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Saturday Clinical Update : Dept. of Radiology.

The weekly clinical update by the department of Radiology will be held in college Auditorium on 20th May 2017 at 9:30 AM.
All Faculty members, PG’s and UG’s are requested to attend the same.

Topic : “ULTRASOUND EVALUATION OF PERIPHERAL NERVES”.
Speakers : Dr. Trunni Bhattacharjee.
Moderator : Dr. Sindhu.N

Kudos to Dr. PREMA

RRMCH is proud to share with all that Dr. Prema, Prof, Dept of Pediatrics has represented the Pediatrics conference – PEDICON which was held in Nimhans Convention Hall on 6th and 7th May 2017 at Bangalore.

She is the Joint secretary IAP-BPS and also the convener of Souvenir Committee.


CME on Thyroid & Pregnancy

The Department of General Medicine and the Department of Endocrinology have arranged a CME/Guest lecture.

Date : 25.05.2017
Time : 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Venue : Kadamba Hall (College Auditorium)
Topic : THYROID & PREGNANCY
Speaker : Dr. Mohan K. Rao, Endocrinologist.

ALL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED.

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Saturday Clinical Updates : Dept. of Anesthesia

The weekly clinical update by the department of Anesthesia will be held in college Auditorium on 06th May 2017 at 9:30 AM. All Faculty members, PG’s and UG’s are requested to attend the same.

Topic : “MANAGEMENT OF SEPSIS RECENT GUIDELINES: WHAT IS NEW?”.

Speakers : Dr. Sowmya Jois.

CME on “HOSPITAL INFECTION CONTROL”

Dept of MICROBIOLOGY, RRMCH has organised a CME on “HOSPITAL INFECTION CONTROL”.

Date: 19.05.2017
Time: 09.00 am to 04:00 pm.
Venue: Kadamba Hall, RRMCH College Auditoriuim.

ALL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED.

HOSPITAL INFECTION CONTROL FROM DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY.

A Continuing Medical Education (CME) on “Hospital Infection Control” was conducted by the department of Microbiology on Friday, 19th May 2017 at the Kadamba auditorium of Rajarajeswari Medical College, Bangalore from 9 am to 4 pm. This CME is awarded 2 credit points by Karnataka Medical Council.

There were five learned speakers participated in this CME. First talk was given by Dr. Santhosh Shirol SAFE – I, Consultant, NABH Co-ordinator, QCI, INDIA, on “Overview of Hospital Infection Control Committee”. This was an eye-opener to young – budding microbiologists, clinicians and nurses.

Second talk was on “HAI Rates Calculation “by Dr. Prakash. R, Associate Professor of Microbiology, RRMC&H, Bangalore. This was an interactive talk and most of the delegates actively participated and involved in HAI rate calculation.

Third presentation was on “OT Sterilization Guidelines” by Dr. Asima Banu, Professor of Microbiology and Additional Charge as Nodal Officer of Trauma and Emergency Care Centre in Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, Bangalore. This was certainly an excellent talk for the delegates on recent OT guidelines and sterilization, disinfection practices. Take home message was valuable for setup and maintenance of an ideal OT.

Fourth deliberation was by Dr. Sangeetha S, professor & HOD, Department of Microbiology, RRMC&H, Bangalore on “Biomedical Waste Management 2016 Guidelines”. Madam highlighted the changes in guideline of BMW 2016 and addressed color coding, bar coding of bags. This was an interactive discussion and the delegates actively participated.

Fifth interaction was on “Needle stick injury and post exposure prophylaxis’’ by Dr. Beena, Professor of Microbiology, M.S. Ramaiah Medical College, Bangalore. This was certainly an informative talk for the postgraduates to know things to be done during NSI.

The afternoon session included exercises on Calculation of HAI Rates, Hand hygiene Audit, BMW Checklist preparation done by Dr. R.C.Kanta, Dr. Prakash R, Dr. Lakshminarayana S. A, Dr. Sunil Kumar D C, Dr. Archana Rao and Dr. Yashaswini, department of Microbiology, RRMC&H, Bangalore. All the delegates were actively and enthusiastically involved in the exercises and they gave a positive feedback.

Last but not least, Vote of thanks was proposed by Dr. Lakshminarayana S. A, Associate Professor, Department of Microbiology, RRMC&H and organizing secretary.

Certificates to the delegates were handed over after conclusion of the programme.

A total of 105 delegates attended the CME and enjoyed the scientific deliberations.

This program was a grand success due to continuous support and encouragement from Honorable Chairman Sri A.C. Shanmugam, Executive-Director, Mr. Vijayanand, Dean, Dr. Sathyamurthy. B, Medical Director, Dr. D.L. Ramachandra, Medical Superintendent, Dr. K.M. Govindaraju, Principal, Dr. Naveen. S, Director of PG Studies, Dr. Usha Ramachandra, CEO, Sri. Sitharam. We remain thankful to them.

Our heartfelt gratitude to Dr. V.C. Shanmuganandan from Karnataka Medical Council, Bangalore, who observed the proceedings of the CME..

‘Save Lives, Clean your Hands’

Department of Microbiology and HICC have organised a awareness program

Date: 05.05.2017
Time: at 2:00 pm
Venue : College Auditorium (Kadamba Hall)
Speaker: Dr. Prakash R.
Topic: “SAVE LIVES: CLEAN YOUR HANDS”

ALL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED.

RRMCH cracks the quarterfinals of EPIGMOSIS -2

RRMCH is very happy to announce that our MBBS students

1. Ms. Manasa
2. Ms. Nayanashree V.


Participated in Biochemistry Quiz – ‘EPIGNOSIS-2’, 2nd STATE LEVEL INTERCOLLEGE BIOCHEMISTRY QUIZ COMPETITION for 1ST MBBS Students on 22ND APRIL 2017 conducted at JJM Medical College, Davangere. Our students secured 5th place and were qualified for the Semifinals.

We wish them ‘All the best’.
Management, Staff & Students 
RRMCH

Success with Surgery!

We are very pleased to inform you all, that Dr. H. P. Prabhuswamy, MBBS, MS, M. CH, FICC, FIACS, Cardiac Surgery, Professor & HOD, Dept. of CTVS, RRMCH and team conducted a Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery.

The operation was done on a 8 years old girl for congenital heart disease ostium secundim ASD on 12th April 2017. Closure of ASD done under cardiopulmonary bypass through right axillary approach and minimally invasive cardiac surgery through 4th intercostal space – right vertical infra axillary thoracotmy small incision.

Advantages are as follows ….
→ Cosmetic advantage – Avoids sternotomy incision, which may end up with ugly scar and in some patients with keloid.

→ Best in females – Avoids inhibition of further growth of breast tissue.

→ Cost efficient – Faster recovery time compared to conventional median sternotomy incision, Cuts down ICU stay and also short stay in hospital.

→ commonly advisable to be operated in children below 1.5 years, because of easy accessibility.


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