2.Excellence in patient care, research and education is the overall goal of the department of orthopedics at NDMVP Medical College.
3.Survival of the fittest theory is always a threat, there by needing constant improvement & sustained excellence in all parameters to compete with other institutions.
PROF & HOD: Dr. Pulate Avinash Murlidhar
PG Degree University: Pune University Institution: Rural Medical College, Loni. Year: 1994
a.OPD : Daily 9.00 am - 5.00 pm
b.IPD : Number of Units: 3 Total Bed Strength: 90
c.Emergency: Daily 24 hrs round the clock.
d.Department of Orthopaedics cater to about 120-150 outpatients and has indoor admission of about 10-12 daily.
e.Routine care of the trauma patients: primary, secondary & tertiary - round the clock.
f.Basic as well as advanced techniques of fracture fixation, operative correction of deformities, paediatric orthopaedics, orthopaedic oncology, External fixator application (static as well as flexible modular), including ring fixator (Illizarov's) for limb lengthening & deformity correction, Interlocking Nails for Femur, Tibia & Humerus.
1. Identify the diseases and injuries of musculo-skeletal system and obtain proper history and perform thorough clinical examination.
2. Plan and interpret investigations and institute the management in disease and injuries of musculoskeletal system.
3. Acquire skills to manage orthopaedic service.
4. Organise rehabilitative services to the Physically handicapped persons
Post Graduate Training
The residents are required to work full time in the department of Orthopaedic Surgery. They will fully participate in the day-to-day care of the patients in the wards, outpatient clinics and operation theatres. They will also participate in the academic and research activities of the department. During first year the residents shall be posted mainly in orthopaedic wards and in emergency. Under the supervision of his superior colleagues, he shall be responsible for the care of the patients in the ward. He shall also be rotated in different surgical specialties as follows. The student should be rotated for two weeks in each specially namely Intensive Care Unit Plastic Surgery, Vascular Surgery, General Surgery, to obtain the core experience during 1st year.
1.Identify and rectify electrolyte disturbance and acid base imbalance
2.Cardiopulmonary resuscitat on and endotracheal intubation (Oral)
3.AC. & Ch. Respiratory insufficiency interpretation of blood Gas analysis and its use in patient management.
(i) Triage and establishment of treatment priorities in polytrauma patient (ii) Tracheostomy (iii) Identification of Chest wall/lung injuries and chest tube insertion (iv) Peripheral Venous cutdown (v) Subclavian and internal jugular puncture (vi) CVP catheter monitoring (vii) 4 quadrant abdominal tap for haemoperitoneum (viii) Describe the potential complications of major intra-abdominal injuries and indication for emergency laparotomy. (ix) Assessment and management of head injuries and differential diagnosis of altered level of consciousness.