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Overview of Department:

  • Anaesthesiology department as an upgrading specialty, started in 1998 with widely encompassing areas of patient care with rapid advances.
  • The department is taking up many responsibilities at different levels
  • Social commitment
  • Institutional
  • Academic
  • Administrative
S. No. Name Designation
1. Dr. Manda Hiresh Nagrale Professor & HOD
2. Dr. Kolli Gopichand Professor
3. Dr. Bagam Kishan Rao Professor
4. Dr. Kiran Kumar Suggala Professor
5. Dr. Suresh Janapati Assistant Professor
6. Dr. Uday Kumar Gouni Assistant Professor
7. Dr.K Chaitanya Velagapudi Assistant Professor
8. Dr. N.P. Bharath Kumar Assistant Professor
9. Dr. Kandula Ugender Assistant Professor
10. T. Anusha Assistant Professor
11. Dr.Siri Bhavani Assistant Professor
12. Dr. Jerpala Satyajith Naik Senior Resident
13. Dr. Kowsalya.P Senior Resident
14. Dr. Anil Babu Swarna Senior Resident
15. Dr. Vanam Taraka Pradeep Kumar Senior Resident
16. Dr.Valasala Sudharani Senior Resident
17. Dr. Sirisha G Senior Resident

 COURSES OFFERED:

  • B.B.S (Anaesthesiology Training Postings)
  • D ( 8 seats per year)

 CORE COMPETENCIES:

  • Social commitment
  • Intensive care unit
  • Palliative care unit
  • Academics
  • CSSD Maintenance
  • Painless labour
  • PAC clinics
  • Multispecialty surgeries

 FACILITIES & LEARNING SOURCES OF THE DEPARTMENT:

  • Departmental Library – 70 books
  • Central Library ( Journals)
  • Desktop with broadband internet facility

 RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS: 

  1. Dr Uday Kumar. G, Dr Kiran Kumar. Suggala, Dr B.Kishan Rao – Endotracheal Intubation with Cisatracurium Vs Rocuronium: Comparative Study, JMSCR VOL-07,ISSUE-03, MARCH – 2019, 1131-1137
  2. Uday Kumar. G1, Dr. Kiran Kumar Suggala, Dr. Manda Hiresh Nagrale3METOCHLORPRAMIDE VERSUS MIDAZOLAM IN AVOIDING PERIOPERATIVE NAUSEA AND VOMITING IN PREGNANT WOMEN: A CLINICAL COMPARATIVE STUDY, SCHOLARS JOURNAL OF APPLIED MEDICAL SCIENCES, VOL-07, ISSUE-03, MARCH – 2019, 1144-1148.
  3. SAMBA SIVA RAO. G, DR. KIRAN KUMAR SUGGALA – ROLE OF HYPEROXYGENATION ON SURGICAL SITE WOUND INFECTION: A RANDOMOSED CASE CONTROL STUDY, ISJ VOL-06,ISSUE-08, AUGUST – 2019, 2927 – 2930
  4. KIRAN KUMAR SUGGALA, DR. KISHAN RAO BAGAM, DR. PRADEEP S INDURKAR, DR. M.H. NAGRALE – INTRAVENOUS CLONIDINE VS INTRAVENOUS DEXMEDETOMEDINE AS ADJUVANT TO PROPOFOL FOR INSERTION OF LARYNGEAL MASK AIRWAY, A CLINICAL COMPARATIVE STUDY, EAS J, VOLUME-1 | ISSUE- 4| JULY-AUG-2019 |, 88-93.
  5. Sundeep S.Matteda1,Dr.Pradeep Indurkar – COMPARATIVE STUDY OF EPIDURAL ROPIVACAINE WITH DEXMEDITOMIDINE AND ROPIVACAINE WITH CLONODE IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING LOWER ABDOMINAL SURGERIES, JMSCR, VOLUME – 07 , ISSUE – 11, NOVEMBER – 2019, 940 – 948.

PROJECTS (2019-2020):

  1. BINDU – comparitive study of intrathecal levobupivacaine with nalbuphine and 0.5% bupivacaine for lower abdominal and lower limb surgeries
  2. HIMABINDU- A Comparative Study of Ease of Insertion, Haemodynamic Changes and Post Operative Complications of Proseal Laryngeal Mask Airway versus Igel.
  3. KARTHIK- Comparison Of Three Different Doses Of Dexmeditomidine As Adjuvant To Bupivacaine In Supra Clavicular Brachial Plexus Block For Upper Limb Orthopaedic Surgeries.A Study Of 60 Cases
  4. NAZMA JABEEN- A Study Of Compare The Effects Of Low Dose Intrathecal Fentanyl And Low Dose Intrathecal Tramadol Combined With 0.5% Bupivacaine In Orthopaedic Surgeries.
  5. SAMYUKTHA- A Study To Evaluate The Difficulty Of Endotracheal Intubation During Thyroid Surgeries.
  6. SHASHIDHAR RAO- A Comparative Study Of 0.75% Isobaric Ropivacaine 15mg and 0.5% Hyperbaric Bupivacaine 10mg With Dexamethasone 4mg In Patients Posted For Cesareran Section.
  7. TEJASWI- A Comparative Study of Intrathecal Ropivacaine with Fentanyl And L-Bupivacaine With Fentanyl In Lower Abdominal And Lower Limb Surgeries