Internal Medicine

Internal Medicine


Description

The idea of starting a Medical College in Thiruvananthapuram took shape in the minds of two conscientious men. Dr.C.O.Karunakaran and Dr.Kesavan Nair. The two men worked relentlessly for months and years, pleading for this cause to all the governments in charge
Finally the foundation stone of our college was laid at 11.45am on 25th January 1950,the day India become republic. The laying of the foundation stone was the first official function of the Maharaja of Travancore, after becoming the ‘Rajapramukh’
The building began to shape and was inaugurated by then the Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, at 8am on Wednesday 27th November 1951. The campus was complete when hospital was also inaugurated in 1954.Right from that day, the college has been steadily scaling new height when all the necessary expansions and additions.

Subspecialties under Internal Medicine
1. Hematology
2. Endocrinology
3. Metabolic Medicine
4. Geriatric medicine
5. Hematology
The department of Internal Medicine is conducting daily OP and has 24-hour casualty services. On Sundays casualty services are being conducted by rotation by the different units.

  1. The department is conducting following specialty clinics


 


 

Clinic

(09:00am-01:00pm)


 

Days


 

Medical Officer in charge


 

Geriatrics

 

Monday to Saturday


 

Dr.Ravikumar Kurup


 

Haematology


 

Monday, Thursday


 

Dr.Ravikumar Kurup


 

Thyroid


 

Monday, Saturday


 

Dr.C.Rajasekharan


 

Diabetes


 

Thursday,Friday


 

Dr.C.Rajasekharan


 

Rheumatology


 

Friday


 

Dr.Ravikumar Kurup


 

Hypertension


 

Tuesday


 

Dr.Ravikumar Kurup


 

Wellness


 

Wednesday


 

Dr.M.K.Suresh


 

Stroke


 

Wednesday


 

Dr.Ravikumar Kurup

DSH &

Envenomation follow up


 

Friday


 

Dr.Selvarajan Chettiar


 

Metabolic


 

Saturday


 

Dr.Ravikumar Kurup

There are 6 wards, 3male wards catering two units, and 3 female wards with 40 beds in each unit (20 male and 20 female)

The department caters to about 600 outpatients daily and there are about 175 admissions per day. More than 50% of the admission in the hospital are in the department of medicine. The usual Medicine casualty attendance come to around 700 patients per day, but it may rise to 1000 patients especially during the fever epidemics, which strike at least thrice yearly.

The department is training House Surgeons (31 at a time).

Undergraduate students

8th semester and 9th semester students (60 students)

6th semester (40 students)

3rd semester (66 students)are posted in the medical ward

Postgraduate students(Junior residents :54 students ).

The department conducts academic activities for house surgeons and postgraduates. To name a few are Clinical clubs, journal clubs, symposium, clinicopathological conferences,medisats ,general clinics and post graduate clinics and mortality meetings which are conducted in the telemedicine room with tele conferencing to general hospital Trivandrum. .
In addition to that, each unit is conducting separate unit symposium every week.

Every day there will be a morning teaching session for the undergraduates, in wards there will be bedside clinics and case discussion daily.

The following is the undergraduate teaching schedule

               Total number of under graduate classes taken by the faculty daily is 22


               The Head of the department is taking daily teaching sessions for the final year post graduate students and weekly teaching                      

               sessions for the 2nd and 1st postgraduate students and undergraduate students.

              Other training programs by faculty of Department of Internal Medicine

Our department is training

1 BDS students,

2 BSc Nursing students

3 MSc Nursing students

4 BSc Optometry students

5 BSC Perfusion technology students

6 M Pharm students and guiding research activities of MSc nursing students.

 

The faculty members are also consultants in Medicine, Hematology, Diabetology and Rheumatology to the Regional cancer centre (RCC), Sreechithra Thirunal Institute of Medical sciences & Technology(SCTIMST) and SreeAvittam Thirunal Hospital(SATH).

Head of the department

 Ravikumar Kurup

Facilities at a glance

At present the department is functioning with 240 beds. There are 6 units in Medicine with
4 Professors
6 Associate professors
10 Assistant professors

 

 

 

 

 

http://tvmmed.com/

Schemes

PG ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES

PG ACADEMICS (2016-17) CLINICAL CLUB

 

DATE

DEPARTMENT/UNIT

TOPICS

8/3/16

M2

1.A CASE OF RENAL DYSFUNCTION- DR SONU

2.A CASE OF HEADACHE-DR MOHD AKMAL

3.AN UNUSUAL CASE OF CARDIOMYOPATHY-DR SIBURAJ

15/3/16

M3

1.A CASE OF IVC THROMBOSIS-DR PARTHIBAN

2.A CASE OF HYPOPITUITARISM-DR AKHIL

3.CLINICAL IMAGE SPOTTER-DR AKHIL KRISHNA

22/3/16

M4

1.UNCOMMON PRESENTATION OF A COMMON DISEASE-DR ARUN PRATHAP

2.ACUTE AORTIC SYNDROME-DR SANITHA

3.UNCOMMON POISONING-DR AKHIL

4.SPOTTER-DR LEKSHMI

29/3/16

M5

1.A CASE OF ICSOL FOR DISCUSSION-DR PARTHIBAN

2.A CASE OF PAH-DR HARIKRISHNAN

3.A CASE OF PLEURAL EFFUSION-DR LAVANYA

4.SPOTTER-DR PRAVEEN

05/04/2016

M6

1.AN UNUSUAL CASE OF RESPIRATORY PARALYSIS-DR GOURI

2.A CASE OF HEMORRHAGIC PLEURAL EFFUSION-DR SOMNATH

3.A CASE OF DELIRIUM-DR NITHIN

 

 

 

12/04/16

NEPHROLOGY

1.A CASE OF POSTPARTUM AKI-DR RAKESH NAIR

2.A CASE OF POST TRANSPLANT INFECTION-DR RENJITH

19/4/16

MEDICAL GASTROENTEROLOGY

1.A CASE OF ABDOMINAL DISTENSION-DR PRASANTH

2.SURVEILANCE IN CLD-DR RAJENDRA

3.IMAGE FOR DISCUSSION-DR GAURAV

4.CASE OF JAUNDICE-DR BINCY

3/5/16

MEDICAL NEUROLOGY

1.A CASE OF ATAXIA-DR LIBY

2.AN INTERESTING CASE OF DEMENTIA-DR NIYAS

3.A CASE OF QUADRIPARESIS-DR SREEDEEPAN

10/5/16

INFECTIOUS DISEASE

1.A CASE OF PULMONARY EMBOLISM

2.A CASE OF HYPOKALEMIC QUADRIPARESIS

3.A CASE OF DRESS SYNDROME

17/5/16

CARDIOLOGY

1.SPOTTER-DR SYAM

2.AN INTERESTING EMERGENCY-DR RITHESH

3.RARE TACHYARRYTHMIA-DR SAURAV

4.PRIMAY PCI IN CARDIOGENIC SHOCK-DR RAJI

5.INTERESTING CORONARY IMAGES-DR NISHANTH

6.SPOTTER-DR RAJI

24/5/16

M1

1.AN UNUSUAL CASE OF HYPOGLYCEMIA-DR GOPI

2.AN INTERESTING CASE OF ANISOSPHYGMIA AND ANISOPIESIS-DR AKHILKRISHNA

3.SPOTTER-DR LEKSHMIPRIYA AND DR AISWARYA

31/5/16

M2

1.A CASE OF RECURRENT METABOLIC ENCEPHALOPATHY-DR NANDU

2.A CASE OF ENDOCRINE ENCEPHALOPATHY-DR LEKSHMI

3.SPOTTER-DR ARUN AND JITHESH

7/6/16

M2

1.A CASE OF SUBCLAVIAN STEAL SYNDROME-DR NEETHU

2.A CASE OF RHABDOMYOLYSIS-DR KIRAN

3.A CASE OF PYOPNEUMOPERICARDIUM-DR AKHILKRISHNA

14/6/16

M3

1.A CASE OF POLYARTHRITIS-DR RAJEEVAN

2.A CASE OF MASSIVE SPLENOMEGALY

3.CT SPOTTER-DR MANU

28/6/16

M4

1.A CASE OF MUSCLE SPASM-DR ARUN PRATHAP

2.A CASE OF BLINDNESS-DR VIJAY

3.SPOTTER CT-DR SAYOOJA

5/7/16

M5

1.A CASE OF POLYARTHRALGIA-DR VISHNU

2.A CASE OF HEART FAILURE-DR VIDHYA

3.SPOTTER CT-DR JITHIN

12/7/16

M6

1.A CASE OF STAPHYLOCOCCAL SEPTISEMIA-DR AKHIL

2.AN UNCOMMON PRESENTATION OF A COMMON DISEASE-DR AMRAM

3.3.AN ATYPICAL PRESENTATION OF DENQUE FEVER-DR ABIN

4.SPOTTER-DR AISWARYA

18/7/16

MEDICAL GASTROENTEROLOGY

1.AN UNUSUAL CASE OF VOMITING

2.AN INTERESTING CASE OF OBSTRUCTIVE JAUNDICE

26/7/16

PSYCHIATRY

1.A CASE OF ORGANIC MOOD DISORDER

2/8/16

NEPHROLOGY

1.A CASE OF SMALL VESSEL VASCULITIS-DR RENJITH

2.VIDEO PRESENTATION-DR HAREESH

9/8/16

CARDIOLOGY

1.A CASE OF MI WITHOUT ATHEROMA-DR SYAM

2.A CASE OF UNUSUAL STRESS-DR ANKUL

3.A CASE OF PULMONARY EMBOLISM-DR NISHANTH

4.A CASE OF CHEST PAIN AFTER CHEMOTHERAPY-DR VINEETH

5.AN INTERESTING CASE OF CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE-DR DILEEP

6.ECHO SPOTTER-DR ANJANA

16/8/16

INFECTIOUS DISEASE

1.A CASE OF MENINGOENCEPHALITIS-DR SARASWATHY

2.A CASE OF CATHETER RELATED BLOOD STREAM INFECTION-DR VIJAY

3.THE BLIND SIDE OF A HISTORICAL MADNESS-DR SREENATH

23/8/16

NEUROLOGY

1.A CASE OF LIMBIC ENCEPHALITIS-DR LIJO

2.A CASE OF UNILATERAL PROPTOSIS-DR ANOOP

3.A CASE OF STATUS EPILEPTICUS-DR REENA

30/6/16

M1

1.A CASE OF MENINGOENCEPHALITIS-DR AKHILKRISHNA

2.A CASE OF PUO-DR AISWARYA

3.A CASE OF ACUTE FULMINANT NEUROLOGICAL DISEASE-DR AMRAM

6/9/16

M2

1.A CASE OF PUO-DR AKHIL KRISHNA

2.A CASE OF RECURRENT DVT-DR KARTHIK

3.SPOTTER-DR ARUN

20/9/16

M3

1.A CASE OF PROPTOSIS-DR NEETHU

2.2 CASES OF ACUTE QUADRIPARESIS-DR KARTHIK

3.SPOTTER-DR HARIKRISHNAN

27/9/16

M4

1. A CASE OF ACUTE QUADRIPARESIS

2. A CASE OF PLEURAL EFFUSION-DR NANDU

3. SPOTTER-DR MANU, DR MATHEW, DR NANDANA

4/10/16

M5

1.AN UNUSUAL COMPLICATION OF SHORT FEBRILE ILLNESS-DR VINOD

2.A CASE OF DYSPHAGIA-DR NANDANA

3.A CASE OF MARKED EOSINOPHILIA-DR ANUVIND

4.A CASE OF DYSPHONIA IN CARDIAC FAILURE-DR RAJEEVAN

18/10/16

M6

1. 2 INTERESTING CASES OF FATIGUE

2.HOARSENESS OF VOICE-A RARE CAUSE-DR SONA

25/10/16

NEPHROLOGY

1.A CASE OF POSTPARTUM AKI- DR ARUN

2.AN INTERESTING CASE OF RHABDOMYOLYSIS- DR ANTO

1/11/16

GASTROENTEROLOGY

1.A CASE OF DRUG INDUCED LIVER INJURY-DR SANDEEP

2.A CASE OF CHRONIC MESENTRIC ISCHEMIA-DR ANIRUDH

3.AN ATYPICAL CASE OF ASCITES-DR GAURAV

8/11/16

NEUROLGY

1.A CASE OF MEMORY LOSS-DR LIBBY

2.A CASE OF SWALLOWING DIFFICULTY-DR EBIN

15/11/16

CARDIOLOGY

1.A CASE OF PROSTHETIC VALVE THROMBOSIS- DR SYAM

2.A CASE OF THROMBUS IN TRANSIT-DR NISHANTH

3.A RARE COMBINATION OF CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE-DR SAURABH

4.A CASE OF PERICARDIAL EFFUSION-DR VEENA

5.ECG SPOTTER-DR VIJAYALEKSHMI

6.A CASE OF HVOO-DR DILEEP

22/11/16

PSYCHIATRY

A CASE OF MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER-DR RATHEESH

29/11/16

INFECTIOUS DISEASE

1. A CASE OF FEBRILE NEUTROPENIA WITH SEPSIS-DR JISHNU

2. RARE INFECTIOUS MIMIC-DR SARASWATHY

3. AUTOANTIBODY INTERFERING IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF PUO-DR NIDHIN

13/12/16

ENDOCRINOLOGY

1.A CASE OF HYPOPHOSPHATEMIA-DR ABHILASH

2.A CASE OF SLIPPED CAPITAL FEMORAL EPIPHYSIS-DR JAYAKUMARI

20/12/16

DERMATOLOGY

1.A CASE OF EXFOLIATIVE DERMATITIS-DE DR VIDHYA

2.A CASE OF SCROFULODERMA-DR NEEMA

27/12/16

RADIOTHERAPY

1.2 CASE OF MULTIPLE MYELOMA-DR AARANI AND DR NOBLE

3/1/17

CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY

ADVERSE DRUG REACTION-DR ANU

10/1/17

M1

1.MITOCHONDRIAL CYTOPATHY-DR SAYOOJA

2.HEPATIC PORPHYRIAS-DR VASU

17/1/17

M2

1.A CASE OF APLA PRESENTING AS HEART DISEASE- DR ANJANA

2.A CASE OF SLE PRESENTING AS CVA-DR SHARIKA

3.A CASE OF WASP BITE-DR JITHIN

24/1/17

M3

1.A CASE OF PUO-DR CHANDHU

2.A CASE OF PANCYTOPENIA-DR KIREN

3.A CASE OF INTUSSEPTION IN CARDIOLOGY-DR ASWIN

31/1/17

M4

1.A CASE OF CONGESTIVE CARDIAC FAILURE-DR MANU

2.AN UNUSUAL CASE OF HEMETEMESIS-DR KARTHIK

3.AN UNUSUAL FINDING IN A CASE OF ANALGESIC OVERDOSE-DR KIREN

7/2/17

M5

1.YOUNG LADY WITH SIGNS OF CCF-DR KRISHNAKUMAR

2.2 CASES OF LEPTOMIMICKERS-DR MATHEW

3.ECH SPOTTER-DR KARTHIK AND DR KIREN

14/2/17

M6

1.A CASE OF YOUNG BOY WITH FACIAL PUFFINESS-DR RAJEEVAN

2.A CASE OF DYSPNEA-DR LEKSHMI

3.A CASE OF PUO-DR ANUVIND

4.SPOTTER-DR JITHIN

21/2/17

RADIOTHERAPY

AN OVERVIEW OF LOW GRADE LYMPHOMA-FOLLICULAR LYMPHOMA

28/2/17

INFECTIOUS DISEASE

1.FILAMENTS IN BRAIN-DR LEKSHMI

2.A RARE CAUSE FOR LUNG CAVITY- DR LEKSHMI

3.GREAT MASQUERADER-DR VIJAY

4.SPINDLES IN GUT-DR APARNA

POST GRADUATE ACADEMICS(MAY 16- 17)-SYMPOSIUM

DATE

TOPIC

PRESENTER

1/6/16

NASH

DR REMITHA

8/6/16

AUTOIMMUNE HEPATITIS

DR JISHNU

15/6/16

CARDIO RENAL SYNDROME

DR ARUN PRATHAP

22/6/16

ENDOCRINE HYPERTENSION

DR DULARIJITH

29/6/16

RENAL TUULAR ACIDOSIS

DR BISMI

12/7/16

HYPERSENSITIVITY PNEUMONITIS

DR LAVANYA

26/7/16

ACUTE PULMONARY EMBOLISM

DR RATHEESH

2/8/16

HEPATITIS B-RECENT GUIDELINES AND MANAGEMENT

DR SARATH

9/8/16

MANAGEMENT OF STROKE

DR VIJAY

23/8/16

PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS

DR SREENATH

30/8/16

OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA

DR VIDHYA

6/9/16

MANAGEMENT OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

DR AMY

13/9/16

COR PULMONALE

DR PRAVEEN

20/9/16

TROPICAL FOOD POISONING

DR JIJUMON

27/9/16

IMMUNODEFICIENCY

DR AISWARYA

4/10/16

SARCOIDOSIS-MANAGEMENT

DR NANDU

11/10/16

EBOLA VIRUS

DR MANU

18/10/16

MARBURG AND FILO VIRUS

DR NIDHIN

25/10/16

WILSON’S DISEASE

DR KRISHNAKUMAR

1/11/16

HEPATITIS C TREATMENT

DR JISHNU

8/11/16

STEM CELL THERAPY

DR KARTHIK

15/11/16

CYSTICERCOSIS

DR PRAVEEN

22/11/16

LYMPHATIC FILARIASIS

DR JITHIN

29/11/16

MANAGEMENT OF RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS

DR LEKSHMI

6/12/16

VASCULITIC SYNDROMES

DR JITHESH

13/12/16

HEMOCHROMATOSIS

DR SREENATH

20/12/16

CARDIOMYOPATHY

DR SAYOOJA

10/1/17

SYPHILIS

DR SARATH

17/1/17

AMOEBIC MENINGOENCEPHALITIS

DR VASU

24/1/17

RABIES

DR KIREN

7/2/17

PRION DISEASES

DR RATHEESH

14/2/17

METABOLOMICS

DR VASU

21/2/17

ASEPTIC MENINGITIS

DR VIJAY

28/2/17

SERONEGATIVE SPONDYLOARTHROPATHIES

DR HARIKRISHNAN

7/3/17

ACUTE RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME

DR SARASWATHY

 

 

 

 

PG ACADEMICS (JOURNAL CLUB) MAY 2016-17

DATE

TOPIC

PRESENTER

CHAIR

5/5/16

SUBCLINICAL HYPOTHYROIDISM AND MORTALITY IN ELDERLY-A RETROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY

DR VIJAY

DR RAJASEHKARAN

12/5/16

ENALAPRIL AND ALISKIREN IN HEART FAILURE

DR SARASWATHY

DR ARUNA

19/5/16

1.CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF SYMPTOMS IN SMOKERS WITH PRESERVED PULMONARY FUNCTION

2.AKI IN ACITES AND CIRRHOSIS

DR RATHEESH

DR C JAYAKUMAR

26/5/16

1.DANAZOL TREATMENT IN TELOMERE DISEASE

2.OBJECTIVELY MEASURED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SYMPTOMS CHANCE IN KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS

DR SARATH

DR AJITH

2/6/16

1.ARTIFICIAL STEM CELL THERAPY IN TYPE 2 DIABETES AT HOME

DR RATHEESH

DR SURESH MK

9/6/16

THERAPEUTIC CLEARANCE OF AMYLOID BY ANTIBODIES TO SERUM AMYLOID P COMPONENT

DR RATHEESH

DR RAJASEHKARAN

16/6/16

HEMOPHILIA-(NEJM ARTICLE)

DR NIDHIN

DR RAJASEKHARAN

23/6/16

NASH TREATMENT WITH PIOGLITAZONE AND VITAMIN E

DR REMITHA

DR ARUNA

30/6/16

JAPI-ORIGINAL ARTICLE

DR PRAVEEN

DR RAJASEKHARAN

14/7/16

NEJM-ORIGINAL ARTICLE

DR NANDU

DR SURESH MK

21/7/16

AJM-ORIGINAL ARTICLE

DR DULARIJITH

DR SHEILA KURIEN

29/7/16

JAPI-ORIGINAL ARTICLE

DR JISHNU

DR RAVIKUMAR KURUP

4/8/16

NEJM-ORIGINAL ARTICLE

DR BISMI

DR RAVIKUMAR KURUP

22/8/16

1.LIRAGLUTIDE AND CARDIAC OUTCOME IN TYPE2 DIABETES

2.DISTINGUISHING STROKE FROM MIMICKERS AT BEDSIDE

DR NANDU

DR RAJASEKHARAN

29/8/16

1.RCT ON MRI GUIDED US THALAMOTOMY IN ESSENTIAL TREMOR

2.PRIMIARY BILIARY CHOLECYSTITIS-EDITORIAL

DR SREENATH

DR ARUNA

5/9/16

1.ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY FOR THE PREVENTION OF HIV-1 TRANSMISSION

2.BALANCING THE EVIDENCE BASE IN CORONARY STENTING

DR ANWIN

DR SURESH MK

26/9/16

OSTEOPOROSIS IN INDIA

DR LAVANYA

DR RAJASEKHARAN

3/10/16

1.ANTIMALARIAL ACTIVITY OF UAF 156 IN FALCIPARUM AND VIVAX MALARIA

2.THE ROLE OF PLETOZ IN HUMAN MECHANOSENSATION

DR AMY

DR RAJASEKHARAN

17/10/16

1.DATA SHARING AT CROSSROADS-HOME TREATMENT OF PULMONARY EMBOLISM IN THE ERA OF NOVEL SANTI COAGULANTS

DR SARATH

DR SELVARAJAN

21/10/16

1.ARDS

2.EARLY INVASIVE AND NONINVASIVE TREATMENT IN NSTEMI

DR JIJUMON

DR RAJASEKHARAN

5/12/16

1.EFFECT OF SHORT TERM VS LONG TERM STORAGE OF BLOOD ON MORTALITY

2.ACUTE PANCREATITIS

DR SARASWATHY

DR SURESH MK

19/12/16

HYPOPITUITARISM-REVIEW ARTICLE

DR REMITHA

DR SRIKANTAN

26/12/16

1.GOUT

2.NEPHRON PROTECTION IN DIABETIC KIDNEY DISEASE

DR LAVANYA

DR SURESH MK

9/1/17

1.HYPERTHYROIDISM –REVIEW ARTICLE

DR LEKSHMI

DR SELVARAJAN

23/1/17

A STUDY ON EXTENSIVE DRUG TUBERCULOSIS IN AFRICA

DR DULARIJITH

DR RAJASEKHARAN

13/2/17

1.RCT ON LONG TERM MAINTAINENCE STEROIDS IN ALD

2.ANTIBIOTICS IN MTB

DR ARUN PRATHAP

DR RAJASEKHARAN

20/2/17

1.TREATMENT OF ALCOHOL USE DISORDER IN ALD

2.NEW HOPE IN OBESITY-BORON INHIBITIS ADIPOGENICITY

DR SREENATH

DR SURESH MK

27/2/17

1.ROLE OF NIACIN IN CURRENT CLINICAL PRACTICE

 

DR ANWIN THOMAS

DR RAJASEKHARAN

6/2/17

1.SECOND GENERATION ANTIDEPRESSANT AND HYPONATREMIC RISK-A POPULATION BASED COHORT STUDY

2.SICKLE CELL DISEASE-A HISTORY OF PROGRESS AND PERIL

DR ANWIN THOMAS

DR REMITHA

DR ARUNA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other activities

The department conducts academic activities for house surgeons and postgraduates. To name a few are Clinical clubs, journal clubs, symposium, clinicopathological conferences,medisats ,general clinics and post graduate clinics  and mortality meetings which are conducted in the telemedicine room with tele conferencing to general hospital Trivandrum.                   .
In addition to that, each unit is conducting separate unit symposium every week.

Every day there will be a morning teaching session for the undergraduates, in wards there will be bedside clinics and case discussion daily.

Other training programmes by faculty of Department of Internal Medicine
Our department is training
1 BDS students,
2 BSc Nursing students
3 MSc Nursing students
4 BSc Optometry students
5 BSC Perfusion technology students
6 M Pharm students and guiding research activities of MSc nursing students.

 

MEDISAT WITH TELECONFERENCING 12noon to 1PM
Every Saturday is the academic feast- medisat where eminent invited speakers from various departments give their expert opinion on a particular topic to enrich the knowledge of the staff and students a like

CLINICAL CLUB WITH TELE CONFERENCING 12:00-01:00PM
Held every Tuesday at 12 noon -1PM the clinical club is organized by each of the six medical units each in turn ,followed by one club for the super specialities .This is a forum where each unit presents rare and difficult to diagnose cases so that the entire department gets to know about these clinical gems. we also have facilities for telemedical conferencing and the club is regularly transmitted to other centres like General hospital, GH Pathanamthitta, GH Ernakulam to get the view of the experts there also .cases are presented by the post-graduates involved in the work up of the patient with expert comments of the unit chief followed by active discussions among staff and students regarding various aspects of the case

CPC(Clinical pathological conference) WITH TELECONFERENCING 01:00PM-02:00PM MONDAY
This is the unique forum conducted by the department of internal medicine where cases worked up in detail in the various medical units are presented in a format similar to the case records of the Massuchussets general hospital .the clinical details are discussed by the post graduate student presenting the case who tries to arrive at his own diagnosis .This is followed by expert comments by the faculty members. The final word is by the consultant who has investigated the patient and the diagnosis is revealed before the audience.
 

Succession list of HOD's

Prof.T.K. Raman1953-58
Prof.C.A. Achuthan Pillai1958-61
Prof.V. Kumara pillai1961-62
Padmasree Prof.K.Narayana Pai1962-72
Prof.K.Parameswaran1972-74
Prof.K.V.Krishnadas1974-82 &1985-1987
Prof.T.D.Gopala Krishna Pillai1982-85
Prof.K.P. Chadrasekhar1987-89
Prof.K.Abhayambika1989-1992
Prof.A.K.Vijayan1992-95
Prof.N .Vijayalekshmi1995-97
Prof.R.V.Jayakumar1997-2000
Prof.Joy Philip2000-03
Prof.Mathew Thomas2003-04
Prof.B.Jayakumar2004-10
Prof.Dalus D2010-15
Prof Jayakumar C2015-16
Prof.Ravikumar Kurup2016

Faculties on this department


Ravikumar Kurup

Professor & Head

C Rajasekharan

Professor

Sheela Kurian

Professor

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(8.00 am - 02.00 pm)
ph: 0471-2528469
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Trivandrum Medical College,              
Medical College PO,
Thiruvananthapuram,
Kerala State. India PIN - 695 011
Phone no : + 91- 471 -2528386
Email id : principal@tmc.kerala.gov.in
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