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  • Cadaver Organ Sanman - 4th June 2016
  • Awards Distribution Ceremony 2016
  • Nephrology Alumni Meet - 5th February 2017
  • Awards Distribution Ceremony 2016
  • Awards Distribution Ceremony 2016
  • 66th Annual Convocation Awards Function 2017
  • Awards Distribution Ceremony 2016
  • Rakat Tula Program - 28th August 2016
  • Pratyaropan Gaurav Utsav – 19th June, 2017
  • Nephrology Alumni Meet - 5th February 2017

Introduction

Department of Anaesthesiology and Critical Care

The department of anaesthesiology was set up under the leadership of Dr. Veena Shah in 1983 with two staff members & one operation theatre having facility to perform two surgical procedures simultaneously.

From this, today it has expanded to a full-fledged department having 10 faculty members & 9 postgraduate students supporting the busy departments of urosurgery, transplantation surgery, paediatric urosurgery, obstetrics & gynaecology.

The institute has 10 operation theatres, out of which 4 are exclusively for transplantation surgery, 2 for obstetrics & gynaecology, 4 for urological surgeries which includes endourology, laparoscopic surgery, paediatric urosurgery & open surgery.

All operation theatres have central supply of oxygen, nitrous oxide, air, carbon dioxide & vaccum. Department is equipped with latest anaesthesia machines with ventilators, basic monitoring of ECG, Pulse oximetry & NIBP, patient warming system, nerve locator & infusion pumps.

Facilities for invasive haemodynamic monitoring, neuromuscular monitoring, temperature monitoring & end-tidal monitoring of carbon dioxide are also available.

The practice of anaesthesia includes anaesthetic care in preoperative evaluation clinic, operating rooms, critical care unit, postanaesthesia care unit, radiology department, lithotripsy department & IVF department.

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