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Introduction & Facility:
Is provided with well experience staffs and equipments. We prove along with routine ECG and blood and urine investigations PFT ( Pulmonary Function test) ECHO cardiography and thread meal test, Special care to diabetic and hypertensive patients . Regular cardiologist and Neurologist visit for required care.
RNTCP care for Tubercular Patients
ICU care CCU care for critical patients.
Department Library come Seminar Room:
Number of Books: 90
Number of Journals:Nil
Seminar room: Nil
Publications: National & International & Conference Attended:
|1||2012||K. kuldeepa. ananda. vaidya; pradeep. Vernekar||Thrombocytopenia in relation with plasmodium vivax malaria—k.journal of evolution of medical and dental sciences/volume 1/ issue 4/ october—2012|
|2||2012||Kaidya. K.A Vernekar. p.||Total leucocytic count and itsdiagnostic utility in endemic area—advanced laboratory medicine international-2012; 2 (3): 119—122.|
|3||2013||Abdul. fazil; pradeep. v. vernekar;||Clinical profile and complication of malaria hepatopathy—disha. geriani et. al. –journal of infection and public health october 2013 volume 6, issue5, pages383—388.|
|4||2013||Pradeep. v. vernekar.||Hypophosphatemia in acute and chronic liver diseases— journal of evaluation of medical and dental sciences/ volume 2/ issue 43/ October 28, 2013.|
|5||2013,||Pradeep||Comparison of mean platelet volume in type-2 diabetes on insulin therapy and on oral hypoglycaemic agent and diagnostic research—dec 2013, vol17, issue—12|
|6||2015||Pradeep. v. vernekar, kuladeepa. ananda. vaidya.—||Thyroid stimulating harmone and haemoglobin status in patients suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.—international journal of scitific study/ june 2015/ vol 3 issue 3 1—4|
|7||Radhika. shenoy, pradeep. v. vernekar.||Fasting lipid profile in pre and post menopausal women—sent for proof reading and publication—|
|8||Pradeep. v. vernekar,||HDL—cholesterol level study in diabetic patients receiving insulin and oral hypoglycaemic agents.—study in progress.|
|9||Dr. Pradeep.v, vernekar and Dr. Chethan patil||Pulmonary function test – a comparity study in general public & subjects expose to industrial pollutants dr. pradeep.v, vernekar and dr. chethan patil study in progress.|
Conference Attended:Dr. Pradeep Vernekar
Speaker on topic Government Policies in control of Endemic Viral infections.
Chaired many sessions.
Research Publication: Dr. Anitha Sequeira:
|Sl.No||Department||Name of the faculty with Designation||Topic/ Title||Journal|
|1||General Medicine||Dr. Anitha Sequeira
|A Comparative Study on pre and post Prandial BP recordings in obese and non obese individuals||Journal of clinical and diagnostic research Jan 2016|
|2||General Medicine||Dr. Anitha Sequeira
|A Comparative study on pre and post Prandial BP recordings in hypertensives and non hypertensives||International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences Nov. 2015.|
Conference Attended- Dr. Anitha Sequeira
1.Attended KAPICON -2016 ( June) at Gulbarga
2.Attended Medicine CME Medicine update- Nov-2016 at AJ Hospital and also chaired the session
3.Attended ECG CON -2016 (October) at TMA hall Mangalore
Speaker on topic H1 N1
Chaired many sessions.
Conference Attended- Dr. Sunil Kumar
-Participated and chaired session at USI conference -2014 at Mangalore
-Participated at KAPICON 2015 at Vijaypur
-Secretary for APL- DL Chapter 2014-2015
-Attended Cardiac Conference Spectrum 2015 at Mangalore
-Attended National conference on Electro cardiology at Fr. Muller Hospital Mangalore and chaired a session
-Attended Medical update 2015 at Mangalore.
-Delivered a talk on dengue and fever) CME organised by medicine dept SIMS & RC Mukka, Mangalore.
Dr. Pradeep.v, vernekar and Dr. Chethan patil
Pulmonary function test – a comparity study in general public & subjects expose to industrial pollutants dr. pradeep.v, Varnekar and dr. chethan patil study in progress.
CME: Department of General Medicine 2014: Women’s Health
2017 –Viral Infections