The goal of MD course in Anaesthesia is to produce a knowledgeable and skillful
Department of anaesthesia makes sure that the candidate develops in all fronts
i.e. cognitive, affective and psychomotor domain as it is important for anaesthesiologist to work as member/ team leader in various clinical and critical situations in OR and outside OR. Candidate should be able to demonstrate following at the end of training.
3.Facilities In The Department:-
Peri-operative anaesthesia care of all the patients who are operated at civil hospital including pre operative check up, pre-operative preparation of patient, intra-operative & postoperative anaesthesia care. We also provide our services for monitored anaesthesia care in radiology department & for ECT in psychiatry department. We also provide our services in various post operative ICU”s & medical ICU.
We also provide our services in PARAPLEGIA, DENTAL & OPTHALMOLOGY.
As such we do not have OPD days. In total we have 37 faculty members consisting of 4 Professors , 10 Associate Professors ,16 Assistant Professors and 7 Tutors who are working in various operation theatres in routine hours including DENTAL,PARAPLEGIA & OPTHALMOLOGY operation theatres
1. Respiratory System:
a) Anatomy of the upper airway – nose, pharynx, larynx, tracheso brachial segment.
b) Mechanics of respiration.
c) Physiology of respiration, ventilation/perfusion matching, lung volumes and capacitieschange with age.
d) Lung function Tests – Bedside / Laboratory for obstructive and restrictive lung diseases.
2. Cardiovascular System:
a) Heart and autonomic nervous system.
b) Maintenance of blood pressure
c) Microcirculation – starting forces/
3. Fluid and electrolyte Acid base balance/imbalance
4. Blood gases and acid – base balance
5. Haematology:- anaemia leukemia coagulopathy an Haemoglobuniopathid
6. Immunology related to anaesthesia.
7. Nervous System:-
a) Cranial nerves / nerve plexuses anatomy, special column
b) Physiology of sleep / Sleep disorders
c) Physiology & Pharmacology of pain
d) Physiology and pharmacology of neuromuscular junction.
e) Molecular basis of anaesthesia.
f) Autonomic nervous system – sympathetic and parasympathic
g) Thermo regulation.
8. Endocrinology as related to anaethesia:
a) Function of anterior / posterior pituitary dysfunction.
b) Hyper/Hypothyroidism/Para thyroid.
c) Diabetes mellitus-hypo / hyperglycemia, ketoacidosis, hyperosmolar honeketitic coma.
d) Adrenal cortex / medulla functions/disturbance
9. Pathophysiology of renal failure, renal function tests.
10. Pathophysiology of hepatic failure, renal function tests.
11. Physiology of Vomiting:
12. Pharmacology of anaesthesia drugs and adjutants.
a) Hypnotics, sedatives.
b) Anaethesics, antiemetics, anticonvulsants.
c) Inhabitional anaesthetic agents.
d) Intravenous anaesthetic agents.
e) Muscle relaxants and drug used for reversal.
f) Drugs acting on autonomic nervous system.
g) Local anaesthetics
h) Drugs used for respiratory, Cardiovascular and other diseases.
13. Physics – applied to anaesthesia:
a) Ventilators & Monitors, Gas laws
b) Medical gas supply.
c) Flow meters, vaporisors.
d) Breathing systems, carbon-dioxide absorbers.
e) Suction machines.
f) Electrical fore & explosion hazards.
h) Pollution in O.T.
14. Basic of research methodology and statistics.
· GENERAL ANAESTHESIA
1. Operating rooms complex, ICU design
2. Preanaesthetic preparation, concurrent drug, therapy and premedication.
3. Monitoring during anaesthesia.
4. Anaesthesia administration, endotracheal intubation.
5. Anaesthesia For:-
a) Cardiothoracic surgery ‘
c) Pediatruc surgery
d) E.N.T. and Ophthalmic surgery,
e) Dental Surgery
f) Outpatient / Daycare surgery
g) Orthopedic and Plastic Surgery,
h) Obstetric and Gynaecological surgery3
6. Emergency anaesthesia.
7. Anaesthesia for patients with:
a) Diabetes mellitus
b) Thyroid diseases
c) Inherited metabolic diseases
e) Respiratory diseases
f) Cardiac disease
g) Renal disease
h) Geriatric problems
8. Complications of general anaesthesia morbidity and mortality mediolegal aspects
1. Subarachnaid and epidural anaesthesia, analgesia.
2. Plexus and nerve blocks for upper limb.
3. Plexus and nerve block for lower limb.
4. Nerve blocks for head and beck.
5. Regional anaesthesia for thorax abdomen
6. Surface anaesthesia, infiltration, field blocks.
Anaesthesia for Endoscopic Surgery & Laser Surgery
Management of Acute / Chronic Pain
1. Assessment of pain
2. Perioperative pain
3. Chronic pain syndrome-detection and prevention
4. WHO regime for Cancer pain
5. Acupuncture, tens, bahavioural therapy.
6. Ablative nerve block-desirable know
1. Principles of intensive care
2. Special needs of critically ill patients
3. Nosocomial infections prevention4
5. Psychological needs of personal
6. Psychological needs of patient family
7. Trauma care management
8. Basic and Advanced Life support
5.Examination Pattern:- _
Ratio of marks in theory and practical will be equal.
A. Theory Examination (Total = 400)
Paper TITLE MARKS
Paper-I Basic Sciences as applied to Anaesthesiology 100
Paper-ll Clinical Sciences as applied to Anaesthesiology 100
Paper-III Principles and practice of Anaesthesiology 100
Paper-IV Recent advances in Anaesthesiology including principles 100
of Resuscitation and Intensive care Therapy.
B. Practical and viva voce Examination (Total=600)
Long Case (1) 225
Short Cases (2) 150 + Spot Case 75
Oral Viva 2 tables -150
Four sets of stations. Each examiner to award marks out of 50 individually.
6. TEACHING STAFF INFORMATION:-
Professors DR B J Shah (DEAN)
DR I A Chadha (HOD)
DR S K Shah
DR M H Shah
DR V B Rupakar
DR M I Shukla
DR T P Doctor
DR S R Engineer
DR A B Vyas
Associate Professors DR T D Shah
DR S J Goswami
DR Ramila Jamalia
DR Bhavana Raval
DR Monal Ramani
Assisant Professors DR Anisha Chokshi
DR Naseer Shaikh
DR Seema Gandhi
DR J C Makwana
DR Nilesh Solanki
DR Chandresh Shah
DR Bharat Maheshwari
DR Chirag Patel
DR Kiran Patel
DR Dhara Patel
DR Asit Kothari
DR Tejal Shah
DR Jhanvi Patel
DR Siddarth Parmar
DR Mrunalani Patel
DR Shailesh Badla
DR Vaishali Gautam
DR Reema Vansola
Tutors DR Sonal Bhalwant
DR Sweta Jani
DR Sangita Parikh
DR Kajal Kakkad
DR Daxa Oza
Dr Vibhavi Patel
Dr Deepika Uttarkar
Dr Mahesh Patel
Dr Rajsri Buch
7. Non teaching Staff:-
8. OPD DAY & EMERGENCY DAYS:-
Dr B J Shah
Dean &. Prof.
Dr Atul B Vyas
Dr Asit Kothari
Dr C S Shah
Dr Chirag Patel
Dr. I A Chadha
Professor & Head
Dr. Namrata Shah
Dr. Jhanvi Patel
Dr. Sweta Jani
Dr .Nasir Sheikh
Dr. Bharat Maheswari
Dr.M I Shukla
Dr. Seema Gandhi
Dr .Bhavana Rawal
Dr. Tejal Shah