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ENT surgeon bags lifetime achievement award

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Senior ENT surgeon S.Gnanatilakan was conferred the Lifetime Achievement Award by the State medical varsity recently.

Dr.Gnantilakan (66), retired reader, department of ENT, K.A.P.Viswanatham Government Medical College, Tiruchi, is presently consultant at Tilak Hospitals and professor at Chennai Medical College Hospital and Research Centre, Tiruchi. The ear, neck, throat, head and neck surgeon was feted for his contribution to health service and teaching by the Tamil Nadu Governor, K.Rosaiah, on the occasion of the 24th convocation of the Tamil Nadu Dr.M.G.R Medical University.

Dr.Gnantilakan has worked in government hospitals in Dindigul and Tiruchi before establishing his own hospital. The hospital is authorised to offer DNB (Diploma in National Board) in ENT. Apart from introducing cochlear implants and laser treatment at the hospital, he has conducted several camps in villages.

Presently acting as president, ENT Association, Tiruchi , Dr.Gnanatilakan has served as president, Association of Otolaryngologists of India, Tamil Nadu chapter and vice-president, Indian Medical Association, Tamil Nadu branch. He has organised two State conferences.


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Two anaesthetists from Tiruchi win accolades

Two city anaesthetists and faculty at Chennai Medical College Hospital and Research Centre (CMCHRC), Tiruchi, have won accolades from the Indian Society of Anaesthesiology, Tamil Nadu State branch, at the Coimbatore Anaesthesia South Zone Conference that concluded earlier this week.

B.Vijayakumar, retired professor and head, department of anaesthesiology, K.A.P.Viswanatham Government Medical College, was awarded the Anaesthesiology Excellence award. With 20 years of teaching experience, Dr.Vijayakumar, is also a recipient of the ‘Best Doctor Award’ from Tamil Nadu Dr.M.G.R Medical University in 2012. A.Rajamanoharan, retired professor and head, department of anaesthesiology, Madurai Medical College and Government Medical College, Theni, was presented the Dr.K.Balakrishnan Oration Award.

The present head of the department at CMCHRH, has served as president, Indian Society of Anaesthesiology, Tamil Nadu. Dr.Rajamanoharan has peer reviewed journals for Indian Journal of Anaesthesiology.

His areas of interest are management of chronic pain and training medical and paramedical persons in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).


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GH changes name

The Annal Gandhi Memorial Government Hospital attached to the K.A.P.Viswanatham Government Medical College will henceforth be called Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Hospital. The medical college hospital was renamed after a government order directed the change.


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Vasan Eye Care

The ambience at the Vasan Eye Care hospital at Alwarpet in Chennai is inviting. There is a board which claims, “We are not just India’s largest eye care hospital but also the world’s largest.” In one of the rooms, Dr M. Santhoshi was performing “a slit lamp examination”, which is “a routine check-up”, on the eyes of a girl. Vasan’s Healthcare Group has a 65-year history.

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Dr A.M. Arun, chairman, Vasan Healthcare Group

Dr Arun’s grandfather established Vasan Medical Centre, a drug store, in Tiruchi in 1947. Arun, who obtained his MBBS from Annamalai University, took over the shop in 1991, established a diagnostic centre and laboratory and later founded two multi-speciality hospitals in Tiruchi. Arun said: “In 2001, I realised that ophthalmology had a great future and potential.”

So he started his first eye care hospital in Tiruchi in 2002, and it has become a success. “I believe in two things: trust and care. People trust you and you should take care of them,” he said.

http://www.frontline.in/stories/20120810291511300.htm


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Annal Gandhi Government Hospital in pathetic state, claims CPM

TRICHY: The CPM has alleged that the state-of-affairs at Annal Gandhi Government Hospital in Trichy is pathetic despite the state government announcing Rs 100 crore last August to improve the infrastructure. The party, which organised a protest fast from July 10 to 15 at Woraiyur, to highlight the plight of the 621-bed hospital, claimed that corruption, pregnant women lying on the floor and patients paying for every service had become the order of the day.

The party, led by its district secretary Sridhar and city secretary K Vetriselvan gave a memorandum to the district collector Jayashree Muralidharan on Monday listing the woes existing at the hospital. The memorandum said that for want of enough beds, even people with complaints of fracture were made to lie on the floor and most of the available stretchers were used to transport cooking gas to the operation theatres.

Vetriselvan said the hospital remained in a pathetic condition ever since the idea of converting it into a super specialty hospital on a par with AIIMS was mooted six years ago. He also charged that the hospital's floor had not been cleaned for years now.

The hospital authorities also vetoed the idea of district secretary Sridhar's proposal to clean the premises with the help of members from the Democratic Student Federation of India. However, on July 12 the hospital was thoroughly washed ahead of the visit by a three-member team from the Medical Council of India. The team visited all the wards including the steam laundry, mortuary, kitchen and the blood bank, said resident medical officer Shiva Kumar.

Responding to the CPM's charges, Kumar admitted that there was a severe shortage of sanitary workers. There were only 23 male and 26 workers and only half of them were available during one of the two shifts. "There is a need for at least 100 sanitary workers, out of which a minimum of 45 are needed to assist the four major operation theatres (emergency, main, family planning and eye) during the day. In fact, there are six regular theatres operating within the main theatre where elective cases are referred. The other operation theatres get one worker each," admitted Kumar.


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The State government should create all infrastructure and make arrangements to ensure that all specialities were in place at Tiruchi government hospital

The Congress-led UPA government and the State government should increase fund allocation for health sector, Communist Party of India (Marxist) State secretary G.Ramakrishnan said on Tuesday.

Allocation of a meagre 1.4 per cent of Gross Domestic Product for the health sector by the Centre was inadequate, Mr.Ramakrishnan said.

He was addressing the party cadre after inaugurating a five-day relay fast organised here by the CPI (M) city unit demanding upgrade of Annal Gandhi Memorial Government Hospital on a par with All India Institute of Medical Sciences, and urging the State government to take necessary steps to do away with what the party termed ‘woeful conditions’ prevailing at the hospital.

The ruling AIADMK government was toeing the liberalised policies of the Congress-led UPA government, he said, citing the extent of funds allocated for education and health sector. Increasing commercialisation of health and education sector, he said, has led to a situation suiting only the well-to-do.

He pointed out that several western countries were spending huge amounts on the health sector.

Mr.Ramakrishnan said the projection of required investment as Rs.30,000 crore for health and education sector in the Tamil Nadu’s Vision 2023 document constitutes only a small part of Rs.15-lakh crore total investments envisaged for various sectors.

The State government should create all infrastructure and make arrangements to ensure that all specialities were in place at Tiruchi government hospital for the benefit of the poor, he emphasised.


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PNDT software imp'tation will force scan centres to follow Act

Tiruchirapalli (TN), June 4 (PTI): Implementation of Pre Natal Diagnostic Technique software (PNDT) for the first time in the country in this district would force scan centres across India to strictly follow the Pre Natal Diagnostic Technique Act-1994 (PNDT), a top official said. "The software will help authorities maintain a complete computerised record of ultrasound scan centres and monitor their functions. It will also allow public to contact them to complain about erring scan centres," Mohana Sundaram, Joint Director of Medical services, told PTI. Chennai based TAG Technologies Ltd has produced the software, which gives details of application of new centres, renewal/change of machines, details of taluk and district level officers monitoring the scan centres. Mohanasundaram said the software, prepared for this district for now, could be expanded to other districts and even other states, if they so desired. He said in the first phase, government proposed to computerise all 224 ultrasound scan centres in the city."As we are involved in the process, we decided to expand the software facility to the centres and made a web based one," he said. The software also contains details of Prenatal diagonostic technique act,1994,amended in 2002 and also Details of the District and Taluk Level appropriate authorities. The software is available in windows based version and Web Based online version, he said. District Collector Jayashree Muralidharan formally released the software today.


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