The Department of Surgery was started functioning in the year 1948.
Dr. Ramesh Nigam (1948-1960) was the first Professor and Head of department of surgery . Subsequently Dr. D.S. Deodhar (1960-1963) , Dr. V.G. Gharpure (1963-1964) , Dr. C. Balakrishnan (1964-1965) , Dr.kalke (1965-70) , Dr.V.Marwah (1970-79) , Dr. M.L. Gandhe (1979-84) Dr N.K. Deshmukh (1984-90 , Dr. S.R. Joharpurkar (1990-91) Dr. V.N. Sagdeo(1991-93) , Dr. B.P. Deshraj (1993-94) , Dr. A.M. Bhole (1994-95) , Dr. V.N. Sagdeo (1995-2007) , Dr S.P.Matkari (2007-2014) , Dr. B.B. Gupta (4-8-14-5-9-14) , Dr. Raj .N. Gajbhiye (6-9-14...onwards till date).
Currentaly Dr.RAJ.N.GAJBHIYE is PROFESSOR & HEAD OF DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY, INCHARGE OF UNIT 1 SURGERY, HAVING SOPD ON MONDAY. His keen interest in Advanced gastrointestinal laparoscopic surgery ,specialy Metabolic Bariatric Surgery for obese patients.
The current admission strength of M.S. General Surgery POST GRADUATE SEATS is 22 per year and the Degree recognised by Medical Council of India in 1971.
Department has two fellowship course recognised by MUHS
1) Fellowship in Minimal access surgery
2)Fellowship in Emergency and Trauma
Department has 8 units with specialised Burn UNIT & Burn ward.There are 8 dedicated operation theatres with four fully integrated Modular OTs with advanced laparoscopy and Bariatric Surgery operative sets. Department conducts various speciality clinics such as Gastro-intestinal surgery & laparoscopy unit, Breast clinic,Obesity clinic and Hernia clinic,coloproctology clinic..
Department recieves patients from Vidarbha, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Andra Pradesh.Department conducts various diagnostic and operative camps and workshops.
Department has various Research paper and Publication in National and International journals.Department of surgery conducts operative workshop and CME in OT F and Masicon Hall in GMC Nagpur regularly for best patient management , upgradation of knowledge of postgraduates in surgery and undergraduate students .There is exposure for advanced anaesthesia management to their postgraduates and also nursing staff in Operation Theatre.
|1. PROF. R.N. GAJBHIYE||1. STUDY OF LAPAROSCOPIC RETROPERITONEAL PYELOPLASTY||INERNATIONALSURGERYJOURNAL||JAN 2O15|
|2. ACUTE RETENTION OF URINE DUE TO LOOSE PERITONEAL BODY||BRITISH JOURNAL OF UROLOGY||2015|
|3. COLORECTAL FOTEIGN BODIES||INDIAN JOURNAL OF COLOPROCTOLOGY||2015|
|4. DYSPHAGIA DUE TO TRANSMURAL MIGRATION OF POLYPROPYLENE MESH INTO OESOPHAGUS||INDIAN JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY||2015|
|5. PENILE TORNIQUET SYNDROME DUE TO COIL OF HAIR||INDIAN JOURNAL OF PLASTIC SURGERY||2015|
|6.MENINGOMYELOCELE IN ADULTS||BOMBAY HOSPITAL JOURNAL||2015|
|7. A RANDOMIZED STUDY COMPARING OUTCOMES OF STAPLED AND HAND SUTURES ANASTOMOSIS IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING OPEN GASTROINTESTINAL SURGERY||INDIAN JOURNAL OF SURGERY||2015|
|2. DR. BRAJESH GUPTA||1. STUDY OF LAPAROSCOPIC MANAGEMENT OF HYDATID CYST||GASTROENTEROLOGY JOURNAL||2016|
|2. SOLID PSEUDOPAPILLARY TUMOR OF PANCREAS: A RARE CASE||JMGIMS||2014|
|3. ADRENAL SCHWANNOMA INCIDENTAL FINDING - A CASE REPORT||INDIAN JOURNAL OF SURGERY||2015|
|4. WHIPPLES PROCEDURE - OUR EXPERIENCE OF 4||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEPATOBILIARY||2015|
|3. DR JAGDISH HEDAWOO||1. TREATMENT OF ANAL FISSURE: PILL OR KNIFE||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH||MARCH2017|
|2. RARE TUMOR OF PANCREAS- SOLID PSEUDOPAPILLARY TUMOR: A CASE SERIES||DEN. RES.|
|3. FORGOTTEN CBD STENT (102 MONTHS) WITH STENT - STONE COMPLEX : A CASE REPORT||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SURGERY CASE REPORTS||2017|
|4. DR. PRAVIN BHINGARE||1. LAPAROSCOPIC REPAIR OF PEPTIC ULCER PERFORATION - SINGLE CENTRE EXPERIENCE||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ANATOMY AND RADIOLOGY AND SURGERY||VOL 5 ISSUE 3 JULY - SEPTEMBER2016|
|2. RECTO - VESICO CUTANEOUS FISTULA FOLLOWING PERINEAL INJURY BY WILD BOAR||JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND DIAGNOSTIC RESEARCH||MAY 2016|
|3. RARE COMPLICATION OF VENTRICULOPERITONEAL SHUNT : ANAL EXTRUSION||JOURNAL OF MEDICAL SCIENCE AND MEDICAL RESEARCH||VOL 4 ISSUE 12 DEC 2016|
|4. STUDY OF SURGICAL COMPLICATIONS OF PANCREATITIS||JOURNAL OF MEDICAL SCIENCE AND CLINICAL RESEARCH||VOLUME 5 ISSUE 1 JAN 2017|
5. DR. ARTI MITRA
DR U. CHANDAK
|1. STUDY OF EMERGENCY RESECTION AND ANASTOMOSIS IN ADULTS||JOURNAL OF MEDICAL SCIENCE AND CLINICAL RESEARCH||VOLUME 4 ISSUE 10 PAGE 13490 - 13500 OCTOBER 2016|
|2. STUDY OF ENTERO - CUTANEOUS FISTULA||JOURNAL OF EVIDENCE BASED MEDICINE||VOL2, ISSUE 12 2015|
3. ASSESSMENT OF RISK FACTORS , DIAGNOSIS AND APPROACH TO MANAGEMENT IN CASES UNDERGOING DIFFICULT CHOLECYSTECTOMY
|JOURNAL OF EVIDENCE BASED MEDICINE AND HEALTHCARE||VOL2 , ISSUE 13, 2015|
|4. COLORECTAL MALIGNANCY IN YOUNG PATIENTS||ANNALS OF INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL AND DENTAL RESEARCH||2016|
|5. DR. UNMED CHANDAK||1. STUDY OF ABDOMINAL LUMPS, DIAGNOSTIC EVALUATION AND OPERATIVE CORRELATION||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RECENT TRENDS IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY||JAN 2016|
|2. STUDY OF LAPAROSCOPIC TEP INGUINAL HERNIA REPAIR - FIXATION V/S NON FIXATION OF MESH||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RECENT TRENDS IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY||AUG 2014|
|3. LAPAROSCOPIC MANAGEMENT OF RECTAL CARCINOMA||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RECENT TRENDS IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY||OCT 2014|
5. DR. A. QURAISHI
DR. M. BORKAR
|A CLINICAL STUDY OF LOCALLY ADVANCED CARCINOMA OF BREAST||JOURNAL OF EVIDENCE BASED MEDICINE AND HEALTHCARE||2015|
|6. DR. SANJAY DAKHORE||1. GIANT SPLENIC ARTERY PSEUDOANEURYSM MASQUERADING AS BLEEDING PER RECTUM||JOURNAL OF EVOLUTION OF MEDICAL AND DENTAL SCIENCE||2013|
|2. LAP STAPLER GASTROJEJUNOSTOMY WITH TOTAL TRUNCHAL VAGOTOMY FOR BENIGN GOO||IOSR JOURNAL OF DENTAL AND MEDICAL SCIENCES||2013|
|3. PERFORATED APPENDICITIS IN CHILDREN||IOSR JOURNAL OF DENTAL AND MEDICAL SCIENCES||2013|
|Sr no||research topic|
|1||study of endoscopic thyroidectomy|
|2||study of clinical spectrum and management of hydatid diseaae|
|3||study of laparoscopic management of chronic oancreatitis|
|4||evaluation of role of BMI and serum albumin in major elective abdominal surgery|
|5||outcome of cerebral contusion in mild traumatic head injury patients|
|6||peptic perforation comparative study of its closure (omentopexy versus figure of 8)|
|7||study of burst abdomen its causes and managements|
|8||study of colorectal malignacies|
|9||a comparative study of use of tissue glue (n butyl sinoacrylate) vs suturing for mesh fixation and peritoneal closure in tapp|
|10||study of laparoscopic adhesiolysis in post operative adhesive intestinal obstruction|
|13||study of changes in biochemical and other parameter after laparoscopic bariatric surgery in the management of morbid obesity and metabolic syndrome|
|14||to study of the role of surgical intervention in haemoglobin party's complication|
|15||comparative study of laparoscopic and open Whipple surgery|
|16||a comparative clinical study of convention haemorrhoids Tony and stapled haemorrhoidectomy|
|17||the study of efficacy of i-breast examination as a screening modality for early breast cancer|
|18||to study prevelance of CAUTI on surgical ward and RR|
|19||analysis of complications of lap cholecystectomy|
|20||study of targeted four node sampling of axilla in management of carcinoma of breast|
|21||the study of ca stomach and it's management|
|22||study of primary PSARP in vestibular fistula in females|
|23||the comparative study between therapeutic aspiration v/s continuous catheter drainage in liver abscess|
|24||a prospective study of role of cyanoacrylate glue in the management of low fistula in ano|
|25||study the effect of laparoscopic bariatric surgery in the management of type 2 DM and hypertension in patients with BMI less than 35|
|26||VATS in the management of acute fibrinopurulent empyema in paediatric patients|
|27||lap v/s open appendicectomy|
|28||biliary lithiasis in sickle cell disease patient|
|29||different modalities of treatment for choledocholithiasis|
|30||study of vac in burst abdomen patients|
|31||clinical study ; management of complications of acute pancreatitis|
WORKSHOPS CONDUCTED BY DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY, GMC NAGPUR YEAR 2015- 16
1. Organised MASICON --- 2015
2. Organised fellowship courses in Minimal access Surgery F.I.A.G.E.S. including course
conduct/ training/ examination/operative workshop operating Basic and Advanced laparoscopic surgery.
3. Surgery department organised diagnostic / operative workshop under MAHA AROGYA SHAHYA CHIKITSA SHIBIR and operated more than 100 patients from Vidarbha region.
4. Department organised various surgical and laparoscopoic workshops
5. Organised Vidarbha Level Conference---- VSACON 2016
6. Organised Wound Management Seminar.
7.Department organized a VATS (video assisted thoracoscopy )workshop in OT F on 15 December 2018 , showing advanced laparoscopy management in complicated lung pathology ,Decorticatation, organised retractable haemothorax, cancer Oesophaus middle 1/3 to be managened by MIS successfuly by Renowned Thoracoscopic surgeon Dr. Sawarana from Tamilnadu and Dr.. Raj Gajbhiye ,Head of Department surgery GMC Nagpur as faculty.
8.skill lab course conducted for postgraduates ,faculties from surgery and Obstetrics Gynacolgical Dept in Gmc nagpur through Jonson and Jonson division by providing Mobile van service with well equipped skill lab for open and Laparoscopic knotting and suturing techniques with educational videos for correct learning on 3 January to 5 January 2019 for whole day 9am-5 pm near Dean Office premises.
9.Department conducted a Bariatric workshop and CME in various types of Bariatric procedures including RyGB, sleeve, mini gastric bypass ,banding procedures successfuly performed for five obese patients, free of cost in Govt schemes by renowned Bariatric surgeon Dr. Mohan Bhandari from Indore and Dr.. Raj Gajbhiye, Head of department surgery GMC Nagpur on 19 January 2019 followed by CME.