Department of Plastic Suragery
Government Medical College Surat

Burns And Plastic Surgery Goals/Objectives

Goal / Objective:

GOALS

1. To develop into ultramodern, state of the art, department which can:

  • Provide ultramodern health care.
  • Have state of art equipments
  • Have well trained personnel
  • Carry out different research projects
  • Be the best academic centre for U.G. & P. G. students
  • Be the well administered, highly efficient with great academic and research activities

2. To develpo state of the art P.G. course centre in superspeciality of M.ch. Plastic Surgery OBJECTIVES

  • To provide the best of health care facility pertaining to Plastic surgery, to maximum possible number of needy patient population, on Indoor and Outdoor basis
  • To develop into ultramodern, state of the art, department which can
  • Provide ultramodern health care
  • Have state of art equipments
  • Have well trained personnel
  • Carry out different research projects
  • Be the best academic centre for U.G. & P. G. students
  • Be the well administered, highly efficient with great academic and research activities.

3. To start new P.G. course in superspeciality of M.ch. Plastic Surgery.

4. To propagate public health education by bringing health awareness in patient and population in general.

Faculty Members:

NameDesignationQualification
Professor & HOD
Dr. Nisha S. BarotAssociate ProfessorDNB (Gen, Surgery),M.Ch. (Plastic Surgery)

Teaching Facilities

FacilityNumberSizeSitting Capacity
Seminar Rooms1800 Sq. Ft50
Demonstration Rooms1500 Sq. Ft20
Audiovisual aidsAdequate
OHP01
LCD Projector01
Slider Projector01
Computer with multimedia02
Digital Camera01
Laptop Computer01
Internet connection01

Departmental Library: (Having latest advanced books & journals)

  1. Total No. of Books :56
  2. Purchase of latest edition in last 3 years:30
  3. Dissertation:2

In addition department has got computer software, CDs, Education Teaching slides and other Teaching & Learning Materials

Department Museum:

  1. Space:5 X 5 Ft.
  2. No. of Specimens :10
  3. No. of Slides :10
  4. Cases : 35
  5. Spots : 00
  6. Presentation : 25
  7. Teaching Files : 20
  8. Dissertation : 00

Services Provided/ Functions of Department

For Clinical Departments

Academic: Lectures, Practical, seminars, workshops etc.

For Graduation

TaskDaily Teaching Work
LecturesTwice A Week
DemonstrationTwice A Week
PracticalDaily

For Post Graduation

TaskDaily Teaching Work
Number of PG StudentsFour Seats-awaiting MCI inspection
Journal clubOnce A Week
Assigned topicOnce A Week
Clinical case presentationOnce A Week
Discussion on interesting X-rays/ Path. Specimens/Instruments of weekOnce A Week

For Interns

TaskDaily Teaching Work
DemonstrationTwice A Week
ProcedureTwice A Week

Clinical: Different therapies, Procedures, Operations (being performed) etc

Operations being performed in the Department of Plastic Surgery

1. Congenital anomalies

  • Cleft lip
  • Cleft palate
  • Hypospadias
  • Hand anomalies like Syndactyly, Acrosyndactyly etc.
  • Microtia
  • Superficial haemangiomas
  • Dermoid cyst
  • Congenital facial clefts

2.Burns and Post burns sequel:

  • Post burns large raw areas requiring skin grafting or flap procedure for skin coverage
  • Post burns contractures involving limbs, neck, face etc.
  • Post burns scarring and Hypertrophic scarring

3.Reconstructive procedures

  • Reconstructive operations like Delto-pectoral flap, Pectoralis major myocutaneous flap coverage for post ablation defect after cancer surgery or trauma
  • Skin coverage for exposed tendons, muscles, nerves or bones following trauma
  • Primary or secondary repair of tendons after trauma

4.Cosmetic surgery operations

  • Augmentation Rhinoplasty
  • Reduction Rhinoplasty
  • Scar revision
  • Leucoderma/ vitiligo repair by melanocytic cell transfer
  • Post mastectomy Breast reconstruction

5.Maxillo-facial injuries:

  • Fracture mandible
  • Fracture maxilla
  • Fracture zygoma
  • Fracture Nasal bones

6.Miscellaneous:

  • Post Leprosy deformities
  • Finger tip injuries
  • Flap coverage

Research & Publications:

  • Study of 50 cases of Distally Based Sural Artery Island Flap in Lower limb Raw areas.
  • Study of 10 cases of Perforator Based Thenar flap in Finger injuries.
  • Congenital Absence of Penis: A rare congenital Genitourinary defect- A case report with review of literature.
  • Dumbbell penis: A complication following Circumcision- A case report.
  • Use of Homografts and Autografts in extensive Burns patients: A longitudinal study

Key Performance Indicators

For clinical Department:

  • Number of OPD patients per month/year: 250/month and 3000/year
  • Number of indoor patients per month/year: 34/month and 400/year
  • Number of Operations/procedures per month/year: 12-15/month and 150/year
  • Average duration of hospital; stay per patient: 8-10 days