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Hegde Medical Academy on. Prof Dr. Jayaprakash Shetty, Registrar K. S Hegde Medical Academy was the guests of honour. Shrikrishna, HoD and Organizing Chairman were also present delegates from more than 15 Institution from all our country were participated in the conference. This was attended by more than delegates. International and National faculties were invited to speakers on various aspect of stem cell research had its application.

There were more than 50 scienti c presentations from delegates. Three surgical procedure demonstrations in Orthopaedics were conducted during the event with live telecast to Seminar Hall. Hegde Medical Academy, Deralakatte from to Dr. S Mangalore Hegde Hospital, Mangalore on Dr. Emergency Primary Surgery in Cancer Rectum, b. Management Algorithm in Penetrating Abdominal Injury.

Harsha Halahalli, Professor, Department of Physiology, delivered an invited lecture titled "Schizophrenia as a disorder of neural synchrony at Movement and thought disorders- insights from neurophysiology held at Aarupadai Veedu Medical College and Hospital, Kirumampakkam, Puducherry on Dr. T of Puducherry on Rajeev T. T, delivered an invited lecture titled "ENT assessment of a candidate for sinus augmentation procedures at Indian society of oeriodontology professional enrichment programme on maxillary sinus held at A B Shetty Dental College on Vadish Bhat, Professor, Department of E.

Hegde hospital,mangalore on Dr. Dr Satheesh Bhandary, Dean the faculty and post graduates of all the clinical departments took active part in the lecture and the discussion. Hegde Medical Academy. An inspirational talk was delivered to the students to motivate them to excel in any eld of their choice.

The talk also covered topics such as hurdles they would face and how tto persevere and strive to overcome them and reach new heights. Nandeesh B. K unit on 28th October , K. Medical College' Kozhikode, Kerala on Dr. Pooja H. Giridhar B. Live demonstration on application of Ultra Sound for airway assessment, focused assessment with sonography in trauma FAST , transthoracic echocardiography in emergency room on volunteers.

More than 40 staff participated in the training. These days exams are like T20 matches. Even a couple of inadvertent mistakes may bring about unfavourable results. Hence, only con dence of thorough and systematic preparation can sail the student through it successfully. About postgraduate students of anaesthesiology from Karnataka, Kerala and Tamilnadu bene ted.

Department of Biochemistry organised a workshop on Documentation of laboratory statistics on the 14th and 15th of March at K. Hegde Medical Academy, Deralakatte. They gave an insight on laboratory statistics and laboratory accreditation process. Faculty and postgraduates of Biochemistry, Pathology and Microbiology participated in the workshop With increase in use of radiation for medical, industrial, armed forces and other research purpose there is an increased chance of accidental human exposure to radiation.

In addition, the growing threat of nuclear terrorism increases the risk of deliberate use of radiological and nuclear materials to harm everyday citizens. This gap can be lled by dicentric chromosomal assay. This workshop is aimed at radiation physicists, dosimetrists, radiation oncologists, radiation therapists, medical Faculty, Undergraduates, Post graduates and PhD Research Scholars. The following eminent speakers delivering lectures and provides the participants a hands on exposure to the various techniques used in the Bio-dosimetry during the three days workshop.

Solomon F. Jayarama S. Centre, Silchar, Assam, India. S Hegde Medical Academy. The session began at am with the introduction of the facilitators for the workshop which was given by Dr. Rashmi Kundapur.. The inaugural function was held at am. Sanjeev Badiger, Dr. Harsha Halahalli Dr. Rathika Shenoy, Dr. Rashmi Kundapur, Dr. Ankeeta were the dignitaries present for the inaugural function. The sessions conducted on day one were on review and literature, demonstration on using Zotero software and citation capture by Dr.

Harsha Halahalli. Basics of Epidemiology by Dr. Rashmi Kundapur,Observational study designs by Dr. Rathika Shenoy, experimental study designs by Dr. Rashmi Kundapur. Rashmi, Dr. Harsha Halahalli, Dr. Rahul, and postgraduate Dr. Sharon Baisil. Sanjeev Badiger and Dr. Ankeeta Menona Jacob coordinated the session on qualitative research methodology with demonstration of mock focus group discussion.

Rashmi Kundapur along with short lectures on basic statistics, data types, descriptive and inferential statistics, sampling, sample size determination and survival analysis. Day three sessions included review of assignments and presentation of journal reviews followed by the hands-on SPSS training sessions by Dr.

Sanal which included sessions on data entry, coding and recording of variables, computation and sorting, importing and exporting and interpretation of descriptive statistics. The participants were also trained to create histogram, line diagram, box plots and error bars using SPSS.

Anirbhan Biswas, Dr. Srinivas Dorasala, Dr. Shishir N Duble were the guest faculty. The programme was inaugurated by Dr. The function was presided by Dr. More than 75 faculties and post graduate students from various part of India attended this workshop.

Chief guest of the programme Prof. Dr Shantharam Shetty, Pro. He spoke about the advantages and dif culties in conducting OSCE workshop. Dr Vadish Bhat proposed the Vote of thanks. Dr Marina Saldanha was the master of ceremony for the programme. Department of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology conducted a one day ToT programme on 6th February, on 'Role of teachers in curbing drug menace'.

The day began with a small skit on drug abuse by the students, followed by a inauguration programme. Welcome speech was delivered by Dr. Suresh T. The four speakers; DCP Mrs. Uma Prashanth mainly dealt with the law enforcing aspects of drug abuse, Dr. Santosh Prabhu, Assistant Professor of Department of Psychiatry highlighted the psychiatric aspects of drug abuse and Dr Nanjesh Kumar, Associate professor of Department of Community Medicine dealt on the socio psychological management of students with drug abuse.

This was followed by a panel discussion where in many relevant issues were raised and discussed at the end of the programme which was coordinated by Dr. Suraj Shetty, Assistant professor of Department of Forensic medicine. Hedge Charitable Hospital, Mangalore on , Wednesday at pm [gallery]. Day 1 The morning session was aimed at introduction to basic laparoscopic principles, instruments, creation of pneumoperitonium and port placement.

All the Unit heads, senior residents and post graduates from the department of surgery were present for the session. The post lunch session gave an opportunity for the delegates to get hands on experience with the virtual reality laparoscopic simulator and endortrainer Day2 The chief organiser Dr Biju Potakattu talked on Laporscopic Cholystectomy and new techniques for advanced Lap Cholystectomy. A video demonstration of surgical exercise in virtual reality laparoscopic simulator and endotrainor was given by Dr Kalyarasan.

The afternoon session included a hands on experience session on Cholystectomy, Appendecectomy, Clip application for the delegates. The Program was inaugurated by Dr. Bhagavan at am. He also demonstrated various staplers open, circular and reusable available by Medtronics. All the post graduate students were given hands on training on loading, unloading and ring of open and circular staplers under the guidance of Dr Chaitanya Reddy.

An audiovisual on Covidien Center of Innovation, Mumbai was shown. Mr Hem Kumar from medtronics demonstrated various suture materials available by Medtronics with audiovisual aid. Each session had adequate time for demonstration, individual hands on experience and question answer session. Ravishankar Bhat, Surgical Gastroentrologist, from Bangalore was the resource person. The program began with brief introduction of Dr. Ravishankar Bhat by Dr. Bhagavan, Professor, and Department of Surgery.

This was followed by training sessions as suture materials, instrument handling and intestinal staplers. These were hands - on training in suturing, knotting techniques and Intestinal anastomosis. The program was well attended and was supported by Ethicon staples division.

Being a workshop, delegate numbers were restricted to The resource persons were. The morning session consisted of lectures on pathophysiology of birth asphyxia, neonatal resuscitation protocol and post resuscitation care, ethics and care at the end of life. Hegde Hospital, Deralakatte. Major Dr. Hegde Hospital presided over the function. Patients who completed more than one year of sobriety were honoured to enhance their motivation. Prabhath K Assistant professor, Department of Psychiatry proposed vote of thanks.

Suman Pinto was the Master of Ceremony. Coimbatore from to Dr. Hegde Medical Academy, Deralakatte from to. Hegde Medical Academy from to K. Hegde Auditorium on Dr. Hegde Medical Hegde Medical Academy from to Dr. Kishore A. Hegde Medical Academy from Dr. K at St. J Institutes of Medical Sciences, Mangaluru on Sumitha C. Hegde Medical Academy on and delivered a talk titled "Experimental Study designs".

Ankeeta spoke on types of experimental study designs, protocol for registration of clinical trial in India, conduct and analysis of experimental study designs. Hegde hospital, Mangalore on and delivered a talk titled "Basics of chest radiology". Siddharth M Shetty, Professor, Department of Orthopaedics, was invited as a Resource Person for the Workshop "national conference on physical education and sports science" held at Sundari Ananda Alva Campus, vidyagiri Moodabidri on and delivered a talk titled "BLS, patient transfer and Kinesio taping ".

Dr Vikram Shetty, Professor, Professor, Department of Orthopaedics, was invited as a Resource Person for the Workshop "Knowledge exchange program on total knee replacement with live surgery followed by a semiat at Kanachur Institute of Medical Sciences" held at Kanachur Institute of Medical Science on and delivered a talk titled "Basic cuts in total knee replacement".

Shrinivasa Bhat U. Hegde Charitable Hospital on and delivered a talk titled "Communication Skills ". Sebastian School, Thokkottu on and delivered a talk titled "School Mental health". Hegde Charitable Hospital Deralakatte. The faculty of Department of Public Health and the marketing eld team of Nitte University had taken part in the event. More than students from various disciplines had participated in the workshop. Jagannath P and Ms. Priyanka Rent, faculty of Department of Public Health respectively spoke about public health as an emerging eld and about academic program in Public Health.

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Histopathological spectrum of disease in gall bladder. Client satisfaction among the clients attending tertiary care centers in Mangalore, South India. Antibiotic prescribing knowledge, attitudes, and practice among physicians in teaching hospitals in South India.

Audit of organic acidurias from a single centre: clinical and metabolic pro le at presentation with long term outcome. Awareness of women on reproductive tract infections in rural eld practice areas of a medical college in Mangalore.

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Long-term effect of presurgical nasoalveolar molding on growth of maxillary arch in unilateral cleft lip and palate: randomized controlled trial. Subjective assessment of outcomes of septoplasty. Correlation of triglyceride by HDL ratio as a marker of insulin resistance with BMI, waist to hip ratio, waist to height ratio and waist circumference, in South Indian population.

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Dermatoglyphics in infants with isolated, non-familial cleft lip palate- a case control study from Southern India. Clinical pro le of patients with cardiac syndrome X in a tertiary care hospital. Compartment syndrome-controversies and where are we today.

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Indian Journal of Dental Research. Under ve children ranging from 3 months to 5 years, attended the session along with their mothers. Two drops of polio was given to 2 children. Pentavalent to 2 childern and measles vaccine to one child of 10 months.

At the end of the session Dr. Joswin gave a health education talk regarding nutrition, growth and development, personal hygiene and family planning to mothers under guidance of Dr. The health camp mainly focused on children who were previously suspected to have refractive errors and cardiac murmurs.

General health checkup for students and teaching staff. A total of 83 patients were examined and treated. A Non Communicable disease and Public awareness camp was conducted in collaboration with Arogyadhama Seva Samstha, under guidance of Dr. Students who had already been screened in previous camps had come for follow up. General examination was done by Dr.

Gunjan Mahaur and Eye check- up was done Dr. Rahul postgraduate and opthal technical staff. Around 30 students were examined for general as well as eye check up and was treated as required. It was a good initiative for students health point of view. Overall we got positive response from the students, their parents and teachers. Health awareness talk regarding Substance Abuse among Adolescents was given by Dr.

Rashmi Kundapur in general and a separate brief talk on Menstrual Hygiene was given for the girls. Followed by which general Medical Health Check up was done by the postgraduates Dr. U and Dr. Rakesh and interns Tarun and ashitha under the guidance of Dr. A total of students were examined, out of which 20 were Anaemic. The camp was overall coordinated by Mr. Harsha Raj. Ankeeta, Dr.

Rakesh, Sayooj intern and Mr. Children aged between years attended the program. Mr Dileep helped in coordinating the program. There was health education session on Vector Borne diseases for students of the institute. Nanjesh gave the introductory speech followed by Dr. Harshitha spoke about Malaria transmission and prevention and Dr. Rakesh Maiya spoke about Dengue transmission and prevention. There was an interactive session where the quires from the students were addressed.

Santhosh MSW Around 20 inmates who had complaints were checked, blood sugar levels and blood pressure were measured and necessary advice were given and they were instructed to follow them accordingly. Necessary counselling was done to all the inmates and they were encouraged to ask if they had any doubts. Few inmates were referred to K. Hegde Charitable Hospital for higher treatment. P School, Sampyadi, Subramanya.. The camp was conducted under the supervision of Dr.

Ravi and Mr. Tharnath assisted in conducting the camp. Ithihas Gowda. School health programme was conducted on at St. The class consisted of class 1 to 6 students aged from 6 to 12 years. In total 30 students were examined, of which I examined 15 6 boys and 9 girls. The importance of maintaining good personal and dental hygiene, having a nutritious diet consisting of fruits and vegetables was explained.

Need for exercise through outdoor play and sports was also advised. They visited old folks home R. Haritha M S. The class was of rst standard students with total strength of 16 but only 12 were present. Total 80 patients were examined. Specialists in paediatrics, OBG and Dermatology attended the camp.

Avin B. Alva coordinated the camp. The Department of Community Medicine,K S Hegde medical college conducted medical camp in Bajal at govt primary school in association with urban health center, Ekkur. Total patients were examined. Specialists in OBG and paediatrics attended the camp along with urban health medical of cer.

Fayiza Musthafa. Ramesh Pakkala by intern Dr. The Anganwadi workers were sensitized to include protein rich nutritious diet in the mid-day meal scheme, including sprouted grams. Ghee, fruits and peanut as snacks. Mothers accompanying the children were educated regarding breast feeding, contraception and growth and development. Interns, Dr. Nishana C P and Dr. Rekha Raj, under the guidance of, Dr. Pavan Kumar,. A total of students were examined, their height and weight were recorded, personal hygiene, dental hygiene, visual acuity and nutritional status were assessed.

The malnourished children and children who had refractive errors were brought under the notice of their respective class teachers and necessary nutritional advice were given. Pavan Kumar, and interns -Dr. Nishana C. P, Dr Nur Farizah, Dr.

Raveena Vipin and Dr. Rekha Raj. The programme was mainly focused on breast cancer awareness and began with the interns Nikhita Sankolli, Nikitha Sadenini, Nisha Chandra, Hariprasad, Jincy Santhosh and Gautham Reddy educating the people gathered regarding the various aspects of breast cancer. An elaborate talk was given by Dr Rashmi Kundapur regarding self breast examination, signs, symptoms and treatment of breast cancer and Dr Indushekar Shetty spoke regarding the importance of early detection of cancer and the local cancer prevelance at Sasihithlu.

This was followed by an interactive question answer session. Mr Nagesh Bangera also spoke a few words at the occasion. The overall programme moderated by medico social worker Mr. Mothers accompanying the children were educated regarding breastfeeding, contraception and growth and development and also about further immunisation schedule. Under the guidance of Dr. Pawankumar, interns, Dr. Raveena Vipin, Dr. Rekha Raj, Dr. Nishana and Dr. Nur Farizah. The BP was monitored for all the inmates.

Those with high BP were given Anti-hypertensive medication and advised regular check-ups. They were given suggestions on how to prevent Hypertension through dietary and lifestyle modi cations. There were a total of 37 inmates residing here. All the inmates were provided with Iron and Calcium supplements as well. Geetha Bai. Under the Guidence of Dr. Bharath Prasad Alva, the various topics discussed and educated was on dehydration and it's home management by Dr.

Praveena Chand, hand hygiene and it's importance in preventing diseases by Dr. Rashmi K Nayak. Also, a brief talk was given on deworming and worm infestation as it was the National Deworming day. A total of 16 patients had visited for routine Immunization. They were given awareness about the proper methods and bene ts of breastfeeding their child. They were advised to exclusively breast feed their child up to the age of 6 months and continue till age of 2 years along with supplementary feeds.

The Medical examination conducted by Dr. Priya kumari, intern under full supervision of Dr. Ravi msw Mr. Harish pergade, director of old age home was also present in this camp. The health education of 'Malaria-Prevention and control' and Personal Hygiene' was given. The students were very receptive and active during the session. The general heath checkup was conducted by Interns Dr.

Roshima and Dr. A total of 26 students were examined, their height and weight were recorded, personal hygiene, dental hygiene, visual acuity and nutritional status were assessed. Out of 26 students who were examined, one child found to be underweight and four children found to be overweight.

Two children found to have refractive error,11 students found to have poor dental hygiene. On assessing the overall health status 8 of them had respiratory tract infections,7 of them had tonsillitis and found to have cardiac problem. Their nutritional and health status was found to be satisfactory. The anganwadi workers were given suggestions on how to improve the nutritional content of the food. Personal hygiene was found to be satisfactory. Immunization schedule of the children was complete for their respective age groups.

Children with health issues or dental problems were referred accordingly Josheph Higher Primary School Nanthoor. There were a total of students studying at Sri Ramakrishna high school kadri and total of 65 students studying at St. Josephs higher primary school Nanthoor. They were given suggestions on how to improve the nutritional content of their food. Students having headache or dif culty in reading the black board, were advised to visit an Optometrist for spectacles.

Interns Dr. Rashmi K Nayak, Dr. Praveena Chand and Dr. The Kendra had a total of 33 kids out of which 3 of them were absent. There was a total of 17 girls and 16 boys who were all under the age of 5. The kids are managed by two Anganwadi workers who were very welcoming and briefed us about the routine activities of the Kendra.

We assessed their health and nutritional status by calculating their body mass index and concluded that 15 kids fall into category of normal nutrition, 7 of them were obese, 6 of them were overweight and 2 kids were moderately malnourished. Along with assessing the nutritional status we also examined their overall health status which was concluded to be highly It was noted that there was one girl with convergent squint which has been already referred and corrected using spectacles.

With the help of the Anganwadi worker an informal health education to the kids regarding maintaining hand hygiene to protect themselves from various disease, which was also demonstrated to them. We also noted that the kids are given nutritious meals in the Anganwadi along with a glass of milk and snack.

Riya Thomas, Dr. Praveena Chand, Dr. Rima PS and Dr. K from K. The school consisted of 24 students belonging to class 1 to 7. We conducted a general health checkup. We explained the importance of balanced diet to these students. We also gave a talk on mosquito control measures with the help of charts.

This was carried out by the interns Dr Vishwanath C in Sringeri sharadha dhanvantri hospital. Most of the patient were hypertensive and was under control, few needed an extra dosage compared to last time. Health programme was given on the topic of hypertension and diabetics and the health hazards associated with it.

Talk was given on how to tackle the problem of HTN by salt restriction in diet and moderate exercises and the necessity of timely medications. About 77 patients were examined Total of 20 patients were seen. Most of the patient were hypertensive and was under control due to timely medications and regular check up.

Health education was given on the topic of hypertension and the health hazards associated with it. Hegde Medical Academy has been conducting the project NISHABDA since The highlight of this project is to create awareness about noise pollution and the evaluation of hearing assessment in the high risk population. This year the department has decided to educate the school children regarding Noise induced hearing loss.

The main purpose of this school health education is to educate the children regarding noise pollution so that they will create awareness in their family and among the elders. Interns namely Dr. There were 10 children in campan anganwadi consisting of 7 boys and 3 girls. There were no cases of anemia or dental caries in either of the anganwadis. In Kanajar church anganwadi one child had asthma, and occasional ronchi was heard on auscultation. The anganwadi teacher was advised to inform the child's parents to get the child for check-up at Kowdoor Srinivasa Hegde memorial health centre, Bailur.

All children were found to be immunized till date. Anthropometric measurements were taken. Indian Academy of Paediatrics IAP classi cation was used to measure wasting weight for age in children according to weight for age and Waterlow classi cation was used to calculate stunting height for age. Anganwadi teacher was given appropriate health education and was asked to communicate it to the parents of malnourished child.

The camp was organised by the department in association with Mangalore Chemicals and Fertilizers Limited There were many charts and projects prepared by the students which were kept for exhibition. The aim was to create awareness of the most common diseases, so the topics displayed were on Malaria, Dengue, Chikungunya, Lymphatic lariasis, rabies etc. The two day long event was lled with a lot of inquisitive viewers and interactive sessions conducted by the interns Dr.

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