.13 Cleft lip

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Date

Topics

Speaker Moderator Mrinal Mrinal Mrinal Mrinal Dr Alpana Prasad Dr R. Kulshrestha Dr R. Kulshrestha Dr Alpana Prasad Sugandh Dr Alpana Prasad Sugandh Dr R. Kulshrestha

21.05.13 Journal Club 24.05.13 Cleft palate 28.05.13 Case presentation 04.06.13 Case presentation 07.06.13 Neck swellings 11.06.13 Case presentation 14.06.13 Inguinoscrotal lesions 18.06.13 Journal Club 21.06.13 Umbilical disorders 25.06.13 Case presentation 28.06.13 Haemangioma and vascular malformations 31.05.13 Other craniofacial anomalies

Sugandh Dr Alpana Prasad Sugandh Dr R. Kulshrestha Mrinal Mrinal Dr R. Kulshrestha Dr Alpana Prasad Sugandh Dr Alpana Prasad Sugandh Dr R. Kulshrestha

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Topics allotted for lectures for this session will cover some aspects of General Paediatrics, Haematology, GIT, Nephrology, Cardiology, Rheumatology, Infectious Diseases, Psychiatry, Pulmonology and Neurology. Most of the selected topics are those which have not been discussed in the past 23 sessions.

Requirements
Postgraduate students maintain a log book to record the cases discussed (or presented), procedures done (or assisted), clinical meetings or lectures attended. Attendance requirements are as per the hospital rules.

Examinations
Examinations are held every two months.

Teaching Schedule
Clinical meeting Journal Club Lecture (schedule listed below) Bedside case discussion Perinatology meeting Grand round Clinical case meeting Every Friday Once a month Every Tuesday Daily 2nd Tuesday of the month Every Saturday Every Thursday

Lecture
Time: 12 noon1 p.m., every Tuesday Venue: Department of Paediatrics Date Topic 01.01.13 Protein energy malnutrition 08.01.13 Vitamin D and calcium metabolism 15.01.13 Autistic disorders 22.01.13 Valvular heart disease 29.01.13 Leukaemiadiagnosis and management 05.02.13 Approach to a child with recurrent pneumonia 12.02.13 Ambiguous genitalia Consultant Resident

Dr Nishant Wadhwa Dr Nitin Dr P.K. Pruthi Dr Richa Dr Praveen Suman Dr Chintan Dr Neeraj Aggarwal Dr Jyoti Dr S.P. Yadav Dr Utsav Dr Dhiren Gupta Dr Archana D. Arya Dr Nupur Dr Kalyan

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Resident

19.02.13 Voiding disorders Dr Kanav Anand Dr Shanti 26.02.13 Common poisonings Dr Suresh Gupta Dr Akriti 05.03.13 Recurrent abdominal pain Dr Nishant Wadhwa Dr Nitin 12.03.13 Thrombocytopenia Dr Anupam Sachdeva Dr Richa 19.03.13 Newer vaccines Dr Dinesh Kaul Dr Chintan 26.03.13 Approach to a child with Dr Sujata Sawhney Dr Jyoti joint pains 02.04.13 Management of a child with Dr Praveen Kr Singh Dr Utsav headache 09.04.13 Haemolytic uraemic syndrome Dr Kanav Anand Dr Nupur 16.04.13 Malabsorption Dr Nishant Wadhwa Dr Kalyan 23.04.13 Hereditary nephropathies Dr P.K. Pruthi Dr Shanti 30.04.13 Chromosomal anomalies Dr Sunita Bijarnia Dr Akriti 07.05.13 Approach to neuromuscular Dr Praveen Kr. Singh Dr Nitin disorders 14.05.13 Solid tumours Dr S.P. Yadav Dr Richa 21.05.13 Inflammatory bowel disease Dr N. Wadhwa Dr Chintan 28.05.13 Approach to a child with Dr Kanav Anand Dr Jyoti proteinuria and haematuria 04.06.13 Approach to a child with Dr Dhiren Gupta Dr Utsav dyspnoea 11.06.13 Common psychological disorders Dr Deepak Gupta Dr Nupur 18.06.13 Renal tubular disorders Dr P.K. Pruthi Dr Kalyan 25.06.13 Newer anticonvulsant drugs Dr R.K. Sabharwal Dr Shanti

Journal Club
Time: 2 p.m.3 p.m., Friday (once a month) Venue: Lecture Hall, Working Womens Hostel Auditorium

Clinical Meeting
Time: 2 p.m., Friday Venue: Lecture Hall, Working Womens Hostel Auditorium

Clinical Case Meeting


Time: 2 p.m., Friday Venue: Department of Paediatrics

Postings
Postgraduate students are posted in each unit for 34 months. They have to attend the OPD/ special clinic of the unit at least twice a week.

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Outline The Institute of Minimal Access, Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery is a leading centre of excellence in its field, in South-East Asia. The Institute is actively involved in innovating surgical care in its domain and disseminating its expertise through formal and informal academic activities. The Institute conducts the following training programmes: a. Post-Doctoral Fellowship The post-doctoral fellowship programme (F.N.B.) in Minimal Access Surgery is conducted under the National Board of Examinations (NBE) for a period of two years. Two fellows are admitted each year through a national selection process based on academic results. The purpose of the fellowship is to train fellows in the science of advanced minimal access surgical care with a view to make them independent clinicians/ surgeons. There will be stress on the acquisition of academic knowledge and practical skills during the fellowship. 1. The fellows are expected to be proficient in relevant endoscopic surgical anatomy of the areas studied and minimal access surgical physiology (within 3 months). 2. The fellows are expected to choose a research topic of interest with the assistance of their guide, which will be their dissertation towards qualifying for their post-doctoral fellowship (within 3 months). 3. The fellows are expected to be proficient in the knowledge of basic and advanced minimal access surgical equipment (within 6 months). 4. The fellows are expected to be proficient in the theoretical and practical knowledge of basic minimal access surgical procedures (within one year). 5. The fellows are expected to be proficient in the theoretical and practical knowledge of advanced minimal access surgical procedures (within 24 months). The fellows will witness, assist and perform minimal access surgery in a graded format. The fellows are to maintain a properly indexed log book indicating work done, academic presentations made and internal assessments. There will be a periodic assessment of clinical aptitude and academic performance. Progress during the fellowship is contingent on the fellows global performance. The fellows are required to attend all ward rounds, document clinical activity (electronic and paper), operating sessions, academic sessions, undertake active research, present and publish.

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The institute conducts a regular weekly academic teaching schedule which follows the following pattern: Tuesday Thursday Saturday Seminar Journal Club Case presentation/ Video Operative Session

b. Basic Minimal Access Surgical Course A formal basic training course in Minimal Access Surgery is held every two months. The duration of the course is five days. c. Postgraduate Course A postgraduate introductory course is specifically designed keeping in mind the basic needs of students appearing for postgraduate examinations. The duration of the course is three days, to be held on the last Monday of every month. d. Endohernia Course Endoscopic hernia repair is being increasingly performed by surgeons practicing minimal access surgery. A large volume of these procedures are conducted in our department. In an effort to provide high quality practical training, the department has established a structured training course in various aspects of laparoscopic hernia repair. The duration of the course will vary from 4 to 8 weeks (depending on the experience of the surgeons). The above fellowship is stipendiary. Endoscopic hernia repair is being increasingly performed by surgeons practising minimal access surgery. In an effort to provide high quality practical training, our Institute established a three-day intensive course focusing on latest technology and development in endohernia surgery. Advanced minimally invasive techniques including laparoscopic totally extraperitoneal hernioplasty (TEP), laparoscopic repair of ventral/incisional hernias and controversies in hernia surgery will be addressed. It will also consist of lectures on various approaches to hernia surgery and the latest advances in its development. All participants will receive a certificate of participation. e. Bariatric Surgery Course The course is organized, keeping in mind the new treatment options available in the bariatric field and to develop treatment modalities of morbid obesity in India. It is designed to meet the educational needs for laparoscopic and Bariatric surgeons. The duration of the course is two days. f. Observership Observership courses where a batch of six observes undergo two weeks training.

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g. OT Surgical Staff Training Course Minimal access surgery is the future. It is a highly specialized, technology driven surgery that requires special training and exposure to sophisticated endovision equipment and hand instruments. The department is committed to provide educational opportunities to staff nurses and OT technicians to enhance their abilities, interests and knowledge in minimal access surgery. The duration of the course is two weeks. h. Research These positions are offered to motivated doctors and medical students for research. Training Courses Overview 1. Series of discussion about basic instrumentation, their maintenance and use, surgical procedures, complications and prevention of complications. 2. Acquisition of skills for laparoscopic surgery by endotrainer and simulators so that trainees get familiar with operating under 2D videoscopic guidance and learn how to manipulate instruments without injuring structures and to appreciate operating without depth perception. This helps in developing handeye coordination in an unstressed environment. 3. Active involvement in the operation theatre, initially observing operations performed by proficient surgeons and then assisting them during surgery in a graduated manner. 4. Training seminars and case discussions, which include various intricacies of surgery. Appropriate clinical assessment of every case is of vital importance in any laparoscopic surgery. 5. Video discussions, consisting of group discussions by the department on previously operated patients, unedited video recordings, critical evaluation of procedures, technique of handling difficult and unexpected situations. The department has an exhaustive video/CD library consisting of a large collection of videos/CDs (edited/unedited) of basic and advanced laparoscopic surgical procedures recorded digitally for teaching candidates and future references. 6. Monthly audit of all the cases performed in the previous month, to check on case assessment, instrument assessment, procedural difficulties, complications as well as discuss methods to improve patient care. 7. Basic reading of general and some specific procedures from textbooks as well as selected papers from latest journals. 8. Exposure to the latest developments in the field of minimal access surgery. 9. The department encourages and helps trainees to visit various super-

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specialized departments in the hospital such as the Department of Gastroenterology, Department of Surgical Gastroenterology, Department of Imaging CT scan and MRI, Department of Ultrasonology, etc. Instrumentation and allied technology for endoscopic surgery Cleaning, disinfection and sterilization of endoscopic equipment Biocompatibility of endoscopic instrumentation Imaging principles MRI/CT scanning Ultrasound Optical system Endoscopes Video equipments Rigid endoscopes Flexible endoscopes Semi-flexible endoscopes Light sources Exposure of the operative field Mechanical distension and gasless laparoscopy Hydraulic distention Gas insufflation Energy system (for cutting and coagulation) Therapeutic ultrasound Gallstone lithotripsy Access instruments Hand instruments Suturing devices Ligation instruments Clips and clip appliers Endostaplers Organ extraction Video technology for Minimal Access Surgery Television standards HDMI, DVI, S-Video, RGB signalling for optimal intraoperative monitor image Composite and component signal processing Recording systems Cameras Single-chip Three-chip

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Anaesthetic management in endoscopic surgery Operative Laparoscopy Diagnostic: Small bowel obstruction, large bowel obstruction, intra-abdominal sepsis, perforation, haemoperitoneum, malignancy, adhesiolysis. Thoracoscopy: Diagnostic thoracoscopy, lung biopsy, mediastinal lymph node biopsy, treatment of effusion/ empyema, pneumothorax, cervical sympathectomy, lobectomy. Upper GI tract: Fundoplication, cardiomyotomy, oesophageal myotomy, anti-reflux procedures, oesophageal diverticulum excision, repair of oesophageal perforation, laparoendoscopic transgastric surgery, excision of benign polyps, excision of leiomyomas, gastric ulcer bleeding, bleeding varices, diaphragmatic hernia repair, truncal vagotomy with posterior truncal vagotomy, highly selective vagotomy, laparoscopic pyloromyotomy. Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery: Laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy, laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, laparoscopic gastric banding Small bowel: Exploration for obstruction, exploration for perforation, resection and anastomosis for benign strictures Large bowel: Colectomy, anterior resection, laparoscopic-assisted APR, Rectopexy, Stapled haemorrhoidectomy Liver: Liver biopsy, benign cyst excision, abscess drainage Biliary system: Laparoscopic cholecystectomy, laparoscopic CBD exploration, laparoscopic choledocho-duodenostomy, laparoscopic Roux-en-Y hepaticojejunostomy, laparoscopic triple bypass for advanced pancreatico-biliary malignancy Pancreas: Laparoendoscopic pancreatic cysto-gastrostomy, cysto-jejunostomy and necrosectomy Solid organs: Splenectomy, adrenalectomy, nephrectomy

Hernia repair: Inguinal hernia repair Total extraperitoneal hernia repair (TEP) Transabdominal peritoneal hernia repair (TAPP) Ventral abdominal wall hernia repair Intraperitoneal onlay mesh repair (IPOM) Retroperitoneum: Adrenalectomy, nephrectomy, approach to the ureter, major vessels, vas deferens and undescended testes. Video-assisted vascular surgery: SEPS (Subfascial Endoscopic Perforator Surgery)

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MEDICAL ONCOLOGY

Chairperson: Dr Shyam Aggarwal


The Department of Medical Oncology was started in 1997. The department is involved in the management of haematological malignancies and solid tumours. It provides cancer chemotherapy and immunotherapy. The department is also involved in conducting autologous as well as autogenic bone marrow transplants. It is also involved in teaching DNB students of various disciplines. The department participates in the Grand Medical Round and Journal Club with the Department of Medicine.

Lecture
Time: 3 p.m.4 p.m., Second Friday Venue: Seminar Room Speaker: Dr Shyam Aggarwal Date Topic 11.01.13 08.02.13 08.03.13 12.04.13 10.05.13 Stem cell transplants Chronic myelogenous leukaemia (CML)new advances Targeted therapy for breast cancer Renal cell carcinoma (RCC)newer drugs Colon cancertargeted drugs

Journal Club
Day: 1st Saturday of every month Time: 3 p.m. Venue: Seminar Room

Case Presentation
Day: 2nd Friday of every month Time: 11:30 a.m. Venue: Seminar Room

MEDICINE AND FAMILY MEDICINE Advisor: Dr K.P. Jain Chairperson: Dr S.P. Byotra MEDICINE Teaching Coordinator: Dr P.S. Gupta
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Daily ward teaching in the unit in which the postgraduate is posted Daily discussion of cases and individual topics as per programme Regular presentation of cases in the wards and Grand Rounds Review of the literature in Journal Clubs and Seminars Compulsory attendance in all academic activities of the hospital. Posting in various subspecialties of Medicine, e.g. Cardiology, Neurology, Gastroenterology, etc. Posting in various subspecialty OPDs such as Dermatology and Psychiatry Night duties every 3rd to 4th day, 78 duties per month. During these duties the postgraduate student will work under close supervision of the senior resident. All students have to maintain log books. The documented activities have to be signed by the consultant of the concerned department in the log book on a day-to-day basis.

Postings in various units


Posting schedule for three-year postgraduate students: Medicine UnitI Medicine UnitII Medicine UnitIII Cardiology Indoor, OPD ICCU Non-invasive laboratory Gastroenterology Nephrology Neurology Indoor, OPD EEG, EMG laboratory Respiratory Unit ICU Casualty Skin and VD 6 months 6 months 6 months 10 weeks 3 weeks 3 weeks 8 weeks 8 weeks 8 weeks 10 weeks 4 weeks 4 weeks 4 weeks 6 weeks 4 weeks

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Psychiatry 4 weeks Diagnostics Radiology, Ultrasound, CT scan, MRI 4 weeks During the period of posting to various subspecialties, the postgraduate student will attend the speciality clinics, e.g. Cardiology, Neurology, Gastroenterology, Nephrology, Respiratory Medicine and Rheumatology.

Clinical Demonstration
2nd and 4th Monday 1st, 3rd and 5th Monday Wednesdays Thursdays Fridays 23 p.m. 23 p.m. 12 p.m. 34 p.m. 23:30 p.m. Pulmonology Medicine UnitII Dr K.P. Jain Dr P.S. Gupta Dr P.K. Aggarwal

Journal Club
Time: 1:30 p.m.2:30 p.m., Saturday Venue: Seminar Room, 2nd Floor Date Consultants 12.01.13 09.02.13 23.02.13 09.03.13 23.03.13 27.04.13 11.05.13 25.05.13 Dr D.S. Rana/ Dr A.K. Bhalla/ Dr A. Gupta/ Dr D. Khullar/ Dr Manish Mallik/ Dr Anurag Gupta/ Dr Vinant Bhargava Dr C.S. Aggarwal/ Dr Anshu Rohtagi/ Dr Rajiv Ranjan Dr Shyam Aggarwal Dr Sanjay Manchanda Dr Surender Kumar/ Dr Sudhir Tripathi Dr Neeraj Jain/ Dr Bobby Bhalotra/ Dr Ujjwal Parikh Dr S.C. Bharija/ Dr Rishi Parashar Dr K.P. Jain/ Dr Sunil Jain/ Dr Pooja Khosla/ Dr Kunal Chawla

Grand Medical Round


Time: 1:30 p.m.2:30 p.m., Saturday Venue: Seminar Room, 2nd Floor Date Consultants 05.01.13 19.01.13 02.02.13 02.03.13 16.03.13 Dr Neeraj Jain/ Dr Bobby Bhalotra/ Dr Ujjwal Parikh Dr Rajesh Goyal Dr S.P. Byotra/ Dr Atul Kakar/ Dr Atul Gogia/ Dr Ved Prakash Dr A.K. Basu/ Dr Amit Dhamija Dr V.P. Sachar/ Dr Pankaj Aggarwal/ Dr Ambuj Garg

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Date Consultants 06.04.13 20.04.13 04.05.13 18.05.13 Dr Lalit Duggal/ Dr Neeraj Jain Dr P.K. Sethi/ Dr Ish Anand/ Dr Anuradha Dr I.C. Verma Dr K.P. Jain/ Dr Sunil Jain/ Dr Pooja Khosla/ Dr Kunal Chawla

FAMILY MEDICINE Teaching Coordinator: Dr P.S. Gupta


DNB training in Family Medicine
The goal of Family Medicine training is that after qualifying the final examination, the candidate should be able to function as a junior consultant (specialist) in Family Medicine. He should be able to render health services to the community by providing primary healthcare to all members irrespective of age, sex, specialty and socioeconomic background. He should be able to decide for appropriate referral in order to provide secondary/tertiary health services when necessary. He should be clinically competent and should be able to take personal responsibility for rendering comprehensive and continuing care of his patients in their own family settings. Posting schedule of Family Medicine DNB students Elective subjects Paediatrics General Surgery Orthopaedics Obstetrics and Gynaecology Ophthalmology Dermatology Psychiatry ENT Casualty ICU Laboratories Imaging departments 1 year 4 months 3 months 2 months 4 months 1 month 1 month 1 month 1 month 3 months 1 month 1 month (Biochemistry, Haematology, Histopathology10 days each) 2 months (Radiology1 month, Ultrasound15 days, CT and MRI15 days)

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Those postgraduates who do not opt for medicine as an elective subject will be posted in the medicine department for 6 months. Other postings will be modified according to the elective disciplines. The postgraduates doing elective posting in medicine will be assigned to various units/departments as follows: In each of the 3 medical units Cardiology Gastroenterology Pulmonology Neurology Nephrology 2 months each 2 months 1 month 1 month 1 month 1 month

The training in the Medicine department will be as per schedule of the training programme of DNB (Medicine). Postgraduates are required to submit a dissertation/ thesis on a subject pertaining to Tropical Medicine, Community Health, etc. They are also required to enter the academic activities undertaken in each department of their posting in the log book. The documented activities have to be signed by the consultants of concerned departments in the log book on day-to-day basis.

Training requirements in various departments


Internal Medicine Recognition of common symptoms of diseases Diagnosis and management of common diseases of different systems of the human body, management of common medical emergencies in general practice, e.g. cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal, neurological, renal, metabolic, etc. and knowledge of common drugs and their adverse reactions Provide advice on nutritional disorders including management of malnutrition and obesity Paediatrics Newborn resuscitation, hypothermia, breastfeeding, neonatal hypoxia, jaundice and intrauterine growth retardation Nutritional practices including malnutrition Growth and development monitoring Genetics and inborn errors of metabolism Common infections and immunizations Common paediatric illnesses, respiratory illnesses, chronic diarrhoeas, urinary tract and respiratory infections, asthma, childhood tuberculosis

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Management of acute diarrhoea and dehydration, ORS Fits/ seizures, child with mental handicap, development delay, cerebral palsy, adolescent care, sex education and school health programme Surgery Recognition and evaluation of conditions requiring surgical diagnosis and procedures Management and appropriate referral of primary surgical emergencies such as shock, haemorrhage, burns, etc. Management of minor injuries and common wounds including immediate and resuscitative treatment of acute injuries Management of fluid and electrolyte requirements Specific and non-specific infections, common cysts, sinuses, fistulae, tumours, hernia, hydrocele, diseases of the prostate, urinary bladder, kidney, vasectomy and breast, etc. Obstetrics and Gynaecology Antenatal, intranatal and postnatal care, safe motherhood, identification of high-risk pregnancy Normal labour and puerperium Early diagnosis of complications of pregnancy Management of common problems during pregnancy Knowledge of common gynaecological problems including genital infections, menstrual disorders, vaginal discharge, menopause and tumours Awareness of minor procedures including Pap smear, endoscopy, ultrasonography, etc. Early therapeutic approach to common obstetrical and gynaecological emergencies Awareness of Family Welfare Programmes, infertility, contraception and medical termination of pregnancy, prevention of unwanted pregnancy Orthopaedics Soft tissue, bone and joint diseases and fractures, dislocations, sprains Neuromuscular disorders, immediate care of trauma patients with fractures and dislocations and their transportation Ophthalmology Recognition of common eye diseases especially cataract, glaucoma, vitamin A deficiency, conjunctivitis, mascular degeneration, squint and diabetic retinopathy Diagnosis, management and referral of all emergencies including eye injuries

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Knowledge of the National Programme for the Prevention of Blindness and community ophthalmology Dermatology Prevention, diagnosis and management of common dermatological conditions To learn the principles of dermatological therapy To learn the principles of rehabilitation of chronic dermatological patients Psychiatry Knowledge of the principles and experience in the practice of interviewing and counselling patients and their families Psychosis, depression, anxiety, psychiatric emergencies Rational use of psychotherapeutic medications, management of alcoholism, tobacco smoking and other substance abuse Laboratory and diagnostic medicine Clinical laboratory: Awareness of basic laboratory investigations, familiarization with clinical laboratory equipment, common reagents, tests, interpretation of common laboratory investigations. Imaging techniques: Basic radiological procedures, ability to read normal X-rays, radiation hazards and their precautions, basic idea and indications of latest imaging techniques, ultrasonography, CT scan, MRI, etc.

NEPHROLOGY Chairperson: Dr D.S. Rana Teaching Coordinator: Dr D. Khullar

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The DNB students attend morning meetings, Journal Clubs, bedside long case discussions, histopathology rounds and seminars. They are also involved in Transplant Clinics and in carrying out various procedures under the supervision of consultants.

Examinations
Examinations will be held according to the DNB time-table.

Morning Meeting
The consultants and residents of the department meet in the Nephrology Duty Room at 8:30 a.m. for half an hour everyday to discuss the admissions, discharges and any death which may have occurred the previous day.

Journal Club
Time: 8:30 a.m.9:30 a.m., every Wednesday Venue: Board Room

Bedside Long Case Discussion


Time: 8:30 a.m., every Saturday Venue: Seminar Room

Histopathology Round
Time: 8:30 a.m., every Tuesday Venue: Department of Pathology This round is held to review all the biopsies done in the past 1 week and teach DNB students the interpretation of a kidney biopsy.

Nephroradiology Round
Time: 2:00 p.m.3:00 p.m., alternate Thursday Venue: Department of Radiology

Seminar
Time: 8:30 a.m.9:30 a.m., every Thursday Venue: Board Room The candidates will be given an objective assessment on the various topics covered.

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Date Topic 03.01.13 Podocytopathies 10.01.13 Stem cells in kidneys 17.01.13 Hepatitis C and hepatitis B infection in dialysis 24.01.13 Anticoagulation in haemodialysis 31.01.13 Management of diabetic nephropathy 07.02.13 Urinary tract infection (UTI): Approach and treatment 14.02.13 Adequacy in dialysis 21.02.13 Hypertension in pregnancy 28.02.13 HIV and kidney 07.03.13 Tuberculosis (TB) and kidney 14.03.13 CAKUT 21.03.13 Haemolytic uraenic syndrome 28.03.13 Estimating GFR: Pitfalls in equations 04.04.13 Renal tubular acidosis 11.04.13 Viral nephropathy

Moderator Dr D.S. Rana Dr A.K. Bhalla Dr Ashwani Gupta Dr Dinesh Khullar Dr Manish Malik Dr Anurag Gupta Dr Vinant Bhargava Dr D.S. Rana Dr A.K. Bhalla Dr Ashwani Gupta Dr Dinesh Khullar Dr Manish Malik Dr Anurag Gupta Dr Vinant Bhargava Dr D.S. Rana

Grand Round
Time: 9 a.m.1 p.m., Friday

Ward Round
Time: 9 a.m.12 noon, daily Venue: SWB4 (for all consultants)

Major Postings
Ward Posting Haemodialysis Transplant Clinic Operation Theatre Research Paediatrics ICU Posting All residents attend general OPDs on Wednesdays and Saturdays

National and International Conferences


DNB candidates are sent to attend national and international conferences by rotation at least once a year.

NEUROLOGY Chairperson: Dr C.S. Agrawal Teaching Coordinator: Dr Rajiv Ranjan


Brief Outline

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The curriculum of the department aims to make the trainees independent clinicians/consultants. The objectives of the training are that trainees should: be acquainted with the current literature on relevant aspects of basic, investigative and clinical neurosciences. have acquired performance skills and the ability to interpret relevant clinical investigations. be able to diagnose, plan investigations and treat common conditions in the specialty by relevant current therapeutic methods. be acquainted with allied and general clinical disciplines to ensure appropriate and timely referral. be acquainted with relevant education delivery systems. be able to identify, frame and carry out research proposals in their specialty. be aware of their limitations. Emphasis will be on-the-job training rather than didactic lectures. Training imparted will be in the form of departmental seminars, Journal Clubs, combined neurology and neurosurgical conferences, bedside case discussions, and practical training in clinical neurophysiology techniques and neuroradiological procedures. Neuroanatomy, neurophysiology and relevant clinical aspects will also be taught in the form of departmental seminars. In the first 6 months, trainees are expected to know neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, clinical localization and basics of EEG, EMG, nerve conduction/evoked response studies and Doppler studies. By the end of the first year they are expected to know about various disease processes, their pathophysiology, pharmacology, neurochemistry and EEG/EMG changes. The second year is spent reviewing the important literature published in old and new journals and analysing it critically.

Neurobiochemistry and neuroimmunology


Didactic lectures will be held by trained professionals to familiarize the trainees with the elements and techniques of neurochemistry and neuroimmunology.

Neuropathology
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and also to study them with the pathologist. For the brain cutting session, they will attend neuropathology sessions every Friday in AIIMS under a trained neuropathologist. They will be rotated to the Department of Neuropathology either in PGI, Chandigarh or AIIMS to familiarize them with the techniques of grossing, staining procedures, autopsy methods and tissue processing, including frozen sections.

Neurophysiology
Trainees are required to learn the techniques of application of EEG/EMG and evoked response machines under the guidance of technical assistants and consultants. They are also expected to learn the interpretation of nerve conduction studies, EMG, evoked response and ultrasound during their first year of training, interpretation of EEG records, to report under the guidance of senior colleagues and consultants in the first year, and independently in the second year of training.

Requirements
To be eligible for the final examinations, candidates are required to have: a properly indexed log book indicating the work done, rotations and internal assessments one paper, a review of available clinical material and a laboratory-oriented project written in the form of an article for Neurology (India).

Evaluation
Teachers concerned with the training of candidates both inside and outside the parent department evaluate them independently. A standardized marking system is followed and the result is entered in a log book. The Course Director averages these independent evaluations and enters the final evaluation.

Teaching Schedule
Departmental seminar Combined conference with neurosurgeons Journal Club (Neurology) Neuroradiology conference Conference with the Department of Psychiatry Interdepartmental conference Neuro-otology case conference Neuro-ophthalmology Once a week Once in two weeks Once in two weeks Once a week Once a month Once a month Once a month Once a month

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Academic Programme
Time: 3 p.m.4 p.m., Tuesday and Friday Venue: Seminar Room Date Topic 01.01.13 Case presentation 04.01.13 Bloodbrain barrier and bloodnerve barrier 08.01.13 Case presentation 11.01.13 Nervous system: Molecular/ gene therapywhere we are 15.01.13 Journal Club 18.01.13 Case presentation 22.01.13 Vascular syndrome and the nervous system 25.01.13 Case presentation 29.01.13 Complex regional pain syndromeneurological aspects 01.02.13 Journal Club 05.02.13 Case presentation 08.02.13 Role of SPECT and PET imaging in seizure disorder 12.02.13 Case presentation 15.02.13 Atherogenesis: Pathogenesis, prevention and treatment 19.02.13 Journal Club 22.02.13 Case presentation 26.02.13 Landmark trials in stroke treatment 01.03.13 Case presentation 05.03.13 rtPAmechanism: If and but for off-label indication with available evidence 08.03.13 Journal Club 12.03.13 Case presentation 15.03.13 Treatment for acute stroke beyond tPA 19.03.13 Case presentation 22.03.13 Hypoxic ischaemic encephalopathy 26.03.13 Journal Club Presenter Consultant Dr Manish Dr Pamela Dr C.S. Agrawal Dr Ish Anand

Dr Abhimanyu Dr Anshu Rohatgi Dr Upasana Dr Rajeev Ranjan Dr Hilal Dr Manish Dr Pamela Dr Anuradha Dr C.S. Agrawal Dr Ish Anand

Dr Abhimanyu Dr Anshu Rohatgi Dr Upasana Dr Rajeev Ranjan

Dr Hilal Dr Manish Dr Pamela

Dr Anuradha Dr C.S. Agrawal Dr Anshu Rohatgi

Dr Abhimanyu Dr Ish Anand Dr Upasana Dr Rajeev Ranjan Dr Hilal Dr Manish Dr Pamela Dr Anuradha Dr C.S. Agrawal Dr Anshu Rohatgi

Dr Abhimanyu Dr Ish Anand Dr Upasana Dr Rajeev Ranjan

Dr Hilal Dr Manish Dr Pamela

Dr C.S. Agrawal Dr Rajeev Ranjan Dr Anshu Rohatgi

Dr Abhimanyu Dr Ish Anand Dr Upasana Dr Anuradha Dr Hilal Dr Ish Anand

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Date Topic 29.03.13 Case presentation 02.04.13 Headache: Stroke in pregnancy 05.04.13 Case presentation 09.04.13 Chemotherapy in primary CNS malignancy 12.04.13 Journal Club 16.04.13 holiday 19.04.13 Treatment of panneoplastic syndrome 23.04.13 Case presentation 26.04.13 Viral encephalitis 30.04.13 Journal Club 07.05.13 Case presentation 10.05.13 Protozoal infections of the nervous system 14.05.13 Case presentation 17.05.13 Mechanism of disease multiple sclerosis 21.05.13 Journal Club 24.05.13 Case presentation 28.05.13 Approach to metabolic coma 31.05.13 Case presentation

Presenter Consultant Dr Manish Dr Pamela Dr Abhimanyu Dr Upasana Dr Hilal Dr Manish Dr Pamela Dr Abhimanyu Dr Upasana Dr Hilal Dr Manish Dr Pamela Dr C.S. Agrawal Dr Rajeev Ranjan Dr Anshu Rohatgi Dr C.S. Agrawal Dr Anuradha Dr Rajeev Ranjan Dr Anshu Rohatgi Dr Ish Anand Dr C.S. Agrawal Dr Rajeev Ranjan Dr Anshu Rohatgi Dr Ish Anand

Dr Abhimanyu Dr Anuradha Dr Upasana Dr C.S. Agrawal Dr Hilal Dr Manish Dr Pamela Dr Abhimanyu Dr Rajeev Ranjan Dr Anshu Rohatgi Dr Ish Anand Dr Anuradha

Ward Round
Venue: Neurology Ward, 4th Floor Neurology: 12 noon1 p.m., Tuesday and Friday

Postings
The DNB students would be rotated in the following departments. Department Neurology Neuropathology Visit to other institutions Elective (any field of candidates choice) Electrophysiology laboratory Duration 1 year 6 months 4 weeks 6 weeks 6 weeks 3 months

During posting in the Department of Neurology, the candidate will be required to undertake ward work, consultations, EEG/ EMG/ evoked potential studies, neuroradiology investigations and outpatient clinics.

NEUROSURGERY Chairperson: Dr Satnam Singh Chhabra Teaching Coordinator: Dr Rajesh Acharya


Neuroradiology
Training will be imparted through study of clinical cases, participation in techniques as well as clinical radiology conferences.

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Neurosurgery
Neurosurgery trainees will be posted/rotated to the Department of Neurology for eight weeks to learn about the aspects of neurology. In addition, there will be a programme with combined neurology/neurosurgery conferences throughout the year.

Neuroanaesthesiology
There will be a few didactic lectures common to postgraduates of the Departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery. The major thrust of these lectures will be on the diagnosis of neurosurgical diseases, their management, life-support systems and monitoring of patients.

Academic Programme
Time: 3:30 p.m.4:30 p.m., Wednesday and Saturday Venue: Seminar Room Date Topic 02.01.13 Journal Club 05.01.13 Case presentation/ Radiology 09.01.13 Cerebral protection 12.01.13 Case presentation/ Radiology 16.01.13 Microsurgical anatomy of cavernous sinus 19.01.13 Case presentation/ Radiology 23.01.13 Management of odontoid fractures 26.01.13 Speaker Moderator Dr Gaurav Dr A.K. Sinha Dr Mohit Dr Gurpal Dr Anshul Gupta Dr V.S. Madan

Dr Shripad Dr R. Acharya Dr Divyam Dr Samir Kalra Dr Ashraf Dr Mohit Dr S.S. Chhabra Dr Sumit Goyal

holiday (republic day)

30.01.13 Pathogenesis and management Dr Shripad Dr Ajay Bhutani of growing skull fracture 02.02.13 Case presentation/ Radiology 06.02.13 Journal Club 09.02.13 Case presentation/ Radiology Dr Gurpal Dr Ashraf Dr S.S. Chhabra Dr Ashish Goyal

Dr Divyam Dr Samir Kalra

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Date Topic 13.02.13 Surgical techniques of restoration of facial functions 16.02.13 Case presentation/ Radiology 20.02.13 Management principles of solitary brain metastasis 23.02.13 Case presentation/ Radiology 26.02.13 Microsurgical anatomy of jugular foramen 02.03.13 Case presentation/ Radiology 06.03.13 Journal Club 09.03.13 Case presentation/ Radiology 13.03.13 Management of brachial plexus injury 16.03.13 Case presentation/ Radiology 20.03.13 Management of severe head injury 23.03.13 Case presentation/ Radiology 27.03.13 30.03.13 Neuro endoscopy in modern neurosurgical practice 03.04.13 Journal Club 06.04.13 Case presentation/ Radiology 10.04.13 Control of gaze movements of the eye 13.04.13 17.04.13 Radiosurgery in neurosurgery 20.04.13 Case presentation/ Radiology 24.04.13 Current management of malignant intracranial hypertension 27.04.13 Case presentation/ Radiology 01.05.13 Pathology, presentation and management of colloid cyst 04.05.13 Case presentation/ Radiology 11.05.13 Case presentation/ Radiology 15.05.13 Gene therapy 18.05.13 Case presentation/ Radiology

Speaker Moderator Dr Gaurav Dr A.K. Sinha Dr Mohit Dr Gurpal Dr R. Acharya Dr V.S. Madan

Dr Shripad Dr Sandeep Chopra Dr Divyam Dr Sumit Goyal Dr Ashraf Dr Mohit New NSR Dr Anshul Gupta Dr H.N. Aggarwal Dr S.S. Chhabra

Dr Shripad Dr Ashish Goyal Dr Gurpal Dr Ashraf Dr Samir Kalra Dr Ajay Bhutani

Dr Divyam Dr Sandeep Chopra Dr Mohit Dr Gurpal Dr R. Acharya Dr A.K. Sinha

holiday (holi)

Dr Shripad Dr Anshul Gupta Dr Divyam Dr Sumit Goyal

holiday (founders day)

Dr Mohit New NSR

Dr Ajay Bhutani Dr H.N. Aggarwal

Dr Shripad Dr Ashish Goyal

Dr Gurpal Dr Ashraf

Dr S.S. Chhabra Dr A.K. Sinha

Dr Divyam Dr Anshul Gupta Dr H.N. Aggarwal Dr Sandeep Chopra Dr V.S. Madan Dr Mohit Dr Gurpal

08.05.13 Neural prosthesis and implants New NSR

Dr Shripad Dr S.S. Chhabra

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Date Topic 22.05.13 Journal Club 25.05.13 Case presentation/ Radiology 29.05.13 Surgical approaches to pineal tumours 01.06.13 Case presentation/ Radiology 05.06.13 Journal Club 08.06.13 Surgical techniques of restoration of facial functions 12.06.13 Microsurgical anatomy of tentorial hiatus 15.06.13 Case presentation/ Radiology 19.06.13 Management of AVM with aneurysm 22.06.13 Case presentation/ Radiology 26.06.13 Vein of Galen malformation 29.06.13 Case presentation/ Radiology

Speaker Moderator Dr Divyam Dr H.N. Aggarwal Dr Ashraf Dr Mohit New NSR Dr Gurpal Dr Ashraf Dr S.S. Chhabra Dr Ashish Goyal Dr Samir Kalra Dr Sandeep Chopra Dr V.S. Madan

Dr Shripad Dr Sumit Goyal

Dr Divyam Dr R. Acharya New NSR Dr Mohit Dr Gurpal Dr A.K. Sinha Dr Anshul Gupta Dr Sumit Goyal

Dr Shripad Dr R. Acharya

Ward Round Venue: Neurosurgery Ward, 4th Floor Neurosurgery: 12 noon1 p.m., Wednesday and Saturday Postings The DNB students would be rotated in the following departments. Department Duration Neurology Visit to other institutions Elective (any field of candidates choice) Electrophysiology laboratory 8 weeks 6 weeks 6 weeks 3 months

During posting in the Department of Neurology, the candidate will be required to undertake ward work, consultations, EEG/ EMG/ evoked potential studies, neuroradiology investigations and outpatient clinics.

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Chairperson: Dr Harsh Mahajan Teaching Coordinator: Dr Promila Pankaj


The Department of Nuclear Medicine conducts the DNB course. A teaching schedule is outlined below to impart proper training to the DNB students.

Training Programme Case Reporting


Time: 4 p.m.5 p.m., all working days Venue: Gamma Camera Room Coordinator: Dr Promila Pankaj All the students and consultants assemble in the Gamma Camera Room. The cases of the day are reviewed, discussed and disposed off for final reporting.

Journal Club
Time: 8:30 p.m.9.30 p.m., every Saturday Venue: Nuclear Medicine Department Coordinator: Dr Promila Pankaj Date 05.01.13 12.01.13 19.01.13 02.02.13 09.02.13 16.02.13 23.02.13 02.03.13 09.03.13 16.03.13 23.03.13 30.03.13 06.04.13 20.04.13 27.04.13 04.05.13 11.05.13 18.05.13 01.06.13 Topic Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Speaker Dr Chhavi Gupta Dr Sugandha Dureja Dr Ethel S. Belho Dr Chhavi Gupta Dr Ritu Verma Dr Sugandha Dureja Dr Ethel S. Belho Dr Chhavi Gupta Dr Chhavi Gupta Dr Ritu Verma Dr Chhavi Gupta Dr Ethel S. Belho Dr Chhavi Gupta Dr Ethel S. Belho Dr Chhavi Gupta Dr Ritu Verma Dr Chhavi Gupta Dr Chhavi Gupta Dr Ethel S. Belho Moderator Dr Promila Pankaj Dr Ritu Verma Dr Promila Pankaj Dr Ritu Verma Dr Promila Pankaj Dr Ethel S. Belho Dr Ritu Verma Dr Promila Pankaj Dr Ritu Verma Dr Promila Pankaj Dr Ethel S. Belho Dr Promila Pankaj Dr Ritu Verma Dr Promila Pankaj Dr Ritu Verma Dr Promila Pankaj Dr Ritu Verma Dr Promila Pankaj Dr Ritu Verma

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Date 08.06.13 15.06.13 22.06.13

Topic Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club

Speaker Dr Chhavi Gupta Dr Ritu Verma Dr Ethel S. Belho

Moderator Dr Promila Pankaj Dr Promila Pankaj Dr Ritu Verma

Seminar
Time: 9 a.m.10 a.m., every Monday Venue: Consultants Room (Nuclear Medicine) Moderator: Dr Promila Pankaj Date 07.01.13 21.01.13 28.01.13 04.02.13 11.02.13 18.02.13 25.02.13 04.02.13 11.03.13 18.03.13 25.03.13 01.04.13 08.04.13 15.04.13 22.04.13 29.04.13 06.05.13 13.05.13 20.05.13 27.05.13 03.06.13 10.06.13 Topic PET radiopharmaceuticals and their applications Radiation detectors Modes of radioactive decay Interaction of radiation with matter Radionuclide generator QC of radiopharmaceuticals MIBG scan and Ga DOTA NOC scan Image reconstruction PET physics PET radiopharmaceuticals Benign thyroid disorders Thyroidanatomy, physiology, pathology Chemistry and synthesis of flourodeoxy- glucose (FDG) Gamma camera: Physics and instumentation Stress testing Quality control of gamma camera Infection imaging PET in neuroendocrine tumours MIRD Skeletal scintigraphy in benign bone disorders Thyroid malignancies PET in neurology Speaker Dr Chhavi Gupta Dr Sugandha Dureja Dr Ethel S. Belho Dr Promila Pankaj Dr Ritu Verma Dr Chhavi Gupta Dr Ethel S. Belho Dr Chhavi Gupta Dr Promila Pankaj Dr Ritu Verma Dr Chhavi Gupta Dr Chhavi Gupta Dr Ethel S. Belho Dr Chhavi Gupta Dr Promila Pankaj Dr Chhavi Gupta Dr Ritu Verma Dr Ethel S. Belho Dr Promila Pankaj Dr Chhavi Gupta Dr Ethel S. Belho Dr Chhavi Gupta

Tutorial/Case Review and Discussion


Time: 3 p.m.4 p.m., 1st and 3rd Thursdays of all months Venue: Gamma Camera Room/ Consultants Room, Nuclear Medicine Dept. Teaching Coordinator: Dr Promila Pankaj Interesting cases of the fortnight are presented and discussed in detail.

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obstetrics and gynaecology

Advisor: Dr S.K. Bhandari Chairperson: Dr I. Ganguli Teaching Coordinator: Dr Harsha Khullar


Brief Outline
The DNB programme is a 3-year course after internship. Students get training in clinical work; they learn to present cases, participate in Journal Clubs and prepare seminars. They do research and write a dissertation. They work as junior residents and do emergency duties twice a week. Students who have already passed the DGO are trained for one year and are given the work of third-year junior residents. They work in rotation in different departments for two weeks each. Seniors assist students to perform various minor and major operations.

Requirements
It is mandatory for the students to maintain a log book.

Examinations
Terminal examinations are held every three months. The dates for the external examinations will be set by the National Board of Examinations. On last Saturday of every month an examination is held from the topics discussed.

Academic Programme
Venue: Journal Club/ Seminar Lecture Ward Round Auditorium Doctors Duty Room, 1st Floor Maternity General Ward

January
Date Day Time 01.01.13 (Tues) 02.01.13 (Wed) 03.01.13 (Thur) 89 a.m. Bedside teaching: APH Topic

Moderator: UnitI
Speaker

UnitI

04.01.13 (Fri) 1:302:30 p.m. Seminar: Haematological changes Dr Rashmi in pregnancy 05.01.13 (Sat) 89 a.m. Abruptio placenta UnitII

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Date Day Time 06.01.13 (Sun)


holiday

Topic

Speaker

07.01.13 (Mon) 89 a.m. 09.01.13 (Wed) 89 a.m. 10.01.13 (Thur) 11.01.13 (Fri) 12.01.13 (Sat) 13.01.13 (Sun) 15.01.13 (Tues) 16.01.13 (Wed) 17.01.13 (Thur) 89 a.m. 18.01.13 (Fri) 20.01.13 (Sun) 22.01.13 (Tues) 23.01.13 (Wed) 89 a.m. 24.01.13 (Thur) 89 a.m. 25.01.13 (Fri) 26.01.13 (Sat) 27.01.13 (Sun) 29.01.13 (Tues) 30.01.13 (Wed) 31.01.13 (Thur) 89 a.m.
holiday holiday (lohri)

History-taking and gynaecological Dr Chadha examination Bedside teaching: Normal antenatal care Basic work-up of an infertile couple UnitIII UnitIV-B

08.01.13 (Tues) 1.302.30 p.m. Paediatrics meeting

14.01.13 (Mon) 89 a.m.

Mechanism of normal labour

Dr Kotwani

Bedside teaching: Normal puerperium Fibroid uterus Lump abdomen

UnitI

1.302.30 p.m. Case presentation: Preterm labour Dr Shweta UnitII Dr Chadha


holiday

19.01.13 (Sat) 89 a.m. 21.01.13 (Mon) 89 a.m.

Bedside teaching: Pregnancy with UnitIII fibroid uterus Case presentation: Conservative management of fibroid Seminar on myomectomy UnitIV-B Dr Pramod

holiday (republic day)

28.01.13 (Mon) 89 a.m.

Breech presentation

Dr Kotwani

Previous LSCS pregnancy

UnitI

February
01.02.13 (Fri) 03.02.13 (Sun)

Moderator: UnitII
1.302.30 p.m. Seminar on carcinoma endometrium Dr Neha Bedside teaching: Caesarean section UnitII
holiday

02.02.13 (Sat) 89 a.m.

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Date Day Time 04.02.13 (Mon) 89 a.m. 05.02.13 (Tues) 06.02.13 (Wed) 89 a.m. 07.02.13 (Thur)

Topic Vaginal discharge PPROM

Speaker Dr Chadha UnitIII Dr Pramod UnitV Dr Kotwani

08.02.13 (Fri) 1.302.30 p.m. Case presentation: PMB 09.02.13 (Sat) 89 a.m. 10.02.13 (Sun)
holiday

Basics of laparoscopy Occipitoposterior position

11.02.13 (Mon) 89 a.m. 13.02.13 (Wed) 14.02.13 (Thur) 89 a.m. 15.02.13 (Fri) 16.02.13 (Sat) 89 a.m. 17.02.13 (Sun) 19.02.13 (Tues) 20.02.13 (Wed) 89 a.m. 21.02.13 (Thur) 89 a.m. 22.02.13 (Fri) 23.02.13 (Sat) 24.02.13 (Sun) 26.02.13 (Tues) 27.02.13 (Wed) 28.02.13 (Thur) 89 a.m.
holiday holiday

12.02.13 (Tues) 1.302.30 p.m. Paediatrics meeting Case of multiple gestation UnitI

Complications of monochorionic UnitII twins Foetal circulation Hydramnios in pregnancy Secondary amenorrhoea Seminar: IUGR Dr Chadha UnitIII UnitIV-A

18.02.13 (Mon) 89 a.m.

25.02.13 (Mon) 89 a.m.

Transverse lie

Dr Kotwani

Heart disease in pregnancy

UnitI

March

Moderator: UnitIII
Dr Neha UnitII Dr Chadha UnitIII

01.03.13 (Fri) 1.302.30 p.m. Case presentation: Anaemia in pregnancy 02.03.13 (Sat) 89 a.m. 03.03.13 (Sun)
holiday

Case of AUB Genital tuberculosis NST: Interpretation

04.03.13 (Mon) 89 a.m. 05.03.13 (Tues) 06.03.13 (Wed) 89 a.m. 07.03.13 (Thur)

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Date Day Time 09.03.13 (Sat) 89 a.m. 10.03.13 (Sun) 11.03.13 (Mon) 89 a.m. 13.03.13 (Wed) 14.03.13 (Thur) 89 a.m.

Topic Case of prolapse Face presentation

Speaker Dr Rashmi

08.03.13 (Fri) 1.302.30 p.m. Seminar: Jaundice in pregnancy

holiday (maha shivatri)

Dr Kotwani

12.03.13 (Tues) 1.302.30 p.m. Paediatrics meeting Heart disease in pregnancy UnitI Dr Pallavi UnitII Dr Chadha UnitIII UnitV Dr Shweta

15.03.13 (Fri) 1.302.30 p.m. Case presentation: Heart disease in pregnancy 16.03.13 (Sat) 89 a.m. 17.03.13 (Sun)
holiday

Urodynamics Carcinoma cervix Antepartum foetal surveillance Basics of hysteroscopy

18.03.13 (Mon) 89 a.m. 19.03.13 (Tues) 20.03.13 (Wed) 89 a.m. 21.03.13 (Thur) 89 a.m.

22.03.13 (Fri) 1.302.30 p.m. Seminar: Pre-invasive lesions of cervix 23.03.13 (Sat) 24.03.13 (Sun) 26.03.13 (Tues) 27.03.13 (Wed) holiday (holi) 28.03.13 (Thur) 89 a.m. 29.03.13 (Fri) 30.03.13 (Sat) 89 a.m. 31.03.13 (Sun) holiday Pre-eclampsia
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25.03.13 (Mon) 89 a.m.

Unstable lie

Dr Kotwani

UnitI

holiday (good friday)

Case presentation: Lump abdomen UnitII

April
01.04.13 (Mon) 89 a.m. 02.04.13 (Tues) 03.04.13 (Wed) 89 a.m. 04.04.13 (Thur) 89 a.m. Dummy pelvis

Moderator: UnitIV
Dr Kotwani UnitIII Dr Pramod UnitIV-A

Recurrent pregnancy loss

05.04.13 (Fri) 1.302.30 p.m. Case presentation: Rh-negative pregnancy 06.04.13 (Sat) 07.04.13 (Sun)
holiday

Ovulation induction

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Date Day Time 08.04.13 (Mon) 89 a.m.

Topic Forceps delivery

Speaker Dr Kotwani

09.04.13 (Tues) 1.302.30 p.m. Paediatrics meeting 10.04.13 (Wed) 11.04.13 (Thur) 89 a.m. 12.04.13 (Fri) 13.04.13 (Sat) 14.04.13 (Sun)
holiday (founders day) holiday

Puerperal fever

UnitI

15.04.13 (Mon) 89 a.m. 16.04.13 (Tues) 17.04.13 (Wed) 89 a.m. 18.04.13 (Thur) 19.04.13 (Fri) 21.04.13 (Sun) 23.04.13 (Tues)

Urinary fistulas Principles of hysterectomy

Dr Chadha UnitIII

holiday (ram navami)

20.04.13 (Sat) 89 a.m.


holiday

PCOD Vaccum delivery

UnitIV-B Dr Kotwani

22.04.13 (Mon) 89 a.m.

24.04.13 (Wed) holiday (mahavir jayanti) 25.04.13 (Thur) 89 a.m. 27.04.13 (Sat) 89 a.m. 28.04.13 (Sun) 30.04.13 (Tues)
holiday

Bleeding in 3rd trimester Management of DIC Postpartum collapse

UnitI Dr Neha UnitII Dr Chadha

26.04.13 (Fri) 1.302.30 p.m. Seminar: Placenta

29.04.13 (Mon) 89 a.m.

May
01.05.13 (Wed) 89 a.m. 02.05.13 (Thur) 89 a.m.

Moderator: UnitI
UnitIII UnitIV-A Dr Pramod UnitV

03.05.13 (Fri) 1.302.30 p.m. Case presentation: Gestational diabetes 04.05.13 (Sat) 05.05.13 (Sun) 07.05.13 (Tues) 08.05.13 (Wed) 09.05.13 (Thur)
holiday

Complications of hysteroscopic surgeries Shoulder dystocia

06.05.13 (Mon) 89 a.m.

Dr Kotwani

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Date Day Time 11.05.13 (Sat) 12.05.13 (Sun) 14.05.13 (Tues) 15.05.13 (Wed) 16.05.13 (Thur) 89 a.m. 18.05.13 (Sat) 89 a.m. 19.05.13 (Sun) 20.05.13 (Mon) 89 a.m. 22.05.13 (Wed) 89 a.m. 23.05.13 (Thur) 89 a.m. 24.05.13 (Fri)
holiday

Topic

Speaker Dr Neha

10.05.13 (Fri) 1.302.30 p.m. Journal Club

13.05.13 (Mon) 89 a.m.

Obesity and pregnancy

Dr Chadha

PPROM CA endometrium Destructive operations Hypothyroidism in pregnancy Tubal factor in infertility

UnitIII UnitII Dr Kotwani UnitIII UnitIV-A

17.05.13 (Fri) 1.302.30 p.m. Seminar: Post-menopausal bleeding Dr Pallavi


holiday

21.05.13 (Tues) 1.302.30 p.m. Paediatrics meeting

25.05.13 (Sat) holiday (buddha purnima) 26.05.13 (Sun)


holiday

27.05.13 (Mon) 89 a.m. 28.05.13 (Tues) 29.05.13 (Wed) 89 a.m. 30.05.13 (Thur) 31.05.13 (Fri)

Case presentation: Malignant ovarian tumour

Dr Chadha

Bedside teaching: Benign ovarian UnitIII tumour Seminar: Radiotherapy in gynaecological cancer Dr Shweta

June
01.06.13 (Sat) 02.06.13 (Sun)
holiday

Moderator: UnitII

03.06.13 (Mon) 89 a.m. 04.06.13 (Tues) 89 a.m. 05.06.13 (Wed) 06.06.13 (Thur) 07.06.13 (Fri) 08.06.13 (Sat) 89 a.m. 09.06.13 (Sun)

Instruments Bedside teaching: IHCP

Dr Kotwani UnitI

Case presentation: Pre-clampsia

Dr Shweta

Case presentation: Uterine prolapse UnitII

holiday

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Date Day Time 10.06.13 (Mon) 89 a.m. 12.06.13 (Wed) 89 a.m. 13.06.13 (Thur)

Topic Gynae-instruments Bedside teaching: Principles of IVF

Speaker Dr Chadha UnitIV-A

11.06.13 (Tues) 1.302.30 p.m. Paediatrics meeting

14.06.13 (Fri) 1:302:30 p.m. Seminar: Molar pregnancy 15.06.13 (Sat) 16.06.13 (Sun)
holiday

Dr Pramod

17.06.13 (Mon) 89 a.m. 18.06.13 (Tues) 19.06.13 (Wed) 89 a.m. 20.06.13 (Thur)

Dummy pelvis Case presentation: Post-term pregnancy

Dr Kotwani UnitI

21.06.13 (Fri) 1.302.30 p.m. Case presentation: Previous LSCS pregnancy 22.06.13 (Sat) 89 a.m. 23.06.13 (Sun)
holiday

Dr Rashmi UnitII

Bedside teaching: Induction of labour X-ray in gynaecology practice

24.06.13 (Mon) 89 a.m. 25.06.13 (Tues) 26.06.13 (Wed) 89 a.m. 27.06.13 (Thur)

Dr Chadha

Bedside teaching: BPS interpretation UnitIII Dr Pallavi UnitV

28.06.13 (Fri) 1.302.30 p.m. Seminar: Antepartum and intrapartum foetal surveillance 29.06.13 (Sat) 89 a.m. 30.06.13 (Sun)
holiday

Principles of electrocautry

There will be monthly tests on the last Saturday of the month from the topics covered during that month.

Case presentations will be according to the availability of the cases. The following cases will be discussed: Obstetrics Gynaecology APH DUB PIH Fibroid Twins Prolapse Hydramnios VVF

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Obstetrics Gynaecology Breech Carcinoma cervix Transverse lie Carcinoma body of the uterus IUGR Adnexal mass (carcinoma ovary/ PID/ ectopic) DM Tuberculosis Heart disease Cervical erosion Anaemia Vaginal discharge BOH Carcinoma of the vulva Prematurity Postoperative cases Jaundice Cervical dysplasia Puerperium

UnitI UnitII UnitIII UnitIV-A UnitIV-B UnitV

Dr I. Ganguli/ Dr Mala Srivastava/ Dr Mamta Dagar Dr S.K. Bhandari/ Dr H. Khullar/ Dr Geeta/ Dr Kanika Jain Dr K. Gujral/ Dr Chandra/ Dr Bhavna Anand Dr M. Kochhar/ Dr Ruma Dr Abha/ Dr Shweta Gupta/ Dr Neeti Tiwari Dr Debasis Dutta/ Dr Nidhi Khosla

Postings
Postgraduates are posted in the Departments of Neonatology and Ultrasound for two weeks each, and in the ICCU, ICU, Department of Nephrology and laboratories for one week each.

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Chairperson: Dr A.K. Grover Teaching Coordinator: Dr S.N. Jha


The teaching schedule of the Department of Ophthalmology will include regular lectures by the consultants of the department, clinical teaching by the senior residents and presentation of seminars and Journal Clubs by residents. Residents also present clinical cases of interest in the presence of the faculty of the department.

Fellow of National Board (FNB) in Vitreoretina


A viteoretinal fellowship programme is also running in the department and there will be special classes for the same.

Requirements
All students are required to maintain log books which document both minor clinical procedures carried out in the OPD and surgical procedures in the Operation Theatre.

Examinations
Examinations are held on every 3rd Saturday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Academic Programme
Daily clinical classes are held in the OPD where residents present short cases to the consultant. The evening round on new admissions is supervised by a senior resident. Cases of clinical interest, Journal Clubs and seminars are presented by the residents on Wednesday.

Academic Schedule
Time: 8 a.m.9 a.m., Wednessday Venue: Hall B, Auditorium Date Topic 02.01.13 Anterior ischaemic optic neuropathy Aetiology and clinical features Diagnosis and management Resident Dr Shaifali Dr Aditi Dr Azher Dr Shalini Dr Shaifali Dr Atish

09.01.13 Glaucoma Tonometry and gonioscopy Optic nerve head and NFL evaluation 16.01.13 Case presentation Case presentation

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Date Topic 23.01.13 30.02.13 06.02.13 13.02.13 20.02.13 27.02.13 06.03.13 13.03.13 20.03.13 03.04.13 Primary OAG and NTG Clinical features and diagnosis Management Primary angle closure glaucoma Clinical features and diagnosis Management Case presentation Case presentation Basics of perimetry Interpretation of visual field Lasers in glaucoma Iridotomy and argon lasers trabeculotomy Destructive procedures Case presentation Case presentation Visual development and embryology Visual assessment in children Journal Club Case presentation Case presentation Accommodative esotropia Types, clinical features Management

Resident Dr Azher Dr Sonia Dr Shalini Dr Sonia Dr Azher Dr Aditi Dr Shaifali Dr Atish Dr Shaifali Dr Shalini Dr Azher Dr Sonia Dr Azher Dr Shalini Dr Taruna Dr Shalini Dr Shaifali Dr Azher Dr Sonia Dr Azher Dr Shalini Dr Shaifali Dr Sonia Dr Azher Dr Shaifali Dr Bhartendu Dr Shaifali Dr Sonia Dr Azher Dr Shaifali Dr Azher Dr Shalini

10.04.13 Exodeviation Clinical features and classification Management 17.04.13 24.04.13 01.05.13 08.05.13 15.05.13 22.05.13 Retinopathy of prematurity Aetiology and classification Screening and management Case presentation Case presentation Journal Club Proptosis in children Classification, causes and clinical features Management Case presentation Case presentation Proptosis in adults Classification, causes and clinical features Management

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Date Topic 29.05.13 Endophthalmitis Clinical features and aetiology Management 05.06.13 12.06.13 Case presentation Case presentation Vitreous haemorrhage Causes and classification Management

Resident Dr Shaifali Dr Sonia Dr Sonia Dr Shalini Dr Shaifali Dr Azher Dr Sonia Dr Shalini Dr Shaifali Dr Azher

19.06.13 Work-up of 3, 4 and 6 cranial nerves INO, CPEO and other UMN lesions with ophthalmoplegia 26.06.13 Case presentation Case presentation

Vitreo Retina fellowship programme


Every 2nd and 4th Saturday there will be a V.R. Symposium/ Case presentation/ Journal Club from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.

Ward Round
Ward round by Senior Residents every Monday and Friday from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.

orthopaedics Chairperson: Dr V.K. Nijhawan Teaching Coordinator: Dr Shankar Acharya


Requirements

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The students will maintain books in which all cases presented, lectures/ seminars/ Journal Clubs and emergencies attended during duties will be recorded. The log book will be checked once a week by the Head of the Unit and once a month by the Head of the Department.

Attendance
A minimum attendance of 75% is needed for all the above-mentioned disciplines in the Orthopaedic Training Schedule, failing which DNB students will not be issued the certificate necessary to appear for the examination.

Radiology Conference
Each postgraduate will be required to attend the Radiology Conference held every week on Thursday. Postgraduates are also required to attend an interdisciplinary clinical meeting of all the departments in the hospital held once a month. They will also attend other disciplines as per schedule in the DNB course rotation.

Examinations
A theory test is held on the last Friday of February, April, June, August, October and December covering topics according to the schedule.

Department case review meeting


Time: 11:00 a.m.12 noon, Saturday Venue: Seminar Room Moderator: Dr V.K. Nijhawan To be attended by all the consultants, senior residents, fellows and DNB students. Each unit will present their interesting cases of the week and each postgraduate will present his 3-monthly thesis appraisal to the department.

Case Demonstration
Time: 11 a.m.12 noon, Saturday Case demonstration will be held during every general OPD from Monday to Saturday. Each postgraduate will present a case attached to the particular unit conducting the OPD. This will be followed by a Ward Round.

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Ward Round
Venue: Starts from B Block, 3rd Floor The ward round is taken every day at a time specified for each unit. Day/Unit Time Supervisor(s) Mon/ Thurs/ UnitI Tue/ Fri/ UnitII Wed/ Sat/ UnitIII 12 noon to 1 p.m. 12 noon to 1 p.m. 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Dr Bhalla/ Sachdeva/ Chopra Dr Nijhawan/ Dhawan/ Nandan Dr Chadha/ Dr Satish

Specialized Units
During posting to these units students are exposed to specialized surgeries and follow the unit teaching schedule Joint replacement units Sports medicine Arthroscopy unit Spine surgery Dr O.N. Nagi/ Dr Depender Chaudhary/ Dr Anant Tiwari Dr Prateek Gupta/ Dr Ashish Acharya Dr V.B. Bhasin/ Dr Amarjeet/ Dr Shashank Mishra Dr K.L. Kalra/ Dr Shankar Acharya/ Dr R.S. Chahal

Senior Resident Teaching


All senior residents will take regular ward rounds with DNB students for bedside teaching. The senior residents will take one class per week in rotation.

Postings
Each postgraduate is posted in the following departments: Department Duration Plastic Surgery General Surgery Neurosurgery One month Two months Two months

Each postgraduate will be on rotation for night duty as well as daytime emergency duty, which will include casualty work at least twice a week.

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Brief Outline
The DNB course in ENT is spread over 3 years. The aim is to produce a complete Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist, well-versed in the theoretical aspects, as well as a competent and safe surgeon.

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An attempt is made during the period of the course to impart an overview of the standard teachings as well as recent advances in the specialty. The student is actively involved in various surgical procedures and total patient care, ranging from OPD work-up, writing of case records, surgery and postoperative care. In the course of these three years, the trainee is expected to inculcate a clear and comprehensive knowledge of the fundamentals of otorhinolaryngology. develop clinical skills in patient care in the OPD, casualty and wards in order to diagnose, investigate, plan and execute their medical and surgical treatment independently. to acquire skills to do basic and clinical research in otorhinolaryngology. to acquire teaching skills to be able to impart knowledge and technical skills to undergraduates, postgraduates and nursing students. to develop a sense of self appraisal, learning and advancement through literature and CME programmes in the field of otorhinolaryngology. Clinical skill enhancement the outpatient department of otorhinolaryngology is equipped with an operating microscope, nasal and fibre-optic laryngoscope which are attached to an endoscopic camera and monitor with a recording system. Diagnostic as well as minor procedures are being carried out by the trainees independently under the supervision of the senior residents/ consultants. in the operation theatre, all surgeries can be viewed on the monitor for learning as well as for its supervision when being performed by the trainees. Navigation image-guided surgery is also being conducted which allows the trainee to correlate CT scan anatomy of the nose, paranasal sinuses and skull base, with an online endoscopic surgical one. temporal bone dissection is being carried out by the trainees in the clinical skills centre. the trainees attend and participate in various CME surgical workshops which are being conducted by the department periodically and annually.

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These are ear surgery and temporal bone dissection, cochlear implant surgery and endoscopic sinus surgery. Acquiring skills emergencyto be able to independently/ under supervision handle emergency situations such as foreign body removal, epistaxis, trauma, tracheostomy, intubation and others surgeryto perform independently but under supervision, surgical procedures such as tympanoplasty, mastoidectomy, myringotomy, adenoidectomy, tonsillectomy, septoplasty, FESS, MLS, biopsies and others to have assisted in surgeries such as the cochlear implant, middle ear implant, parotidectomy, thyroidectomy, laryngectomy, maxillectomy, neck dissection, laser surgeries for voice disorders and other indications, tracheal stenosis, choanal atresia, optic nerve decompression, orbital decompression, DCR, pituitary fossa surgery, anterior and lateral skull base surgery, CSF rhinorrhoea and others.

Requirements
The DNB student maintains a log book in which all cases seen and discussed, all operations assisted or performed, are entered and countersigned by the consultant. The student is supposed to attend the hospital 6 days a week from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The student does one emergency duty per week on an average, with Sunday duty by rotation.

Examinations
Every 2 months, a multiple choice examination of the topics covered is held and grades are assigned. Every 6 months, a clinical examination consisting of long and short cases, is taken.

Case Discussion and Journal Club


Time: 1 p.m.2 p.m., alternate Wednesday Venue: ENT OPD, Lecture Hall B, Nurses Hostel

Postings
Each student is posted by rotation for 2 weeks in ancillary departments such as Pathology, Haematology and Radiology.

Journal Club and Case Presentation


Time: 1 p.m.2 p.m., Wednesday Venue: Lecture Hall B, Nurses Hostel

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Date Topic 02.01.13 09.01.13 16.01.13 23.01.13 30.01.13 06.02.13 13.02.13 20.02.13 27.02.13 06.03.13 13.03.13 20.03.13 27.03.13 03.04.13 10.04.13 17.04.13 24.04.13 01.05.13 08.05.13 15.05.13 22.05.13 29.05.13 05.06.13 12.06.13 19.06.13 26.06.13 Case discussion: Thyroid Journal Club Case discussion: Parotid Journal Club Case discussion: S.M. gland or any other neck swelling Journal Club Case discussion: Unsafe CSOM Journal Club Case discussion: Safe CSOM Journal Club
holiday

Presenter Dr Ashwani Dr Deepak Dr Anitha Dr Sangeet Dr Nitya Dr Anshu Dr Jameel Dr Sabina Dr Ashwani Dr Deepak Dr Anitha Dr Sangeet Dr Nitya Dr Anshu Dr Jameel Dr Sabina Dr Ashwani Dr Deepak Dr Anitha Dr Sangeet Dr Nitya Dr Anshu Dr Ashwani Dr Sabina Dr Anitha

Case discussion Journal Club Case discussion: Nasal mass Journal Club Case discussion: Thyroid Journal Club Case discussion Journal Club Case discussion Journal Club Case discussion Journal Club Case discussion Journal Club Case discussion

Theory/practical examination: 1st teaching day of every month

Seminars
Time: 1 p.m.2 p.m., every Monday and Thursday Venue: Lecture Hall B, Nurses Hostel Date Subject 03.01.13 07.01.13 10.01.13 14.01.13 Anatomy and clinical examination of cranial nerves Glomus tumour of temporal bone ECA and ICA (Anatomy and diagnostics) Granulomatous diseases in ENT Presenter Dr Ashwani Dr Nitya Dr Anitha Dr Jameel

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Presenter Dr Ashwani Dr Nitya Dr Anitha Dr Jameel Dr Ashwani Dr Nitya Dr Anitha Dr Jameel Dr Ashwani Dr Nitya Dr Anitha Dr Jameel Dr Ashwani Dr Nitya Dr Anitha Dr Jameel Dr Ashwani Dr Nitya Dr Anitha Dr Jameel Dr Ashwani Dr Nitya Dr Anitha Dr Ashwani Dr Nitya Dr Anitha Dr Ashwani Dr Nitya Dr Anitha Dr Ashwani Dr Nitya Dr Anitha Dr Ashwani Dr Nitya Dr Anitha Dr Ashwani

Date Subject 17.01.13 Facial nerve (Anatomy and testing) 21.01.13 RLN (Anatomy and palsy management) 24.01.13 Newer radiological modalities in ENT diagnostics (FMRI, PET, OCT, etc) 28.01.13 Lasers and radiofrequency in ENT 31.01.13 Electrolytes and acid-base balance in ENT surgeries 04.02.13 Complications in head and neck surgery 07.02.13 Antifungal, antivirals in ENT 11.02.13 Management of the paediatric airway 14.02.13 Coagulation physiology, haemostatic agents and blood transfusion 18.02.13 Anaesthesia in ENT 21.02.13 NIHL, presbycusis 25.02.13 Gene therapy and robotics 28.02.13 Coblation and power instruments in ENT 04.03.13 Wound healing, dressings and suture material 07.03.13 Hypersensitivity reaction and shock 11.03.13 Paediatric rhinosinusitis 14.03.13 TPNsterlization technique 18.03.13 Surgical audit and record keeping 21.03.13 Medicolegal aspects in ENT, levels evidence 25.03.13 Conservation laryngectomy 28.03.13 Nasopharyngeal carcinomas 01.04.13 Approaches to anterior skull base and NPX 04.04.13 Neck dissection 08.04.13 PNS tumours 11.04.13 Oropharyngeal malignancies 15.04.13 Hypopharyngeal carcinoma 18.04.13 Deep neck space anatomy 22.04.13 Infections of deep neck spaces 25.04.13 Angiofibroma 29.04.13 Syndromes in ENT 02.05.13 Acoustic neuroma 06.05.13 CP angleanatomy, lesions and approaches 09.05.13 Rehabilitation after total laryngectomy 13.05.13 Endoscopic sinus surgery planning 16.05.13 Aesthetic planning and open rhinoplasty techniques 20.05.13 Septoplasty and closed rhinoplasty techniques

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Date Subject 23.05.13 27.05.13 30.05.13 03.06.13 06.06.13 10.06.13 13.06.13 Infectious diseases of the external ear Flaps in head and neck reconstruction OSA and treatment FM trauma Advances in ossiculoplasty Olfaction testing and disorders Evaluation of a dysphagic patient

Presenter Dr Nitya Dr Anitha Dr Ashwani Dr Nitya Dr Anitha Dr Ashwini Dr Nitya

Ward Round
Time: 9 a.m.11 a.m. Venue: ENT General Ward Day Monday/ Thursday Tuesday/ Friday Wednesday/ Saturday Supervisor Dr Ajay Swaroop/ Dr Alok Agarwal Dr D. Rai/ Dr Munjal Dr Anil Monga/ Dr A.K. Lahiri/ Dr Shalabh Sharma/ Dr Nitin

General OPD
Time: 9 a.m.11 a.m. Day Monday/ Thursday Tuesday/ Friday Wednesday/ Saturday Unit Dr A.K. Monga/ Dr Nitin Aggarwal Dr Ajay Swaroop/ Dr Alok Agarwal Dr Devinder Rai/ Dr Manish Munjal

Special clinics
F-60 (Wed) 9 a.m.11 a.m. Vertigo Clinic (Dr Ajay Swaroop/ Dr Nitin Aggarwal)

F-2 (Wed) 11 a.m.12 noon Cochlear Implant Clinic (Dr A.K. Lahiri/ Dr Shalabh Sharma)

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PATHOLOGY

Advisor: Dr N.C. Nayak Director (Histopathology): Dr Sunita Bhalla Director (Cytopathology): Dr Kusum Verma Teaching Coordinator: Dr Prem Chopra
The Department of Pathology started the DNB course in June 2001; one to two new candidates are admitted in June every year. Besides a wide range of academic activities designed for DNB trainees in Pathology as detailed below, the department also provides academic inputs in various running and ad hoc academic programmes of the hospital involving individual and combined disciplines. DNB pathology trainees are required to participate in the following programmes: Gross specimen conference Histopathology slide conference 12 noon1 p.m. on the 1st Monday of the month 2 p.m.3 p.m. on the 2nd Friday and 4th Thursday of the month

Cytopathology slide conference 2 p.m.3 p.m. on the 3rd Saturday of the month Haematology seminar Once a month (Haematology Department) Journal Club 2:30 p.m.3:30 p.m. on the 2nd Thursday of the month Conference Room (Administration) Seminars on current topics of interest Tutorials Pathology meeting: Case discussions on clinico- pathological aspects Neuropathology in neurosciences Liver transplant pathology conference 4th Monday of the month (Pathology Department) 2nd Monday of the month 2:15 p.m.3.15 p.m. on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month 1 p.m.2 p.m. on every Monday and Thursday of the month Twice a month

Clinicopathological conference 2:30 p.m.3:30 p.m., 6 times a (CPC) year Clinical meeting 11:30 a.m.12:30 p.m. on every Tuesday and Friday of the month

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Slide seminar on nephropathology 9 a.m.10 a.m. on every Tuesday of the month with nephrology residents (Pathology Department) DNB trainees from the following disciplines are posted for short-term in the department. Orthopaedic pathology Obstetric and gynaecological pathology Ophthalmic pathology Gastrointestinal pathology ENT

DNB students will discuss various topics of interest with the staff of the Departments of Biochemistry, Blood Bank, Genetics and Haematology.

Seminar
Time: 12 noon1 p.m., 4th Monday of the month Venue: Department of Pathology Date Topic Moderator Dr Seema Rao Dr Pooja Bakshi Dr Subimal Roy/ Dr Seema Rao

28.01.13 Non-neoplastic/non-lymphomatous lesions involving the lymph nodes 25.02.13 Ancillary techniques in urine cytology 25.03.13 Interpretation of muscle biopsy

22.04.13 Tumour suppressor genes/oncogenic viruses: Dr Shashi Dhawan Their role in neoplasia 27.05.13 Interpretation of renal biopsy including immunofluorescence Dr Pallav Gupta

Seminars to be held on 4th Monday of the month from 12 noon to 1 p.m. Residents need to meet the Consultants two weeks prior to the seminar for discussion of contents of topic, etc. Seminars to be taken by the Consultants as indicated. Other Consultants to attend and participate actively. All junior and senior residents to participate. Written (theory) examination will be held related to the above topics.

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DNB Tutorials
Time: 12 noon1 p.m., 2nd Monday of the month Venue: Department of Pathology Date Topic 21.01.13 Classification of leprosy. Discuss the pathology and various types of reactions associated with it. 18.02.13 Pathology and pathogenesis of tuberculosis 18.03.13 Pathology of HIV/AIDS. Discuss the various infections and tumours associated with it. 15.04.13 Pathology of HPV-related diseases 20.05.13 Mosquito-borne diseases. Discuss the life- cycle of malarial parasite and the pathology of malaria Moderator/ Discussor Dr P. Chopra/ Dr Suchi Dr Pallav/ Dr Ranjana Dr S. Bhalla/ Dr Archana Dr S. Jain/ Dr Reema Dr S. Roy/ Dr Rashmi

Tutorials to be held on 3rd Monday of the month from 12 noon to 1 p.m. Residents need to meet the Consultants two weeks prior to the tutorial for discussion of contents of topic, etc. and prepare a PowerPoint (PPT) presentation of the topic allocated against their name. Tutorial to be taken by the Consultants as indicated. All consultants to attend and participate actively. All junior and senior residents to participate. Written (theory) examination will be held related to the above topics.

Journal Club
Time: 2:15 p.m.3:15 p.m., 2nd Thursday Venue: Board Room Date Moderator 10.01.13 14.02.13 14.03.13 11.04.13 09.05.13 Dr Seema Rao Dr N.C. Nayak Dr Shashi Dhawan Dr P. Chopra Dr Pooja Bakshi Speaker Dr Ranjana Dr Suchi Dr Archana Dr Reema Dr Rashmi

PERIPHERAL AND ENDOVASCULAR SURGERY Chairperson: Dr (Surg [mde]) V.S. Bedi Teaching Coordinator: Dr Ajay Yadav

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A three-year diploma course started in January 2008. Applications for the above course are available from the NBE office, Delhi. A two-year fellowship programme (recognized by NBE) which was conducted from January 2001 is now withdrawn.

Lecture
Time: 2 p.m.3 p.m., alternate Tuesday Venue: Seminar Room The department will hold the following lectures for DNB students of Surgery, Medicine, Anaesthesia and Paediatrics. These are in addition to the lectures held as per schedule of the Department of General Surgery. Date Subject 08.01.13 Management of carotid body tumour 22.01.13 05.02.13 19.02.13 05.03.13 19.03.13 02.04.13 Evaluation and management of venous thrombosis Diabetic foot Management of varicose veins Aneurysm and its treatment Vascular trauma Vascular malformation Speaker Moderator Dr Ganesh K. Dr A. Satwik

Dr M. Vanktesh Dr A. Laddha Dr Sukhram Dr Karan Dr Ganesh K. Dr Sukhram Dr Sukhram Dr Karan Dr Ganesh K. Dr S. Agarwal Dr A. Yadav Dr A. Satwik Dr S. Agarwal Dr A. Yadav Dr A. Satwik Dr A. Laddha

Dr M. Vanktesh Dr A. Laddha

16.04.13 Management of critical limb ischaemia 30.04.13 14.05.13 28.05.13 Lymph oedemaevaluation and management Evaluation and management of DVT Management of acute limb ischaemia

Dr M. Vanktesh Dr S. Agarwal

Journal Club
Time: 2 p.m.3 p.m., Wednesday and Saturday Venue: Vascular Laboratory Room No. 150

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Vascular Interventions
Time: 8 a.m.1 p.m., MondaySaturday Venue: Catheterization Laboratory, 5th Floor

Vascular Duplex Scan


Time: 4 p.m.6 p.m., daily Venue: Ultrasound Department

Grand Round
Time: 12 noon, Wednesday and Saturday Operation days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and emergencies (when they arise) Operation time: 8:00 a.m.4:00 p.m. All cases for elective surgery are discussed in detail with emphasis on the surgical approach, alternative procedures, angiography and X-ray findings on the day preceding the operation.

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The Department of Plastic Surgery has 3 units. The department comprises an Emeritus consultant, 2 senior consultants, 4 consultants, 2 associate consultants. There is a Surgical Skills centre with an operating microscope to learn microvascular surgery and endotrainer to learn endoscopic surgery. The ward round in the units starts at 9 a.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. The department has five operating days on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The department runs a charity projectSmile Train Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Cleft Project for free operations of poor patients with cleft lip and palate. The department conducts its academic meetings on Mondays, Saturdays and on second Mondays. The faculty takes part in delivering lectures and coordinating seminars with DNB students.

Brief Outline of the Academic Programme


The curriculum of the Department of Plastic Surgery aims to make the trainees independent surgeons with basic training and knowledge of Plastic Surgery. The trainee is required to do the following: To be highly competent in the field of Plastic Surgery To be able to function independently as a Plastic Surgeon in a teaching or non-teaching hospital To acquire skills to diagnose, investigate, plan and execute surgical treatment of patients requiring plastic surgical procedures To acquire skills to do basic and clinical research in Plastic Surgery To acquire teaching skills to be able to propagate Plastic Surgery and transfer knowledge and technical skills to postgraduates, undergraduates and nursing students To acquire the ability for self-learning, critical appraisal of the literature and modern developments in Plastic Surgery To be competent in the intensive and subsequent care of severe burn patients.

Syllabus
General principles History of Plastic Surgery and its broad scope at present Anatomy and function of the skin

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Split-skin grafts and full-thickness skin grafts, their take and subsequent behaviour Local skin flaps Pedicled skin flaps and tubes Unstable scar and scar contracture Care of wounds, dressings, techniques and splints Wound healing Graftsfat, fascia, tendon, nerve, cartilage and bone Infective skin gangrene Hospital infections Suture materials Surgical instruments Implant materials used in Plastic Surgery Principles of genetics and general approach to the management of congenital malformations Flapsfasciocutaneous, muscle, musculocutaneous, osteomyocutaneous Local anaesthesia, nerve blocks, regional anaesthesia Principles of anaesthesia for infants, adults, hypothermia, hypotensive anaesthesia Tissue expansion Keloids, hypertrophic scars Endoscopy in Plastic Surgery Face Growth and developmental changes in the face, anatomy of the facial skeleton Structure and development of the teeth Leprosy deformities of the face Temporomandibular joint dysfunctions Fractures: Nose, maxilla, mandible, zygoma, orbitearly management and treatment of sequelae Corrective rhinoplasty Reconstructive rhinoplasty Facial paralysis Reconstruction of the external ear Reconstruction of the eyelids, ptosis Congenital deformities of the face and jaw bone Cleft lip and palate and craniofacial anomalies Embryology of the head and neck (excluding central nervous system) Regional anatomy of the head and neck Embryogenesis of cleft lip and palate

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Cleft lip and palate, alveolar clefts Velopharyngeal incompetence Orthodontics, speech therapy in cleft lip and palate Principles of craniofacial surgery Rare craniofacial clefts, Tessier, clefts, craniosynostosis, hypertelorism, craniofacial microsomia

Tumours of the head and neck and skin Vasoformative lesions of the skin and adnexae Jaw tumours Cancer of the upper aerodigestive system Reconstruction of the mandible Reconstruction of the maxilla Malignant and benign tumours of the head and neck Tumours of the skin Principle of prosthetic replacement of jaw defects

Trunk Reconstruction of full-thickness defects of the abdomen and thorax Decubitus ulcer Breast reconstruction Aesthetic surgery Chemical peeling and dermabrasion Blepharoplasty Face lift Abdominoplasty Body contouring, liposuction Reduction mammoplasty Augmentation mammoplasty Lasers in Plastic Surgery

Lower extremity Functional anatomy of the foot Lymphoedema Reconstructive surgery of the lower extremity Leprosy deformities of the leg and foot

Genitourinary system Embryology of the male and female external genitalia Anatomy of the male and female external genitalia

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Hypospadias Epispadias and ectopia vesicae Reconstruction of the external genitalia Vaginoplasty Trans-sexualism (intersex)

Hand Functional anatomy of the hand Embryology of the upper extremities Examination of the hand General principles of hand surgery Principles of reconstruction in mutilating hand injuries Treatment of acute hand injuries Principles of treatment of old and neglected hand deformities Rheumatoid arthritis of the hand Hand infections Flexor tendon injuries Extensor tendon injuries Congenital deformities of the hand, finger and thumb Peripheral nerve injuries: Electrodiagnostic tests Rehabilitation after hand injuries: Prosthesis Fractures and dislocation of the handmetacarpals and phalanges Fingertip injuries Nailinjuries, grafting Problem of small joints Nerve compression syndromes Surgery for the spastic and tetraplegic hand Vasospastic disorders of the hand Ischaemic conditions of the upper extremity Dupuytren disease Finger pollicization Thumb reconstruction Lymphoedema in the upper extremity Tendon transfers for radial, ulnar and median nerve injuries Brachial plexus injury Innervated flaps Physiotherapy in the upper limb Leprosy deformity of the hand Benign and malignant tumours of the hand

Microsurgery Principles of microsurgery and its applications in Plastic Surgery Reimplantation and revascularization surgery

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Free flaps Microvascular tissue transfers Burns Organization of a burns unit Principles of planning in the event of a burn disaster Pathophysiology of burn shock Nutrition in burns Burn wound infection, sepsis Thermal burns Electrical burns Chemical burns Radiation burns Tangential and sequential excision Facial burns Reconstruction of a burnt hand and upper extremity Post-burn contracturestreatment of sequelae

Teaching Schedule
Cleft lip and palate clinic Departmental seminar Journal Club Clinical presentation Monthly audit 11 a.m.12 noon, Wednesday 1 p.m.2 p.m. Saturday, twice a month 1 p.m.2 p.m. Saturday, twice a month 1 p.m.2 p.m., every Monday 2nd Monday, every month

Academic Programme
Time: 1 p.m.2 p.m., Monday and Saturday Venue: Auditorium Date Topic 05.01.13 Journal Club 07.01.13 Cleft palate 12.01.13 Case presentation 14.01.13 Audit 19.01.13 Journal Club 21.01.13 Skin graft 26.01.13 Case presentation 28.01.13 Face anatomyI 02.02.13 Journal Club 04.02.13 Face anatomyII 09.02.13 Lasers Moderator Dr S.S. Saha Dr Lalit Chaudhary Dr Vivek Kumar Dr Anubhav Kr Gupta Dr Mahesh Mangal Dr Bheem Singh Nanda Dr Lalit Chaudhary Dr Vivek Kumar Dr S.S. Gambhir Dr Anubhav Kr. Gupta Dr Bheem Singh Nanda Presenter Dr Ritesh Panda Dr Sasidhar Dr Ritesh Panda Dr Sasidhar Dr Ritesh Panda Dr Sasidhar Dr Amiti Dr Sasidhar Dr Ritesh Panda Dr Sasidhar Dr Ritesh Panda

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Date Topic

Moderator

Presenter Dr Amiti Dr Sasidhar Dr Ritesh Panda Dr Amiti Dr Ritesh Panda Dr Amiti Dr Amiti Dr Sasidhar Dr Ritesh Panda Dr Sasidhar Dr Ritesh Panda Dr Amiti Dr Ritesh Panda Dr Sasidhar Dr Ritesh Panda Dr Sasidhar Dr Ritesh Panda Dr Sasidhar Dr Ritesh Panda Dr Sasidhar Dr Ritesh Panda Dr Sasidhar Dr Ritesh Panda Dr Sasidhar Dr Ritesh Panda Dr Sasidhar Dr Ritesh Panda

11.02.13 Audit Dr S.S. Saha 16.02.13 Case presentation Dr S.S. Gambhir 18.02.13 Journal Club Dr Mahesh Mangal 23.02.13 Local flaps Dr Anubhav Kr Gupta 25.02.13 Case presentation Dr Lalit Chaudhary 02.03.13 Muscle flaps Dr Vivek Kumar 04.03.13 Journal Club Dr S.S. Gambhir 09.03.13 Case presentation Dr Bheem Singh Nanda 11.03.13 Audit Dr Lalit Chaudhary 16.03.13 Bone grafting Dr Mahesh Mangal 18.03.13 Cartilage/ nerve graft Dr S.S. Gambhir 23.03.13 Sutures technique Dr Bheem Singh Nanda 25.03.13 Journal Club Dr Anubhav Kr Gupta 30.03.13 Case presentation Dr Bheem Singh Nanda 01.04.13 Journal Club Dr Anubhav Kr Gupta 06.04.13 Vascular malformation Dr Vivek Kumar 08.04.13 Audit Dr S.S. Gambhir 13.04.13 Thumb reconstruction Dr S.S. Saha 15.04.13 Case presentation Dr Bheem Singh Nanda 20.04.13 Carcinoma cheek Dr Vivek Kumar 22.04.13 Case presentation Dr Mahesh Mangal 27.04.13 Journal Club Dr Anubhav Kr Gupta 29.04.13 Examination of facial Dr S.S. Gambhir injury 04.05.13 Tendon injury Dr Lalit Chaudhary 06.05.13 Case presentation Dr S.S. Saha 11.05.13 Finger tip injury Dr Mahesh Mangal 13.05.13 Audit Dr Anubhav Kr Gupta 18.05.13 Case presentation Dr Bheem Singh Nanda 20.05.13 Case presentation Dr, Vivek Kumar 25.05.13 Journal Club Dr Mahesh Mangal 27.05.13 Case presentation Dr Lalit Chaudhary

PSYCHIATRY Chairperson: Dr J.M. Wadhawan Teaching Coordinator: Dr Anita Mahajan


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The department has two active units. In addition to various academic activities of the department, some programmes are carried out under the aegis of the Department of Medicine. A DNB student also attends the teaching programme of the Departments of Neurology, Paediatrics, General Medicine and Radiology.

ACADEMIC SCHEDULE
Monday Thursday

Lecture: 10 a.m.11 a.m. Moderator: Dr Arti Anand


Tuesday

Lecture: 10 a.m.11 a.m. Moderator: Dr Rajesh Goyal Case discussion: 3 p.m.4 p.m. Moderator: Dr Anita Mahajan
Friday

Seminar: 9 a.m.10 a.m. Moderator: Junior Resident Clinical combined round Venue: Department of Academics

Lecture: 10 a.m.11 a.m. Moderator: Dr Rajev Gupta Clinical combined round Venue: Department of Academics
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Wednesday

Lecture: 9 a.m.10 a.m. Moderator: Dr Anita Mahajan

Journal club/Grand round: 1:30 p.m. Venue: Department of Medicine

Postings in other Department


Neurology Neurophysiology Neuroimaging Addiction Medicine Forensic and Mental Hospital 1 month 2 weeks 2 weeks 1 month 2 months

Monthly department meeting


Time: 1 p.m., 1st Friday of the month Venue: Hall-B

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Chairperson: Dr Neeraj Jain Teaching Coordinator: Dr Bobby Bhalotra


Clinical case discussion Bedside teaching Seminar Clinical meeting Journal Club and Clinical grand rounds Radiology class Friday (9 a.m.10 a.m.)/ (2 p.m.3 p.m.) as per schedule 1st FridayDr Neeraj Jain/ Dr A.K. Basu 2nd FridayDr Bobby Bhalotra 3rd FridayDr Ujjwal Parakh 4th FridayDr Amit Dhamija Daily, during ward rounds 9 a.m.10 a.m., Tuesday 11:30 a.m.12:30 p.m. with other medical units on Tuesdays and Fridays With other medical units Every Thursday (10 a.m.11 a.m.)

Seminar Time: 10:30 a.m.11:30 a.m., Thursday Topic Moderator Dr Neeraj Jain Dr Arup Basu Dr Bobby Bhalotra Dr Ujjwal Parakh Dr Arup Basu Dr Amit Dhamija Dr Bobby Bhalotra Dr Ujjwal Parakh Dr Neeraj Jain Dr Rashmi Sama Dr Rashmi Sama Dr Bobby Bhalotra Dr Neeraj Jain Dr Amit Dhamija Dr Ujjwal Parakh

1. DPLDsclassification and pathophysiology 2. DPLDsguidelines and management 3. MDR tuberculosis 4. Non-tuberculosis mycobacteria 5. HIV and tuberculosis 6. Malignant pleural effusion, pathophysiology and management 7. Pleural effusionapproach 8. Sleep-related breathing disorderclassification 9. Management and complication of obstructive sleep apneoa syndrome 10. Acidbase disorder 11. ARDSventilator management 12. Sarcoidosisapproach and treatment 13. XDR-TB 14. Bronchoscopy and BTS guidelines 15. GINA and GOLD guidelines

The postgraduate presenting the seminar is decided on a monthly basis

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The 3-year DNB course in Radiodiagnosis is aimed at imparting training in both conventional radiology and modern imaging techniques so that the candidate is fully competent to practise, teach and do research in the broad discipline of radiology including ultrasonography, computed tomography, PET CT, nuclear imaging, and magnetic resonance imaging. On completing the course, a resident should be able to acquire a good basic knowledge of various subspecialties of radiology, to independently conduct and interpret all routine and special radiological and imaging investigations. The training is spread over 3 years and includes the following components: 1. Rotational posting in various subspecialties. 2. Seminars, Case discussions, Journal Clubs, Film quizzes. 3. Research methodology and dissertation.

Requirements
A log book will be maintained by each resident in which he/she is required to record investigations performed independently, case discussions, Journal Clubs and seminars presented. The log book will be signed by the respective consultant at the end of each rotation and will be presented to external examiners at the time of the final examination.

Attendance
A minimum attendance of 75% is needed in all postings in various subspecialties.

Academic Programme
Weekly seminars, Journal Clubs and case discussions will be held where the residents are required to prepare pre-selected topics under the guidance of a consultant and present it to the full house. In addition, day-to-day assessment of performance of the procedure and reporting by the resident will be done by the consultants in various subspecialties. At the end of each posting, the resident will be assessed by a film quiz. Residents are also posted in the Department of Pathology to study specimens so as to correlate the gross morphology of pathological conditions with imaging features.

Clinical Meetings/Conferences
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and pathologist. In addition, all residents are required to attend clinical meetings held every Tuesday and Friday.

Seminars
Time: 3 p.m.4 p.m., Wednesday Venue: Seminar Room Date Topic Speaker Moderator

02.01.13 Chest radiography, its recent advances and normal pulmonary anatomyI 09.01.13 Chest radiography, its recent advances and normal pulmonary anatomyII 16.01.13 Basic patterns of lung diseases on conventional X-rays 23.01.13 Normal thoracic anatomy on CT 30.01.13 Normal thoracic anatomy on MRI 06.02.13 The mediastinum 13.02.13 Radiological manifestations of pulmonary tuberculosis in adults and children 20.02.13 Conventional CT, HRCT and its recent advances in thoracic evaluationI 27.02.13 Conventional CT, HRCT and its recent advances in thoracic evaluationII 13.03.13 Suppurative lung diseases 20.03.13 Imaging in lung malignancy 10.04.13 Imaging in pleural disease 17.04.13 Sonography in evaluation of thoracic diseases

Dr Abhishek Dr Buxi

Dr Hiren

Dr Saxena

Dr Ajay Dr Jigar Dr Sankalp Dr Saumya

Dr Aditi Dr Chawla Dr Deeksha Dr Samarjeet

Dr Abhishek Dr Seema Dr Hiren Dr Arun

Dr Ajay

Dr Anurag

06.03.13 Non-tubercular pulmonary infections Dr Jigar Dr Sankalp Dr Saumya Dr Hiren Dr Ajay

Dr Kishan Dr Kavita Dr Richa Dr Saxena Dr Aditi Dr Chawla Dr Deeksha Dr Samarjeet Dr Arun

03.04.13 Imaging in solitary pulmonary nodule Dr Abhishek Dr Buxi

01.05.13 Pulmonary and airway abnormalities Dr Jigar of developmental origin 08.05.13 HRCT in diffuse lung disease 15.05.13 MRI of thorax and lung disease 22.05.13 Imaging of the pericardium 29.05.13 Chest trauma Dr Sankalp Dr Saumya Dr Hiren

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Journal Club
Time: 3 p.m.4 p.m., Saturday Venue: Seminar Room Date Journal/ Film reading Speaker Moderator

05.01.13 Radiographics 12.01.13 Radiology 19.01.13 American Journal of Roentgenology 02.02.13 IJR 09.02.13 Radiographics 16.02.13 Radiology 23.02.13 American Journal of Roentgenology 02.03.13 IJR 09.03.13 Radiographics 16.03.13 Radiology 23.03.13 American Journal of Roentgenology 30.03.13 IJR 06.04.13 Radiographics 20.04.13 Radiology 27.04.13 American Journal of Roentgenology 04.05.13 IJR 11.05.13 Radiographics 18.05.13 Radiology

Dr Saumya Dr Chawla Dr Sankalp Dr Deeksha Dr Abhishek Dr Buxi Dr Hiren Dr Saxena Dr Ajay Dr Arun Dr Jigar Dr Samarjeet Dr Saumya Dr Seema Dr Sankalp Dr Aditi Dr Abhishek Dr Kishan Dr Hiren Dr Anurag Dr Ajay Dr Kavita Dr Jigar Dr Richa Dr Saumya Dr Chawla Dr Sankalp Dr Deeksha Dr Abhishek Dr Buxi Dr Hiren Dr Saxena Dr Ajay Dr Arun Dr Jigar Dr Samarjeet

Spot Film Quiz


Time: 3 p.m.4 p.m., every Tuesday Venue: Radiology Department

CT/MRI film reading


Time: 3 p.m.4 p.m., every Friday Venue: Radiology Department

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RENAL TRANSPLANT SURGERY

Chairperson: Dr Harsha Jauhari


The Department of Renal Transplant Surgery has been in existence since 1988 and has conducted over 2500 successful live-donated and cadaveric renal transplants. It has also conducted cadaveric kidney transplants. It has a number of firsts to its credit, e.g. the introduction of CAPD in India. In 2010, 300 patients with CRF underwent CAPD catheter insertion. There are no postgraduate students in the department and therefore there is no formal teaching programme. However, the department participates in and conducts lectures/seminars and has informal teaching sessions for PGs in the Departments of Nephrology, Urology and Surgery. Dr H. Jauhari has been appointed coordinator for conducting an interactive hands-on course on the art of surgery and basic surgical skills for DNB and post-fellowship students of all surgical specialties. Interactive training programme on the Art of Surgery Each session will consist of two parts: A. Concepts and attitudes: An audiovisual presentation on the following topics: (i) Introduction to the concept of the Art of Surgery (ii) Surgical department and opinionsI think, therefore I am (iii) Conceptualization and visualization of an operation (iv) The OTsterilization techniques, conduct consistent with sterilization techniques. Effective scrubbing When you think you have scrubbed enough scrub once more (v) Know your instruments: Plan your operation (vi) Anaesthesia and the surgeon (vii) Surgery and the anaesthetist (viii) Panic and the surgeonto fuse or defuse (ix) Sudden, massive, unexpected haemorrhage (x) Time-saving techniquesmake haste slowly (xi) Join the race or get left behindstaying abreast (xii) Tissue handlinggently does it (xiii) Ward procedure skills (xiv) The art of assistancestanding beside you (xv) Self-doubt, self-audit, self-relianceoptimizing the competence/confidence ratio. This above allto thine own self be true (xvi) Polytrauma

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(xvii) (xviii) (xix) (xx) (xxi) (xxii) (xxiii)

Handeye coordination Approach to a child as a surgical patient Approach to a woman as a surgical patient Approach to selecting a suitable incision Ward procedure skills Biopsyhow to take a slice Ultrasound in the OTvascular/ non-vascular

B. The surgeon and his tools Give me the tools and I will finish the job. 1. Knives and bladesslicing through 2. Needlesmaking a point 3. Scissorsthe cutting edge 4. Needle holdersholding on 5. Forceps and other instruments 6. Sutures and knotsall sewn up 7. Ambidexteritya game that two can play 8. Stumpstied up in knots 9. Catheters and drains 10. Painting, draping and positioning 11. Dressings 12. Anastomosis 13. Cautery The order of topics covered may be changed with prior notice. Students of all surgical disciplines are expected to attend. Suggestions and additions to the above-mentioned topics are welcome. Interested consultants and registrars are also welcome to attend and participate. A dedicated OT skill centre has been opened based on the above course in the OT complex, for training and skill upgradation of all those inolved in surgical specialties.

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RHEUMATOLOGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY

Chairperson: Dr Lalit Duggal


The Department of Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology has the following academic activities scheduled from January 2013 to May 2013. At present, the department shares residents from the Department of Medicine who are posted on a rotation basis and has one fellow in the department. The department does two general OPDs per week. One specialized OPD each for Spondyloarthropathy and Connective tissue diseases and two Intraarticular injection clinics per month are also being done.

Daily ward rounds and bedside teaching


10 a.m.12 noon

Journal club
Grand Medical Round 06.04.13 (Sat) Dr Lalit Duggal/ Dr Neeraj Jain

Clinical Combined Round


05.03.13 (Tues) Rheumatology

Medical Surgical Round


Alternate 3rd Friday

Rheumatology Seminar and Postgraduate teaching


Time: 11 a.m.12 noon, Every Wednesday Venue: Seminar Room Time: 10 a.m.11 a.m., Every Thursday Venue: Rheumatology Office Room No: 2208A. The department has started a one-year fellowship in Rheumatology from 1st May 2012. The department has applied for a seat for the National Board of Examinations.

SURGICAL GASTROENTEROLOGY AND LIVER TRANSPLANT UNIT Chairperson: Dr Samiran Nundy


Brief Outline

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The purpose of the programme is to train residents to manage patients with complex surgical disorders of the gastrointestinal tract, liver and pancreas. They will witness different operative procedures and there will be stress on the practical as well as the academic approach to such problems. The trainee will have to maintain good records, both paper and electronic, and should be able to derive messages as well as write papers after analysing these. The residents will also be exposed to liver transplantation procedures.

Requirements
Residents are expected to attend all ward rounds, operating sessions, lectures and seminars.

Weekly Audit UnitI


Time: 12 noon, Saturday Venue: R. No. 2221, Surgical Gastroenterology Office Moderator: Dr Samiran Nundy The elective and emergency operations performed in the previous week are discussed in this meeting. The resident conducting the audit presents the cumulative statistics of all operations performed since the beginning of the year. This is followed by a brief presentation on each emergency and elective operation done during the previous week. Major deficiencies in management and the possible lessons that can be learned are reviewed. This audit is undertaken to improve the care of patients and to consider whether current management policies need to be changed.

Research meet UnitI


Time: 9:15 a.m., Tuesday Venue: R. No. 2221, Surgical Gastroenterology Office Moderator: Dr Samiran Nundy/ Dr Naimish Mehta/ Dr Vibha Varma/ Dr Sorabh Kapoor/ Dr Amitabh Yadav The progress on the research projects will be assessed and new research protocols discussed. The deadlines for the projects will be fixed and the problems regarding the delay will be discussed and solutions made.

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Case Presentation/ Viva


Time: 8 a.m.9 a.m., Wednesday Venue: Seminar Room Moderators: Dr Samiran Nundy/ Dr Naimish Mehta/ Dr Vibha Varma/ Dr Sorabh Kapoor/Dr Saumitra Rawat/ Dr Suresh Singhvi/ Dr K.R. Vasudevan/ Dr Basant Mahadevappa/ Dr Abhideep Chaudhary A formal case presentation is done to prepare the resident for the Long Case in the clinical examination.

Journal Club
Time: 8 a.m.9 a.m., Thursday Venue: Seminar Room Moderators: Dr Samiran Nundy/ Dr Naimish Mehta/ Dr Vibha Varma/ Dr Sorabh Kapoor/ Dr Saumitra Rawat/ Dr Suresh Singhvi/ Dr K.R. Vasudevan/Dr Basant Mahadevappa/ Dr Abhideep Chaudhary The purpose of the Journal Club is to discuss recent advances in gastrointestinal surgery and train the resident to discriminate between good and bad medical literature. A resident discusses two interesting articles from a journal assigned a week earlier. The articles are first summarized in a structured manner (background, methods, results and conclusions). The work is then critically assessed according to whether it is original, the methods appropriate and conclusions valid, whether the message is important and whether the department should change its management policies as a result of the publication.

Topic Discussion/ Research Projects


Time: 8 a.m.9 a.m., Saturday Venue: Seminar Room Moderator: Dr Samiran Nundy/ Dr Naimish Mehta/ Dr Vibha Varma/ Dr Sorabh Kapoor/ Dr Saumitra Rawat/ Dr Suresh Singhvi/ Dr K.R. Vasudevan/ Dr Basant Mahadevappa/ Dr Abhideep Chaudhary A topic for discussion is allotted to a resident two weeks in advance, which is usually related to a special problem encountered in the ward. The resident is expected to review the literature and provide a summary in 30 minutes from which a clear message can be drawn. The presentation is made using powerpoint and projected using LCD projector

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Visiting GI Surgeon Round: On the 4th Thursday of the month we will try and invite a GI surgeon from another hospital to conduct the teaching programme and to take a ward round. Radiology Meet: A discussion of various CT/MRI/contrast studies will be conducted by a consultant in Radiology Department once every 2 weeks. Time and venue is decided as per availability.

Case Presentation/Viva
Time: 8 a.m.9 a.m., Wednesday Venue: Seminar Room Presenter: Dr Neeraj/ Dr Manish/ Dr Siddharth Date Topic 02.01.13 09.01.13 16.01.13 23.01.13 30.01.13 06.02.13 13.02.13 20.02.13 27.02.13 06.03.13 13.03.13 20.03.13 27.03.13 03.04.13 10.04.13 17.04.13 24.04.13 01.05.13 08.05.13 15.05.13 22.05.13 29.05.13 Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Moderator Dr S. Nundy Dr N. Mehta Dr V. Varma Dr S. Kapoor Dr S. Rawat Dr S. Singhvi Dr K.R. Vasudevan Dr B. Mahadevappa Dr A. Chaudhary Dr S. Nundy Dr N. Mehta Dr V. Varma Dr S. Kapoor Dr S. Rawat Dr S. Singhvi Dr K.R. Vasudevan Dr B. Mahadevappa Dr A. Chaudhary Dr S. Nundy Dr N. Mehta Dr V. Varma Dr S. Kapoor

Journal Club
Time: 8 a.m.9 a.m., Thursday Venue: Seminar Room

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Date Topic 03.01.13 10.01.13 17.01.13 24.01.13 31.01.13 07.02.13 14.02.13 21.02.13 28.02.13 07.03.13 14.03.13 21.03.13 28.03.13 04.04.13 11.04.13 18.04.13 25.04.13 02.05.13 09.05.13 16.05.13 23.05.13 30.05.13 Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club

Presenter Dr Abhishek Dr Jitendra Dr Raghavendra Dr Neeraj Dr Manish Dr Siddharth Dr Manoj Dr Subhash Dr Neeraj Dr Manish Dr Siddharth Dr Manoj Dr Subhash I DNB A I DNB B I DNB C Dr Neeraj Dr Manish Dr Siddharth Dr Manoj Dr Subhash I DNB A

Moderator Dr S. Nundy Dr N. Mehta Dr V. Varma Dr S. Kapoor Dr S. Rawat Dr S. Singhvi Dr K.R. Vasudevan Dr B. Mahadevappa Dr A. Chaudhary Dr S. Nundy Dr N. Mehta Dr V. Varma Dr S. Kapoor Dr S. Rawat Dr S. Singhvi Dr K.R. Vasudevan Dr B. Mahadevappa Dr A. Chaudhary Dr S. Nundy Dr N. Mehta Dr V. Varma Dr S. Kapoor

Audit
Time: 12 noon, Saturday Venue: SGE office, R. No. 2221 Moderator: Dr Samiran Nundy Date Presenter 05.01.13 12.01.13 19.01.13 02.02.13 09.02.13 16.02.13 23.02.13 02.03.13 09.03.13 16.03.13 23.03.13 30.03.13 06.04.13 Dr Neeraj Dr Manish Dr Siddharth Dr Neeraj Dr Manish Dr Siddharth Dr Neeraj Dr Manish Dr Siddharth Dr Neeraj Dr Manish Dr Siddharth Dr Neeraj Date Presenter 13.04.13 20.04.13 27.04.13 04.05.13 11.05.13 18.05.13 25.05.13 01.06.13 08.06.13 15.06.13 22.06.13 29.06.13 Dr Manish Dr Siddharth Dr Neeraj Dr Manoj Dr Subhash Dr Manoj Dr Subhash Dr Manoj Dr Subhash Dr Manoj Dr Subhash Dr Manoj

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Seminar
Time: 8 a.m.9 a.m., Saturday Venue: Seminar Room Date Presenter Moderator 05.01.13 12.01.13 19.01.13 02.02.12 09.02.13 16.02.13 23.02.13 02.03.13 09.03.13 16.03.13 23.03.13 30.03.13 06.04.13 13.04.13 20.04.13 27.04.13 04.05.13 11.05.13 18.05.13 25.05.13 Dr Manoj Dr Subhash Dr Abhishek Dr Jitender Dr Ragavendra Dr Neeraj Dr Manish Dr Siddharth Dr Manoj Dr Subhash I DNB A I DNB B I DNB C Dr Neeraj Dr Manish Dr Siddharth Dr Manoj Dr Subhash I DNB A I DNB B Dr S. Nundy Dr N. Mehta Dr V. Varma Dr S. Kapoor Dr S. Rawat Dr S. Singhvi Dr K.R. Vasudevan Dr B. Mahadevappa Dr A. Chaudhary Dr S. Nundy Dr N. Mehta Dr V. Varma Dr S. Kapoor Dr S. Rawat Dr S. Singhvi Dr K.R. Vasudevan Dr B. Mahadevappa Dr A. Chaudhary Dr S. Nundy Dr N. Mehta

Ward Rounds
UnitI Day Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Unit-II Day Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 9 a.m./ 6 p.m. 9 a.m./ 6 p.m. 9 a.m./ 6 p.m. 9 a.m./ 6 p.m. Day Time Friday Saturday Sunday 9 a.m./ 6 p.m. 9 a.m./ 6 p.m. 9 a.m./ 6 p.m. 8 a.m./ 6 p.m. 7.15 a.m./ 6 p.m. 9 a.m./ 6 p.m. 9 a.m./ 6 p.m. Day Time Friday Saturday Sunday 8 a.m./ 6 p.m. 9 a.m./ 6 p.m. 9 a.m./ 6 p.m.

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Operations
GI Surgery days Liver transplant days Unit I Monday, Wednesday, Friday Unit II Thursday, Saturday Tuesday, Friday

OPDs Private OPDs


Unit I Dr S. Nundy Dr N. Mehta Dr V. Varma Dr S. Kapoor Day Time Venue MondayFriday MondaySaturday MondaySaturday MondayFriday 4 p.m.6 p.m. 2 p.m.4 p.m. 2 p.m.4 p.m. 4 p.m.6 p.m. F-53, 1st Floor F-52, 1st Floor F-53, 1st Floor F-51, 1st Floor

Unit II
Day Time Venue 10 a.m.12 noon/ 4 p.m.6 p.m. 10 a.m.12 noon/ 4 p.m.6 p.m. 2 p.m.4 p.m. 6 p.m.8 p.m. 12 noon2 p.m. F-66, 1st Floor F-65, 1st Floor F-65, 1st Floor F-65, 1st Floor F-65, 1st Floor Dr S. Rawat MondaySaturday Dr S. Singhvi MondaySaturday Dr K.R. Vasudevan MondaySaturday Dr B. Mahadevappa MondaySaturday Dr A. Chaudhary MondaySaturday

General OPD
Unit I All Consultants UnitI (by rotation) Unit II All Consultants UnitII (by rotation) Day Wednesday, Saturday Time Venue 9 a.m.10:30 a.m. F-25

Day Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

Time Venue 8 a.m.10 a.m. F-65

The programme will be postponed if there is a

holiday.

THORACIC SURGERY Advisor: Dr (Col) S.K. Chadha Chairperson: Dr (Prof) Arvind Kumar
A fellowship in thoracic surgery is due to start soon.

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Lectures
Time: 2 p.m.3 p.m., alternate Tuesday Venue: Seminar Room The department will hold the following lectures for DNB students of Surgery, Medicine, Anaesthesia and Paediatrics. These are in addition to the lectures held as per schedule of the Department of General Surgery. Date Subject 01.01.13 Surgical management of pulmonary Koch disease 15.01.13 Intercostal tube drainage 29.01.13 Management of diaphragmatic rupture 12.02.13 Management of checst trauma 12.03.13 Management of empyema 26.03.13 Surgery of mediastinal mass 09.04.13 Surgical management of bronchiectatic lung lesions 23.04.13 Congiental lobar emphysema 07.05.13 Surgical management of carcinoma lung 21.05.13 Management of thymoma Speaker Dr Ganesh K. Moderator Dr A. Satwik

Dr M. Vanktesh Dr S.K. Chadha Dr Sukhram Dr Karan Dr S. Agarwal Dr A. Satwik Dr S.K. Chadha Dr Satwik Dr S.K. Chadha Dr S. Agarwal Dr Satwik

26.02.13 Management of bullous disease Dr Ganesh K. Dr Sukhram Dr Sukhram Dr Karan Dr Ganesh K.

Dr M. Vanktesh Dr S. Agarwal

Dr M. Vanktesh Dr S. Agarwal

Outpatient Clinic
Time: 11 a.m.12 noon, Wednesday, Friday Venue: Seminar Room Each outpatient clinic will be followed by a short case presentation by postgraduates.

Operation Days
Time: 8 a.m.4 p.m., Monday / Thursday and Emergencies All surgical cases are discussed with the Radiologist in the Department of CT and MRI, and in Radiological meetings.

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UROLOGY

Advisor: Dr B.K. Vohra Chairperson: Dr S.N. Wadhwa Teaching Coordinator: Dr Vipin Tyagi
Urology is one of the superspecialties with a very fast growth in instrumentation, innovation and practically applicable procedures. These procedures have yielded satisfying results for conditions relating to the entire genitourinary tract. Public awareness about this has placed an ever-growing demand on the knowledge and skills of practising as well as trainee urologists. It is equally important for young trainees in surgery to keep abreast of the current concepts and newer developments, besides the basic principles of urology and time-tested conventional procedures. The present programme aims at educating the trainee in upgrading his or her acumen and skills in the art and practice of urology with a rational approach. For the consultant, it aims at updating knowledge of the latest innovations and techniques in order to offer the best to the patient while monitoring and, where needed, rectifying patient care and teaching and training of the residents. In spite of easy access to the literature and self-learning opportunities available today, more than ever before, there is a great need for bedside presentations and problem-based discussions, particularly for DNB trainee residents. With the DNB (Urology) having completed 8 years since inception, the lessons learnt have been utilized in the current Academic Programme. With an increasing number of complicated cases being referred which need special urological care, it is time to start a training programme for operation theatre personnel and nursing staff. Residents can be effectively utilized in this endeavour.

DNB Urology Seminars


Time: 3 p.m.4 p.m., Tuesday Venue: Institute of Renal Sciences Date Topic 01.01.13 Uro-radiology 08.01.13 Female bladder outlet obstruction 15.01.13 PSA screening: Current status 22.01.13 Surgical management of BPH 29.01.13 VUR 05.02.13 Stress urinary incontinence 12.02.13 Male infertility Speaker Moderator Dr Samad Dr Mannu Gupta Dr Mannan Dr S. Mittal Dr Tanveer Dr S. Khanna Dr Mrinal Dr S. Chadha Dr Sajid Dr A. Sharma Dr Samad Dr S. Khaturia Dr Mannan Dr Vipin Tyagi

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Date Topic 19.02.13 Penile cancer 26.02.13 Pheochromocytoma 05.03.13 Muscle invasive bladder cancer 12.03.13 Genitourinary tuberculosis 19.03.13 Renovascular hypertension 02.04.13 Neurogenic bladder 09.04.13 PCNL 16.04.13 Management of UPJ obstruction 23.04.13 Metastatic RCC 30.04.13 Renal failuremanagement 07.05.13 Laparoscopy in urology 21.05.13 Evaluation and management of recurrent stones 28.05.13 RIRS

Speaker Moderator Dr Tanveer Dr Manu Gupta Dr Mrinal Dr S. Mittal Dr Sajid Dr S. Khaturia Dr Samad Dr S. Khanna Dr Mannan Dr A. Sharma Dr S. Khaturia Dr Samad Dr Vipin Tyagi Dr Mannan Dr Mannu Gupta Dr Sajid Dr S. Mittal Dr Samad Dr S. Khanna Dr Mannan Dr S. Chadha Dr Sajid Dr Ajay Sharma

26.03.13 Locally advanced carcinoma prostate Dr Sajid

14.05.13 Pathophysiology of stone formation Dr Samad Dr S. Khaturia Dr Mannan Dr Vipin Tyagi Dr Sajid Dr Manu Gupta

Guest Faculty Lecture


Time: 3 p.m.4 p.m., 4th Thursday of the month Venue: Institute of Renal Sciences Date Topic 31.01.13 28.02.13 28.03.13 25.04.13 30.05.13 Bleeding disordersurology aspects Dialysis access Contrast nephropathy Urological implications of contrast ultrasound PET scan in relation to urology

Monthly Audit
Time: 3 p.m.4 p.m., 1st Friday of the month Venue: Institute of Renal Sciences Moderator: Dr S.N. Wadhwa/ Dr Sudhir Khanna/ Dr Ajay Sharma/ Dr S. Chadha Date Date Date 04.01.13 01.03.13 03.05.13 01.02.13 05.04.13

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Seminar/Journal Club
Time: 3 p.m.4 p.m., 2nd and 4th Friday of the month Venue: Institute of Renal Sciences S.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Date 11.01.13 25.01.13 08.02.13 22.02.13 08.03.13 22.03.13 12.04.13 26.04.13 10.05.13 24.05.13 Topic Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Case presentation Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Journal Club Moderator Dr Mrinal Dr Tanveer Dr Mrinal Dr Tanveer Dr Sajid Dr Samad Dr Mannan Dr Sajid Dr Samad Dr Mannan