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Guest Lecture:


S. No Date Topic Speaker / Guest Speaker 
Department Of Anesthesiology
46 24.04.2016 (Sunday)
End Stage Renal Disease- Anaesthetic Implications Dr. Rajashekar Reddy
Failed Spinal Anaesthesia What Next Dr. Gopal Reddy
Applied Physics for Anaesthesiologist Dr. P. Surender,
Professor & HOD of Anaesthesiology,
Malla Reddy Medical College
Obstructive Sleep Apnoea- Anaesthetic Implications Dr. Ramakrishna Reddy,
Associate Professor of Anaesthesiology,
Mediciti Medical College
Interactive Session, Case Discussion. Delayed Recovery from General Anaesthesia
Causes – Treatment
Dr. N. Gopal Reddy, Dr. Rajeshwari
Department Of Psychiatry
45 24.04.2016 (Sunday)
OCD- Assessment and Management Dr. B. Rajashekar,
Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Gandhi Medical College, Hyderabad
Rapid Tranquilization Dr. P. Sai Krishna,
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, PIMS, Karimnagar
Research and Relevant tools in Psychiatry
Dr. M. Dattatrey & Dr. D. Rajkiran
National Mental Health Programme – A Review Dr. K. Prathyush
Department Of DVL
44 24.04.2016 (Sunday)
Non- Venereal Genital Dermatosis Dr. Ch. Madhu Babu,
Professor of DVL,
Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad
Histopathology of Leprosy & Differential Diagnosis Dr. T. Sheshagiri Rao
Childhood Psoriasis Dr. A. Gnaneshwar Rao,
Professor & HOD of DVL,
SVS Medical College, Mahaboob Nagar
Department Of Pulmonary Medicine
43 24.04.2016 (Sunday)
Medical Thoracoscopy Dr. Laxman Babu,
M.D. Pulmonology and Critical Care Consultant in Yashoda Hospital, Hyderabad
Electrotacautery, Cryotherapy in Pulmonary Medicine Dr. Nagarjuna Mathuru,
MD. DM & Interventional Pulmonologist
Consultant in Yashoda Hospital Somajiguda, Hyderabad
Recent advances in Laboratory Diagnosis of
Mycobacterium Tuberculosis
Dr. Laxmi Vasantha
HRCT in Diffuse Lung Disease Dr. Venkat Kishan
Department Of Forensic Medicine
42 27.03.2016 (Sunday)
Professionalism Dr. T. Mahender Reddy
Legal & Ethical Dilemmas of Artificial Insemination Dr. Prashanth
Associate Professor of Forensic Medicine
Apollo Medical College, Hyderabad
Forensic Ballistics Dr. M. Ravinder Reddy
Maternal Deaths- Autopsy Features Dr. R. Sudha
Associate Professor of Forensic Medicine
Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad
Department Of Microbiology
41 27.03.2016 (Sunday)
Basic Molecular Techniques Dr. K. Sai Leela
Advanced Molecular Techniques in Diagnostic Microbiology Dr. D.S. Murthy,
Assoc. Professor of Microbiology
Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad
Biomarkers in diagnostic microbiology Dr. MD. Khaleel
Professor of Microbiology Deccan College of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad
Department Of ENT
40 22.03.2016 (Sunday)
Paediatric Airway Dr. Ranga Reddy Sirigiri, MS ENT, MD (USA), Fellowship in Paediatric ENT (USA), Medical Director, Ozone Hospital
Adult Airway Dr. (Brig) P.S. Sukthankar , Professor of ENT
Early Detection and Intervention for Hearing impaired children Dr. M.V.V. Reddy, MS ENT, PhD, Professor & HOD of ENT KAMS & RC, L.B. Nagar, Hyderabad
Implantable Hearing Aids Dr. Kabir, MS ENT, Asst. Professor, GMC, Secunderabad
Department Of Paediatrics
38 28.02.2016 (Sunday)
Newer Trends in Vaccination Dr. Suresh R J Thomas
Crying Infant Dr. Chandra Shekhar Jain
Neonatal Sepsis Dr. Kiran Kumar Haridas
Zika Virus an Emerging Problem Dr. Vasudev Murali Associate Professor of Paediatrics,Gandhi Hospital, Hyderabad
Case Scenarios Dr. M. Dasaradha Rami Reddy
Department Of Ophthalmology
37 07.02.2016 (Sunday)
Fundus Degenerations in Myopia Dr. Aaliya Sultana,
Asst. Professor & Vitreo Retinal Surgeon S.D. Eye Institute, Hyderabad
Age Related Macular Degeneration Dr. Sudhir Babu. P
Fundus Dystrophies Dr. Irfan Faraz, Asst. Prof. & Vitreo Retinal Surgeon Bhaskara Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad
Department Of General Medicine
36 30.12.2015 (Wednesday)
ARDS Dr. K. Yugaveer
Overview of infective endocarditis Dr. Leela Krishna. K
Advanced management of Heart failure Dr. N. Sudarshan
Newer guidelines in Epilepsy Dr. Rajender Prasad
CKD diagnosis approach and management by primary care physician Dr. Gopinath
Macrophage activation syndrome approach diagnosis and management Dr. Sachin Kumar
Neurological problems in HIV AIDS Dr. Y.S. Kanni
Department Of Paediatrics
35 28.11.2015 (Sunday)
Shock in children Dr. Kiran Haridas
ABG in Paediatrics Dr. K. Sailaja
Approach to Poisonings in children Dr. (Lt. Col) C.S. Jain
Mechanical Ventilation in children Dr. T. Srinivas
Latest Guidelines in NRP Dr. Suresh R.J. Thomas
Formulation of Research Question and Preparation of Thesis Protocol Dr. K. Nagaraj
Case Scenarios Dr. M. Dasaradha Rami Reddy
Department Of General Surgery
34 25.10.2015 (Sunday)
Anatomy and Physiology Dr. U.L.L. Narasamma
Benign lesions of oesophagus Dr. (Brig) P. Krishna Murthy
GERD Dr. A. Yadagirichari (MS,FICS), Dean, Prof. & HOD of General Surgery, Dr. VRK Women’s Medical College, Hyderabad
Carcinoma of Oesophagus Dr. Jagadishwar Goud G (MS, M.Ch), Robotic Surgeon on Surgical Oncologist, KIMS, Hyderabad
Case discussion Dr. U.L.L. Narasamma / Dr. Srinivas Behara
Department Of Obst & Gynaecology
33 25.10.2015 (Sunday)
Infertility - An overview Dr. P. Sudhir Babu
Investigations and its relevance to current time Dr. V. Vrunda Choudhary
Male infertility Dr. K.V.L.N. Sharma, Professor of Obst & Gynaecology, 
MIMS, Hyderabad 
PCOS Dr. Ambuja. C, Professor of Obst & Gynaecology, 
Mallareddy Medical College, Hyderabad 
Recent trends in Infertility Dr. Ahalya Reddy, Consultant, Obst & Gynaecology, 
KLS, King Koti, Hyderabad
Department Of Obst & Gynaecology
32 14.10.2015 (Wednesday)
High risk pregnancy and fetal evaluation Dr. Sunita Mishra
Diabetes in pregnancy Dr. K.V.L.N. Sharma, Professor of Obst & Gynaecology, MIMS, Ghanpur
PIH and recent trends in management Dr. V. Vrunda Choudhary
Jaundice and its impact on pregnancy Dr. N. Madhavi
ICU management of Obstetrics patient Dr. P.V. Sai Satyanarayana
Preterm pregnancy and its management Dr. Sunitha Sudhir
Department Of Pharmacology
31 09.09.2015
(Wednesday)
Physiology of Puberty Dr. B.V. Reddy
Physiological Anatomy of female reproductive system Dr. Santosh Palekar
Ovarian function, ovulation Dr. Umesh G. Balgi
Menstrual cycle Dr. R. Sunandhini, Assoc. Professor of Physiology, OMC, Hyderabad
Menstrual abnormalities Dr. P. Sudhir Babu
Department Of Anesthesiology
30 12.08.2015
(Wednesday)
Medication errors in anaesthesia Dr. Manohar
Non invasive ventilation Dr. (Col) V M Venugopalan
Hypotensive anaesthesia Dr. C. Radha Kishan Rao
Patient Safety during Anaesthesia Dr. N. Gopal Reddy
Peri Operative arrhythmias management Dr. P.V. Sai Satyanarayana
Central Neuraxial Blocks in Children Dr. K. Prabhavathi, Consultant Anaesthesiologist, NICE Hospital, Hyderabad
Anaesthesia for Obstetric Emergencies Dr. Rajeshwari
Department Of Emergency Medicine
29 10.06.2015
(Wednesday)
Ababdominal Trauma Dr. [Brig] P. Krishna Murthy
Facial Injuries Dr. G. Madhusudhan Rao
Trauma In Pregnancy Dr. Sunitha S Padugulu
Cardiac Trauma Dr. G. Arun Babu
Head Injury And Cervical Injury Dr. M.P.A. Babu Nagendra
Pelvic Trauma Dr. B. Venkataramana
Role Of Resuscitation In Trauma Dr. Kasturi Bhagawati
Pediatric Trauma Dr. G.V.S.N. Prasad
Role Of Radiology In Polytrauma Dr. T. Venkat Kishan
Role Of Emergency Physician In A Hospital Dr. S. Saravana Kumar, Hod & Sr. Consultant In Dr. Mehta’s Hospital Chennai
Chest Trauma Dr. T. Pradhan Kumar
Department Of Pharmacology
28 11.03.2015
(Wednesday)
Newer Drugs in Diabetes Mellitus Dr. C. Dinesh M Naidu
Drugs acting on NMDA Receptors Dr. P. Karuna Sree
Spectrophotometry - Applications Dr. S. Mabu Shareef
Stem cell Therapy Dr. S. Ramesh, Professor & HOD of Pharmacology, SIMS, Hyderabad
Department Of Biochemistry
27 11.03.2015
(Wednesday)
Inborn Errors of Metabolism - Present scenario Dr. Archana A. Dharwadkar
Inborn Error of Metabolism - Biochemical Basis Dr. N. Rajya Lakshmi
Inborn Error of Metabolism - Clinicians Approach Dr. Suresh R.J. Thomas
Quiz Dr. G. Chinnapu Reddy &
Dr. Fal Nitin Desai
Inborn Error of Metabolism - Diagnostic approach Dr. Rita Christopher, Professor & HOD of Neurochemistry, NIMHANS, Bangalore
Case discussion for PGs Dr. Khaja Mohinuddin Salar B M
Department of Community Medicine
26 10.12.2014
(Wednesday)
Health Planning Mr. Sajid Merchant
Quality in Health Management Dr. P. Souri Reddy
Role of NGO’s in Health Care Dr. M.V. Rao
Pre-hospital Care-Services Management Dr. Ramana Rao, EMRI, Hyderabad
Department Of Anatomy
25 12.11.2014
(Wednesday)
Gross Anatomy of Hip Joint Dr. S. Nagaraj
Relations of Hip Joint Dr. N. Gayatri

Approaches to Hip joint

  1. Anterior Approach
  2. Anterolateral Approach
  3. Posterior Approach
  1. Dr. Y. Srinivas, Assoc. Prof. of Orthopaedics
  2. Dr. M.E. Luther, Prof. & HOD of Orthopaedics
  3. Dr. B.V. Ramana, Prof. of Orthopaedics
Imaging in Hip Joint Dr. K. Kusuma Kumar, Sr. Resident in Radiodiagnosis
Cadaveric Demonstration Dr. Ashish U Kamdi
Safe Surgical Dislocation of Hip joint Dr. M.V. Reddy, Prof. of Orthopaedics
Department Of DVL
24 08.10.2014
(Wednesday)
Etio-pathogenesis of Systemic Sclerosis Dr. G.V.R.N. Krishna Kanth, Assoc. Prof. of Pathology
Clinical features and diagnosis of Systemic Sclerosis Dr. Gurminder Singh
Management of Systemic Sclerosis Dr. V.P. Krishna, Asst. Prof of General Medicine
Aesthetics and Skin Dr. A. Parthasaradhi, Director of ASC, Hyderabad
Department Of Psychiatry
23

10.09.2014
(Wednesday)

 

The scope of community Mental health services in India Dr. K. Nagaraj, Professor & HOD of Community Medicine
Intelligence… and Current trends and testing Mr. Indrapal Sailvi
Psychiatrist as a Liaison consultant Dr. P. Sai Krishna, Asst. Professor of Psychiatry, PIMS, Karimnagar
Depression……a Re - Visit Dr. N.V. Ramana Rao, MD (Bombay), DPM (NIMHANS), FIPS, Retired Prof. & HOD of Psychiatry, Guntur Medical College, Guntur
Department Of Pathology
22

13.08.2014
(Wednesday)

 

Special Stains in Histopathology workshop (PAS, Mucicarmine, Reticulin, Van Gieson’s and Perl’s stains) Van Gainson’s Dr. V. Satyanarayana & B. Murali Krishna
Reticulin Dr. V. Satyanarayana & Dr. Dipkana Das
PAS Dr. T. Sheshagiri Rao & Dr. Subhasish Saha
Mucicarmine Dr. K. Raghu & Dr. V. Vijaya Sree
Perl’s Dr. G.V.R.N. Krishna Kanth & Dr. G. Amrutha
Anaemia - Do's and Don’ts Dr. Singi Shailesh Rajendra
Department Of Radiodiagnosis
21 09.07.2014
(Wednesday)
Imaging of Variation of paranasal sinuses Dr. T. Venkat Kishan
Imaging of larynx Dr. K. Kusuma Kumar
Radiology Quiz Dr. Chetan B S
Imaging of Non traumatic head & neck emergencies Dr. T. Venkat Kishan
Department Of Ophthalmology
20 11.06.2014 Optic Disc Evaluation Dr. G Amaresh
P O A G Dr. B.R.K. Rao
Tonometry Dr. P. Sudhir Babu
Visual Fields Dr. P.S.S. Soujanya
Medical Management of Glaucoma Dr. Gnana Jyothi Bada
Congenital Glaucoma Dr. Sudhir Babu
Normotensive Glaucoma Dr. Gnana Jyothi Bada
Department of ENT
19 14.05.2014 Obstructive Sleep Apnea Dr. Amrith Lal
Sleep Cycle Dr. K. Yugaveer, Asst. Prof. of Pulmonary Medicine
Health related consequences of
obstructive sleep apnea and response to therapy
Dr. M. Deepthi
Tracheal stenosis Dr. P.S. Sukthankar
Evaluation of voice disorders and role of Thyroplasty Dr. (Col) Rakesh Datta
Department Of Microbiology
18 12.03.2014 Identification of research question and sample size Determination Dr. K. Nagaraj
Epidemiological study designs Dr. Varun Malhotra M
Tests of significance Dr. Binu
Assoc. Professor of Statistics
Manipal University
Task on tests of significance
Validity of diagnostic test
Demo on statistical programme Mr. S. Ramesh
Department Of Orthopaedics
17 16.02.2014 Spine - Back to basics - Dr. Bharat Dave
Lumbar pedicle - Applied anatomy Dr. Bharat Dave
History taking - How important it is? Dr. D. Devanand
Red flags Dr. Bharat Dave
How to read X-rays - Spine Dr. D. Devanand
MRI reports (Don't get cheated…..) Dr. Devanand
Basics of lumbar canal stenosis Dr. B. Venkata Ramana
Decompression +/- fixation? When?? - Dr. B. Venkata Ramana
Lumbar Disc prolapse…. Basics Dr. Devanand
When to operate disc?? Dr. Bharat Dave
Cadaver hands - on
Table 1, 2
Table 3, 4
Table 5, 6

Dr. Bharat Dave
Dr. B. Venkata Ramana
Dr. Devanand
Department Of General Surgery
16 10.01.2014 Introduction & Surgical Anatomy Dr. P. Ramalingam
Diagnosis of carcinoma of breast
including breast biopsy
Dr. U.L.L. Narasamma
SLNB Dr. M. Subrahmanyam
Treatment of carcinoma of breast including
conservative breast surgery
Dr. (Brig.) P. Krishna Murthy
Reconstruction after surgery prevention &
prophylaxis of breast carcinoma
Dr. Srinivas Behara
Recent advances in Ca. Breast Dr. (Brig.) Manomoy Ganguly,
Consultant Oncosurgery
Command Hospital, Lucknow
Department of Paediatrics
15 13.11.2013 (Wednesday) Approach to a case of Involuntary Movements Dr. Rakesh A. Navale
Neonatal Ventilation Dr. Kuldeep
Recent trends in the management of  Congestive Cardiac Failure Dr. C. Soren
Overview of Paediatric HIV Dr. Usha Rani, Assoc. Professor of Paediatrics,  Gandhi Medical College, Secunderabad 
Department of Obst & Gynaecology
14 09.10.2013 (Wednesday) Hirsutism  Dr. Suresh S. Santpur  Prof. (Retd) of Obst & Gynaecology  Govt. Medical College,  Miraj & Wanless Hospital, Miraj  
Primary Amenorrhoea  Dr. V. Vrunda Choudhary
Secondary Amenorrhoea   Dr. Unmesh S. Santpur
Role of Physician Vis - Avis Changing trends in obstetrics & Gynaecology Dr. Suresh S. Santpur  Prof. (Retd) of Obst & Gynaecology  Govt. Medical College, Miraj &  Wanless Hospital, Miraj  
Department of Physiology
13 11.09.2013 (Wednesday) Anatomy of Thyroid Gland Dr. S. Nagaraj
Physiological actions of Thyroid Hormones Dr. Sunil Kumar Rayan 
Disorders of Thyroid Gland Dr. Satish Patil
Management of Thyroid Disorders Dr. Nanda Kumar,  Professor & HOD of Physiology  MNR Medical College,  Sangareddy 
Department of Community Medicine
12 14.08.2013 (Wednesday) Descriptive Statistics Dr. Varun Malhotra
Tests of Significance Dr. K. Nagaraj
Data presentation techniques Mr. S. Ramesh
Selection of study subjects & determination of  sample size in Medical Research Dr. Sree Kumaran Nair, Prof. & HOD of Biostatistics  Manipal 
Department of Anaesthesiology
11 10.07.2013 (Wednesday) Anaesthetic management of a pregnant  patient for non-obstetric surgery Dr. M. Sujay
P.I.H and anaesthesiologists role Dr. Madhavi U. Santpur  
Labour Analgesia - What is new Dr. Sunil Pandya, Director Prerana  Anaesthesia & Critical Care Services  HOD Anaesthesia & Critical Care,  Fernandez Hospitals, Hyderabad 
Role of Anaesthesiologist in high risk obstetrics
Department of Pharmacology
10 10.06.2013 Newer - Antiplatelet drugs Dr. P. Karuna Sree
Drugs acting on cytoskeleton Dr. Mabu Shareef
Problem of Antibiotic Resistance and  Rational use of Antibiotics Dr. Naser. A. Tadvi
Drug therapy of HIV -Associated Secondary  infections Dr. Y. Venkat Rao
Department of Emergency Medicine
9 08.05.2013 Dealing with hemorrhage after accident Dr. C. Raghuram
To Drain or not to Drain in chest injuries Dr. G. Sarath Babu
Imaging in Neuro emergencies Dr. K. Vamshi Krishna
Emergency Medicine; past, present and future Dr. Bedin Dshilva, Prof. & HOD of Emergency  Medicine,  Care Hospital, Punjagutta, Hyderabad 
Department of Transfusion Medicine
8 10.04.2013 Blood components in clinical practice Dr. T. Ramamurti, Prof. & HOD Pathology,  KAMS & RC & Director of Laboratory Services,  KHL, L.B. Nagar, Hyderabad
Demonstration of blood components  presentation at Blood Bank KIMS” Supervised Dr. S. Venkat
R.B.C Antibody Screening Dr. Sita Lakshmi, Prof. & HOD of Clinical Pathology,  St. John’s Medical College, Bangalore 
Transfusion Trigger
Department of Biochemistry
7 09.01.2013 Body fluids analysis - I (CSF, Pleural, Peritoneal,  Pericardial, Synovial fluids) Dr. Rajyalakshmi 
Body fluid analysis - II (Urine analysis Dr. Ch. Bindu Pavani
Establishment and use of  reference values and critical  Values Dr. G. Chinnapu Reddy 
Point of Care testing (POCT) Dr. Khaja Mohinuddin Salar B M 
Evidence based laboratory medicine:  Clinicians and Biochemists - Bridging the gap Dr. Asha Kiran, Professor of Biochemistry,  Sri Devaraj Urs Medical College, Tamaka, Kolar
Department of Transfusion Medicine
6 12.12.2012 (Wednesday) History of Blood Transfusion Dr. M.D. Sikinder Hayath 
Definition & Rational use of Blood Transfusion Dr. S. Venkat 
Basics of Pre-transfusion Testing Dr. S. Mahantappa 
Transfusion Reactions Dr. A. Surekha Devi, Consultant & Head of  Transfusion Medicine, Global Hospital, Hyderabad 
Transfusion Transmitted Infections” - by  Dr. R.K. Choudhary, Prof. & HOD of  Transfusion Medicine, SGPGIMS, Lucknow 
Component Therapy in clinical practice
Department of Microbiology
5 10.10.2012 (Wednesday) Tuberculosis - Present Scenario Dr. Rajendra B. Surpam 
Tuberculosis - Immunopathogenesis Dr. P. Lakshmi Vasantha
Current Issues on MDR TB Dr. Vishnu, Ex- Director,  Intermediate Referral Laboratory,  Training and Research Centre, Hyderabad.
Department of Anatomy
4 12.09.2012 (Wednesday) Anatomy of Rectum & Anal canal Dr. Ashish K. Umaji,
Demonstration of Rectum and Anal canal Mr. Krishna Chaitanya, and Mrs. H.R. Sharada, 
Anorectal disorders & its surgical aspects Dr. G. Suryanarayana Raju, Professor & HOD of Surgical Oncology,  NIMS, Punjagutta, Hyderabad
Department of Radiodiagnosis
3 08.08.2012 (Wednesday) Introduction to Practical aspect of  Interventional  Radiology Dr. (Col) Kamal Pathak,                 Sr. Advisor (Radiology), Military Hospital – CTC, Pune  
Imaging of Skull base lesions Dr. Vijay Pande 
Imaging of Neck Masses Dr. Vijay Kumar
Neuro Interventions Dr. (Col) Kamal Pathak,                 Sr. Advisor (Radiology), Military Hospital – CTC, Pune  
Department of ENT
2 11.07.2012 (Wednesday) Demonstration of Laryngeal Anatomy  
1. Evaluation of Larynx  2. Benign Diseases of Larynx Dr. Sanjay Kumar
Carcinoma of Larynx, total Larynegectomy  & Speech Rehabilitation Dr. (Brig.) P.S. Sukthankar
Radiotherapy & Chemotherapy for  Head & Neck Dr. Amrith Lal
Cochlear Implantation Dr. (Col) Girish, Professor of ENT, AFMC, Pune   
Department of General Surgery 
1 13.06.2012 (Wednesday) Differentiated Thyroid Carcinoma Dr. S.R.K. Prakash Rao 
Role of Colostomy in Paediatric Surgery Dr. Nripendra Nath Samanta
Pancreatico-Duodenal injuries Dr. Rajendra Desai 
Management of Pain in Pancreatitis Dr. P.V. Sai Satyanarayana
Management of Chronic Pancreatitis Dr. N. Bheerappa   Professor & HOD of Surgical Gastroenterology,  NIMS, Hyderabad

 

Zonal CME Programme:

 

S. No Date Topic Speaker / Guest Speaker * Download / View
Department Of Physiology
46 23.08.2015
(Sunday)

Surgical Anatomy & Biomechanic of Hip

Dr. Sugnaneswar

Indications & Contraindications; Templating & Surgical approaches

Dr. Y. Srinivas

Cemented Total Hip Replacement

Dr. B.V. Ramana

Uncemented Total Hip Replacement

Dr. K. Chandra Sekhar

Complication of THR

Dr. M. Sreedhar

Revision Total Hip Replacement

Dr. (Col) M.E. Luther

2 Long Cases, 3 Short cases

All faculty members
Department Of Physiology
45 25.07.2015 (Saturday)
Ion channels & potentials Dr. Joya Raai, Prof. of Physiology, Gandhi Medical College
SeScunderabad
Origin and spread of cardiac impulse Dr. A. Vijaya Lakshmi
Normal ECG J.M. Desai, Prof. & Head of Physiology, Mamatha Medical College, Khammam
Abnormal ECG Dr. P.V. Sai Satyanarayana, Prof. & Head, Emergency Medicine
Demonstration of ECG recording
including Vector Analysis
Dr. Santhosh & Dr. Somani
Quiz Dr.Sunil Kumar Rayan & Dr. Bharati A Sherke
Department Of Pathology
44 22.07.2015
(Wednesday)
Normal Anatomy and Pilosebaceous Lesions of the Skin Dr. T. Sheshagiri Rao
Sweat gland Tumors Dr. B. Murali Krishna
Epidermal Tumors of the skin Dr. V. Vijaya Sree
Melanocytic lesions Dr. G.V.R.N. Krishna Kanth
Seminar “(Non Neoplastic lesions of the skin)” Dr. B. Pavani, Consultant Pathologist, Ozone Hospital, HYD
Slide Test Dr. V. Satyanarayana
Department Of Anatomy
43 29.03.2015
(Sunday)
Anatomy of Inguinal Canal Dr. Ashish Kamdi
Defence Mechanisms and Types of Inguinal Hernias Dr. N. Himabindu, Professor of Anatomy, BMC, Hyderabad
Operative Procedures in Inguinal Hernias Dr. P. Ramalingam
Laparoscopic Management of Inguinal Hernias Dr. P. Krishna Murthy
Inguinal Hernias in Children Dr. N. N. Samanta
Cadaveric Demonstration of Inguinal Canal Dr. Gayatri N
Mr. K. Krishna Chaitanya
Department Of ENT
42 22.02.2015
(Sunday)
Cadaver demo - septorhinoplasty Dr. K. Narsimloo
Paediatric Airway
Dr. Ranga Reddy Sirigiri, MS ENT, MD (USA), Fellowship in Paediatric ENT (USA), Medical Director, Ozone Hospital
‘Depressive Disorders’ - An Overview
Adult Airway

Dr. (Brig) P.S. Sukthankar
Quiz Dr. M. Deepthi
Early Detection and Intervention for Hearing impaired children Dr. M.V.V. Reddy, MS ENT, PhD, Professor & HOD of ENT, KAMS & RC, L.B. Nagar, Hyderabad
Implantable Hearing Aids Dr. Kabir, MS ENT, Asst. Professor, GMC, Secunderabad
Department Of Psychiatry
40 22.02.2015
(Sunday)
‘BPAD’ - An overview Dr. N. Srikrishna, Assoc. Prof. of Psychiatry, GSL Medical College, Rajahmundry
‘Sexual Disorders’ - An overview
Dr. P. Sai Krishna, Asst. Professor of Psychiatry, PIMS, Karimnagar
‘Depressive Disorders’ - An Overview

Dr. P. Rama Krishna, Prof. & HOD of Psychiatry, DCMS, Hyderabad
Department of DVL
39 22.02.2015
(Sunday)
Differential Diagnosis Oral Ulcer &
Management
Dr. Gurminder Singh B
Oculo-Cutaneous Manifestation
Dr. Masthan Saheb, Prof. of DVL, SMC, Nandyal, Kurnool
Approach to genital ulcer disease & Management Dr. Uday Kumar, Professor of DVL, GMC, Secunderabad
Spotters
Dr. M. Arun Kumar, Prof. & HOD &
Dr. Gurminder Singh B, Asst. Prof. of DVL
Department Of Pulmonary Medicine
38 22.02.2015
(Sunday)
FCCP Dr. Subhakar, Prof. of Pulmonary Medicine
Govt. General & Chest Hospital
E BUS
Dr. Vishwanath, Consultant, Continental Hospital, Hyderabad
Sleep Medicine - An overview Dr. Laxman Babu
Ventilator associated pneumonias
Dr. Mateenuddin Saleem
Department Of Anaesthesiology
37 22.02.2015
(Sunday
Nanotechnology in anaesthesia & critical care Dr. N. Gopal Reddy
Fluorosis Anaesthetic implication
Dr. Aruna Subash, Prof. & HOD of Anaesthesiology, MIMS, Ghanpur
Emerging pharmacological & Non pharmacological aspects in pain management Dr. Muralidhar Joshi, Director, Pain Management Center, Kamineni Hospital, King Koti, Hyderabad
Interactive session - Case discussion thyroid and Anaesthesia Dr. (Col) V.M. Venugopalan, Prof. of Anaesthesiology
Dr. Vadiraj, Asst. Prof. of Anaesthesiology
Department Of Microbiology
36 25.01.2015
(Sunday)
Recent advances and Immuno prophylaxis on rabie Dr. K. Amarender Reddy, Director, IPM, Hyderabad
Maintenance, Handling of laboratory animals & use of lab animal models in Microbiology
Dr. P. Suresh, Scientist “F”, Head NCLAS, NIN, Hyderabad
Zoonotic Diseases Dr. P. Lakshmi Vasantha
Demonstration of handling of animals and inoculation methods Dr. Thakur Dinesh Kumar Singh

 

Kamineni Institute of Medical Sciences

Narketpally – 508 254

List of CME Programmes / workshops

 


List of PG Seminars :


Date Topic Chairperson
25.04.2018 Approach to Management of Common Headache
ENT Perspective on Headache
Headache in Ophthalmology
Headache “ JANUS FACE “ of Psychosomatic Medicine
Dr. (Brig)P.S. Sukthankar,
Professor of ENT
28.03.2018 Physiology of Temperature Regulation and Temperature Monitoring
P U O
Laboratory Investigations in PUO Case.
Dr. RakeshBiswas,
Professor of General Medicine
21.02.2018 Surgical management of thyroid neoplasms.
Decision making in subclinical thyroid disorders
Pathological aspects of Thyroid neoplasms
Dr. Laxmana Murthy,
 Prof & HOD of General Surgery
24.01.2018 BLS
ACLS
Preventable causes of cardiac arrest
Coronary syndromes  
ATLS
Dr. N. Gopal Reddy, Prof. of Anaesthesia
27.12.2017 Non Cutaneous Manifestations of S.L.E. & Management
Pathological Aspects of S.L.E
Cutaneous Manifestations of S.L.E. & Management
Dr. (Col) Ashok Rao Matety, Prof.of DVL
22.11.2017 Patient Safety Introduction
Surgical Safety
Transfusion Reactions
Medication Errors
Dr. P. Souri Reddy, Assoc. Prof. of Hospital Administration
25.10.2017 Seizure mimics in infants of children
Evalution of a case of seizure disorder and management of status epilepticus
Pharmacological aspects of newer antiepileptic drugs
Dr. SURESH THOMAS  Prof & HOD of PEADIATRICS
27.09.2017 Prevention of Carcinoma Cervix
Pathogenesis, Precancerous lesions and histopathological spectrum of cancer cervix
Staging & Management of Cancer Cervix
Dr. N. Madhavi Prof & HOD of OBG  
28.06.2017 Surgical Anatomy of breast including lymphatic & venous drainage & Development of breast
Histology of normal breast and Histopathology of carcinoma  of the breast
Role of Radiology in the management of carcinoma of the breast.
Management of Carcinoma of the breast.
Dr. U .L. Laxmi Narasamma Prof of General Surgery  
24.05.2017 Coronary Circulation in I.H.D .Patients
Clinical features, Investigation &  treatment of  I.H.D
Pharmacotherapy  of I. H. D
Dr. Y.S. Kanni Prof & HOD of General Medicine
26.04.2017 Physiology of Blood Glucose Homeostasis
Clinical features, Investigation &
Management  of M.O.D.Y
Perspectives Psychiatry in Diabetes in Young
Preventive aspects of Diabetes mellitus in Young
Dr. N. Sudarshan   Prof of General Medicine
22.03.2017 Anatomy of bladder Urethra and their relation with pelvic floor
Physiology of Micturition the role of
Intrinsic urethral sphincter
Clinical aspects of Stress Urinary
incontinence
Urodynamics  and surgical Management
Dr. N Madhavi, Professor  & HOD of Obst & Gynaecology
22-02-2017 Medical Management of Acute Pancreatitis
Biochemical Investigation of Acute Pancreatitis
Radiological Features of Acute pancreatitis
Surgical  Management of Acute Pancreatitis
Dr. U.L .Laxshmi  Narsamma Professor of General Surgery
25.01.2017 Etiology and Types of Rickets
Clinical Features and Investigations of Rickets
Radiological Features of Rickets
Treatment
Dr. Suresh R J Thomas, Professor of Paediatrics
28.12.2016 Pharmacotherapy of COPD
Complications of COPD
Pathology, Pathophysiology, Clinical Features and Diagnosis of COPD
Dr. Kalagani Yugaveer, Asst. Professor of Pulmonary Medicine
23.11.2016 Clinical features and management of protein energy malnutrition
Biochemical markers of under nutrition
Prevention of child malnutrition
Dr. K. Nagaraj, Prof. & HOD of Community Medicine
26.10.2016 Basics of Renal Function
Pathogenesis of Acute Renal Failure
Acute Renal Failure in Tropical Countries
Dr. B. Sri Ramulu, Assoc. Professor of Nephrology
28.09.2016 Chelation therapy in thalassemia
Pathophysiology & Morphological features in thalassemia
Biochemical Investigations for thalassemia
Transfusion support in thalassemia patient
Dr. M. Dasaradha Rami Reddy, Prof. & HOD of Paediatrics
24.08.2016 Ventilator Associated Pnuemonia
Microbiological Surveillance
Administrative Challenges in Nosocomial Infections
Dr. P. Souri Reddy, General Manager (Hospital Administration)
27.07.2016 Anatomy of Eye Ball
Pseudo Exfoliative Glaucoma
Pharmacotherapy of Glaucoma
Dr. P. Sudhir Babu, Professor & HOD of Ophthalmology  
22.06.2016 Clinical Feature of Cyanide Poisoning
Management of Cyanide Poisoning
Pharmacological Basis of Treatment of Cyanide Poisoning
Dr. Y. Venkata Rao, Professor & HOD of Pharmacology  
25.05.2016 Clinical Feature and Management of Leprosy
Laboratory Diagnosis of Leprosy
Epidemiology and Control Programs in Leprosy
Dr.  M. Arun Kumar, Professor & HOD of DVL 
27.04.2016 Clinical Presentation and Management of Breast Lumps 
Diagnostic Imaging of Breast Lumps
Cysto Histo Morphological Spectrum of Breast Lumps
Dr.  K. Suresh Kumar, Assistant Professor of General Surgery 
23.03.2016 Physiology of hearing 
Investigations, Treatment
Preventive aspects
Dr.  K. Narsimloo, Professor & HOD of ENT 
24.02.2016 Osteo-pathogenesis & Clinical Features of Osteoporosis
Radiological Features Assessment of Osteoporosis
Management of Osteoporosis
Dr.  Y. Srinivas, Assoc. Professor of Orthopaedics 
27.01.2016 Anatomy of intestine and its blood supply
Radiology in intestinal obstruction
Acute intestinal obstruction
Dr.  (Brig) P. Krishna Murthy, Professor of General Surgery 
23.12.2015 Onsite Triage
A.T.L.S
Resuscitation Airway Management
Chest Trauma: Role of Imageologist
Dr.  P.V. Sai Satyanarayana, Professor & HOD of Emergency Medicine  
25.11.2015 Approach and Management of Bleeding disorders
Laboratory approach for Bleeding disorders
Protocol of Transfusion support in Bleeding disorders
Dr.  Sikinder Hayath, Professor & HOD of Transfusion Medicine 
28.10.2015 Alcoholism from Psychiatry perspective Treatment of alcohol related problems-medical perspective
Alcoholism - A community aspects & Social perspective
Dr.  M. Dattatrey, Professor & HOD of Psychiatry          
23.09.2015 Allergic Rhino Sinusitis & Nasal Polyposis
Pharmacotherapy of Allergic Sinusitis    
Dr.  K. Narsimloo, Professor & HOD of ENT         
26.08.2015  Diagnosis and Management of Cataract
Administrative challenges in conducting Cataract surgeries
National Blindness Control Programme (NPCB)
Dr. J. N. Rao, Professor of Hospital Administration        
S. No Date Topic Chairperson
Cholithiasis with Cholidocholithiasis
31 22.07.2015
  • Anatomy of Biliary Apparatus
    Etiopathogenesis of Cholithiasis with Cholidocholithiasis
    Management of Cholithiasis with Cholidocholithiasis

Dr. (Brig.) P. Krishna Murthy, Professor of General Surgery

PPH
30 24.06.2015
  • HELLP Syndrome
  • Massive Transfusion in PPH - Protocol & Complications
  • DIC

Dr. N. Madhavi, Professor of Obst & Gynaecology

Leukemia
29 27.05.2015
  • Lab diagnosis of Leukemias
  • Management of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemias
  • Clinical features & Management of Chronic Myeloid Leukemias

Dr. M. Dasaradha Rami Reddy, Professor & HOD of Paediatrics

Knee Joint Replacement
28 22.04.2015
  • Clinical and operative approach for Total Knee Replacement
  • Radiological Investigation for knee replacement
  • Infrastructure support and management issue in TKR

Dr. P. Souri Reddy, GM, Hospital Administration

Tuberculosis
27 25.03.2015
  • MDRTB & EDRTD
  • Mechanism of action and adverse effects of Anti TB drugs
  • RNTCP

Dr. K. Nagaraj, Professor & HOD of Community Medicine

Acute Abdomen
26 28.01.2015
  • Acute intestinal obstruction, etiology and emergency management
  • Non-surgical medical causes of Acute abdomen in children
  • Acute Intestinal obstruction surgical management

Dr. Srinivas Behara, Professor of General Surgery

Hearing
25 28.01.2015
  • Physiology of hearing
  • Meniere’s disease & management
    Drug induced ototoxicity

Dr. N. Sudarshan, Professor of General Medicine

 

Kamineni Institute of Medical Sciences

Narketpally – 508 254

List of CME Programmes / workshops

 


List of Integrated Teaching :


S. No Date Topic Chairperson
List Of Integrated / Case Based Teaching
  20.12.2017 Case history: A Female aged 44 years presented with chief complaints of
  • Joints pains since 5 years
  • Photoaggrevated skin lesions – 1 year
  • Pain & Discoloration of fingers on exposure to cold – 1 month
  • Oral ulcers – 10 days
General Examination:- Palor & icterus present
Cutaneous Examinations:- Diffuse & Hyperpigmented & erythematous plaques with scaling on photo exposed areas along with alopecia on scalp.
-  Multiple erosive lesions in oral mucosa
Systemic Examination:-
- Hepato splenomegaly present
- Pleural & pericardial rub present
Investigations:-
- Pancytopenia with raised ESR
- Hematuria with proteinuria
- Raised serum bilirubin & Hepatic enzymes
- Raised serum creatinine
- ANA Titre & Anti ds DNA Positive
Dr. (Col) Ashok to Matety Professor DVL
  15.11.2017 Case history:
Case based discussion will be held depending on suitable cases selected by the panel members.
Dr. M. V. Rao, Prof. & HOD of Hospital Administration  
  18.10.2017 Case history:
22yr old female, G2P1L1 with 31weeks 4days of pregnancy admitted in the department of Obg-Gynaec and referred to the dept. of General Medicine in view of  seizures [?GTCS] on 22/9/2017  at 8.30PM. The patient was evaluated by duty Senior Resident and consultant in General Medicine Unit 5.
  • Department of Medicine will present the entire case summary followed by a question and answer discussion session and here in this we share in advance the questions below for each individual department to prepare and discuss on the 18th October 2017 at 2:00 PM
Questions:
  • What are the harmful effects of maternal use of antileptic drugs on the fetus/newborn (Pediatrics) and what are the drugs to avoid or use in terms of their pregnancy category (Pharma, Gynae, Medicine) 
  • What problems are seen in the baby delivered at 31 weeks (Pediatrics)
  • What is the role of EEG in the diagnosis of such cases (Neuropsychiatry) 
  • What are the common conditions mimicking seizures in children and adults (Pediatrics, Neuropsychiatry) 
  • What is the possible diagnosis in this case? (Medicine, Neuropsychiatry) 
  • How do we approach such cases? (Medicine, Neuropsychiatry)
  • How to choose the optimal antiepileptic drug for this pregnant lady? (Medicine, Clinical Pharmacology, Clinical Epidemiology)
  • What are the safety (side effect of newer antiepileptics) and drug interaction considerations in pregnancy at 31 weeks as in this case vs first trimester (Clinical Pharmacology) 
  • What are the efficacy studies available for commonly used antiepileptics to enable us to make an evidence informed decision in initiation of therapy (Clinical Epidemiology)
 
Dr. Rakesh Biswas, Prof. of General Medicine  
  20.09.2017 Case history:
A FEMALE AGED 45 YEARS POSTMENOPAUSAL P4 L2 D2 HAD COME WITH COMPLAINT OF
    • Excessive bleeding PV since 2 days
    • Hematuria since 2 Months
    • Intermittent bleeding P/V on & off since 1 year
    • Post cioital bleeding since 1 year
    • Fowl smelling vaginal discharge since 2 years
    • Loss of appetite 2 years
On examination                   Pt. is cachexic Pallor ++.
Per Speculum
                Cervix flushed with vagina
Bleeding PV ++
Irregular friable growth occupying entire vagina, bleeds on touch.
Per Rectum
Hard mass occupying vagina with restricted mobility.
Uterus size could not be assessed, both parametria fixed.
Investigations
USG – e/o 6.8X4.6X5cm hypoecoic solid lesion noted occupying cervix, Upper 1/3rd vagina, lower 1/3rd uterus.
Lesion is indenting bladder anteriorly near left uretric orifice – Left moderate hydrouretero nephrosis
MRI – 5.8X4.9cm mass lesion in cervix.
e/o extension into posterior wall of urinary bladder on left side, upper 2/3rd of vagina, distal ureter on left side with proximal hydroureter, anterior rectal wall.
  • Carcinoma Cervix IV A
Dr. Sunita Mishra, Prof of OBG  
  19.07.2017 Case history:
A MALE AGED FIFTY FIVE YEARS HAD COME WITH COMPLAINT OF
  • Cough with expectoration of 1 year duration
  • Fever on & off since 1 year
  • Loss of Appetite & weight – 8 Months
  • Breathlessness on exertion – 4 Months
  • H/O Hemoptysis twice two months before
  • Patient was on Anti TB treatment for 1 year but sputum remains +ve at end of 6 months
On examination                   Flattening, Drooping, Wasting on Right Hemothorax.
On Percussion
                Impaired note in Infraclavicular mammary and Infra axillary areas (Right side)
Ausultation
Bronchial breathing right infraclavicular area (Cavernous), Crepitations all over chest; W.P. +ve
Investigations
Sputum examination (Two consecutive smears i.e. spot & overnight collection) + + +
Sputum for CB NAT examination confirmed MDRT.
Resistant to Rifampicin and I.N.H.
HIV – Non Reactive
                 
MDR Tuberculosis.
Dr. K. Nagaraj, Prof & HOD of Community Medicine  
  21.06.2017 Case history:

A Female patient aged about 30 years came to surgical OPD with complaint of painless lump in Rt breast with 10 years of duration diagnosed as Fibroadenoma Rt breast by FNAC. On examination                   Well built, moderately nourished, anaemic.
Local ex: A hard lump of 6X8cm in upper outer quadrant of Rt breast. Lump fixed to breast tissue with retraction of nipple. Hard swelling of 2X2cm present in the Rt axilla.
Dr. U .L. Laxmi Narasamma Prof of General Surgery  
  17.05.2017 Case history:

A Fifty five years male came to the Medical out patient with the H/O chest pain lasting for 3 minutes, which was relieved on taking rest. Chest pain was not associated with nausea & vomiting, was  associated with sweating and relieved by taking some tablets. On examination                   Pulse: 86/min,                   BP: 130/80
Chest: Clear,
Heart: Both sounds heard no murmur, 
CNS –NAD,
Abd: Soft, non-tender, spots found
Diag: Stable Angina: Angina pectoris (IHD)
Dr.  N. Sudershan   Prof of General Medicine
  19.04.2017 Case history:

A Twenty five years male patient attended outpatient department with history of headache and occasional dizziness of one month duration. There is H/O diabetes in the family. The patient is average built, the patient does not have hypertension or CAD. On examination                   PR -72/min, BP -120/80, CHEST-Cl.clear.
Heart –S1, S2, S3, heard no Murmurs.
CNS –NO Cl. Abnor detitacted   Lab Investigation                  FBS -140 mg/dl, PLBS -200mg/dl, HBA1C-7.5, Micro albuminuria, ISLET CELL ante bodies (GAD/A2A) Loss of function mutation in HNF 49 gene. Δ MODY –Conformed
Dr.  N. Sudershan   Prof of General Medicine
  15.03.2017 Case history:

A Fifty years old lady postmenopausal P4 L4 came with the C/o of involuntary        passage of urine on coughing or straining since 4 months..                 PR -84/min, BP -130/80, CVS & RS –NAD, Temp (N) Per Abdomen: soft no organomegaly
Local Examination
External Genitalia –Genital hair sparse
Labia major & Minora atrophic
Urethra –Normal
Cough stress Test -Postive Per Speculum Examination –Cervix flushed with vault, vaginal mucosa dry and atrophic,                                        no cystocele Per Vaginal Examination – Uterus atrophic, mobile, fornices free, non-tender  Investigations : CBP –Hb  11.2gm/dl TC 5000cumm DC –N60 L30 E4 M2, Peripheral smear.                            Normocytic Normochromic                                 CUE  -Normal
RBS -130g/dl
USG –Normal study with atrophic uterus and ovaries visualized, PVR -20ml
Dr. P.V.L.N. Murthy Prof &HOD Department of Urology
  15.02.2017 Case history:

A Fifty years old lady presented with pain in upper abdomen of six hours duration,   
H/o vomiting twice, no H/o fever, bowel and bladder habits regular.                         O/E: General Condition fair
Pulse -90/min, Temp -99F, Resp.Rate -24/min
B - 130/90mmHg. Per abdomen: Mild distention present. Tenderness in  epigastrium  and umbilical region.   
                         NO rigidity or rebound tenderness.  No Hepatosplenomegaly. Bowel sounds   
Absent. Investigations: HB-14.3gm%, TLC-16500/cu mm, P-81, L-12,E-1,M-06
LFT: T. Bilirubin -0.3mg/dl, ALP-121, S.amylase-492 U/L, S.Lipase-           
120U/L
B.Urea-33.1mg/dl,S.creat-1.53mg/dl Serum electrolyte: Na+ -130mmol/L, K+-2.5mmol/L, Cl- - 91mmol/L
Serum Ca.+-17.1mg/dl, RBS-150mg/dl
Dr.(Brig) P. Krishna Murthy,Professor ofSurgery
  18.01.2017 Case history:

A four year old child was brought by the parents to the Orthopaedics Department with the deformity of legs and waddling gait. The deformity has been gradually increasing since one year. The child has a history of fractures to his limbs twice with insignificant trauma.                 O/E: Multiple swellings are noticed on his chest and limbs.                 Bilateral Genu varum is seen.                 While investigating the patient, the child is found to be anaemic. His serum calcium is normal while phosphorous is low. Alkaline phosphatase level is elevated.
Dr. Y. Bhanu Rekha, Associate Professor of Orthopaedics                     
  21.12.2016 Case history:
  • A 60 Years old male presented with c/o cough with expectoration for 2 years.
  • Cough with mucoid expectoration copious in amount, non foul smelling.
  • Dyspnea on excertion grade 2 (MMRC).
  • H/o snoring/Excessive day time sleeping present.
  • H/o smoking for 40 years. 20 cigarettes / day smoking index – 800
Clinical Examination:
  • GPE: Pulse - 110bpm, BP-110/70mm of Hg, BMI - 40 kg / m2, RR-22 cycle / min abdomino thoracic, Spo2-85% on room air.
  • B/L pitting pedal edema present.
  • Neck circumference  - 19 inches.
  • Waist circumference - 110 cm.
  • Respiratory system- Upper respiratory tract- Normal.
  • Shape of the chest – normal, Trachea – Central, Apical impulse – Lt 5th ICS 2cm Lateral to MCL.
  • B/L Biphasic Polyphonic wheeze present.
  • Bilateral Coarse crackles present.
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  • CVS - Left parasternal heave present, epigastric pulsations present, palpable p2 present.
 
  • Narrowing of S2 with loud (accentuated) P2, Pansystolic murmur in Tricuspid and delayed diastolic murmur in pulmonary area.
Dr. Kalagani Yugaveer, Asst. Professor of Pulmonary Medicine                     
  16.11.2016 Case history:
  • 4 year old boy.
  • Brought to the hospital with c/o loose motions since 2 day. Loose motions are three per day, watery and no h/o passing  blood and mucous in stool
  • No history of fever, vomitings, or passing less urine
  • Nutritional history: child was exclusively breast fed upto 6 months of age and weaning was started at 6 months. Presently the Child has a cup of milk with chapatti in the morning, cup of rice and veg curry in the afternoon, 2 biscuits in the evening and a cup of rice with veg. curry and curd at night time.
  • Immunization history: child received all vaccination as per the UIP
  • Development milestones are normal
Clinical examination:
  • Irritable,
  • Pallor,
  • Muscle wasting,
  • No icterus, No lymphadenopathy, No oedema
  • No signs of dehydration
  • Anthropometry: Weight 12kgs, Ht. 96cms Mid Arm Circumference 12.5cms, Head circumference: 50.1cms
  • GIT, CVS, Respiratory & CNS examination - Normal
Dr. Suresh R J Thomas, Professor of Paediatrics                     
  19.10.2016 ACUTE RENAL FAILURE IN PREGNANCY Dr. Y.S. Kanni, Prof. & HOD of General Medicine
  21.09.2016 Case history:
  • 4 year old girl brought to the hospital with the H/o progressive pallor since the age of 10 months of age.
  • H/o easy fatigability.
  • H/o recurrent blood transfusions. So far child has received 5 blood transfusions
On clinical examination:
  •  Child is pale, no icterus
  •  No lymphadenopathy, no petichiae, no purpura, echymosis
  •  Face: frontal bossing, depressed bridge of the nose, malar prominence
  •  Weight: 9 kg, Height: 85cms
  •  Liver palpable 2 cm below costal margin, smooth surface, spleen palpable 2cm, firm.
  •  Lungs clinically clear
  •  CVS: S1S2 normal, no murmur
  •  CNS: Normal
Dr. Suresh R J Thomas, Professor of Paediatrics                     
  17.08.2016 Case history:

1. 76 yr old patient admitted in ICU on Mechanical Ventilation, on 4th day developed fever
hypotension and his chest X-ray showed left sided infiltrate. 2. 69 yr old patient admitted with IC fracture with a Foley’s catheter in place developed fever of
1010F after 2 days. Klebsiella Pneumoniae was isolated & identified as pathogen in urine culture
report. 3. 45 yr old male with RTA, with # Rt. Remur lower 1/3rd, # Rt. Tibia upper 1/3rd, was operated on
23.02.2016. Pus from surgical site was sent for culture, Reported on 12.03.2016                                  
(18th Post- Operative Day (POD) – Acinetobacter species was isolated.                 Above cases will be discussed during “Case based integrated discussion” on 17.08.2016 from 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM.
Dr. P. Souri Reddy, General Manager (Hospital Administration)
  20.07.2016 Case history:
A 50 year old female presented to Ophthalmology OPD with defective vision BE since past 2 years insidious in onset and gradually progressive in nature associated with on and off nausea, pain, redness and headache. Past history:
H/o similar complaints in the past- 3 episodes
No h/o diabetes and hypertension Drug history:
H/o usage of unknown topical medication during episode prescribed by local doctor Family history:
No h/o similar complaints in the family Investigations:                 Intraocular pressure - RE 40 mm Hg
LE 32 mm Hg
Central corneal thickness RE 490 microns
LE 500 microns
Visual fields showing glaucomatous field defects
Gonioscopy – BE closed angles
Dr. P. Sudhir Babu, Professor & HOD of Ophthalmology          
  15.06.2016 Case history:
A 25 yr old married woman was said to have been found in an unconscious state by her husband who shifted her to a private hospital where she died while undergoing treatment- cause of death- cardio respiratory arrest.                 As it was a death of a married woman with in 7 yrs of married life. A case was registered by the police. Inquest was held over the dead body and subjected to Post mortem examination and viscera which was sent to Forensic Science laboratory and the report revealed the presence of CYANIDE.
Dr. M. Ravinder Reddy, Professor & HOD of Forensic Medicine         
  18.05.2016 Case history:
A 13 Year old male patient came to OPD with complaints of multiple red coloured, elevated lesions on face, buttocks and limbs, associated with itching, and numbness over the lesions since 4 years.
Dr. M. Arun Kumar, Professor & HOD of DVL        
  20.04.2016 Case history:
A female patient aged 57 years came with a complaint of lump in the Left Breast of                      6 months duration, pain in the lesion for the last on month.                 Clinical approach to this case and management will be discussed.
Dr. (Brig) P. Krishna Murthy, Professor of General Surgery        
  16.03.2016 Case history:
Female patient aged about 25 years, agriculture labourer came with the complaints of:
1. Purulent discharge from the both of the ears for the past 2 year.
2. Diminished hearing both the ears simultaneously.
3. Occasional Tinnitus both the ears.
4. History of Recurrent attacks of URI following which the problem got aggravated.
5. No history of Severe Headache, Vomitings, Loss of balance.
6. No signs of facial weakness or Paralysis.
7. No history of convulsions, loss of sensation.
8. No history of exposure to loud sounds like blast injures.
O/E:
Positive findings:
1. Central perforation both the tympanic membranes.
2. TFT Rinne negative both ears, Webers central, ABC normal.
Dr. K. Narsimloo, Professor & HOD of ENT        
  17.02.2016 Case history: A 60 year old woman presented with acute back ache since 2 days:                 She had dull aching pain in the back and in all the four limbs since one year. Similar acute episode occurred six months ago. It subsided with medication and bed rest.
At present, pain decreases with taking rest and is aggravated with sitting or standing.
No H/o Radiation
No H/o Parasthesia
No H/o Injury/ Fever
C/o Warmness all over the body and leg cramps since four years.
No significant co-morbid conditions.
Past History: She sustained colles # of (R) Wrist one year back. It was treated conservatively.
O/E: Severe tenderness is present at dorsolumbar junction.
Minimal tenderness and rounding of thoracic spine are palpable.
Mal- United (R) distal Radius is present
Dr. Y Bhanu Rekha, Assoc. Professor of Orthopaedics        
  20.01.2016 Case history: A 45 year old male came with complaints of :                 Pain abdomen since 2 days
Vomiting’s since 2 days
Distension of abdomen since 2 days                 Patient has h/o similar complaints on and off since past 10 years and took treatment at various places with temporary relief. He lost 10kg body weight in the past 2 months. Patient is occasional smoker. His father had similar complaints who was operated twice with no available details.
Dr. P. Ramalingam, Professor of General Surgery        
  16.12.2015 Case history:
A 34 year old male with no significant past medical or surgical history reports being stabbed in the right chest by a broken bottle and was pushed forcible on to the road side and he feel on his left side. Is brought to Emergency trauma unit. Patient admits to drinking several beers but denies any drug use. There was no loss of consciousness or head trauma sustained.
Past medical history and past surgical history is none. Drug history (Penicillin rash). Not on any medications for co-morbid conditions. Social: Work in construction, Livers with three friends and denies any chronic alcohol use. 
Family history is non-contributory.
Vital signs: (SBP 80 mmHg, DBP 64 mmHg, MAP 69 mmHg, HR 150 bpm, RR 28 bpm, Tem 35.4c 5th vital VAS 80.
Primary survey:
Airway: Speaking in short sentences, breathing fast and gasping for air.
Breathing: Moderate respiratory distress with saturation of 85% on room air (mild tracheal deviation to left)
Circulation: patient has cool extremities but capillary refill time is 3 seconds. There are distended neck veins and kussmaul sign is positive.
Secondary survey was done after critical action taken immediately.
Secondary Survey:
Young disheveled male, somnolent, arousable, oriented, appears intoxicated.
HEENT: Normal except injected conjunctiva, no injury or bruising noted, pupils equal, reactive.
Neck: Trachea is normal now midline, neck veins appear normal, no stridor noted, there is significant improvement in oxygen saturation (97% with increased FiO2 of 40%). Deep 6 cm lacerated wound present along the right anterior chest, near 4th to 5th rib space. No visible foreign body, no active blleding.
Heart: Pan systolic murmur over mitral area, radiating till axilla (left). Abdomen, rectal, Genitourinary, back, neuro, skin are normal clinically. 
Left Knee is swollen and pain full. Unable move his left leg and complaining of severe pain in the leg and foot. After manipulation of the site there is reduced pain in the leg and foot to some extent but not completely.
Specific investigations asked for from the time of admission: (EKG, Chest X-ray, E.Fast, Hematocrit + routine investigations), ABG analysis, Radiographs of left knee, leg & foot are taken.
Croos consultations taken are: Imageologist, Anaesthesiologist, General Surgery, Cardiothoracic Surgery, Orthopaedics.
There were significant changes in all investigations which were asked for (Hematocrit=30%).
What critical actions to be taken individually and as a team work by Specialities?
  • Emergency medicine and trauma
  • Anaesthesiologist
  • General Surgeon / cardiothoracic surgeon
  • Imageologist
  • Orthopaedic Surgeon
 
Dr. P.V. Sai Satyanarayana, Professor & HOD of Emergency Medicine                 
  18.11.2015 Case history:
23 years old electrician is admitted in emergency ward with history of swollen, tender, right knee after falling to the ground an hour ago, while working on a power line. The House surgeon aspirated the knee and obtained blood. The patient has a life long history of knee swelling that occasionally occurred spontaneously or with minor injuries. He also had as episode of prolonged bleeding after dental extraction. The patient had not been previously hospitalized or received blood transfusions. The patients maternal grandfather had similar bleeding problems. The patient was taking no medication at the time of accident.  Lab Investigations
BT                           -              2 mts
CT                           -              10 mts
PT                           -              10 sec
PTT                         -              57 sec
Platelets              -              4,00,000/-uL
  • What are the possible diagnoses in the patient.
  • What additional investigations are needed to pinpoint the diagnosis
Dr. Sikinder Hayath, Professor & HOD of Transfusion Medicine                
1 21.10.2015 A 35 years old male, married, working as an electrician came to psychiatry out -patient department with complaints of tremulousness of body since 2 days, he is a known alcoholic since 15 years, with an increased use since last 3 years. He used to consume around 360 ml of whisky daily ,off late started consuming up to 520 ml. Patient has severe craving for alcohol and difficulty in controlling alcohol use pattern, there is also evidence of tolerance and developed withdrawal symptoms on few occasions with relative abstinence of alcohol. Due to financial reasons, since last 2 days he stopped taking alcohol.
Past history
H/o admission into a de-addiction center 2 yrs back, but remained abstinent for a maximum period of 2 months only
H/o RTA twice due to reckless driving under intoxication, 4 yrs and 2 yrs back for which he was penalized, H/o of jaundice 2 yrs ago treated by medications, Not a known HTN/DM/TB/EPILEPSY.
Family history
Father died of liver problem due to alcohol use.
Personal history:
Mixed diet, bowel and bladder habits regular, sleep disturbed, sexual dysfunction since last few yrs
Pre morbid personality:
history suggestive of dissocial personality disorder
Mental status examination:
tremors +, icterus +, sweating +
General appearance and behaviour - walks into OPD accompanied by wife, agitated
Psycho motor activity- slightly increased
Speech - Normal
Mood - Normal
Thought - pre contemplation phase
Higher mental functions - no abnormality detected Investigations
Total bilirubin :2.5mg/dl                Direct bilirubin:0.9 mg/dl 
AST: 240 IU/L                                     ALT:  279 IU/L,
Alkaline phosphatase :102 IU/L                  Total proteins : 6.2 gm/dl     
Albumin: 3.2 gm/dl                          RBS :  170 mg/dl    
HIV :      -ve                                          HBsAg : Non-reactive
RFT :     WNL 

We discuss
  • Diagnosis
  • Legal aspects related to alcohol
  • Investigations relevant to alcohol use
  • Management of the case by pharmalogical & non pharmalogical methods
Dr. Dattatrey M, Professor & HOD of Psychiatry                 
  16.09.2015 Case history:
A 30 year old male from Nakrekal came to ENT - OPD of KIMS Hospital, with complaints of running nose on & off for last 3-4 years associated with sneezing. He is an agricultural labourer by occupation and not able to work in the field for long time. He is illiterate and belongs to low socio-economic status. He also complaints of associated watering of eyes and itching.
Past history: Wheeze and bronchial asthma present.
No h/o HTN, Not diabetic
Treatment History: Temporary relief with tablet and nasal spray.
Family h/o: Branchial asthma in the father present.
On examination; transverse pigmented crease present over dorsum of nose and lower lid edema is present.
On Anterior Rhinoscopy. B/L hypertrophy of inferior turbinate. Pale, Boggy swelling.
Otoscopy findings. B/L Retraction of tympanic membrane.
OroPharyngeal examination shows Cobblestone appearance of posterior pharyngeal wall.
IDL – Thickened false vocal cord.
Lab Tests: AEC - 550 cells/mm3
Serum: IgE Level 630 IU Units (Normal 150-300 IU/ml).
CT Scan Paranasal sinuses - Mucosal thicking in maxillary and ethmoid sinuses present.
X-Ray Chest: PA View Normal.
HBs Ag HIV I and II Non-reactive.
Blood sugar:  Normal.
Dr. K. Narsimloo, Professor & HOD of ENT                
  19.08.2015 Case history:
A 64yr old male from Damarcherla Village of Nalgonda district comes to OPD of KIMS Hospital, Narketpally one month ago with  complaints of diminution of vision in both eyes for the last one year (RE >LE). He is living with his wife and has no children. He was agricultural labourer by occupation and stopped working for the last 5 years. He is illiterate and belongs to low socio-economic status. Diminution of vision was
  • pain less
  • gradual
  • progressive and in both eyes
No h/o trauma, no h/o hypertension
Known diabetic since 7 years on treatment
Family history not significant
On examination visual acuity RE CF 1mts with pinhole no improvement   
Visual Acuity LE :CF-5mts with pinhole 6 / 60
Slit lamp examination:  Anterior segment normal
BE pupil normal reacting to light
Lens-RE-Nuclear and cortical cataract with posterior subcapsular   lenticular opacity. LE-Nuclear cataract
Iris shadow present
Fundus Examination: Media hazy due to lenticular opacity , disc and vessels normal
Macula normal
FBS   - 106mg/dl
PPBS   - 151mg/dl
IOP BE  -  16 mm hg
Sac syringing – Normal We discuss differential diagnosis, investigations, management of the case, social and cultural barriers for eye surgery, camp approach to eye care, administrative and legal issues, relevance for national programme in this case.
Dr. Sudhir Babu P, Professor & HOD Of Ophthalmology               
       
       
S. No Date Topic Chairperson
List Of Integrated / Case Based Teaching
7 5.07.2015
  • Clinical case:
    40 yrs old obese female patient
    Presented with pain abdomen (2 days), fever with chills (2 days) yellowish discoloration of eyes (2 days)
    Past H/O recurrent attacks of colicky abdominal pain for the last 6 months
    O/E temp – 380C, Icterus +,
    P.A: Rt. Upper quadrant Tenderness +,
    Murphy’s sign +ve,
  • Points for discussion: -
    What is the management? (Diagnosis and treatment)
    Case of jaundice in this case
    Complications of Ac. Cholecystitis
    Complications after cholecystectomy (Open / Lap)
    Causes of obstructive jaundice
Dr. P. Ramalingam, Professor of General Surgery
6 17.06.2015

Clinical case:

  1. .Un booked case – Primigravida with 34 weeks of GA perceiving good fetal movement
    C/o of sudden onset of pain abdomen and giddiness and presented with mild bleeding PV reported to labour room on 03.03.2015 at 9.45 PM. Her recent CBP report showed Hb 8.2% gms. Usg 30 weeks revealed twin gestation dichronic and diamniotic both placenta was fundal anterior grade II. Both the babies were in breech presentation.
  2. On examination: Vitals: 88/min BP 130/90 mm hg
    P/A examination: Uterine height more than POG. Over dustended abdomen and tense. P/V patient was found to be in early labour.
    Cervix soft mid position
    30% effaced
    2 cm dialated
    Date: 03-03-2015
    CBP report blood group O+ve
    HB 8.4% TC 150000 Platelet count 1.2 lakhs
    Usg – twin gestation with twin a breech presentation and twin B transverse lie
    Gestational Age 32 weeks 4 days
    Placenta both anterior upper segment Grade II fundal
    Getal weight twin A 1.1 kg Twin B 1.4 kg
    AFI 20-21 cm
Dr. P. Sudhir Babu, Professor of Obst & Gynaecology
5 20.05.2015
  • 2years old child admitted in the hospital with H/O fever, recurrent infections, bleeding nose, poor weight gain & maculopapular rash.
  • O/E-Pallor is present, Lymphadenopathy present, Moderate hepatomegaly, Marked Splenomegaly, Maculopapular rash present, skin nodules present, Ophthalmoscopic examination revealed optic disc changes, Tinytan colored spots on the Iris.
  • Lab findings : Hb (less than 8 mg%)
    TWBC count (> lakh/Cumm with precuesor cells) with Monocytosis
Dr. N. Sudarshan, Professor of General Medicine
4 15.04.2015

Clinical situation:

A train travelling from Chennai to Hyderabad meets with an accident, when the train is hit by an oncoming goods train on the same track. It is learnt that four (04) bogies of the passenger train have derailed and over turned.

The incident took place at about 6.00 PM approximately 50 kilometers from Narketpally.

The site of the accident is in accessible as there are no roads upto the accident site. The information of the accident is received in our hospital by 7.00 PM it has already become dark and there is no report on the number of people and injured.

We discuss the challenges of administration; Triage, casualty evaluation & role of radiology in such a clinical situation.

Dr. (Col) M.E. Luther, Professor & HOD of Orthopaedics
3 18.03.2015

Presenting complaints: Fever / Feverish feel 2 months Cough with expectoration 1 ½ month
Weakness/malaise unable to work 25 days Reddish blood in sputum thrice in the past two days
History:
Asymptomatic 3 months back when noticed loss of appetite then gradually started feeling weak and lost weight 3 kgs in 3 months

Fever: low grade in the evenings past two months occasionally associated with chills but no rigors Cough: developed 1 ½ month initially dry for a week then started getting whitish pale sticky and frothy mucoid expectoration Alarmed in the past 2 days as he found blood in sputum on cough

Past History: Nil significant as he led a healthy life except for some seasonal fever and malaise twice in past 5 yrs. Had ? typhoid at the age of 11.

Personal History: Married 2 children aged 3 and 1Studied upto 2nd standard in village school

Agricultural labourer since the age of 15. Was a smoker for brief period of 2 – 2 ½ yrs at age 18 – 20. Occasional alcoholic. Had few extra marital encounters with more than three different partners prior to marriage and when wife was away.

Examination: Average height and built Well nourished but appears pale, PR = 93, RR = 23, BP = 120/76, Temp = 99*F, SaO2 = 96%, No other significant finding, RESP SYST ::: URT – Normal

Lungs – Bil equal air entry in all the zones Medium to coarse crepts in the right Infra clavicular, Axillary & Rt upper inter scapular areas.

Investigations: Hb 11.2 gms%, TC & DC : WNL, LFT : Normal, Renal Func : Normal, Sputum AFB +ve, Retrovirus 1 & 2 : +ve, CXRay : Multiple infiltrates / Patchy consolidation and a 2.5 cm cavity in the RT UL

Dr. Mateenuddin Saleem, Professor of Pulmonary Medicine
2 18.02.2015

Chief complaints: Distension of abdomen since 3 days Vomiting Pain in epigastric region
History of parents illness: Patient was referred from medical ward as a case of acute abdomen who was apparently alright 2 months back to start with pain in epigastric region since 2 months which is aggravated by food intake, on and off relieved by vomiting which is sometimes bilious in nature. Patient also started experiencing marked distension of abdomen since 3 days.

Past History: He suffered from similar complaints and visited many hospitals since 10 years.

Personal History: Loss of weight 10 kgs during past 2-3 months, Occasional smoker – No H/O Bronchial asthma and TB / HTN / DM

Family History: His father had similar complaints who was operated twice but no details were available.

General Examination: Patient is conscious, coherent, co-operative, well oriented to time, place, person, Afebrile, dehydrated, emaciated and cachetic.
System Examination:

  • Per abdomen:
    • Tenderness over epigastric region
    • Abdomen grossly distended with visible left to right peristalsis
    • RTA – 1200 cc bile stained food
    • No palpable lump / no organomegaly / no free fluid
    • Virchow’s negative
    • Both testes are normal
  • Respiratory system: Air entry equal on-both sides, no added sounds
  • Cardiovascular system: s1 and s2 are normal. No added murmurs
    • Per rectal: NAD
    • Routine investigations: Normal
Dr. P. Ramalingam, Professor of General Surgery
1 21.01.2015
  • 60 years old female patient came with complaints of vertigo and tinnitus for the past one week which was gradual in onset.
  • H/o cerebrovascular accident 1 year age.
  • K/C/O Hypertension.
  • K/C/O Diabete & Hypothyroidism
  • K/C/O cervical spondylosis
  • No H/O ear discharge or head injury or surgeries on ear.

O/E:

    • Pallor +
    • Neck stiffness +
    • Cautions gait
    • Romberg test +
    • Cerebellar function test - Normal
      No manifest nystagmus

Audiometry

  • Puretone audiometry - moderate to severe SNHL
  • Impedance audiometry - Normal middle ear pressure

ENG - Sinessoidal wave form

ENG - Sinessoidal wave form
       

 

Kamineni Institute of Medical Sciences

Narketpally – 508 254

List of CME Programmes / workshops

 


Other Programmes :


Training In Basic Sciences And Research Methodology

The institution imports training in Basic Sciences and Research Methodology and Biostatistics as a short course for the newly joined PG students. PG students are also refreshed on various aspects of research methodology throughout the course to help them in their Dissertation Work.

Faculty members are also trained in Research Methodology and Biostatistics through workshops.

Training in Medical Education Technology:

The MEU in KIMS, Narketpally is undertaking the following functions.

Teacher's Training course extending to the faculty of KIMS, KIDS and PG students

Basic Life Support extending to the Internees, PGs, Faculty of KIMS, KIDS, KIMSCON and students of KIDS & KIMSCON.

Training In Basic Life Support

The Medical Education Unit also provides training in BLS to various categories of students.

 

No. of participants attended Basic Life Support.
2012-13

UG Students 

PGs

Internees

KIDS 

KIMSCON

USTPL Employees

Faculty Members

319

88 
106 
17
133 
13

16

692

2013-14

PGs

Internees

KIDS 

KIMSCON

USTPL Employees

52

106

129 
107

28

422

2014-15

ASHA Workers

Internees

KIMSCON

37

104

27

168

  Total 1282

NSS Unit

National service scheme unit of KIMS is functional since last seven years. A total if 150 MBBS students are actively working as NSS volunteers. Dr. Abhay Nirgude, Associate Professor Dept. of Community Medicine is the NSS programme officer

The motto of NSS is "Not Me But You" this express the essence of democratic living and upholding the need for selfless service for community

AIM: - Development of the personality of the students through community service

 

Objective

To work with/among people

To make learning community oriented.

 

Services given by NSS volunteers 2011-2012

  1. Nine general health cheek up camp
  2. Monthly one IEC activity on preventing health problems including HIV/AIDS
  3. School based health promotion programmes e.g. adolescent education programme, etc.
  4. World health day rally
  5. World AIDS day rally & World breast feeding week
  6. National community harmony week
  7. NSS 7 Day Special Camp

Red Ribbon Club:

Red Ribbon Club student volunteers under APIADSCON & NSS are actively working for prevention & control of HIV/AIDS. A total 50 RRC volunteers are trained by APAIDSCON.

Activities include creating awareness among youth regarding life skill education and prevention & control of HIV/AIDS. Also to increase stock of safe blood by promoting voluntary blood donation by students and volunteers

 

APAIDSCON

  1. KAMINENI INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES (KIMS) Narketpally, Nalgonda, district Andhra Pradesh, is one of the Andhra Pradesh consortium of 16 medical colleges that works towards strengthening of HIV/AIDS services in Nalgonda district. It is supported by APSACS &CDC ATLANTA U.S.A.
  2. APAIDSCON is guided by a steering committee which meets once a quarter. Prof &HOD community medicine is the steering committee member from KIMS.
  3. A core HIV management meets every month to guide the HIV / AIDS activities at KIMS.
  4. An integrated counseling and testing centre (ICTC) has been functioning at KIMS Hospital since 2006 to detect and counsel HIV positive patients.
  5. A 10 bedded community care centre (CCC) has been functioning since AUG2008 to provide care support and treatment to HIV /AIDS patients of Nalgonda district.
  6. HIV/ AIDS patients are being provided medical/surgical treatments and MCH care without any stigma or discrimination.
  7. KIMS is involved in HIV-TB co infection activities by participating in quarterly district coordination meetings on HIV-TB co infection chaired by District Collector Nalgonda.
  8. Faculty, PG s, Internees, Nurses and Housekeeping staff are being sensitized on HIV / AIDS at regular intervals by lecture –Demo, workshops and hands on clinical training under guidance of APAIDSCON.

Integrated Disease Survelliance Project (IDSP):

  1. Integrated Disease Surveillance Project is a decentralized state based surveillance system in the country .The project is intended to detect early warning signals of impending outbreaks and help initiate an effective response in a timely manner in urban and rural areas.
  2. Department of Community Medicine Kamineni Institute of Medical Sciences Narketpally is involved in surveillance activities of communicable diseases by collecting details of admissions of all infectious diseases as per Form "P" and the report is forwarded to district surveillance unit, Office of D.M.H.O, Nalgonda on every Monday as a part of primary public health activity of disease surveillance by medical college.
  3. Department of Pathology and Microbiology of KIMS are involved in laboratory diagnosis of infectious diseases by reporting as per Form "L" weekly to district surveillance unit Nalgonda along with Form " P " .
  4. District Rapid Response Team (RRT) has been constituted by Office of D.M.H.O Nalgonda where the faculty from Department of Community Medicine and Department of Microbiology have been included as members .
  5. In the event of out- break in Nalgonda district the RRT will move to the spot to investigate and suggest control measures.

National Health Programmes KIMS Narketpally

1 World health day celebration 2011(07-04-2011) Theme :-Antimicrobial Resistance

Quiz on WHO Day theme was organized by NSS volunteers.
Leaflets were distributed regarding prevention and control of Antimicrobial Resistance

A total of 75 NSS volunteers participated in the activity.
2 Health Education on Prevailing health problems including HIV/AIDS. (30-05-2011) 45 NSS volunteers along with NSS PO & Internees, doctors from Department of community Medicine participated in the door to door H.E. drive at Harijanawada of Panagal village. Health Education on Prevailing health problems including HIV/AIDS was given in small group to the people in the Govt. colony area.
3 Health Education on Prevailing health problems including HIV/AIDS.(28-06-11) 40 NSS volunteers along with NSS PO & Internees, doctors from Department of community Medicine participated in the door to door H.E. drive at B C Colony of Cherlapally village.
4 Orientation programme for MBBS first year students.
(07/07/2011)
Orientation regarding NSS was given by organizing lecture with help of A-V aids to 150 first MBBS students on 07-07-11 from 8am to 10am.
5 General & School Health Check-up.
Adolescent Education Programme at Prerana Concept School, Kanakdurga Colony, Nalgonda. (16-07-2011)
32 NSS volunteers along with NSS PO & Internees, doctors from Department of community Medicine participated in the general health check-up programme. A total of 110 adults from the colony and 280 students of the school were examined and necessary medicines given free of cost.

Adolescence Education programme was conducted at Prerana concept school .A total of 49 boys & 56 girls were given health education on Growing up, Physiology of menstruation, Nutrition, Life Skills & HIV/AIDS prevention & Control by Participatory learning methods.
6 Observation of World Breast Feeding Week 2011 at Pallavi Anganwadi center, Harijanawada, Nalgonda.
(04-08-2011)
25 NSS volunteers along with NSS PO, Prof & Head department of SPM (Dr K. Nagaraj), Postgraduates, Interns & Staff from Department of community Medicine participated in the World Breast feeding week activity. The activity includes
Health Education on importance of Breast feeding to Antenatal and postnatal mothers.

Distribution of Fruits to the mothers and children under the Anganwadi center.
7 Health Education on Prevention and control of Vector borne diseases (28-09-2011) 38 NSS volunteers along with NSS PO & Internees, doctors from Department of community Medicine participated in the door to door H.E. drive at Ramakrishna Nagar. Health Education on Prevailing health problems' including Prevention and control of Vector born diseases was given in small group to the people in the Ramakrishna Nagar.
8 General Health Check up at Old age home Dhandampally Village (29-10-2011) 26 NSS volunteers along with NSS PO ,Prof & Head department of SPM (Dr K. Nagaraj) , Postgraduates, Interns and doctors from Ophthalmology, Gynac, Medicine specialty had conducted free general health check-up camp. A total of 34 patients attended the camp & free medicines were given to the needy patients.

Health Education on Prevailing health problems including DM and Hypertension was given to the occupants of old age home.
9 Mega Health Check-up Programme & Health Education on Mass Drug Administration against Filariasis including HIV/AIDS  (24-11-2011) 29 NSS volunteers along with NSS PO ,Prof & Head department of SPM, Postgraduates, Interns and doctors  from Ophthalmology, Gynac, Medicine, Pediatrics specialty had conducted free general health check-up camp  at Dhandampally school. A total of 190 patients attended the camp & free medicines were given to the needy patients.

Health Education on Mass Drug Administration against Filariasis including HIV/AIDS was given in small group to the people in the village area and also by going house to house in groups of 3-4 trained NSS Volunteers.

Health education on prevention and control of vector borne diseases was given to 7th, 8th and 9th standard students.
10 Communal harmony week was observed from 19 Nov 2011 to 25 Nov 2011. 63 Nss volunteers along with NSS PO participated in communal harmony week celebration. I.E.C. activity was undertaken with help of charts and posters regarding communal harmony.

An essay competition was held on "Role of Health professional in bringing communal harmony in the society".

Collection of rupees 20,544/- was done for fund on flag day i.e. on 25th Nov 2011.
11 Observation of World AIDSDay  01/12/2011 A Rally was organized by involving 350 students from KIMS, KCON, KSON, KIDS in Narketpally village.

World AIDS Day Seminar was organized on WAD

Theme:- Getting Zero- Zero New HIV Infection, Zero Discrimination, Zero AIDS related deaths"

Leaflets on the WAD Theme were distributed by NSS Volunteers.
12 Health Education on Prevailing Health Problems and HIV/AIDS (5-01-2012) 28 NSS volunteers participated in House to House drive of Health education on Prevailing Health Problems and HIV/AIDS at Marrigudam Village.
13 Pulse Polio Immunization Activity 19 Feb 2012 booth day & 20th and 21st house to house activity National Immunization Day 2012 was observed on 19th Feb 2012. A Total of 25 NSS volunteers participated in booth day and house to house pulse polio immunization activity.
14 NSS special camp was undertaken during 13th march 2012 to 19th march 2012. NSS special Camp was organized at Dhandampally & Chandanpally Village.
15 Observation of World TB Day ( 24th march 2012) World TB Day activities were undertaken at Urban Slum area of  Nalgonda Town. Door to Door Health education on prevention and control of  TB was given. Health education was given to the patients attending UHC, Panagal.
16 Medical Certification of Cause of  Death (MCCD) training programme of AP Medical Health & Health Services Training programme was conducted on 10-04-12 at  KIMS, Narketpally . The 74 participating doctors included faculty members, duty medical officers and post-graduates representing different departments of medical college
17 Mass Drug Administration of against Filariasis MDA programme was conducted in the field practice area of Urban Health Centre, Panagal during 22-12-11 to 27-12-11.
18 Leprosy awareness programme under National Leprosy Elimination Campaign The programme was conducted in the wards under Urban Health Centre, Panagal