Anesthesiology

Department of Anesthesiology​

NAME: Dr. R. Subramaniyabharathiyar.M.D

EMAIL: kimsanaes@gmail.com

Contact Number :9444308880 ​

Experience :30 Years

Publications :International – 6——–National – 4

Area Of Interest

Intensive Care Medicine

Pain Management 

Expertise: In all aspects especially teaching

Achievements:

Award of Selfless Service by Government of Kerala 2018

Name

Designation

Name of the Department

Year of Appointment

Dr. Subramania Bharathiar

 Professor&HOD

Anaesthesia

05.03.2018

Dr. Sufala Sunil Vishwasrao

Professor

Anaesthesia

05.10.2009

 Dr Santha Parthiban

 Professor

Anaesthesia

25.2.2019

Dr. P. Manohar

Associate Professor

Anaesthesia

26.11.2011

Dr. Mu. Rajaram

Associate Professor

Anaesthesia

19.04.2012

Dr. M. Murali Manoj

Associate Professor

Anaesthesia

15.05.2013

Dr Sudarshan Balaji

Assistant Professor

Anaesthesia

17.12.2018

Dr. G. Uma

Assistant Professor

Anaesthesia

20.04.2016

Dr Rajesh B

Senior Resident

Anaesthesia

1.7.2015

Dr. S. Sathiyanarayanan

Senior  Resident

Anaesthesia

10.05.2015

Dr. S. Deepa

Senior Resident

Anaesthesia

01.09.2015

N. Aswin Rajagopal

Senior Resident

Anaesthesia

03.12.2018

Dr Anju Daniel

Senior Resident

Anaesthesia

10.12.2018

 

About Department: Department of Anesthesiology is major surgical allied department that renders services in critical care, pre-operative, intra-operative and post-operative monitoring.  The department is equipped with state of art operation theatre complex that houses 11 spacious, full-fledged operation theatres with ultramodern facilities such as latest anaesthesia machines, ventilators, invasive blood pressure/CVP monitoring device, ultrasonography for regional blocks and C-arm. The highlight of theatre complex is newly developed Cath-lab which is headed by experienced cardiologist for cardiac interventions like angiography, angioplasty and bypass surgery. Fertility centre located at III floor with separate operation theatre caters to procedures such as oocyte retrieval, hysterosalpingography and artificial insemination.

Dr. T. Devarajan, renowned old -time anaesthetist and an excellent post-graduate teacher was the first head of department who marched towards the vision & mission.  Dr. Sufala Sunil Vishwasrao was the successor of Dr. T. Devarajan under whose period dept. of Anaesthesia reached its significant level. Presently the department is headed by Dr. R. Subramaniya Bharathiyar -a down to earth person, well experienced anaesthetist who has received many awards for his relentless effort towards the community. He offered medical attention to the people during Kerala Floods in 2019.

The department has necessary equipments, teaching learning facilities as per MCI norms and has demonstration room, preoperative check-up (POC) clinic, post-anaesthesia recovery room, pain clinic, fully equipped spacious operation theatres and simulated Skill lab. Dr Mu Rajaram trained for instructor course is Head of Skill Lab. Students are sent to skill lab during their practical hours to learn the skills. The Department conducts regular courses like Advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) and Basic Life Support (BLS) not only for the students but also for teaching, and non-teaching staff.

The department has established pain clinic with necessary equipments in new OP complex. Patients suffering from acute and chronic pain are referred in this clinic on every Tuesday and Friday in between 9 am to 12 pm.

With a glance at the displayed posters depicting history of Anaesthesia, student’s relish leisure walks through the department corridor. The Demonstration hall is well equipped with audio-visual aids. Students can see the live demonstration of operative procedures and also can communicate with the Surgeon for their queries at the same time.

Department promotes students’ participatory activities by organizing CME and workshops regularly. Every year department celebrates World Anaesthesia day by arranging CME program to update the knowledge of the students. 

Department deals with Training MBBS interns about the essentials of anaesthesia, training necessary skills through simulation lab, and training of B. Sc. OT & AT (Operation Theatre and Anaesthesia Technician) students. 

Publications

Total No of Publications: 17                        National: 17                  

  1. Comparison of 0.5% Ropivacaine and 0.5% Bupivacaine in epidural anesthesia for patients undergoing lower abdominal surgeries in Karpaga Vinayaga medical college and hospital, Maduranthgam.
  2. A comparative clinical study of 0.25% bupivacaine with dexmedetomidine and 0.25% ropivacaine with dexmedetomidine in pediatric caudal block for infra umbilical surgeries        in Karpaga Vinayaga medical          college and hospital, Maduranthgam.
  3. A comparative study of intravenous dexmedetomidine and intravenous clonidine for post spinal shivering in patients undergoing lower limb orthopaedic surgeries
  4. Comparison of I – gel versus endotracheal tube in patients undergoing elective caesarean section: A            prospective randomized control study
  5. Randomized Clinical Trial on Effect of Adding Magnesium Sulphate with 75%Ropivacaine and Dexmedetomidine with 0.75% Ropivacaine in Patients            Undergoing Elective Laparotomy in a tertiary care hospital
  6. Effects of adding tramadol and nalbuphine with ropivacaine among patients undergoing upper limb orthopaedic surgeries in a tertiary care hospital
  7. Endotracheal tube cuff pressure monitoring – prospective double-blind randomized control study
  8. Dexmedetomidine versus esmolol for hypotensive anaesthesia in oro-maxillo-facial surgeries in tertiary care hospital
  9. Comparison of effects of adding dexmed or tramadol to intra-peritoneal bupivacaine in post-operative analgesia in patients undergoing laparoscopic Cholecystectomy
  10. Comparison of I-gel with LMA/proseal for ease of insertion in adult anaesthetized paralyzed patients- a prospective randomized trial
  11. The effectiveness of ondansetron versus tramadol as pretreatment in alleviating propofol injection pain: A comparative study
  12. Attenuation of stress response during intubation of laparoscopic procedures: A comparative study between intravenous dexmedetomidine and lidocaine
  13. Effect of dexmedetomidine and propofol on hemodynamic responses and recovery during tracheal intubation- A prospective observational study in a tertiary care hospital
  14. Anaesthetic management of a parturient with Charcot Marie Tooth disease for emergency LSCS
  15. Comparative evaluation of the effect of intrathecal ketamine and fentanyl added to bupivacaine in elective hernia repair surgeries
  16. A comparative study of 0.25% bupivacaine and 0.25% ropivacaine in transversus abdominis plane block for post-operative analgesia following LSCS 
  17. A comparison of two different proportions of ketofol with Fentanyl – propofol for day care gynecological procedures: A randomized double-blind trial in Karpaga Vinayaga institute of medical sciences

 

Pain and palliative care: provide pain management therapy for terminally ill patients and cancer patients

  1. Critical care Support: team of anaesthetist provides their expertise care in critical care medicine when required
  2. Well established skill lab: to provides hands on training
  3. Labor Analgesia: 24 X 7 on Request

Sl. No

Name of the

CME/Conference/Workshop

Date

No. of Participants

1

Ultra sound Guided Nerve Block

18.01.2014

50

2

Basics of Ventilator Support

28.01.2015

50

3

CME – Pain

13.10.2016

90

4

Comprehensive Trauma Life Support (CTLS)

14.10.2016,  15.10.2016

90

5

Essential Pain Management

10.02.2018

90

6

Catheterization Techniques-1

Catheterization Techniques-2

09.05.2019 30.05.2019

105

7

Mechanical Ventilation – 1

Mechanical Ventilation – 2

21.06.2019  28.06.2019

103

8

Basics of Anaesthesia – 1

07.06.2019

100

9

Basics of Anaesthesia – 2

19.10.2019

97

10

Basics of Mechanical Ventilation

18.01.2020

64

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