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Apollo Joint Injuries Clinic inaugurated

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The Apollo Speciality Hospitals in the city has opened an exclusive clinic for joint injuries.

N. Annavi, former international high jumper, the chief guest at the inaugural ceremony of the Apollo Joint Injuries Clinic, said the clinic would be useful for the public and sports personalities.


He shared his experiences on joint injuries and commended Apollo Hospitals, Tiruchi for opening the clinic.

K. Balasubramanian and Arun Geethayan, Consultant Trauma and Joint Replacement Surgeons, Apollo Hospitals, Tiruchi, said trauma and joint injuries are often missed and early recognition of joint injuries and proper treatment can prevent setting of arthritis in the joints.

A continuing medical education (CME) programme, Traumacon 2017, was also held. K.G. Srinivasan, Consultant Radiologist, Kader Sahib Consultant Intervention Cardiologist, Samson Daniel, Senior Consultant Trauma and Joint Replacement Surgeon and S. Ramesh Babu, president, Tamil Nadu Orthopaedic Association, Dr. Arun Geethayan and Dr. Balasubramanian, delivered lectures on various topics during the CME

Rohini Sridhar, Chief Operating Officer, Apollo Hospitals, Madurai Region, was also present.



source: http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-tamilnadu/apollo-joint-injuries-clinic-inaugurated/article18197277.ece


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 20, 2017 7:11 am 
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KAPV medical college gets 48 more PG seats

The Medical Council of India (MCI) has permitted the K.A.P. Viswanatham Government Medical College to offer 48 more Post Graduate seats from 2017-18. With this, the number of PG seats at the college will go up to 65 from 17.

Speaking to reporters, Marry Lilly, Dean of the college, said that it had got communication from the MCI and the State government to increase PG seats. It had enabled the college to increase the MS (General Surgery) seats from 4 to 16. Similarly, MD (General Medicine) would go up to 14 from 4. MD (Anaesthesia) would be increased to 13 from 4. MD (Paediatric) seats would be increased to 9 from 2. The number of PG seats in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (MS O&G) would go up to 9 from 2. The college has one PG seat in psychiatry. It would be increased to 4.

Stating that increase in PG seats would be a boon to aspiring students, she said the college had set up all needed infrastructure for admitting additional PG students. The nod was given based on a proposal sent to MCI recently. She said one more proposal had been sent to MCI for starting new PG courses in MS (Orthopaedics), MS (Ophthalmology), M.D (Anatomy), M.D (Microbiology) and M.D. (Pathology). It had been asked to permit 26 PG seats in the new courses.

The new main building, which was sanctioned by former Chief Minister Jayalalithaa had been brought to optimum utilisation. Nine super speciality departments such as cardiology, neurology, neuro surgery, nephrology, urology, paediatrics, plastic surgery and oncology had been functioning in the main building. Except nephrology, oncology and neuro surgery, all other departments had been functioning with required with full staff (a professor and two assistant professors). Other departments had one specialist. Steps had been initiated to fill vacancies.

Dr. Lilly added that to provide treatment to cancer patients, out-patients section had been functioning on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The medical college hospital had facility to treat cancer patients with chemotherapy. The X-ray section had been digitised to enable doctors to view the image of patients on monitor within a few seconds of taking X-ray. Similarly, it had acquired new endoscope and colonoscopy to treat patients with stomach diseases.

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Kauvery Hospital- Raising the bar in Quality Standards

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Kauvery Hospital is renowned for its excellent care and the commitment towards swift healing, bringing unmatched experience which are on par with the global standards.

Their main attribute is to soar success and elevated growth which extended in more than four cities and six units within the time span of 15 years.

ABK-AOTS DOSOKAI, a registered society to liaison between Japan and India across diverse spheres, has conferred two awards for Kauvery hospital, on January 23rd at Chennai for 5S Platinum Award, and another award at Delhi on February 26 for Quality Control.

Platinum Medal and Certification for the Best Practices in 5S, in Large and Medium Scale Industries is yet another feather in its cap, as Kauvery Hospital is the only hospital to win this award this year, out of 50 companies from the manufacturing and service sector.


5s operates at low cost, and is very easy to implement. 5S brings a practice of quality culture, morale, motivation and job satisfaction among the staff which leads them to solve minor problems through leadership and personal initiatives. The concept of 5s was originally implemented in Japan’s manufacturing industry, and has brought a tremendous efficiency change within a very limited time span.

Owing to the tremendous change it brought in the organizations, it gained an instant popularity across the globe. The list of five Japanese words, Seiri, Seiton, Seiso, Seiketsu, and Shitsuke, which translates to Sort, Set in order, Shine, Standardize and Sustain is a step-by-step process of bringing uncompromising efficiency in any organization. It brings quick improvement in the working environment and service quality by involving all the hospital staffs in efficient use of resources and curb the waste reduction. It is highly important that the good practices of one particular department are followed across various departments, and across all units .

Dr. S. Manivanan , Joint Managing Director, Kauvery Hospital, expressed his delight on the occasion, " It is widely acknowledged that the 5S system boosts efficiency, reduces waste and improves quality of products and services across all industries, and healthcare is no exception. Healthcare in India needs to adopt this system on a war footing so that hospitals both public and private will soon scale up to international standards.

I am also proud to say that from 5S Platinum Award have been awarded 5S sustenance award which lifts us into a select club of hospitals that have managed to acquire this status. This award also establishes us as a world-class hospital that provides quality and performance at par with global standards ."

Quality, Innovation, and keeping constant pace with the technologies are always the prime reasons, for its triumph.

It received the Best Multi-Specialty Hospital Award in the year 2001. Followed by, best IT user award. Best Cancer, Heart and Trauma Care, Accident and Emergency Care, multiple times across the years from 2001 till 2017.



source: http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-tamilnadu/kauvery-hospital-raising-the-bar-in-quality-standards/article18004498.ece


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Pinapple Dialysis Care----South India's 1st Standalone HD Center opened in Trichy


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Pinapple Dialysis Care™ is one of the first standalone Dialysis Care Hospital in South India. Located in the vicinity of Trichy's Rockfort Temple, it aims to provide affordable and distinctive service to the people.



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Plans to install AED device at public places in Trichy

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In an attempt to provide first aid to people suffering from cardiac arrest in public places, Tiruchi based Senthil Prabha Trust plans to install Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) device at a place of public congregation in Tiruchi soon.

Stating that 30% of heart attack patients died before reaching hospitals, Senthil Kumar Nallusamy, chief cardiologist, Rana Hospital and Director of the Trust, said that cardiac arrest could occur due to erratic fast heart beat (ventricular fibrillation). If this erratic heart beat can be identified at the right time, the abnormal rhythm can be normalised and the person’s life can be saved by giving a shock through the AED, Dr. Senthil Kumar said.

Though major hospitals had the device, it was not available in public places in Tiruchi so far. Since cardiac arrest could occur to any person anywhere at any time, it was essential to keep the device in public places outside hospitals so as to save the life of needy patients.

Hence, he had planned to make available the device, worth ₹1.5 lakh, in a popular public place.

The location would be identified shortly after obtaining necessary permission from the authorities concerned, he said.

Dr. Senthil Kumar said the machine was easy to operate. Selected persons would be trained to operate the device. The device was popular in western countries and could be found in airports, railway stations, bus stands, churches and mosques.



source: http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Tiruchirapalli/plans-to-install-aed-device-at-public-place/article17634841.ece



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MCI nod for 17 more PG seats

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The government has planned to increase the number of seats further: Minister

The Medical Council of India (MCI) has permitted K.A.P. Viswanatham Government Medical College to offer 17 more Post Graduate seats from 2017-18.


Ever since the college was established in 1997, it has never got permission to increase PG seats in double digit at a single stroke. The nod was given based on a proposal sent last month. The college had listed out the available infrastructure for offering the courses.

Marry Lilly, Dean, KAP. Viswanatham Government Medical College, said that the number of seats in Master of Surgery would go up to 16 from four.

The college had got permission to offer five more seats in Doctor of Medicine in Paediatrics (MD Paediatrics). It had so far been offering four seats in MD Paediatrics.

The college offers 22 PG courses during the academic year 2016-17. It included four seats each in Doctor of Science, Doctor of Medicine in Paediatrics, Doctor of Medicine in Anaesthesia. With the increase in new PG seats, the total number of PG seats would go up to 39.

C. Vijaya Baskar, Minister for Health and Family Welfare, told “The Hindu” that the sincere attempts of the State government had enabled the college to increase PG seats. It would augur well for PG aspirants. The government had planned to increase the number of PG seats further, he added.



source: http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-tamilnadu/mci-nod-for-17-more-pg-seats/article17465244.ece


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Newly opened Reproductive Maternal Newborn and Child Health Building


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