ISACON 2015

Rajarajeshwari Medical College was well represented at the anesthesia national conference held in Jaipur, ISACON 2015 from December 26th to 29th. Three of our post graduates presented papers. Dr. Antara Banerji, Dr. Vikyath Jain and Dr. Praveen H.

DrVikyath Jain and Dr. Praveen had the privilege of being selected to present award papers in the category, ‘KOPS award paper for clinical pharmacology’. Dr. Praveen guided by Dr.Rangalakshmi did our college extremely proud by winning 2nd prize in the coveted Presidents Portex award, for his paper titled ‘SELECTIVE SPINAL ANAESTHESIA USING HYPOBARIC LOW DOSE Levobupivacaine WITH Fentanyl – FOR OUTPATIENT LAPAROSCOPIC PROCEDURES-A COMPARATIVE  RANDOMIZED  CLINICAL STUDY’

The students were guided by Prof  Dr.Rangalakshmi and HOD Dr.Sahajananda.

Kudos to the department of Anesthesia

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HAPPY NEW YEAR – 2016

The celebration started with a warm welcome to the New Year 2016 by the students accompanied by the management and the teaching staff of RRMCH with a cake cutting. Exchange of wishes poured in and the college had a festive look for the new start.

FORENSICON – 2015

We are glad to inform that 23rd annual state conference and pre conference CME was organized by Department of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, RRMCH in association with Karnataka Medicolegal Association under the title ‘FORENSICON 2015’ from 3rd to 5th December 2015. The pre conference CME was held on 3rd December 2015, with the theme “LEARNING FROM MISTAKES”. 346 delegates registered for the CME. The CME was inaugurated by Shri N.C Srinivas, Principal District & Session Judge Ramanagara as chief guest, along with Dr. T.S Shiva Shankar, Rtd. Prof and HOD, KIMS Hubbali as presiding officer. A series of guest lecturer: Dr. Shanta Kumar, Dr. V.G Nayak, Dr. Kantikar, Justice Anand and Dr Veera Nagi Reddy followed by the inaugural function. The guest lecture given by Dr. Shanta Kumar, Dean, GMC, Tutukudi Medical college received a great response for his fantastic lecture. Welcome dinner was arranged at Guhantara.

First day of conference was held on 4th December, begin with ATS Iyenger oration by Dr. Jayaprakash K on the topic Ethics in clinical practice followed by guest lecturers by Dr. Indrajit Khandekar and Dr. Tanuj Kanchan. Scientific sessions includes paper presentations by faculty and post graduate students. Interactions during the session were healthy and enriched with knowledge. Inauguration of conference was done by Hon’ble Shri Justice A.V Chandrashekar, Judge High court Karnataka, Administrative Judge for Ramanagara District and by Dr. L.Thirunavukkarasu Rtd. Prof & HOD, BMRCI, Bengaluru. First day event ended with general body meeting of Karnataka Medicolegal Society. Banquet was arranged at Eagleton, Bidadi.

Second day of conference started with guest lecturers by Dr. Clifford Perara, Dr. Girish Chandra and Dr. S Venkat Raghava. Scientific sessions include 20 paper presentations and 29 poster presentations by faculty and post graduate students. Interactions during the session were healthy and enriched with knowledge. Events concluded by valedictory function with prize distribution for toppers in UG and PG, best paper and poster presentations under faculty and post graduates. The feedback was good regarding the events of all three days.

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FORENSICON – 2015

UROGYN-2015

Live Operative Workshop – UROGYN-2015:

Urogyn 2015 was conducted on 22nd Nov 2015 by Rajarajeswari Medical College & Hospital and Karnataka State urogynaecology Association in association with Bangalore Society of obstetrics & Gynaecology (BSOG). It was a live operative workshop on urogynaecology and pelvic floor surgery. The workshop was attended by 150 delegates. Ten surgeries were live telecasted and done by guest faculty Dr. Chandrashekhar Murthy and Dr. Kiran Ashok : Stalwarts in urogynaecology field and well supported by OBG staff of RRMCH, Anaesthesia staff of RRMCH and OT staff.

The workshop included sessions on basic anatomy followed by live surgeries with simultaneous interaction of guest surgeons with the delegates. The surgeries which were done were vaginal hysterectomy with site specific repair to rare surgeries like complete perineal tear repair and vesicovaginal fistula (VVF) repair. The efforts of whole team were applauded by the delegates and KMC observer. The feedback was overwhelming from delegates. Petients follow up and recovery following surgery was good.

Overall UROGYN 2015 was a grand success in term of delegate participation, live surgeries telecasted delegate interaction and patient management.

Thanking you,

Dr. R Nagarathnamma
Professor & HOD

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Infections In Orthopedics

Current Concepts of infections in Orthopedics:

The first RATS conference was held in 2014, the chosen theme was management of meta-diaphyseal fractures. This year, the chosen theme of the conference was ‘current concepts of infections in orthopaedics’. Infections in any speciality have always been a dreaded nightmare, more so in orthopaedics. The management of infections in orthopaedics has been fraught with dilemmas and controversies. With this in mind we set out to bring together stalwarts in orthopaedics to address the problem of infections with a focus on current concepts.

There was fantastic participation with over 140 registrations from institutions all over Karnataka and this only strengthened our conviction that we not only chose a good topic but we were successful in creating a brand image of Rajarajeswari Annual Trauma Symposium (RATS).

The topics were divided into basic sciences session and moved onto management of infections in specific scenarios such as problematic non unions due to infection, spinal infections and infections following joint replacement. The basic sciences sessions dealt with operative infrastructure, assessment of surgical site infections, basics of antibiotic prophylaxis, trends in development of antibiotics and biofilm formation. All the talks were followed by lively discussions and there was a robust interaction between the faculty and delegates.

The talks were well received and the feedback was unanimous, that there will be ensured participation for RATS 2016!

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