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General Information about the department
Teaching faculty
Non teaching faculty
Services
Academic Activities

Research Activities

 
 

1. Department of Plastic & Reconstructive surgery

Milestones of the Department : it is the one of the oldest superspeciality department in BMCRI. Started the department in 1964 by qualified plastic surgeon. In 1969 burns ward was functional in Mahabodhi burns centre.

In 1986 MCh course started with 2 seats, now 4 seats are granted.

Academic facilities: 4 MCh superspeciality seats every year. Training for interns, nursing students and OT technicians .Training of general surgeons, ENT surgeons, dermatologist and orthopedic post graduates.

courses: MCh in Plastic & Reconstructive surgery

services: every day we have out patient facility and elective surgery .

24/7 emergency care for burns, facio maxillary injury and hand injuries & Trauma.

2. Teaching faculty

Unit 1:

Sl.No
Name
Qualification
Designation
1
Dr Ramesha  K T MBBS, MS, MCh(Plastic surgery) Professor  & HOD
2
Dr Gautham M MBBS, MS, MCh(Plastic surgery) Assistant  professsor
3
Dr Shankarappa M MBBS, MS, MCh(Plastic surgery), DNB Professor   emeritus

Unit 2:

Sl.No
Name
Qualification
Designation
1
Dr Smitha  S Segu MBBS, MS, MCh(Plastic surgery) Associate  professor
2
Dr Peddi  Manjunath MBBS, MS, MCh(Plastic surgery) Assistant professor
3
Dr Jainath R MBBS, MS, MCh(Plastic surgery) Assistant  professor

Unit 3:

Sl.No
Name
Qualification
Designation
1
Dr Yogeshwarappa C  N MBBS, MS, MCh(Plastic surgery) Associate  Professor.

3. Non teaching faculty

Sl.No
Name
Designation
1.
  PRO
2.
  Computer Operator
3.
  Staff  Nurses in Burns, O.T., Plastic Surgery, OPD.
4.
  Group ‘D’

4. Services

Burns : Acute burns and Burns deformity corratin.

Reconstructive Surgery :

Trauma reconstruction

Breast reconstruction after cancer

Trauma reconstruction

Congenital defects

Cleft lip and palate repairs

Craniofacial deformities

Hand surgery

Head and neck reconstruction after cancer

Maxillofacial surgery

Microvascular surgery

Repair of postoperative defects

Repair of post-traumatic defects

Removal and reconstruction for skin cancer

Reconstructive vaginal surgeries

Penile reconstruction

Cosmetic Surgery :

Abdominoplasty (abdominal reduction)

Augmentation mammoplasty (breast alteration, enlargement, lift or reduction)

Blepharoplasty (eyelid rejuvination)

Brow lift

Chin and neck fat removal

Contouring of the abdomen, hips and limbs

Contouring of the face

Cosmetic orthognathic surgery (contouring of the jaws)

Eyebrow and forehead rejuvenation

Facial rejuvenation

Genioplasty (contouring of the chin)

Hair restoration

Face lift

Liposuction (body fat removal)

Otoplasty (alternation of the ears)

Rhinoplasty (alternation of the nose)

Refinement of facial features

Scar revision

Skin augmentation

Tattoo removal

(Specialty clinics -1. Cleft Clinic

2. Hand clinic

3. Faciomaxillary clinic.

4. Aesthetic clinic)

Data for 2014, month-wise Jan to august 2015

Sl.No
Particulars

 bmcrissh

VH

VVH

MH

B&LCH

Total

1
O.P.D. attendance 7033  B-1680      1750   
3
No. of admissions 724  Burns-1475 Psw-421     120   
4
No. of discharge 642  Burns -588 Psw-393      120  
Discharge against medical advice/ Absconding cases - 240/2        
5
Sanctioned beds 30  48+30      20  
6
Teaching beds   30+30        
7
Service beds 30        20   
8
Bed occupancy%  95% 80%      60%  
10
No. of major surgical operations  546  290        
11
No. of minor surgical operations 430         
12
No. of normal deliveries            
13
No. of caesarian Sections            
14
Radiological Investigations
X-Ray            
OP 480         
IP 90         
Ultrasonography            
OP --         
IP 16         
Doppler OP --        
IP  16
NST OP --        
IP  ----
MRI OP --        
IP  ---
C.T. Scan OP  ---        
IP   08
15
Laboratory Investigations
Biochemistry            
OP 240         
IP 2400       
16
Microbiology/Bacteriology    1200        
17
Serology    1400        
18
Parasitology    --        
19
Hematology    2400        
20
Histopathology    --        
21
Cytopathology    --        
22
Others    --        

5. Academic Activities

Teaching programme

For the month of
Sl No
UG (numbers/--month)
PG(numbers/--month)
Seminars   Jan. - 8Feb.-8April -8May -7June-8July -5Aug.-6
Journal club   Jan. - 5Feb.-4April -5May -4June-4July -5Aug.-4
Guest lectures   Jan. - 3Feb.-4April -5May -3June-5July -4Aug.-4
Case presentations   Jan.-6Feb.-7April-6May-6June-6Jul-6Aug.-5
Any others, specify.   Master classes on 3rd Sunday

Research Activities

Research Projects—(ongoing and completed)

Sl no
Title of the project
Name & Designation of the Principal investigator

 

Publications of the faculty and students 2014, 2015

Sl.No
Publication in Vancouver style
National/ International
   

1.Dr. Smitha S Segu Severity and trends of depression in Burn Patient, ICMR, April 2014- July 2014, 10000rs.

2.Peddi Manjunath,Ranganth V S  Ramesha KT, Shankarappa M, Propellar Flaps for Lower Leg Reconstruction Results of A Tertiary Care Center , Int. J. Pharm. Med. & Bio. Sc. April 2014,vol 3 issue 2, page no 10-16.

3.Dr Peddi Manjunath ,Dr Smitha S Segu, , Dr Ramesha K T, The persistent paradigm of pediatric burns in India:An epidemiological review, Indian Journal of Burns(IJB) , Dec 2014, vol -22, issue-01 , page no:93-97

4.Smitha S. Segu, Vijay Jaganathan, Amaresh V. Biradar, Shankarappa Mudukappa, A review of 5 years experience in management of electrical injuries Indian Journal of Burns(IJB) , Dec 2014, vol -22, issue-01 , page no:104-108.

5.Nirmal B, Segu SS, Sacchidanand SA, Deshpande P. Nicolau syndrome following sclerotherapy for pyogenic granuloma. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 2014;80:484

6.RAMESHA KT, PRAKASHKUMAR, SHANKARAPPA M, Extended Reverse Sural Artery Flap’s Safety, Success and Efficacy – A Prospective Study, Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. 2014 May, Vol-8(5): NC08-NC11

Conference presentations of 2014, 2015

Sl no
Title of the presentation
Details of the conference
Name & Designation of the Presenter
1
Blood &blood components in burns patients Updating Transfusion medicine Dr. peddi manjunath Asst prof
2
  NABICON 2015 Dr . Ramesha K T Prof & HOD
  NABICON 2015 Dr .Smitha S SeguAssoc Prof

Dissertations for 2014, 2015

Sl.No
Title
Name of the student
Name of the guide

CME / Workshopsconductedin 2014, 2015

Sl.no
Title
Date
Level (regional/national/ international
Credit points
1
Awareness of skin Donation July 15th 2015 regional  

Conferencesconducted in 2014, 2015

Sl.no
Title
Date
Level (regional/national/ international
Credit points

6. Notice board

Skin Bank

 
 
 
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