Extra Curricular Activities

Health check up camp

Health check up camp was organised by department of Orthopaedics surgery  , SGT Medical College & Hospital in the university campus on 16.12.2021 from 9.30 am to 2.30pm .The patients were brought from various nearby villages by the public  relation publicity team of SGT university hospital. These patients were examined by medical specialists from department of Orthopaedics ,SGT university, Budhera . Their general physical check up was done and BP ,Pulse were recorded . They  were subjected to various investigations  including X rays/MRI at subsidised rates as per guidelines of management.. Free transport facility was made available to them from their residence to hospital and back to their residence.

The camp was supervised by :

1.Dr Sansar Chand Sharma -Dean FMHS

  1. Dr Jagbir Malik Professor Community Medicine Cum Nodal Officer
  2. Sh Vijender Singh -administration
  3. Sh Rattan Singh and his PR team did appreciable job to make the camp successful.

Team of specialist s from Orthopaedics deptt./Clinicians who examined patients during camp:

1.Dr Gaurav Arora Asstt Prof Deptt Orthopaedics

2.Dr Priyanjal Jakhar Asstt Prof Deptt Orthopaedics

3.Dr Naveen Taxak Sr resident

4.Dr Mahipal Sidhu Junior Resident

5.Dr Avinash Singh Junior Resident

6.Dhyerj S Dhamelia Post Graduate

7.Dr Kartik Dua Junior Resident

8.Dr Kuldeep Junior Resident

During the camp on 16.12.2021 In all 69 cases reported  for check up from surrounding nearby villages. Out of these 35 had backache,35 had knee problem including osteo arthritis,9 were classified in others category.

Photographic and videography facilities were arranged by mass communication department of the SGT University. Posters were prepared by deptt of Orthopaedics and were displayed during the camp at Ayurveda hospital, SGT University OPD  for the health education /awareness purposes.

NOTE : Most of the patients who reported for health check up during the camp requested that they should be provided free medicines and free investigation facilities be arranged  for them by the organisers. They were assured that their request will be conveyed to management for further guidance in the matter.

                                                                                                                                                 Nodal Officer

                                                                                                                                Cum Professor Comm. Medicine

Hardware and Technique of Biopsies and Drainages

Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, SGT University, Gurugram through its department of Radiodiagnosis and Imaging on 14 December 2021 organised a guest lecture and device demonstration Workshop on “Hardware and Technique of Biopsies and Drainages” by Dr Amar Mukund, Professor(Interventional Radiology), Institute of Liver & Biliary Sciences, New Delhi.

The raison d’être behind the event was providing new learning opportunities in the field to the trainee resident doctors and faculty members.

The event started with the felicitation of the eminent speaker Dr Amar Mukund, followed by the main academic events. The event was immensely informative and enriching for the attendees. The resident doctors participated enthusiastically in the interactive workshop. The attendees were also given hands-on practice of various biopsy devices on phantoms.

Dr Reena Nayyar, Adviser to Management, Dr Shyam Singla, Professor Emeritus, Dr Sansar Chand Sharma, Dean; Dr Rajeev Sen Medical Superintendent; Prof (Brig) Chander Mohan, SM Director Hospital Administration and the Head of Radiodiagnosis Department, Dr JK Das, Additional Medical Superintendent, HoDs, faculty members & postgraduate resident doctors of clinical departments were present among another attendee.

Dr Monu Sarin proposed the vote of thanks and said that continuing medical education with insights into the latest medical advances is the guiding philosophy of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at SGT. The radiology department plans to make such events a regular feature.

Hands on Workshop –Tips and Tricks for Retinal Evaluation-Ophthalmoscopic and Slit lamp Techniques on 13 Dec 2021

Department of Ophthalmology, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences and Optometry, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, SGT University, under the aegis  of SGT Ophthalmological Association and Oculus Academy organised a “Hands on Workshop –Tips and Tricks for Retinal Evaluation-Ophthalmoscopic and Slit lamp Techniques  on 13 Dec 2021”.

 The workshop was aimed at upgrading the skills of Residents, Optometry Students and faculty of Ophthalmology & Optometry in the techniques of Retinal evaluation .Thorough Retinal Evaluation is most essential component of complete workup of an ophthalmic patient.

After a brief inauguration by the Dean-FAHS, Prof Md.Ejaz Hussain Dr.A.K.Khurana,Prof & Head, Dept of Ophthalmology,welcomed the dignatories and guest faculty and highlighted the importance of this workshop.

The Guest Speaker Dr.Rohan ChawlaAdditional Prof,Dr R.P.Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences ,AIIMS,New Delhi, has  20 Years of teaching and clinical  experience.He is Retina Specialist of national repute. He has more than 200 publications in indexed Journals.He has many presentations at national & international forums, as invited Guest Faculty.The workshop begin with a lecture on the various aspects of Evaluation and Management of Retinal Diseases, followed by Hands on Demonstration of all the important and essential Tips and Tricks for used in the evaluation and complete work-up of patients with different types of Retinal Diseases.Both ophthalmoscopic and slit-lamp techniques were demonstrated.

Camp in village Kaliawas

With the threat of COVID-OMICRON looming large over our country, the Department of Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, SGT University organized an awareness camp in village Kaliawas on 13th December 2021. Villagers were educated about the importance of continuing with COVID appropriate behaviour as OMICRON had started spreading in India. Along with this free medical care was also given to the community members. A total of 76 patients attended consisting of mostly old persons, women and children and all high risk patients were referred to SGT Hospital for further confirmation and management.

Feedback on Hands on workshop on Infection Control Practices for prevention of surgery site infections

A hand on training workshop was organised by department of Microbiology on 10th December at 02:00 PM. Workshop was attended by all the faculty members, Post graduate students, infection control nurses, surgery Doctors &PG’s, nursing staff. Number of attendees were 26 The workshop was conducted by Dr Pratibha Kale (MBBS, MD, DNB, MNAMS Microbiology), Professor, Department of Microbiology, Institute of Liver & biliary Sciences (ILBS), New Delhi. Dr. Pratibha Kale has a vast hand on experience of more than 17 years in diagnostics Microbiology and Molecular biology and Hospital infection control. She is NABH assessor & co coordinator of FRCS exam.

The first part of workshop was devoted to explaining the various surgical site infections and infection control practices to prevent it. This was followed by an interactive session on how to track surgery patients for infection, when to collect samples &prophylactic antibiotics.

Overall it was enriching experience for the junior faculty, ICN’s &PG Students.

Hands on Training Workshop on Intrauterine Insemination

The department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, FMHS, SGT University organized a Hands-on workshop on Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) in collaboration with Nova Southend IVF Centre (Gurugram) on 10.12.2021. Dr. Gunjan Sabherwal, a  Senior Consultant from Nova Southend IVF centre, Gurugram conducted the workshop.

Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) is a first line procedure of Artificial Reproductive Technology (ART), used in treatment of Infertility, along with the use of Ovulation induction agents. It is a simple procedure which places healthy washed sperms directly into the uterine cavity, in close proximity with the egg. It is less invasive and much less expensive than In-vitro fertilization (IVF).

IUI facilities are available in SGT Hospital.

The workshop was conducted with an aim to train the young faculty and postgraduate students in the recent technological advances and medico-legal issues surrounding IUI.

The workshop was attended by 50 delegates and was a huge success.

Report of the camp organized on 8th December 2021 at Iqbalpur village Gurgaon

A medical camp was organised  at Village Iqbalpur for diagnosis & treatment of patients and  on  educating the villagers about Omicron the new Covid virus infection and how to improve the immunity by good diet

A total of 83 patients attended along with 24 faculty members from department of Community Medicine and Interns .

The photos show the examination of patients, and  education of villagers  by the MPH students, faculty  and the interns

Hands on Workshop –Tests and Techniques for Evaluation of Strabismus on 06 Dec 2021

Department of Ophthalmology, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences and Optometry, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, SGT University, under the aegis  of SGT Ophthalmological Association and Oculus Academy organised a “Hands on Workshop –Tests  and Techniques for Evaluation of Strabismus on 06 Dec 2021”.

The workshop was aimed at upgrading the skills of Residents, Optometry Students and faculty of Ophthalmology & Optometry in the techniques of evaluation of a case of Squint, Strabismus or the so called squint is a common problem, management of which needs latest up skilling. After a brief inauguration by the Dean-FMHS, Dr. Sansar Chand Sharma and Medical Superintendent, Dr Rajeev Sen, Dr. A.K. Khurana, Prof & Head, Ophthalmology, welcomed the dignitaries and guest faculty and highlighted the importance of this workshop.

The Guest Speaker Dr. P.K. Pandey, is presently prof at ESI Medical College, Faridabad, and is Former Director Prof and Head Squint and Orthoptic Unit, GNEC, MAMC, New Delhi. He has  35 Years of teaching experience. He is past editor of IJSPO & Present Secretary of Strabismus and Pediatrics Ophthalmological Society of India. He delivered lecture on the various aspects  of Evaluation and Management of Squint Cases. Power point presentation was followed by Hands on Demonstration of all the important and essential Tests and Techniques used in the evaluation and complete work-up of patients with different types of Squint.

Prof J.P. Chugh, thanked  the dignitaries, guest speaker and all the participants.

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A hand on training workshop

A hand on training workshop was organised by department of Pathology on 27th November at 09:30 h. Workshop was attended by all the faculty members and Post graduate students. The workshop was conducted by Dr. Monika Gupta, Associate Professor, department of Pathology, PGIMS Rohtak. Dr. Monika Gupta has a vast hands on experience of 7-8 years on running the flowcytometer & diagnosing hematolymphoid malignancies.

The first part of workshop was devoted to explaining the basic principle of flowcytometry including fluidics, optics & electronics. This was followed by an interactive session in which interesting hematolymphoid malignancies work discussed by showing flowcytometry dot plot charts.

Newer applications of flowcytometry were also discussed. Overall it was enriching experience for the junior faculty and PG Students.

Outreach Health Camp organized at Village Basai, Dated 26th November 2021

The theme for the World Diabetes Day 2021 emphasized the need for Early Detection of diabetes cases. Timely action towards screening and diagnosis will indirectly lead to a reduction in out-of-pocket expenditure for the family and reduction of disease burden for the community and to continue with theme of World Diabetes Day 2021, Department of Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, SGT University organizes an outreach camp to screen the elderly people aged 60 years and above for Diabetes and Hypertension and to follow up the ones already diagnosed Urban slums of Basai, Gurugram. The students of MBBS 7th semester and interns participated in the event and a free random blood sugar test and blood pressure measurement was done for approximately 90 patients and high-risk cases referred to Urban Health Centre, Basai for further management.

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