Teaching Staff

Sno Name Post Address Tel. Email

1

Dr. R.K. Mundra

Asso. Professor

2 Kanchan Vihar, 2 Kanchan Bagh, Indore 452001

0731- 2519191

mundra.rk@gmail.com

2

Dr. (Mrs.) Y. Gupta

Asst. Professor

Flat no. 101 Dil Pasand Park New Palasia ,Indore 452001

0731- 4066708

dryamini@indiatimes.com

3

Dr. Jagram Verma

Asstt. Professor

101,Dilpasand Park 15/8 new Palasa, Indore

9893163830

dryamini10@gmail.com

Non-Teaching Staff

Miss N. George – audiologist

Mr.B. Ramlal – Ward boy

Mrs. K. Rawal – Staff nurse

Mr. V. Banarsi – Ward boy

Mrs. P. Singh – ANM

Mr. E.P. Gosar – Sweeper

Mr. K.N. Tiwari – LDC

Mrs. M. Nanuram – Aaya bai

COURSES CONDUCTED
M.B.B.S , M.S. (ENT)
FACILITIES OFFERED
  1. Regular ENT OPD – Conducted from Monday – Saturday (08.30 a.m – 02.00 p.m.)
  2. Round the clock emergency services available.
  3. Special clinics like: Vertigo clinic, Hearing disabled rehabilitation clinic, Head & Neck Cancer clinic, Proptosis clinic & endonasal DCR clinic.
  4. Full fledged audiological section with sound proof room for complete audiological evaluation of hearing disabled patient.
  5. Assessment of various speech pathologies & speech therapy is done regularly.
  6. Rehabilitation of hearing impaired is available & regularly congenital hearing loss, noise induced hearing loss & hearing loss due to CSOM & aging process with suggestion of rehabilitation by surgery or hearing aid as required.
  7. Surgical procedures available: Foreign body removing Anterior Base of Skull Surgery, Thoracic procedure, Endoscopy, Head and Neck Surgery .
RESEARCH PROJECTS
  • Endonasal DCR – on economical approach with least morbidity and highest success.
  • Currently project on “Evaluation and Management of various nasal masses in ENT” is being carried in the Department under leadership of Dr.Y.K.Maru
  • Unilateral proptosis of rhinogenic origin evaluation & management by ENT approach.
RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS
4 international publications and 5 national publications published from the department.
AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS RECEIVED BY STUDENTS AND FACULTY
  1. An invitation talk given by Dr. R.K. Mundra, Assoc Prof &HOD on management of foreign bodies in paediatric airway in AOICON 2015 in Raipur held in January 2015.
  2. Paper presentation by post graduate students in AOICON 2015 in January on
    • a rare case of epidermoid cyst in submandibular region
    • role of concha bullosa in patients with nasal septal deviation in chronic rhinosinusitis
    • comparative evaluation of chronic rhinosinusitis patients by conventional radiography .CT PNS and diagnostic nasal endoscopy

    3 Poster presentation by post graduate students in AOICON 2015 in January on

    • A rare case of post diptheric laryngeal web
    • Retained unusual foreign body in sino-orbital region: sparing all vital structures

    4) Paper presentation on Impact of active and second hand tobacco smoke on CRS patients : comparative analysis by CT scanning and nasal endoscopy and poster presentation on Longest wooden stick penetrating sino-orbital region :Unbelievably sparing vital structures by post graduate students in the 38th Annual Conference of AOI , Delhi in February 2015 .

    CME PROGRAMMES , RESEARCH  PUBLICATIONS AND ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES  CONDUCTED IN DEPARTMENT OF ENT
    1)Post graduate studies , regular journal clubs on Tuesday from 12pm to 1 pm
    2)Regular seminar presentations on Thursday from 12 pm to 1 pm
    3)Clinical case presentations from 9 am to 9.30 am
    4)Regular lectures and clinical posting for U.G. students
    5)Demonstration of live surgeries in O.T. for U.G. students
    6)Periodic quiz competitions
    7)Web telecast of online C.M.E. was conducted in june 2014 on Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome and sleep physiology
    8)Lecture C.M.E. was organized for P.G. students in March 2014 and was delivered by foreign faculty Dr. Kakani(USA)
    9)Lecture C.M.E. was organized in November 2014 on ENT manifestations of Tuberculosis , lecture was delivered by Dr Bhargava , Dept of Respiratory Medicine
    10)Seminar was held in December 2014 demonstrating technique and benefits of percutaneous tracheostomy
    11)Seminar was held by Department of Respiratory Medicine on role of spirometry in respiratory physiology in December 2014 which was attended  jointly by dept of medicine , respiratory medicine and ENT
    12)Total no. of patients operated in the department since 1st April 2014:
    Major OT- 193 cases
    Minor OT-883 cases

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