Publication

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Department of Surgery:

Publications 2011

Dr. Ajay M. Rajyaguru. Primary Trauma Management.Current Medical Journal of India; Vol.XV No.12, March 2010, 7-12.

Prof. Jatin G. Bhatt. Perioperative Management of Diabetes Mellitus. Current Medical Journal of India;vol.XIII,No.4, July-2007. 41-44.

Dr. Jatin G. Bhatt. Hiatus Hernia. Current Medical Journal of India;vol.XIII,No.6, Sept-2007. 48-50.

Dr. Jatin G. Bhatt. Appendicitis.FPA Times, 2009.

Dr. Jatin G. Bhatt. Calcified Branchial Cleft Cyst. FPA Times, 2009.

Prof. Jatin G. Bhatt. Burns. Current Medical Journal of India; vol. XV, No.10, January 2010, 7-15.


Department of Microbiology:


Gujarat Medical Journal, Vol: 5, Feb-2010, Issue: 2, Page 23.
Seroprevalance of Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and Syphilis in HIV Positive cases at ICTC, Rajkot.
Dr. S. K. Antala; Assistant Professor; Microbiology Department
Dr. T. K. Joshi; Tutor; Microbiology Department


Department of Forensic Medicine:



Sr. No.

Topic of Article

Name of Doctors who published the Article

Research Paper or Case-Report

Name of Journal & Year of publication

National or International Journal

Year

1.

Role of Superimposition technique in practice of Forensic Medicine.

-Dr. H. M. Mangal
-Dr. Akhilesh Pathak

Case-Report

Journal of Punjab Academy of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology
JPAFMAT-2006 Issue

National Journal

2006

2

Reconstruction: A Recipe of Forensic Medicine.

-Dr. H. M. Mangal
-Dr. Akhilesh Pathak
-Dr. Hitesh Rathod

Case-Report

Journal Of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine
JIAFM-2007 Issue

National Journal

2007

3.

Fabricated Snake Bite.

-Dr. H. M. Mangal
-Dr. Akhilesh Pathak

Case-Report

Journal Of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine
JIAFM-2007 Issue

National Journal

2007

4.

The Fire is both “ A Blessing and Scourge to the Mankind.”

-Dr. H. M. Mangal
-Dr. Akhilesh Pathak
-Dr. J. S. Rathod

Research- Paper

Journal Of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine
JIAFM-2007 Issue

National Journal

2007

5.

Contradictory Skull and Age Estimation.

-Dr. H. M. Mangal
-Dr. Akhilesh Pathak

Case-Report

Journal Of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine
JIAFM-2007 Issue

National Journal

2007

6.

Study of Poisoning Cases in Decomposed Bodies in Rajkot region.

-Dr. H. M. Mangal
-Dr. Jigesh Shah

Research-Paper

Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology

National Journal

2007

7.

Drowning Deaths in and around Rajkot.

-Dr. H. M. Mangal
-Dr. Akhilesh Pathak
-Dr. Hitesh Rathod

Research-Paper

Indian J. of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology IJFMT-2008 Issue

International Journal

2008


Department of Anatomy:


A study of the femoral bicondylar angle in the Gujarat region . Pandya A. M., Singel T. C., Patel M. M., Gohil D. V., Journal of Anatomical Society of India. Vol.57(2), Dec.08.

Accessory Saphanenous Vein. A very rare variation of Saphaneous vein & its clinical significance. T.C. Singel, M.M.Patel, D.V.Gohil, A.M. Pandya. Indian Medical Journal, Vol.102(7), July.08.

A study of Osteometric measurements of articular facets from C3 to S1. Patel M.M., Singel T.C., Gohil D. V., Pandya A.M., Journal of Anatomical Society of India, Vol.56(1), June.07.


Department of Paediatrics:


Dr. Yogesh Parikh: Prevalence of Exclusive Breast Feeding and its determinants in First Six Month of Life : “ Prospective Study”.


Department of Physiology:


Dr. V. P. Bhatt. Study of factors affections male infertility in Saurashtra region. March 2007.

Dr. Rajesh C. Kathrotia. Swimming: A step towards healthy aging. Indian Journal for the Practicing Doctors, Vol.V, No.4, Sep-Oct 08, 35-38.

Dr. Rajesh G. Kathrotia. Late Sleeping affects sleep duration and body mass index in adolescents. Indian Journal of Medical Sciences, March 2010, Vol.35, No.1, 57-60.


Department of Anaesthesiology:


Books Published by Dr. P. Kumar

Textbook of Pain, 2nd Ed, CBS Pub New Delhi 2008

Kumar Pramod .Textbook of Anaesthesiology , 1st Ed, ,Paras Med Pub, Hyderabad, 2008.

Kumar Pramod. Clinical Methods in Anaesthesia,1st Ed, National Books, Mumbai . 2008.

Kumar Pramod Anaesthesia for Dentistry, 1st Ed National Books, Mumbai , 2008.

Kumar Pramod .Terminal cancer care 2nd Ed CBS Medical Pubs , N Delhi 2005

Kumar Pramod Guide to Peripheral Nerve Blocks 1st Ed CBSMedical Pubs , N Delhi 2008

Kumar Pramod Textbook of Veterinary Anaesthesia, 1st Ed, CBS Medical Pubs, New Delhi, 2009.

Kumar Pramod MCQ in Anaesthesia , 2nd Ed CBS Medical Pub, N Delhi 2008.


Department of Dermatology:


At CUTICON – 2008, the 34th annual conference of the Gujarat State Branch of the Indian Association of Dermatologists, Venereologists and Leprologists (IADVL-GSB), held at Mehsana in December 2008:

Dr. Daksha Jethava, 3rd year resident, presented the study, “Adverse cutaneous drug reactions in HIV/AIDS patients” in the Award Paper session.

Dr. Rushika Chauhan, 2nd year resident, presented a case-report about 2 cases of Sezary Syndrome, titled “Intractable pruritus may be ominous!” in the Free Paper session.

Dr. Rahul Chandera, 1st year resident, presented the Poster titled “A case report of lazarine leprosy”.

At Dermazone-West 2009, the 1st biennial west zonal conference of Indian Association of Dermatologists, Venereologists and Leprologists, attended by Dermatologists from Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra and Goa, held at Ahmedabad in December 2009:

Dr. Rushika Chauhan, 3rd year resident, presented the paper “Study of systemic manifestations of autoimmune connective tissue diseases” in the Dr. Bharat H. Shah Award Paper session.

Dr. Rahul Chandera, 2nd year resident, presented the paper regarding a rare case, “Scleromyxoedema responding well to thalidomide – a case report” in the Free Paper Session.

Dr. Riddhi Kotecha, 1st year resident, presented the Poster titled “Berardinelli-Seip syndrome – a rare case report”.

Dr. Mital Sidhpura, 1st year resident, presented the Poster titled “The importance of etiological approach illustrated in leucocytoclastic vasculitis”.

IADVL-GSK National Quiz Program for Post-Graduates (IGNQPP) was also held along with the conference, in which the team from P.D.U. Medical College & Hospital, Rajkot participated. The initial elimination round (written) was attended by a total number of 9 colleges from all over Gujarat and Rajasthan. Of these, 4 teams were selected for the further round held on stage.

 

DEPATMENT OF PHARMACOLOGY

SR NO

NAME

Status

TITLE OF PROJECT

1.

Dr. B N Karelia(Asst.  Prof)

Dr. J G Buch(Prof. & Head)

Completed. Submitted for publication.

 

Analysis of haemitinic formulation available in Indian market.

2.

Dr. B N Karelia(Asst.  Prof)

Dr. J G Buch(Prof. & Head)

Proposed

Treatment outcome of patients with HIV and TB- A retrospective study.

3.

Dr. K G Piparva(Asst.  Prof)

 

Completed. Submitted for publication.

 

Drug utilization study of psychotropic drugs in outdoor patient of psychiatry department in tertiary teaching care hospital.

4.

Dr. K G Piparva(Asst.  Prof)

Dr J G Buch(Prof. & Head)

Completed.

Adverse drug reaction monitoring of atypical antipsychotic drugs in new cases of psychosis in psychiatry department

5.

 

Dr. K G Piparva(Asst.  Prof)

Dr J G Buch(Prof. & Head)

Completed. Submitted for publication.

 

Deep vein thrombosis with 2nd generation contraceptive pills. (A case report)

6.

Dr B M Purohit(Asst.  Prof)

Dr J G Buch(Prof. & Head)

On-going

Study of cough and cold formulations available in the Indian market.

7.

Dr P M Daultani(2nd year resident)

Dr J G Buch(Prof. & Head)

On-going

Drug utilization and adverse drug reaction monitoring of ART.

8.

Dr A S Pandya (1st year resident)

Dr B N Karelia(Asst.  Prof)

Dr J G Buch(Prof. & Head)

Proposed

Use of antihypertensives in pregnancy induced hypertension.

9.

Dr V R Mistry(1st year resident)

 

Dr J G Buch(Prof. & Head)

Proposed

Use of antimicrobial prophylaxis for clean, elective orthopedic surgical procedure and sensitivity pattern of infective organisms.

10.

Dr J S Chaudhary(1st year resident)

Dr A R Kubavat(Asso. Prof)

Proposed

Study of utilization of analgesics for postoperative pain and assessment of their efficacy.

 


 

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