The various systemic diseases of vital importance with life threatening potential are attended to, at our services offered in special clinics as follows:
Master Health Check up
Noncommunicable Diseases Clinic
Cardiology clinic is conducted on all Saturdays between 10am and 12noon
. I H D patients, Rhematic heart disease & congenital heart disease patients are followed up and new patients are registered for regular care. Annually total n/o cases under follow up are upto 2000
Neurology clinic is conducted on Mondays & Thursdays Between 10am and 12noon
Here the patients who are in regular follow up for stroke, neuropathy and chronic degenerative, demyelinating disorders and seizure disorders are monitored periodically[fortnightly].
Total patients, registered annually are around 2000
Diabetic clinic Fridays and Tuesdays Between 10am and 12noon
handles registered patient strength of around 3500
on regular followup. Type 1 DM cases constitute 25 patients to the load.
Hypertension clinic Wednesdays Between 10am and 12 noon.
cases are under regular follow up after due registration.
Geriatric clinic on Tuesdays and Fridays Between 10am and 12noon 1000
cases are registered & under follow up.
Hemophilia clinic on Wednesdays Between 10am and 12noon
patients are registered and under regular follow up.
Master health check up
Commenced in the month DEC-2011, functions on all government working days Between 8.00 am to 12.00 noon.Total number of beneficiaries till DEC-2012 = 2674.
Comprehensive health care screening are done for all the patients here and referred to appropriate departments if needed.
Noncommunicable Diseases Clinic
Conducted on all Weekdays from 9-00 am to 4.00pm at 17 OP
Screening done for Cancer Cervix , Breast, Hypertension and Diabetes and refered to respective departments
clinical year medical students OP clinics are handled by the Professor, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors in turn from 8-00am to 9-30 am on all weekdays .IP student clinics for the students are conducted by the same faculty from 10-00 am to 1200 noon on all week days excepting Saturday. Weekly assessment sessions are held for the students on Saturdays from 10-00 am to 1200 noon by Associate professors and Professor.In the IP sessions , clinical demonstration is done on basic clinical procedures and clinical signs .Theory classes for 2nd
year students are conducted in the post lunch session following the Varsity Syllabi.
MONTHLY PHYSICIAN MEET
Monthly physician meet is conducted on the last Thursdays between 1200 and 1-30 pm .Discussed herein interesting and rare cases and difficult clinical situations encountered with all faculties of medicine and allied departments .
1st CME(Continuing Medical Education)
CME on HIV part I -- on 1.12.2014
Opportunistic infections in HIV infected persons on anti retroviral treatment,Post exposure prophylaxisis Surgery in HIV persons
CME on HIV part II -- on 20/02/2014
By Govt Villupuram Medical College
Universal Work Precautions
Update of Common Infections on 16.3.2014
Appollo Hospitals, Chennai
Approach to Acutely Febrile Patients with impending complications Current Trends in management fo Septicemia
Review of Cerebral Malaria
Co-morbid conditions in Diabetes on 12.4.2014
Coronary artery disease
Peripheral artery disease
CLINICAL UPDATE ON DENGUE - on 28.6.2014
Denguie in Paediatrics
Approach to poly-arthritis,
overview of rheumatoid arthritis
SYSTEMIC HYPERTENSION on 19-12 2014
Hypertension –When to Diagnose?
Workup and Evaluation of Hypertension
Emerging Trends in Hypertension Treatment
FUTURE CME’s 2015
January – Medical Emergencies
February- Acute Kidney Injury
March- Acute Hepatitis
April- Congestive Heart Failure
May – Common Cardiac Arrythmias
June- Update on Chest pain.
July- Prediabetes –What is it all about?
August- CME on Thyroid Disorders
September – Peripheral Neuropathy
October – An Update on Seizure Disorders
November – ARDS Revisited
December – An Update on Regional Endemic Infections
Research paper under review:ACUTE UNDIFFERENTIATED FEVER in HOSPITALISED ADULTS – an OBSERVATIONAL STUDYin RURAL INDIA.
Ongoing research paper: BIOCHEMICAL ALTERATIONS IN SNAKEBITE VICTIMS [in association with Dept of Biochemistry,GVMC]
Proposed research paper: THE CLINICAL FEATURES AND DISEASE SPECTRUM OF NEWLY DIAGNOSED HIV+ Patients in A RURAL TERTIARY CARE CENTRE [GVMC]
Guest lecture on world health day
-7.4.2014 by Dr Punitha, M.D
Lecture on Hemophilia on world hemophilia day
on 17.4.2014 by Dr Raju M.D.
Glimpses of gliptins (incretin based therapy)
on 11.7.2014 by Prof T.Ravindran
Management of Hemophilia and inhibitors
by Dr. Flavia Bandeira
Public awareness programmes
Rally involving health care workers and public with group discussion with theme on prevention of diabetic complications
on diabetic day – 14.11.2014
HIV Awareness programme
conducted in Govt.Villupuram Medical College.
Awareness of public about H1N1 infection
at collectorate of Villupuram by Dr. A.S.Rajendran
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