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Obstetrics and Gynecology

  About the Department

GOAL

The broad goal of the teaching of UG/PG students in Obstetrics and Gynecology is that he/she shall acquire understanding of anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology of the reproductive system & gain the ability to optimally manage common conditions affecting it.

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE

Knowledge
At the end of the course, the student shall be able to :
  • Outline the anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology of the reproductive system and the common conditions affecting it.
  • Detect normal pregnancy, labour puerperium and manage the problems he/she is likely to encounter therein,
  • List the leading causes of maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality.
  • Understand the principles of contraception and various techniques employed, methods of medical termination of pregnancy, sterilization and their complications.
  • Identify the use, abuse and side effects of drugs in pregnancy, pre-menopausal and post-menopausal periods;
  • Describe the national programmes for maternal and child health and family welfare and their implementation at various levels.
  • Identify common gynaecological diseases and describe principles of their management.
  • State the indications, techniques and complications of surgeries like Caesarian section, laparotomy, abdominal and vaginal hysterectomy, Fothergill?s operation and vacuum aspiration for Medical Termination of Pregnancy (MTP) and various Laparoscopic procedures.

SKILL

At the end of the course, the student shall be able to :

Integration

The student shall be able to integrate clinical skills with other disciplines and bring about coordination of family welfare programme for the national goal of population control.

  Facilities

Specialized services provided by the department

Specialized Intensive care services provided by the Department

Specialized equipment available in the department

  1. Multiparameter Monitors
  2. Pulse Oxymeters
  3. Infusion pump
  4. CTG Machines
  5. USG machines
    1. Portable
    2. Non-portable
  6. Colposcope
  7. Laproscope
  8. Hysteroscope
  9. Cryo/LEEP Cautery

Specialty clinics being run by the department

Sr. No. Name of the Clinic
1 Ante-Natal Clinic
2 High Risk pregnancy Clinic
3 Post Natal Clinic
4 Cancer Clinic
5 Infertility Clinic
6 Gynae Endocrine Clinic
7 Family Planning Clinic
8 Menopausal Clinic
9 Adolesance

Services provided by the Department

  1. Ultrasonography
  2. Pre-Natal Diagnosis
  3. High risk pregnancy Management
  4. Endoscopy
  5. Colposcopy/Cancer Screening Programme
  6. Cryocautery/LEEP
  7. Oncology
  8. Intra Utrine Insemination

Library

Departmental Museum

  Publication

Publication from the department during last 3 years

Sr .No. Name of Authors Citation Year of Publication
1 Dr. Sonawane Sandeep
Dr. Rahul Mayekar
A Comparative Study of Inj. hCG & Inj.17-a Hydroxyprogesterone Caproate in Cases of Threatened Abortion, Indian Journal of  Obstetrics And Gynaecology,Vol5 Number1, Jan-March2017 2017
2 Dr. Pratik Tawari
Dr. Kiran Patole
Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Gender Preference & Pre-Natal Sex Determination in Population Visiting Tertiary Care Hospital in Rural Area, Indian Journal of Maternal Fetal And Neonatal Medicine,Indian Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine Vol4 Number1, Jan – June 2017 2017
3 Dr. Snehal Naphade
Dr. Kiran P. Patole
Study of surgical site infections following gynecological surgeries in a tertiary care hospital. 2017
4 Dr. Mittali Khairnar
Dr. Abhijeet Patil
To studay the effieacy & success rate of single dose oral mifepristone + vaginal misoprostal V/S vaginal misoprostol alone for second trimester termination of pregnancy. 2017
5 Dr. Avirupa Roy
Dr. Manasi Kathaley
Estimation of fetal weight by clinical method ultrasonography and its co-relation with actual birth weight in term pregnancy. 2017
6 Dr. Pratik Tawari
Dr. Kiran Patole
Effects of awareness programme on the knowledge, attitude and practice of gender preference & pre-natal sex determination in population of Nasik district. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
jan-march 2017/Vol3/Issue1
2017
7 Dr. Priya Sonkhya
Dr. Nilima Gupte
Dr. Premlata Mittal
Pregnancy Outcomes of Oligohydramnios at Term diagnosed by Ultra Sonography (USG): A case control study, International Multyspeciality, Journal of Health (IMJH) Vol.3, Issue-2 Feb 2017. 2017
8 Dr. Trupti J. Dhakare
Dr. Kiran P. Patole
A study of Cardiotocography during active labour to assess the prenatal outcome in high risk pregnancy, MVP Journal of Medical Science, Vol3(2),92-95, july-December 2016 2016
9 Dr. Khetmal Shrikant
Dr(Mrs) Manasi H. Kathaley
A study of evaluation of tubal factors of infertility by hysterosalpingography & diagnostic laparoscopy, MVP Journal of Medical Science, Vol3(1),11-17, January 2016 2016
10 Dr. Abhijeet Patil
Dr. Ajit Patil
Effect of communication skills training for obtaining written Informed consent: an Indian experience, “Indian Journal Of Obstetrics And Gynaecology Research (IJOGR)” Vol.3, Issue. 4 2016
11 Dr. Priyanka Gaikwad
Dr. Kiran P. Patole
Umbilical Coiling Index and Perinatal Outcome, MVP Journal of Medical Science, Vol3(2),118-121, July-Dec 2016 2016
12 Dr. Tambat Anand
Dr. Ankita Chauhan
Relationship of the findings of Colour Doppler and Non-stress Test with the perinatal outcome among the cases of Intra-Uterine Growth Restriction, MVP Journal of Medical Science, Vol3(2),115-117, July-Dec 2016 2016
13 Dr. Kairavi Desai
Dr. Kiran P. Patole
Dr (Mrs) Manasi H. Kathaley
Endometrial evaluation by histopathology in abnormal uterine bleeding in premenopausal patients, MVP Journal of Medical Science,Vol1(2),75-79, july 2014 2014
14 Dr. Kiran P. Patole  
Dr. Varun Shirishkar
Study of placental insufficiencies in IUGR babies in term pregnancies, MVP Journal of Medical Science, Vol1(2),80-83, july 2014 2014