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OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY

 

 

About Department

The Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Medical College Baroda provides tertiary level care to women with normal and abnormal pregnancy and gynaecological problems. The department was opened on 9th November 1886 by His Excellency the Count of Dufferin, Viceroy and Governor General of India at the request of Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad, the then ruler of Baroda. The department is recognized by the Medical Council of India for undergraduate and postgraduate studies (degree and diploma). It has one of the 31 recognized HRRCs of the Indian Council of Medical Research. The outpatient department operates from OPD-10 located in the common OPD building. Facilities in the OPD include Ultrasonography, Colposcopy, fetal monitoring using Cardiotocography, screening for cervical cancer etc. The indoor admissions are made to wards 9, 10 and 11, located in a separate complex. The department receives patient referral from nearing districts of central Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan.

The obstetric services are provided in Smt. Rukmini Chainani Prasuti Gruh which is a 184 bedded building with 4 floors. This building has been constructed with a generous donation from the Baroda Medical College Alumni Association of North America.

The state of art Gynecology building has three Operation theatres which includes a fully equipped Endoscopy theatre. The department has 4 ultrasound machines including a 4D Color Doppler System. This building has been renovate with funds from the Smt. Kamlaben Ramanlal Shah Gambhirawala Trust. A 6 bed Obstetric NICU was added last year.

State of art 6 bed obstetric ICU in vicinity of labour room is established for managing life threatening  obstetric complications with  financial support  of NHM and technical support from UNICEF.

   

Staff

Sr no

Name

Designation

Phone No.

Email ID

1

Dr Ashish V Gokhale

Professor & Head

9825936807

dravgokhale@yahoo.com

2

Dr Nandita Maitra

Addl prof

9824357844

nmaitra03@gmail.com

3

Dr Dipti Modi

Addl prof

9376211601

diptimodi65@yahoo.com

4

Dr Maitri shah

Addl prof

9426370499

maitrishah.gynec@gmail.com

5

Dr Shonali Agarwal

Asso. prof

9376213226

shonaliagarwal75@yahoo.com

6

Dr  Purvi  Patel

Asso. prof

9825572215

drpurvipatel@gmail.com

7

Dr Jagruti Brahmbhatt

Asstt. Prof.

9825972769

 

8

Dr Yogesh  Parmar

Asstt. Prof.

9879576563

Dr.yogesh_parmar2yahoo.com

9

Dr Bijal Rami

Asstt. Prof.

9727375296

bijalrami323@yahoo.com

10

Dr Tosha Sheth

Asstt. Prof.

9925015135

 

11

Dr Niti Bhatia

Asstt. Prof.

9723709128

 

12

Dr  Palak Vaishnav

Asstt. Prof.

9327191285

drpalak11@gmail.com

13

Dr Garima Gandhi

Asstt. Prof.

9891773046

drgarora@gmail.com

14

Dr Juhi Patel

Asstt. Prof.

 

 

There are five teaching units with 190 beds

UNIT

OPD Day

Head of unit

Faculty

A

Monday & Thursday

Dr A V Gokhale  Prof & Head

Dr Shonali Agarwal Asso. Prof
Dr Jagruti Bhahmbhatt Asstt. Prof
Dr Niti Bhatia Asstt. Prof.

B

Tuesday

Dr Nandita Maitra  Addl Prof.

Dr  Tosha Sheth Asst. Prof
Dr  Palak vaishnav Asst prof

C

Wednesday

Dr Dipti Modi  Addl Prof.

Dr Bijal   Rami Asst prof
Dr  Juhi  Patel Asst prof

D

Friday

Dr Maitri  Shah Addl prof

Dr yogesh Parmar, Asst prof

E

Saturday

Dr  Purvi Patel, Asso Prof

 Dr Garima Gandhi, Asst prof

2. Non Teaching Staff 

Dr.Jayesh Prajapati M.O(P.P.Unit) 9426748186 dharamodi1980@yahoo.com
  A.O   Ogdepartment @ gmail.com
  Lab.Technician   _
Kishorbhai .Parmar Medical .Social.Worker 9904369188 _
Uma .M.Raval Jr.Clerk 9624686878 _
D.K.Parmar Jr.Clerk (P.PUnit) 9904553655 _
Tejas .C.Mane Peon (P.P.Unit) 9879891344 _

 

 

3. PG intake capacity :
Total 14 seats MS ( Obstetrics & Gynecology) per year

Clinical Facilities Available

1. High risk Obstetrics
2. Infertility
3. Operative Endoscopy
4. Microsurgery
5. Gynaec Oncology
6. Urogynaecology
7. Family planning and MTP
8. Ultrasonography
9. Genetic counseling
10 Antenatal Services
11 Gynecological Services
12 High Dependency Unit
13. Colposcopy
14. Cryotherapy
15. Maternal Fetal Medicine
16. PPTCT program

 

Research publications during last three years

  1. A study on Cardiac autonomic modulation during pregnancy by non –invasive heart rate variability measurement-Int J of Medicine and public Health,oct-Dec 2014,vol 4,issue 4 page 441-445 Dr Pritesh Gandhi,Dr H B Mehta,Dr A V Gokhale et al

  2. Bicornuate Uterus-surgeons dilemma during tubectomy –Gujarat IMA journal:March 2015 vol.10No. 3page 90-91 Dr AV Gokhale,Dr Jitesh Shah,Dr Nitin raithatha

  3. Posterior Reverse Encephalopathy syndrome in case of Eclampsia-Gujarat IMA Journal July 2015 vol.10 No.7 page 79-81 Dr Rajni Parikh,Dr A V Gokhale

  4. Ocular manifestations of Pre-eclampsia-Int J of scientific Research.vol4,issue9,sept 2015 page 37-38,Dr Rajni Parikh,Dr A V Gokhale

  5. 5. Compliance and efficacy of syndromic management of sexually transmitted infections (STI) in women attending Gynec OPD at tertiary care centre- Journal of the Indian Medical Association. Original Article ,Volume 115, Number 07, Pag1111e No. 9-13, July, 2017 Dr Swati wankhede, Dr A V Gokhale

  6. The effect of hypnosis on dysmenorrheal: Maitri shah , Anuradha monga , Sangita patel , Malay Shah, Harsh Bakshi (2014), international journal of clinical and experimental hypnosis, 62:2, 164-178, doi: 1080/00207144.2014.869128

  7. Validation of vaginal discharge syndrome among pregnant women attending obstetrics clinic, in the tertiary hospital of western india: Maitri shah, Shetal Deshmukh, Sangita Patel, Kedar Mehta, Yogesh  Marfatia: Indian J Sex Transm Dis 2014;35:118-23.

  8. Risk of malignancy index in the evaluation of adnexal masses: Maitra N, Javadekar R.: bjog 2014;121suppl s2:200-216doi10.1111/1471-0528

  9. Study to assess the acceptability and feasibility of cervical cancer screening using visual inspection with acetic acid and treatment of precancerous lesions using cryotherapy in low resource settings: Sheth Tosha, Maitra Nandita: Int J Reprod Contracept Obstet Gynecol. 2014 sep;3(3):615-621.doi: 10.5455/2320-1770.ijrcog20140940

  10. Sexually transmitted infections in women:a correlation of clinical and laboratory diagnosis in cases of vaginal discharge syndrome: Vidyalaxmi Chauhan, Maitri Shah, Sejal Thakkar, Sangita Patel, Yogesh Marfatia: Indian Dermatology online journal – November 2014 ;5(1), s1-5.

  11. Pregnancy outcome in isolated oligohydramnios at term. Patel Purvi, Pitre D, Gupta H.  Intl J of Community Med 2015; 6(2): 84-88.

  12. Predictive value of various risk factors for preterm labor: Patel Purvi, Pitre D, Bhooker s. Natl J Community Med. 2015; 6(1): 121-5.

  13. Evaluation of conjugated equine estrogen (cee) vaginal cream in the management of vulvo-vaginal atrophy in postmenopausal indian women shah maitri c,  karena zalak v,  patel sangita v,  parmar niyati t,  pawan k singh, atul sharma.. j. obstet. gynaecol. res. vol. 41, no. s1: 173–4, october 2015.

  14. Management of atonic post partum haemorrhage: bijal d rami, nidhi d pancholi,  sapana r shah international journal of basic and applied medical sciences, volume 5, no.2, may-august 2015

  15. Fetomaternal outcome in primi breech at term pregnancy: dipti a modi, bijal d rami, kalpesh gadhvi: international journal of research in medicine, volume 4, issue 3, june-september 2015

  16. Role of serum beta hcg and lipid profile in early second trimester as predictors of hypertensive disorders of pregnancy: dipti a modi, bijal d rami, gurleen a wander: international journal of research in medicine, volume 4, issue jan – march 2016

  17. Efficacy of syndromic management measured as symptomatic improvement in females with vaginal discharge syndrome. chauhan v, shah mc, patel sv, marfatia ys, zalavadiya d. indian j sex transm dis 2016;37:28-32

  18. Pain relief in dysmenorrheal: exploring hypnosis as an alternative therapy. shah m, monga a, patel sv, shahm, bakshi h. chrismed j health res 2016; 3:197-202.

  19. Prediction of adverse maternal outcomes in preeclampsia using a risk prediction model: shruti agarwal, nandita maitra: journal of obstetrics and gynecology of india 2016; 66(s1): s104-111

  20. Examining cesarean delivery rates using the robson’s ten-group classification: Raysing Yadav, Nandita Maitra: journal of obstetrics and gynecology of india 2016; 66(s1): s1-s6

  21. Elective versus emergency caesarean section: maternal complications and neonatal outcomes Rani Soren, Nandita Maitra, Purvi k Patel, Tosha Sheth. iosr journal of nursing and health science volume 5, issue 5 ver. viii (sep. - oct. 2016), pp 01-04

  22. Fetal heart rate patterns in patients with thick meconium staining of amniotic fluid and its association with perinatal outcome. Desai DS, Maitra N, Patel P.  Int J Reprod Contracept Obstet Gynecol 2017;6:1030-5.

  23. Dr.Tejal Desai, Dr.Dhwani Desai, Dr.RaginiVerma, "Study of Effect of Maternal BMI on Neonatal Outcome in Women Admitted to Labour Ward of New Civil Hospital", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/archive/v5i7/v5i7.php, Volume 5 Issue 7, July 2016, 862 - 863

  24. Dr.Tejal Desai, Dr.Dhwani Desai, Dr.RaginiVerma, "Study of Effect of Maternal BMI on Neonatal Outcome in Women Admitted to Labour Ward of New Civil Hospital", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/archive/v5i7/v5i7.php, Volume 5 Issue 7, July 2016, 862 - 863.

  25. Dr.KalpanaKathrotiya, Dr.AmishaGheewala, Dr.RaginiVerma, "Study of Correlation between Clinical Diagnosis by Syndromic Approach and Aetiological Laboratory Diagnosis amongst Women with Vaginal Discharge due to CandidialVulvo-vaginitis and Bacterial Vaginosis Presenting to Gynecology OPD", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/archive/v5i5/v5i5.php, Volume 5 Issue 5, May 2016, 1218 - 1220

  26. Koradia T.K, Ragini V, Jagruti A Study of cervical cytology, colposcopic abnormality and biopsy findings in 100 HIV infected women. International Journal of Scientific Research, Vol : 4, Issue : 1 January 2015,401-402..

  27. Dr.PoojaAgarwal, Dr.R.N.Verma, Dr.Saral Bhatia Sexually Transmitted Infection andReproductive Tract Infection in HIV Infected women International Journal of Scientific Research, Vol : 4, Issue : 1 January 2015,21-23.

  28. Study of sexual behavior and prevalence of STIs/RTIs and HIV among workers of textile industries in Surat city, Gujarat, India. Indian Journal of Sexually Transmitted Diseases and AIDS, Vol. 34, No. 1, January-June, 2014, pp. 14-18

  29. Study to compare the efficacy and side effects of misoprostola nd methylergometrine for prevention of post partum haemorrhage in third stage of labour. Int. J. res. Med. 2014; 3(4); 01-05

 

Book Chapters

  1. Purvi Patel: uterine polyps: chapter in the book ‘treatment and prognosis in obstetrics & gynecology’: editors: manju gita mishra, hemali heidi sinha; jaypee publications, first edition:2014. isbn 978-93-5152-162-4. pg 327-337

  2. Maitri Shah, Saloni Prajapati. Puerperal Pyrexia. In: Reena Wani (eds) fever in pregnancy. cbs publishers and distributors pvt ltd, new delhi 2016; p. 110-5.

  3. Nandita Maitra. The Booking visit in pregnancy In:Handbook of Obstetrics and Gynecology for Asia and Oceania. Eds: Bhide A, Divakar H, Arulkumaran S. Jaypee Publishers Ltd. 2016; pp52-55

  4. Nandita Maitra, Saloni Prajapati. Abdominal Examination in Pregnancy. In:Handbook of Obstetrics and Gynecology for Asia and Oceania. Eds: Bhide A, Divakar H, Arulkumaran S. Jaypee Publishers Ltd. 2016;pp 56-61

  5. Nandita Maitra. Plan for Antenatal Care. In:Handbook of Obstetrics and Gynecology for Asia and Oceania. Eds: Bhide A, Divakar H, Arulkumaran S. Jaypee Publishers Ltd. 2016;pp 62-66

  6. Nandita Maitra, Kamaljeet Dogra. Routine blood tests in pregnancy. In:Handbook of Obstetrics and Gynecology for Asia and Oceania. Eds: Bhide A, Divakar H, Arulkumaran S. Jaypee Publishers Ltd. 2016 pp 67-71

  7. Nandita Maitra. Specific blood tests in pregnancy. In:Handbook of Obstetrics and Gynecology for Asia and Oceania. Eds: Bhide A, Divakar H, Arulkumaran S. Jaypee Publishers Ltd. 2016. Pp 72-77

 

Research Projects in 3 Years

1. A study of Teenage pregnancy and its outcome. ICMR (2011-2015)
2. A comparative study of the simplified partograph (GOI Adaptation 2010) and ICMR partograph. (April 2014)
3. Hospital Based Surveillance of Female Genital Fistula ICMR .(2010-2013)
4. Hysterectomy Profile in Tertiary Care public hospitals (ICMR Task Force study) (Proposed)
5. Respectful Maternity care initiative (ICMR Task Force study) (Proposed)

 

DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS FOR 2016
Total Outpatient visits 27243
Total indoor admissions 7150
Deliveries 7044
Cesarean Section 2406
Emergency Laparotomy 111
Open Gyn Surgery 483
Laparoscopic surgery 178
Minor Gyn surgery 483
Tubal Ligation 3661

Education and Training

Undergraduate Teaching: In the form of classroom lectures, clinical bedside teaching, screening of videos, integrated lectures, focus group discussions, seminars and the use of teaching aids.

Postgraduate Teaching: A dedicated teaching program includes didactic lectures, weekly clinical meets, death audits, seminars and journal clubs. Active participation of postgraduates in state and national level conferences is encouraged.

Service Teaching: Training of medical officers in Emergency Obstetric Care, MTP and Laparoscopic TL

National Programs : National Family Planning Program, Anemia Control Program, PPTCT program; Emergency Obstetric Care Training program, Training of Skilled Birth Attendants.

CME held in the deptt.

1)      ICOG Medha 2016  CME  for PostGraduates – in collaboration with Baroda OG society & ICOG 10&11 sept 2016

2)      Gurukul Programme 2017 – CME for Postgraduates in collaboration  with Indian Menopause society Vadodara chapter-13 July 2017

 

 

 
 

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