Overview of Department:
The Department of General Surgery is one of the most vibrant departments in Mamata Medical College and Hospital, Khammam Telangana. The Department is housed in the third floor of the inpatient block of Mamata General Hospital and includes male and female wards, operation theaters, skills lab, PG and UG seminar rooms and the Department office. It also caters to specialty, subspecialty & super specialty services like General Surgery, Uro-Surgery, Neurosurgery, Laparoscopy, Endoscopy, & Proctology. The department of surgery was established since the day of college institution and the department has grown in leaps and bounds. The Department was initially imparting teaching to undergraduates only. Subsequently, it expanded its teaching program for postgraduates to obtain MS degree. At last it added subspecialty courses in neurosurgery & urology in delivering MCh programs in both these branches. The Department has six fully functional units for General Surgery and offers education to medical, dental and nursing undergraduates. Department also has well planned post graduate program with annual intake of 8 post graduate candidates for MS (General Surgery). The department has undertaken many innovative research projects which will help future development of new budding doctors at both undergraduate and post graduate level. Department Faculty and Post graduates have won many awards and distinctions at various academic platforms at state and national level.
|1||Dr. Prasan Kumar Hota||Professor & HOD|
|2||Dr. T. Seetharamaiah||Professor|
|3||Dr. S. Seetaiah||Professor|
|4||Dr. Y. Prasad Rao||Professor|
|5||Dr. Suresh H Clement||Professor|
|6||Dr. M. Venkata Reddy||Professor|
|7||Dr. G. Sambasiva Rao||Professor|
|8||Dr. Padmanabh S Inamdar||Professor|
|9||Dr. Boppana Durga Suresh||Associate Professor|
|10||Dr. K. Anand Gouda||Associate Professor|
|11||Dr. Sunil Kumar||Associate Professor|
|12||Dr. Ramaswami Bandivaddar||Assistant Professor|
|13||Dr. Nata Raja Kumar Perumalla||Assistant Professor|
|14||Dr. Karnati Prakash||Assistant Professor|
|15||Dr. Hemanth Kumar Nune||Assistant Professor|
|16||Dr. Ramakrishna Reddy Gade||Assistant Professor|
|17||Dr. Anantha Bhanu Prakash||Assistant Professor|
|18||Dr. Mahammad Fareedh||Assistant Professor|
|19||Dr. M. Rasaghnnnya Chowdery||Assistant Professor|
|20||Dr. Ravoori Harish Babu||Assistant Professor|
|21||Dr. Nikhilesh Yalamanchli||Assistant Professor|
|22||Dr. Bandi Vinuthna||Senior Resident|
|23||Dr. Inturi Pranay||Senior Resident|
|24||Dr. Stalin Kamepalli||Senior Resident|
|25||Dr. Bhogi Reddy Sri Ram Satyadev||Senior Resident|
|26||Dr. Hare Ram Singh||Senior Resident|
|27||Dr. Gurrapu Nikhil||Senior Resident|
|28||Dr. Godalenina||Senior Resident|
|29||Dr. Gowtham Kampalli||Senior Resident|
|00||Dr. Bodepudi Sisir||Senior Resident|
- Undergraduate course —- M.B.B.S. (150 students in each batch)
- Postgraduate course—- M.S. (General Surgery) with yearly intake of 8
The ultimate goal of surgical training is to make the student skilled competent surgical practitioner, leader, communicator, teacher and lifelong learner as depicted by Medical council of India.
To achieve the required objectives following core competencies are taught to students both in undergraduate and postgraduate courses:
- Patient Care – compassionate, appropriate, and effective for the treatment of health problems and the promotion of health.
- Training in Medical Knowledge about established and evolving biomedical, clinical. Surgical residents are expected to critically evaluate and demonstrate knowledge of pertinent scientific information.
- Practice-Based Learning and Improvement that involves investigation and evaluation of their own patient care, appraisal, and assimilation of scientific evidence.
- Interpersonal and Communication Skills that result in effective information exchange with patients and their families
- Professionalism as manifested through a commitment to carrying out professional responsibilities, adherence to ethical principles
- Systems-Based Practice–able to demonstrate an understanding of the role of different specialists and other health care professionals in overall patient management.
FACILITIES & LEARNING SOURCES OF THE DEPARTMENT:
The department is located in the third floor of inpatient block of Mamata General Hospital. The Department has department office, library and chambers for faculty along with a central conference room. There are two clinical demonstration rooms for undergraduate student with seating capacity of fifty students in each room. There is a dedicated seminar room for the post graduates. Audio visual teaching aids such as broadband connection, LCD projectors, laptops are used by the department faculty for imparting up to date surgical knowledge to the students. Department also has separate departmental library for postgraduate students and faculty members. Theoretical and practical knowledge is imparted to students besides bedside clinical skills demonstration.
The Department also has well equipped Skills lab for training undergraduate and post graduate students. There are different anatomical models, mannequins and laparoscopic Endo trainer and suturing models to train the students.
The department has a well-established museum with the requisite pathological specimens ,collection of x-rays, instruments which are used in teaching both the undergraduates and postgraduates.
The department functions with six units having 180 beds. There are Four fully equipped& air-conditioned operation theatres dedicated to the department of surgery and are equipped with the state of the art equipment’s like ventilators, Bi/Unipolar & spray diathermy, C-arm imaging, laparoscopes, defibrillator, endoscopes etc. All diagnostic and therapeutic laparoscopies are performed by surgeons. Super specialties such as Urology and Neurosurgery considerably enhance the services provided to the patients.
The post graduate students and the interns are given the hands on training along with the formal teaching. The Department of Surgery always strives to nurture an intellectually motivated environment to cultivate a quest for knowledge and passion for surgery among the students with an ultimate aim of turning them into surgeons of par excellence and good human beings.
AWARDS & ACHIEVEMENTS
- Prasan Kumar Hota, Professor Dept of Gen Surgery awarded “BEST TEACHER AWARD” BY Telangana state ASI Chapter on March 11th 2019.
- Dr Padmanabh Inamdar was awarded Endoscopy Fellowship of Indian association of Gastro intestinal Endo Surgeons held at GSL SMART LAB, GSL MEDICAL COLLEGE, Rahajmundry held between 31st May to 2nd June 2019 Conference
- Padmanabh Inamdar – awarded advanced course in Medical Education (ACME) conducted by Medical Council of India at Nodal Centre for Faculty Development KLE Uinversity’s J. N.Medical College, Belagavi.
- Prachi Gang – 1st prize in Best State Chapter paper presentation, 79th Annual Conference of ASI- ASICON-2019 from 18th 21st December 2019 at Bhubaneswar, Odisha.
- Kavya G – 3rd prize in Dr. Pallanivellu Best PG Paper presentation, 79th Annual Conference of ASI- ASICON-2019 from 18th 21st December 2019 at Bhubaneswar, Odisha.
- Sunil Kumar1, T. Rudra Prasad Reddy, Study of open cholecystectomy for gallbladder disorders,International Surgery Journal Kumar S et al. Int Surg J. 2021 Mar;8(3):826-830.
- Sunil Kumar, Sreenivasa, Post-operative complications and pain comparison between modified Bassini’s repair and Lichtestein’s hernioplasty in inguinal hernia repair, International Surgery Journal | Int Surg J. 2021 Feb;8(2):579-582.
- Inamdar, PK Hota, Feasibility and effectiveness of Direct Observation of Procedural skills (DOPS) in General Surgery discipline: a Pilot study,Indian J Surg(2021). 12 January 2021 /Accepted: 17 May 2021.
- Prasan Kumar Hota, Nikitha Bung*, Yeramaneni Venkat Prashanth, A study of non-traumatic gastrointestinal perforations in a tropical country,Int Surg J. 2021 Sep;8(9):2656-2661.
- GurramL , Inamdar P, Manogyna D, Role of laparostomy in preventing early morbidity and mortality inadvanced peritonitis patients, Surgical Update: International Journal of Surgery & OrthopedicsJanuary – February 2020/ Vol 6/ Issue 1 ISSN: 2456-9518, Online ISSN: 2455-5436
- Ramakrishna Reddy G, Venkata Reddy M, Padmanabh Inamdar, A Comparative Study Between Platelet Rich Plasma And Conventional Dressing In Chronic Non Healing Leg Ulcers, International Surgery Journal | March 2020 | Vol 7 | Issue 3 Page 751
ONGOING RESEARCH PROJECTS
- O Poornima – A Comparative study between open and Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy.
- M Rajavardhan Reddy- Comparison between FNAC and Truecut Biopsy in patients with Breast Lump.
- Dr P Supriya Naik – A Comparative Study of Desarda Technique Versus Lichtenstein mesh Repair in inguinal hernia.
- P Naresh – Surgical APGAR Score A Predictor of outcome in Emergency Gastro-intestinal Procedures.
- Nikitha Bung- Assessment of Surgical outcome using P-Possum score in perforative Peritonitis.
- Y Venkat Prasanth – A Comparative study of Ripasa score and Modified Alvarado score in Diagnosis of Acute Appendicitis.
- G Sanghamithra – Analysis of Upper Gastro-intestinal Endoscopic Eindings in patients with Gallstone Disase presenting with Dyspepsia.
- A Anusha – A Comparative study of Laparoscopic and open Appendectomy.
- Dr G Mohan Chand – A Study on clinical profile and surgical management of ventral hernia.
- Dr Y Nikhilesh – Study of modified Alvarado score and Ultrasound imaging with post operative histopathology in diagnosis of acute appendicitis.
- Dr D Manogyna- A Study of clinical evaluation and management of lower limb varicose veins
- Dr R Harish Babu – A Comparitive study between wagner’s classification and new wound based diabetic foot ulcer severity score ( Duss).
- Dr Reena Kumari – Clinico- pathological study on benign breast disease and their management profile.
- Dr V Santhoshi- A Comparative study of Pre-Op Skin preparation with povidone lodine versus chlorhexidine- Alcohol-Povidone lodine in elective surgical procedures
- Dr Md Fareedh- A Study on clinic-pathological features and surgical management of multinodular goitre
- Dr M Rasaghnnnya Chowdery – A Study of predictive factors in diagnosis and outcome of necrotizing fasciitis
- Dr Hare Ram Singh- A Comparative Study between skin sutures and skin skin staplers in abdominal surgery
- Dr Kavya G – Comparison of Sutures with N-BUTYL2-Cyanoacrylate Glue for inguinal hernia repair
- Dr Prachi Gang- Clinico-Pathological study and Management of Non Traumatic Acute Abdomen
- Dr Hare Ram Singh- A Comparative Study between Skin Sutures and skin staplers in Abdominal surgery
- Dr A Rajashekar – A Prospective study on Occurrence and Risk factors of Abdominal surgical site infection
- Dr G Kavya- A Comparative study of conservative versus surgical management of Appendicular mass
- K Vamshi Krishna- Evaluation of factors responsible for Gangrene in Lower Extremities in case of Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Diasease
- G Lenina- A Comparative study of Conservative versus surgical management of Appendicular mass