::Departments : Clinical : Department of Obs. & Gyn.
 

Department of Obstertics & Gynaecology
 
 Established in the year 1990, since its inception of this college.
 
 
ONE AMONG THE 1st THREE
RCH CENTRE OF EXCELLENCEIN TAMILNADU
 SINCE 2016
 
 
 
Multi speciality department - provides high quality patient care, postnatal, Family Welfare , Infertility & Oncology services.
 
The population served by the institution has gradually increased and at present,the hospital serves about a population of  39 lakhs in Salem district.
Being a tertiary care centre, GMKMCH, Department of Obstetrics serves as a referral centre for about  107 (87+ 20) PHCs and 11 GH  including  2 CEmONC centres in Salem district ,nearby 8 districts with a bed strength of 472 and a bed occupancy rate of more than  100%.
11,369 deliveries were conducted in 2019, and about 12259 deliveries in the year 2020 averaged approximately to more than 1000 deliveries per month.
 

 
 
 
 
Location:
The department is a 4 storey RCH building. The ground floor consists of the labor room, CEMONC casuality, AN OP, Gynaec OP, FP OP, ICU, HDU and Annex. The first floor consists of the Emergency OT, Elective OT, immediate post op ward and post op wards. The second floor consists of the AN wards, The third floor consists of the PN wards and the fourth floor consists of the Gynaec wards, FP wards and library. The building also has NICU in it with a breast milk bank.  We are a 360 bedded department with 3 Units headed by HOD (Professor) and 3 associate professors for each Unit with 7 Assistant Professors.
 
 

 
 
 
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Staff with unit distribution.
No. of Units                             : 3
Professor                                : 1
Associate Professors              : 3
Assistant Professors              : 8
Senior Residents                     : 5
Junior Residents                     : 30
 
 
Unit Professor / Associate Professor Assistant Professors Senior Residents Junior Residents
1
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dr. SS. Subha., MD., DGO.,
Professor and Head of the Department
 
Dr. R. suganthi., MD., GO.,
Associate Professor
 
Dr. M. Priyadarshini., MS., OG.,
 
Dr. V. Sindhumathi., MS., OG.,
Dr. J.P.Anurekha., MS., OG.,
 
Dr. P. Saralabai., DGO.,
 
Dr. A. Sharmila., DGO.,
 
Dr. P. Muthumala
Dr. N. Saraswathi
Dr. S. Karthiga
Dr. K. Sangeetha
Dr. K. Pavithra
Dr. M. Rashetha
Dr. K. Gayathri
Dr. Mahalakshmi
Dr. Mathuravardhini
Dr. Pravallika
2. Dr. L. Shanmugavadivu., MD., OG.,
Associate Professor
 
 
 
Dr. R. Dheeba Jayanthi., MD., OG.,
 
 
Dr. S.S. Lavanya., MS.,OG.,
 
 
 
Dr. P. Sharmilee., DGO.,
 
 
Dr.Sandhiyarani MS OG.,
Dr. M. Janani
Dr. R. Artheeswari
Dr. S. Karthika Priya
Dr. S. Subasri
Dr. G. Jagruthi
Dr. G. Kokila
Dr. M.V. Bathmasree
Dr. Sheela
Dr. S. Kiruba
Dr. Gayathridevi
3. Dr. R. Manimegalai., MD., DGO.,
Associate Professor
 
 
 
Dr. RM. Sornam., MD., OG.,
 
 
Dr. A. Semmalar., MS., OG.,
 
 
Dr. G. Saranya., MS., OG.,
 
Dr. M. Pavithra
Dr. S. Rajalakshmi
Dr. B. Snega
Dr. S. Prema
Dr. K. Rajamani
Dr. M. Kaviya Dhershini
Dr. V. Viruthigaa
Dr. Pradeepa
Dr. Nanadhini
Dr. Bhavithra
Antenatal medical officer Dr. M. Priyadarshini., MS., OG.,
Maternity and child welfare officer Dr. S.S. Lavanya., MS.,OG.,
 
Our reception where the admissions are issued and we ensure to help the patients with utmost respect.
 

 
 


 

 

 
 
 
 
Services provided for 24 hours in the department. We have a 24hrs labour ward. Assisted Deliveries
1.   Caesarean Sections   
2.   Emergency Laparotomy for Obstetrics and Gynaec Cases
3.   Abortions
 

OUR labour rooms are equipped with focussing lamps for episiotomy suturing present for every labour board
 

 
We have a 8 bedded OG ICU with the following facilities                         
·         Ventilators
·         Multipara Monitors
·         Portable X-Ray
·         Portable Ultra Sound machine
·         Portable ECG Machine
 

Our Out patients services are as follows
·         Antenatal Case registration and followup
·         High Risk Antenatal Screening
·         Obstetric and Gynaec Ultrasound
·         Gynaec case management
·         NCD screening – Clinical Breast examination VIA / VILI
 ·         PAP SMEAR screening
·         Colposcopy and Biopsy
 
We provide waiting area for the attenders who are anxiously with expectation outside the labour room
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
Services provided under Gynaec Surgeries
Ø  Abdominal / Vaginal Hysterectomy
Ø  Surgeries for Cancer -    Staging Laporotomy
Werthiem’s Hysterectomy
 
Ø  Operative Laporoscopy
Hysterectomy
Ovarian Cystectomy
Ø  Cryotherapy
 
 
Services Provided under Family Planning
 
ü  Minilap
ü  Postpartum Tubectomy
ü  MTP with TAT
ü  Laporoscopic Sterilisation
    NSV
 
Financial Schemes run under the department
ü  CMCHIS – Purchase of Advanced Equipments, Consumables is being done under the scheme
ü  NRHM – Emergency purchase of Drugs and Clinical accessories, Equipments repairs, expenditure for CT/MRI for unaffordable patients, Lab services for investigations which are not available in our hospital is being done under the scheme
ü  JSSK – Vehicle services are being provided for postnatal patients under the scheme
ü  JSY – Consolidated amount of Rs.600 / 700 for delivered patients is being distributed under the scheme
 

 
 
 
 
GOVERNMENT MOHAN KUMARAMANGALAM MEDICAL COLLEGE, SALEM
DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY
WEEKLY POST GRADUATE ACADEMIC TIME TABLE
 
  MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
THEORY CLASS   12PM-1PM   12PM-1PM    
CLINICAL SEMINARS         12PM-1PM  
JOURNAL CLUBS           12PM-1PM
CASE PRESENTATION 8:30AM-9:30AM   8:30AM-9:30AM   8:30AM-9:30AM  
GROUP DISCUSSIONS   2PM-3PM   2PM-3PM    
GUEST LECTURES           10AM-11AM
 
 

 GOVERNMENT MOHAN KUMARAMANGALAM MEDICAL COLLEGE, SALEM
DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY
TEACHING PROGRAMME FOR UNDERGRADUATES

ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES 
  1. Theory classes
  2. Clinical classes
  3. Symposium by final year students-monthly once on third saturday  10AM-12 PM
  4. CME by assistant professors-monthly once on second friday  12PM -1 PM
  5. Journal club meetings by assistant professors- monthly once on second thursday  12PM -1 PM
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

THEORY CLASSES
 
 
YEAR

 
DAY &TIME
First clinical
year

 
Friday                                   1-2 pm
 
Prefinal
year
Wednesday                            4-5 pm
Final
year

 
Monday                                  4-5pm
Wednesday                             1-2pm
Thursday                                4-5pm
Friday                                    3-4pm

 

CLINICAL POSTING DURATION FOR MBBS STUDENTS  IN OG DEPARTMENT

 
SEMESTER DURATION NO.OF BATCHES
III

 
2WEEKS 3
IV

 
4 WEEKS 2
V

 
4 WEEKS 4
VII

 
4WEEKS 5
VIII 4WEEKS

 
5

 
IX 5WEEKS

 
3
 
 
 


 
CLINICAL CLASSES FOR  FIRST CLINICAL YEAR

TOTALLY 10 WEEKS  (2 WKS + 4 WKS + 4 WKS )

2 WEEKS –INTRODUCTORY CLASSES

4 WEEKS –2 WKS – Labour ward posting
                – 4 WKS – OP classes

4 WEEKS –CASE PRESENTATIONS
 

FIRST  SESSION – 2 WEEKS - INTRODUCTORY CLASSES
 
S.NO 8.30 – 10 AM 10.30 – 12 PM
1 Physiology of menstruation, ovulation Applied anatomy of uterus, supports of uterus, pelvis, pelvic floor muscles
2 Physiology of conception, fertilization, implantation,
Development of placenta
Terminologies and definitions
3 AN care, booking, AN visits Signs and symptoms in each trimesters
4 Detailed history to be taken in an antenatal patients
5 General examination and demonstration of grips Terminologies – lie, attitude, presentation, presenting part, position
6 Diagnosis of pregnancy Routine investigations to be done in each trimesters
7 Stages of labor
8 High risk pregnancy
9 Abnormal menstruation - terminologies Demonstration of P/S and P/V examination
10 History taking – DUB/fibroid History taking – leucorrhoea
11 History taking – mass abdomen History taking – mass descending per vaginum
12 History taking – ca cervix History taking – post menopausal bleeding
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SECOND SESSION  : FIRST 2 WEEKS – Labor ward posting
 
S.N TOPIC
1 Terminologies – gravida, para, abortion, obstetric score, normal labor, preterm, term, post term etc
2 Diameters of fetal skull and maternal pelvis
3 Mechanism of normal labor in LOA /LOT position
4 First stage of labor – changes in cervix and monitoring during first stage
5 Management during first stage of labor – induction of labor, ARM,  augmentation of labor
6 II, III & IV stage of labor – monitoring and management, active management of III stage of labor
7 Types of episiotomy and demonstration of episiotomy repair
8 Management of PPH
9 Puerperium – changes and its management
10 Cesarean section – indications & steps
11 Differential diagnosis of pain abdomen in each trimesters
12 Role of USG in obstetrics
 
  
SECOND SESSION  - NEXT 2 WEEKS – op classes
   
S.N CASE PRESENTAION - TOPIC
1 Normal antenatal patient
2 Anemia complicating pregnancy
3 PIH complicating pregnancy
4 Prev LSCS complicating pregnancy
5 Heart disease complicating pregnancy
6 Multiple pregnancy
7 Breech presentation
8 Fibroid uterus/DUB
9 prolapse
10 Mass abdomen
11 Ca cervix
12 Postmenopausal bleeding
 
 
 
 
 
 
THIRD SESSION – 4 WEEKS – clinical classes
  
S.N TOPIC
1 Normal pregnancy and terminologies
2 Demonstration of grips
3 Anemia complicating pregnancy
4 PIH, Pre eclampsia
5 Eclampsia
6 Previous LSCS
7 Breech presentation
8 Heart disease complicating pregnancy
9 Preterm labor pains
10 Postdated, IUGR
11 Short primi, CPD
12 twins
13 Diabetes complicating pregnancy
14 Menstrual irregularities - terminologies
15 Fibroid uterus
16 Prolapse uterus
17 DUB
18 Ca cervix
19 Mass abdomen, ovarian tumor
20 Infertility
21 Postmenopausal bleeding
 
 
 
 
 
 
TOTALLY   4 WEEKS
FIRST 10 DAYS – FAMILY PLANNING POSTING
S.N 8.30 AM – 10 AM 10.30AM – 12 PM
1 Barrier methods, natural methods of contraception  
 
 
 
 
OT OBSERVATION
2 Oral contraceptive pills
3 Intra uterine contraceptive device
4 Injectable contraception, emergency contraception
5 Female and male sterilization
6 Laparoscopic sterilization
7 First trimester abortion
8 Second trimester abortion
 
 
NEXT 20 DAYS – LABOR WARD POSTING
S.N TOPIC
1 BISHOP’S SCORING
2 Induction of labor
3 Mechanism of labor
4 Stages and conduct of labor
5 Episiotomy and repair
6 partogram
7 Active management of III stage of labor
8 Management of PPH
9 Drugs commonly used in labor ward
10 Cesarean section – indications and steps
11 Complications during cesarean section
12 Management of PIH patient in labour
13 Management of anemia pt in labor
14 Management of heart disease pt in labor
15 Resuscitation of a patient in shock
16 Forceps delivery and vaccum delivery
 
 
 
CLINICAL  CLASSES FOR   FINAL YEAR STUDENTS

TOTALLY 10 WEEKS (2 WKS + 4 WKS + 5WKS)
    1ST  WEEK – DAY LABOUR WARD
 
    2ND WEEK – NIGHT LABOUR WARD

    3RD WEEK – FAMILY PLANNING – REVISION  
 

    4TH ,5TH ,6TH  WEEKS – CASE PRESENTATION

    NEXT 5 WEEKS         -CASE PRESENTATION

                                        -PRACTICAL VIVA TOPICS (Maternal pelvis and fetal skull,            
                                         Mechanism of labor,Specimen, x rays,Instruments, drugsOSCE)


 
 
LABOUR WARD CLASSES

1.Mechanism of labour
2.Mechanism of labour in ROP
3.Conduct of assisted breech delivery
4.Complications of third stage of labour and PPH management
5.Conduct of VBAC
6.Abruptio placenta- diagnosis, management and mode of delivery
7.Placenta previa- diagnosis ,management and mode of delivery
8.Rh negative mother
9.CPD- Trial of labour
10.Rupture uterus and inversion of uterus- causes and management
11.Neonatal resuscitation
12.Induction of labour,13.obstetrical emergencies- DIC, cord prolapsed
 
TESTS:  OBSTETRICS-2
            GYNAECOLOGY-2
            COMMON THEORY -1
             PRACTICALS -1

GENERAL CLINICS -4

SYMPOSIUM -29 ( THIRD SATURDAYS )

CLINICAL CLASSES - (20 DAYS)-CASE PRESENTATION
1.Anemia complicating pregnancy and fibroid
2.Normal pregnancy- AN case palpation and male infertility
3.Elderly primi ,teen age primi and grand multi & female infertility
4.Pre eclampsia and prolapse
5.post  datism and DUB- Puberty and reproductive
6.post cesarean pregnancy and peri menopausal DUB
7.Multiple pregnancy and post menopausal bleeding
8.Breech presentation and Ca cervix
9.Heart disease and Ca endometrium
10.Rh negative mother and leucorrhoea
11.Recurrent pregnancy loss and MTP
12.Diabetes complicating pregnancy and mass abdomen-case discussion
13.CPD  and  Ovarian tumour
14.Permanent and temporary methods of family planning
15.Specimen
16.Instruments
17.Surgical steps for vaginal hysterectomy, abdominal hysterectomy , forthergills surgery,myomectomy, sling  surgery
18.Steps of fractional curettage, D&C, Suction evacuation
 
 

 
 
 
Platinum certification of LAQSHYA in national assessment
 

 
 
 
 
 
 



SERVICES OFFERED
 
NO. OF UNITS :       3
ADMISSION DAYS :      OP TIMINGS:   DAILY   FROM 7.30 AM TO 12.00 PM
 
 
UNIT
 
OP & ADMISSION DAYS
 
THEATRE DAYS
 
1
 
MON &THURS
 
WED & SAT
 
2
 
TUES &FRI
 
MON &THURS
 
3
 
WED & SAT
 
TUES &FRI
 
 
 
 
 
 
BED STRENGTH:
 
 
NAME OF THE WARD NO.OF BEDS
Ante natal 64
 
Gynaecology 46
Post Operative 72
Gyn.post op ward 15
 
Post natal ward 62
Family Welfare ward 20
Labour ward – Clean 8
Labour ward – Septic 6
Labour ward –Prelabour 8
Labour ward–Eclampsia 9
Maternal intensive care unit 8
Labour ward - High dependency unit 9
Labour ward Annex 20
TOTAL 360
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Our labour ward is maintained with most cleanliness and hygiene.
 

 
 
 
 

We follow RMC REPECTFUL MATERNITY CARE where a birth companion is allowed for the women through her labor and birth
 

 
 
 
We follow RMC ( RESPECTFUL MATERNITY CARE ) in our examinations where we empathise the patients and ensure comfort durign her examination

 
 
Our intesive care unit with 8 beds for high risk antenatal mothers offering highly specialised intensive services thereby in effective prevention of morbidity and maternal mortality
 

 
It is maintained with utmost cleanliness for the best offering of maternity services
 
 
 
 
 
 
CONDUCTED IN THE DEPT. OF O& G.
  1. High risk obstetrics – 20th July 2017.
  2. Revision course in O& G for final year undergraduates –15 to 18th  March 2018
  3. Recent trends in gynecology – 21st July 2018
  4. Screening and management of Carcinoma Cervix and Colposcopy workshop – July 2019.
  5. CME on fetal growth restriction – 22nd  August 2019
  6. CME on Heart disease complicating pregnancy and its management –  18th September 2019.
  7. CME  on Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy –  23rd March 2019
 
 
 
 
 
We have conducted the CME on “Recent Trends In Gynaecology” under the guest of vice chancellor Of  Tamilnadu Dr. MGR Medical University –  Professor Dr. Geethalakshmi, in our department.


 
In collaboration with the Department Of Radiation Oncology we have conducted the CME on screening and management of cancer cervix  and colposcopy workshop in july 2019.

Professor Dr. Venkatesan and Professor Dr. Vijayaveeran from the department of radiation oncology joined their hands for the great success of this CME.
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
DELIVERY STATISTICS
 
YEAR TOTAL
DELIVERIES
LABOUR
NATURAL
FORCEPS
DELIVERY
VACCUM DELIVERY ASSISTED BREECH
DELIVERY
ELECTIVE LSCS EMERGENCY LSCS  
2018 9709 4829 106 101 53 158 4462  
2019 11369 5760 70 280 29 122 5108  
2020 12259 5705 48 126 16 11  
6353
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
The gate system facilitates restricted attenders entry during visiting hours and avoid untoward crowding of the places. In each floor visitors entry is verified with securities

 
DELIVERY STATISTICS – 2020
   
MONTH LABOUR
NATURAL
ASSISTED BREECH
DELIVERY
FORCEPS
DELIVERY
VACCUM DELIVERY ELECTIVE LSCS EMERGENCY LSCS TOTAL
DELIVERIES
   
     
JANUARY 403 3 4 11 5 446 872      
FEBRUARY 318 2 10 10 3 356 699      
MARCH 396 0 1 7 3 461 868      
APRIL 453 0 1 10 0 513 977      
MAY 477 2 3 11 0 589 1082      
JUNE 411 1 4 11 0 484 911      
JULY 420 3 2 14 0 488 927      
AUGUST 501 0 0 16 0 606 1123      
SEPTEMBER 577 0 3 9 0 605 1194      
OCTOBER 593 0 4 15 0 634 1246      
NOVEMBER 615 2 9 7 0 568 1201      
DECEMBER 541 3 7 5 0 603 1159      
TOTAL 5705 16 48 126 11 6353 12259      
                               
 
 
 
SPECIAL CLINICS CONDUCTED
  
NAME        TIME
Infertility clinic Every Monday 11AM to 12PM
Cancer screening Every day 7.30AM to 12PM
Adolescent clinic Every Saturday 11to 12PM
Colposcopy  clinic Wednesday 11to 12 PM
Family welfare clinic Every day 8 AM to 10.30 AM
Postnatal clinic Every Day8 AM to 10.30 AM
High risk pregnancy clinic Every day 7.30AM to 12PM
Operaton theatre complex. It comprises of patient waiting area where three beds are provided to relieve the anxiety of the patients
 

 
We have separate operation theatre facilities for elective surgeries
 
 
 
Emergency opeartive complex where 24 hours emergency services are offerred
 

 
 
 
 
TYPES  OF  MAJOR GYNAEC SURGERIES PERFORMED 
  • ABDOMINAL HYSTERECTOMY
  • VAGINAL HYSTERECTOMY
  • OVARIAN CYSTECTOMY
  • STAGING LAPAROTOMY
  • PELVIC FLOOR REPAIR
  • MYOMECTOMY
  • SLING SURGERIES
  • FOTHERGILLS REPAIR
  • LAP STERILISATION
 
 
 
SPECIAL  TESTS & TREATMENT AVAILABLE:
  •  COLPOSCOPY
  • CRYOTHERAPY 
 
SURGERIES COVERED UNDER CM HEALTH INSURANCE SCHEME
  • CAESAREAN HYSTERECTOMY WITH BLADDER REPAIR
  • RUPTURE UTERUS WITH TUBECTOMY
  • ECLAMPSIA WTH COMPLICATIONS REQUIRING VENTILATORY SUPPORT
  • ABRUPTIO PLACENTA WITH DIC
  • LAPAROSCOPY ASSISTED VAGINAL HYSTERECTOMY(LAVH)
  • VAGINAL HYSTERECTOMY WITH PELVIC FLOOR REPAIR
  •  VAGINAL HYSTERECTOMY WITH MESH REPAIR
  • CYSTOCELE,RECTOCELE,PERINEORRAPHY
  •  PELVIC FLOOR RECONSTRUCTION WITH MESH
  • MC INDO REPAIR FOR VAGINAL ATRESIA
  • SLING WITH MESH REPAIR FOR PROLAPSE
  •  ABDOMINAL REPAIR FOR VAULT  PROLAPSE
  •  ABDOMINAL REPAIR  WITH MESH  FOR VAULT  PROLAPSE
  •  LAPAROSCOPIC CYSTECTOMY
  •  LAPAROSCOPIC ECTOPIC RESECTION
  •  LAPAROSCOPICRECANALISATION
  •  LAPAROSCOPIC SLING OPERATIONS
  •  LAPAROSCOPIC ADHESIOLYSIS
  •  VAGINAL HYSTERECTOMY FOR BENIGN CONDITIONS
  •  ABDOMINAL HYSTERECTOMY FOR BENIGN CONDITIONS
  • STAGING LAPAROTOMY FOR OVARIAN AND UTRRINE CA
  • WERTHEIMS  HYSTERECTOMY FOR  CANCER CERVIX
 

 
 
 

 
We have FREE JSSK DROP bACK SYSTEM in our hospital where the discharged postnatal mothers along with thier newborn are dropped door to door in the respective places everyday. We have three vechicles for the purpose of JSSK drop back system.
 

 
 
 
                                         RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT
 
S.NO.
TITLE OF THE ARTICLE FIRST/ SECOND/ CO-AUTHOR NAME OF THE JOURNAL VOLUME & DATE OF THE ARTICLE IN JOURNAL TYPE OF ARTICLE
1 Labour analgesia and obstetric outcome in heart disease complicating pregnancy in tertiary care center Dr. S. S. Subha
First author
IJRCOG Volume 9 I Issue: 3  I March 2020 Original Research Article
2 Prevalence of hypertensive disorders of pregnancy and its maternal outcome in a tertiary care hospital, Salem, Tamil Nadu, India Dr. S. S. Subha
First author
IJRCOG Volume 9 I Issue 1  I January 2020 Original Research Article
3 Study of prevalence of heart disease in antenatal mothers along with fetal and maternal outcome from a tertiary care hospital, Salem, Tamil Nadu, India Dr. S. S. Subha
First author
IJRCOG Volume 8 I Issue 12 I December 2019 Original Research Article
4 A study on perinatal outcomes in antenatal mothers with abnormal pulmonary function tests Dr. S. S. Subha
First author
IJRCOG Volume 7 I Issue 7 I July 2018 Original Research Article
5 a case series of craniotomy in obstetric patients : a life saving treatment modality Dr. S. S. Subha
First author
IJRCOG Volume 7/ issue 5/ may 2018 Original Research Article
6 Left ventricular dysfunction in preeclampsia: an echocardiographic study Dr. S. S. Subha
First author
IJRCOG Volume6 I Issue : 2 I November 2017 Original Research Article
7 Abruptio placenta: a retrospective study on maternal and perinatal outcome Dr. S. S. Subha
First author
IJRCOG Volume : 6 I Issue :10 I October 2017 Original Research Article
8 Maternal and Perinatal Outcome of Pregnancy Over The Age Of 35 Years Dr. S. S. Subha
First author
IJSR Volume : 5 | Issue : 7 | July 2016 • Original Research Article
9 Comparative study of short term vs. Long term use of prophylactic antibiotics in lower segment caesarean section Dr. S. S. Subha
First author
JEMDS Volume 5 I Issue 28 I April 2016 Original Research Article
10 A comparative study of ADA and WHO criteria for screening of gestational diabetes mellitus Dr. S. S. Subha
co Author
IJRCOG Volume 7 I Issue 3 I March 2018 Original Research Article
11 A study of emergency peripartum hysterectomy in a tertiary care hospital Dr. S. S. Subha
co Author
IJRCOG Volume 7 I Issue 5 I May 2018 Original Research Article
12 A rare presentation of benign Brenner tumor of ovary: a case report Dr. S. S. Subha
co Author
IJRCOG Volume 7 I Issue 7 I July 2018 Original Research Article
13 Eclampsia: a retrospective study in a tertiary care centre Dr. S. S. Subha
Second Author
IJRCOG Volume : 6 I Issue : 8 I August 2017 Original Research Article
14 Emergency Obstetric Hysterectomy: A 11 Years study Dr. S. S. Subha
Second Author
IJAR Volume : 6 | Issue : 8 | August 2016 Original Research Article
15 Pregnancy Outcome in First Trimester Bleed Dr. S. S. Subha
Second Author
IJAR Volume : 6 | Issue : 7 | July 2016 Original Research Article
16 Prevalence of subclinical hypothyroidism in reproductive age group women with abnormal uterine bleeding Dr. S. S. Subha
Second author
JEMDS Volume : 5 I Issue 30 I April 2016 Original Research Article
17 Retrospective Analysis of Indications of Caesarean Section Dr. S. S. Subha
Second author
IJSR Volume : 5 | Issue : 8 | August 2016 Original Research Article
18 primary caesarean section in multigravida Dr. S. S. Subha
Second Author
IJRCOG Volume 7/ issue 3/ march 2018 Original Research Article
19 intrauterine contraceptive device IUCD - CuT380a Migration - a study report Dr. S. S. Subha
Second author
IGRWH January 2018  
case report
 
20
 
Early prediction of PIH: serum β HCG and lipid profile
 
Dr. L. Shanmugavadivu First Author IJRCOG December 2016 Original Research Article
21 Comparative study between Efficacy of oral Misoprostal& Vaginal Misoprostol & Foley Bulb  with oxytocin Induction in Prolonged Pregnancy and study of Maternal and Foetal Outcome Dr. R. Manimegalai Second Author IOSR JAN 2017 ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE
22 A Study of Maternal deaths from pre eclampsia and eclampsia in a tertiary care centre Dr. L. Shanmugavadivu Second Author IOSR JAN 2019 ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE
23 An analysis of maternal mortality at government teaching hospital GMKMCH, Salem, Tamil nadu, India Dr. L. Shanmugavadivu Second Author IJRCOG  DEC 2018 retrospective study
24 A comparative study of LAVH Vs Abdominal Hysterectomy done by a beginner for Lapraroscopic surgeries in a Govt Medical College Hospital. Dr. R. Manimegalai Second Author IOSR JDMS SEPTEMBER 2016 Retrospective study
25
 
Clinical profile of postpartum cerebral thrombosis and its management in a tertiary hospital, salem, Tamil nadu, India
 
Dr. R. Manimegalai
First Author
IJSR   Prospective analytical study
26 Comparative study of postpartum intra uterine contraceptive device insertion and interval intra uterine contraceptive device insertion in a tertiary care hospital, International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception, Obstetrics and Gynaecology Dr. R. Manimegalai
First Author
IJRCOG JULY 2017 ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE
 
LIST OF ONGOING RESEARCH WORKS
 
S. No Title Author Progress of the study
1 A comparision of coagulation profile in pre eclamptic and eclamptic patients with term normal pregnancy Author: Dr. K. Gayathri,
Junior Resident
Guide: Dr.  R. Manimegalai
Study being conducted
2 Association of C Reactive protein with severity of pre eclampsia Dr. G.Pradeepa,
Junior Resident
Guide: Dr. L. Shanmugavadivu
Study being conducted
3 First trimester hyperuricemia as a predictor for development of gestational diabetes mellitus Author: Dr. S. Kirubha,
Junior Resident
Guide: Dr. R. Manimegalai
Study being conducted
4 Spectrum of Acute kidney injury in obstetrical setting-A prospective analytical study. Author: Dr. S.Mathura Vardhini,
Junior Resident
Guide: Dr. L. Shanmugavadivu
Study being conducted
5 Feto maternal outcome of twin pregnancy according to chorionicity Author: Dr. T.Sheela,
Junior Resident
Guide: Dr. R. Manimegalai
Study being conducted
6 Posterior Reversible encephalopathy syndrome in Antenatal and Postnatal mothers Author: Dr.  J.Nandhini
Guide: Dr. L. Shanmugavadivu
Study being conducted
7 To evaluate serum lipid profile in 2nd trimester as a predictor of hypertensive disorder in pregnancy Author: Dr. Pravalikka,
Co-author: Dr. L. Shanmugavadivu
Study being conducted
8 Association of hyperlipidemia with preterm delivery Author: Dr. M.Mahalakshmi,
Guide: Dr. L. Shanmugavadivu
Study being conducted
 
9 Peripartum hysterectomy – Risk factors, indications and relative risk of hysterectomy after cesarean section with vaginal delivery Author: Dr. S. Gayathri Devi,
Guide: Dr. L. Shanmugavadivu
Study being conducted
 
10 Shorter interpregnancy interval – Prevalence and possibility of being a causative factor for maternal anemia and her associated comorbidities Author: Dr. N.K. Bhavithra,
Guide: Dr. R. Manimegalai
Study being conducted
 
 
                                                 
 
 
 
 
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE:
 

Dr. Divya MS OG., crowned excellence for her research on CVT in Pregnancy at      Madurai Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society’s Silver Jubilee conference
 
 
 
 
POST GRADUATES PAPER AND POSTER PRESENTATION IN CONFERENCES:
 
  • A case report on gastrointestinal stromal tumour – EAST ZONE YUVA FOGSI 2021
  • Lupus nephritis complicating pregnancy in TAMILNADU FEDERATION OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY MID YEAR CONFERENCE 2021
  • A case of chronic inversion in TAMILNADU FEDERATION OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY MID YEAR CONFERENCE 2021
  • A case report on cervical fibroid in pregnancy in FOGSI NATIONAL CONFERENCE 2020
  • A rare case report of CuT wandering into the peritoneum in FOGSI NATIONAL CONFERENCE 2020
  • A case of systemic  lupus erythematosis in pregnancy in FOGSI NATIONAL CONFERENCE 2020
  • Gestational diabetes insipidus – a rare entity in FOGSI NATIONAL CONFERENCE 2020
  • Rudimentary horn pregnancy – a diagnostic challenge in FOGSI NATIONAL CONFERENCE 2020
  •  A paper on supraventricular tachycardia in pregnancy and its management in FOGSI NATIONAL CONFERENCE 2020
  • Hysteroscopy guided removal of intrauterine contraceptive device in ANNUAL STATE CONFERENCE OF TAMILNADU TAPISAR 2018
  • Takayasu’s areteritis in pregnancy- pulseless disease in MOGS 2018
  • Challenges in diagnosis of ovarian ectopic pregnancy in TAPISAR 2018
  • Intussuception in a 22 weeks antenatal mother in MOGS 2018
  • CVT  in first trimester of pregnancy in MOGS 2018
  • The prevalence of clinical pattern of infertility in TAPISAR 2018
  • A study of maternal mortality in a tertiary care hospital in MOGS 2018
  • A case of caesarean scar pregnancy in TAPISAR 2018
 
 
UNDERGRADUATES ACHIEVEMENTS:
 

Dr. Mathura Vardhini, secured First place for her State level UNDERGRADUATE  Poster presentation conducted at KAARIGAI conference, IOG, Chennai.
 

Dr. K. Roopini our proud awardee of the prestigious Gangadara Lakshmi Narayanama Prize and the Balfour Memorial prize for securing the highest score in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in the Undergraduate University examination
 
UNDERGRADUATES GOLD MEDAL WINNERS:
  1. Dr. K.Roopini 2019
  2. Dr. Naurin  2020
 
 
 
POSTGRADUATES GOLD MEDAL WINNERS:
  1. Dr. Praveena 2019
  2. Dr. Divya Sharona 2020
 

TRAINING ACTIVITIES IN DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
1.     BEmONC training
2.     CEmONC training
3.     SBA training
4.     PPIUCD training
5.     Labour Skill training
6.    Laparoscopic sterilization training
 
 
 
Our special block for COVID 19. during the pandemic of COVID 19 in the year 2020 and 2021 we have offered the best care and services for the pregnant mothers conducting in total of 487 deliveries for COVID POSITIVE mothers and treating about 1409 covid positive mothers. Proper social distancing placed beds with adequate facilities for hand washing and ensured no attender system with adequate protection for health care workers.

     
We have also offered COVID 19 Vaccination for pregnant mothers and totally have vaccinated 71 postnatal and 62 antenatal mothers.
 


 
ANTENATAL VACCINATION
We have efficiently vaccinated 62 antenatal mothers.

 
POST NATAL VACCINATION
Till now we have successfully vaccinated 71 post natal mothers

 

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