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PULMONARY MEDICINE

 
 

About Department

In 1966, Department of T.B and Chest disease was started at S.S.G. Hospital, Baroda. The Department of Pulmonary Medicine, Medical College Baroda provides tertiary level care to patients related to Chest diseases & TB (Drug sensitive and Drug resistant Tuberculosis). The department is recognized by the Medical Council of India for undergraduate and postgraduate studies. The outpatient department is at OPD-17 which is located in the common OPD building. The indoor admissions are made to Ward No. 21(DOTS Plus Ward – Drug Resistant Tuberculosis patients), Ward No. 22(TB patients) & Ward No. 23(patient related to Chest diseases) located on 2nd floor of Makarand Desai Orthopedic Sankul.

 

 
 

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

Department of Pulmonary Medicine has One Unit.
• There are 4 PG seats in Department ( M.D - 2 ; DTCD - 2)
• Department has daily OPD and daily INDOOR facility.
• Teaching faculty: 2 Professors, 1 Associate Professor and 1 Assistant Professor.
• Resident Doctors: 5
• Total Teaching Beds available: 40
• In each ward, there is division for male and female patients.
• In chest ward, there is separate room for Bronchoscopy &Thoracoscopy, Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing & DLCO, Polysomnography.
• RICU facility available in MICU.

 

Staff

FACULTIES

Sr. No.

Name

Designation

Email Address

Mobile No.

1

Dr. Mahendra.Z.Patel  

Professor & Head

mahendraz_patel@yahoo.com

09427478093

2

Dr. Amritlal T. Leuva

Ex-Officio Prof. & Dean

hodtbcd@rediffmail.com

09824009006

3

Dr. Parul Vadgama

Associate Professor

drparulvadgama1980@gmail.com

09879533318

4

Dr. Jitendrakumar A. Sisodia

Assistant Professor

Dr.Jit15@gmail.com

08460689890

Residents

Sr. No.

Name

Designation

Email Address

Mobile No.

1

Dr. Hiren Parikh

Senior Resident

Drhirenparikh@gmail.com

08980553501

2

Dr. Mrugesh Desai 

3rd Year Resident

Drmrugeshdesai89@gmail.com

09825482020

3

Dr. Amisha Shah

3rd Year Resident

Amisha11290@gmail.com

09408891098

4

Dr. Pankaj Panchal

2nd  Year Resident

Pankaj_panchal85@yahoo.co.in

09428804936

5

Dr. Tehzeeb Faruqui

2nd Year Resident

Seher_faruqui@yahoo.com

08511717768

6

Dr. Yagnang Vyas

1st Year Resident

yagnang@gmail.com

08511105140

   
 

Curriculum for M.D. (Pulmonary Medicine)
 

(1) NEED AND SCOPE :-
Lung diseases are a major cause of morbidity and mortality all over the world. Tuberculosis, which primarily involves the lungs, is reported in 2-3% of general population. The recent threat of AIDS has further aggravated the T.B. is also responsible for considerable morbidity & mortality.

Besides T.B. there is heavy burden of non-T.B. lung diseases & respiratory emergencies. Diseases such as Br. Asthma, COPD, Respi. Infections, Lung Cancer and others account for about 70% of the Lung diseases seen in any large hospital in INDIA. Asthma alone may affect 5-7% of adults and about 10% of children. Prevalence of occupational and environment hazards has also increases. Respiratory failure secondary to infections, road accidents and other trauma, poisoning and intoxication, asthma and several other conditions may account for a heavy mortality. Tobboco smoking, a widely prevalent habit is the major cause of many lung diseases in INDIA, and may be responsible for 7-13 million patients of COPD and 0.11-0.21 million of COPD deaths.

Moreover Post-graduate degree in M.D. (T.B. & Chest dz. ) is not available at Medical College and S.S.G. Hospital, Baroda. Diploma course (T.D.D.\ D.T.C.D. ) is running since 1966, so most of the facilities are available at our department.

(2) DURATION OF THE COURSE:
The course is to be completed by residency or P.G. student ship of three years under Recognized P.G. teacher in the subject concerned. Out of these years maximum of one year (Two terms) may be by rotation under recognized P.G. teacher of teachers of allied branches viz. general medicine, cardiology if available.
 

(3) DESSERTATION :-
Every candidate presenting himself for the the examination for the first time shall submit with his application for admission to the exam, six types written copies of a dessertation prepared under the direction and guidance and to the satisfaction of his P.G. teacher. The dessertation and application for admission to the exam must be submitted six month before the exam. Institutional Ethical committee should have passed the dissertation topic.

The dissertation will be an original expatiation on a subject, which is original in it self its interpretation based on the work of the candidate.

Minimum 4 and maximum 6 examiners will assess the dissertation of each fresh candidate. They may or may not be examiners for clinical and theory exams.

If majority of examiners have accepted a dissertation, it will be considered “accepted” & if majority rejects the dissertation it will be considered “ non-accepted”

In case rejection by an examiner, he shall give reason for rejection in writing for the guidance of the candidate.

The length of dissertation should be five to seven thousand words.

Goals:
The postgraduate training course would train a MBBS doctor who will practice efficiently and effectively, backed by scientific knowledge and skill base Exercise empathy and a caring attitude and maintain high ethical standards. Continue to evince keen interest in continuing education in the speciality irrespective of whether he is in a teaching institution or in the specialty Be a motivated ‘teacher’ – defined as specialist keen to share his knowledge and skill with a colleague or a junior or any learner.

Objectives:
The following objectives are laid out to achieve the goals of the course. These objectives are to be achieved by the time the candidate completes the course. The objectives may be considered under the subheadings.

1. Knowledge ( Cognitive domain )

 2. Skills ( Psycho motor domain )

3. Human Values, Ethical practice and Communication abilities)

Knowledge:
Describe etiology , pathophysiology, principles of diagnosis and management of common problems including emergencies , in adults and children.
Describe indications and methods for fluid and electrolyte replacement therapy including blood transfusion.
Describe common malignancies in the country and their management including prevention.
Demonstrate understanding of basic science relevant to this specialty
Identify social, economic, environmental and emotional determinant in a given case, and take them into account for planning therapeutic measures.
Recognize conditions that may be outside the area of his specialty/competence and to refer them to the proper specialist.
Advise regarding the operative or non-operative management of the case and to carry out this management effectively.
Update oneself by self study and by attending courses, conferences and seminars relevant to the specialty.
Teach and guide his team, colleagues and other students.
Undertake audit, use information technology tools and carry out research. both basic and clinical, with the aim of publishing his work and presenting his work at various scientific for academic purpose.

Skills:

• Take a proper clinical history, examine the patient, perform essential diagnosis procedures and order relevant tests and interpret them to come to a reasonable diagnosis about the condition.
• Provide basic and advanced life saving support services ( BLS & ALSI ) emergency situations

• Undertake complete patient monitoring including the care of the patient
• To perform pulmonary function tests including spirometry
• Human values, Ethical practice and communication abilities
• Adopt ethical principles in all aspects of his/her practice. Professional honesty and integrity are to be fostered. Care is to be delivered irrespective of the social status, Caste, creed or religion of the patient.
• Develop communication skills, in particular the skill to explain various option available in management and to obtain a true informed consent from the patient.
• Provide leadership and get the best out of his team in a congenial working atmosphere.
• Apply high moral and ethical standards while carrying out human or animal research.
• Be humble and accept the limitations in his knowledge and skill and to ask to help from colleagues when needed.
• Respect patient’s rights and privileges including patient’s right to information and right to seek a second opinion.

4)Suggested Reading Material
A.Text books
Tuberculosis-
- Tuberculosis by Sharma Mohan
-Tuberculosis by K.N.Rao
-Tuberculosis by Satya shri
- Tuberculosis -Menon,
- Case finding & Chemotherapy in Tuberculosis by K.Toman

Chest-
-Textbook of Pulmonary Medicine by Crofton & Douglas
-Textbook of Respi. Medicine by Fishman
- Textbook of Respiratory Medicine by Murray & Nadel
- Textbook of Respiratory Diseases by D.Behra
- Textbook of Critical Care Medicine by F.Udwadia

Medicine-
- Principles of Internal medicine by Harrison’s
- Textbook of Medicine by Cecil
- Textbook of General Medicine by Golwala

B.Journals
- Indian Journal of Tuberculosis
- Lung India
- Indian journal of chest diseases and allied sciences
- Tuberculosis and lung disease
- American review of respiratory diseases
- Thorax
- Chest
- North American clinics
- Lancet

 
   
 

Course Contents

• Theory:
1) Basic sciences including Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Microbiology and Pharmacology.

2) Arterial blood gases and acid base disturbance.

3) Tuberculosis – Pulmonary & Extra- Pulmonary and allied topics in Tuberculosis

4) Non-Tubercular Respiratory Diseases.

a) Immunology of respiratory diseases.
b) Upper respiratory tract infection
c) Pneumonia
d) Emphysema
e) Lung abscess
f) Disease of Pleura
g) Fungal infection of the lung
h) Chronic bronchitis and emphysema
i) Pulmonary hypertension
j) Respiratory failure
k) Bronchiectasis
l) Parasitic diseases of the lung
m) Sarcoidosis
n) Bronchial asthma
o) Pulmonary eosinophilia, PAN, Wegener’s granulomatosis
p) Pneumothrax and Mediastinal emphysema
q) Pulmonary thrombo embolism
r) Occupational lung diseases
s) Tumors of the lung
t) Diffuse fibrosing alveolitis
u) Respiratory manifestations of systemic diseases
v) Hyaline Membrane Diseases, Cystic Fibrosis Goodpasture’s syndrome
w) Diseases of Mediastinum
x) Diseases of chest wall
y) Diseases of diaphragm
z) Lung transplantation
Internal Medicine – basic level

• Practical
Pulmonary function test
Spirometry
ICD
Pleural biopsy
Arterial puncture
FNAC
True-cut lung biopsy

 
   
 

Teaching/ Learning Activities

1. Clinical Case discussion twice a week
2. Journal Club Once a week
3. Subject Seminar once in 15 days
4. Mortality Meeting Once a month

A candidate pursuing the course should work in the institution as a full time student. No candidate should be permitted to run a clinic/ laboratory/ nursing home while studying postgraduate course. Each year should be taken as a unit for the purpose of calculating attendance. Every student shall attend teaching and learning activities during each year as prescribed by the department and not absent himself/herself from work without valid reasons.

A list of teaching and learning activities designed to facilitate students acquire essential knowledge and skills outlined is given below. Depending on the facilities available, any or all of these methods may be employed. However, the activities for which details are given mandatory.

1. Lecture: Lecture are to be kept to a minimum. They may, however, be employed for teaching certain topics. Lectures may be didactic or integrated.
a) Didactic Lectures: Recommended for selected common topics for post graduate students of all specialties. Few topics are suggested as examples:

1) Bio-statistics
2) Use of library,
3) Research Methods
4) Medical code of conduct and Medical Ethics
5) National Health and Diseases Control Programmes
6) Communication skill etc.

These topics may preferable taken up in the first few weeks of the 1st year
b) Integrated Lectures: These are recommended to be taken by multidisciplinary teams for selected topics, eg, Jaundice. Diabetes mellitus, Thyroid etc.

2. Journal Club: Recommended to be held once a week. All the PG students are expected to attend and actively participate in discussion and enter in the log book relevant details. Further, every candidate must make a presentation from the allotted journal(s), selected articles at least four times a year and a total of 12 seminar presentation in three years. The presentation would be evaluated using checklist and would carry weightage for internal assessment (see checklist in chapter IV) time table with names o the students and the moderator should be announced at the beginning of the every year.

3. Subject Seminar: Recommended to be held once a week. All the PG students are expected to attend actively participate in discussion and enter in the log book relevant details. Further, every candidate must present on selected topics at least four times a year and total of 12 seminar presentations in three years. The presentation would be evaluated using check lists and would carry weightage for internal assessment (See checklist in chapter IV) A timetable for the subject with names off the student and the moderator should be scheduled at the beginning of every year.

4. Student Symposium: Recommended as an optional multi disciplinary programmed the evaluation may be similar to that described for subject seminar.

5. Ward Rounds: Ward rounds may be service or teaching rounds.
a) Service Rounds: Postgraduate students and Interns should do every day for the care of the patients. Newly admitted patients should be worked up by the PGs and presented to the seniors the following day.
b) Teaching Rounds: Every unit should have ‘grand rounds’ for teaching purpose. A diary should be maintained for day to day activities by the students.
Entries of (a) and (b) should be made in the Log Book.

6. Clinico-Pathological Conference: Recommended once a month for all post graduate students. Presentation is done by rotation. If cases are not available due to lack of clinical postmortems, it could be supplemented by published CPCs.

7. Inter Departmental Meetings: Strongly recommended particularly with department of pathology and Radio-Diagnosis at least once a week. These meeting should be attended by post graduate students and relevant entries must be made in the Log book.

Pathology: A dozen interesting cases may be chosen and presented by the post graduate students and discussed by them as well as the senior staff of surgery department. The staff of Pathology department would then show the slides and present final diagnosis. In the sessions the advance immunohistochemical techniques, the burgeoning markers other recent developments can be discussed.
Radio-diagnosis: Interesting cases and the imaging modalities should be discussed.

8. Microbiology: Collection of specimen, AFB staining, Culture techniques and interpretation

9. Work in PFT laboratory

10. Teaching Skills: Post graduate students must teach under graduate students ( Eg. Medical, Nursing) by taking demonstrations, bedsides clinics, tutorials, lectures etc. Assessment is made using a checklist by surgery faculty as well students. ( See model checklist in chapter IV) . Record of their participation be kept in Log book. Training of post graduate students in educational science and technology is recommended.

11. Continuing Medical Education Programmes (CME) : Recommended that at least 2 state level CME Programmes should be attended by each students in 3 years.

12. Conferences: Attending conference is optional. However it is encouraged.

Rotation Postings:
In the parents department of TB and Respiratory Medicine - 26 months
Department of Medicine 6 months
ICCU 2 months
Department of Radio-diagnosis 1 month
Casualty 1 month
Total: 36 months

 
   
 

Monitoring Learning Progress

It is essential to monitor the learning progress of each candidate through continuous appraisal and regular assessment. It not only also helps teachers to evaluate students, but also students to evaluate themselves. The monitoring be done by the staff of the department based on participation of students in various teaching/learning activities. It may be structured and assessment be done using checklists that assess various aspects. Checklist is given in chapter IV.

The learning out comes; to be assessed should included (i) Personal attitude (ii) Acquisition of knowledge (iii) Clinical and operative skills (iv) Teaching skills and (v) Dissertations
I ) Personal Attitude : The essential items are:
Caring attitude
Initiative
Organizational ability
Potential to cope with stressful situation and undertake responsibility
Trust worthiness and reliability
To understand and communicate intelligible with patients and others
To behave in a manner which establishes professional relationship with patients and colleagues
Ability to work it team
A critical enquiring approach to the acquisition of knowledge
The methods used mainly consisted of observation. It is appreciated that these terms requires a degree of subjective assessment by the guide, supervisors and peers.

II ) Acquisition of knowledge : The methods used comprise of ‘Log book’ which records participation in various teaching / learning activities by the students. The number of activities attended and the number in which presentation are made to be recorded. The log book should periodically be validated by supervisors. Some of the activities are listed. The list is not complete Institution may include additional activities , if so, desired.
Journal Review Meeting ( Journal Club) : The ability to do literature search, in depth study, presentation skills, and use audio-visual aids are to be assessed. The assessed is made by faculty members and peers attending the meeting using a checklist ( see Model Checklist-I Chapter-IV)
Seminars / Symposia: The topics should be assigned to the students well in advance to facilitate in depth study. The ability to do literature search, in depth study, presentation skills and use of audio-visual aids are to be assessed using a checklist ( see Model Checklist-II, Chapter IV)
Clinico-Pathological Conferences: This should be a multidisciplinary case study of an interesting case to train the candidate to solve diagnostic and therapeutic problems by using an analytical approach. The presenter(s) are to be assessed using a check list similar to that used for seminar.
Medical Audit: Periodic morbidity and mortality meeting be held. Attendance and participation in these must be insisted upon. This may not be included in assessment.

III ) Clinical Skills :
Day to day work: Skills in outpatient and ward work should be assessed periodically. The assessment should include the candidates sincerity and punctuality, analytical ability and communication skills ( see Model Checklist III, Chapter IV)
Clinical Meetings: Candidate should periodically presents cases to his peers and faculty members. This should be assessed using a checklist ( See Model checklist IV Chapter IV)
Clinical and Procedural skills : The candidate should be given graded responsibility to enable learning by apprenticeship. The performance is assessed by the guide by direct observation particulars are recorded by the students in the log book ( Table No 3, Chapter IV)

IV) Teaching skills : Candidate should be encouraged to teach undergraduate medical students and paramedical students, if any. This performance should be based on assessment by the faculty members of the department and from feedback from the undergraduate students ( See Model Checklist V, Chapter IV)

V) Dissertation in the Department: Periodic presentation are to be made in the department. Initially the topic selected is to be presented before submission to the University for registration, again before finalization for critical evaluation and another before final submission of the complete works ( see Model Checklist VI & VII Chapter IV)

VI) Periodic tests: The departments may conduct three tests, two of them be annual tests, one at the end of first year and other in the second year. The third test may be held three months before the final examination. The tests may include written papers Practical / clinical and Viva voce.

VII) Work diary / Log book – every candidate shall maintain a work diary and record his/her participation in the training Programmes conducted by the department such as journals reviews, seminars etc special mention may be made of the presentation by the candidate as well as details of clinical or laboratory procedures, if any conducted by the candidate.

VIII) Records: Records logbooks and marks obtained in tests will be maintained by the head of the departments and will be made available to the University or MCI

Log book:
 

The logbook is a record of the important activities of the candidates during his training, Internal assessment should be based on the evaluation of the log book. Collectively, log books are a tool for the evaluation off the training Programmes of the institute by external agencies. The record includes academic activities as well as the presentation and procedures carried out by the candidate.
Format for the Log book for the different activities is given in table 1,2 and 3 of chapter IV. Copies may be made and used by the institutions.
Postgraduate student’s diary should include following activities:
Format for PG Diary ( Log book )
1. Cases seen on rounds – description of interesting cases and other miscellaneous topics discussed.
2. Outpatient cases seen and details of interesting cases will follow up.

3. Procedures done on inpatients and outpatients and consultation done.
4. Undergraduate teaching done during the day details.
5. PG training programmes attended – details of bedside clinic, basic sciences, subject and clinical seminars , journal clubs, mortality meet and hospital conference.
6. Night duties – details of patients managed and emergencies , consultation. Ward calls attended.
7. Details of study with topics covered during off hours in library / home. Periodicals and Journals reviewed with notes on interesting articles.
8. Medical meeting Seminars . Local API / CSI meeting or other interesting CME seminars attended.
9. Diary should be reviewed on weekly basis by unit faculty and certified on monthly basis for PG ‘s benefit at the end of each medical/speciallity rotation. Faculty should comment regarding absences and irregularities (Late arrivals and early departure ) and make appropriate comment and suggest remedial measure for problematic prodigies.
10. Size of note books: 15 cm with 200 pages. All note books should have seal of college and H.O.D’s approval: Extra note books may be utilized as and when necessary. Dairy should be presented at the time of University clinical exam for review by examiners as per University regulation.
Procedure for defaulters: Every department should have a committee to review such situations. The defaulting candidate is counseled by the guide and head of the department. In extreme cases of default the department committee may recommend that defaulting candidate be withheld from appearing examination. If she/he fails to fulfill the requirements in spite of being adequate chances to set himself or herself right.

 

 
   
 

Internal evaluation of P.G. students performance during three years.

 Ist year of M.D. Students:
Assessment of student with multiple choice questions multiple short notes covering wide range of topics and practical examination with attention to history taking. Clinical skills, relevant diagnostics and therapeutic plan ascertained. Suggested time of evaluation after first six months and at the end of the first year rotation.

 IInd year of M.D. Students;
Students should be evaluated at the end of the II year on the theory and practical examination along with one faculty from General Medicine. For other specialties with short rotation of one month may evaluate the candidate for comprehension of the subject and clinical skills.

 IIIrd year of M.D. Students:
P.G.’s should be evaluated at the beginning of his 3rd year training by panel of senior postgraduate teachers. Suggested pattern of assessment with two type theory papers and multiple choice questions (200)- clinical skills, diagnostic and therapeutics skills evaluated intermittently by unit faculties.
Mock examination suggested – 3 to 4 months prior to final University exam should consist of two question papers each 3 hours duration, and clinical and viva voce similar to university examination under the supervision of seminar faculty.
Results of evaluation should be entered into P.G.’s diary and department file documentation purposes. Main Purpose of periodic examination and accountability is to ensure clinical expertise of students with practical and communication skills and balance broader concept of diagnostic and therapeutic challenges.

 
   
 

LIST OF LECTURES

1. Clinical Aspects of Respiratory Diseases
2. Diagnostic Imaging and Radiology
3. Hazards of Smoking and Air Pollution
4. Tuberculosis: Pathology
5. Pulmonary Tuberculosis: Clinical Features
6. Pulmonary Tuberculosis: Diagnosis
7. Pulmonary Tuberculosis: Investigations
8. Pulmonary Tuberculosis: Treatment
9. Newer Diagnostic Modalities for Tuberculosis
10. Radiological Features of Pulmonary Tuberculosis
11. Extra-Pulmonary Tuberculosis
12. MDR-Tuberculosis
13. XDR-Tuberculosis
14. RNTCP
15. DOTS PLUS PROGRAMME Management
16. HIV-TB
17. Acute Upper Respiratory Infections
18. Pneumonias
19. Empyema
20. Lung Abscess
21. CNS Tuberculosis

22. Abdominal Tuberculosis
23. Chronic Bronchitis and Emphysema
24. Respiratory Failure
25. Pulmonary Thromboembolism
26. Pulmonary Hypertension and Core Pulmonale
27. Bronchiectesis
28. Diseases of Pleura
29. Pneumothorax
30. Malignancies of the Lung
31. Asthma:Epidemilogy,Pathogenesis and Management
32. Occupational Lung Diseases

 
   
 

DEPARTMENTAL LIBRARY

::: DEPARTMENTAL BOOKS :::

Sr. Title Author
1 Pulmonary Diseases and Disorders (4th edition) Vol 1 Alfed P. Fishmen & Others
2 Pulmonary Diseases and Disorders (4th edition) Vol 2 Alfed P. Fishmen & Others
3 Crofton & Douglas Respiratory Diseases – Vol  I & II Crofton & Douglas
4 Murray  and Nodal textbook of Respiratory Medicine Vol 1 Murray  and Nodal
5 Murray  and Nodal textbook of Respiratory Medicine Vol 2 Murray  and Nodal
6 Respiratory System At A Glance 4ed 2015  Jeremy & R.T.Ward
7 Pleural disease 5th edition Richard w. Light
8 Pleural disease 6th edition 2013  Richard w. Light
9 Clinical Focus Series. Difficult Asthma 1st Edi.2013  Heaney  Liam
10 Clinical Focus Series. Lesions Of Sarcoidosis. A Problem Solving Approach 1 St Edi.2014  Sharma  Late Omp
11 Manual Of Respiratory Medicine 1st Edi.2005  Harmanjit Singh Hira
12 Oxygen Therapy  2nd Edi.2008  S.K.Jindal
13 Pocket Tutor Understanding ABGs & Lung Function Test-2012 (2 Copies) Thillai Muhanthan
14 Pulmonary Function Tests. Made Easy 1st Edi.2009  Jayant R Shah
15 Clinical Focus Series. Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis 1st  Edi.2013  Om P Sharma
16 Sleep Related Breathing Disorders 1st Edi.2015 Vivek Nangia
17 Asthma In Children 1st Edi. 2011 Meeny Singh
18 Cystic fibrosis (history Background)   Gartic Bohis
19 Cystic fibrosis (Etiology ) Gartic Bohis
20 Cystic fibrosis (Pathophysiology and Clinical features ) Gartic Bohis
21 Cystic fibrosis (Nutrition) Gartic Bohis
22 Pulmonary Diseases and Disorders (3rd  edition) Alfed P. Fishmen & Others
23 Pulmonary Diseases and Disorders (3rd  edition) Alfed P. Fishmen & Others
24 Diagnosis of diseases of chest vol.1 Fraser,Muller,Colman,Pare
25 Diagnosis of diseases of chest vol.2 Fraser,Muller,Colman,Pare
26 Diagnosis of diseases of chest vol.3 Fraser,Muller,Colman,Pare
27 Diagnosis of diseases of chest vol.4 Fraser,Muller,Colman,Pare
28 Text book of pulmonary medicine D.Behra
29 Principle of respiratory medicine Udawadiya
30 Chest Medicine : Essential of Pulmonary & critical Medicine Ronald b. Georg
31 Allergic  Asthma -  Tropical View  
32 Bronchial Asthma Behera
33 Allergy & Asthma : - Practical Diagnosis & Management Massoudimah Moudi
34 100 Questions & Answers about Asthma Claudia S. Plottel
35 Allergy Dr.R.K.Patel
36 COPD Charnack
37 Interstitial Lung Disease , 5th edition Marvin I. Schwartz
38 Environmental and Occupational Medicine William N Rom
39 Occupational & Environmental Medicine Review: pearls of wisdom  Michael Greenberg
40 Manual of Clinical Problems in Pulmonary Medicine  
41 Pulmonary Diagnostic Techniques Om P Sharma
42 Washington Manual of Clinical Problems in Pulmonary Medicine Bordow, Moser
43 Spirometry in Practice Jyotsna Joshi
44 Interpretation of Pulmonary Function Robert E. Hyatt & Others
45 Washington Manual of Clinical Problems in Pulmonary Medicine Bordow, Morris,Rice
46 Practical Approach to Respiratory Diseases V.K.Arora
47 Clinical Focus Series Acute Exacerbation of Respiratory Diseases Steven A Sahn
48 Principle & Practice of sleep Medicine : Expert Consults Meirh. Kryger
49 Handbook of Sleep Medicine Alon Y Avidan
50 Training Module of MOS in HIV  Care.   
51 Current Pulmonology  Daniel H. Symonts
52 Clinics in Chest Medicine  
53 Guidelines for prevention and management of common opportunistic infections or malignancies among HIV infected adults and adolescents  
54 Anti Retroviral therapy, Guidelines for HIV Infected Adults and Adolescents including post-exposure prophylaxis (2 copies)  
55 Atlas of Chest  
56 Bates' Pocket Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking Lynn S Bickley
57 Pocket Manual on The Art of History Taking Shivananda Prabhu
58 Pocket Book of Infection Diseases Therapy John G. Bartlett
59 Lung Cancer (Emerging Cancer Therapeutics Vol 1) Athanassios Argiris
60 New Treatment Strategies in Metastatic Lung Cancer  
61 Principles & Practice Of lung Cancer Harvey l. pass
62 100 Questions & Answer’s About Lung Cancer Karen Parles
63 Principle & Practice Of Lung Cancer 4th Edi.2010 Harvey I. Pass
64 Transbronchial & Endobronchial biopsy Cagle, Allen
65 Atlas Of Flexible Bronchoscopy Pallav Shah
66 Introduction to Bronchoscopy Armin Ernst
67 Textbook of Bronchoscopy  Steven N Feinsilver and Alan M Fein
68 Endobronchial Ultrasound an Atlas and Practical Guide Armin Ernst & Felix herth
69 Medical Thoracoscopy / Pleuroscopy :Manual & Atlas Robber Loddenkemper, Prance nmathur
70 Thoracoscopy for physician : A Practical Guide Dr. Ed Neville
71 Flexible Broncoscopy Ko-pen Wang
72 Atlas Of Fiberoptic Bronchoscopy 1ed 2014 (2 copies) Rajendra Prasad
73 Tuberculosis 1st Edition S.K.Sharma Mohan
74 Tuberculosis 2nd Edition S.K.Sharma Mohan
75 Tuberculosis William N. Rom`
76 Tomman’s Tuberculosis Tomman
77 Textbook of Pulmonary and Extra Pulmonary Tuberculosis Satyashree
78 A guide for the Tuberculosis Patient. O.S. Erwin Harry C. Sweary
79 The treatment of  Tuberculosis Affections UMC ak  loabs
80 Recent  Advance in Respiratory Tuberculosis Heat Fredrick &  woes Rusby
81 The fight against  Tuberculosis an autobiography Harry Schaman
82 Pulmonary tuberculosis Vol -1 Nauric  Fish berg
83 Tuberculosis of bones and Joints Gridlestone & Somerville
84 Tuberculosis of the skeletal system S.H. Tak 
85 Pulmonary Tuberculosis  Vol-ll fishb- Maurice erg
86 Treatment of Tuberculosis Guidelines for National Program.  
87 Principles and Management of Tuberculosis  
88 Time Bomb La  B Richman
89 Pulmonary Tuberculosis    MPS Menon’
90 Clinical Manual for South East Asia.  
91 Manual On TB, HIV & Lung Disease 1st Edi.2009 V.K.Arora
92 RNTCP module 1 to 4  
93 Clinical tuberculosis P.S.Shankar
94 Case Presentation in Clinical Tuberculosis P.D.O. Davies
95 Rapid Method for isolation & cultivation and testing drug susceptibility of M. Tuberculosis N. veeraghavan
96 A TB Guide for specialist physicians  
97 Experimental Tuberculosis Wolstenholmedv
98 Difficult Diagnosis and Management of Tuberculosis Tosaddak Ahmed
99 Tuberculosis Of Skeletal System  5th edi.2016 S M Tuli
100 Principle Of Internal Medicine Vol.1  19th Edi.2015 Dan Longo
101 Principle Of Internal Medicine Vol.2 19th Edi.2015 Dan Longo
102 Clinical Cases & Pearls In Medicine  1 st Edi.2015 G.S.Sainani
103 Insulin Therapy- Current Concept   1 st Edi.2014 Ambrish Mitthal
104 Fluid Electrolyte Metabolic & Respiratory Acid Base Management  1st Edi. 2014  (2 copies) A Vimla
105 Case Studies In Internal Medicine  1st Edi.2014 Atul Kakar
106 Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine: Volumes 1 and 2, 18th  Edition Dan Longo
107 Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine: Volumes 1 and 2, 17th  Edition Dan Longo
108 Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine: Volumes 1 and 2, 15th  Edition Dan Longo
109 API Text Book Of Medicine Siddharth Shah
110 A Handbook of Diabetes P.J.Geevarghese
111 Clinical Examination: A Practical Guide in Medicine Harmanjit Singh Hira
112 Medicine for Students Golwala
113 Macleod’s clinical examination Graham douglas
114 Pharmacology K.D.Tripathy
115 Noninvasive Ventilation Made Easy With DVD-Rom Agarwal
116 Mechanical Ventilation Made Easy with CD-ROM Pillai
117 Clinical application of mechanical ventilation David w. chang
118 Critical Care Secrets Polly E. Parsons
119 Textbook of pulmonary &critical care medicine Vol. 1 ,2 S.K.Jindal
120 Washington’s manual of critical care medicine Martin H Kollef&warren isakow
121 Handbook of pulmonary &critical care medicine Vol. 1 ,2 S.K.Jindal
122 Principle of critical care Farokh E Udawadiya
123 World Clinics Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Tuberculosis Vol.3 Jan-2014 No.1  S.K.Jindal
124 Respiratory & Critical Care Infection 1st Edi. 2015 Frenesco Blaso
125 World Clinics Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine -Pulmonary Manifestation Of Systemic Diseases VOL.2 July-2013 No.2  S.K.Jindal
126 World Clinics Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine –Pneumonia Vol.2 July-2013 No.2  S.K.Jindal
127 World Clinics Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine -Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases VOL.2 Jan-2013 No.1  S.K.Jindal
128 Practical Approch To Critical Respiratory Medicine With 2 CD ROMS 1 st Edi. 2006  V.K.Arora
129 Atlas of Chest and TB X ray O.A.Sharma
130 High Resolution Computal Tomography Of The Lungs 2ed 2013  D.Karthikeyan
131 High Resolution Computal Tomography Of The Lungs 5th 2014  W.Richard Webb
132 Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance of the Thorax David P Naidich
133 High Resolution CT of the Chest Comprehensive Atlas Eric j Stern
134 Imaging of Pulmonary infections Nestor L Muller
135 Thoracic Imaging : Pulmonary And Cardiovascular Radiology Richard Webb
136 Chest Radiology plain film pattern & differential diagnosis James . C. Reed
 
   
 

::: DEPARTMENTAL JOURNALS :::

Sr  Journal Name
1.   Lung India Volume 21 no.3 july-sept-2004
2.   Lung India Volume 22 no.2 apr-jun-2005
3.   Lung India Volume 25 no.2 apr-jun-2008
4.   Lung India Volume 25 no.3 july-sept-2008
5.   Lung India Volume 26 no.1 jan-mar-2009
6.   Lung India Volume 28 no.3 july-sept-2011
7.   Lung India Volume 29 no.1 jan-mar-2012
8.   Lung India Volume 29 no.2 apr-jun-2012 [2 copies]
9.   Lung India Volume 29 no.3 july-sept-2012
10.   Lung India Volume 29 no.4 octo-dec-2012
11.   Lung India Volume 30 no.1 jan-mar-2013
12.   Lung India Volume 31 no.4 octo-dec-2014
13.   Lung India Volume 32 supplement 2 nov-2015
14.   Lung India Volume 32 no.1 jan-feb-2015
15.   Lung India Volume 32 no.2 mar-april -2015
16.   Lung India Volume 32 no.3 may-june-2015
17.   Lung India Volume 33 no.1 jan-feb-2016
18.   Lung India Volume 33 no.2 mar-april -2016
19.   Lung India Volume 33 no.4 july-aug-2016
20.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Sept-06
21.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Dec -06
22.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences June-08
23.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Sept-08
24.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Dec-08
25.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Mar-09
26.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences June-09
27.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Sept-09
28.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Mar-10
29.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences June-10
30.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Dec-10
31.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Mar-11
32.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Jun-11
33.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Dec-11
34.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Mar-12
35.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Jun-12
36.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Sept-12
37.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Dec-12
38.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Mar-13
39.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences June -13
40.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Sept -13
41.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Dec -13
42.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences March -14
43.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences June -14
44.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Sept -14
45.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Dec -14
46.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences March -15
47.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences June -15
48.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Sept -15
49.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Dec -15
50.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences March -16
51.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences June -16
52.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Sept -16
53.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences Dec -16
54.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine July – Sept 06
55.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine Jan – Mar 07
56.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine Apr – Jun 07
57.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine July – Sept 07
58.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine October – Dec 07
59.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine Jan – Mar 08
60.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine Apr – Jun 08
61.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine October-Dec 08
62.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine Jan – Mar-09
63.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine Apr – Jun-09
64.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine July – Sept 09
65.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine Jan – Mar-10
66.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine Apr – Jun 10
67.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine July – Sept 10
68.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine Apr – Jun 11
69.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine July – Sept 11
70.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine Octo – Dec 11
71.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine Jan – Mar 12
72.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine Apr – Jun 12
73.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine July – Sept 12
74.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine Octo – Dec 12
75.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine Mar – Apr 13
76.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine July –Aug 13
77.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine Sept – Oct 13
78.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine Nov – Dec 13
79.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine Jan 14
80.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine Feb 14
81.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine March 14
82.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine April 14
83.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine May 14
84.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine June 14
85.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine July 14
86.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine August 14
87.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine September 14
88.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine October 14
89.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine November 14
90.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine December 14
91.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine January 15
92.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine February 15
93.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine March 15
94.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine April 15
95.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine May 15
96.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine June 15
97.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine July 15
98.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine August 15
99.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine September 15
100.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine October 15
101.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine November 15
102.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine December 15
103.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine January 16
104.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine February 16
105.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine March 16
106.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine April 16
107.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine May 16
108.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine June 16
109.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine July 16
110.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine August 16
111.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine September 16
112.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine October 16
113.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine November 16
114.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine December 16
115.   Indian Journal Of Critical Care Medicine January 17
116.   Breathe vol-4 no 4 june 2008
117.   Breathe vol-6 no 3 march 2010
118.   Breathe vol-7 no 1 sept 2011
119.   Breathe vol-8 no 3 march 2012
120.   Breathe vol-8 no 4 june 2012
121.   Breathe vol-9 no 1 sept 2013
122.   Breathe vol-9 no 2 dec 2013
123.   Breathe vol-9 no 3 march 2013
124.   Breathe vol-9 no 4 june 2013
125.   Breathe vol-10 no 4 dec 2014
126.   Current Opinion in Pulmonary Medicine Feb-2007
127.   Current Opinion in Pulmonary Medicine nov-dec-2005
128.   Current Opinion in Pulmonary Medicine Apr-2010
129.   Thorax vol-1 no.1 apr-may-2001
130.   Thorax vol-1 no.2 jun-july-2001
131.   Thorax vol-1 no.4 octo-nov-2001
132.   Thorax vol-1 no.5 dec-jan-2002
133.   Thorax vol-4 no.2 mar-apr-2004
134.   Thorax vol-5 no.6 nov-dec-2005
135.   Thorax vol-6 no.4 july-aug-2006
136.   Thorax vol-7 no.2 mar-apr -2007
137.   Thorax vol-7 no.3 may-june-2007
138.   Thorax vol-7 no.4 july-aug-2007
139.   Thorax vol-7 no.5 sept-octo-2007
140.   Thorax vol-7 no.6 nov-dec-2007
141.   Thorax vol-8 no.1 jan-feb-2008
142.   Thorax vol-9 no.5 sept-octo-2009
143.   Thorax vol-10 no. 1 jan-feb-2010
144.   Thorax Best Of 2005
145.   Thorax Best Of 2006 
146.   Thorax Best Of 2007
147.   Thorax Best Of 2009
148.   Gujarat Medical Journal vol 60 no.2 Aug-03
149.   Gujarat Medical Journal vol 61 no.3 Dec-04
150.   Gujarat Medical Journal vol 2 Issue 7 July-07
151.   Gujarat Medical Journal vol 3 Issue 7 July-08
152.   Gujarat Medical Journal vol 4 Issue 2 Feb-09
153.   Gujarat Medical Journal vol 5 Issue 2 Feb-10
154.   Gujarat Medical Journal vol 5 Issue 7 July-10
155.   Gujarat Medical Journal vol 8 Issue 10 octo-13
156.   Gujarat Medical Journal vol 8 Issue 12 dec-13
157.   Gujarat Medical Journal vol 9 Issue 1 jan-14
158.   Gujarat Medical Journal vol 9 Issue 2 feb-14
159.   Gujarat Medical Journal vol 9 Issue 3 mar-14
160.   Journal of Indian Medical Association -Apr-05
161.   Journal of Indian Medical Association –Mar 08
162.   Journal of Indian Medical Association –Nov-08
163.   Journal of Indian Medical Association  Jan-09
164.   Journal of Indian Medical Association Mar-09
165.   Journal of Indian Medical Association April-09
166.   Journal of Indian Medical Association Oct-09
167.   Journal of Indian Medical Association May-10
168.   Journal of Indian Medical Association July-10
169.   Journal of Indian Medical Association Sept-10
170.   Journal of Indian Medical Association June-11
171.   Journal of Indian Medical Association Aug-11
172.   Journal of Indian Medical Association Sept-11
173.   Journal of Indian Medical Association July-12
174.   Journal of Indian Medical association Mar-13
175.   Journal of Indian Medical association Jan-14
176.   Chest volume 67 no.2 mar-1975
177.   Chest volume 67 no.6 jun-1975
178.   Chest volume 68 no.1 july -1975
179.   Chest volume 68 no.5 nov-1975
180.   Chest volume 68 no.3 sept-1975
181.   Chest volume 69 no.1 jan-1976
182.   Chest volume 69 no.2 feb-1976
183.   Chest volume 69 no.3 mar-1976
184.   Chest volume 69 no.4 apr-1976
185.   Chest volume 69 no.5 may-1976
186.   Chest volume 69 no.6 jun-1976
187.   Chest volume 70 no.2 aug-1976
188.   Chest volume 70 no.3 sept-1976
189.   Chest volume 71 no.2 feb-1977
190.   Chest volume 1 no.2 may-june-2000
191.   Chest volume 2 no.1 jan-feb-2001
192.   Chest volume 2 no.2 mar-apr-2001
193.   Chest volume 2 no.4 july-aug-2001
194.   Chest volume 2 no.5 sept-octo-2001
195.   Chest volume 3 no.1 jan-feb-2002
196.   Chest volume 3 no.2 2011
197.   Chest volume 5 no.5 sept-octo-2004
198.   Clinical Pulmonary Medicine Jan-2009
199.   Stac july 2010
200.   Indian Journal of Tuberculosis Vol-30 no.4 octo-1985
201.   International journal of thoracic medicine respiration 
202.   Pulmoworld jan-2013 vol-1 no-1 
203.   BMJI case reports  issue 2 2012
204.   American college of Chest Physician chest 2006
205.   SAARC vol-2 no.2 2010
206.   SAARC vol-7 no.1 2010
207.   ATS summary reports -may 2006
208.   Gold updated 2004
209.   American Journal of Respiratory Care, Cell and Molecular Biology Vol-29 no.4 octo.2003 
210.   NNDU 2005
211.   Indian Journal of Respiratory Diseases Vol-1 issue 2 2008 
212.   Indian Journal of Respiratory Diseases Vol-2 issue 1 2009 
213.   Indian Journal Of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences vol-53
214.   COPD vol-2 no.6 nov-dec-2011
215.   COPD vol-4 no.1 2014
216.   COPD vol-4 no.2 2014
217.   Indian Edition COPD vol-1 no.1 sept-octo-2009
218.   Treatment in  respiratory medicine vol-1 ,2
219.   International journal of chest disease apr-june 1999
220.   International journal of chest disease october-dec 1999
221.   International journal of chest disease octo-dec 1998
222.   International journal of chest disease july-sept 1998
223.   American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine Vol-1 no-4 sept-octo 2009 
224.   American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine Vol-166 no-9 nov-2002
225.   TB India 2006
226.   TB India 2007 
227.   TB India 2009
228.   TB India 2010 
229.   TB India 2011
230.   TB India 2012
231.   TB Gujarat 2010
 
   
 

DEPARTMENTAL EQUIPMENTS & SPECIMENS

Equipments:

Sr No. Name Of Equipments
1.        Video Fibreoptic Broncoscopy (flexible) (Olympus)
2.        Compatible Flexible Thoracoscope (Olympus)
3.        Polysomnography ( sleep Study )
 (Automatic -  Phillips)
4.        Rigid Bronchoscope (Olympus)
5.        Whole Body Plethysmograph with DLCO ( Med graphics)
6.        Cardio Pulmonary Exercise Testing ( Ultima PFX )
7.   Computerized Pulmonary Function Test
8.   Ventilator – Invasive & Non Invasive at Respiratory Intensive Care Unit (Neumovent Graphnet TS)
9.   Non Invasive ventilators in Wards
10.   Airway Inflammation – Breath NO analyzer
( Med graphics)
11.   Peak Flow Meter
12.   Laryngoscope
13.   Ambu Bag
14.   ECG machines ( VESTA ECG )
15.   Multipara Monitor (meditech)
16.   Pulse Oximeter
17.   Room Sterilizer
18.   Ultrasonic Nebulizer (Phillips)
19.   Intercostal Drainage facility
20.   Pleural Biopsy Needle
21.   Suction Machines
22.   Spirotiger (Indinag)
23.   Lung exerciser (Incentive Spirometer)
24.   Oxygen Concentrator 
25.   Percussanonator (Indinag)
26.   Breath CO Analyser
27.   X- Ray Machine ( at DTC )
28.   Binocular Microscope (at DTC)
29.   Glucometer (Abbote)
30.   LCD Multimedia Projector (Sharp)

Specimens:

TB Consolidation with Cavitation

TB Cavity

Milliary TB

Malignant Mesothelioma

Bronchopneumonia

Metastasis in the Lung

Lung Bronchiectasis

Lung Emphysema

Bronchogenic Carcinoma

Secondary Deposits in Lung

 
   
 

DEPARTMENTAL CHARTS

01. Symptoms of TB in Gujarati Language
02. Do’s & Don’ts about TB in Gujarati Language
03. Spread of TB in Gujarati Language.
04. Architectural damage in emphysema
05. Etiopathology of Asthma
06. Broncho-pulmonary segment & surface anatomy of lung
07. Physiology of ventilation
08. Method of Z-N staining
09. Early & Progressive Tuberculosis infection in RT Upper lobe
10. About natural H/O of tuberculosis
11. Grading of Z-N Staining for smear AFB
12. Patient education on Swine Flu
13. Multiple Charts showing different views of tracheobronchial tree in Bronchoscopy room
14. Categorization of TB patients for starting of AKT in RNTCP
15. Chest physiotherapy for management of Pul.TB
16. Symptoms of Pulmonary TB in Gujarati
17. Explanation about TB in Gujarati
18. Likely Causes of Pneumonia
19. Photos of Tobacco induced Cancer –Four Different Charts
20. Guideline for patients for TB Diagnosis
21. Importance of Treatment in Asthma in Gujarati-Four Different Charts
22. Differences of Blur Bloaters and Pink Puffers in COPD
23. Signs of Localized Lung Diseases
24. Clubbing and its Causes
25. Tuberculin Testing and its interpretation
26. Symptoms of Asthma in Gujarati Two different Charts
27. Importance of Inhaled Steroids in Asthma in Gujarati
28. Triggers of Asthmatic attack in Gujarati
29. Interpretation of ABG analysis
30. Diagnostic Approach in Pleural Effusion
31. Pleural fluid Dynamics and causes of Pleural Effusion
32. Pathogenesis and treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea
33. Different Manifestations of Cystic Fibrosis
34. GOLD Criteria for COPD
35. GINA Guidelines for Asthma
36. Spirometry/PFT interpretation

 
   
 

PUBLICATIONS ( Last 5 Years)

Sr. Title Journal
1 Clinical Profile and outcome of Tuberculosis in Patients with Diabetes
Author: Jiyani M. R., Vadgama P. K., Pandey A. S., Modh D. A.
International Journal of Research in Medicine - 
Int J Res Med. 2015; 4(2);36-40
2 A Retrospective analysis of prospectively collected data of patients of Tuberculous Cervical Lymphadenopathy confirmed by FNAC carried out at Medical College, Baroda, Gujarat.
Author : K.R.Patel, Jitendrakumar A. Sisodia, Meghna M. Patel, Akhilesh Patel
International Journal of Research in Medicine
Int J Res Med.2015; 4 (1);13-16
3 Clinical Profile of Acute Renal Failure in case of P.Falciparum malaria in south Gujarat.
Author: P.B.Gupta, Parul Vadgama, K.N.Bhatt, Mehul B. Bhavsar, Hardik kumar Desai
International Journal of Research in Medicine - 
Int J Res Med.2014;3 (4);108-114
4 A comparative study of spirometry in healthy smokers and healthy non smokers
Author : Meghna M. Patel, Jitendra A. Sisodia, Nalin T. Shah
International Journal of Research in Medicine, 2014;3(1):68-70
5 A Retrospective analysis of Prospectively collected data of patients of Histologically confirmed Lung cancer.
Author : Jitendrakumar A. Sisodia, Meghna M. Patel, Rajesh N. Solanki
International Journal of Research in Medicine -  Int J Res Med.2014;3 (1);84-87
6 Spot and Early morning sputum report study for diagnosis of Pulmonary Tuberculosis  at DMC of Medical College Vadodara, Gujarat: A Retrospective Analysis.
Author :Meghna M Patel, Apurv N Patel, Jitendra A Sisodia, K.R.Patel, Kalpita Shringerpure
International Journal of Current Research and Review –
Int  J Cur Res  Rev,
May 2014/Vol 06
(10): 45-50
7 A comparative Study of Spirometry  in Healthy Smokers and Non Smokers 
Author :Meghna M. Patel, Jitendrakumar A. Sisodia , Nalin T. Shah 
International Journal of Research in Medicine -
Int J Res Med.2014;3 (1);68-70
8 Endobronchial Tuberculosis - is Antitubercular drug only sufficient?
Author: Parul Vadgama, Mehul Bhavsar , Dhiren Patel , Manish Variya , Preksha Jain , Satyam Ghadiya
International Journal of Research in Medicine
Int J Res Med. 2014; 3(2);176-178
9 Klipple feil syndrome: A case report
Author : Pratik Patel, Akhilesh Patel, Yasin Polra, Jitendra Sisodia, K. R. Patel, A. T. Leuva
International Journal of  Research in Medicine, 2014;3(1):100-101
10 Mycobacterial  Abscessus infection at hernioplasty site: A rare case report
Author : Meghna M Patel , Shrikant  Hiremath, K.R.Patel,  J.A.Sisodia
Research and Review: Journal of Medical and Health Science –2014; 3(2): 53-56
11 Socio Demographic Profile And Clinical Presentation Of Collagen Vascular Disease With Pulmonary Symptoms: A Descriptive Cross Sectional Study.
Author: Parul Vadgama, Mehul Bhavsar, Kusum V Shah, Rajesh Solanki, Ramakant Dixit, Jignesh Vaishnani
National Journal Of Medical Research.
Volume 3│Issue 1│Jan – March 2013 ;27-29
12 Clinical study  of CSF - ADA As Diagnostic Tool for Tuberculous Meningitis patients.
Author : Dr Margeyi Mehta, Dr Jigish Shah, Dr A T Leuva.
NJIRM (National Journal Of Integrated Research In Medicine) 2012;3(3):160-164
13 Complicated Hepatic Hydrothorax Treated With Chemical Pleurodesis
Author :Arvind S Pandey*, Parul Vadgama , Arvind Daxini , Sunil Amin , Rameshp.Singh , Milan Jiyani
International Journal Of Research In Medicine
Int J Res Med. 2013; 2(2);186-188
14 Case Report On Pure Red Cell Aplasia Due To Isoniazid
Author: Parul Vadgama* , Mehul Bhavsar , Hardik Desai , Rajendra Joshi , Ankita Shah , Anupama Desai
International Journal Of Research In Medicine
Int J Res Med.2013;2(1);134-136

 

 
   
 

RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

Sr. Name of Student Topic of Dissertation Year of Thesis Remarks 
1 Dr. Yasin Polra Effectiveness and safety of AKT CAT IV in MDR pulmonary tuberculosis patients  2011-2014 Dissertation submitted
2 Dr . Akhilesh Patel The prospective study of 80 cases of cervical lymphadenopathy coming to pulmonary medicine department from November 2012 to April 2013. 2011-2014 Dissertation submitted
3 Dr  Shrikant  Hiremath A prospective study of clinical scoring verses polysomnogaphy in patients of suspected obstructive sleep apnea syndrome 2012-2015 Dissertation submitted
4 Dr  Apurv Patel Clinical profile of MDR pulmonary TB patients cohorts study  2012-2015 Dissertation submitted
5 Dr.Jyoti Gomber Six Months Outcome Of XDR Pulmonary Tuberculosis Patients, Registered At Drug Resistant TB Centre S.S.G,Hoapital, Vadodara. 2013-2016 Dissertation submitted
6 Dr Monika keena Study Of Various Diagnostic Modalities In  Abdominal Tuberculosis Patients Referred At Department Of Pulmonary Medicine,S.S.G.Hospital,Vadodara 2013-2016 Dissertation submitted
7 Dr.Mrugesh Desai Role Of Automated Gene Xpert MTB/RIF System For Rapid Detection Of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis & Rifampicin Resistance In Extra-Pulmonary Tuberculosis. 2014-2017 Dissertation submitted
8 Dr.Amisha Shah Image Guided Percutaneous Transthoracic Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology In Suspected Cases Of Lung Carcinoma 2014-2017 Dissertation submitted
9 Dr.Pankaj Panchal Adverse Drug Reactions In Drug Resistant Pulmonary Tuberculosis Patients, Registered At DRTB Centre, S.S.G.Hospital, Vadodara. 2015-2018 Ongoing
10 Dr.Tehzeeb Faruqui Role of CBNAAT in rapid detection of pulmonary tuberculosis in HIV positive patients. 2015-2018 Ongoing
 
     
 

DEPARTMENTAL TIMETABLE

Days Morning Session Afternoon Session
(OPD, Ward Round & Procedures) (Presentations)
Monday 1) OPD / Ward Round 1) OPD & Journal reading
2) DLCO
3) Cardio Pulmonary Exercise Testing
Tuesday 1) OPD / Ward round 1) OPD  
2) Bronchoscopy / Thoracoscopy 2) Case presentation & Discussion
Wednesday 1) OPD / Ward Round 1) OPD
2) Body  Plethysmography 2) Symposium & 
  Asthma / COPD Clinic
Thursday 1) OPD / Ward Round 1) OPD
2) Bronchoscopy / Thoracoscopy 2) Topic Presentation
   
Friday 1) OPD / ward Round 1) OPD & 
2) Cardio Pulmonary Exercise Testing 2) 1st & 3rd Friday X-ray/ ECG/ PFT/ ABG
  1) OPD 
  2) 2nd & 4th Friday Death review
   
Saturday Grand Ward Round/OPD -
 
   
 

UNDERGRADUATES STUDENT CLINICAL POSTING

Time Table

1. General Examination and History Taking.
2. Respiratory System Examination (Inspection And Palpation).
3. Respiratory System Examination (Percussion And Auscultation).
4. OPD Patient Examination, Spirometry and PEFR
5. Devices, Nebulizers and Drugs.
6. DMC , DOTS Center / DTC
7. TB Ward Round
8. Chest Ward & DOTS Plus Ward Round.
9. Procedures – Pleural Tapping
10. Chest X-Ray Reading & Miscellaneous
11. Case Presentation
12. Viva Examination.

UG Teaching Topics

Sr.  Name Of Lecture Topics
1 History Taking & Physical examination
2 Bronchial asthma
3 COPD
4 Pneumonia
5 Pulmonary Tuberculosis
6 Extra-pulmonary tuberculosis
7 Pulmonary Function Test
8 Hemoptysis – causes & management
9 Breathlessness
10 Pleural Effusion
11 Pneumothorax
12 Hydro-pneumothorax
13 Empyema
14 Cor Pulmonale
15 RNTCP
16 MDR Tuberculosis
17 Lung abscess
18 Lung Carcinoma
19 Chest Radiology
20 Inhalational Therapy & Devices
 
   
 

DR.M.Z.PATEL (Professor & Head)

Teacher Name Dr. M. Z. Patel
Age 60 Years

Primary Registration No. G-11722
Registration Date(MBBS) 03/08/1981
State Medical Council Gujarat Medical Council
College For Qualification(MBBS) B J Medical College, Ahmedabad

Specialization Tuberculosis & Chest Diseases/Pulmonology/Respiratory Medicine
Current College Medical College, Baroda
Designation Professor & Head
Date Of Joining 15/02/2017

Mobile No. 09427478093

Email ID mahendraz_patel@yahoo.com

 

Qualification Details
Sr.No Qualification College State Medical Council Reg.No Reg.Date
1 MBBS B J Medical College, Ahmedabad Gujarat Medical Council G-11722  03-08-81
2 M. D. B J Medical College, Ahmedabad Gujarat Medical Council G-2470 28-06-84
 
 

Experience Details

 

Sr.No

College

Designation

Date of Joining

Date of Relieving

1

B J Medical College, Ahmedabad

Jr. Resident

01-07-1981

30-06-1985

2

M.P. Shah Medical College, Jamnagar

Assistant Professor

23-08-1985

27-10-1987

3.

Govt. Medical College, Surat

Assistant Professor

28-10-1987

23-11-1988

4.

B J Medical College, Ahmedabad

Assistant Professor

24-11-1988

23-01-1989

5.

Govt. Medical College, Surat

Associate Professor

24-01-1989

11-10-1999

6.

Govt. Medical College, Surat

Professor

12-10-1999

11-05-2000

7.

Medical College Baroda, Vadodara

Professor

12-05-2000

11-09-2001

8.

Govt. Medical College, Surat

Professor

12-09-2001

14-08-2008

9.

Medical College Baroda, Vadodara

Professor

15-08-2008

18-10-2008

10.

Govt. Medical College, Surat

Professor

18-10-2008

16-11-2015

11.

GMERS Medical College, Valsad

Professor

17-11-2015

24-05-2016

12.

Govt. Medical College, Surat

Professor

25-05-2016

14-02-2017

13.

Medical College Baroda, Vadodara

Professor

15-02-2017

Till date

Membership of Different Medical Associations :

• Life Member of Indian Medical Association.
• Life Member of Indian Association of Physician.

Experience :

• Worked as Additional Medical Superintendent at New Civil Hospital, Surat for 2 Years.

 • Worked as Additional Dean at Govt. Medical College, Surat for 2 Years.

 • P.G Examiner at Most of the universities of India. • Working as MCI Assessor for UG & PG Both.

• Two Articles at National Journal and Three at International Journal.

 
   
 

DR.A.T.LEUVA ( Ex-Officio Professor & Dean)

Teacher Name Dr. A. T. Leuva
Age 59 Years

Primary Registration No. G-15957
Registration Date(MBBS) 24/03/1987
State Medical Council Gujarat Medical Council
College For Qualification(MBBS) B J Medical College, Ahmedabad

Specialization Tuberculosis & Chest Diseases/Pulmonology/Respiratory Medicine
Current College Medical College, Baroda
Designation Ex-Officio Professor & Dean
Date Of Joining 11/07/2008

Mobile No. 09824009006

Email ID hodtbcd@rediffmail.com

Qualification Details

Sr.No

Qualification

College

State Medical Council

Reg.No

Reg.Date

1

MBBS

B J Medical College, Ahmedabad

Gujarat Medical Council

G-15957 

24/03/1987

2

M. D.

B J Medical College, Ahmedabad

Gujarat Medical Council

G-3364

16/05/1987

 

Experience Details

 

Sr.No

College

Designation

Date of Joining

Date of Relieving

1

B J Medical College, Ahmedabad

Jr. Resident

01/01/1984

31/12/1986

2

B J Medical College, Ahmedabad

Sr. Resident

01/01/1987

31/12/1987

3.

B J Medical College, Ahmedabad

Assistant Professor

15/12/1988

29/06/1994

4.

Medical College Baroda, Vadodara

Associate Professor

30/06/1994

18/05/1998

5.

Govt. Medical College, Bhavnagar

Associate Professor

19/05/1998

01/07/1999

6.

Govt. Medical College, Bhavnagar

Professor

02/07/1999

10/07/2008

7.

Medical College Baroda, Vadodara

Dean & Ex-Officio Professor

11/07/2008

Till Date

Attachments with Various Associations :

1. Chairman of ZTF (West Zone), Gujarat.

 2. Member of STF, Gujarat state.

3. Life Member of Association of Chest Physician of Gujarat.

4. Life Member of State T.B. Association of Gujarat.

 5. Life Member of Indian Medical Association & Social Security Scheme.

 6. Life Member of Association of Physician of Gujarat.

 

Training :

• RNTCP Modular Training at National Tuberculosis Institute at Bangalore From 28th March to 9th April 2005.

 

Details of Attended National & State Conferences and Workshops:

1. 46TH National Conference on Tuberculosis & Chest Diseases, New Delhi 22nd to 24th November. 1991.
2. 30th Annual Conference of National College of Chest Physician organized by NIOH. Ahmedabad. 24 June 1991.
3. XIV Annual Conference of Association of Physician of Gujarat December 11-12- 19993.

4. National Debate on Recent Trends in the Management of Cardio Vascular Diseases under auspices of Ahmedabad Academy of cardiology & Medical Sciences and Association of Physicians of Ahmedabad. September 11-12 -1993 Ahmedabad.
5. 30th Annual Convention of Indian College of Allergy & Applied Immunology 13th – 15th December, 1996. I was also a Co – chairman in scientific Committee.
6. Critical Care Conference & Workshop 30th November – 1 December, 1996.
7. 17th Gujarat State T.B. Worker’s Conference at Ahmedabad on 11.03.1993 organized by Gujarat State T.B. Association.

8. Seminar on “PUMONARY UPDATE NO. 1” Intensive Respiratory care on 11.10.1993 organized BY Association of Chest Physician of Gujarat.
9. 1st Annual Conference on “Respiratory Disorder” organized by Association of Physicians of Gujarat 17-18 December -, 1995.
10. 3rd Annual Conference of Association of Gujarat 11-12 January 1997 at Ahmedabad.
11. 28th March to 9th April 2005, RNTCP Modular Training at NTI Bangalore.
12. 23rd & 24th August – 2005, Block Health Officers (BHO) Training for RNTCP at DTC – Bhavnagar
13. 6th October – 2005 RNTCP Training & Asthma Education to Nursing Staff, A programme arrange for In charge Sister of Sir T. Hospital at Conference hall.
14. 3rd November – 2005, Attend “Symposium on involvement of Medical College under RNTCP” at AIMS – New Delhi.
15. 12 & 13 November – 2005, West Zone Task Force Meeting at MGM Medical College, Indore.
16. 16th to 20th November – 2005 : National Conference on Pulmonary Disease (NAPCON 2005) held at Science City, Kolkata.
17. January – 2006 : Leadership Training (Emergency Medical Services) EMS at Apollo Hospital, Ahmedabad.
18. 31st January – 2006 to 2nd February – 2006, E-Governance Training at Medical College, Bhavnagar.
19. 4th March – 2006, STF Meeting at Rajkot.
20. Appointed in NAPCON Conference at like Mumbai, Jaipur, Coimbtoor, Ahmedabad, Kolakatta from 1991 till 2005.
21. RNTCP ZTF Workshop West Zone In 2011 at Ahmedabad.
22. 2nd National conference on ”Best Practices in Healthcare Delivery in India” appreciation award, 2012
23. 65th Annual conferance of IMA, Gujarat state, GIMACON – 2013
24. 4th to 7th November – 2015 : 17th Joint National Conference on Pulmonary Disease (NAPCON 2015) held at Jaipur, Rajasthan.
25. RNTCP & NTF Workshop, Kerala on 15th – 16th February 2016.
26. Participated in GUJCON-2016 on 28th February 2016 at Surat.

 

Organization Conference / CME / Training :

1. Chairman in Broncocon 2013, The 18th Annual Conference Of Indian Association for Bronchology February 8th - 10th, 2013 - Medical College & S.S.G Hospital, Vadodara
2. Conference Chairman in 25th Gujarat State TB Conference: 23rd - 24th March 2013, Medical College & S.S.G Hospital, Vadodara.

Academic Activities :
• Speaker & Chairperson in Advanced Interventional Pulmonology Conference & Workshop held at Laxmi Vila Palace, Baroda on 18th March 2017.
• Act as a Faculty Resource Person for CME on ‘Overview and Technical Operational Guidelines’ for control of tuberculosis held at Medical College Baroda on 3rd & 7th March 2017.
• As a Chairperson in ‘ Scientific Session on Practical in PFT Workshop’ at CIMS-CON 2013, 4th -6th January 2013, Ahmedabad.
• As a Chairperson in ‘West Zone Task Force Workshop for Involvement of Medical Colleges in RNTCP & Status of RNTCP in India’ at Nagpur , 4th -5th October 2012.
• Act as a Faculty resource person for CME on ‘Scientific Basis of RNTCP’ for general practitioners in October 2012 at IMA, Bhavnagar
• Faculty in RAJCON 2010 ON 13th – 14th March 2010 at Gitanjali Medical College & Hospital , Udaipur.
• Post Graduates Teacher for D.T.C.D. Course in M.S. University & Medical College, Baroda.
• Conducting Under Graduate Student teaching programme for T. B. & Chest diseases at Medical College, Baroda.
• Conducting research activities in the field of T.B. & Chest Diseasesat Medical College Baroda & S.P. Sanatorium, Gotri.
• Chairman for D.T.C.D. Exam in M.S. University, Baroda since 1994.

Important Participation & Ingurement :

• “Shrimad Jesing Bapa Sadguru Rotating Lectureship” award in 38th APGCON 27th to 29th November 2015 at GMERS, Medical college, Sola, Ahmedabad.
• P.G Examiner at Most of the Universities of India.
• Working as MCI Assessor for UG & PG Both.
• P.G. Examiner in DTCD & MD (TB & Chest) at Gujarat University, Maharaja Sayajirao University Baroda, Saurashtra University.
• Member in PG Committee in Bhavnagar University as Add. Medical Superintendent in SIR T. Hospital, Medical College, Bhavnagar from 2001 to 2008.

 
   
 

DR.PARUL VADGAMA (Associate Professor)

Teacher Name Dr. Parul Vadgama
Age 36 Years

Primary Registration No. G-33554
Registration Date(MBBS) 19/09/2003
State Medical Council Gujarat Medical Council
College For Qualification(MBBS) B J Medical College, Ahmedabad

Specialization Tuberculosis & Chest Diseases/Pulmonology/Respiratory Medicine
Current College Medical College, Baroda
Designation Associate Professor
Date Of Joining 15/02/2017

Mobile No. 09879533318

Email ID drparulvadgama1980@gmail.com

Qualification Details

Sr.No

Qualification

College

State Medical Council

Reg.No

Reg.Date

1

MBBS

B J Medical College, Ahmedabad

Gujarat Medical Council

G-33554

19/09/2003

2

M. D.

B J Medical College, Ahmedabad

Gujarat Medical Council

G-14323

20/06/2006

 

Experience Details

 

Sr.No

College

Designation

Date of Joining

Date of Relieving

1

B J Medical College, Ahmedabad

Jr. Resident

30/06/2003

05/07/2006

2

SMIMER, Surat

Assistant Professor

13/11/2006

08/12/2011

3.

  SMIMER, Surat

Associate Professor

09/12/2011

18/06/2015

4.

Govt. Medical College, Surat

Associate Professor

19/06/2015

14/02/2017

5.

Medical College Baroda, Vadodara

Associate Professor

15/02/2017

Till Date

 Memberships & Medical Associations :

• Life Member of Indian Medical Association.
• Life Member of Indian Association of Physician.
• Secretary of Indian Medical Association(IMA), Surat.
• IMA Scientific Chairman and Co-Editor for IMA Mediscene.
• STF Member from 2006 to 2009
• Surat Medical Consultant Association (SMCA) Executive Committee (EC) Member 2016-17
• Southern Gujarat Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SGCCI) Industrial Health Committee chairmen 2016-17
• GMC, Surat Cultural activity chairmen 2016-17

Academic Activities:-

• Participated and Conducted various health check up camps in various areas of Surat focusing on women and children
• Taken various initiatives in Anti-Ragging campaign at SMIMER and other colleges
• Taken initiative in Women Empowerment and Nutrition activities at Amroli Women’s College and other academic institutions
• Coordinator and MOC in many major scientific and social events
• Pioneer and establisher of “SHABD” group to enhance literary activities in Surat.
• Member of various NGOs like SAMPARPAN and HELPING HAND
• Member of Rotary Club Riverside

Training :

• RNTCP national training at LRS Delhi, JAN. 2007for 15 days as a Master trainer.
• DOTS PLUS Training at Ahemdabad2011.
• Bronchoscopy Training at Tata Memorial MUMBAI 2012.for 1 month.
• Interventional Bronchoscopy training at Delhi, MAY-2013.
• Sleep Work Scope Conducted by Sleep Asia .com in Mumbai August-2012.
• Operative Research Training at Baroda, JAN- 2013.
• Sleep Workshop at Bhavnagar Medical College Feb 2015
• Disaster management training held at Ahmedabad - 2016

Speaker :

• FPCON “Difficult Asthma” 6th JAN-2013
• BRONCHOCON “Idiopathic Thorax treated with Chemical Pleurodesis” 10-12 FEB, 2013.
• IMA Bardoli “Recent Advance In Diagnosis of TB” Sep. 2013
• FPA “MDR and XDR TB”July-2013.
• APS CME on Fiberoptic Bronchoscope-Basics of Bronchoscopy
• APS PG Session: Difficult Asthma
• IMA RNTCP CME: Newer Methods of Diagnosis of TB
• FPA CME: Newer Initiatives in RNTCP
• Amroli Association CME: Swine Flu
• IMA CME: Swine Flu participation as Panelist
• Bronchoscopy Workshop cum CME at SMIMER as a speaker on Basics of bronchoscopy
• RNTCP CME on Interpretation of Chest X-rays
• CME in coordination with Radiology Department – Interpretation of Chest X-rays
• Swine Flu Awareness Talks on various media channels
• Swine Flu Awareness Talk at A K Gems, Surat.
• Anti-ragging Seminar taken at Amroli College
• Blood Donation Awareness Seminar taken at Amroli College
• Women Empowerment talk taken at Amroli College
• Obstructive sleep apnea at GMCS,surat
• CBNAAT at SMIMMER hospital surat
• CBNAAT at GMCS surat
• CBNAAT at IMA surat
• Newer methods of diagnosing TB at bardoli
• Newer initiatives in RNTCP at GMCS
• Obstructive sleep apnea at GLOBAL SUNSHINE HOSPITAL

Conference / CME / Seminars / Workshops Attended :

• GIMACON 2013 Surat: State level Conference Scientific Committee member as a CO-ORDINATOR.
• January 2014: MOC & Coordinator in GMC Alumni Meet
• March 2014 IMA Legalcon: Organizing Secretary
• May 2014: MOC in Brahmakumari’s event with IMA-Stress free life for doctors
• September 2014: MOC in IMA Directory Launch Program
• October 2014: Coordinator in APS CME on Bronchoscopy
• October 2014: MOC in IMA Installation Ceremony 2014-2015
• January 2015: Organizing Secretary in Bronchoscopy Workshop cum CME in SMIMER
• 2016 : Chairmen and organizing secretary in
• State level Tuberculosis conference –
GUJCON 2016
BGDC.CON 2016
API DIECE
• Joint secretary of APGCON 2016
• Organizing secretary of ACPGCON 2017
• Organizing secretary of RNTCP UPDATE 2017

 
   
 

DR. JITENDRAKUMAR A. SISODIA ( Assistant Professor)

Teacher Name Dr. Jitendrakumar A. Sisodia
Age 33 Years

Primary Registration No. G-37714
Registration Date(MBBS) 09/11/2006
State Medical Council Gujarat Medical Council
College For Qualification(MBBS) B J Medical College, Ahmedabad

Specialization Tuberculosis & Chest Diseases/Pulmonology/Respiratory Medicine
Current College Medical College, Baroda
Designation Assistant Professor
Date Of Joining 03/11/2011

Mobile No. 08460689890

Email ID Dr.Jit15@gmail.com

 

Qualification Details

Sr.No

Qualification

College

State Medical Council

Reg.No

Reg.Date

1

MBBS

B J Medical College, Ahmedabad

Gujarat Medical Council

G-37714 

09/11/2006

2

M. D.

B J Medical College, Ahmedabad

Gujarat Medical Council

G-18096

13/06/2011

 

Experience Details

Designation

Date of Joining

Date of Relieving

 

Jr. Resident

16/04/2008 

01/06/2011

 

Assistant Professor

03/11/2011

11/11/2014

 

Assistant Professor

12/11/2014

01/06/2015

 

Assistant Professor

02/06/2015

Till Date

 

Membership of Different Medical Associations :

• Life Member of Indian Medical Association & Social Security Scheme.
• Life Member of Indian Association of Physician.

Book Publication :
1. Chapter No. 45 : Prevention of Tuberculosis
• Book Name : Textbook of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Vol. 1 & 2
• Edition : 1st Edition , May 2011.
• Author : S.K.JindalPublisher : Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd.
• ISBN : 978-93-5025-073-0

Academic activities:-

• Under Graduate Student teaching programme for T. B. & Chest diseases at Medical College Baroda, Vadodara.
• Conducting research activities in the field of T.B. & Chest Diseases at Medical College Baroda, Vadodara.
• Team member in Internal Evaluation of RNTCP in District TB Center – Vadodara Rural in 2012.
• Team member in Internal Evaluation of RNTCP in District TB Center – Vadodara Rural in 2015.

Training :

• RNTCP Modular Training at National Tuberculosis Institute at Bangalore From 27th August 2012 to 8th September 2012.
• National PMDT / DOTS Plus Training at STDC, Ahmedabad from 29th April 2013 to 3rd May 2013.
• MEU Basic Course Training at Govt. Medical College, Baroda from 11th September 2013 to 14th September 2013.

Conference Organizer:

1. Organizing Member of Broncocon 2013, The 18th Annual Conference Of Indian Association for Bronchology February 8th - 10th, 2013 - Medical College & S.S.G Hospital, Vadodara
2. Organizing Member of 25th Gujarat State TB Conference: 23rd - 24th March 2013, Medical College & S.S.G Hospital, Vadodara.

Conference / CME / Seminars / Workshops Attended :

 CME on ‘Overview and Technical Operational Guidelines’ for control of tuberculosis held at Medical College Baroda on 3rd & 7th March 2017.
 Orientation Programme for “Good Clinical Practice Guidelines and Schedule Y” organized by the Institutional Ethics Committee For Human Research at Medical College, Baroda on 14th October 2015.
 Good Clinical Practice Workshop organized by Govt. Medical College, Bhavnagar on 15th December 2014.
 Pilot project on “Integrated Learning Programme” for 3rd MBBS Part I students, as part of “Integrated Medical Education with Primary and Secondary care – a 5 state project” in collaboration with CIPS Hyderabad, CMC Vellore and MGIMS, Wardha conducted from 16th September to 5th October 2013 at Medical College Baroda, Vadodara.
 Training Course on Pleuroscopy & EBUS (Endobronchial Ultrasound) organized by Foundation for Cardio Respiratory Disorders in association with Olympus at New Delhi on 5th August 2012.
 “Ashrai Respiratory Update” held at Ahmedabad, organized by Ashrai Associates & Dept. of TB & Chest medicine B.J.Medical College on 8th July 2012.
 ASHRAI – CON 2011 held at Ahmedabad on 4th – 6th March 2011.
 Advance Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) & Basic Life Support (BLS) Programme in December 2010 by American Heart Association.
 P.G Student training Workshop conducted by P.D.Y Patil Medical College, Pune in August 2010.
 Critical Care Workshop on Empiric Antibiotic Therapy in an ICU setting held on 18th July 2010.
 Respiratory Update held at Ahmedabad organized by ASHRAI Associates in May 2010.
 3C – CON organized by The Heart Care Clinic, Ahmedabad in January 2010. 3rd National Update in Respiratory Medicine held at Hinduja Hospital, Mumbai in December 2009.
 1st Post Graduate CME Programme in Respiratory Medicine held at Baroda in October 2009.
 CME on Universal Precaution and Post Exposure Prophylaxis held at B.J. Medical College, Ahmedabad on 12th January 2009.
 42nd Annual Conference of the Indian College of Allergy, Asthma & Applied Immunology held at Ahmedabad in December 2008.
 6th Annual Update on HIV / AIDS held at Government Cancer & Research Institute, Ahmedabad in January 2007.
 CME Programme on HIV/AIDS Prevention & Awareness organized by NACO in November 2006.
 Workshop on Rational Use of Blood, organized by Department of IHBT & Gujarat State AIDS Control Society, held at Ahmedabad.

 
   
 

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