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  • ANESTHESIOLOGY

    Academic Activities

    A.   NUMBER OF SEMINARS HELD:  56

    B.   NUMBER AND NAME OF WORKSHOPS ORGANIZED IN THE DEPARTMENT: 2,

    Research Methodology workshops- Dr. Sabyasachi Das, Dr. Koel Mitra     

    C.    NUMBER AND NAME OF CONFERENCE ORGANIZED IN THE DEPARTMENT: 1,

    Continuing Medical Education programme for ISA WB

    D.   NUMBER AND NAME OF RESEARCH COMPLETED IN THE DEPARTMENT: 7,

    ·         Gastrolaryngeal tube: A superior device for minimizing hypoxic spell in ERCP procedure- Dr. Biswajit Sen, Dr. Sabyasachi Das, Dr. Koel Mitra

    ·         Effect of intraoperative esmolol infusion on postoperative analgesia in laparoscopic cholecystectomy- Dr. Krishnendu Ghosh, Dr. Sabyasachi Das, Dr. Koel Mitra

    ·         Comparison of a new system of guidewire-assisted tracheal intubation vs bougie assisted tracheal intubation in case of difficult airway- Dr. Shahida Khatoon, Dr. Sabyasachi Das, Dr. Koel Mitra

    ·         Efficacy of intravenous dexamethasone in preventing fentanyl induced cough- Dr. Sangshaptak Saha, Dr. Sabyasachi Das, Dr. Koel Mitra

    ·         Comparison between efficacy of eutectic mixture of local anaesthetic cream and capsaicin-diclofenac ointment in reducing peripheral venous cannulation pain in patients of 20-60 years- Dr. Sweta Bhattacharya, Dr. Sabyasachi Das, Dr. Koel Mitra

    ·         Effect of clonidine and bupivacaine in intrathecal versus peripheral nerve block routes in arthroscopic knee surgery: an open label clinical trial- Dr. Amit Kumar Mukherjee, Dr. Debabanhi Barua, Dr. Arpita Laha

    ·         Postgraduate students perception of their Anesthesiology educational environment in West Bengal: a DREEM analysis- Dr. Alipriya Banerjee, Dr. Madhushree Banerjee, Dr. Sabyasachi Das, Dr. Koel Mitra

    E.    PAPER PUBLISHED IN INDEXED JOURNAL- 1, Review article

    ·         Das S, Mitra K, Mandal MC. Sample size calculation: Basic principles. IJA 2016; 60(9) : 652-656

    ·         Chakraborty TK. Revisiting the operating room basics (Invited Critic); Bengal Journal of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery. November 2015 issue, published in January 2016

    F.    PAPER PRESENTED IN NATIONAL CONFERENCE- 1, Platform presentation

    ·         How I do it? A case of obese agitated HOCM patient with hip fracture, Dr. Sudakshina Mukherji, ISACON Ludhiana 2016

    G.   PAPER PRESENTED IN STATE CONFERENCE- 1

    ·         Airway management in the ICU, Dr. Sabyasachi Das, ISACON WB 2016

    H.   NAME OF THE PERSON ATTENDING ANY NATIONAL CONFERENCE-

                      Dr. Sudakshina Mukherji         Dr. Sabyasachi Das

    I.      OTHERS-                                                                                                                                                                                                          Long case presentation: “Obstructive jaundice and Anesthetic Management”, Dr. Sudakshina Mukherjee, Dr. Debabanhi Barua, Dr. Souvik Maity; PG Assembly and CTVAC 2016, IPGMER and SSKM Hospital, Kolkata                                                                                                                                                                                                           PART III: Students passed

            PG DEGREE

    PG DIPLOMA

    Medical Technologist- DCCT

    Dr. Souvik Maity

    Dr. Sourav Chatterjee

    Dr. Rajkumar Mondal

    Dr. Avijit Das

    Dr. Prabal Kiran Ghosh

    Dr. Suman Kumar Das

    Dr. Arpan Satapathi

    Dr. Sirsanu Saha

    Dr. Md. Nasimuddin

    Dr. Rajendra Kishore Pal

    Ajay Kr. Brahma

    Pallabi Das

    Provakar Halder

    Kunal Koley

    Sourav Maity

    PART V: Available Clinical Materials

    ·         Special Clinic- PAC

    New Male

    New Female

    New Total

    Old Male

    Old Female

    Old Total

    Total Male

    Total Female

    4923

    5527

    10450

    1081

    1196

    2277

    6004

    6723

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Anatomy

    Part-I - Departmental News

    A.      Any significant performance/improvement of the department in 2014:

    1.      Observed 10th January as Medical Education Day, in collaboration with MCESA, as on that day in 1836, Pundit Madhusudan Gupta became the first Indian to carry out dissection, in Medical College, Kolkata.

    2.      Thorough renovation of the Anatomy Building is underway and in progress. Museum renovation is nearing completion. All departmental work is continuing in this difficult time.

    PART – II

    Academic activities

    A.      Number of Seminars held:  12

    B. Number & Name of Workshops:

    1. Skin grafting and harvesting Workshop. Dept of Plastic Surgery & Anatomy

    C. Number & Name of Research going on in the department

    1. A study for early diagnosis for primary glaucoma by dermatoglyphic pattern in digito-palmar complex- PHD TOPIC. Prof S Pal.

    D. Paper presented in National Conference:

    1. Abnormal Communication between the Median Nerve and Musculocutaneous Nerve, Dr Narzari Madhuchhanda, Dr Ganguly Shirshendu

    2.       Abnormal Azygous Venous Drainage, A Case Report, Dr Basu Urmimala, Dr Mandal Subhra

    E. Name of the person attending any National Conference (with the name of the conference):

    1. Dr Urmimala Basu, PGT

    2.  Dr Madhucchanda Narzari, PGT.  They attended the 64nd National Conference of ASI, at Jaipur AIIMS, held between 17th &20th November, 2016

    PART – III

    Students passed PG Degrees in the Department: 6

    Total number of 30 donated bodies received for teaching purposes.

               

                                                              

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    ART

    DESIGNATION                                                                                                              NAME

                                            Programme Director                                 Prof.Dr.Kalpana Datta           

                                            Deputy Programme Director                   Prof. Dr. Arunansu Talukdar

    Senior Medical Officer

    Dr. Prasenjit Saha

    Medical Officer

    Dr. Debjani Pal

    Counsellor

    Sudipta Basu

    Counsellor

    Sumana Sengupta

    Counsellor

    Jharna Halder

    Data Manager

    Sandip Lahiri

    Data Manager

    Avijit Dolui

    Lab Technician

    Sutirtha Bhowmik

    Staff Nurse (Institutional)

    Archana Chattopadhyay

                      M & E and Research Officer                    Ananya Bhowmik Mitra

                      PCoE Programme Coordinator               Suparna Raychaudhury

                    Nutritionist                                                 Swastika Sinha Roy

    Activity of PCOE

    I.  Research

    1.       Barriers and Facilitators in pediatric antiretroviral therapy formulation and its administration

    2.       Study on lopinavir/ ritonavir toxicity among children below 3 years” ongoing multi centric study

    3.       Voluntariness of Consent to Research of Female Participants in a clinic based HIV intervention trial in Kolkata, India

    II. CME

    A CME Programme on "Recent Guidelines on PPTCTand Comprehensive Paediatric HIV Care “was held on 4th November 2016 for the Doctors of Chittaranjan Seva Sadan &Sishu Sadan.

    The Programme organized by the Paediatric Centre of Excellence in HIV Care, MCH, and was held between 1. 30 pm to 4.30 pm at the Seminar room of Chittaranjan Seva sadan & Sishu sadan Hospital.

    III. Monthly report analysis                                                                                                                                                                                                         Monthly reports of all 68 ART centers linked to PCOE, MCH are analyzed quarterly and the reports are sent to NACO.

    IV. Distance learning seminar series

    Regional distance learning seminar series conducted by PCOE MCH Kolkata: 10

    Regional distance learning seminar series: 15

    National distance learning seminar series: 18

    V. E library and physical library has been set up and it is regularly maintained                                                                                                                             VI. SACEP meetings are attended by our Programme Director regularly.                                                                                                                            Patient Information                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 PatientsLiving with HIV  on ART  ( Till 31/10/2016 ) : 3246                                                                                                                                          Children on ART  ( Till 31/10/2016 ): 698                                                                                                                                                                                PLHIV Pregnant / Breast Feeding on ART  ( Till 31/10/2016 ) : 379

    PCoE Caters to 7 states, namely--


    West Bengal

    Bihar

    Chattisgarh

    Assam

    Sikkim

    Odisha

    Jharkhand


    Bio Chemistry

    PART – II

    Academic activities

    A.      Number of Seminars held-   12

    B.      Number  & Name of Workshops -  03(Hands-on training on CLI, NEPHELOMETRY AND HPTLC Techniques)

    C.      Number  & Name of Research completed in the department (excluding the PG Thesis) – 03

    1.Relation of elevated serum ferritinin levels to hypothyroidism in children with beta thalassemia major by Kundu D,Ray D,Ghosh S,Gonchowdhury D,Dutta S,Dhar International journal of medical research &review 2016;4(12)

    2.A Clinicopathological study of Ascites with special reference to malignant etiology in a tertiary care hospital in Kolkata by Roy D,Chakrabarti S,Chakraborty A,Kundu D,Bandhopadhyay R International journal of medical research &review 2016; 4(7)

    3. Relation of elevated serum adenosine Deaminase levels to glycated hemoglobin and serum uric acid in type 2 diabetes mellitus by Ray D,Kundu D, Gonchowdhury D,Dutta S,Dhar A International journal of medical research &review 2016; 4(7)

    F.  Paper Published in International Journal -03 nos. (Mentioned in C)

    G.   Paper presented in State Conference - 1

    H.  Name of the person attending any National Conference (with the name of the conference)-TEACHERS & PGTS ATTENDED THE State Conference of Biochemistry (AMBICON-W.B Chapter-2016) Held at N.R.S. Medical College, Kolkata in December, 2016

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Cardiology

    Part-I Departmental News

    A.      Any significant performance/ improvement of the department in 2016Substantial increase in number of coronary angioplasty-stenting in 2016, including complex procedures and the facility of primary and pharmaco-invasive PCI for MI patients. CRT, ICD and device closure have been performed successfully.

    1. Dr Santanu Guha was President CSI for the year 2015-16.
    2. Dr.Soura Mukherjee ,Associate Professor has ornamented the chair of Vice President of  the West Bengal Chapter of CSI,2015-16

    PART – II

    Academic activities

    D.      Number of Seminars held  - 6/wk

    E.       Number  & Name of Workshops - 6

    F.       Number  & Name of Conference organized in the department : CSI West Bengal chapter 2016

    Two clinical meetings of WB CSI

    G.     Number  & Name of Research completed in the department (Including the Title & persons participated)

    Three

    a.       Clinical and angiographic characterization of STEMI in women in Eastern India

    b.      Clinical and angiographic profile of AMI patients in less than 40 years age group

    H.     Number  & Name of Research going on in the department (Including the Title & persons participated)-

    a. Dr.B.P.Chattopadhyay is doing Collaborative  research work –“Designing of coronary angioplasty  guidewire and coronary angioplasty  guide catheter by PDMS based actuator”-Research work going on in  collaboration with School of Medical Science and Technology,IIT,Kharagpur

    b.A Comparative Study of Photo- plethysmographic Asssessment of Pulse Wave in response to nitrate in Acute Coronary Syndrome Patients by Dr. J. Saha, Dr. S. Kundu, Dr. S. Singh, Dr. S. N. Dutta

    c. The cardiology department of medical college, Kolkata is one of the centres for the multinational ODDYSSEY trial . Prof. S. Guha is the PI

    d.A project on the effect of antihypertensive agents on directly measured central aortic pressure and directly and indirectly measured peripheral arterial pressure is ongoing. Prof. S.Guha is the PI.

    e.Clinical and angiographic profile of Acute coronary syndrome patients in diabetic and non diabetic patients with special reference to in hospital course by

    f.  Coronary angiographic profile of IHD patients admitted in Medical college, Kolkata

    g. A study on cardiovascular risk profile of medical students in a tertiary care hospital in Kolkata

    h.A study of central aortic blood pressure and peripheral blood pressure in patients of chronic stable angina treated with or without beta blockers

    i.   Assessment of coronary micro vascular dysfunction in patients of IHD

    I.        Paper Published in International Journal

    Prof S Guha

    a.       Vascular disease in young Indians in 20-40 years: Role of hypertension. Journal of clinical and diagnostic research. Aug 2016, Vol- 10(8): OE 01-OE 06

    b.      Laboratory diagnosis of Acute Myocardial Infarction by optical aggregometry of platelets. J integr Cardiol, Jan 2016.

    c.       Dermcidin isoform – 2 induced nullification of the effect of acetyl salicylic acid in platelet aggregation in acute myocardial infarction. Scientific reports, nature group of journals.

    d.      TRIAD system catalase, insulin and low dose aspirin neutralize the effect of dermcidin isoform – 2 and prevent cell death in acute myocardial infarction and recurrence of the disease. Clinical Cardiology. 2016, Vol-23, No.6,623-25.

    Dr. I. Ahmed

    a.       Serological correlation and cardiovascular manifestations of systemic lupus erythematosus patients in India. J of cardiovascular disease research 07/2016; 7(2):71-73. [first-author] [Dr S Guha - co-author]

    G.  Paper presented in International Conference

    Prof (Dr.) S. Guha was invited as faculty (speaker) in:

    1.       European society of Cardiology(ESC) Conference in Rome 2016

    1.          ACC conference in Chicago 2016

    I.                    Paper presented in National Conference

    a.       Prof S Guha

                                        i.      Presidential Oration at the 68th annual conference of CSI at Kochi, 2016

                                      ii.      Chairperson in CSI annual conference at Kochi and WB chapter at Kolkata

    b.      Dr. Soura Mookerjee

                                     i.            Delivered lecture at the Cardiological Society of India annual conference held at Kochi

                                   ii.            Delivered lecture at the EIICON held in Kolkata

    c.       Dr. Imran Ahmed

                                  i.            Invited Lecture as faculty 67th CSI Annual conference, Chennai, 2016

                                ii.            Talk on relevance of thrombosuction in PCI in the NIC meet, Hyderabad, 2016

    J.   Paper presented in State Conference

    a.        Prof. S. Guha

                                           i.            Juthika Majumdar Memorial oration at CSI WB branch, 2016

    b.       Dr. S. Mookherjee

                                           i.            Delivered lecture at the EIICON held in Kolkata

    K.  Name of the Book & the author written/ written a chapter of a book

    I.                    Prof S. Guha

    a.       In Update in Cardiology 2015 and 2016

    b.      In update in Medicine 2016

    c.       In textbook of STEMI, published by Jaypee brothers 2016

    d.      In textbook of Atrial Fibrillation, published by Jaypee brothers 2016

    II.                  Dr.B.P.Chattopadhyay contributed a chapter entitled  “Sports and Arrhythmia-Recent Insights of the pathophysiology” CoauthorsDr.Rammohan Roy,Dr.SupratipKundu,Dr.Bappaditya Kumar  in  Cardiology Update-2015

    III.                Dr. J. Saha contributed a chapter named “Diagnosis and management of Rheumatic fever”: in text book published by cardiological society of india

    IV.                Dr Imran Ahmed and DrArnabDatta contributed a chapter titled “micro RNA in Cardiology – promising times ahead” in the Cardiology update book 2015 of the CSI published in 2016

    L.   Name of the person attending any International Conference (with the name of the conference)

    1. Prof S Guha

    He was the chairperson in the following conferences:

    a.       American College of Cardiology annual conference, Chicago

    b.      European society of Cardiology, Rome

    1. Dr. Arnab Dutta

    Attended the ESC conference, Rome

    M.  Name of the person attending any National Conference (with the name of the conference)

    a.       Prof S Guha

                            i.            Cardiological Society of India, annual conference, Kochi

                          ii.            Cardiological Society of India, WB chapter, Kolkata

                         iii.            NIC, Hyderabad

                        iv.            India live

    b.      Dr. Soura Mookerjee

                                        i.            CSI, annual conference, Kochi

    c.       Dr. Jayanta Saha

                                        i.            Cardiological Society of India, annual conference, Kochi

                                      ii.            Cardiological Society of India, WB chapter, Kolkata

                                     iii.            NIC, Hyderabad

                                    iv.            India live

    d.      Dr. Imran Ahmed and Dr. Arnab Dutta

                                        i.            Cardiological Society of India, annual conference, Kochi

                                      ii.            Cardiological Society of India, WB chapter, Kolkata

                                     iii.            NIC, Hyderabad

                                    iv.            India live

    N. Awards and Honours.

    1.       Prof S Guha was the DM examiner of West Bengal University, MGR medical university Chennai,                                        Utkal University and Bombay University.

    1.       Dr. Soura Mookerjee

    a.       Examiner in DM final examination at Stanley Medical College

    b.      Received FACC from the American College of Cardiology

    c.       Elected as Fellow of European Society of Cardiology

    PART – III

    Year-wise PG Students with names in the Department ((as applicable)

    POST DOCTORAL

    3RD YR

    2ND YR

    1ST YR

    Dr. Bappaditya Kumar

    Dr. Supratip Kundu

    Dr. Rammohan Roy

    Dr. Somnath Mukherjee                                   Dr.Satyendranath Dutta                                                              Dr. Spandan Bhadury

    Dr. Avik Karak                                                                                Dr. Basabendra Chowdhury                            Dr. Kuntal Bhattacharya

    PART – IV

    General Departmental facilities:

    ·                                             Total no. of beds in the department.      50

    ·                                             No. of Units in the department.                2

                    PART – V

    Intervention done in 1 year:


    Angioplasty: 504

    Angiography: 1210

    Temporary Pacing: 297

    Permanent Pacing: 358

    ICD: 2

    CRT: 1

    EPS with RFA: 8

    IVUS: 20

    Cath study: 25

    BMV: 40

    PDA device closure: 1

    Peripheral angiography: 20

    Peripheral stenting: 2


     

     

                                                                                                                 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    TB & PULMONARY CARE MEDICINE

    Part – I: Departmental News

    A.      Any significant performance/improvement of the department in 2016:

    B. Any special event/performance/occurrence of the Department:

    1.       Observation of World TB Day on 24.03.2016

    2.       Observation of World Asthma Day on 03.05.2016.

    3.       Observation of World COPD Day on 16.11.2016.                                             

         Part – II

    Academic activities

    A.      Number of Seminars held: 45.

    B.      Number & Name of workshops : Workshop on Chest Radiology

    C.      Number & Name of Research completed in the department: One.

    ‘A study on prevalence of Anxiety and Depression in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and its correlation with BODE index’ by Dr Haradhan Mandal ,Guide-Prof.Dr. Sumitra Basuthakur, Co-Guide-Prof. Dr. Moloy Kumar Ghosal

    D.      Number & Name of Research going on in the department: Two. 

    1.       ‘A comparative study between sputum CB-NAAT and CB-NAAT & AFB smear in bronchoalveolar lavage fluid in diagnosis of sputum smear –negative pulmonary tuberculosis ‘ by Dr Arnasis Hota, Guide- Prof. Dr. Sumitra Basuthakur

    2.       ‘Clinical characteristics of patients with biomass smoke related versus tobacco smoke related chronic obstructive pulmonary disease- a hospital based cross-sectional study’ by Dr. Anindam Saha, guide: Prof. Dr.Sibes Kumar Das

    E.       Paper Published in International journal : six

    1)      Ghoshal B, Das SK, Das A, Basuthakur S. Tree-in-bud sign. J Medicine 2016;17:55-6.

    2)      Santra A, Bandyopadhyay A. Atypical presentation of bronchogenic carcinoma with humeral metastasis. Clin Cancer Investig J 2016;5:66-8.

    3)      Santra A, Mandi F, Bandyopadhyay A. Renal tuberculosis presenting as a mass lesion in a two-year girl: report of a rare case. Sultan Qaboos Univ Med J 2016;16:105-8.

    4)      Santra A, Nandi S, Kundu S, Sen A. Pleural fluid smear AFB positivity: to search for underlying immunosuppression. Bangla J Med Sci 2016;15:286-8.

    5)      Santra A, Nandi S, Mondal S, Chakraborty S. Superior venacava syndrome due to thrombosis: a rare paraneoplastic presentation of bronchogenic carcinoma. Iran J Med Sci 2016;41:354-8.

    6)      Das A, Das SK, Pandit S, Karmakar RN. Bronchogenic carcinoma with cardiac invasion simulating acute myocardial infarction. Case reports in oncological medicine 2016;1-4.

    F.       Paper Published in Indexed journal : as mentioned in “F”

    G.     Paper Presented in State Conference : Two in 20th Annual Conference of Association of Chest Physicians (West Bengal) - 2016.

    1.       ‘Sources of previous TB drugs exposure for patients registered in RNTCP as previously treated cases’ by Dr. Pradip Mondal.

    2.       ‘Common presentation of an uncommon malignancy’ by Dr. Haradhan Mandal

    H.      Name of the person attending any National Conference (with the name of the conference): Dr. Debasis Bhattacharya, Dr Sabyasachi Choudhury attended NAPCON - 2016 at Mumbai.

                                                                                                 Part- III

    Investigations

    Special Investigations

    No

    Intercostal Tube Drainage, Non-invasive ventilation,  USG guided thoracocentesis,  Blind thoracocentesis,  induced sputum, ECG, sputum for AFB and CB-NAAT, Closed Pleural Biopsy , USG thorax      

    2677

    Spirometry

    1454

    Fiber Optic Bronchoscopy

    287

     

    COMMUNITY MEDICINE

    Part I-Departmental News

    1. Any significant performance of the department in 2016

    1.      Monitoring of IPPI: by faculties and interns—Kolkata, Howrah and Hooghly district.

    2.      RI monitoring in 10 districts by faculties and PGTs.

    3.      EVM monitoring in HP districts

    4.      PMSMA monitoring- in HP districts

    5.      Mission Indradhanush monitoring - in HP districts

    6.      Cold Chain Handlers training- in HP districts

    . .Part II-Academic activities

    A. Number of seminars held:-

    PG seminars: 7

    Departmental seminar:

    1. Substance abuse and public health

    2. WHO day slogan

    3. World AIDS celebration

    B. Number & name of research completed in the department-

    1. A study on the cold chain and vaccine logistics management in the rural blocks of North 24 Parganas District of West Bengal..

    2. A study on assessment of performance of RNTCP in Tarakeswar Block of West Bengal

    C.Number & Name of research going on in the department-

    1. An assessment of functioning of ASHAs in a rural block of West Bengal

    2.  An assessment of quality of service delivery according to Indian public health standards in a rural block of West Bengal

    3. A study of selected lifestyle factors and complications among type 2 diabetes patients attending a tertiary care hospital in Kolkata:

    4. A study of safe injection practices and needle stick injuries among the junior doctors, residents and nursing personnel in a tertiary care hospital in Kolkata:

    5. An assessment of health profile of adolescent girls attending schools in a rural area of West Bengal.

    D.Paper published in International Journal- 5 publications

    E. Paper published in Indexed Journal-15 publications

     

     

     


    CTVS

    Part – I Department News

    A.      Any significant performance/ improvement of the department in 2016:

    a)      OPERATIONS:

    1.       The Department has been continuing the Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery [MICS] program as before & cases like AVR, MVR, ASD closure have been done successfully.

    2.       As in the previous years, off pump Coronary artery bypass grafting (OPCABG) has been done in most of the cases of IHD. On pump CABG with MVR /AVR have also been done when required.  Conduits are LIMA(left internal mammary artery) , vein and when indicated RIMA (Right internal mammary artery) as RIMA-LIMA Y.  Few cases of Emergency CABG were also done. One case of Post Infarct Interventricular Septal rupture creating a VSD (Post MI VSD) was successfully repaired using bovine pericardium.  As the costly valves, rings, valved conduits, synthetic vascular grafts, bovine pericardium, are now available free of cost, we could perform successfully two cases of Bentall operation (aortic root replacement for ascending aortic aneurysm). Two   cases of Aortic arch aneurysm with aortic arch replacements were also successfully performed in 2016. Two cases of adult coarctation of aorta, one of which included a previously operated coarctation of thoracic aorta during childhood (re coarctation) were also done successfully. Closed heart operations performed include Trans ventricular Mitral commisurotomy, Ligation of PDA, Epicardial pacemaker implantation.

    3.       We have shifted our focus from mitral valve replacement to mitral valve repair.  Successful Mitral valve repair with autologous pericardium and ring annuloplasty were done in eight cases. Tricuspid ring annuloplasty are also being increasingly done.

    4.       The Department has the ‘SISHU SATHI’ program therefore we have been able to perform increasing number of Pediatric Cardiac & Thoracic surgerical cases free of cost. We have successfully done 23 such cases. Operations for Congenital heart diseases performed include repair of ASD, VSD, Intra cardiac repair of Tetralogy of Fallot, RSOV, AVSD , ligation of PDA. 

    5.       Other than open heart surgery,    thoracic operations  were also  regularly  done , which  included pneumonectomy, lobectomy for bronchiectasis, fungal ball and  destroyed lobes, carcinoma of lung to name a few. Decortications and Thoracoplasty were done for chronic empyema. One case of massive haemoptysis was successfully managed with physiological lung exclusion.

    6.       Corrosive strictures of oesophagus were managed with regular dilatations and a few required retrosternal colon replacements.

    7.       Aorto femoral and femoro popliteal bypass were done for peripheral vascular disease in selected   cases.

    8.       Arterio venous fistulas were regularly done in our department for haemo dialysis in Nephrology Unit.

    9.       Like previous years, thoracic & vascular emergencies were efficiently tackled by this Department.                                    

    b)      TRAINING & RESEARCH:

    1.       In 2016, two of our MCh PDTs have successfully passed their MCh examination.

    2.       We have number of recognized MCh [CTVS] seats are 6.

    3.       We are also running a Diploma in Perfusion Technology [DPFT] course under State Medical Faculty, in our Department.

    B.      Any special event/ performance / occurrence of the Department :

    1.       The Department has presented 1 papers in The Annual Scientific Meet of ACTVSWB in October 2016, where Dr.Tinni Mitra [3nd year PDT] was awarded the 1st prize in Cardiac session. 

    Part – II

    Academic activities

    A.      Number of  Seminars held  : 45

    B.      Number of journal classes held: 50

    C.      Number of case presentations: 67

    D.      Number & Name of Conference organized in the department -1: Monthly Clinical Meeting of ACTVSWB held in the Department in June 2016.

    E.       Number & Name of Research completed in the department:

    1.       Evaluation of novel and conventional risk factors in young & old patients undergoing CABG (Dr.Ushnish Chakrabarty)

    2.       Clinical & Echocardiographic evaluation of moderate IMR & it’s follow up (Dr.Manoj Bhargava)

    3.       Effectiveness & safety of Sildenafil in Secondary Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension due to Mitral Valve Disease … a Tertiary Centre based randomized double blind study (Dr.Tinni Mitra)

    F.       Number & Name of  Research going on in the department:

             (Including the Title & persons participated)

    1.       Assessment of perianastomotic  hemodynamic  parameters  of end to end vis-à-vis side to side anaestomosis of CABG by venous graft  by Comutational Fluid Dynamics (Dr. Saikat Chaudhuri)

    G.     Paper Published in International Journal :1

    1.       Management of chylothorax after coronary artery bypasses grafting: two case reports and review of literature. ( The Indian journal of chest diseases and allied sciences, vol.58, January, 2016)

    H.      Paper presented in National conference  :  Annual Conference  of IACTS, 18-21st February, 2016

    1.       Evaluation of novel and conventional risk factors in young & old patients undergoing CABG (Dr.Ushnish Chakrabarty)

    2.       Effectiveness & safety of Sildenafil in Secondary Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension due to Mitral Valve Disease … a Tertiary Centre based randomized double blind study (Dr.Tinni Mitra)

    I.        Paper presented in state Conference :1 [Organized  by ACTVSWB- October 2016]

        Effectiveness & safety of Sildenafil in Secondary Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension due to Mitral Valve Disease -- a Tertiary Centre based randomized double blind study (Dr.Tinni Mitra)

    J.        Name of the person attending any National Conference:

    1. International Workshop on Minimal Access Surgery – New Delhi (July 3rd-4th, 2016): Dr. Suranjan Halder (Assistant Prof.), Dr. Md. Zahid Hussain (Assistant Prof.).

    2. Aortic dissection Workshop at AIIMS Delhi (8th to 10th march, 2016): Dr.Kallol Dasbaksi (Associate Prof.)

    Part – III

                                                                 Year-wise PG Students in the Department

    Post Doctoral

    MCh Degree

     3rd Year

    2nd Year

    1st Year

    Passed

    1

    0

    1

    2

                                                                                                                    Part – IV

    General Departmental Facilities:

    Total no. of beds in the department. -51 No. of units in the department -2

    Part – V

    Available Clinical Material:

    ·         Special Clinic

    New

    Old

    Total

    Total

    M

    F

    T

    M

    F

    T

    M

    F

    T

    3472

    2109

    5581

    1511

    974

    2485

    4983

    3083

    8066

    ·         IPD

    Operations

    Major

    Minor

    Total

    Cardiac-   251

    Thoracic- 69

    Vascular-  57

    137

    514

                                                                                   

     

     

    DERMATOLOGY, VENEREOLOGY, & LEPROSY

    Academic activities

    J.        Number of Seminars held : 40

    K.      Number  & Name of Workshops organized in the department:  

    a)      Workshop on Ethical issues in research in dermatology: Nov 2016

    b)      TOT on STI management for medical officers: March 2016

    L.       Number  & Name of Conference organized in the department  : None

    M.    Number  & Name of Research completed in the department [other than PG Thesis]

    1.       An open-label, parallel group, randomized clinical trial to compare the efficacy and safety of 10% KOH and 0.5% podophyllotoxin for the treatment of molluscum contagiosum. D Bandyopadhyay, A Saha, NR Lal  

    2.        A retrospective cross-sectional study to assess the dermatology indoor patient characteristic at a tertiary care centre in eastern India. Indrashis Podder, Arpita Sen, Satyendra Nath Chowdhury, D Bandyopadhyay

    3.       Interdepartmental dermatology: Characteristics and outcomes of dermatology referrals in a tertiary care hospital, Satyendra Nath Chowdhury, : Indrashis Podder, Abanti Saha,  D Bandyopadhyay

    4.       A randomoized control trial to compare the efficacy, safety and tolerability of oral fluconazole with amrolofine nail lacquer vs fluconazole withy dummy lacquer in the treatmenr of finger nail onychomycosis. Somodyuti Chandra, Karan Sancheti, Tushar Kanti Sarkar, Amrita Sil, NK Das, D Bandyopadhyay, Indrashis Podder

    N.     Number  & Name of Research going on in the department [other than PG Thesis

    1.       A randomoized  pilot control trial to compare the efficacy, safety and tolerability of oral Terbinafine 250 mg versus Terbinafine 500 mg in dermatophytosis:  Niharika Ranjan Lal, Abanti Saha, Debabrata Bandyopadhyay

    2.       Epidemiology of joint complaints in psoriasis: D. Bandyopadhyay, NK Das, SN Choudhury

    F.  Paper Published in Indexed Journal: 23

    1.       Podder I, Bandyopadhyay D. A Case of Psoriasis Encircled by Porokeratosis.. Indian J Dermatol. 2016 Nov-Dec;61(6):676-678.

    2.       Podder I, Bhattacharya S, Mishra V, Sarkar TK, Chandra S, Sil A, Pal S, Kumar D, Saha A, Shome K, Bandyopadhyay D, Das NK. I mmunotherapy in viral warts with intradermal Bacillus Calmette-Guerin vaccine versus intradermal tuberculin purified protein derivative: A double-blind, randomized controlled trial comparing effectiveness and safety in a tertiary care center in Eastern India. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol. 2016 Nov 11. doi: 10.4103/0378-6323.193623. [Epub ahead of print]

    3.       Podder I, Sancheti K, Das S, Bandyopadhyay D. Marfanoid Hypermobility Syndrome: Reminscising a Forgotten Entity Indian J Dermatol. 2016 Sep-Oct;61(5):568-70

    4.       Sen A, Chowdhury S, Poddar I, Bandyopadhyay D. Inpatient Dermatology: Characteristics of Patients and Admissions in a Tertiary Level Hospital in Eastern India.Indian J Dermatol. 2016 Sep-Oct;61(5):561-4. doi: 10.4103/0019-5154.190104.

    5.       Ghosh SK, Bandyopadhyay D, Agarwal M, Rudra O. Dermatoses among Children from Celebration of "Holi," the Spring Festival, in India: A Cross-sectional Observational Study. Indian J Dermatol. 2016 Sep-Oct;61(5):525-8. doi: 10.4103/0019-5154.190116.

    6.       Sancheti K, Podder I, Saha M, Chowdhury SN, Bandyopadhyay D. Metastatic tubercular abscess associated with bone and lymph node involvement. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol. 2016 Aug 22. doi: 10.4103/0378-6323.188651. [Epub ahead of print]

    7.       Das A, Gayen T, Podder I, Shome K, Bandyopadhyay D.A Weeping Tumor in a Young Girl: An Unusual Presentation of Nodular Hidradenoma. Indian J Dermatol. 2016 May-Jun;61(3):321-3. doi: 10.4103/0019-5154.182423.

    8.       Guha SK, Bandyopadhyay D, Saha A, Lal NR.  Human Immunodeficiency Virus Associated Sporadic Nonfamilial Porphyria Cutanea Tarda. Indian J Dermatol. 2016 May-Jun;61(3):318-20. doi: 10.4103/0019-5154.182424.

    9.       Lal NR, Bandyopadhyay D, Misra S, Sarkar AK, Rao S. Ichthyosis follicularis, atrichia and photophobia (IFAP) syndrome affecting two successive generations in an Indian family. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol. 2016 Sep-Oct;82(5):537-9. doi: 10.4103/0378-6323.182796.

    10.   Das A, Bandyopadhyay D, Podder I. Idiopathic Acquired True Leukonychia Totalis. Indian J Dermatol. 2016 Jan-Feb;61(1):127. doi: 10.4103/0019-5154.174193.

    11.   Sancheti K, Das A, Podder I, Gharami RC. Angioma serrpiginosum in a Patchy and Blaschkoid Distribution: A Rare Condition with an Unconventional Presentation. Indian J Dermatol. 2016 Sep-Oct;61(5):570-2. doi: 10.4103/0019-5154.190114.

    12.   Das A, Sarkar TK, Chandra S, Ghosh A, Gharami RC.A case series of erythema multiforme-like pityriasis rosea. Indian Dermatol Online J. 2016 May-Jun;7(3):212-5. doi: 10.4103/2229-5178.182374.

    13.    Podder I, Chandra S, Gharami RC. Loeffler's Syndrome Following Cutaneous Larva Migrans: An Uncommon Sequel. Indian J Dermatol. 2016 Mar-Apr;61(2):190-2. doi: 10.4103/0019-5154.177753.

    14.   Podder I, Chandra S, Das A, Gharami RC. Doxycycline Induced Generalized Bullous Fixed Drug Eruption. Indian J Dermatol. 2016 Jan-Feb;61(1):128. doi: 10.4103/0019-5154.174197.

    15.   Sancheti K, Podder I, Gharami RC. Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis Like Reaction due to Low-dose Methotrexate in a Case of Cutaneous Lupus Erythematosus: A Rare Occurrence. Indian J Dermatol. 2016 Jan-Feb;61(1):102-4. doi: 10.4103/0019-5154.174052.

    16.   Bhattacharya S, Das A, Das D, Podder I, Das NK, Chowdhury SN. Skindia Quiz 28: Sudden onset generalized papules in a pubertal female. Indian Dermatol Online J. 2016 Sep-Oct;7(5):451-453.

    17.   Gupta LK, Martin AM, Agarwal N, D'Souza P, Das S, Kumar R, Pande S, Das NK, Kumaresan M, Kumar P, Garg A, Singh S. Guidelines for the management of Stevens-Johnson syndrome/toxic epidermal necrolysis: An Indian perspective. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol. 2016 Nov-Dec;82(6):603-625. doi: 10.4103/0378-6323.191134.

    18.   Chowdhury J, Datta PK, Chowdhury SN, Das NK. A Clinicopathological Study of Pemphigus in Eastern India with Special Reference to Direct Immunofluorescence. Indian J Dermatol. 2016 May-Jun;61(3):288-94. doi: 10.4103/0019-5154.182422.

    19.   Badarkhe GV, Sil A, Bhattacharya S, Nath UK, Das NK. Erythema multiforme due to arsenic trioxide in a case of acute promyelocytic leukemia: A diagnostic challenge.Indian J Pharmacol. 2016 Mar-Apr;48(2):216-8. doi: 10.4103/0253-7613.178827.

    20.   Das A, Sancheti K, Podder I, Das NK. Azithromycin induced bullous fixed drug eruption. Indian J Pharmacol. 2016 Jan-Feb;48(1):83-5. doi: 10.4103/0253-7613.174565

    21.   Lal NR, Das S, Chowdhury SN. Frontal fibrosing alopecia. Indian Dermatol Online J. 2016 May-Jun;7(3):228-9. doi: 10.4103/2229-5178.182369.

    22.   Das A, Kumar P, Gharami RC .Necrolytic Acral Erythema in the Absence of Hepatitis C Virus Infection. Indian J Dermatol. 2016 Jan-Feb;61(1):96-9. doi: 10.4103/0019-5154.174047.

    23.   Das A, Sarkar TK. Post kala-azar dermal leishmaniasis: macular variety.Indian Pediatr. 2014 Dec;51(12):1041.

    G.     Paper presented in State Conference 

    Name of the conference

    Name of the person/s presenting paper

    Mid Cuticon

    Dr. Karan Sancheti                                                                 Dr. Somodyuti Chandra

    Dermazone East 2016

    Dr. Somodyuti Chandra, Dr. Adrija Datta

    H.       Name of the Book & the author written/ written a chapter of a book 

    Bandyopadhyay D. Manual of Dermatological Therapeutics. CBS Publishers. New Delhi, 2016

    I .  Name of the person attending any National Conference (with the name of the conference)

    Name of the conference

    Name of the person/s attending the conference

    Place and Date

    Dermacon 2016

    Dr. S. N. Chowdhury(Associate Professor)

    Dr. N. K. Das (Associate Professor)

    Residents: Dr. Karan Sancheti

        Dr. Arindam Shett

       Dr. Nidhi Gupta

       Dr. Somodyuti Chandra

       Dr. Anirban Das

    Coimbatore, January 2016

    Asia Aesthetica

       Dr. Karan Sancheti,  Dr. Arindam Shett, Dr. Nidhi Gupta,  Dr. Somodyuti Chandra,Dr. Samiksha Pradhan.

    Kolkata, November 2016

    PGcon

     Dr. Nidhi Gupta, Dr. Somodyuti Chandra, Dr. Samiksha Pradhan.

    Kolkata, December 2016

                    PART – III Year-wise PG Students with names in the Department ((as applicable)

    MD Degree

    Passed

    3rd Yr

    2nd Yr

    1st Yr

    Dr. Anirban Das

    Dr. Swosti Mohanty

    Dr. Arpita Sen

    Dr. Tushar Kanti Sarkar

    Dr. Indrashis Podder

     

    Dr. Karan Sancheti

    Dr. Samiksha Pradhan

    Dr. Nidhi Gupta

    Dr. Somodyuti Chandra

    Dr. Arindam Sett

    Dr. Arini Banerjee

    Dr. Dibyendu Basu

    Dr. Adrija Datta

    Dr. Pallawi

    Dr. Nishith Sarkar

     

    Dr. Debatri Data

    Dr. Indrajit Bahalia

    Dr. Swastika Debbarma

    Dr. Sarada Bandyopadhyay

    Dr. Tarannum Imtiaz

    PART – IV General Departmental facilities:

    ·                                             Total no. of beds in the department: 30

    ·                                             No. of Units in the department. 1

                                                                                                        PART – V

    Procedures done

    Number

    Skin Biopsy

    775

    Vitiligo surgery

    19

    Chemical cautery

    284

    Electrosurgery/ Radiofrequency ablation

    519

    Intralesional steroid injection and immunotherapy

    1780

    Chemical peeling

    31

    IPL

    2

    Other procedures

    116

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     ENDOCRINOLOGY

    PART-1 Departmental News

    1.     Department of Endocrinology has expanded its space and office and following facilities are given

    I.            Diabetic Foot Care Clinic- Outpatient clinic deals with comprehensive diabetic foot care

    II.            Interventional Thyroid clinic- that involves diagnostic Ultrasound of thyroid and FNAC and therapeutic Procedures like PEIT. Total 27 USG guided FNAC & 18 Percutaneous Ethanol Injection Therapy (PEIT) has been done in a year.

    III.            Growth clinic- Outpatient clinic that evaluates and treat children with short stature. Maintain Short Stature Registry & Proforma for each patient. Total 22 patients are registered till Dec’2016.

    IV.            Young Diabetes Registration – Maintain Registry for young diabetes (<30 years age) including Type 1 Diabetes. Record detailed history, clinical findings, investigations & treatment at first visit & in every follow-up in a Proforma. Total 87 patients are registered till Dec’2016.

    V.            Special drug administration (with well maintained registry)

    -         Recombinant Human Growth Hormone (rhGH) in patients with GH deficiency short stature. Total 5 patients are under treatment.

    -         Sandostatin LAR in treatment of acromegaly. Total 2 patients are under treatment.

    -         Teriparatide in osteoporosis of hypogonadism patients. Total 2 patients are under treatment.

    -         Leuprolide therapy in halting precocious puberty. Total 2 patients are under treatment.

    -         HCG & Urofollitrophin (FSH) therapy in Hypogonadotrophic Hypogonadism. Total 3 patients are under treatment.

    2.     New CLI machine is running properly. Several Hormonal Assays (serum IGF-1, IGFBP-3, Insulin, C-peptide, Androstenedione, AMH & many others) are performed as 10 -12 assays per week.

    3.     Socio-medical activity: - Department of Endocrinology celebrated                                                         World Diabetes Day’2016 on 14th November in a befitting manner.

    -         Organized a Drawing Competition among 20 Type 1 Diabetes patients of <20 years age.

    -         Organized an on stage programme in open campus of Medical College to raise the awareness about diabetes within general population.

    -         Organized a patient related activities in OPD premises by doing kit based rapid investigations, retinopathy assessment, foot care, dietary counselling etc.

               Dignitaries:-      

    -         Dr. Sashi Panja, Hon’ble state minister of health & family welfare.

    -         Mrs. Rehana Khatoon, Counsillor, Ward no. 44, KMC. 

    -         Principal, Medical College, Kolkata

    -         MSVP, Medical College, Kolkata

    -         President & Secretory of Medical College Ex-student Association

    -         Prof. Asish Kumar Basu, Head, Department of Endocrinology



    PART-II

    Academic activities

    A)Number of Seminars held – 68

    B) Number & Name of Workshop

         1. Diabetic Foot Workshop   --    Dr. G.S. Goel & his team.

    C) Number & Name of Conference organized in the department-

    1.     CME on Biosimilar Insulins

    2.     CME on SGLT-2 inhibitor

    3.     CME on Dietary intervention in Diabetes

    D) Number & Name of Research completed in the department

    1.      11 beta HSD enzyme activity in type 2 diabetes patients without any complication.        Dr. Ravinder Shukla

    2.      Association of ABO and Rh blood group with type 2 diabetes and its complication        Dr. Biplab Mandal

    3.     Correlation of degree of Insulin Resistance and Retinal Microvascuulature changes and nerve fibre layer thickness in metabolic syndrome, pre diabetics and early diabetics- Dr. Satyam Chakrabothy.

    4.     Prevalence of H Pylori in Type 2 DM with dyspepsia (by rapid urease test) and its association with glycemic control- Dr. Lakshmi Dey.

     

    E) Number & Name of ongoing Research in the department:

     

    1.     Study on the association of Insulin Resistance and dyslipedemia with thyroid profile in treatment naïve Subclinical Hypothyroid patients- Dr.Subir Swar

    2.     Evaluation of metabolic, hormonal and clinical parameters in different phenotypes of polycystic ovarian syndrome- Dr.Praveenkumar Devarbhavi.

    3.     Prevalence of hypoparathyroidism in transfusion dependent E-Beta- Thalassemia – Dr. Tapas Chandra Das

    4.     Serum Testosterone level after metformin therapy in pre diabetic patients –    Dr. Neeraj Sinha

    5.     Percutaneous Ethanol Ablation of Benign Thyroid nodule – Eastern Indian tertiary care experience.

     

    F) Paper Published in International Journal :

    1.      Satyam Chakraborty, Lakshmi Dey, Animesh Maiti, Anirban Sinha, Biplab Mondal, Ravindra Shukla, Asish Kumar Basu .A Unique Case Of Lamotrigine induced disorder of sexual differentiation.

    2.      Tapas Chandra Das, A.K.Basu, Animesh Maiti, Anirban Sinha, Praveen Devarbhavi, Subir Swar, Neeraj Sinha. Adrenal Histoplasmosis in an immunocompetent individual- a rare case report.

    G) Paper Published in Indexed Journal –

    H) Paper presented in International Conference –

    I) Paper presented in National Conference –

    1.      Precocious puberty with pituitary mass in primary hypothyroidism – by Dr. Neeraj Sinha, Pituitary Update 2016

    2.      A case with Triple Ectopic Thyroid – poster by Dr. Praveen kumar Devarbhavi, ESICON’2016, Delhi.

    3.      A case of Swyer syndrome – poster by Dr. Subir Swar, ESICON’2016, Delhi.

    4.      Central precocious puberty in primary hypothyroidism – poster by Dr. Neeraj Sinha, ESICON’2016, Delhi.

    J) Paper presented in State Conference –

    1.      Hypogonadotropic hypogonadism: So obvious? by Dr. Satyam Chakraborty ESI state chapter, Guwahati, Assam.

    K) Name of the Book & the author written/written a chapter of a book –

    1.       Current Controversies and Consensus in Diabetes Management:-2015, 237-240 Dr. Asish Kumar Basu.

    L) Name of the person attending any International Conference (with the name of the conference)

    1.      Dr. Anirban Sinha, Assistant professor, Department of Endocrinology has attended.

    M) Name of the person attending any National Conference (with the name of the conference):

    1.      Prof. Dr. A.K.Basu, Head Of Department, Dr. Animesh Maiti, Associate prof. Dr. Anirban Sinha, Assistant prof, Dr. Satyam Chakraborty, Dr. Laksmi Dey, Dr. Subir swar, Dr. Praveen Kumar Devarbhavi attended IDEACON 2016 Kolkata

    2.      Prof . Dr. A.K.Basu ,Head Of Department, Dr. Animesh Maiti Associate prof. Dr. Anirban Sinha, Assistant prof, Dr. Praveen Kumar Devarbhavi,  Dr. Subir Swar attended  RSSDI, 2015 Kolkata

    3.      Prof. Dr. A.K.Basu, Head Of Department, Dr. Animesh Maiti, Associate prof.Dr. Anirban Sinha, Assistant prof, Dr. Subir swar, Dr. Praveen Kumar Devarbhavi, Dr. Neeraj Sinha, Dr. Tapas Chandra Das attended ADA-UPDATE’ 2016, Kolkata

    4.      Prof. Dr. A.K.Basu, Head Of Department, Dr. Animesh Maiti, Associate prof. Dr. Anirban Sinha, Assistant prof, Dr. Subir Swar, Dr. Praveen Kumar Devarbhavi, Dr. Neeraj Sinha, Dr. Tapas Chandra Das attended ITSCON 2016 Kolkata.

    5.      Prof. Dr. A.K.Basu, Head Of Department, Dr. Animesh Maiti, Associate prof. Dr. Anirban Sinha, Assistant prof, Dr. Subir swar, Dr. Praveen Kumar Devarbhavi, Dr. Neeraj Sinha, Dr. Tapas Chandra Das attended ESICON’2016, Delhi.

     

                                           Year-wise PG Student in the Department

     

    POST doctoral

    DDTC

    Passed

    3rd  yr

    2ndyr

    1st yr

    Passed

    2nd yr

    1st yr

    2

    2

    2

    2

    4

    nil

    2

    PART –IV

    General Departmental facilities:

    ·         Total no. of beds in the department – 10

    ·         No. of Units in the department – 1

     

     

                                                        PART – V

                                        Available Clinical Material :

     

    Diabetic clinic (Mon, Fri)

    New

    Old

    Total

    M

    F

    T

    M

    F

    T

    M

    F

    T

    6225

    6865

    13,090

    6672

    7036

    13,708

    12,897

    13,901

    26,798

    Endocrine clinic (Wed, Thu)

    New

    Old

    Total

    M

    F

    T

    M

    F

    T

    M

    F

    T

    1488

    4202

    5690

    1410

    2200

    3610

    2898

    6402

    9300

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    ENT

    PART I: DEPARTMENTAL NEWS

    GENERAL

    The department of ENT conducted the DNB Final (oral and practical) Examination on the 3rd and 4th June, 2016, along with two other centers at Chandigarh and Thiruvananthapuram.

    The ENT Department conducted 4 cochlear implant surgeries this year under the Revised ADIP Scheme, run by the Government of India.

    Prof. (Dr.) Ramanuj Sinha served as Examiner in the DNB Final Examination at Central Command Hospital, Lucknow, in January, and at BLY Nair Hospital, Mumbai, in December.

    Prof. (Dr.) Subrata Mukhopadhyay served as the External Examiner in the Post-Graduate (MS) Examination in Silchar Medical College (under the Silchar University of Health Sciences), where the MCI Inspection was being conducted simultaneously.

    Dr. Saumik Das, Associate Professor, served as the Examiner in the undergraduate examinations held at the Sagore Dutta Medical College and Hospital, Kolkata, in January, at the Regional Institute of Medical Sciences, Imphal, in June, and at Fakruddin Ali Ahmed Medical College at Barpota, Assam, in December.

    Dr. Asok Kumar Saha, Associate Professor, served as the External Examiner in the undergraduate examinations at the Medinipur Medical College, Paschim Medinipur, in January and June; at B. N. Mondal University Madepura, MGM Medical College, in February; at Chhattisgarh Institute of Medical Sciences, Bilaspur, in February; at Gauhati Medical College under Gauhati University and Srimanta Sankaradan University of Health Sciences, Gauhati, in December; and was appointed for appraiser duty at the NEET PG Examination, held at Edu Surg Pride, Newtown, Rajarhat, in December.

    Dr. Asok Kumar Saha, Associate Professor, wrote a comprehensive textbook providing didactics and surgical procedures in otology, titled “Otology and Middle Ear Surgery”, published by Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd., in January.

    Dr. Diptanshu Mukherjee was promoted to the post of Assistant Professor in February.

    B) PRIZES AND ACHIEVEMENTS

    Dr. Sanjay Kumar Ghosh, ex-Senior Resident, passed the DNB Final Examination.

    Dr. Saikat Samaddar was awarded the best post-graduate trainee among the MS students (examinee batch).

     

    PART II: ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES

    Number of seminars held in the department: 51

    NEW THESIS WORKS SUBMITTED

    Dr. Sarvesh Azgaonkar: Incidence of Anatomical Variations of Nose and Paranasal Sinuses in Patients of Chronic Rhinosinusitis - An Observational Cross-sectional study.

    Dr. Rajasik Raha: A Clinicopathological Study on Nodular Goitre of Thyroid with Special Reference to Ultrasonography and the Bethesda Reporting System of Thyroid Cytopathology.

    Dr. Titas Kar: Role of Otoendoscopy in Decision-making in the Management of Chronic Otitis Media.

    D. Sujash Banerjee: Evaluation of Clinical, Endoscopic and Radiological Status after Endoscopic Sinus Surgery in Refractory Chronic Rhinosinusitis.

    C) PUBLICATIONS

    1) Dutta M, Ghatak S, Sinha R. Granulomatous ulcers of the nose and oropharynx: Lupus vulgaris revisited. Ear Nose Throat J 2016; 95(2): E49-51.

    2) Dutta M, Chatterjee I. A lesson learnt: retrospection in a case of pilomatricoma mimicking as parotid neoplasm. Einstein (Sao Paulo) 2016; 14(1): 104-5.

    Jotdar A, Dutta M, Kundu S, Ghosh B, Chatterjee I. Surgically repaired esophagus: An anchor pad for foreign bodies. Egyptian Journal of Ear, Nose, Throat and Allied Sciences 2016; 17: 7-10.

    Dutta M, Kundu S, Roy S, Mukhopadhyay S. Lipoblastomatosis of the Retropharyngeal Space: Pathogenesis, Presentation, and Management, with a Focus on Head-neck Lipoblastoma(toses). Acta Otorhinolaryngol Belgica (B-ENT) 2016; 12(1): 33-9.

    Dutta M, Ghatak S, Roy S, Sinha R. Naso-oropharyngeal choristoma (hairy polyps) in adults: A new case, and review of the literature. Acta Otorrinolaringol Esp 2016; 67(2): e9-12.

    Mitra AN, Das S, Sinha R, Aggarwal N, Chakravorty S. Sporotrichosis of Maxillary Sinuses in a Middle Aged Female Patient from Rural Area of Eastern India. J Clin Diagn Res 2016; 10(3): DD01-2.

    Sinha R, Aggarwal N, Dutta M. Isolated osteoma of the sphenoid sinus. Acta Otorrinolaringol Esp 2016 May 17. doi: 10.1016/j.otorri.2016.02.011. [Epub ahead of print]

    Saha AK, Samaddar S, Das S, Mondal A, Guha RP. Traumatic Pseudoaneurysm in Head Neck Region. J Evd Based Med Health C 2016; 3(22)

    9) Aggarwal N, Dutta S, Choudhury A, Sinha R. Large Neurilemmoma of Buccal Mucosa in a Child – A Rare Entity. Bengal Journal of Otolaryngology and Head Neck Surgery 2016; 24(1): 39-42.

    10) Samaddar S, Mukherjee D, Nandi A, Mandal SS, Roy N, Sanyal S, Banerjee S, Bandyopadhyay SN. Recurrent Acute Tonsillitis, The 'Core' Issue. Bengal Journal of Otolaryngology and Head Neck Surgery 2016; 24(1): 1-6.

    11) Narjinary R, Samaddar S, Ghosh S, Bandyopadhyay SN. An Arrow Penetrating the Globe and the Sinonasal Complex. Bengal Journal of Otolaryngology and Head Neck Surgery 2016; 24(1): 32-5.

    12) Ghosh SK, Chaudhury A. An uncommon experience during removal of a foreign body from ear of a child. Bengal Journal of Otolaryngology and Head Neck Surgery 2016; 24(1): 47-8.

    13) Dutta M, Roy K. Epithelioid hemangioendothelioma of tongue presenting as a papilloangioma in a pregnant woman. Ear Nose Throat J 2016; 95(8): E43-5.

    14) Dutta S, DasBiswas K, Ghatak S, Halder D, Sen I, Sinha R. Postoperative hypofunctioning of the thyroid gland after total laryngectomy. Ear Nose Throat J 2016; 95(8): E23-E27.

    15) Dutta S, Halder D, Dutta M, Barik S, DasBiswas K, Sinha R. Socio-demographic Correlates of Rhinosporidiosis: A Hospital-Based Epidemiologic Study in Purulia, India. Indian J Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2016; October; E-pub ahead of print. DOI: 10.1007/s12070-016-1022-0

    16) Jotdar A, Dutta M, Kundu S. Nasopharynx- The Secret Vault for Lost Foreign Bodies of the Upper Aerodigestive Tract. Iranian J Otorhnolaryngol 2016; 28(6): 431-3.

    17) Dutta M. The ectopic accessory parotid system with congenital cheek fistula: An overview and current update. Laryngoscope 2016 Nov 12. doi: 10.1002/lary.26343. [Epub ahead of print]

    18) Dutta S, Aggarwal N, Dutta M, Ghosh SK, Sinha R. Extracalvarial Meningioma in the Parapharyngeal Space: Presentation, Diagnosis and Management. J Clinical Diagn Res 2016;  10(12): MD03-05.

    19) Pal K, Chakraborty D, Kundu S, Mukhopadhyay S. Collaural Fistula: A Case Report. Bengal Journal of Otolaryngology and Head Neck Surgery 2016; 24(3): 157-60.

    D) FACULTIES ATTENDING CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS

    Prof. (Dr.) Ramanuj Sinha participated as delegate/speaker in the Cochlear Implant Workshop, organized by Dr. S. P. Dubey, Editor-in-Chief of the Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head-Neck Surgery, at the Divya Advanced ENT Clinic, Bhopal, in May. Prof. (Dr.) Sinha also served as the Speaker in the 4th Otology Workshop at Ranigang in November.

    Prof. (Dr.) Saumendra Nath Bandyopadhyay served as the Modertor in the 9th MIDAOICON at B. R. Singh Hospital in November, participated in the 4th Otology Workshop at Ranigang in November, and served as the Speaker in the CME Programme of the Ex-Students’ Association, R. G. Kar Medical College in December.

    3) Dr. Saumik Das, Associate Professor, attended the 3rd Annual Conference of the Indian Academy of Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery in August, ISOCON in November, MIDAOICON in November.

    4) Dr. Asoke Kumar Saha, Associate Professor, attended the 68th Annual Conference of the Association of Otolaryngologists of India, organized by AOI Gurgaon and AOI Haryana, at Gurgaon, in January; and also the 3rd Annual Conference of the Indian Academy of Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery in August.

    5) The faculties participated at the workshop on Otology in Birati, Kolkata in September, with Dr. H. Vijayendra as Guest Faculty..

    6) Dr. Mainak Dutta, RMO-cum-Clinical Tutor, attended the workshop on FESS and Skull-base surgery at AIIMS, Patna, in April.

    E) STUDENTS PASSED

    MS: Dr. Arijit Jotdar, Dr. Raju Mandal, Dr. Prasanna Datta, Dr. Avijit Chowdhury, Dr. Tamoghna Jana

    DLO: Dr. Richard Narjinary

    F) GENERAL DEPARTMENTAL FACILITIES

    Number of beds: 60 (Male = 35; Female = 25)

    Number of units: 3

    ENT Facilities available:  Cochlear Implant Surgery

                             Pure Tone Audiometry (PTA)

                             Hearing Aid Trial

                             Tympanometry

                             BERA (in Neuromedicine Department)

                             Oto-acoustic Emission (OAE)

                             Speech Therapy and Hearing Rehabilitation

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

     

     

    FSM

    Part-I Departmental News

    B.      Any significant performance/ improvement of the department in 2016

    1.   Thorough renovation work for establishment of upgraded and modern mortuary complex at Kolkata Police Morgue.

    2.   Regular analysis in the histopathological laboratory of the department is going on as a part of postgraduate curriculum and research work.

    3.   Civil and Electrical renovation work of  the departmental building.

    C.      Any special event/ performance/ occurrence of the Department                                                                                

                           i.            Prof. (Dr.) B. Sukul represented West Bengal in Regional Workshop on “Guidelines & Protocols- Medicolegal Care of Victims/ Survivors of Sexual Violence”.

                          ii.            Regular lecture class taken by Prof. (Dr.) B. Sukul as Induction Training Programme among BMOH/ newly recruited Medical Officers and other doctors throughout the year.

                         iii.            Prof. (Dr.) B. Sukul attended meeting regularly at Swasthya Bhavan as a member of authorization committee in relation to Transplantation of Human Organs Act.

                        iv.            Dr. Chandan Bandyopadhyay conducted training as resource person and Visiting  lecturer at Central Detective Training School, among police personnel.

    PART – II

       Academic activities

    D.      Number of Seminars held

                    30 (Thirty) - Presented by PG students and faculties

    E.       Number  & Name of Research going on in the department (other than PG thesis)

    1.       Estimation of sex and stature from hand dimension by Sujash Biswas

    2.       Relation between body weight, body length and visceral weight- an autopsy based study by Chandan Bandyopadhyay and Sujash Biswas

    3.       Correlation of chronological age and age estimated by odontological and radiological methods by Dr. Chandan Bandyopadhyay and Prof. Biswajit Sukul.

    F.       PAPER PUBLISHED IN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL

    1.       Bandyopadhyay C, Bhattacharya C, Bandyopadhyay A, Biswas S, Sinha T, Das A. Detection of an anterior mediastinal mass by autopsy and its diagnosis as Thymic lymphoma- an extremely rare case. IJIRR(2015);2(1):331-334

    2.       Bandyopadhyay C, Biswas S, Biswas S, Roy S, Sukul B. Autopsy Unveiled the Mystery of Death of an Elderly Female Due to Minor Degree Burn Injury. IJFP(2015);3(4):110-112

    G.     Paper Published in Indexed Journal            

    3.       Bandyopadhyay C, Biswas S, Biswas S, Mandal S, Sukul B. Histopathological changes in adrenal glands in a case of severe burn injury. Medicolegal Update (2016);16(1)

    4.       Biswas S, Bandyopadhyay C, Shee B, Biswas S, Roy Shobhan, Das A. Drowning case turned to be homicide with sexual assault by meticulous postmortem examination- a case report. IJFMT(2015);9(2):138-140

    5.       Biswas S, Bandyopadhyay C, Biswas S, Dalal D, Roy S. Multiple Violent Suicidal Attempts by One Mentally Ill Person: A Rare Case.. JIAFM;37(3):325-327

    PART – III

    Year-wise PG Students with names in the Department

    Degree

    Passed

    3rd Yr

    2nd Yr

    1st Yr

     

    1.Dr. Koushik Ghosh

    2.Dr. Tapan Mondal

    3.Dr. Sayan Biswas

    4.Dr. Sayandeep Adhya.

    5.Dr. Nitish Kr. Singh

    1.Dr. Bhaskar Seal

    2.Dr. Prasanta Kumar Sarkar

    3. Dr. Bhaskar choudhary.

    4.Dr. Barnali Chakraborty

     1.Dr. Abhishek Chakraborty

    2.Dr. Arnab Ray

    3.Dr. Rama Samaddar

    4. Dr. Michael Biswas

    1. Dr. Deepmalya Sengupta

    2. Dr. Chandan Jha

    3. Dr. Swarup Mondal

    4. Dr. Basudev Mondal

     

     

    OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY

    Academic Activities

     

    1.       Seminars held:


    .    24.02.2016: PCOS.

    .    16.03.2016: Thyroid disorders in pregnancy.

    .    07.04.2016: Twin Pregnancy.

    .    29.04.2016: Benign & Premalignant lesions of Cervix

    .    16.05.2016: Cardiac diseases in Pregnancy.

    .    30.05.2016: Genital Urinary fistula.

    .    07.06.2016: Anou Association of Ovary Spacing Hysterectomy on ovarian reserve.

    .   14.06.2016: Abnormalities of

    .   29.06.2016: Menopause.

    .   22.07.2016: Caesarean Section.

    .   08.08.2016: Overactive Bladder.

    .   29.08.2016: ART & IUI.

    .   01.09.2016: Journal Club.

    .   14.09.2016: Case Presentation.

    .   21.09.2016: Wound Healing.

    .   05.10.2016: Case Presentation (Topic: AIS).

    .   25.10.2016: Journal Club.

    .   09.11.2016: Antenatal Inspection.

    .   15.12.2016: Screening of Gynaecological Malignancy


     

    PART-III

    General Department facilities:

    .   Total no. of beds in the department: 292; No. of Units in the department: 6

    PART-IV

    Available Clinic Material:

    Operations

    Major

    Minor

    6150(C`) Caesar +1511(others)

    388

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Medical Gastroenterology

                                                                                Academic activities

    A.      .  Paper Published in Indexed Journal-One                                                                                                                                                                                  Anorexia Nervosa with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder; JAPI ;Jan: 2016

    M.  Name of the person attending any National Conference (with the name of the conference)-                                               ISGCON 2016(Dr. KD Biswas), Kolkata Liver Meeting 2016 (Prof. J Dasgupta, Dr. KD Biswas, Dr. S. Ghosh)                                                               Total no. of beds in the department-8 (Male -4.Female-4)

    PART –V

    In Patients

    Male

    Female

    Total

    29

    33

    62

               

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    INSTITUTE OF HAEMATOLOGY AND BLOOD TRANSFUSION MEDICINE [IHBT]

                                 

    Part-I Departmental News

    A.      Any significant performance/ improvement of the department in 2016

    1. The Department has been enrolled as a prominent centre in Eastern India for participation of training in Haemovigilance Programme of India along with only other two centres of the state.

    2. Training on Blood banking & Blood Safety by WBSAP & CS for Medical Officers held from 16/2/16-18/2/16 attended by 45 delegates

    ·         Trainning for Nursing Staffs held from 1/9/16-3/9/16 attended by 34 delegates.                             

    ·         Tranning of Medical Technologist of BCSU Unit occurred in 2 batch, one from19/9/16-23/9/16 attended by 28 delegates and another batch from21/11/16-25/11/16, attended by 30 delegates.

    B.      Any special event/ performance/ occurrence of the Department

    ·         Blood Donor vigilance programme at Darjeeling in West Bengal along with other North East states of India from 14th to 16th June.

    ·         The Department has conducted the CME, ‘ TRANSFUSION MEDICINE: THE NEXT GENERATION MEDICAL SCIENCE’ on 24th September 2016 in Medical College Auditorium along with BSTM, with participation of 85 delegates across the state. Oral presentations given by eminent speakers from the state also two Practical Workshop was conducted on the following topics:

    1. Wet workshop on Transfusion Reaction workup and Haemovigilance.
    2. Wet workshop on Cryopreservation of Stem cells.

    ·         Participation in the training programme of ‘e-RAKT KOSH’ held in Delhi by Avik Ghosh,

    Medical Technologist from 7th-12th November.

    PART – II

    Academic activities

    A.      Number of Seminars held : 16

    B.      Number  & Name of Workshops : 4

     1. Wet workshop on transfusion reaction workup and haemovigilance

     2. Wet workshop on Cryopreservation of Stem cells

     3. Sensitization Programme on implementation of QMS in Blood Bank at Jharkhand RIMS Ranchi on 5th December was attended by 32 delegates and as resource person Asso. Prof.Prasun Bhattacharya,Dept. of IHBT,MCH.

    4. Sensitization Programme on implementation of QMS in Blood Bank Swasthya Bhawan 14th December was attended by 70 delegates.

    C.      Number  & Name of Conference organized in the department : NIL

    D.      Number & Name of Research completed in the department: Title: An approach to incompatible cross-matched red cells- our experience in a major Regional Blood Transfusion Centre at Kolkata, Eastern India. (Study period-1st Oct-31st March) Principal investigator: Bhattacharya P, Samanta E, Afroza N, Naik A, Biswas R N

    E.       Paper Published in Indexed Journal : 02

    1.Talukdar B,Das S,Chanda S,Choudhury R.R ,P Bhattacharya Safe red cell transfusion, a challenge in Auto-immune Haemolytic Anemia Patient Global journal of Transfusion Medicine 2016; 1(2):78-80

    2. Datta SS, Mukherjee S, Talukder B, Bhattacharya P. Immunoglobulin M ‘Flare’Seen in a Case of Waldenstrom’s Macroglobulinemia: Successfully Managed by Therapeutic Plasma Exchange. Indian Journal of Hematology and Blood Transfusion. 2015:1-4

    I.   Paper presented in National Conference: 03

    ‘Chemiluminescence in Transfusion Transmitted Infections’ by Dr. Prasun Bhattacharya at 41st Annual Conference of ‘Indian society of Transfusion Medicine & Immunohematology’ held at Pune from 27th to 29th August.

    • ‘Hepatitis B in blood donor – the changing scenario’ by Dr. Prasun Bhattacharya at 5th Annual Conference of ‘Indian Society of Transfusion Medicine’ held at Bhopal from 18th to 20th November.
    • ‘Development of anti-D in a D varient lady due to pregnancy induced isoimmunization’-poster presented at Bhopal from 18th to 20th November.

    K.  Name of the Book & the author written/ written a chapter of a book :

    1. Contributer Author of book of ‘Training of Trainers for e-Raktkosh Software tranning & Strengthening of Blood Services’ from NHM, Govt.of India

    2. Contributer Author of book of ‘Strengthening Quality management systems in Blood Banks Training Manual NBTC, NACO’

    3. Contributer Author of Book of ‘Facilitators guide’

    L.   Name of the person attending any International Conference (with the name of the conference):

           Dr. Archana Naik (3rd Year PGT, Dept of I.H.B.T) had attended the 1st Annual conference of Joint Congress of American Association of Blood Banks (AABB) & Asian Association of Transfusion Medicine (AATM) Moving from Transfusion to Cell Therapy: The Way Ahead

    M. Name of the person attending any National Conference (with the name of the conference):

          Dr. Prasun Bhattacharya (Assoc. Prof, Dept. of I.H.B.T), Dr. Eeshita Samanta (2nd Year PGT, Dept. of I.H.B.T), Dr. Durba Biswas (1st Year PGT, Dept. of I.H.B.T) had attended the 5th Annual Conference of ‘Indian Society of Transfusion Medicine’ held at Bhopal 18th to 20th November.

    PART – III

    Year-wise PG Students with names in the Department ((as applicable)

    MD Degree IHBT

    Passed

    3rd Yr

    2nd Yr

    1st Yr

    1.Dr. Debapriya Basu

    1.Dr.Archana Naik

    2.Dr.Rathindranath Biswas

    1.Dr.Nowroz Afroza

    2.Dr. Eeshita Samanta

    1.Dr.Sourav Mukherjee

    2.Dr.Durba Biswas

              PART – IV

    Available Clinical Material:

    Procedures

    Special Investigations

    Major

    Minor

     

    Peripheral Blood Stem Cell hervest-4

    Leucocytopheresis-1

    Single doner platelet collection-148

    Immuohaematological work up-

    1.Antibody Screening-280

    2.DAT-480

    3.ICT-610

    4.Blood Group

    Discripancy-60

    5.Adsorption & Elution-10

    Other Investigation-

    6.Bombay Phenotype-6

    7.Saliva Test-2

     

     

     

     

     

     

    INSTITUTE OF HAEMATOLOGY & TRANSFUSION MEDICINE (IHTM)

    Part-I

    Departmental News

    A.      Any significant performance of the institute in 2014:

    i.            The Stem Cell Transplantation team of IHTM successfully performed their first Autologous Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation (ASCT) for Primary Amyloidosis in December 2016. The Institute has now successfully performed total 13 Autologous transplants till date, the indications including Multiple Myeloma and Plasma Cell Leukemia.

    ii.            IHTM organized the college level, West Bengal state level, and the Eastern zonal levels of the 4th Indian Society of Hematology & Blood Transfusion (ISHBT) Postgraduate Hematology Quiz between July and November 2016. Prof. Maitreyee Bhattacharyya and Dr. Uttam Kumar Nath were the ISHBT Eastern Zonal Coordinators.

    iii.            Continuous training for doctors, medical technologists, counsellors and data entry operators for State Thalassemia Control Program (STCP).

    B.      Any significant improvement of the institute in 2016:

    i.            A 4-bedded, state-of-the-art Bone Marrow Transplantation Unit has been completed in the Institute of Haematology & Transfusion Medicine, 3rd floor, MCH Building, with HEPA-filtered BMT rooms. This new BMT Unit is expected to start functioning in 2017.

    ii.            Institute is providing prenatal diagnosis facilities for thalassaemia and hemoglobinopathies.

    C.      Any special event/performance/occurrence of the institute to be mentioned:

    1. IHTM organized an international CME in Hematology, the 4th “IHTM Haematology Masterclass 2016” featuring renowned national & international speakers, in Medical College, Kolkata on 6th-7th February 2016.
    2. IHTM organized “Workshop on Lymphoma Diagnosis” in Medical College, Kolkata on 5th February 2016; the workshop was conducted by Prof. Debashish Banerjee (Kolkata).

    Part-II

    Academic activities

    A.      Number of Seminars held:  65

    B.      Number & Name of Workshops:

       i.            “Workshop on Lymphoma Diagnosis” held in Medical College, Kolkata on 5th February 2016

      Number & Name of Conference organized in the institute :

                   i.            The 4th “IHTM Haematology Masterclass 2016” held in Medical College, Kolkata on 6th – 7th February 2016.

    C.      Number & Name of Research completed in the institute (Including the Title & persons participated):

                         i.            Diagnostic efficacy of Hemoglobin color scale, digital hemoglobinometer and non-invasive method for screening patients for anemia – Prof. Maitreyee Bhattacharyya

    D.      Number & name of research going on in the institute (Including the Title & persons participated)

    SERIAL NO.

    NAME OF PROPOSAL

    NAME OF PRIMARY RESEARCHER WITH DESIGNATION

    NAME OF RESEARCH GUIDE

    1

    The Role of Hydroxyurea and Valproic Acid in the Management of Severe HbE-β Thalassaemia

    Mrs. Sujana Biswas

    Professor Maitreyee Bhattacharyya

    2.

    Epidemiological study on anemia, Sickle Cell disease and other mutant hemoglobin amongst the tribal community in west Bengal

    Mr. Rudra Roy

    Professor Maitreyee Bhattacharyya

    3.

    Genetic Factors modulating phenotype of non transfusion dependent HbEbeta Thalassaemia

     

    Mrs. Soumita Choudhuri

    Professor Maitreyee Bhattacharyya

    4.

    Evaluation of Endocrine functions in HbE-β Thalassemia patients with special reference to assessment of growth and puberty

     

    Dr. Dipanjan Haldar

    Professor Prantar Chakrabarti

    5.

    Study of Imatinib mesylate and low dose cytarabine versus Imatinib mesylate monotherapy in patients with newly diagnosed Chronic phase Chronic Myeloid Leukemia in tertiary care centre

    Dr. Priyanka Samal

    Dr. Siddhartha Sankar Ray (Associate Professor)

    6.

    Effects of Deferasirox in HbE-beta thalassaemia patients with high and moderate iron burden

    Dr. Debmalya Bhattacharya

    Professor Maitreyee Bhattacharyya

    7.

    To evaluate response and toxicity of Arsenic Trioxide based therapy in Acute Promyelocytic leukaemia

    Dr. Riya Ballikar

    Dr. Uttam Kumar Nath (Associate Professor)

    8.

    A Randomized Prospective Study of High Dose Dexamethasone versus Prednisolone as Frontline Therapy in Newly Diagnosed Pediatric Immune Thrombocytopenia

    Dr. Subham Bhattacharya

    Dr. Siddhartha Sankar Ray (Associate Professor)

    List of ongoing Clinical Trials in IHTM:

    1. Evaluation of the pharmacokinetics, safety and efficacy of a recombinant human Factor IX product in previously treated pediatric subjects with hemophilia B. Protocol Number: IB1001-02.  Protocol Title: Study of Inspiration’s Recombinant Factor IX Product, in Previously Treated Paediatric Subjects with Haemophilia B.

    2. Protocol Number: GP13-301. Protocol Title: A randomized, controlled, double-blind Phase III trial to compare the efficacy, safety and pharmacokinetics of GP2013 plus cyclophosphamide, vincristine, prednisone vs.MabThera® plus cyclophosphamide, vincristine, prednisone, followed by GP2013 or MabThera® maintenance therapy in patients with previously untreated, advanced stage follicular lymphoma.

    E.       Paper published in International Journal

     

    Title of the article

    Name of the Journal in full

    Names of all authors

    1

    Hemophagocytic Syndrome in HIV-Infected Patients: A Prospective Clinicopathological Tertiary Care Centre Study from India.

     Journal of Bone Marrow Research

    (J Bone Marrow Res 2014, 2:153)

    Dr. Uttam Kumar Nath, Dr. Dipanjan Haldar, Prof. Maitreyee Bhattacharyya

    2

    Lenalidomide-Induced Pure Red Cell Aplasia.

    Turkish Journal of Hematology

    (Turk J Haematol March 2014    volume 31, issue 1:page 99-100)

    Prof. Maitreyee Bhattacharyya

    3

     

    Synchronous fluorescence based one step optical method for assessing oxidative stress and its dependence on serum ferritin.

    Analytical Methods Journal published by the Royal Society of Chemistry, United Kingdom

    (Anal Methods, 2014;6:6228).

    Prof. Maitreyee Bhattacharyya

    F.       Paper published in Indexed Journal:

    Thyroid abscess in case of Pre B acute lymphoblastic leukaemia: a rare presentation.

    BMJ Case Rep. 2016 Nov 29;2016. pii: bcr2016216523. doi: 10.1136/bcr-2016-216523. PMID: 27899386

    Kalantri SA, Datta S, Maitra D, Bhattacharyya M.

    Concomitant occurrence of multiple myeloma with diffuse large B-cell lymphoma.

    Indian J Pathol Microbiol. 2016 Jul-Sep;59(3):427-8. doi: 10.4103/0377-4929.188110. No abstract available.

    Mitra S, Mukherjee S, Mehta J, Bhattacharyya M, Chakraborty H.

    Loss of CD20 expression in relapsed diffuse large b-cell lymphoma: Clinical significance of an uncommon pathological finding.

    Indian J Pathol Microbiol. 2016 Apr-Jun;59(2):263-5. doi: 10.4103/0377-4929.182026. No abstract available

    Mitra S, Mukherjee S, Bhattacharyya M, Chakraborty H.

    Importance of Additional Mutation Analysis in Chorionic Villous Sample for Prenatal Diagnosis of Thalassemia.

    Blood, 126(23), 4572-4572.

    Choudhuri, S., Bhattacharyya, M., Sen, A., Bhattacharyya, D., & Ray, S. S.

    IgG Lambda Myeloma Presenting as Plasmacytic Ascites: Case Report and Review of Literature.

    Indian J Hematol Blood Transfus. 2015 Dec; 31(4):472-9. doi: 10.1007/s12288-014-0454-5. PMID: 26306073

    Mitra S, Mukherjee S, Chakraborty H, Bhattacharyya M.

    Does Profile of Hemoglobin Eβ-thalassemia Patients Change After Splenectomy? Experience of a Tertiary Thalassemia Care Centre in Eastern India.

    Indian J Hematol Blood Transfus. 2015 Dec;31(4):446-52. doi: 10.1007/s12288-014-0498-6.

    PMID: 26306069

    Mandal PK, Ghosh MK, Bhattacharyya M.

    Effectiveness of Prenatal Screening for Hemoglobinopathies in a Developing Country.

    Hemoglobin. 2015;39(6):380-3. doi: 10.3109/03630269.2014.1003564.

    PMID: 25970198 Similar articles

    Choudhuri S, Sen A, Ghosh MK, Misra S, Bhattacharyya M.

    Myeloproliferative neoplasms working group consensus recommendations for diagnosis and management of primary myelofibrosis, polycythemia vera, and essential thrombocythemia.

     

    Indian J Med Paediatr Oncol. 2015 Jan-Mar;36(1):3-16. doi: 10.4103/0971-5851.151770.

    PMID: 25810569

    Agarwal MB, Malhotra H, Chakrabarti P, Varma N, Mathews V, Bhattacharyya J, Seth T, Gayathri K, Menon H, Subramanian PG, Sharma A, Bhattacharyya M, Mehta J, Vaid AK, Shah S, Aggarwal S, Gogoi PK, Nair R, Agarwal U, Varma S, Prasad SV, Manipadam MT.

    Micro-organisms Associated with Febrile Neutropenia in Patients with Haematological Malignancies in a Tertiary Care Hospital in Eastern India.

    Indian J Hematol Blood Transfus. 2015 Mar;31(1):46-50. doi: 10.1007/s12288-014-0393-1.

    PMID: 25548444

    Mandal PK, Maji SK, Dolai TK, De R, Dutta S, Saha S, Bhattacharyya M.

    Simultaneous dual pathology in lymph node.

     

    Mediterr J Hematol Infect Dis. 2014 Jun 1;6(1):e2014036. doi: 10.4084/MJHID.2014.036. No abstract available.

    PMID: 24959333 Free PMC Article

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    Mandal PK, Sarkar S, Ghosh MK, Bhattacharyya M.

    Lenalidomide-induced pure red cell aplasia.

     

    Turk J Haematol. 2014 Mar;31(1):99-100. doi: 10.4274/Tjh.2013.0207. No abstract available.

    PMID: 24764740

    Dolai TK, Dutta S, Mandal PK, Saha S, Bhattacharyya M.

    B cell suppression in newborn following treatment of pregnant diffuse large B-cell lymphoma patient with rituximab containing regimen.

    Indian J Pediatr. 2014 Oct;81(10):1092-4. doi: 10.1007/s12098-013-1336-9.

    PMID: 24562617

    Mandal PK, Dolai TK, Bagchi B, Ghosh MK, Bose S, Bhattacharyya M.

    Successful pregnancy outcome in a patient of chronic myeloid leukemia without therapy.

    J Obstet Gynaecol India. 2011 Oct;61(5):565-6. No abstract available.

    PMID: 23024532

    Roychowdhury J, Bhattacharyya M, Kumar Kundu A, Panfalia M.

    Diagnostic yield of bone marrow examination in HIV associated FUO in ART naïve patients.

    J Infect Public Health. 2010;3(3):124-9. doi: 10.1016/j.jiph.2010.07.006.

    PMID: 20869673

    Pande A, Bhattacharyya M, Pain S, Ghosh A, Samanta A.

    Hemophagoctic lymphohistiocytosis--recent concept.

    J Assoc Physicians India. 2008 Jun;56:453-7. Review.

    PMID: 18822626

    Bhattacharyya M, Ghosh MK.

    Hypercoagulable state in five thalassemia intermedia patients.

     

    Clin Appl Thromb Hemost. 2007 Oct;13(4):422-7. PMID: 17911195

    Bhattacharyya M, Kannan M, Chaudhry VP, Mahapatra M, Pati H, Saxena R

    Extramedullary hematopoiesis in a case of E-beta thalassaemia presenting as a hypogastric mass.

    .

    J Assoc Physicians India. 2007 Jun;55:433. No abstract available.

    PMID: 17879497

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    Bhattacharyya M, Sadhu A, Ghosh MK

    Therapy-related acute promyelocytic leukemia after treatment of carcinoma breast--a case report.

    Indian J Pathol Microbiol. 2006 Apr;49(2):251-4. Review.

    PMID: 16933728

    Bhattacharyya M, Chatterjee T, Panigrahi I, Kannan M, Choudhry VP, Mahapatra M, Saxena R.

    Spectrum of inherited bleeding disorders in Indians.

     

    Clin Appl Thromb Hemost. 2005 Jul;11(3):325-30.

    PMID: 16015418

    Gupta M, Bhattacharyya M, Choudhry VP, Saxena R.

    Beta2 glycoprotein 1 in Indian patients with SLE.

     

     

    Clin Appl Thromb Hemost. 2005 Apr;11(2):223-6.

    PMID: 15821830

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    Bhattacharyya M, Kannan M, Biswas A, Kumar A, Saxena R.

     

    G.     Paper presented/accepted in International Conference:

    i.            Prof. Maitreyee Bhattacharyya. Presented paper on “Phenotypic heterogeneity of HbE-beta thalassaemia & its correlation with HbE level.” in the Annual Conference of American Society of Haematology (ASH) on 6th Dec 2014 held in San Francisco, USA.

    ii.            Prof. Maitreyee Bhattacharyya. Invited by “Aplastic Anemia & MDS International Foundation” to give a lecture on “Aplastic Anemia in the developing world.” in the 4th Bone Marrow Failure Disease Scientific Symposium on 27th-28th March 2014, in Rockville, Marryland, USA.

    iii.            Dr. Dipanjan Haldar, Dr. U.K.Nath, Prof. P.Chakrabarti, Dr. S.S.Roy, Dr. Sambit Samanta, Dr. Dibyendu De. “Progressive Multiple Myeloma in the era of ‘Novel Agents’: Have we progressed yet? An experience in a tertiary care institute from India.” Accepted for Oral Presentation in 1st World Congress on controversies in Multiple Myeloma Bangkok, Thailand 2014.

    iv.            Dr. Dipanjan Haldar, Dr. P.Bhaumik, Dr. U.K.Nath, Prof. P.Chakrabarti, Dr. S.S.Ray, Dr. Sambit Samanta, et al. Hemophagocytic syndrome in HIV-Infected patients: A prospective tertiary care centre study from India. Accepted for Oral Presentation by Histiocyte Society 2014.

    H.      Paper presented in National Conference:

    i.            Prof. Maitreyee Bhattacharyya: Invited by Indian Society of Haematology & Blood Transfusion (ISHBT) to deliver a lecture on “Management issues in thalassaemia” in Haematocon 2014, the 55th Annual Conference of ISHBT held in Hyderabad (November 2014).

    ii.            Dr. Priyanka Samal, Study of Imatinib mesylate and low dose cytarabine versus Imatinib mesylate monotherapy in patients with newly diagnosed chronic phase Chronic myeloid leukemia in tertiary care centre; Oral presentation in Haematocon 2014, Hyderabad.

    iii.            Dr. Dibyendu De, Dr. Uttam K. Nath, Dr. S. S. Ray, Prof. M. Bhattacharyya. Disseminated Histoplasmosis in immuno-competent individuals - a single centre experience from a tertiary care hospital in eastern India; Poster presentation in Haematocon 2014, Hyderabad.

    iv.            Dr. Dibyendu De, Dr. Subham Bhattacharya, Dr. U.K Nath, Dr. S. S. Ray, Prof. M Bhattacharya, Prof P. Chakrabarti. Early vasomotor dysfunction and subclinical atherosclerosis in patients of E β thalassemia; Poster presentation in Haematocon 2014, Hyderabad.

    v.            Dibyendu De, Dr. Uttam K. Nath, Prof. P. Chakrabarti, Prof. M. Bhattacharyya. Disseminated Histoplasmosis in immuno-competent individuals - a single centre experience from a tertiary care hospital in eastern India; Poster presentation in 1st Mycocon 2014, Kolkata.

    vi.            Dr. Dibyendu De, Dr. Uttam Nath, Prof. P. Chakrabarti, Dr. Priyanka Samal. Secondary CML: a rare disease entity; 2nd ACE meet, 2014, Mumbai.

    vii.            Haldar D, Nath UK, Chakrabarti P, Roy SS, Samanta S, Bhattacharyya M. Individual donor nucleic acid testing for transfusion safety in Thalassemia in a tertiary care hospital from Eastern India. Poster presentation in Haematocon 2014.

    viii.            Bhattacharyya D, Haldar D, Nath UK, Bhattacharyya M. Rare association of osteogenesis imperfecta with Haematological diseases. Poster presentation in Haematocon 2014.

    ix.            Dr. Riya Ballikar: Case Presentation “HLH- an unusual presentation” in the International Update Meeting of Orissa Haematology Society in Cuttack, Odisha in September 2014.

    I.        Paper presented in State Conference:

       i.            Prof. Maitreyee Bhattacharyya: Srimanta Chatterjee Oration organized by BSOG. “ Thalassaemia & obstretics – journey towards a better tomorrow”

     ii.            Dr. Debmalya Bhattacharyya: Case presentation in the monthly Clinical Meeting of Bengal Society of Hematology.

    iii.            Dr. Riya Ballikar: Case presentation in the monthly Clinical Meeting of Bengal Society of Hematology.

    J.        Name of the book & the author written/written a chapter of a book:

    i.            Prof. Maitreyee Bhattacharyya: Treatment Free Remission in CML. Haematology Today 2014.

    ii.            Prof. Maitreyee Bhattacharyya: Inherited Bone Marrow Failure Syndrome. IAP text book of Pediatrics.

    iii.            Prof. Prantar Chakrabarti, Dr. Meet Kumar, Dr. Dipanjan Haldar. Thalassaemia Intermedia: When should we splenectomise? Haematology Today 2015 (Accepted for publication)

    K.      Name of the person attending any International Conference (with the name of the conference):

       i.            Annual Conference of American Society of Haematology (ASH) 2014 : Prof. Maitreyee Bhattacharyya

     ii.            EHA- European Hematology Association Meet 2014

    L.       Name of the person attending any National Conference (with the name of the conference):

       i.            Attended Haematocon 2016, the 57th Annual Conference of Indian Society of Haematology & Blood Transfusion (ISHBT) held in Jaipur (November 2016): Prof. M.Bhattacharyya, Dr. S.S.Ray, Dr. Arijit Nag, Dr. Sumit Mitra, Dr. Asif Iqbal

     ii.            Attended Eastern Hematogy group 2016 held in Patna, Prof. M.Bhattacharyya,

    iii.            Attended EHA-ISHBT Joint Symposium held in Mumbai

    Diagnostic Approach to hemoglobinopathy Kolkata

                                             iv.            Management of Thrombocytic

                                              v.            Hepatic Coagulopathy – Mumbai

                                             vi.            MDS – Therapeutic approach – MDS meeting – Kolkata

                                           vii.            DLBPL Management

     

    Part-III

    Year –wise PG Students in the Department

    Post Doctoral

    Passed

    3rd  Yr

    2nd Yr

    1st Yr

    9

    3

    3

    3

    Part-IV

    General Departmental facilities:

    • Total no. of beds in the institute – 27 + 20 (Day Care)   No. of Units in the institute  -  One

    Part-V

    Available Clinical Material:

    • OPD                                                                  Special Clinic

    Name of OPD

    Old

    New

    Total

    Thalassaemia OPD

    10981

    756

    11737

    Haematology OPD

    10364

    4357

    14721

    Name of the clinic

    Old

    New

    Total

    Acute Leukemia Clinic

    170

    65

    235

    Multiple Myeloma Clinic

    110

     

    110

    Hemostasis & ITP Clinic

    345

    60

    405

    Chronic Leukemia Clinic

    2760

    154

    2914

     IPD

    Admission

    Discharge

    Death

     
     

    320

    268

    41

     
    • Special Investigations

    1. Hb HPLC                                               : 15346
    2. Coagulation studies                        : 3786
    3. Platelet function Study                 : 140
    4. BM aspiration                                    : 1628
    5. BM Trephine Biopsy                       : 4255
    6. Prenatal Diagnosis                           : 678
    7. Mutation Study                                               : 157
    8. Serum Ferritin                                   : 552

    MEDICAL ONCOLOGY

    Departmental activities: Patient Care Services

     Patients Registration software was changed in February 2016 & old ticket registration was not done routinely in HMIS –OPD system, till September 2016.

    I) Medical Oncology OPD:

     Wednesday & Saturday at Room no 112 Ground Floor in  New OPD building at gate no 3          ( time  9 AM to 2PM)

     II) SPECIAL CLINICS: Details in the Table for OPDs & Special clinics of Medical College, Hospitals Kolkata

    A.       Monday  – Preventive Oncology (Smoking cessation clinic) Run at Ezra Ground floor in Collaboration with Psychiatry Department, but not yet popular due to poor Motivation

    B.      Monday & Thursday - Palliative Oncology (Pain clinic) Run at Ezra Annexe Building in Collaboration with Anaesthesia Department  as per  WHO pain management guidelines & free supply of Morphine from Hospital Pharmacy.

    C.      Tuesday, Thursday & Friday – Multi Modality Oncology clinics Run at Ezra Annexe Building for diagnostic workup & treatment finalized by Tumor Board on Friday at 12 noon to 2pm at Radiotherapy Seminar Room in Collaboration with Surgical Oncology, Radiation Oncology, Radio diagnosis, Gynecology, ENT, Orthopedics ,Pathology & Onco-pathology Department.( Registration software was changed in February 2016 &clinic wise registration was not done routinely in HMIS –OPD system, since February 2016.

    D.     Day Care Chemotherapy and Transfusion facility located in Ezra Annex Building (Mon-Sat) closed only on Sundays & 8 OPD holidays.                                                                                                      Total Procedures conducted in this facility: 4087;

    E.      Few patients received 2/3 types of therapy

    Intravenous Chemotherapy

    Blood Transfusion

    Intrathecal Chemotherapy

    2099

    129

    75

    Total Admission in this facility –

    Bone Marrow aspiration & Biopsy

     

    Abdominal Paracentesis

     

    Thoracocentesis

     

     Supportive care fluids, antibiotics ,GCSF therapy Investigations like True cut core biopsy in collaboration with Radio diagnosis

    113

    45

    40

    1586

     

    Ii) Indoor: 20 Beds sanctioned (Adequate for DNB Medical Oncology)

                     Green 5th floor Total (10male &4 Female) – 14 Beds lay out.

                     SNM 1st Floor (Pediatric Hematology& Oncology) -20 Beds (proposed)

    Additional 20 cases of Pediatric Cancers are admitted in SNM under Pediatric Medicine Dept who are treated jointly.

     

    iii) Academic activities:

    Seminar / Journal club in the Dept. of Medicine, Paediatrics and Orthopedics: 2pm-4pm

    Clinical case discussion: Friday at Tumor Board at RT Seminar room 12noon-2pm Fridays

     Academic Research Thesis Guidance as Co-guide, (Completed)

    Dr Biswajit Saha(Medicine PGT under Dr R Banerjee) Clinicopathological Study of Mediastinal Mass

    Dr Arka Prava Chakroborty ( -Do-)    Clinicopathological Study of ascitis with Spicial Ref to Malignancy

    Ongoing Drug Research: Biosimilar Bevacizumab Clinical Trial sponsored by HETERO.

     

     Future Academic progress: (Planned)

    Essentiality Certificate for starting DNB courses in Medical Oncology in 2017, already issued by DME (WB)& FNB  Pediatric Hemato- Oncology will be planned once necessary Faculty &  infrastructure is available.

     

    Activities by faculties:

    Dr.Shibashish Bhattacharyya, .Prof. & Head

    Conference attended as Faculty:

    Best of ASCO 2016, Symposium by ISMPO at Hyderabad, as Panelist.

    Asian Clinical Oncology Summit (ACOS) at New Delhi, as Panelist

     

                                                                                        

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Medicine

    Departmental News

    Guest lectures by international faculties:-

    Interactive session by Dr Brian Walker, editor, Davidson’s Textbook 22nd ed.

    Interactive session by Dr Colin Robertson, Editor of Mcleod Textbook of Clinical Medicine  (in association with MCESA)

    PART – II

     

    Academic activities

    Number of Seminars held: 75

    Number & Name of Research going on in the department

    F.  Paper Published in International Journal: As follows

    Paper Published in Indexed Journal: As follows

    1) Mandal SK, Ganguly J, Sil K, Mondal SS, Sardar D, Sarkar P. Renal cell carcinoma with paraneoplastic leucocytosis. J Can Res Ther 2015; 11:660.

    2) Disseminated Histoplasmosis in an immuno- competent Individual. Rathindra Nath Sarkar, Kuntal Bhattacharyya, Adwitiya Das, Partha Sarathi Choudhury, Dibyendu De, Arijit Sarkar. Journal of Communicable Diseases. 2015; 47(2) : 20-22.

    3) Roy S. Kumar V, Bhabe A, Talukdar A et al. Proteomic analysis of Plasmodium falciparum induced alterations in humans from different endemic regions of India to decipher malaria pathogenesis and identify surrogate markers of severity. Journal of Proteomics. 2015. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jprot.2015.04.032.

    4)Chakrabarty A, Mukherjee A, Talukdar P, Talukdar A. Filarial Hydropneumothorax – a strange journey. BMJ Case Reports. 2015; doi:10.1136/bcr-2015-209470.

    5)Kundu S, Parmar V, Roy S, Talukdar A et al. Predicting flow-mediated dilation of brachial artery in systemic lupus erythematosus patients by reproducible and operator-independent inflammatory and immunologic markers and development of a novel score.  Indian J Rheumatol. (2015); http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.injr.2015.07.008.

    6) Sarkar RN, Bhattacharyya K. Comparative study of DAS-28 ESR and DAS-28 CRP among rheumatoid arthritis patients in India.[Accepted for publication in Indian journal of rheumatology].

    7) Ray S, Talukdar A, Khanra D, Karak A et al. Clinicopathological analysis and multipronged quantitative proteomics reveal oxidative stress and cytoskeleton proteins as possible markers for severe vivax malaria. Nature (doi: 10.1038/sep24457)  published on line 19/4/2016

    8) A.Chandra, S.S.Mondal, S.K.mandal et al. Frequency and predictors f Hepatopuimnary syndrome in chronic liver disease patients. NJMRvol6 issue3.275-279. July-sep 2016.

    9) Sarkar RN et al. Floating Aorta sign. JAPI 2016 dec;64

    10)Sarkar RN et al. severe neutropenia caused by prolonged Vancomycin therapy. JAPI 2016 Nov; 64: 103

    11) Sarkar RN et al. Hemorrhagic bulla in Skin as first manifestation of SLE. JAPI Nov 2016; 64

    12)Sarkar RN et al. CA-125 testing in ascites in females: a red herring. JAPI 2016 Aug; 64

    Paper presented in International Conference

    Prof. RN Sarkar et al: APLAR conference, 2016 September, Beijing. Efficacy and safety of Adalimumab biosimilar in ankylosing spondylitis

    Paper presented in National Conference 

    Prof R N Sarkar: Rational use of DMARDs in pregnancy and lactation, APICON 2016-17

    Prof. RN Sarkar: retrospective study of infliximab in ankylosing spondylitis. IRACON 2016

    Name of the Book & the author written/ written a chapter of a book

    API medicine update 2016-17: Rational use of DMARDs in pregnancy and lactation. Authors: Prof RN Sarkar, Dr Chandan Das

    Name of the person attending any National Conference (with the name of the conference)       

    Prof RN Sarkar and most other faculties attended APICON 2016, IRACON 2016, APLAR 2016, IACMCON 2016.    

    N. special awards:

    Prof. RN Sarkar: conferred FRCP (Edin.) September, 2016

    Special Clinic:

    Rheumatology clinic: Wed, Fri

    Geriatric clinic: Saturday

    Fever clinic: Monday to Saturday

     

                        

    CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY

    Papers published:

    1.      Characterization of blavim & Blaimp in Imepenem Non-Susceptible Multidrug esistantpseudomonas Aeruginosa in A Tertiary Care Hospital in Eastern India by Anita Nandi, Basudev Bhattachrya, Reena Ghosh (Ray), Aditi Sen, Niloy Chatterjee

    2.      A Sentinel Surveillance Study on the Prevalence of Hepatitis B Infection in a Tertiary Care Hospital in Eastern India  Atreyi Chakraborty, Sampurna Biswas Pramanik, Debajyoti Singha Roy, Soma Sarkar, Manideepa Sengupta, Anita Nandi (Mitra)

    3.      A Retrospective Study on the Sero-prevalence of Hepatitis C Infection in a Tertiary Care Hospital in Kolkata, India  Atreyi Chakraborty, Sampurna Biswas Pramanik, Debajyoti Singha Roy,  Soma Sarkar, Mayukh Chakraborty and Anita Nandi (Mitra)

    4.      A Study of Prevalence of Different species of Malassezia Causing Pityriasis Versicolor and Seasonal Variation as Predisposing Factor in a Tertiary Care Hospital in Kolkata  Sampurna Biswas Pramanik, Atreyi Chakraborty, Anita Nandi (Mitra), Maitrayee Banerjee, Rina Ghosh, Manas Bandopadhyay

    5.      Can EDTA Change MRSA into MSSA? A Future Prospective! Sonia Jain, Manideepa SenGupta, Soma Sarkar, Sougata Ghosh,  Anita Nandi (Mitra), Anuradha Sinha, Sriparna ChaKravroty

    6.      Sporotrichosis of Maxillary Sinuses in a Middle Aged Female Patient from Rural Area of Eastern India. AnitA nAndi (MitrA), SAuMik dAS, rAMAnuj SinhA, neerAj AggArwAl, SripArnA ChAkrAvorty

    7.      EVALUATION OF VARIOUS PHENOTYPIC METHODS FOR DETECTION OF CARBAPENEMASE PRODUCTION IN CARBAPENEM RESISTANT GRAM NEGATIVE BACTERIA.   Sriparna Chakravorty, Soma Sarkar, Manideepa SenGupta, Anita Nandi (Mitra), Sonia Jain,   Arunansu Talukdar

    8.      RATIONAL CHOICE OF ANTIBIOTICS FOR WOUND INFECTION: A GUIDE FOR THE CLINICIANS  Amit Kumar Majumdar, Soma Sarkar, Ranadeep Ghosh, Jayashree Konar, Mrinmoy Pathak, Manideepa Sen Gupta,  Susmita Bhattacharya, Anita Nandi

    9.      Identification of mazEF Toxin – Antitoxin system and biofilm formation in clinical isolates of MRSA isolated from Eastern India. Sonia Jain, Manideepa SenGupta, Anuradha Sinha Soma Sarkar

    ·         Author of book titled “Practicals in Microbiology” Dr. Manideepa SenGupta

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Neurology

    Part-I

    Departmental News

    Any significant performance/improvement of the department in 2016 

    Introduction of new Nihon Kohden Electrophysiology machine AND EEG machine (Clarity)* which has resulted in improvement of electrophysiology services

    Thrombolytic Therapy for Acute Ischemic Stroke Started for the first time in Medical College, Kolkata.26 patients has been thrombolysed in 2016. (highest among all the Medical Colleges in West Bengal)

    Part-II

    Academic activities

    Number of Seminars held:  Seminars- 47, Journal Club- 45, Clinical meeting- 48.

     Number and Name of Workshops organized in the Department :

    1) DEMENTIA Workshop

    2) Neuromuscular Workshop

    3) Neurosonology

    C. Paper published in indexed journal – 3

    1) Shruti Mishra, Kishalay Karan, Dipanwita Nag, Prosenjit Sengupta. Adult onset Niemann-Pick Type C disease:Two different presentations. Neurol India.2016,Sep-Oct;64(5):1044-7

    2) Chetana Sen,Sandip Pal, Prasenjit Sengupta, Asutosh Pal, Jacky Ganguly, Chiranjib Das, Debasish Basu. Sanjad-Sakati syndrome, Beyond the Middle East. Indian Journal of Cerebral Palsy.2016,Vol:2, Issue:1,54-57

    3) Kalyan B.Bhattacharyya,Arijit Roy, Ashutosh Pal. Sporadic and familial myoclonic dystonia : Report of three cases and review of literature. Ann Indian Acad Neural .2016 Apr-Jun ; 19(2) : 258-260.

       D.  Paper presented in national conference-2

          a) Assessment of Cognitive function in different types of Vascular dementia in hospital based setting. --- Presenter Dr.Jacky Ganguly( 3rd yr DM resident)in IANCON,2016.

     b) Paroxysmal Hemicrania – A Masquerador of Epidermoid  tumour – presenter Dr. Chetana  Sen(2nd yr DM resident)  in ANEICON-2016.

        E.  Name of the person attending any National Conference

    Prof Debasis Basu, Prof. Sandip Pal, Dr.Prasenjit Sengupta, Dr Asutosh Pal

    i)IANCON, II) ANEICON,iii)WORLD STROKE CONGRESS, iv)NEUROMUSCULAR UPDATE, v) NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON HEADACHE

    PART –III

    Students passed (POST DOCTORAL, PG DEGREE, PG DIPLOMA and Others) in the Department

    Dr. Chiranjib Das passed DM (Neuro)

    Saroni Ghosh passed DNEP

    Payel Mondal passed DNEP

    PART-IV

    General Departmental facilities:

    Total no. of beds in the department -20

    No of Units in the department -   1

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    NEUROSUGERY

    Part-I Departmental News

    Any significant performance/ improvement of the department in 2016

    1.   C-Arm X-Ray – arrived at the March

    2.   Neurosugical grade bipolar diathermy arrived at the same time.

    3.   Electrical operated craniotome & drill available to the department.

     

    PART – II Academic activities

      Number of Seminars held: 4

      Name of the person attending any National Conference (with the name of the conference)

              Dr Kanchan Sarkar Chakravarty & Dr Sandip Pal,Dr Chirantan Banerjee attended National conference held at Kolkata by Neuro Spinal Society of India.

              Dr Sandip Pal attended Annual conference of Neurosurgical Society of India held at Shillong

              Dr Chirantan Banerjee attended Annual conference of Neurological Society of India held at Chennai.

    Paper published in Indexed Journal: Dr S Pal .Dr G Basu ,DrK S Chakravarty,Dr C Banerjee, S Pal.’Relation of coagulopathy in traumatic cerebral contusion  and  hemorrhagic progression: A two year prospective study.IOSR-JDMS,2016;15(12-8):68-71.  

    PART – III Year-wise PG Students with names in the Department ((as applicable): NIL

    PART – IV General Departmental facilities:

     

    1.       Total no. of beds in the department : 10 ( Male -7; Female -3) We got 2 male beds from sep 2016  and that add upto 10.

    No. of Units in the department. :- No unit has been formed.

    PART – V Available Clinical Material:

    OPD : 4751

    New

    Old

    Total

    M

    F

    T

    M

    F

    T

    M

    F

    2141

    1459

    3600

    658

    493

    1151

    2799

    1952

    IPD: Total 132  (Male -92 ; Female - 40)

    Operations

    Special Investigations

    Major

    Minor

    OPD OT

    121

    Brain-62

    Spine-59

    7

    Nil

    Nil

     

     

    Nuclear Medicine

    PART- 1 Departmental News

    (A)   Any significant performance/ improvement of the  department in 2016        

      (1) One Gamma Scintillation Detector Probe for thyroid uptake studies with one Well Counter has been
                 purchased.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  (2) One Dose Calibrator (used in measuring radioactivity dose)  has been purchased.

        (3) Plan has been sanctioned for construction of a full fledged Nuclear Medicine  department having PET-
               CT, SPECT- CT, Thyroid Uptake Probe and Radioisotope Therapy  ward within the proposed new
                Oncology building.

                                                                                   PART -2 Academic Activities

              CMEs attended by Departmental faculty members:

    (1) Workshop on Good Clinical Practice, held at Medical College Kolkata on 17/03/2016.

    (2) AMRICON, NUCLEAR MEDICINE UPDATE 2016, held at Hotel Hindustan International, Kolkata  on 22/05/2016.

    (3) One day Workshop on Research Methodology held at GLT Medical College Kolkata on 05/12/2016.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Oncopathology

    A.    Significant performance of the department in 2016:-

    We have started doing Tru cut biopsy in our department last year towards the end of the year and continued successfully to reach the number of 52 this year. More than 500 cases are reviewed with successful outcome. Also, as our turn around time is only 2 working days, fluid cytology for malignant cells including urine cytology (Pap stain) from various departments have tremendously increased as compared to previous few years.

    B.    Significant improvement of the department in 2016 :-

    The following tests are successfully being done in our department and the annual data of individual tests are given below-                                

                                                          Part II: Academic activities

    CME/ Conferences attented:

    1.      Dr. Tuhin Paul, Assistant Professor, attended Cytocon, 2016 held at Nagpur.

    2.      Dr. Koyela Mondal, RMO Cum Clinical Tutor, attended 3 rd International CME  - Speciality Pathology (GI tract, liver and pancreatic tumour) 2016.

    3.       Dr. Koyela Mondal, RMO Cum Clinical Tutor, attended CME updates on cytology 2016 West Bengal Cytology Society.                         

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Orthopaedics

    Part I Departmental News

    A.      Any  significant performance/ improvement of the department in 2016  ------

    ·         Emergency Orthopaedics OT was opened at CB TOP on 31st May, 2016

    B.       Any  special event / performance/occurrence of the department  ------

    ·         EIIOT (NRS Medical College) – lecture by Dr. Prasun Mandal on 11.03.2016.

    ·         AOTS trauma update– lecture on “ Classification & treatment of distal radius fractures” by Dr. Prasun Mandal on 06.08.2016.

    ·         IASCON 2016–lecture on “MRI in knee injuries” by Dr. Prasun Mandal on 29.09.2016.

    ·         Training of students of Diploma in Family Medicine from 10.10.2016 to 03.12.2016.

    ·         Institute of Health & Family Welfare, Swasthya Bhawan – lecture by Dr. Prasun Mandal on 29.12.2016.       

    PART II Academic Activities

    A.      Number of Seminars held -----  Thirty two (32).

    B.      Number & Name of workshops organized in the department  --

    ·         Basic workshop on the principles & practice of clinical research by Dr. Prasun Mandal on 11.06.2016

    C.      Paper published in International Journal  ----- 

    ·         Fracture fixation of both bone lower third leg using minimally invasive plate osteosynthesis technique – Authors: Krishna C., Mondal J. International Surgery Journal. 2016 May;3(2):589-594

    ·         Outcome analysis of Fernandez Osteotomy in Malunited Extra Articular fractures of Distal Radius – Authors: Bhattacharya A. , Kumar S. Mymensingh Med J. 2016 Jul; 25(3):542-9

    D.      Paper presented in State conference  ----- 

    ·         “The treatment of difficult non-unions of long bones using Ilizarov technique”- in WBOACON 2016 – by Dr. Paras Banka on 07.02.2016.

    ·         Outcome analysis of Fernandez Osteotomy in Malunited Extra Articular fractures of Distal Radius”- in WBOACON  2016 – by Dr. Sanjay Kumar on 07.02.2016.

    ·         ‘’Enlargement of bone tunnel after Anterior Cruciate Ligament reconstruction using single bundle hamsring tendon autografts, a computed tomography based study”- in WBOACON 2016 by Dr. Anindya Debnath on 07.02.2016

    E.       Name of the Book & the author written/written a chapter of a book ---- 

    ·         Refernce of “Corrective dome osteotomy using the paratricipital (triceps-sparing) approach for cubitus varus deformity in children” by Dr. Kanchan Kumar Sabui & Dr. Jayanta Mondal, mentioned in chapter 33 (Upper Extremity Injuries) page no. – 1291 of Tachdjian’s Paediactric Orthopaedics 5th edition volume 1.

    F.       Name of the person attending any International Conference   ----

    ·         IASCON held in Kolkata (29.09.2016 to 02.10.2016) attended by  Dr. Prasun Mandal, Dr. Kanchan Kumar Sabui, Dr. Arunangshu Bhattacharyya.

    G.     Name of the person attending any National Conference ---- 

    ·         IOACON in  Kochi (08.12.2016 to 10.12.2016) attended by Dr. Prasun Mandal & Dr. Prabir Kumar Bala.

     Part III Year-wise PG Students in the Department

    Degree

    Diploma

    Passed

    3rd Yr

    2nd Yr

    1st Yr

    Passed

    2nd Yr

    1st Yr

    4

    2

    4

    4

    8

    6

    8

     

    Part-IV General Departmental facilities

    ·         Total no. of beds in the department ----- 117.

    ·         No. of Units in the department ---- 3

    Part V Available Clinical Material

    ·         Special Clinic - Mayo Hospital, 2nd campus, ( since 2nd January 2015 )

                             67/1 Strand Road, Kolkata – 6 (Orthopaedics Outdoor Service)

    New

    Old

    Total

    M

    F

    T

    M

    F

    T

    M

    F

    T

    1957

    1728

    3685

    1304

    1176

    2480

    3261

    2904

    6165

     

    PEDIATRIC MEDICINE

    PART-I Departmental News

    A)      Any significant performance/improvement of the department in 2016

    1.       Maternal and Child Health Hub is likely to be operational soon for patient care services for the interest of Public.

    2.       Renovation of Department of Pediatric Medicine for better patient care services.

    B)       Any special event/performance/occurrence of the Department

    PART-II Academic activities

    A)      Number of seminars held

    Approximately 40 PG seminars as well as Journal Clubs, monthly mortality meet and Neonatal seminars etc.

    B)       Number and name of workshops organized in the Department

    1.Pediatric Intensive Care Training:- 2nd May- 17th May; at Medical college Kolkata. Faculty.Dr. Mihir sarkar, Dr. Satyabraata Roychoudhury, Dr.Koustav Choudhury,  Dr.Suman Saarkar, Dr. Soumen Dey,Dr. Gobinda Mondal.Delegate:- around 50 Medical officers,  and nursing stuffs working in PICU in peripheral hospital..

    2. Pediatric Intensive Care Training:-25th May- 9th June at Medical college Kolkata. Faculty.Dr. Mihir sarkar, Dr. Satyabrata Roychoudhury, Dr.Koustav Choudhury,  Dr.Suman Saarkar, Dr. Soumen Dey,Dr. Gobinda Mondal.Delegate:- around 50 Medical officers,  and nursing stuffs working in PICU of peripheral hospital.

    3.       PICU Nursing Training:- Nursing Pediatric critical care workshop held at Medical college Kolkata on 7th December. attended by approx 60 service nurse from different medical colleges of  West Bengal. The Guest faculty Dr. Anil Sachdeva; Sir Gangaram Hospital.

    C)       Number and name of conference organized in the Department

    i)         PICU Clinical Meet on 29th July 2016, Friday, 2 PM, attended by 100 delegates including PG students.3 case series and 2 cases were presented.       

    ii)       Pediatric Clinical meeting, WBAP meet on September 2016 attended by Faculties and PG student and IAP colleague.

    D)      Number and name of research completed in the Department (other than PG theses)

    i)                     Newborn Health and Neonatal Transport- Somosri Roy, Rakesh Mondal, Moumita Samanta.

    E)       Number and name of research going on in the Department (other than PG theses)

          i.      Neonatal sepsis project by NRHM running currently in SNCU, Department of Pediatric Medicine with CI Dr Arijit Bhowmik

    F)       Paper published in international journal

    1.       Sabui TK, Samanta M, Mondal RK, Banerjee I, Saren A, Hazra A. Survey of musculoskeletal abnormalities in school-going children of hilly and foothill regions of Eastern Himalayas using the pediatric Gait, Arms, Legs, Spine screening method. Int J Rheum Dis. 2016 Jun 16.

    2.       Paria P, Halder R, Ghosh S.  Diprosopus twin. Sri Lanka J of Child Health. Accepted for publication in volume 45, 2016.

    G)      Paper published in indexed journal

    1.        Das A, Mondal R, Chatterjee K, Banerjee D. Hansens Chronic Polyarthritis in a Child. Indian Pediatr. 2016 Aug 8;53(8):730-1..

    2.       Mondal R, Ray S, Chatterjee K, Sabui TK, Hazra A, Das S, Chaudhuri J, Sil A,Samanta M. Penile Length and Testicular Volume in Newborns. Indian J Pediatr.2016 Nov;83(12-13):1398-1404.

    3.       Mondal R, Chatterjee K, Samanta M, Hazra A, Ray S, Sabui TK, Banerjee B, Das S, Roychowdhury D, Biswas R. Clitoral Length and Anogenital Ratio in Indian Newborn Girls. Indian Pediatr. 2016 Apr;53(4):299-303.

    4.       Paria P, Haldar RC Ghosh S. Diprosopus twin. Sri Lanka Journal of Child Health 2016; 45: Picture story.

    5.       Paria P, Haldar RC, Nayek K, Mukhopadhyay DG &  Ghosh S.  Psychopathology of the Children Suffering from Chronic Illnesses due to Thalassemia  Major and Nephrotic Syndrome. Scholars Journal of Applied Medical Sciences 2016; 4 (4C): 1291 – 1296.

    6.       Sil A, Biswas T, Samanta M, Konar MC, De AK, Chaudhuri J. Neurological manifestations in children with dengue fever: an Indian perspective. Trop Doct.2016 Dec 2.

    7.       Chaudhuri J, Biswas T, Datta J, Sabui TK, Chatterjee S, Ray S, Raychaudhuri D, Mandal K, Chatterjee K, Chakraborty S. Evaluation of malnutrition as a predictor of adverse outcomes in febrile neutropenia associated with paediatric haematological malignancies. J Paediatr Child Health. 2016 Jul;52(7):704-9.

    8.        Biswas T, Ray S, Sabui TK, Mondal R, De JK, Misra S. Sa2041 Transpyloric Feeding in Gastroesophageal Reflux Associated Apnea of Preterm Neonates: Interim Results From a Single Center, Single Arm Trial. Gastroenterology. 2016 Apr 1;150(4):S437-8.

    9.       Sarkar M, Datta D, Biswas T, Roychowdhoury S. Acute Encephalitis Syndrome Due to Scrub Typhus Infection in Pediatric Population: A Case Series from a Tertiary Care Center of Eastern India. Journal of Pediatric Infectious Diseases. 2016 Jun;11(02):037-41.

    10.    Bhowmik A, Biswas T. Immune Thrombocytopenia Following Diphtheria Pertussis-Tetanus and Oral Polio Vaccine. Indian Pediatr. 2016 Oct 8;53(10):934-935.

    11.     Bhowmik A, Biswas T. Isolated central hypothyroidism presenting with severe cholestasis, hepatosplenomegaly, and pallor: A case report and review of literature. Journal of Clinical Neonatology. 2016 Jul 1;5(3):202.

    12.     Biswas T, Sil A, Mondal R, Samanta M, Ray S, Sabui TK. A Comparative Study of Clinicomicrobiological Profile of Late-Onset Neonatal Sepsis between Family Nursing Care and Hospital Care Groups of Extramural Neonates. Journal of Pediatric Infectious Diseases. 2015 Dec;10(04):108-12.

    13.     Biswas T, Majumdar S. Statistical methods: Need for a rethink. Indian Pediatrics 2016(Accepted and in press).

    14.    Mondal R, Das A, Gayen G, Banerjee D. Familial Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis. Accepted for Publication, Indian J Pediatr 2016.

    15.    Sarkar S, Misra S, Nandi M, Mondal R. A Misplaced Intramuscular Injection and Limb Threatening Ischemia. accepted for publication in the ; Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care, 2016.

    1.       Paper presented in national conference :-

    Biswas T, Ray S, Sabui TK, Mondal R, De JK, Misra S. Sa2041 Transpyloric Feeding in Gastroesophageal Reflux Associated Apnea of Preterm Neonates: Interim Results From a Single Center, Single Arm Trial. Poster presented (as coauthor) at DDW 2016 at San Diego, CA, USA and (as presenting author) at ISPGHANCON 2016 at Kolkata, India.

    2.       Paper presented in state conference

    1. Chakladar D, Mondal R, Sabui TK. A study on musculoskeletal manifestation in human immunodeficiency virus(hiv) infected pediatric patients in a pediatric tertiary care centre in Kolkata. Award paper presented in 23th East Zone PEDICON 2016-Awarded 3rd Prize [Oral]

    2. Sinha R, Roychowdhuri S, Mukhopadhyay S, Sarkar M, Ghosh. Comparative study between CPAP and HHHFNC( heated and humidified high flow nasal cannula) as respiratory support in moderate to severe bronchiolitis in infants in PICU of a tertiary care hospital. Award paper presented in 35th WB PEDICON 2016. –Awarded 2nd Prize [oral]

    3.Maity M, Sabui TK, Mondal R, Mukhopadhyay D, De JK. A comparative study to assess vascular health in previously diagnosed patients of Kawasaki disease. Award paper presented in 35th WB PEDICON 2016. Awarded 1st prize [Oral]

    3.       Mukhopadhyay.S,  Sarkar M, Roychoudhury S, Sinha R, Ghosh S.Comparative study between CPAP and HHHHFNC(Heated and humidified high flow nasal cannula.)as respiratory support I post extubated infants in PICU of a tertiary care centre.. Poster presented in 35th WB PEDICON 2016.

    5. Roy T, Dutta K, Saha roy S. Thyroid function status  in children with newly diagnosed epilepsy on valproate monotherapy in a  tertiary care hospital in Kolkata, prospective longitudinal study. Poster presented in 35th WB PEDICON 2016.

    6. Biswas T, Sarkar M, Roy T, Roychowddhury S,  Datta K, Ghosh S. Effects of continuous intravenous frusemide infusion on short term outcomes in critically ill children with pediatric acute respiratory distress syndrome: a single centre prospective observational study.. Poster paper presented on WB PEDICON 2016.-Awarded 1st prize [poster]

    4.       Name of the book and the author written/written chapter of a book

    1.      Dr. (Prof) Sibarjun Ghosh

     “Bedside Clinics in Paediatrics”, publisher – Academic Publisher, Kolkata.5th Edition June 2016.

    2.  Dr (Prof) Rakesh Mondal

    a) Small Vessel Vasculitis. In Post Grad Text Book in Pediatrics. Published 2nd edition Jaypee Brothers New Delhi 2016

    b) Essential Pediatric Oncology, Jaypee Medical Publishers, 1st edition, New Delhi September 2015

    5.       Name of the person attending any national conference (with the name of the conference)

    1. Prof (Dr.) Rakesh Mondal:

    a)       Jan 2015- Panel Discussion on “Pediatric Rheumatology”-PEDICON 2016-Hyderabad

    b)       May 2015- Speaker on “Kawasaki Disease- Current perspective”- Apollo, Kolkata

    c)       Oct 2016-panelist on “vascultis” in National Conference on Pediatric Rheumatology-Bangaluru

    d)       Nov 2016- Speaker on “Kawasaki Disease symposium”- Guwahati

    2.Dr. Somosri Ray availed training in Department of Neonatology, PGIMER Chandigarh for DM course.

    3.  Dr Sumantra Rout availed training in Department of Nephrology, AIIMS Delhi for DM course.

    4.          Dr. Mihir Sarkar

    a) Attended national conference of IAP PICU CHAPTER 2016

    5.  Prof Kalpana Dutta attended national conference of IAP NEEUROLOGY CHAPTER 2016.

    6. Prof. Mousumi Nandi attended national conference off IAP NEPHROLOGY CHAPTER 2016.

    7. Dr. Satyabrata Roychoudhury attended   advanced course on Pediatric intensive care on Sir Gangaram Hospital, 2016.                                          PART-III Year-wise PG students with names in the Department (as applicable)

    Degree

     

    Passed

    1st year

    Passed

    3rd year

    1st year

    9

    9

    9

    8

     

                   

    PART-IV General departmental facilities

    A)      Number of beds in the department

    ·         Total no. of beds in the Dept.

    o    90 Pediatric

    o    110 Neonatal

    o    11 PICU

    o    9 HDU

    o    14 NICU

    ·         Total no. of units in the Dept. =  Pediatric Unit VI+ Neonatology Division [SNCU Complex]

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Pathology

    Part-I Departmental News

    A.

    ·         4 demonstration rooms according to MCI prescribed instruction has been created. Whole department, museum and practical room is being renovated..

    ·         The histopathology reporting time has been reduced.

    ·         Immunohistochemistry is being done on regular basis.

    ·         Automated processor and automated strainer have been installed. Immunofluorescence microscope set up is being processed.

    H.      Any special event/ performance/ occurrence of the Department : IAPM monthly meeting held at U.N. Brahmachary Lecture theater in March 2016

     

    PART – II

    Academic activities

    I.        Number of Seminars held- 24

    J.        Paper Published in Indexed Journal

    1. Jain BB, Ghosh S, Das MM, Chattopadhyay S .Ganglioblastoma: Unusual presentation as a pleural mass  mimicking  mesothelioma: Lung India 2016; 2 (2):199-201.                                                

    2.       Saha M, Jain BB, Chattopadhyay S, Poddar . CD 8 positive mycosis fungoides masquerading as pyoderma gangrinosum: IJDVL 2016; 61 (5): 580 .

    3.       Nag D,Bhaumik P,Nandi A,Samaddar A.Bilateral primary fallopian tube papillary serous carcinoma in postmenopausal woman: Report of two cases. Journal of Midlife Health.2016 ; 7  (1):34-7

    4.       Nag D,Dey S,Nandi A,Bandyopadhyay R,Roychowdhury D,Roy R. Etiological study of lymphadenopathy in HIV-infected patients in a tertiary care hospital. J Cytol.2016;33(2):66-70.

    5.       Nag D,Dey S,Nandi A,Bandyopadhyay R.Utility of cell block to detect malignancy in fluid cytology: Adjunct or necessity?  J Cancer Res  Ther.2016;45:56-2.

    1. Dasgupta S,Bose D,Bhattacharya NK,Saha M,Biswas K,Biswas PK.A clinicopathological study of mediastinal masses operated in a tertiary care hospital in eastern India in a 3 year with special reference to thymoma.Indian J Pathol Microbiol 2016;59:20-4.
    2. Dasgupta S,Bose D,Bhattacharya NK,Chaudhury A,Gupta K,,Biswas PK.Pediatric ovarian tumours in a tertiary care hospital of Kolkata: an experience of last 5 years with its clinicopathological correlation.Clin Cancer Invest J. 2016;5:132-6.

    K.      Paper/Poster presented  in State Conference

    SERIAL NO.

    NAME OF  THE CONFERENCE

    NAME OF THE TOPIC

    NAME OF THE PRESENTER

    1.

    STATE CONFERENCE

    IDIOPATHIC GRANULOMATOUS LOBULAR MASTITIS

    DR. HRIMAN SHARMA SARKAR

    2.

    ENDOMETRIOSIS IN URINARY BLADDER

    DR. PARTHA PROTIM DEY

    3.

    SPECTRUM OF NON-NEOPLASTIC SKIN LESIONS AMONG AGE GROUP OF 20-40 YEARS IN A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL – A HISTOPATHOLOGY BASED STUDY

     

    DR. PATATRI NAYAK

    4.

    A LARGE MULLERIAN DUCT CYST PREWSENTED AS AN ABDOMINAL MASS WITH UTERINE AGENESIS AND MALROTATED RIGHT KIDNEY – AN UNUSUAL PRESENTATION

    DR. UTSO GUHA ROY

    5.

    STATE CONFERENCE

     

    THE MYXOSARCOMA AN UNUSUAL VARIANT OF MALIGNANT FIBROUS HISTIOCYTOMA

    DR. MANAS PRATIM DEKA

    6.

    EXTRA GONADAL GERM CELL TUMOR PRESENTING AS A NECK MASS – REPORT OF A RARE CASE AND REVIEW OF LITERATURE

    DR. KRISTI CHAKRABORTY

    7.

    PRIMARY MALIGNANT MELANOMA OF ARYEPIGLOTTIC FOLD – A RARE CASE REPORT

    DR. INDRANIL CHAKRABORTY

    8

    INERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF TROPICAL MEDICINE AND INFECTIOUS DISEASE

    DIAGNOSTIC DILEMMA OF INTESTINAL TUBERCULOSIS – A CASE SERIES

    DR. KRISTI CHAKRABORTY

    D. Name of the person attending any International Conference (with the name of the conference): Dr BB Jain attended international CME on soft tissue organized by CAP in Hyatt Regency on 23/04/16.

    PART – III

    Year-wise PG Students with names in the Department

    Degree

     

    Passed

    3rd Yr

    2nd Yr

    1st Yr

     1.Maitrayee Saha

    2.Keya Biswas

    3.Saikat Mondal

    4.Shruti Mishra

    5.Kanika Gupta

    6.Bankim Chandra Mondal

    7.Arnab Chaudhuri

    8.Murari Mohan Das

    9.Kaushik Paul

    1.Mohona Mondal

    2.Pratyusha Bhattercherjee

    3.Ayan Dey
    4.Ira Mondal

    5.Shila Das

    6.Susmita Nag

    7.Dipayan Das

    1.Utso Guha Roy

    2.Indranil Chakrabarty

    3.Raj Narayan Mukherjee

    4.Patatri Nayak

    5.Partha Pratim Dey

    6.Krishti Chakrabarty

    7. Manas Pratim Deka

    8.Hriman Sarma Sarkar

     

    1.Shubhayan Banik

    2.Shankha shubhra Sinha

    3.Debadrita Ray

    4.Manasi Purkait

    5.Dipsikha Sanyal

    6.Debanshu  Ghosh

    7.Ananya Ghosh

    8.Abhijit Barua

    9.Prerna Mondal

    10.Sutapa Das

     

             

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Pharmacology
    Part- I Departmental News

    A.      Any significant performance/improvement of the department in 2016:

    Renovation of Demonstration rooms

                                                       Part- II Academic activities

    B.      Number of seminars held

    a)      PG Seminars: 24

    b)      UG Seminars: Nil

    C.      Number and name of research completed in the department: 03

    a) “Drug utilization pattern in patients with essential hypertension at a tertiary care centre in eastern India” by Dr Partha Sarkar.

    b) “Drug utilisation pattern of topical ocular antibiotics in a tertiary care ophthalmologic institute in eastern India” by Dr Arghya Banerjee.

    c) “Assessment of Clopidogrel resistance in Post-Myocardial Infarction patients after 24 to 48 hours of initiation of treatment” by Dr Mayukh Mukherjee.

    D.     Number and name of research going on in the department: 02

    a) Patients' knowledge and belief in efficacy, similarity, cost, and safety of the generic medicine in a tertiary care centre in eastern India

    b) “Comparative study of efficacy and safety of combination therapy with topical Timolol maleate(0.5%) and Latanoprost(0.005%) versus topical Timolol maleate(0.5%) and Dorzolamide(2.0%) in patients of Primary Open Angle Glaucoma in a Tertiary Care Centre in Eastern India” by Dr Rabindranath Das.

    E.      Paper published in International journal:

    a)      Naser SM, Nandy M, Banu P, Banerjee A, Paul S, Podder I, et al. Adverse drug reaction monitoring through active surveillance of antitubercular therapy in an urban tertiary care center.Community Acquir Infect 2016;3:51-4.

    b)      Munshi S, Santra (Dhali) R, Nandy M, Bhattacharya S, Sur T. A Study on the Assessment of Safety of A New Polyherbal Formulation in Acute Diarrhoea. International Journal of Ayurveda and Pharma Research. 2016;4(3):45-52.

    c)      BhattacharyaR, Nandy M, Baisya R, Bhattacharjee U. Sensory predominant chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (cidp) with diagnostic and therapeutic challenge in a tertiary care hospital in india. European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences 2016; 3(5)33-36

    d)      Paul S, KunduT, Mandal P, Nandy M, Agrahari N. Antibiotic utilisation pattern in indoor patients’ of medicine department in a tertiary care centre in eastern India. World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research.2016; 5(7):1902-1909

    F.       Paper published in national journal:

    a)      Chakrabarti A, Nandy M, Sarkar P, Chowdhury A, Rahaman R. An observational study of abdominal organ involvement detected by ultrasound and computed tomography in children suffering from lymphoreticular malignancy at a tertiary care hospital in Eastern India. Asian J Oncol 2016;2:29-34.

    b)       Bhattacharya R, Nandy M, Bhattacharjee U, Baisya R. Analysis of common etiology between Takayasu’s Arteritis and Hyperthyroidism in a middle aged female in Eastern part of India. IAIM, 2016; 3(5): 53-57.

    G.     Paper published in indexed journal: 06

    H.     Paper presented  in national conference: 03

    a) Assessment of utilisation pattern of antibiotics in outdoor patients’ of Obstetrics and Gynaecology department in a tertiary care centre in Eastern India. Tithishri Kundu, Manab Nandy, Suhrita Paul, Sukumar Mitra, Rani Gupta

    b)  Legibility and accuracy assessment of O.P.D prescriptions of a tertiary care Medical College and Hospital. Rabindranath Das, Pragnadyuti Mandal, Manasi Banerjee, Shirsendu Mondal, Suhrita Paul.

    c)      Clinicomicrobiological profile of Diabetic foot ulcer in a tertiary care centre in Eastern India . Sangeeta De, Shirsendu Mondal, Dipak Kr. Sarkar, Manasi Banerjee, Mayukh Mukherjee

    I.        Paper presented  in state conference:

    a)     A study on antibiotic utilisation pattern in outdoor patients’ of Obstetrics and Gynaecology department” Tithishri Kundu, Manab Nandy, Suhrita Paul, Sukumar Mitra, Rani Gupta

    b)    Legibility and accuracy assessment of O.P.D prescriptions of a tertiary care Medical College and Hospital. Rabindranath Das, Pragnadyuti Mandal, Manasi Banerjee, Shirsendu Mondal, Suhrita Paul.

    c)     Methotrexate induced Steven Johnson syndrome in a patient of rheumatoid arthritis- A case report. Sangeeta De,  Manab Nandy,  Dipak kr. Sarkar

    d)    Carbamazepine induced Stevens Johnson Syndrome in a patient of Migraine –  A Case Report. Mustafa Asad,  Manab Nandy, Dipak Kr.Sarkar

     

    J.        Name of the persons attending any national conference:


    a) Dr. Manab Nandy (Assoc. Professor)

    b) Dr. Tithishree Kundu (2nd year PGT)

    c) Dr. Rabindranath Das (2nd year PGT)

    d) Dr. Sangeeta De (1st year PGT)


    Part – III Year wise PG students with names in the Department

     

    Passed

     

     

    3rd year

     

    2nd year

     

    1st year

     

    Dr. Partha Sarkar

     

    Dr. Mayukh Mukherjee

     

     

    Dr. Tithishri Kundu

     

    Dr. Sangeeta De

     

    Dr. Arghya Banerjee

     

     

     

    Dr. Rabindranath Das

     

    Dr. Mustafa Asad

     

                                                                                                                  

     

     

     

    Physical Medicine

    A. Number of seminars held- 3(THREE)

    B.  Name of the person attending any national conference

    Prof DR.BHABANI KUMAR CHOUDHURY Attend:

    1. Annual National Conference of Indian Asssiation of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. at RIMS ,IMPHAL, MONIPUR IN 2016

    2. Annual National Conference of Rheumatology at Dibrugara, Assam

    Part-2

    Nine students appear & passed Diploma in physiotherapy (DPT) course in august 2016

    Part-3

    Special clinic-

    New

    Old

    Total

    M

    F

    T

    M

    F

    T

    M

    F

    10707

    10287

    21094

    1351

    1506

    2857

    12058

    11793

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY

    Part – I: Departmental News

    Any significant performance/improvement of the department in 2016:

    1.       After Operative room has been shifted from D to A in Green building 4th floor, the number of operative tables have increased - 2 Operating tables per day for 6 days a week along with 2 existing operating tables on Thursday in SNS OT.

    2.       The first floor of Green building has become partly operational thus increasing the number of male inpatient beds. The burns ward renovation is going on and will be likely completed in the coming year.

     Any special event/performance/occurrence of the Department:

    1.       The cadaveric flap dissection workshop was organized along with Association of Plastic Surgeons of West Bengal and the Department of Anatomy in March. Whole day workshop demonstrated major flaps throughout the body.

    2.       Dr. Monoranjan Sow was awarded the Mira Sen Memorial Gold Award and the University Gold Medal Award for getting the highest marks in the university examination.

    3.       Dr. Monoranjan Sow, 3rd year PDT received 2nd Prize in paper presentation in APSWB State conference 2016.

    4.       Team of Medical College received 2nd Prize in Quiz contest in APSWB State conference 2016.

    Part – II

    Academic activities

    I.        Number of Seminars held: 45.

    J.        Number & Name of workshops :

    The cadaveric flap dissection workshop was organized along with Association of Plastic Surgeons of West Bengal and the Department of Anatomy in March. Whole day workshop demonstrated major flaps throughout the body.

    K.      Number & Name of Research completed in the department: Four

    ‘Evaluation of local flaps and full thickness skin graft in reconstruction of facial defects after excision of cutaneous defects’ by Dr Monoranjan Sow. Guide-Dr. Prabir Kumar Jash

    ‘A comparative study on outcome of island sural flap versus perforator flap coverage for soft tissue defects following open repair of Achilles tendon rupture’ by Dr. Soumya Gayen. Guide- Prof. Dr. Firdos Ahmed

    ‘Evaluation of wound complications associated with repair of ruptured Achilles tendon - a prospective study’ by Dr. Vishal Rampuri. Guide – Prof. Dr. Firdos Ahmed.

    ‘Evaluation of different methods of tongue reconstruction in cases of carcinoma tongue’ by Dr. Souradip Gupta. Guide – Dr. Prabir Kumar Jash

    L.       Number & Name of Research going on in the department: Eleven

    A prospective study of postoperative complications and efficiency of 3D miniplates in fixation of mandibular fractures by Dr. Deepanjan Dey

    Negative pressure wound therapy versus regular dressings for preparation of different types of wounds for grafting : a comprative study by Dr. Dipti Katrolia

    A study of versatility of thoracodorsal artery perforator flap for soft tissue defects by Dr. Mainak Mallik

    Prospective evaluation of the innervated first dorsal metacarpal artery island flap for reconstruction of defects of the thumb and first web space by Dr. M. Lopamudra

    A study of resurfacing of elbow defects following release of post burn contracture with different flaps by Dr. Dipankar Mukherjee.

    Efficacy of different types of anterolateral thigh flap for reconstruction of head and neck and groin defects: an observational study  by Dr. Prasant Mishra

    A study on resurfacing of ankle defects using locoregional flaps by Dr. Biswajit Mondal.

    A study on the versatility of deep inferior epigastric artery based rectus abdominis flap and its various modifications in covering defects in reconstructive surgery by dr. Purbarun Chakraborty.

    Resurfacing of post traumatic defects of dorsum of hand – various options and their outcomes – by Dr. Amitesh Kumar Jha.

    Soft tissue coverage of middle third leg defects—muscle flaps versus perforator based fasciocutaneous flaps by Dr. Kunal Sanyal.

    A study of resurfacing of postburn  scar band contracture by square flap by Dr. Subhashis Karmakar

    M.    Paper Published in International journal : Two

    1.       Soumya Gayen, Jayanta Rout, Amrita Mukherjee. Outcome of Peroneal artery flap in acute tendo-achilles injury as compared with island sural flap. International Educational Scientific Research Journal 2016; 2:66-8.

    2.       Soumya Gayen. Acute open tendoachilles injuries among the patients attending at a tertiary care hospital of eastern India. Asia Pacific J of Research 2016; 1: 105-8

    N.     Paper Presented in National Conference : 

    In Annual National Conference of Burns:

    1.       ‘A study on the effectiveness of  first dorsal metacarpal artery island flap for reconstruction of defects of thumb and first web space’ by Dr. Lopamudra M

    2.       ‘Two cases of post burn contracture neck released and resurfaced with free thin anterolateral thigh flap’ by Dr. Lopamudra M

    In Annual National Conference of Plastic Surgery:

    1.       ‘Coverage of groin defects by different pedicled flaps’ by Dr. Lopamudra M

    2.       ‘A case report of immediate vulvar reconstruction’ by Dr. Mainak Mallik

    3.       ‘Latissimus Dorsi myocutaneous flap for post burn flexion contracture of elbow’ by Dr. Dipti Katrolia

    4.       ‘A study on the effectiveness of  first dorsal metacarpal artery island flap for reconstruction of defects of thumb and first web space’ by Dr. Lopamudra M

    5.       ‘Two cases of post burn contracture neck released and resurfaced with free thin anterolateral thigh flap’ by Dr. Lopamudra M

    O.     Paper Presented in State Conference : Three in  Annual Conference of Association of Plastic Surgeons of West Bengal - 2016.

    3.       ‘A comparative study on outcome of island sural flap versus perforator flap coverage for soft tissue defects of posterior heel’ by Dr. Soumya Gayen

    4.       ‘Evaluation of functional and aesthetic outcome of different local flaps in reconstruction of medial canthal and infra-orbital defects’ by Dr. Monoranjan Sow

    5.       ‘Evaluation of wound complications associated with repair of ruptured Achilles tendon’ by Dr. Vishal Rampuri

    P.      Name of the Book & the author written/written a chapter of a book : x

    Q.     Name of the person attending any International Conference (with the name of the conference):

    Dr. Mainak Mallik, Dr. Lopamudra M, Dr. Deepanjan Dey and Dr. Dipti Katrolia attended the international conference of Breast aesthetic surgery and reconstruction in Tata Cancer Hospital, Kolkata in November 2016.

    R.      Name of the person attending any National Conference (with the name of the conference):

    Dr. Lopamudra M, Deepanjan Dey, Dr. Mainak Mallik and Dr. Deepti Katrolia attended national Plastic Surgery conference (APSICON) in November 2016 at Delhi.

    Dr. Lopamudra M, Dr. Mainak Mallik attended national Burns conference (NABICON) in February, 2016 at Puri.

    Dr. Mainak Mallik, Dr. Soumya Gayen, Dr. Souradip Gupta, Dr. Monoranjan Sow attended the national aesthetic conference at ICCR, Kolkata in April 2016.

    Dr. Mainak Mallik and Dr. Dipti Katrolia attended the national conference on Hand (ISHCON) in Ranchi in September 2016.

    Part – III

    Students passed (POST DOCTORAL) MCh course

    Post Doctoral

    Passed

    3rd year

    2nd year

    1st year

    04

    04

    04

    03

    Part – IV

    General Departmental Facilities:

    Total no. of beds in the department.      40               No. of units in the department. 2

    Part – V

    ·         OPD

    Name of OPD

    Old

    New

    Total

     

    Plastic Surgery

    M

    F

    M

    F

    M

    F

    1630

    1568

    1281

    1176

    2911

    2744

    ·         In Patient department:

     

    ADMISSION

    Discharge

    Death

    Operation

    Male

    Female

    SNS

     

     

    Major

    Minor

    Emergency

    OPD OT

     

     

     

    PSU

    Ref.

    SNS

     

    182

     

    110

     

    354

    250

    283

    157

    687

    03

    377

    131

    282

     

    ·         Total Admission: 690

    ·         Total OT: 1436

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Psychiatry

    Part 1: Departmental News

    A.      Significant performance:      Renovation of Indoor ward

    OPD

    1.      4 special clinics are running

                          Child &adolescence clinic (Monday) 

                          Memory clinic and Movement disorder clinic (In collaboration with neurology)

                          Psychosexual clinic (Wednesday)

                          Substance use disorder (Wednesday)

                          Smoking Cessation clinic (Monday)

    B.       Significant event

    1.      Celebration of world Alzheimer’s day

    2.      Celebration of  world schizophrenia day

    3.      Celebration of world mental health day

    4.      Celebration of anti smoking week

                                             PART-II: Academic activities

    A.                  Number of seminar held- 40

    B.                  Number & name of symposium-Sexual dysfunction- recent updates

    C.                  .No &Name of conference organized in the department- nil

    D.                 No & name of research completed

    1.         Prevalence of depression and its effects on glycemic control , adherence to medication and quality of life among Type 2 diabetes patients- Dr Somraj Mukherjee, Dr Indranil Saha, Dr Dilip Kumar Mondal

    E.               No & name of research going on

    1.      Thesis project of Dr .Sutanuka Ghosal-Prevalence and predictors of poor medication adherence among patients with bipolar disorder and its impact on the quality of life

    2.      Thesis project of Dr. Didakamiwan Khonglah- Prospective hospital based study of CRP as a response predictor to antidepressant treatment in drug naïve MDD.

    F.          Paper published in International  and National Journal

    1.      Even very low dose hydrocortisone might precipitate psychosis in Sheehan’s Syndrome: A need for caution, Seshadri sekhar Chatterjee, Sayantanva Mitra, Nitu Mallik, Malay kumar Ghosal, Journal of neurosciences in rural practice

    2.      Depression and anxiety in mothers of children with cancer and how they cope with it: A cross-sectional hospital based study in Eastern India- Rudraprasad Acharya, Kaberi Bhattacharya, ASEAN Journal of Psychiatry

    3.      Compulsive pornography use to relieve constipation: Double Whammy of shame: Arghya Pal, Sutanuka Ghosal, Dilip Kumar Mondal, Psychology and Behavioral Science

    4.      Premature aEjaculation-a redundant entity in the era of somatic symptom disorder? Arghya Pal, Rudraprasad Acharya; Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine

    G.                       Paper presented in National Conference-

    1.                Symposium on ‘Deconstructing Dementia’- Ancips 17 by Prof M. K. Ghosal

    H.                       Name of the person attending any National Conference

    1.               Prof. D. K. Mondal (ANCIPS)

    2.               Prof. M. K. Ghosal

    3.               Dr. Rudraprasad Acharya

    Part –III

    Year-wise PG Students in the Department

    Degree

    Passed

    3rd yr

    2nd yr

    1st yr

    1

    1

    1

    1

    Part –IV: General departmental facilities

    Total no of beds in the department……30………..

    No of units in the department…………      1……..

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Radio-diagnosis

    Part-I: Departmental News

    A.      Any Significant Performance/Improvement of the department in 2016:

    o   Digital Subtraction Angiography of various parts including peripheral angiography, carotid angiography, 4 vessel cerebral angiography, spinal angiography, renal angiography etc.

    o   OPG & Mammography services. (Other than conventional X-rays, special investigations, USG, guided procedures etc)

    o   Vascular Interventions viz. transarterial chemoembolisation of liver tumours, preoperative therapeutic embolisation of tumor, embolisation of arteriovenous malformations. coiling of pseudoaneurysm, lower limb arterial angioplasty, percutaneous transhepatic biliary drainage and biliary stenting.

    o   4D Ultrasonography.

    B.      Any Special event/performance/occurrence of the department in 2016: Nothing particular

    Part II-Academic activities

    ·        Number of seminars held: 45

    ·        Number & Name of Research completed in the department:

    o   “Role of MRI in temporal lobe epilepsy- A clinic-radiological correlation”- by Dr. Vineeta Ojha; Guide: Dr. Suhas Ghosh, Professor, Department of Radio-diagnosis, Medical College, Kolkata; co-guide: Dr. Debashis Basu, Professor & HOD, Department of Neurology, Medical College, Kolkata

    o   “A study on role of magnetic resonance imaging in determining the aetilogy of vertebral collapse”- by Dr. Rahul Singla; guide: Dr. Ashok Kumar Bhadra, Professor & HOD, Department of Radio-diagnosis, Medical College, Kolkata; co-guide: Dr. Rajeev Raman, Assistant Professor, Department of Orthopaedics, Medical College, Kolkata

    o   “Comparison between MRCP and PTC with histopathologial correlation in the evaluation of proximal biliary obstruction”- by Dr. Samsuz Zaman Ahmed; guide: Dr. Jiban Krishna Dey, Professor, Department of Radio-diagnosis, medical College, Kolkata; co-guide: Dr. Shibajyoti Ghosh, Professor, Department of General Surgery, Medical College, Kolkata.

    o   “ A Study on Role Of DSA in intracerebral Vascular Anamoly- Comparision with CTA/MRA” by Dr. Soumitra Halder, Prof. Ashutosh Dey, Professor, Department of Radio-diagnosis, medical College, Kolkata, Co Guide- Dr. Debashis Dakshit , Associate Professor, Department of Radio-diagnosis, Medical College, Kolkata;

    Number & Name of Research going on in the department:

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