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Awards Received  and Publications by the Faculties

1.     Department of Surgery

             Dean, DR.N.MOHAN, M.S.,FAIS.,FICS.,FMMC.,FIMSA.,
                         Professor of Surgery
             o   He has received a “LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD FROM DR. MGR MEDICAL                                       UNIVERSITY”, Chennai by the Hon’ble Governor of Tamil Nadu  and VC & Health Minister in                              the year – 2013.
            o   He has received a “BEST DOCTOR AWARD” from the District Collector, Salem in the year -2010.
            o   He has received the “BEST DOCTOR AWARD” from Indian Medical Association, Salem in the year                                       – 2011. 
            o   He received a “BEST PERFORMANCE AWARD” from the District Collector, Madurai in the year                                           -2013
             o   He has received the Best Performance Award from the District Collector, Salem  in the year – 2014.
             o    He has received the PRESTIGIOUS SEVA RATNA GOLD AWARD at  New Delhi.
              Ø  Vikas Rathan  Gold Award and many more awards.

2.      Department of Microbiology

            o   Dr.V.Elangovan MD, received “ Best Doctor “ award in the year    2011- 12
                    By the   District Collector
            o   Received “Best ICTC Nodal officer award  “in the year 2013 by the District collector.
3.      Department  of Medicine

         Publications from the department during the last 5 years in indexed and non-indexed journals

             1.      Mixed Movement Disorder as the Presenting Manifestation of Non-Ketotic Hyperglycemia                                    (K.Mugundhan, Arun Maksi, J.A.Elanchezhian, V.Rajkumar, A.Thangaraj, R.Anbalagan) – JAPI                                    June 2010 Vol. 58. 387-388
             2.      Interesting case of Diabetes Mellitus in Young (RSSDI 2012) – Dr. S. Ramkumar
             3.      Rare case of Toxic Demyelination following Snake Bite (TAPICON 2013) –
                       Dr. S.Palanikirthika
        E-Journals presented to TN Dr. M.G.R Medical University, Chennai

             1.      Tuberculoma En Plaque Cavernous Sinus – Dr. S. Arun
             2.      Ataxia Telangiectasia – Dr. R. Jayalakshmi
             3.      Hereditary Sensory Autonomic Neuropathy Type 2A – A Case Report –
                       Dr. M.Rajesh
            4.      Adrenal Mass – A Case Report – Dr. R. Praveenbabu
            5.      ASV induced Toxic Demeyelination – ADEM – Dr. B. Shyamsundar
 4.      Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

             Awards Received

                        Dr.V.Sindhuja, Associate Professor
                                    1.      Best Doctor Award for performance of highest number of  sterilisation surgeries in                                                   kanchipuram District -2005.

 List of Publications
           Dr.V.Sindhuja, Associate Professor
                      1.    Staging Laporotomy followed by Adjuvant chemotneeapy compared to NACT                                                         followed by interval cyto reductive surgery in cancer ovary-world congress of OG, Kenya-                                     2008
                      2.    Dysgerminoma in swyer’s syndrome-Rare case report-submitted to Journal of Obstetrics &                                     Gynaecology 2014.

5.      Department of Neurology
      List of publications –    NATIONAL
                     1.      K Mugundhan, K Thiruvarutchelvan, S Sivakumar. Posterior Circulation Stroke in a Young                                   Male following Snake Bite. JAPI. September 2008 VOL.56: 713-714.
                     2.      K Mugundhan, K Thiruvarutchelvan, S Sivakumar. Epidermal Nevus Syndrome- A Neuro-                                   Cutaneous Marker. JAPI. September 2009 VOL.57: 646.
                     3.      K Mugundhan, Arun Maski, JA Elanchezian, V Rajkumar, A Thangaraj,  R Anbalagan. Mixed                               Movement Disorder as the Presenting Manifestation of Non-Ketotic Hyperglycemia. JAPI.                                            June 2010 VOL.58.387-388.
                      4.      K Mugundhan, K Thiruvarutchelvan, S Sivakumar. Congenital Crocadile Tears with Duane’s                                      Syndrome- Congenital Cranial Dysinnervation Syndrome. JAPI. May 2011 VOL.59: 2.
                      5.       Mugundhan, K Thiruvarutchelvan, S Sivakumar. Familial Episodic Ataxia Type II. JAPI.                                           October 2011 VOL.59: 666
                      6.       K Mugundhan, K Thiruvarutchelvan, S Sivakumar Bardet-Biedl Syndrome with Seizures                                               JAPI.July 2013  VOL.61.
                      7.       K Mugundhan, P Senthilkumar. Persistent Hypoglossal Artery - A Rare Vascular Anomaly.                                          JAPI.November 2013  VOL.61.
                       8.      .K Mugundhan,CJ Selvakumar, K Gunasekaran, K Thiruvarutchelvan, S Sivakumar,M.                                                   Anguraj, S Arun. Parry-Romberg Syndrome (Progressive Hemifacial Atrophy) with                                              Spasmodic Dysphonia - A Rare Association. JAPI.APRIL 2014 VOL.62. 38.
                       9. S Rajesh,R Durairaj, K Mugundan, M Rajasekar, S Balasubramanian, S    Velusamy, Shanbogue                                           K R.  Somnambulism due to Temporal Lobe Epilepsy- A Case report. Annals Of                                                     Indian Academy Of Neurology,2004, Vol.7 : 437-438.
                        10.  K R Shanbogue.  S Rajesh,R Durairaj, K Mugundan, , S Balasubramanian, S Gopinathan, S    
                                           Velusamy, Somnambulism due to Temporal Lobe Epilepsy- A Case report. Annals Of                                             Indian Academy Of Neurology,2004, Vol.7 : 437-438.
List of publications –    INTERNATIONAL
                        11.Mugundhan Krishnan, Palanivel Rajan, Chandrasekharan Kesavadas, Rajesh   Shankar Iyer.                                               The ‘heart appearance’ sign in MRI in bilateral       medial medullary infarction.                                                     Postgrad Med J 2011 87: 156-157.
                       12 .Mugundhan Krishnan, Senthil Kumar, Shahar Ali, Rajesh   Shankar Iyer. Sudden bilateral                                                    anterior cerebral infarction: unusual stroke associated with unusual vascular                                                          anomalies. Postgrad Med J 2013;89:120-121                                                      
                       13.Rajesh Shankar Iyer, Thanikasalam, Mugundhan Krishnan
                                         Migrating partial seizures in infancy and 47XYY syndrome: Cause or     coincidence?                                               Epilepsy&Behaviour Case Reports 2(2014) 43-45.
Papers presented in National Conferences :

                        1.Neurological complications of Varicella infections in adults-at the Annual conference of Indian                                           Academy Of Neurology,2004 at Nagpur, India.
                         2.Lupus Presenting as CNS Vasculitis- at the Annual conference of Indian Academy Of                                                        Neurology,2005 at Jaipur, India.
                         3.Binswangers Disease Presenting as L-Dopa Responsive Parkinsonism- at the Annual                                                        conference of Indian Academy Of Neurology, 2006 at  Bangalore,India.
                         4.Young Stroke of Indeterminate Cause- at Annual Conference Of Indian Academy of                                                         Neurology, 2008 at New Delhi, India
                         5.Persistent hypoglossal artery- A rare vascular anamoly- at Annual Conference Of Indian                                                   Academy of Neurology, 2009 at Kochi, India.
                         6.Familial Episodic Ataxia Type II- at Annual Conference Of Indian Academy of Neurology,                                            2010 at Trichy, India.
                          7.An Interesting Case of Bilateral Anterior Cerebral Artery Infarct- at Annual Conference Of                                             Indian Academy of Neurology, 2011 at Pune, India.
                          8.Acute Bilateral  hemispherical Infarction at Annual Conference Of Indian Academy of                                                      Neurology, 2012 atAhamedabad, India.
                          9. Ischemic Orbial Compartmental Syndrome following Spinal Surgery- at Annual Conference                                              Of Indian Academy of Neurology, 2013 at Indur, India.
6.       Department of Cardiology

                          1.Cardiovascular manifestations in HIV infected patients – Indian Heart Journal – 57.565 –                                              2005.
                           2.Analysis of Coronary angiogram in AMI – Indian Heart Journal.
                           3. Echocardiographic Evaluation of L Preterm Newborn – Indian Heart Journal – 2004.
                           4. Cardiac isoform of alpha 2 macroglobulin an early diagnostic marker for cardiac                                                                   manifestations in AIDS patients. Research letters Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
                          5.Diastolic dysfunction as a predictor of 30 day mortality after Acute Myocardial Infarction –                                                    Indian Heart Journal – 2002.
                          6.PDA closure by Brufen therapy -  Indian Heart Journal – 2006.
                           7. Noncompaction of Left Ventricle with Eisenmenger Complex – Med ej
                          8.LA appendage function assessment by Tissue Doppler Imaging – 2005 Indian Heart Journal .
                          9. Realtime 3 D Echo of Mitral stenosis Pre and Post Balloom Mitral Valvotomy in Mitral                                                         stenosis patients.
                         10.Incidence of Coronary artery anomalies in the current era – An Angiographic study - Indian                                                     Heart Journal – 2012.
                          11 Pulmonary embolism – 2005 Tan CSI Year book.
                          12 Should Tran Esophageal Echo be a routine workup in all young strokes? A tertiary centre                                                        study. Indian Heart Journal – 2011.
                          13.Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy – Topic presentation TAN CSI year book 2005.
                           14.Usage of Tissue Doppler imaging in Diastolic Dysfunction. Indian Heart Journal 2005.
                            15.Myocardial Performance Index in assessing LV Function. Indian Heart Journal – 2006.
7.      Department of  Dermatovenerology
                        a. Indian J Xex Transm Dis.2013 Jan-Jun; 34-37.                                                                                .                                           Observance of Kassowitz law-late congenital syphilis: Palatal  perforation and saddle                                              nose deformity as presenting features : Govindan Balaji and Subramanian  Kalaivani
                       b. Sinecatechins: a better prospect for treating anogenital wart?
                                            Govindan Balaji doi; 10.4103/0253 7184.132415 . India J Sex Transm Dis.2014,                                                        VOL 35 no 1 January – June 2014, 75-76
8.        Department of Medical Gastroenterology
            List of awards received by faculties
                      1.      World Hepatitis Alliance appreciation certificate 2012.
            List of publication
            1.  Cirrhotic cardiomyopathy – ISGCON 2010
            2.  Profile of HBsAg Screening – Journal of ISG, November 2013.
            3.  Profile of Chronic Liver Disease in Salem – Journal of ISG, November 2013.
9.      Department of Nephrology 
             List of publications
                      1)  Ponnudhali D, Nagarajan p (2011) Lipoprotein (a) and dyslipidemia in predialysis chronic                                                        kidney disease patients and in patients on maintenance hemodialysis. International                                                  Journal of Basis Medical Science 2: 131 – 137.
10. Department of Anesthesia

HILLCON 2015, Tamilnadu state Anesthesia conference 19.07.2015 held at Yercaud, Salem
  1. Dr.Ramesh, 2nd year MD postgraduate won third prize in poster presentation on the topic
-Maternal cardiac arrest-Mother and Baby survives following perimortem caesarean section
  1. Dr.Megala, 3rd year MD postgraduate  presented case report of “Video laryngoscopic guided intubation in an Ankylosing spondylitis patient”
  2. Dr.Selvaraju, Dr.Lidiya, MD postgraduates won second prize in Quiz competition

 11.  Department of  Surgical Gastro Enterology
              List of awards
                      1. B Braun award for best post graduate in Surgical Gastroenterology (MCh) –
                                    Dr.L. Anand – Associate Professor SGE – 2008
                                    Dr.A. Sastha – Assistant Professor SGE – 2013
                      2.Gold Medal in Surgical Gastroenterology – MCh final exam
                                    Dr.L. Anand – Associate Professor SGE – 2009
                       3.Sundaram award for best research paper – TN & P chapter of ASI
                                    Dr.L. Anand – Associate Professor SGE – 2004
               List of publication
                    1. Biliary cycsadenoma – A case for complete resection – HPB Surgery 2012 – A. Sastha,                                      L. Anand.
                     2.Bleeding complications in pancreatic surgery: Role of harmonic scalpel – Indian Journal of                             Surgery 2012 – L. Anand.
                       3.Isolated caudate lobe resection – Annals of Gastroenterology – A. Sastha, L. Anand.

   Case report               

Department of Anesthesiology, GMKMCH
Maternal cardiac arrest: Mother and baby survives following perimortem Cesarean delivery
Dr.G.Sivakumara, Dr.K.Murugesanb, Dr.A.K.Prasathc, Dr.S.Rameshd

Resuscitation of a pregnant woman in cardiac arrest (CA) is unique and has certain special recommendations in addition to the standard adult CPR.1Performing perimortem cesarean delivery is one such special recommendation. When performed within 5 minutes of resuscitative efforts, chances of successful resuscitation of the mother and potential fetal salvage are possible.
Herein, the authors report a case of a pregnant patient who presented with acute pulmonary edema and got stabilized in ICU. She had sudden cardiac arrest while being shifted onto operating table for emergency cesarean section. Upon being recognized immediately, rapid resuscitative efforts were made as per standard protocol. Perimortem cesarean delivery was performed after one minute of starting CPR and was marked by immediate return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC). 

The major causes of cardiac arrest in pregnancy, American Heart Association recommendations for resuscitation of cardiac arrest in pregnancy and the scientific basis of perimortem cesarean delivery are discussed in this case report.
Case report:
A 22 years old pregnant female with 34 weeks of gestation was referred from a private nursing home with breathlessness for past 3 hours. She did not have significant past medical illness. Physical examination revealed a conscious, restless, dysponeic patient with pedal edema and bilateral lung crepitations. Her vital signs were heart rate of 145/minute, blood pressure of 170/130mmHg and oxygen saturation of 70%. Clinical diagnosis of pregnancy induced hypertension (PIH) with acute pulmonary edema was made.
In the emergency department, patient was intubated and ventilated with 100% oxygen. Inj.Frusemide 100mg IV, Inj.Labetalol 20mg IV, Inj.Magnesium sulphate 4gms IV, and 4gms IM were administered. Patient got

stabilized with a heart rate of 122/minute, blood pressure of 130/90mmhg, and oxygen saturation of 100%. Obstetric surgeons decided to terminate pregnancy by emergency cesarean section since the patient had severe PIH with pulmonary edema. On getting informed consent, the patient was shifted to operating room with monitoring of heart rate, ECG, SpO2, and NIBP during transport and was ventilated through ET tube using Bain’s circuit with 100% oxygen.
Before shifting onto the operating table patient became unresponsive and a flat line tracing was noted on the monitor. The carotid artery pulsation was absent and heart sounds were not heard. On immediate recognition that the patient had sudden cardiac arrest, cardiopulmonary resuscitation was initiated with the patient on operating table which was tilted to left and the time of witnessed cardiac arrest was noted. External chest compressions, ventilation with 100% oxygen, and left uterine displacement were performed. Inj.Adrenaline 1mg was given intravenously.
Obstetric team and pediatrician were informed about the sudden cardiac arrest and were well prepared for immediate cesarean delivery. With the ongoing CPCR and after one minute of starting the resuscitative efforts, perimortem cesarean section was performed delivering a live born baby. The cardiopulmonary resuscitation was continued without any interruption. Once the uterus was emptied by perimortem cesarean delivery, the patient showed signs of revival from cardiac arrest. The successful return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) was evidenced by sinus rhythm on monitor with heart rate of 156/minute, end tidal CO2 concentration of 18mmHg, blood pressure of 90/40mmHg, and oxygen saturation of 100%. Dopamine was infused at a rate of 5mcg/kg/minute. Anesthesia was maintained with 50% nitrous oxide in oxygen, Inj.Fentanyl 150mcg IV, Inj.Vecuronium 4mg IV, and ventilation was controlled with circle system. Patient was shifted to ICU for postoperative mechanical ventilation. Analgesia was provided with Inj.Morphine 10mg IV, Inj.Paracetamol 1gm IV 8th hourly, and sedated with Inj.Midazolam 2mg/hour infusion. Patient regained wakefulness in 2 hours. Dopamine requirement went down over 4 hours and was stopped. Patient’s vital parameters were maintained within normal limits.
Postoperative renal function tests, electrolytes, hemoglobin, and coagulation profiles were unremarkable. ECG showed sinus rhythm with heart rate 80/minute. Chest X-ray showed features of pulmonary edema, normal cardiac shadow and correctly placed right subclavian venous catheter. Weaning off mechanical ventilatory support was possible after 12 hours and subsequently patient could be extubated. Mother got discharged from ICU to ward on sixth postoperative day and the baby got discharged from NICU on eighth day with intact neurological functions.
Cardiac arrest during late pregnancy occurs in approximately 1:30,000 pregnancies.2The major causes are hemorrhagic shock, eclampsia, amniotic fluid embolism, sepsis, and thromboembolic events. The minor causes are acquired or congenital heart diseases, anaphylaxis, and trauma.3
Cardiovascular and pulmonary reserves are poor during pregnancy due to the anatomic and physiologic changes. This complicates the resuscitation of a pregnant woman. Apart from the standard adult resuscitation guidelines, attention to certain pregnancy-specific interventions is crucial to the outcome. Some of these pregnancy-specific concerns are,
1.      Potentially difficult airway
2.      Propensity for rapid hypoxemia
3.      Risk of pulmonary aspiration
4.      Aorta-caval compression
5.      Treatment of reversible causes, and
6.      Timing perimortem cesarean section
Aortacaval compression:
An obviously gravid uterus is one that is sufficiently large enough to cause aortacaval compression. Obstruction of venous return by gravid uterus can produce hypotension and may precipitate arrest in the critically ill pregnant patients.1 Aortacaval compression can occur for singleton pregnancy by ≥20 weeks of gestation that corresponds to fundal height up to umbilicus level. Left-lateral tilt results in improved maternal hemodynamics of blood pressure, cardiac output, stroke volume and improved fetal parameters of oxygenation.
Perimortem cesarean section:
Perimortem caesarean delivery was first recommended by Katz and colleagues in 1986. He described ‘4 minute rule’ from the time of arrest with baby delivered within 5 minutes. The 5 minute time limit was based on theoretical considerations such as oxygen consumption, neurological injury and a single case report.4The benefits of perimortem caesarean delivery are, improvement in venous return, effective chest compressions, reduced metabolic demand by fetus, and improved respiratory mechanics.
The timing of restoration of adequate cardiac output is critical for both the mother and the baby. The mother is likely to experience hypoxia earlier in the course of an arrest due to the increased oxygen demands of pregnancy and decreased oxygen storage, while the fetus relies on the maternal circulation for oxygen supply.
The neonatal outcomes are better when the gestational age is advanced and the cardiac arrest occurs in delivery room or in the operating room.5 Ultrasound examination helps in determining the gestational age. If the gestational age is more than 24weeks, delivery of the fetus either alive or dead will help in restoring the venous return and improves the chance of successful maternal resuscitation.
In this case report, timely recognition, standard resuscitation efforts and perimortem caesarean delivery within the time limit were the reasons for successful outcome of mother and baby with intact neurological functions. It is important to have maternal cardiac arrest team which comprises of anesthesiologist, obstetrician, neonatologist, and cardiologist. All the essential equipments should be kept ready in the delivery suite.
1.      Part 12: Cardiac Arrest in Special situations. 2010 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary. Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care.
2.      Obstetric Anesthesia, principles and practice, David H.Chestnut, 3rd edition, Elsevier Mosby publication.
3.      Successful Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in Pregnancy: A Case Report. Ozgur Soguta e, Atilla Kamazb, Mehmet Ozgur Erdoganc, Yusuf Sezend. J Clin Med Res 2010;2(1):50-52
4.      Cardiopulmonary arrest in pregnancy: two case reports of successful outcomes in association with perimortem Caesarean delivery, N. J. McDonnell, British Journal of Anaesthesia 103 (3): 406–9 (2009)
5.      Maternal deaths from anaesthesia: An extract from Why Mothers Die 2000–2002, the Confidential Enquiries into Maternal Deaths in the United Kingdom, Chapter 9: Anaesthesia, British Journal of Anaesthesia 94 (4): 417–23 (2005)
Interesting Case from  Department of Surgical Gastroenterology

                                                                                                  Removed denture

Right hepatectomy done for a case of HCC

Tumour in Right Lobe

Parenchymal transection done using Harmonic

Operating Team

Research Activities by Anesthesia Department 

  List of scientific researches done:
S.no Title Author Progress of the study
1. Barriers for Labor analgesia in South India, knowledge and attitude of relevant stakeholders: A hospital based cross sectional study Dr.S Syed ThahirHussain, MD third year PG
Won K.O.P award at National ISA conference held on December 2014 at Madurai.
2. A comparative study of Ropivacaine and Ropivacaine with Dexmeditomidine as postoperative analgesia for lower abdominal surgeries under ultrasound guided Trans abdominal plane block Dr.Selvaraj, MD third year postgraduate
Guide      : Prof. Dr. G. Sivakumar
Co-guide : Dr. Venkat Raghavan
Completed. Submitted to TN Dr.MGR Medical University
3. Bilateral superficial cervical plexus block combined with general anesthesia for thyroid surgery- A comparative study of analgesic efficacy, safety and intraoperative hemodynamic status. Dr. Nedumaran, MD third year PG.
Guide     : Dr. Murugesan
Co-guide: Dr.Mohanhariraj
Completed. Submitted to TN Dr.MGR Medical University
4. A prospective randomised study to compare and evaluate Macintosh laryngoscope and KingVision video laryngoscope for routine intubation in adults scheduled for elective surgery Dr.R. Megala, MD third year postgraduate. Guide     : Dr.K.Murugesan
Co-guide: Dr.S.Ramesh Kumar.
Completed. Submitted to TN Dr.MGR Medical University
5. Postdural puncture headache in lower limb and lower abdominal surgeries- A comparative study between 25G Quincke and 25G Whitacre needle. Dr. Lidiya George, MD third year postgraduate.
Guide: Dr. K Murugesan
Completed. Submitted to TN Dr.MGR Medical University
6. The effect of Dexmeditomidine on hemodynamics, postoperative sedation and analgesia in paediatric patients undergoing adenotonsillectomy. Dr. S. Vijay Kumar, M.D third year PG.
Guide     : Dr. Santhanakrishnan
Co-guide: Dr. Jothi Anand
Completed. Submitted to TN Dr.MGR Medical University
List of ongoing research works:
7. Comparison of the analgesic efficacy of two different doses of Bupivacaine verses Saline Placebo in Ultrasound Guided Transverse Abdominis Plane Block for Postoperative Pain Relief in Patients undergoing Lower SEGMENT Caesarean Section Author: Dr.R. Arunachalam
Co-authors: Dr.A.K.Prasath
Ethical committee approved
8. Comparison of an ultrasound guided technique with traditional landmark technique for performing penile block in paediatric patients undergoing circumcision surgery. Author: Dr.R. Arunachalam
Co-authors: Dr.A.K.Prasath
Dr.Ramesh, MD postgraduate
Ethical committee approved.
9. A prospective study comparing effects of oral clonidine and oral metaprolol for induced hypotension in functional endoscopic sinus surgery. Author: Dr.Dilish
Co-authors: Dr.MohanHariraj
Ethical committee approved on 23.12.2015  
10. A prospective randomised study about attenuation of hemodynamic changes during laryngoscopy and endotracheal intubation with intravenous lidocaine versus intravenous Dexmeditomidine. Dr. S Ramesh, MD second year PG.
Guide: Prof Dr.R. Nagarajan
Co-guide: Dr. S Ramesh Kumar.
Ethical committee approved. Study being conducted.  
11. Ultrasound guidance with nerve stimulation compared with ultrasound guidance alone for performing infraclavicular brachial plexus block- A randomised control study. Dr. S Muthamilselvan, MD PG.
Guide: Dr. Santhanakrishnan
Co-guide: Dr.R Arunachalam.
Ethical committee approved. Study being conducted.  
12. Correlative study between preoperatively assessed Mallampati grading with Cormack-Lehane and POGO scoring in predicting difficult airway Dr. N Rajarajan, MD first year PG.
Guide      : Prof. G.Sivakumar
Co-guide : Dr. R Arunachalam
Ethical committee approved. Study being conducted.  
13. Paediatric caudal analgesia- comparative study of plain Bupivacaine, Dexmeditomidine as an adjuvant to bupivacaine and clonidine as an adjuvant to bupivacaine Dr. D Sasirekha, MD first year potgraduate.
Guide: Dr. K Murugesan
Co-guide: Dr. A. Senthil Kumar.
Ethical committee approved. Study being conducted.  
14. A comparative study of three supraglottic airway devices (LMA-Classic, LMA-Proseal and i-gel) in adult patients undergoing elective surgery. Dr R Afreen Nahar, MD first year PG. Guide: Prof. Dr. G. Sivakumar.
Co-guide: Dr. P Aravind Kumar.
Ethical committee approved. Study being conducted.
15 A comparative study on the effects of propofol, Thiopentone and etomidate for modified electroconvulsive therapy Dr. N Rajarajan, MD first year PG.
Guide: Dr.Santhanakrishnan
Co-guide: Dr. G Dilish.
Ethical committee approved. Study being conducted.
Scientific papers published on TN Dr. MGR Medical University Med e-journal:
16. Caesarean delivery under spinal anaesthesia in a parturient with poliomyelitis and scoliosis- A case report. Dr. V Nedumaran, MD third year PG.
Guide     : Prof. Dr.G.Sivakumar
Co-guide: Dr.P.Arvindkumar
Got published on e-journal
17. Removal of three years old retained central venous catheter guidewire – A case report. Dr. G. Selvaraju, MD third year PG.
Guide     : Prof. Dr.G.Sivakumar
Co-guide: Dr.P.Arvindkumar
Got published on e-journal
18. Anaesthetic management of surgical resection of bullous lesion of lung; awake laryngoscopic double-lumen tube insertion- A case report. Dr. R Megala, MD third year postgraduate.
Guide     : Prof Dr.G.Sivakumar
Co-guide: Dr.Mohanhariraj.
Got published on e-journal
19. Oxygen embolism during hydrogen peroxide irrigation during minor orthopaedic surgery- A case report. Dr. Lidiya George, MD third year PG.
Guide: Prof. Dr.G.Sivakumar
Got published on e-journal
20. Newer horizon in airway management for thyroid surgery- A case report. Dr S Vijaykumar, MD third year PG.
Guide:Prof.Dr.G.Siva kumar
Got published on e-journal

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