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Plastic Surgery

Head of the Department: 

Professor Dr.Rup Narayan Bhattacharya

About the Department, Infrastructure and activities: 

 

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery :      

4 seats

3 Recognized

1 permitted

 

 

 

 

 

Total no of beds under Plastic Surgery

70

No of operations per year ( average)

3000 ( approx)

No of OPD attendance in Plastic Surgery per yr

9000 ( approx)

No of Burns patient admission per year

300 ( approx)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Infrastructure of Department of Plastic Surgery:

No of Beds under plastic Surgery Department :

General plastic surgery including cleft -   40

Burns                                                         -20

HDU (Plastic Surgery)                              - 04

Emergency                                                - 10

Total                                                            74           

Man Power

Medical

Category

Qualification

Number of posts

Service available

Consultants

MS, MCh (Plastic Surgery)

4

7 days a week

Post Doctoral Trainee( Residential)

MS, MCh  PDT  (Plastic Surgery)

11

7 days a week

Post Graduate Trainee ( Residential)

MS – PGT ( placed from GS by rotation

2

7 days a week

House surgeon(Junior Residents)

MBBS

4

7 days a week

Internee ( Residential)

MBBS ( by rotation )

2

7 days a week

Total no of Medical personnel  -   23

Non-medical

Sl no

Designation

Number

 

1

OT nurse

14

 

2

Ward Nurse

17

 

3

Critical care technician for ICU, OT and Burns

02

 

4

Group D

24

 

5

Attendants for Burns and other works including dresser

12

 

6

Clerical staff

01

 

7

Total

70

 

Bed strength & Statistics

Total no of beds under Plastic Surgery

70

No of operations per year ( average)

3000 ( approx)

No of OPD attendance in Plastic Surgery per yr

9000 ( approx)

No of Burns patient admission per year

120-130  ( approx)

Operation Theater

3 theatres – 5 tables      for planned Operations

Trauma unit – 1 table   for Emergency cases

OT

Location

No of tables

Anesthesia workstation , Led lights ( OT light) , Fibreoptic intubation facility for difficult intubation, Defibrillator, Ultra modern sterilization system.

Recovery area.

OT No I

7th floor

2

OT no II

1st floor

2

OT III

1st floor

1

Burns ward

Has separate Ward, OT, ICU.

Bed

Male bed

Female bed

08

12

ICU

Bed

04

OT

Separate operation theatre

01

Departmental set up

Faculty room, Meeting room, Seminar / class room (capacity 40), Departmental auditorium (100 capacity) , PDT Duty room ( AC) with attached bath , Library . The whole area is air-conditioned.

OPD

Designated Plastic Surgery OPD, 8 rooms, dressing room, teaching corner, Registration room. The whole area is air-conditioned.

CLINICAL ACTIVITY of the Department 

Special Clinic/ Units / Programs –  Cleft Clinic, Hand Clinic , Leprosy Surgery Clinic   - once monthly.

 

1.Upgraded Burns Unit  :

The department has got approval from the Department of Health & FW to open a Burn Unit with  HDU ,  Operation Theater and a Laboratory.   The Unit is situated in the 1st floor of casualty building.  It is  a 20 bedded ward, with HDU & separate OT facility. 

2.Leprosy Reconstructive  Surgery Unit –  It is Nodal centre of Leprosy Reconstructive Surgery in  the state.    

Different types of tendon transfer for nerve palsies are performed .

3.Cleft lip & Palate care Unit

A cleft lip and palate care unit has been established for the purpose of providing a complete treatment   including orthodontics , surgery, speech therapy, counseling under one roof and  involving many  departments and multiple institutes. This department is the nodal centre of Cleft care service catering 4 districts of the state with an      annual attendance of about 150 cleft cases per year.

4.Hand and Trauma Reconstruction Surgery  Unit

Various types of  Hand injuries including  Replantation are performed by PDTs.

5.District Leprosy  Reconstructive Surgical Service

The department is providing this service since 2005 and presently covering 8 districts of West Bengal. The faculty of this department with PDTs travel  to the districts, and perform Reconstructive surgery in the  district and sudivisional hospitals. This program is supported by   State and Central Government , Leprosy Delhi, and WHO.       

Operative statistics ( Average)

 

Types of cases

Avarege number per year

1

Cleft cases

120 -130

2

Neuroparalytic cases  ( nerve transfers, tendon transfers , Muscle transfers )

200

3

Head neck onco surgery reconstruction)

25 – 30

4

Maxillofacial Surgery

30 – 35

5

Hand surgery

60 – 70

6

Pediatric Plastic Surgery

40 – 60

7

Cosmetic Surgery

35 – 40

8

Others

900 - 1100

9

Minor cases

Many

 

Types  of operations performed:

Upper limb:

- Nerve Injury, Brachial plexus injury ,  Cut tendon injures – repair

- Tendon transfers for radial/ median/ ulner neuropathy ,

- Post burn contractures – release & STSG, Flap Coverage, Syndactyle / Polydactyle

- Malunited/ Fracture Metacarpal & Phalanges – ORIF with miniscrew& plates. - Vascular malformation,  Carpal tunnel Syndrome

 

Lower limb:

-  Burn  and post traumatic wound coverage  ,

-  Different types of tendon transfers

-  Correction of  different congenital abnormalities ,  Amputation.

-  Coverage of foot ulcers in diabetes / leprosy .

Trunk

- Coverage of pressure sore / Radiation ulcers, Surgery on breast.,  Coverage of sterna defect, Repair of  incisional hernia.

Head neck           

Reconstruction of ear , Nose, eye lids, Lips / Oro pharyngeal malignancy  ( different flaps )

Oncosurgery

Head Neck Malignancy  -   Reconstruction

Maxilloficial     

Correction of malocclusion of teeth class II, class III, Lefort osteotomies,  Augmentation Genioplasty /  TM joint ankylosis .   Fracture of maxilla / Mandible /         Zygoma      - ORIF   ,   Orthognathic Surgeries.

General 

Skin grafting in post traumatic / post burn ulcer

Cosmetic Surgery 

-Rhinoplasty, Breast surgery, Liposuction , Face lift, Blepheroplasty , hair transplant

Cranio - facial cleft 

Cleft lip, Cleft palate, primary and secondary correction, rare craniofacial cleft.

Burns and Burns Reconstructive Surgery.

Surgery on nerve :          

Brachial Plexus injuries, Nerve transfers , Muscle transfers.

Microvascular Surgery : All types

Burns surgery : Early and late surgery, skin grafting, all types of reconstructive surgeries of Burn cases.

 

Teaching schedule & Infrastructure

Academic schedule

1

Bed side teaching / Ward round

Daily  

2

Case presentation  ( Long case / Short case)

Tuesday

3

Class

Tuesday

4

OPD teaching

Wednesday / Friday

5

Seminar

1st  / 3rd  Wednesday

6

Operative / Instruments / splints / specimen / Radiographs

2nd / 4th Wednesday

7

Journal club

1st  Friday

8

Departmental Board for Problem cases

Every Tuesday

9

Multidisciplinary Board

As and when required

11

Flap dissection

On Availability of fresh cadavers

12

Dry  Laboratory with operating Microscope.

Facility available

Examination

 

Yearly test

Once a year

 

Test examination

2 months before MCh final

Academic equipment / Tools

 

Academic Tools

Number

1

Projector /  Screen/ TV monitor

2 each

2

Computers Desktop / Computer Laptop

2 + 1

3

Audio system

1

4

Internet facility with Wi Fi

Whole department

5

Instruments /  Specimens  / Bones for Osteology /Radiographs/ CT / MRI

Adequate

 

Study materials

1

Journals

6

2

e  Journals ( with latest issues)

23

3

Books

350 + titles

4

 e Books

400 + titles

5

Department is connected to ERMED and other Links.

 

6

Departmental Museum

Specimens, Radiographs, Instruments,  splints, Osteology

List of  Equipments and Instruments

Sl.  No

Name of Equipment

 

1

Operating Microscope - 2

 

2

Skin grafting Handle 36

 

3

Mesh  dermatome  - 2

 

4

Hand Surgery  Instrument Set - 2

 

5

Electric dermatome with chord -2

 

6

Electric dermatome  - Chordless 1

 

7

Rhinoplasty instrument Set

 

8

Magnifying Binocular Loupe - Heinse & Zeise - 5

 

9

Maxillofacial Instrument set - 2

 

10

Microvascular Instrument Set - S&T / RADA/ Others  ( 8)

 

11

Vascular Portable Doppler ( 2)

 

12

Head Light ( with Fiber optic Cable) – (1)

 

13

Electronic Tourniquet (5)

 

14

Electric drill with power Console, sagittal and Oscillatiing saw, K wire driver, Micromotor (Stryker, USA)

 

15

Electric Micromotor with drill

 

16

Electric Drill – Pistol type

 

17

Electric Bipolar Diathermy And vessel Sealing System (5)

 

18

Fiber optic Bronchoscope Olympus   Adult/ pediatric

 

19

Liposuction set with canulae

 

20

Nerve locator / stimulator - 3

 

21

K Wire instrumentation Set

 

22

Cleft palate Instrument Set (5)

 

23

Tendon Transfer set

 

24

Hair transplant set ( FUE)/ FUG

 

25

Laser machine – IPL   / Nd YAG

 

26

Laser machine – Nd YAG

 

27

Vac Machine – (5)

 

28

Ventillator / Defibrillator/ Multipara monitor

 

 




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