Department of Biochemistry, Rajarajeswari Medical College & Hospital ,Bengaluru, organized EPIGNOSIS 3 – A State Level Quiz Competition for 1st year MBBS on 20/04/2018.
The chief guest for the program was Dr. H V Shetty.The programme started with the registration of the student (pre registered and on spot) followed by inauguration. Dr.S.M.R.Usha, Prof and HOD, Department of Biochemistry, welcomed the audience and introduced the dignitaries on the dias namely Chief Guest, Dr. H.V.Shetty, CEO, RRGI, Bangalore, Mr Seetharam C M, Medical director, RRMC&H, Bengaluru, Dr D L Ramachandra, Medical Superintendent, RRMC&H, Bengaluru, Dr.K.M.Govindaraju, Treasurer, AMBKC, Dr.Vivian Samuel & Dr.Ashakiran.S.
Presidential address was followed by lighting of the lamp and the invocation song was sung by Miss. Manasa, final year MBBS student. Mr. Seetharam C. M. felicitate the Chief Guest-Dr. H.V.Shetty.
As a mark of the beginning of the EPIGNOSIS -3 QUIZ competition the Rolling Trophy was unveiled by the Chief Guest-Dr.HV.Shetty. Dr Vivian Samuel-Treasurer, AMBKC briefed about AMBKC and the history of EPIGNOSIS – state level quiz competition. Vote of thanks was given by Dr Priyadarshini K S, Professor of biochemistry.
The quiz started with a preliminary round for all the participants conducted in the ACS auditorium. About 140 teams for more than 25 Colleges wrote the preliminary test. After the preliminary round, 6 semi finalists were selected based on the highest scores and followed by the selection of 3 finalists.
The winners were
1. Ms. Sangeeta D and Ms Shivani M D – Kasturba Medical College –Awarded cash prize of Rs.10,000/- and Rolling Shield
2. Ms Shweta S and Ms Sneha Kashyap – RRMCH, Bangalore- Awarded cash prize of Rs.6,000/-
3. Mr Abhishek S and K.Vishal – Mysore Medical college -Awarded cash prize of Rs.4,000/-
4. The consolation prizes for the three semifinalists Rs.1000/ each was given.
After the quiz competition came to an end both Dr Ashakiran S and Dr.Vivian Samuel were felicitated by Dr.S.M.R.Usha.
A rally was held on 31st January 2018 in promoting “Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao” Campaign by the Department of Community Medicine. All the Teaching, non teaching staff from various departments participated along with students of Rajarajeswari medical college and Hospital.
The Dean,CEO,Principal and other dignitaries also participated in promotion of “Beti Bachao Beti Padhao” campaign
Echocardiography has seen a meteoric rise in use in ultrasound since the mid-1990s in Australia and around the world. The use of ultrasound to guide procedures has been used extensively by Radiologists for years, but in recent times Anaesthetists, Intensivists and Emergency Department Physicians have embraced the technology.
Limited echocardiography is not a totally new concept. There are publications looking at the use of limited echocardiography to assess volume or systolic function or as a screening tool to rule out severe aortic stenosis. Haemodynamic state assessment is a concept that has been championed through the Postgraduate Certificate/Diploma in
Clinical Ultrasound (see www.heartweb.com.au) in Australia.
The goal is to strike a balance between “too little and too much” by analysing the important information needed for the critical care environment, in order to influence how to manage patients.
Haemodynamic state assessment is really the “bread and butter” of echo information. The information will be used in 90% of clinical situations to change the management. However, haemodynamic state is not enough to fully categorise the problem. Findings of haemodynamically important valve lesions such as severe aortic stenosis, will also lead us to change management.
iHeartscan is promoting the concept of limited transthoracic echocardiography to perform Haemodynamic Echocardiography Assessment in Real Time, or iHeartScan™ for short. The study should take about 5 minutes once you gain more experience through practice.
Faculty for the workshop are, Dr Shashikanth Manikappa, Director, Anaesthesia & Perioperative Medicine, Southeast sector, Monash Health, Melbourne, Australia is the Course Director for iHeartscan in India. Other Faculty are Dr B G R Prasad, Director, Anaesthesia & Perioperative Medicine, Rockingham Hospital, Perth; and Dr David with immense experience in Echocardiography.
Organized by Departments of Radio-Diagnosis and Gen-Surgery, was held on 20th September 2016, from 2.00pm to 4.00pm, at College Auditorium (Kadamba Hall).
Abdominal trauma is one of the common condition admitted to any hospital, Approach to the patient with clinical and diagnostic is very essential and immediate recognition of severity of conditions post trauma is a must in prompt and proper management of the patient.
The CME highlights the approach to a trauma patient, early diagnostic values and management. Dr. Pravin G U, Prof and HOD, Radio diagnosis welcomed the delegates highlighting the multi-disciplinary approach to the patient admitted with trauma. Dr. Swaroop B., Senior Resident in Radio diagnosis talked on Contrast Induced Nephropathy. Side effects , short and long term damage to kidneys, prerequisites for contrast administration and safe contrast media. Interactive sessions with faculty and residents with case scenarios presentation by Dr. Lavanya , Dr. Hazif from Radio diagnosis , Dr. Suraj , Dr. Tejus from surgery moderated by Dr. Gautham , Dr. Sindhu, Asst Profs from Radio diagnosis , Dr. Gopal and Dr.Manjunath, Asst Profs from Gen Surgery in approaching , diagnosis and management was very educative to all the delegates with Do,s and Don’t Do,s discussion.
Dr. Parthasarathi, Asst Prof of Radio diagnosis presented a complete picture of Imaging in Abdominal trauma, approach and selection of mode of investigations and important diagnostic signs. Dr. Rohit, Asst prof presented the management in trauma abdomen, emphasizing on when, where, how conservative or surgical intervention is necessary.
Interactive session and experiences in trauma were discussed by Dr. Pravin GU, HOD Radio Diagnosis, Dr. Rajagopal, HOD surgery, Prof Dr. Anil kumar Shukla, Radio Diagnosis who called for RRMCH protocol for trauma, and Dr. Hanumanthaiah, Gen Surgery.
Medical Director, Dean and Medical Superintendent of RRMCH gave the mementos to speakers. Dr. Sathyamurthy, Vice Principal and Prof Dr. G K Ramachandrappa felicitated the moderators.
Vote of thanks was given by Dr. Rajagopal, Prof and HOD surgery.
Activity: CME on Psychophysiology of Yoga & It’s Applications in Health & Disease
Organized by: Department of Physiology (under the aegis of APPI Bengaluru chapter) & Medicine, RRMCH
Co-organized by: SVYASA Yoga University & FAITHS
Duration: 2 hours 30 mins
The CME programme was a huge success. 93 people attended the programme including Medical director of RRMCH, APPI Members from Bangalore and Kolar, Faculty and PGs from Physiology; Community Medicine; Medicine, MBBS Students and AYUSH Physicians.
10:30AM to 10:50AM
Yoga: Is it a panacea ?
Dr.Yogesh.M.K, RRMC & H, Bengaluru
10:50AM to 11:40AM
Psychophysiology of Yoga
Dr Naveen Visweswaraiah, FAITHS, Bengaluru
11:40AM to 12:30PM
Overview of Yoga & its’ basis for therapeutic
Dr R. Nagarathna, Medical Director, SVYASA Yoga University,
Department of pediatrics, conducted the 10th IAP divisional round for postgraduate quiz on 23.09.2016 at Rajarajeswari Medical College and Hospital, Bangalore.
It has been coordinated by Dr. Prema, Professor of Pediatrics who has been appointed as divisionsal co ordinator from Indian Academy of Pediatrics 2016. Total 12 colleges participated. In preliminary rounds 5 teams were selected, they are Indira Gandhi Child Institute, Rajarajeswari Medical College and Hospital, Sagar Apollo Hospital, ESI PG teaching institute Bangalore and St. Marthas Hospital.
The Lighting of the lamp was done and followed by welcome speech by Dr. Adarsh, Prof and HOD, Department of pediatrics, and Dr. H.V Shetty, Dean of RRMCH addressed the gathering. The quiz was roll out by Dr. Prema as Quiz Master, Dr. Nirmala as scorer, Dr. Ravichandra as timer.
The winner of the IAP post graduate quiz 2016 competition are Indira Gandhi child institute of Health sciences and runner ups were from Rajarajeswari Medical College and Hospital.
We heartily congratulate and feel proud to share with all that Dr Umashankar Nagaraju, Professor of Dermatology, RRMCH received the Scepter as Hon Secretary General of Indian Association of Dermatologists, Venereologists and Leprologists, National on 18th January 2018 during National conference of IADVL, Kochi. He will be serving in this post till January 2020.
Department of Anesthesiology has organised a CME on 29-1-18.
CME was organized on
1. How to write an Original Research Paper
2. Prevention of Plagiarism
3. Impact factor of a journal
Dr. Umesh was the guest speaker from DIMHANS, Dharwar. Dr. Dwajani, from the research Lab. welcomed the gathering after invocation by Dr. Sowmya Jois and Rashmi. Dr. Sahajananda, Chairman, Research and Development Committee welcomed Dr.Umesh and introduce him to the gathering.
Dr.Umesh delivered lecture on :
1. How to write an Original Research Paper.
2. Prevention of Plagiarism and Impact factor of a journal.
Dr. Sahajanand spoke on H-Index, its importance and the method of calculating the same.
CME was attended by more than 100 staff, residents and interns.
Meeting concluded after discussion with vote of thanks.
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