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TB & CHEST  -  PULMONARY MEDICINE



T B Hospital was the starting point of C.U. SHAH AROGYADHAM which developed into a complete abode of medical education and health care.

At present, this institution is an integral part of National TB programme and RNTCP

THE DEPARTMENT RUNS POST-GRADUATION - M.D. PULMONARY MEDICINE

 

ACTIVITIES

(As per RNTCP gidelines)

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT’S MESSAGE

Being a reputed institute in Gujarat , it aims to provide world class health care facilities in the field of pulmonary medicine along with producing excellent future pulmonologists ’’.

GOALS

The goal of Postgraduate Medical Education is to build on the foundation of undergraduate medical education to produce pulmonologists who will

1. Practice with proficiency and efficiency, with a base of science and sense.

2. Act with Societal Responsibility and have the skills to participate in illness prevention, health advocacy and the health care system.

3. Be keeping abreast of the latest developments and continuing the education.

4. Be a teacher – sharing his knowledge with colleagues and patients.

5. Have competency in Ethical and Medico-legal issues

OBJECTIVES

The following objectives are formulated to achieve the aforementioned goals when the student completes the course. The domains of the objectives are

1. Knowledge

2. Skills

3. Professional behavior

KNOWLEDGE:

1. Describe etiology, pathophysiology, and principles of diagnosis and management of common problems including emergencies

2. Demonstrate understanding of basic sciences relevant to this specialty.

3. Identify social, economic, environmental and emotional determinants in a given case, and take them into account for planning therapeutic measures.

4. Recognize conditions that may be outside the area of his specialty/competence and to refer them to the proper specialist.

5. Describe common illnesses prevalent in the area/state/country and their management including prevention

6. Describe indications and methods of fluid and electrolyte replacement therapy including blood transfusion

7. Update oneself by self-study and by attending courses, conferences and seminars relevant to the specialty.

8. Teach and guide his team, colleagues and other students.

9. Undertake audit, use information technology tools and carry out research, both basic and clinical, with the aim of publishing his work and presenting his work at various scientific fora.

SKILLS

1. Eliciting a detailed clinical history; thorough examination of the patient; performing relevant diagnostic procedures and tests and careful interpretation of them to get to a most appropriate diagnosis .

2. Perform common procedures relevant to the specialty.

3. Provide basic and advanced life saving support services (BLS) in emergency situations.

4. Careful monitoring of the patients.

PROFESSIONAL BEHAVIOUR

1. Development of communication skills, especially in explaining the illness , various treatment options available for the patient

2. Be humble and accept the limitations in his knowledge and skill and to ask for help from colleagues when needed.

3. Respecting the patients and their autonomy.

4. Acting on the basis of Beneficence (acting in the best interest of the patient) and Non-maleficence (first, do no harm), Justice (delivering the health resources irrespective of the patients caste, creed, religion, social status).

5. Act with truthfulness and honesty – especially in obtaining an informed consent.

FACILITIES IN THE DEPARTMENT:

  BRONCHOSCOPY UNIT:

Fibreoptic Bronchoscopy ( video  ) is done regularly  in Indoor and outdoor patients as well as in Emergency

Following  BAL, BRUSHING , BIOPSY, TBLB and TBNA is taken as per requirement.

VIDEO-PLUOROSCOPY   is done on required basis

PULMONARY FUNCTION TEST 

RMS HELIOS 401 - spirometry 01 unit

SLEEP LAB:

For diagnosis of sleep related disorders (Planning to Establish)

BIPAP & Ventilator:

Department has 02 Bipap and 1 Ventilator Use for Non invasive ventilation & Invasive Ventilaton.

RESPIRATORY ICU:

Department has 6 bed ICU with 1 ventilator for management of critically ill pt. with  respiratory disorders.

GENERAL WARD:

Department has 4 wards (Male TB Ward, Female TB Ward, Male chest Ward, Female Chest Ward) each ward

is equipped with Central oxygen Line

DRUG RESISTANT TB PRETREATMENT EVALUATION:

Done on Regular basis for MDR TB Patients

RNTCP COLLOBRATION:

In collaboration with RNTCP we have DMC (Designated Microscopy Centre) DOTS Centre for directly

observed chemotherapy for Diagnosis and management of tuberculosis.

SUBJECT CURRICULUM

Topics:

1. Anatomy and Physiology of Respiratory system

2. Scientific basis of Lung function

3. Control of respiration

4. Ventilation, Perfusion and Diffusion

5. Pulmonary function tests

6. Respiratory muscles and Pulmonary mechanics

7. Development and Growth of Lung

8. Pulmonary surfactant and airway epithelia

9. Alveolar ventilation

10. Acid Base Balance

11. Immunology of respiratory system

12. Upper respiratory tract infection

13. Approach to respiratory symptoms

14. Investigation of a patient with respiratory symptoms

15. Radiology in respiratory disease

16. Approach to a patient with respiratory infection

17. Rational antibiotic use

18. Community acquired pneumonia

19. Hospital acquired and ventilator associated pneumonia

20. Lung abscess

21. Microbial virulence factors

22. Respiratory Mycoses

23. Viral pneumonias

24. Parasitic diseases of the Lung

25. HIV and Lung

26. Bronchiectasis

27. Airway diseases – Bronchial Asthma, COPD

28. Smoking and lung

29. Mycobacterial respiratory infection (TB) – Diagnosis, Management, Pulmonary and Extrapulmonary, Non-TB Mycobacteria

30. RNTCP & PMDT

31. Respiratory failure – Acute and Chronic

32. Metabolic disorders of respiratory system

33. Acute Lung injury and acute respiratory distress syndrome

34. Mechanical ventilation – invasive and non-invasive, intubation and airway management and weaning

35. Oxygen therapy and pulmonary toxicity

36. Pulmonary Pharmacology

37. Pleural diseases – pleural effusion, empyema, pneumothorax, pleural malignancy

38. Anatomy of Mediastinum and mediastinal diseases

39. Lung cancer – Pulmonary and Extrapulmonary manifestation, diagnosis, investigation and management

40. Congenital anomalies of respiratory system

40. Environmental lung diseases

41. Occupational lung diseases – pneumoconiosis, silicosis, asbestosis etc

42. Systemic diseases involving the lung

43. Sarcoidosis

44. Sleep disorders

45. Interstitial Lung diseases – IPF and other diffuse lung diseases

46. Drug induced lung diseases

47. Pulmonary hypertension and cor pulmonale

48. Pulmonary thromboembolism and vasculitis

49. Pulmonary eosinophilia, Wegeners granulomatosis

50. Diseases of chest wall and diaphragm

51. Pulmonary rehabilitation

52. Lung transplantation

53. Medical thoracoscopy

54. Ethics in RICU and research

 

 

Rotation Postings of Resident Doctors

This is essential to acquire knowledge in allied subjects as applicable to Tuberculosis and respiratory medicine. It is preferable to post PG students to be posted in Internal Medicine Department

EXAMINATION:

As per Saurashtra University Norms.

Theory 400 Marks &

Practical 600 Marks

All examiners will conduct viva-voce conjointly on candidate's comprehension, analytical approach, expression and interpretation of data. It includes all components of course contents. In addition candidates may be given case reports, charts, Spirometry, ABG, x- rays, ultrasound, CT scan images, etc., for interpretation and questions on these as well as use of instruments will be asked. It includes discussion on dissertation also.

OPD TIMINGS:

Monday to Friday: 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM & 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Saturday: 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Building No.23, Ground Floor

EMERGENCY SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE 24 HOURS 365 DAYS.

Contact:  EPBX: 02752-287000, 82380-60108 Fax: 02752-287007 
OPD:  02752-287155
WARD:  02752-287156
LABORATORY:  02752-287157


CONCISE INFORMATION FOR M. C. I  UNDER M.S.R CLAUSE B.1.11
Address :
C U Shah Medical College & Hospital,
Dudhrej Road,
Surendranagar-363001, Gujarat, India
Contact Info :
(+91) (2752) 287000 | 256001
82380-60108 | 1800 233 6001 (Toll Free)

cushahmedical@gmail.com

Updated on : 06 December 2019
Address :
C U Shah Medical College & Hospital,
Dudhrej Road,
Surendranagar-363001, Gujarat, India
Contact Info :
(+91) (2752) 287000 | 256001
82380-60108 | 1800 233 6001 (Toll Free)

cushahmedical@gmail.com

Last updated on : 06 December 2019
Address :
C U Shah Medical College & Hospital,
Dudhrej Road,
Surendranagar-363001, Gujarat, India
Contact Info :
(+91) (2752) 287000 | 256001
82380-60108 | 1800 233 6001 (Toll Free)

cushahmedical@gmail.com

Updated on : 06 December 2019
Address :
C U Shah Medical College & Hospital,
Dudhrej Road,
Surendranagar-363001, Gujarat, India
Contact Info :
(+91) (2752) 287000 | 256001
82380-60108 | 1800 233 6001 (Toll Free)

cushahmedical@gmail.com

Last updated on : 06 December 2019

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