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LIST OF FACULTY MEMBERS
Depart ment Name of the faculty
 
Qualification
 
IMR Number
Current Designation & Date of promotion Nature of employment
 
Regular/ permanent or contract/ outsourced
Details of Service in the Last 5 years Number of lectures taken/ year.
 
Topics covered
2017 2018 2019 2020 2021  
Orthopaedics Prof.Dr.Pavalan M.S.Ortho., D.Ortho 
45735
HOD & Professor
 
Regular 2017 to Till Date
Thoothukudi Govt. Medical College
Total 11
  1. Principles of pre-hospital care and casuality management of a trauma victim including principles of triage
  2. Aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, Investigations, and principles of management of shock
  3. Aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, investigations, and principles of management of soft tissue injuries
  4. Principles of management of soft tissue injuries
  5. Aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, investigations, and principles of management of dislocation of major joints, shoulder, knee, hip
  6. Closed reduction of shoulder dislocation/hip dislocation / knee dislocation
  7. Mechanism of injury, clinical features, investigations and plan management of fracture of clavicle
  8. Mechanism of injury, clinical features, investigations and plan management of fractures of proximal humerus
  9. Select prescribe and communicate appropriate medications for relief of joint pain
  10. Mechanism of injury, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of fracture of shaft of humerus and intercondylar fractures humerus with emphasis on neurovasular deficit.
  11. Distinguishing articular from periarticular complaints
 
Prof.Dr.V.A Prabhu M.S Ortho.,
71906
Associate Professor
 
Regular  
Assistant Prof
Madurai Medical college
Till 30.04.2021
 
Associate Prof From
01.05.2021 Thoothukudi Medical College
 
Total 10
  1. Aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, mechanism of injury, investigation & principles of management of fractures of both bones forearm and Galeazzi and Monteggia injury
  2. Aetiopathogenesis, mechanism of injury, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of fractures of distal radius.
  3. Aetiopathogenesis, mechanism of injury, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of pelvic injuries with emphasis on hemodynamic instability.
  4. Aetiopathogenesis, mechanism of injury, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of spine injuries with emphasis on mobilisation of the patient.
  5. Mechanism of injury, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of acetabular fracture.
  6. Aetiopathogenesis, mechanism of injury, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of fractures of proximal femur.
  7. Aetiopathogenesis, mechanism of injury, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of (a)  Fracture patella  (b) Fracture distal femur (c)  Fracture proximal tibia
  8. Special focus on neurovascular injury and compartment syndrome.
  9. Aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of Fracture shaft of femur in all age groups and the recognition and management of fat embolism as a complication.
10.The aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of:
  1. Fracture both bones leg
(b)Calcaneus
(c)Small bones of foot
 
 
Prof.S.Makesh Ram M.S Ortho., D.Ortho.,
 DNB Ortho  
59314
 
Associate Professor
 
Regular                
Assistant Prof
KMC Till 31.01.2020
 
 
 
Associate prof
From 01.02.2020
  to 30.04.2021
KMC
 
Associate Prof From
01.05.2021 to till date Thoothukudi Medical College
 
 
Total 10
  1. Aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of ankle fractures.
 
  1. Plan and interpret the investigations to diagnose complications of fractures like malunion, non-union, infection, compartment syndrome.
  2. Mechanism of injury, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of open fracture with focus on secondary infection prevention and management.
  3. Mechanism of injury, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of Bone and Joint infection
  1. Acute osteomyelitis
  2. Subacute osteomyelitis
  3. Acute suppurative arthritis
  4. Septic arthritis and HIV infection
  5. Spirochaetal  infection
  6. Skeletal tuberculosis
 
  1. Aspiration of joints under supervision
  2. Drainage of abcess ,sequestrectomy/saucerisation and arthrotomy
  3. Clinical features investigations and principals of management of tuberculosis affecting major joints(hip,knee)including cold abcesses and caries spine
  4. Aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of various inflammatory disorder of joints
  5.   Clinical features, investigations and principles of management of degenerative condition of spine (cervical spondylosis,lumbar spondylosis,PID)
  6. Aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of metabolic bone disorders in particular osteoporosis,osteomalacia,rickets,paget’s disease
 
 
Dr.S.Marimuthu M.S. Ortho.,
59537
Associate Professor
 
Regular Assistant Prof
TKMCH
 
Associate prof From 09.03.2018
Till date Thoothukudi Medical College
 
Total 10
  1. Aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, investigations and principles of management a patient with post polio residual paralysis
  2. Aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of cerebral palsy patient
  3. Aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of benign and malignant bone tumors and pathological fractures
  4. Aetiopathogenesis, clinical features, investigations and principles of management of peripheral nerve injuries in diseases like foot drop,wrist drop,claw hand,palsies of radial,ulnar,median,lateral popliteal and sciatic nerves
  5.   Clinical features, investigations and principles of management of congenital and acquired malformations and
  1. Limbs and spine-scoliosis and spina bifida
  2. Congenital dislocation of hip,torticolis,
  3. Congenital talipes equino varus
6.Demonstrating the ability to perform on mannequins/simulated patients in the following
  1. Above elbow plaster
  2. Below knee plaster
  3. Above knee plaster
  4. Thomas splint
  5. Splinting for long bone fractures
  6. Strapping for shoulder and clavicle trauma
 
7. Resuscitation of polytrauma victim by doing all the following
  1. Iv access central –peripheral
  2. Bladder catheterization
  3. Endotracheal intubation
  4. Splintage
8. Counsel patients regarding prognosis in patients with various orthopaedic illnesses like
  1. Fractures with disabilities
  2. Fracture that require prolonged bed stay
  3. Bone tumours
  4. Congenital disabilities
 
9. Counsel patients to obtain consent for various orthopaedic procedures like limb amputation,permenant fixations etc
10. Convince the patient for referral to a higher centre in various orthopaedic illnesses based on the detection of warning signals and need for sophisticated management
 
Dr.N.Kandasamy M.S.,ortho.,
76673
 
Assistant Professor
 
Regular Assistant Prof
TKMCH
 
 
from 19.06.2019 to 13.02.2020  Assistant surgeon GH Ooty
 
 
 
From 14.02.2020 Assist. Prof 
Thoothukudi Medical College
Total 07
  1. Various types of cartilage with its structure and distribution in the body
  2. Various joints with subtypes and examples
  3. Important muscle attachment on the given bone
  4.  Scaphoid fracture and anatomical basis of avascular necrosis
  5.  Shoulder joint –type,articular surfaces,capsules,synovial membranes,ligaments,relations,movements,muscles involved,blood supply,nerve supply and applied anatomy
  6. Anatomical basis of Saturday night paralysis
  7. Anatomical basis of complications of fracture of neck of femur
 
Dr.V.James sundar singh M.S.Ortho., D.Ortho
69675
Assistant Professor
 
Regular From 2017
AP
sivagangai Medical college
From 15.11.2019 AP
 TKMCH
Total 07
  1. Dislocation of hip joint and surgical hip replacement
  2. Knee joint injuries with its applied anatomy
  3. Anatomical basis of osteoarthritis
  4. Anatomical basis of rupture of calcaneal tendon
  5. Anatomical basis of flat foot and club foot
  6. Anatomical basis of metatarsalgia and plantar fasciitis
  7. Anatomical basis of scoliosis,lordosis,prolapsed disc and spina bifida
 
Dr.Prabhu Aloy M.S Ortho
100887
Assistant Professor
 
Regular From 15.05.2017 JR
Tirunelvali Medical college Hospital
 
 
From 15.05.20 to
14.05.2021 SR TVMCH
From 15.05.2021 AP
TKMCH
Total 07
  1. Etiology, pathogenesis and manifestations, radiologic and morphologic features and complications of osteomyelitis
  2. Etiology, pathogenesis and manifestations, radiologic and morphologic features and complications and metastases of bone tumours
  3. Etiology, pathogenesis and manifestations, radiologic and morphologic features and complications and metastases of soft tissue tumours
  4. Etiology, pathogenesis and manifestations, radiologic and morphologic features and complications of pagets disease  of the bone
  5. Etiology ,pathogenesis ,clinical course and laboratory diagnosis of bone and joint infections
  6. Factors influencing infliction of injuries and healing,examination and certification of wounds and wound as a cause of death:primary and secondary
  7. Mechanical injuries and wounds: Different types of weapons including dangerous weapons and their examinations
 
Dr.J.Vijaya soruban M.S.,ortho
91414
Assistant Professor
                      
Regular AP Sree Balaji Medical college
14.07.2016 to
08.10.2017
From 12.12.2017  Assist. Prof
TKMCH
 
Total 07
  1. Firearm injuries : Different types of firearms including structure and components  with description of ammunition propellant charge and mechanism of fire arms,different types of cartridges and bullets and various terminology in relation of firearm-caliber,range ,choking
  2. Wound ballistics different types of firearm injuries ,blast injuries and their interpretation,preservation and dispatch of trace evidences in cases of firearm and blast injuries,various tests related to confirmation of use of firearms
  3. Regional injuries: Regional injuries to head,neck,chest,abdomen,limbs ,genital organs,spinal cord and skeleton
  4. Regional injuries: Injuries related to fall from height and vehicular injuries-primary and secondary impact,secondary injuries ,crush syndrome,railway spine
  5.  Systematic clinical approach to joint pain based on the pathophysiology
  6. Acute subacute and chronic causes of joint pain
  7. Arthralgia from arthritis and mechanical from inflammatory causes of joint pain
 
Dr.P.Rajesh M.S.Ortho
101092
Assistant Professor
                      
Regular From 30.05.2018 JR Madras Medical college Hospital From 01.06.2021 AP
TKMCH
Total 07
  1. Potential causes of joint pain based on the presenting features of joint involvement
  2. Common signs and symptoms of articular and periarticular disease
  3. Systematic examination of all joints, muscles and skin that will establish the diagnosis and severity of disease
  4. Indications for arthrocentesis
  5. Indications and interpretation of  plain radiographs of joints
  6. Medications for relief of joint pain
  7. Aetiopathogenesis ,clinical presentation,identification,functional changes,acute care,stabilization managemet and rehabilitation of degenerative joint  disease
 
Dr.R.T.Aravindahari
D.Ortho
94809
Senior Resident Regular From 09.03.2018 Senior Resident
TKMCH
Total 07
  1. Clinical features,diagnostic workup,diagnosis and management of spinal cord injury
  2. Demonstration of transfer,applications of collar restraints while maintaining airway amd prevention of secondary injury in a model
  3. Demonstration of  a correct neurological examination in a patient with spinal injury and determining the neurological level of injury
  4. Bowel and bladder function and identification of common patterns of bladder dysfunction
  5. Indications of common mobility aids and appliances ,wheel chairs
  6. Common life threatening complications following SCI like deep vein thrombosis,aspiration pneumonia,autonomic dysreflexia
  7. Clinical features,evaluation,diagnosis and management of disability following traumatic brain injury
 
 
 
DR.J.Balakannan D. Ortho.,   59019 Senior Resident Regular From 01.11.2007 Senior Resident TKMCH Total 07
  1. Aetiopathogenesis ,clinical presentation,identification,functional changes,acute care,stabilization managemet and rehabilitation of falls in elderly
  2. Aetiopathogenesis ,clinical presentation,identification,functional changes,acute care,stabilization managemet and rehabilitation of common fractures in elderly and the principles of physical and social rehabilitation,functional assessment,role of physiotherapy and occupational therapy in the management of disability in elderly
  3. Disability,its cause and magnitude,identification and prevention of disability
  4. Methods to identify and prevent disability
  5. Rights and entitlements of differently abled persons
  6. Common patterns,clinical features ,investigations,diagnosis and treatment of common causes of arthritis
  7. Administration of intra articular injection
 
Dr.S.R.Ashok D.Ortho
42327
Senior Resident Regular From 15.07.2016 to 01.01.2018
From 01.11.2019 Senior Resident TKMCH
  1. Assessment of muscle strength and range of movements
  2. Principles of amputation
  3. Principles of early mobilization evaluation of residual limb contralateral limb and the influence of comorbidities
  4. Use of crutches in ambulation and postures to correct contractures and deformities
  5. Correct prosthesis for common amputations
  6. Principles of skin traction,serial casts and surgical treatment including contracture release ,tendon transfer,osteotomies and arthrodesis
  7. Principles of orthosis for ambulation in PPRP
 
                                   
                                                                                                                                                                                               
Depart ment Name of the faculty
 
Qualification
 
IMR Number
Current Designation & Date of promotion Nature of employment
 
Regular/ permanent or contract/ outsourced
Details of Service in the Last 5 years Number of lectures taken/ year.
 
Topics covered
2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
  Dr.David Livingston
142223
Junior Resident
 
- Date of Joining 30.07.2020  
Dr.S.P.Harish
133136
Junior Resident
 
- Date of Joining  07.08.2020  
Dr.Manar moideen
151410
 
Junior Resident
 
- Date of Joining  30.06.2020  
Dr.Naveen
148985
 
Junior Resident
 
- Date of Joining  23.02.2022  
Dr.D.Krishna Moorthy
89693
Junior Resident
 
- Date of Joining 28.03.2022  
Dr.D.Manivelan
150247
Junior Resident
 
-  Date of Joining 28.03.2022  
                   
 

Publications

ANNEXURE -1
Sl.No Faculty Name Publication in Vancouver referencing style Pumbed Indexed Yes/No Scopes
1. Dr.Pavalan Louis, M.S.Ortho., D.Ortho
 
  1. Evaluation of osteoporosis using DEXA scan among low income group women in south India, Indian Journal of Orthopaedics Surgery, April - June  2019; 5(2)
  2. A Radiographic Assessment of 3rd Molar Development in Forensic Identification to Evaluate Age, Gender, Jaws, and symmetry
 
YES  
2. Dr.S.Marimuthu M.S.Ortho.,
 
  1. Ligamentous Reconstruction for Post – traumatic Chronic Instability of Distal Radioulnar Joint – International Journal of Scientific Study , Sep 2017 vol 5 Issue 6 Page no 191-194.
  2. Functional outcome Analysis of Long Bone Fractures and Dislocation with Vascular injury
 
YES  
3. Dr.S.Makesh ram M.S Ortho., D.Ortho.,
 DNB Ortho  
 
  1. Comparative analysis of functional outcome of midshaft clavicular fracture treated by nonoperative method and elastic nailing.
  2. Comparative functional analysis of intertrochanteric fractures femur treated with dynamic hip screw with that of proximal femoral nailing.
  3. Bone tunnel widening following arthroscopic reconstruction of anterior cruciate ligament using hamstring tendon autograft and its functional consequences.
  4. The use of locking plates in proximal humerus fractures- functional outcome based on age and fracture pattern
 
YES  
4. Dr.V.A.Prabhu
M.S Ortho.,
 
  1. Functional outcome of Internal Fixation of Fibula by closed Tens Nailing in Addition to Tibia in distal both bone Leg Fractures
  2. Functional outcome of comminuted Fracture Shaft of Humerus operated by Minimaly invasive Anterior plate Osteosynthesis – A prospective study
 
YES  
 
 
 
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