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மேலும், இந்த மருத்துவமனையிலேயே ரூ. 70 லட்சம் மதிப்பில் அமைக்கப்பட்டுள்ள 20 நபர்கள் செல்லக் கூடிய லிப்ட்டையும் அவர் திறந்து வைத்தார். மேலும், ரூ. 2.52 லட்சத்தில் ரத்தம் தொடர்பான பரிசோதனைகளை மேற்கொள்ளும் கருவி, ரூ. 2.99 லட்சத்தில் ஐ.சி.யு. வெண்டிலேட்டர் கருவி ஆகியவற்றையும் ராகேஷ் மிஸ்ரா இயக்கி வைத்தார். நிகழ்ச்சியில், திருச்சி ரயில்வே கோட்ட மேலாளர் மஞ்சுளா ரங்கராஜன், ரயில்வே மருத்துவமனை தலைமை கண்காணிப்பாளர் ஆர். சவுந்தரராஜன் உள்ளிட்டோர் பங்கேற்றனர்.


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 Post subject: Re: Health Care, Medical & Hospitals in Trichy
PostPosted: Sat Feb 23, 2013 11:21 am 
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Niranjan wrote:
Trichy GH Super Speciality Hospital Upgradation at 100 Crores is one of the Dream Project for Trichy City------Construction Updates --------as on 28th Jan, 2013

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Construction Activities using Tower Crane -Long Shot

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TFS Niranjan sir :)


Trichy GH Super Speciality Hospital Upgradation at 100 Crores is one of the Dream Project for Trichy City

we all know that this project shifted to 2 other places -------------------But, it was not success there-----no work started ----in one place, the project is stopped, in another, it has been Dropped

But, Now -------------------due to our Honourable CM Mam, This project has again come back to Trichy



and see, now, ------------------How the work is Taking Place

No words to Describe the Fast Pace of Work--------------------Really Gorgeous, Amazing and Awesome

Going, By this Speed, we can see the Entire 7-Storeyed 100 Crore Super-Speciality Hospital being completed in about 6 months time from now


:D :D :D :) :P


Where is this super specialty hospital coming up??? Right next to GH or some where else???


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 17, 2013 7:51 pm 
:D Excellent Microsurgery Centre deals with Micro vascular, nerves and reconstructive surgeries in Trichy. It has the world's best Hand Surgery unit to cope up with all difficult case at par with the international standards. I happened to visit the doctor ( Dr J. Terrence Jose Jerome) there. He is well mannered, knowledged, soft spoken and the FIRST INDIAN to qualify and Pass the Prestigious " European Diploma In Hand surgery" held in Romania 2010. I had visited the website showing the results also. Every one can visit this at http://www.fessh.com/index.php?c=58

I wish the team of doctors all the best and continue doing the good work


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Microsurgery on accident victim with shoulder paralysis

A 25-year-old engineer whose shoulder and elbow were left paralysed after a road traffic accident six months ago underwent a microsurgery intended to restore partial function of the limbs in a city hospital recently.

The patient from Mayiladuthurai sustained injuries to the brachial plexus, a network of nerves emerging from the spine near the neck, branching out to the shoulder, arm, and hand. The injury can make everyday activities like eating, writing or putting on a shirt difficult, according to hand and microsurgeon, Terrence Jose Jerome, who operated on the patient at Olympia Hospital and Research Centre, Puthur.

A microsurgery, a surgical procedure using an operating microscope, was performed to transfer multiple nerves – nerves with less important roles were transferred to restore the functioning of damaged nerves. Delicate sutures about one-tenth in diameter were also part of the surgery that lasted for seven hours. The patient was discharged on the third day of surgery and continues to recuperate. The procedure cost around Rs.50,000.

Around 40 to 60 per cent of function can be restored in the patient, though the rate of success is higher if the surgery is performed within three to six months of the injury, said Dr.Terrence. Brachial plexus injuries can happen during a fall from a motorcycle, but awareness that such injuries can be treated is low, feels the operating team, including general surgeon K.Thirumagal and anaesthetist Satish. Olympia Hospital plans to conduct a campaign to spread awareness on these injuries.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 376870.ece


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 14, 2013 11:56 am 
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Trichy hospital gets a boost with C-arm

TRICHY: The KAPV government medical college and hospital here can now boast of a C-arm machine which is used for fluoroscopic imaging vital for critical care. The machine that would henceforth be used in complicated operations at the hospital cost Rs 10 lakh. Neuro surgeon Dr S Balamurugan, who has so far performed 40 simple spine operations (without the aid of C-arm) here, contributed to the procurement of the machine through his efforts and even spent Rs 2 lakh for buying micro-surgical instruments.

Till now It was due to the efforts of a single Brain and spine surgeon that resulted in getting a much-needed C-arm for the KAPV Government Medical College and Hospital, Trichy.

After Dr Balamurugan The associate professor of neuro surgery, was posted at the hospital in May last year he decided on upgrading the surgical facilities as till now complicated surgeries were referred to other places due to lack of sophisticated equipment. under the chief minister's comprehensive health insurance scheme. As such, he was instrumental in contributing Rs 12 lakh to his department's kitty as half of the operation cost is contributed by the state government.

After Dr Balamurugan gave a requisition to the dean Karthikeyan, in his capacity as the head of the neuro department, the latter, the final authority to sanction, willingly obliged. "I did what I did out of my own interest, and the dean Karthikeyan was more than helpful in getting the Chandigarh-based Allengers Medical Systems-made C-arm," he explained.

Local minister N R Sivapathy inaugurated the C-arm machine in the presence of local MLAs Paranjothi and Manoharan and district collector Jayashree Muralidharan.

As soon as the assembling of the equipment was completed on Saturday, the inauguration was hurried and scheduled a day after, said a doctor.

Trichy hospitals receive at least two spine-trauma cases a week, and they were referred to hospitals in Madurai or Chennai. Sivapathy, the minister for school education, also chose the occasion to distribute a cheque for Rs 1 lakh each to two people whose kin had lost their lives in road accidents recently. He also distributed appointment orders to 13 junior assistants for the revenue department who had cleared the Tamil Nadupublic service commission exams.

Dr Balamurugan said the hospital was trying to do as many operations as possible under the CM's comprehensive scheme, and the half of the operation cost that is directly deposited in the department's account would be utilised to import an operative microscope from Germany at an estimated cost of Rs 40 to 50 lakh. The machine would be central to the intra-operative use in the treatment of tumours. "The abnormal tissues would be visible only with high magnification," said Dr Balamurugan.

The state government had announced Rs 100 crore for the badly-needed infrastructure improvement of the 621-bed hospital in the last fiscal year. Ironically, the notable change that took place last year at the hospital was that it was renamed from the previous Annal Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi government hospital.

The construction of the super specialty block started last year and is slated to be completed by this year end. The second floor of the still-to-be-completed specialty block has been allotted to the neuro surgery department.

Interestingly, this is the only and the first high-tech machine available for the neuro surgery department at the hospital. Under the normal circumstances, it would take have more than two years to get such a machine after going through a labyrinthine route of official check-out procedure, and anyway the Trichy govt hospital did not boast one, despite the sad fact that the region receives a large number of accident victims who would require such high frequency instrument to effectively treat spine trauma. "An old machine was confined to orthopedic department," said RMO Shivakumar. He said the hospital was tired of getting this machine itself, and to get a few more would be a tall order under the trying circumstances.

However, the sad reality is the neuro department hinges on one associate professor (now Dr Balamurugan). Despite the commissioning of the new machine, it would be indeed helpful if there are one more associate professor and five assistant professors made available to the department, Dr Balamurugan opined.

The hospital was in the news last August when the CPM members sat on a protest fast to highlights the sorry state of affairs. They claimed the expectant mothers were still lying on the damp floor, corruption had become the order of the day, and the patients had to pay for every service. The idea to convert the hospital into a super specialty one on par with the AIIMS was mooted seven years ago, but today it remains a far cry.




I Kindly Request all Passionate Trichy Portal Members to refrain from posting news from Times of India---------------------Stupid , idiotic newspaper

Just see their news and see above the status of Super-Speciality Hospital Upgradation Works

What a Crazy Stupids they are--------------------They are not even Aware of the works Going here





:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 7:17 am 
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Trichy hospital gets a boost with C-arm

TRICHY: The KAPV government medical college and hospital here can now boast of a C-arm machine which is used for fluoroscopic imaging vital for critical care. The machine that would henceforth be used in complicated operations at the hospital cost Rs 10 lakh. Neuro surgeon Dr S Balamurugan, who has so far performed 40 simple spine operations (without the aid of C-arm) here, contributed to the procurement of the machine through his efforts and even spent Rs 2 lakh for buying micro-surgical instruments.

Till now It was due to the efforts of a single Brain and spine surgeon that resulted in getting a much-needed C-arm for the KAPV Government Medical College and Hospital, Trichy.

After Dr Balamurugan The associate professor of neuro surgery, was posted at the hospital in May last year he decided on upgrading the surgical facilities as till now complicated surgeries were referred to other places due to lack of sophisticated equipment. under the chief minister's comprehensive health insurance scheme. As such, he was instrumental in contributing Rs 12 lakh to his department's kitty as half of the operation cost is contributed by the state government.

After Dr Balamurugan gave a requisition to the dean Karthikeyan, in his capacity as the head of the neuro department, the latter, the final authority to sanction, willingly obliged. "I did what I did out of my own interest, and the dean Karthikeyan was more than helpful in getting the Chandigarh-based Allengers Medical Systems-made C-arm," he explained.

Local minister N R Sivapathy inaugurated the C-arm machine in the presence of local MLAs Paranjothi and Manoharan and district collector Jayashree Muralidharan.

As soon as the assembling of the equipment was completed on Saturday, the inauguration was hurried and scheduled a day after, said a doctor.

Trichy hospitals receive at least two spine-trauma cases a week, and they were referred to hospitals in Madurai or Chennai. Sivapathy, the minister for school education, also chose the occasion to distribute a cheque for Rs 1 lakh each to two people whose kin had lost their lives in road accidents recently. He also distributed appointment orders to 13 junior assistants for the revenue department who had cleared the Tamil Nadupublic service commission exams.

Dr Balamurugan said the hospital was trying to do as many operations as possible under the CM's comprehensive scheme, and the half of the operation cost that is directly deposited in the department's account would be utilised to import an operative microscope from Germany at an estimated cost of Rs 40 to 50 lakh. The machine would be central to the intra-operative use in the treatment of tumours. "The abnormal tissues would be visible only with high magnification," said Dr Balamurugan.

The state government had announced Rs 100 crore for the badly-needed infrastructure improvement of the 621-bed hospital in the last fiscal year. Ironically, the notable change that took place last year at the hospital was that it was renamed from the previous Annal Gandhi to Mahatma Gandhi government hospital.

The construction of the super specialty block started last year and is slated to be completed by this year end. The second floor of the still-to-be-completed specialty block has been allotted to the neuro surgery department.

Interestingly, this is the only and the first high-tech machine available for the neuro surgery department at the hospital. Under the normal circumstances, it would take have more than two years to get such a machine after going through a labyrinthine route of official check-out procedure, and anyway the Trichy govt hospital did not boast one, despite the sad fact that the region receives a large number of accident victims who would require such high frequency instrument to effectively treat spine trauma. "An old machine was confined to orthopedic department," said RMO Shivakumar. He said the hospital was tired of getting this machine itself, and to get a few more would be a tall order under the trying circumstances.

However, the sad reality is the neuro department hinges on one associate professor (now Dr Balamurugan). Despite the commissioning of the new machine, it would be indeed helpful if there are one more associate professor and five assistant professors made available to the department, Dr Balamurugan opined.

The hospital was in the news last August when the CPM members sat on a protest fast to highlights the sorry state of affairs. They claimed the expectant mothers were still lying on the damp floor, corruption had become the order of the day, and the patients had to pay for every service. The idea to convert the hospital into a super specialty one on par with the AIIMS was mooted seven years ago, but today it remains a far cry.


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GH gets high-tech ENT operating microscope


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TIRUCHI, February 8, 2013

The ENT (ear, nose and throat) department at the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Government Hospital attached to the K.A.P. Viswanatham Government Medical College has acquired a high-tech ENT operating microscope for performing advanced surgeries. The ENT operating microscope was installed on Thursday, according to A.Karthikeyan, dean of the medical college.

The operating microscope manufactured by Zeiss, a German company, has an inbuilt camera and costs Rs.14 lakh. Only private hospitals in Tamil Nadu possess the instrument, Dr. Karthikeyan told The Hindu .

The equipment was purchased from claims for procedures performed under the Chief Minister’s Comprehensive Insurance Scheme. The norms of the scheme state that claims are split among patients welfare, materials for surgery and incentives for operating team. But 25 per cent of proceeds are to be made use of for upgrade of infrastructure and facilities in the hospital.

As the hi-tech operating microscope has an inbuilt camera, clarity of vision for procedures involving the ear is much enhanced, said S. Palaniappan, head, department of ENT. The equipment will make procedures requiring precision feasible and reduce surgical error, he added. Cochlear implants and skull-based surgeries would benefit from the new equipment.

With the medical college hospital keen on getting approval to start postgraduate programme in ENT, such equipment comes as a bonus for a teaching hospital, said Dr. Palaniappan.


source: http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 392265.ece





Great News

Hope and waiting for the Early Completion of the Super Speciality Upgradation of Trichy GH at a Cost of 100 Crores by September 2013


:D :D :D :) :P

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Debate on hurdle in cancer control

TIRUCHI, February 8, 2013
SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT

The Harshamitra Super Specialty Cancer Centre and Research Institute, Rose Garden Free Cancer Trust and Grama Vidiyal Micro Finance Limited jointly organised a cancer debate programme in the city on Tuesday. :D :D

The topic of the debate was ‘the major hurdle in cancer control: ignorance or negligence?’ Tiruchi N.Siva, Rajya Sabha member, was the chief guest. Sathish Devaraj of Grama Vidiyal Micro Finance Limited, delivered a special address on the importance of the day. Nandalala of the Tamil Nadu Progressive Writers and Artistes Association was the moderator. He urged people to accord top priority for the maintenance of their physique.


Source: http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 392269.ece


Oops-------------I missed this Debate-----------------Both MP SIVA and Nandalala are Excellent Speakers and Orators

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Microsurgery on accident victim with shoulder paralysis

A 25-year-old engineer whose shoulder and elbow were left paralysed after a road traffic accident six months ago underwent a microsurgery intended to restore partial function of the limbs in a city hospital recently.

The patient from Mayiladuthurai sustained injuries to the brachial plexus, a network of nerves emerging from the spine near the neck, branching out to the shoulder, arm, and hand. The injury can make everyday activities like eating, writing or putting on a shirt difficult, according to hand and microsurgeon, Terrence Jose Jerome, who operated on the patient at Olympia Hospital and Research Centre, Puthur.

A microsurgery, a surgical procedure using an operating microscope, was performed to transfer multiple nerves – nerves with less important roles were transferred to restore the functioning of damaged nerves. Delicate sutures about one-tenth in diameter were also part of the surgery that lasted for seven hours. The patient was discharged on the third day of surgery and continues to recuperate. The procedure cost around Rs.50,000.

Around 40 to 60 per cent of function can be restored in the patient, though the rate of success is higher if the surgery is performed within three to six months of the injury, said Dr.Terrence. Brachial plexus injuries can happen during a fall from a motorcycle, but awareness that such injuries can be treated is low, feels the operating team, including general surgeon K.Thirumagal and anaesthetist Satish. Olympia Hospital plans to conduct a campaign to spread awareness on these injuries.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 376870.ece


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Niranjan wrote:
Trichy GH Super Speciality Hospital Upgradation at 100 Crores is one of the Dream Project for Trichy City------Construction Updates --------as on 28th Jan, 2013

Image

Image

Construction Activities using Tower Crane -Long Shot

Image

Image

Image

Image

Image





TFS Niranjan sir :)


Trichy GH Super Speciality Hospital Upgradation at 100 Crores is one of the Dream Project for Trichy City

we all know that this project shifted to 2 other places -------------------But, it was not success there-----no work started ----in one place, the project is stopped, in another, it has been Dropped

But, Now -------------------due to our Honourable CM Mam, This project has again come back to Trichy



and see, now, ------------------How the work is Taking Place

No words to Describe the Fast Pace of Work--------------------Really Gorgeous, Amazing and Awesome

Going, By this Speed, we can see the Entire 7-Storeyed 100 Crore Super-Speciality Hospital being completed in about 6 months time from now


:D :D :D :) :P

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No Admin, it's for Super Speality Hospital ...I am the one took this picture :)


Oh ! Thanks for the update.


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