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Past working Address     :

SENIOR CONSULTANT O&G,
MIS EXPERT & Trainer
OGSM MIS COORDINATOR (MELAKA),MALAYSIA
.SERVICE EXPERIENCE AS A  DOCTOR —-    35YEARS
.EXPERIENCE AS   O&G  CONSULTANT —-   >28YEARS         
.TEACHING  EXPERIENCE (UNDER & POST GRADUATES)-18yrs
.EXPERT IN ADVANCED   0&G  ULTRASONOGRAPHY (DOPPLER    STUDIES)

  • EXPERT IN  MIS (MINIMUM INVASIVE SURGERY) ESPECIALLYPELVIC LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY  (ACCREDITED BY      Ministry of  Health Malaysia,Oct’2007 –‘’MIS EXPERT & TRAINER’)
  • OPERATIVE OFFICE HYSTEROSCOPY
  • OFFICE COLPOSCOPY

.EXPERT IN VAGINAL SURGERY   FOR   UNDESCENDED- -UTERINE PATHOLOGY (NDVH) without sutures, staples or clips

.AWARDED CEMERLAN (BEST SERVICE DOCTOR),- 2007 MOH, Melaka state ,MELAKA,MALAYSIA

.ADVANCED  MIS  TRAINING AT  UKT  TUBINGEN, GERMANY-OCTOBER,2011
.Fellowship  advanced  Office  Hysteroscopy, Bari,    ITALY, April’ 2012
Fellowship in Nutrition & alternative Environment Medicine,Kochi,Kerala(affiliated to Australiia)
WORKSHOPS CONDUCTED::
Women– BONE &JOINT SELECTIVE TOPIC PRESENTED AT Puriayurvedic college6TH aUGUST 2016
Chairing Practical Obstetrics PPH Workshop at YUVA FOGSI EASTERN ZONE 5TH September’2014-YUVA FOGSI WORKSHOP AT BHUBNESWAR-ODISHA,INDIA—
CCICP 2014 ,UNDER FOGSI, HITECH MEDICAL COLLEGE, BHUBAESWAR,ODISHA,INDIA
CONTRACEPTION COURSES UNDER PHFI- FOGSI—Bhubaneswar,odisha,india–
Conducted Laparoscopic Workshop:
 at
1.Tata Refractory Hospital,Belpahad,Sundargarha,Odisha.
2.RIMS,Ranchi,Jharkhand
3.MELAKA GENERAL HOSPITAL, MELAKA,MALAYSIA
MIRENA (IUCD) WORKSHOP AT VSSMEDICAL COLLEGE, BURLA,ODISHA,INDIA-2011
ADVANCED ULTRASOUND WORKSHOP AT MELAKA GENERAL HOSPITAL, MELAKA, MALAYSAIA.
WORKSHOP ON OFFICE COLPOSCOPY AT MELAKA MANIPAL MEDICAL COLLEGE, MELAKA,Malaysia
Honourary  MIS talk  at Tubingen,Germany & Rome, Italy
Awarded prizes for innovative Laparoscopic surgeries at Malaysia & Singapore
FELICITATIONS FROM—
ANANYA INTERNATIONAL
MOTHER TERESA AWARD
HITECHMEDICAL COLLEGE
MAMATA FOUNDATION INTERNATIONAL,BHUBANESWAR,ODISHA,INDIA

  • INERNATIONAL+ NATIONAL- PUBLICATIONS_::

GJRA,VOL-07-ISSUE-1-JANUARY 2018,ISUUE NO-2277-8160—–
“OUTCOME OF GDM WITH WEIGHT LOSS”
IJSR DEC 2017,10.15373/2277-8179
“PREVALENCE OF GESTATIONAL DIABETES –
Vol-6,issue -12/dec 2017-issue no—2217-8179”

  • PUBMED—ISPUB- Publication ‘2012

NDVH(Non descent vaginal Hysterectomy without application of clamps,clips,staples ,sutures using Erbee open programmed vessel sealer with minimal blood loss  –An alternative safe consumer friendly innovative  cost effective Technique—
-IJST JOURNAL -VOL-1  ISSUE-VI-December-2013
FALLOPIAN TUBE LEOMAYOMA –A RARE CLINICAL ENTITY—JEMDS–JOURNAL OF EVOLUTION of Medical &DENTAL  sciences 2014,vol-3,issue 66,December 01
Pg 13818—13820
Presented papers:  53 papers(national +International)
fewnoted__Presentations:::
High dose iv Ascorbic acid therapy for fulminant septicemia with multiorgan failure—an innovative novel technique—INMA-KOCHI-KERALA-20TH APRIL-2018
EBOO Therapy & local Ozone for Leukoplakia oral cavity—an alternative way to think—INMA –KOCHI-KERALA 21ST April-2018
Chairing feto maternal debate session-AICOG CONGRESS AT Bhubaneswar, Sum Hospital, January-2018
COGI, SINGAPORE, 20TH JULY’2012)
Huge ulcerated vaginal leomayoma misdiagnosed as procidentia—a clinical lesson—
at cogi,Singapore
One video on LLaparoscopic hysterectomy with very minimal blood loss using Erbe programmed vessel seal
2 videos  on Laparoscopic surgery presented at
:AICOG,GUWAHATI, ASSAM ,INDIA- 16TH-22ND January’2010—
2  PAPERS ON VALH & NDVH
:FIGO, October 4-9th,2009-CapeTown,South Africa-
two papers on laparoscopy including one video
;SICOG,Singapore,-Aug’2009 -1 paper(video on laparoscopy)
:AOCOG/AOFOG March’2009 Auckland,Newzeland—2 papers
:AAGL, WASHINGTON DC, 2007-one Paper
:FIGO’2006, Kuala Lumpur – 3 papers
Rest presentations  at  MALAYSIA & INDIA

Present workingaddress:

Prof& HOD
MIS & REPRODUCTIVE UNIT
HITECH MEDICAL COLLEGE & HOSPITAL,
Health Park,Pandara,BHUBANESWAR,ODISHA
751025
Professional Education and Qualifications

English Language Assessment:

  • OET (Occupational English Test) .RS06/652- A, B, B, B.

EDUCATION:
FELLOWSHIP IN NUTRITION AND  ENVIRONMENT MEDICINE ,KOCHI KERALA  ,INDIA—20thApril-2018
. FELLOWSHIP:  ADVANCEDOFFICE HYSTEROSCOPY,(BIOH),  BARI UNIVERSITY,ITALY-3rd MAY’2012
FELLOWSHIP IN NUTRITION AND  ENVIRONMENT MEDICINE ,KOCHI KERALA  ,INDIA—20thApril-2018
. FELLOWSHIP:  ADVANCEDOFFICE HYSTEROSCOPY,(BIOH),  BARI UNIVERSITY,ITALY-3rd MAY’2012

  • FELLOWSHIP:: FICMCH (ICMCH) ,Kolkata, INDIA – 20th January’ 1998.
  • ICDS(Integrated Children Development Scheme) , affiliated to WHO : MKCG Medical college, Orissa , India – 4th June’ 1996
  • Laparoscope Training – SCB Medical college, Cuttack, Orissa, India – 17th September’ 1991
  • Master’s Degree :(M.D) Obstetrics &Gynaecology

M.K.C.G.MEDICAL COLLEGE, Berhampur University, Orissa India — 1990 (25/01/1990).

  • Resident Surgeon: CMC (Christian Medical College) VELLORE, Katpadi, Tamil Nadu, India — 1980-1981.
  • Compulsory Rotating Housemanship: 12 months (15.1019.79 –  14/10/1980

.MBBS Degree : SCB Medical College, Cuttack, Utkal University, Orissa, India   1974  —1979     (14/10/79)

  • Pre professional:Utkal University, Orissa, India 1973, 1st Class.
  • Matriculation : K.C High School, Nilgiri, Orissa, India –

1971, 1st Division.

HOUSEMANSHIP:

Discipline Place Period
Medicine SCB Medical College, Hospital Cuttack, Orissa    India 15.10.79 – 14.01.80
Surgery SCB Medical College, Hospital Cuttack, Orissa    India 15.01.80 – 14.04.80

 

Obstetrics &Gynaecology SCB Medical College, Hospital Cuttack, Orissa    India 15.04 .80 – 14.07.80
Rural Health Center (SPM) SCB Medical College, Hospital Cuttack, Orissa    India 15.07.80 –  14.10.80

Post Graduate Qualification:

Description Date of Award
Master Degree O&G (MD), MKCG Medical, College, Berhampur, Orissa, India 22.02.90
Laparoscope Training, SCB Medical College,  Cuttack, Orissa, India 17.09.91
ICDS (Integrated Children Development  Scheme, Govt. of India) 04.06.96
Fellowship, FICMCH ,ICMCH,Kolkata, India 20.01.98
Accredited Laparoscopic &Hysteroscopic Expert (Ministry of Health, MALAYSIA)
 ADVANCED MIS  TRAINING, TUBINGEN,
GERMANY
Fellowship,BIOH,Bari University,ITALY
Fellowship in Nutrition &Environment medicine, Kochi-Kerala
OCT’2007

OCT’2011
May’2012April-2018

Medical Registration:

Full Registration Registration No. / Date
OCMR (Orissa Council Of Medical Registration), Orissa, India 7797/15.10.80
TCMR(Tamil Nadu Medical Council,) Tamil Nadu, India 34549/24.03.81
MMC( Malaysia Medical Council) 34526/27.02.97
OGSM (Obstetric &Gynaecological Society of Malaysia) 1998 onwards
MMS (Malaysian Menopausal Society) 1998 onwards
AAGL(American Association of GynaecologyLaparoscopists ) 2007 onwards
SICOG, Singapore 2007 onwards
Bhubaneswar association of Gynaecologist,Odisha,INDIA(BOGS& FOGSI) 2010 onwards
BIOH, BARI, ITALY 2012
LiFE MEMBER OZONE SOCIETY OF INDIA 2017 onwards
LIFEMEMBER,INMA,KOCHI,KERALA(SAUKHIYA FOUNDATION) 2017

SERVICE PARTICULARS:

POST Dates
Prof &Hoad MIS & ART (TEST TUBE BABY)UNIT, O&G Dept ,HITECH MEDICAL COLLEGE POST GRADUATE INSTITUTE,BHUBANESWAR,ODISHA,INDIA Nov-2010
Consultant & MIS TRAINER O&G,HospitalMelaka,Malaysia May 2004-0ct 2011
PEGAWAI CEMERLANG,HOSPITAL,MELAKA,TAHUN 2007(BEST OFFICER,MELAKA STATE’2007 2007
ACCREDITED MIS(Minimum Invasive Surgeon), Expert,Ministry of Health, Malaysia Oct’2007 onwards
Regional MIS Trainer &Coordinator,MELAKAState,MOH Malaysia(OGSM MELAKA) 2007 onwards
SpecialistO&G,&HOD,SIBU
HOSPITAL,SARAWAK,MALAYSIA
1998 Jan-2004 SEPT
Specialist O&G,Kuching General
Hospital,Kuching,SARAWAK,MALAYSIA
1997FEB—DEC1997
As specialist O&G, Ministry of Health, Orissa, India May’ 1991-Feb1997

Professional Membership:

    1. MMC (MALAYSIA MEDICAL COUNCIL)—34526\1997 MALAYSIA
    2. MMA (MALAYSIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION)
    3. OGSM (Obstetric &Gynaecology Society of Malaysia)
    4. MMS (MALAYSIAN MENOPAUSAL SOCIETY)
    5. AAGL (AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF GYNAECOLOGY LAPAROSOPIST)
    6. AICOG (All India Congress of Obstetrician &Gynaecologist)
    7. ICMCH (Indian College of Maternal & Child Health India)
    8. OSOG (Orissa Society of Obstetrician &Gynaecologist, Orissa, India)
    9. Bhubaneswar Society of Obstetrics&Gynaecology
10.AAGL (American Association of GynaecologyLaparoscopists ) 2007 onwards
11.SICOG, Singapore 2007 onwards
12.Bhubaneswar association of Gynaecologist,Odisha,INDIA 2010 onwards
13.BIOH, BARI, ITALY 2012
14.LIFE MEMBER,OZONE SOCIETY OF INDIA 2017
15. LIFE MEMBER INMA,KOCHI,KERALA UNDER SAUKHIA FOUNDATION 2017

Training:
Training includes regular participation in:

  • Workshops
  • Congresses
  • Conferences
  • Chairing sessions

Organized courses at National & International Levels:
.Advancedcolposcopic workshop-May2009,MMMCollege in conjunction with OGSM-52Participants
.ADVANCED  LAPAROSCOPIC WORKSHOP ON MYOMA OF UTERUS, HOSPITAL MELAKA,17-18TH APRIL,2009 ORGANISED IN CONJUNCTION WITH OGSM, MALAYSIA & MMMC,MELAKA,
GUEST : DR RAKESH SINHA, BEAMS,MUMBAI,INDIA, GUINNIS BOOK & LIMCA BOOK OF WORLD RECORD2007., 48 PARTICIPANTS,
.ADVANCED LAPAROSCOPIC WORKSHOP ON WERTHEIM’S HYSTERECTOMY& PELVIC LYMPH NODE DISSECTION,,MELAKA HOSPITAL,MEALKA-12-13TH DEC’2008 ORGANISED IN CONJUNCTION WITH OGSM, MALAYSIA & MMMC,MELAKA, with
Guest:  Prof. Nam. SEOUL, Korea,Chairman AOFOG—45 participants
Vital Statistic workshop, Melaka  organised in conjunction with MMMCollege,Melaka—2005 sep.
CONFERENCES  ATTENDED:
The following major conferences/CONGRESS/WORKSHOPS  have been attended:
Annual international congress on nutrion& allied medicine at kochi,kerala-aPRIL2018Training on nutrition & environmental medicine at kochi,kerala–2017
OZONE THERAPY CORSES AT NEW DELHI-2017
ANNUAL CONGRESS SAUKHIYA FOUNDATION *INMA KOCHI-KERALA-APRIL-2017
District level orientation workers on GENDER,SOCIAL INCLUSION &RESPECTFUL CARE IN FAMILY PLANNINGON 31/08/2017 AT CDMO OFFICE,KHURDHA,ODISHA
ART COURSES AT INFFERTILITY CENTRE BRCHAKRAVARTY RESEARCH TRAINING INSTITUTE AT KOLKATA
Chairing PCOS Debate at AICOG Congress at Agra,India
COLPOSCOPIC ADVANCED WORKSHOP AT CRK CANCER INSTITUTE,KOLKATA-
Mirena workshop trainer at VSSMedicalcollege,Burla under FOGSI-2012
COGI,SINGAPORE,JULY’2012
35TH AICOG,GUWAHATI,ASSAM,INDIA,16TH—22ND JAN’2010
FIGO,CAPETOWN,SOUTH AFRICA,4TH—9TH OCTOBER’2009
SICOG, SINGAPORE-26TH-29TH August’2009
17TH OGSM ANNUAL CONGRESS, SABAH,KOTAKINABALU- 4TH-7TH JUNE2009
1ST National Reproductive Congress KLCC, 24TH-26TH April’2009
Laparoscopic workshop on reproductive surgery ,Selayang 23rd april’2009
ADVANCED  LAPAROSCOPIC WORKSHOP ON MYOMA OF UTERUS, HOSPITAL MELAKA,17-18TH APRIL,2009 ORGANISED IN CONJUNCTION WITH OGSM, MALAYSIA & MMMC,MELAKA
AOFOG/AOCOG CONGRESS AUCKLAND,NEWZELAND,26-30TH MARCH2009
ADVANCED LAPAROSCOPIC WORKSHOP ON WERTHEIM’S HYSTERECTOMY& PELVIC LYMPH NODE DISSECTION,,MELAKA HOSPITAL,MEALKA-12-13TH DEC’2008
.InternationalMirena Workshop,Hongkong-15th-16th June 2008
.OGSM Congress Genting Highland, Kualalumpur-5th-8th June 2008
.PreCongress Advanced Laparoscopic workshop, SelayangHospital,Malaysia-4th& 5th June 2008
-Advanced ultrasonography -skeletal system-workshop, KLGH, KUALALUMPUR, MAY2008
.Regional MIS Workshop at Sungaipetani Hospital,   May’2008
.AAGL (American Association of GynaecologicalLaparoscopist): 36th Global Congress on MIGS, Washington D.C., USA – 12th to 17th November’ 2007.

  • OGSM CONGRESS, KUALALUMPUR, Malaysia – 2ND to 4TH June’2007
  • Pre-OGSM ADVANCED ENDOSCOPY WORKSHOP, SELAYANG – 31st May to 1st June’ 2007
  • FIGO 2006 , KLCC, KUALA LUMPUR – 5TH to 10TH NOV’ 2006
  • PRE FIGO-ENDOSCOPY WORKSHOP, SELAYANG, Malaysia – 3RD to 4TH NOV’ 2006
  • WOMEN’S HEALTH -AN UPDATE, MELAKA,  Malaysia  –MAY’2006,
  • Statistic in medical practice, MMC,MELAKA, Malaysia – APRIL 2006
  • Seminar OT(Operation Theatre),  Melaka Hospital ,  Melaka, Malaysia –  7th to 8th July’ 2005
  • Radiology : Back To Basics , Melaka Hospital, Melaka Malaysia26th June’ 2005
  • WORKSHOP FOR   URINARY INCONTINENCE, JOHOR BAHRU, MalaysiaJan’ 2005
  • Medico legal workshop, Bangi, Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaJune’ 2004
  • QAP Workshop, Sibu , Sarawak, Malaysia6th  to 9th  Oct’2003
  • Workshop , IUI, Kuala Lumpur General Hospital – 27th to 28th  Sept’ 2003
  • Conference OGSM, Kota  Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia – 24th  to 26th  May’ 2003
  • Advanced Laparoscopy    Courses,   Selayang, Malaysia – 16th to 18th March’ 2003
  • OGSM Conference, Genting Highland, Malaysia – 29th May’ 2002 to 2nd June’ 2002
  • Perinatology  Conference, Genting  Highland, Malaysia – Feb’

2002

  • AICOG Conference, Bhubaneswar,   Orissa,   India5th  to 9th Jan’ 2002
  • OGSM Conference, Kuantan, Malaysia – 31st May’ 2001 to 3rd June’ 2001
  • 3rd Malaysian Congress on Menopause, Subang Jaya Malaysia – 13th –   15th April’ 2001
  • Perinatal Society ofMalaysia, Johor Bahru, Malaysia – 22nd to 25th February’ 2001
  • AICOG- All India Congress of  O&G –  Ahmadabad, India27th  to 30th December’ 2000
  • Advanced Course in Laparoscopy, Melaka, Malaysia26th to 27th September’ 2000
  • AOCOG’ 2000 – XVIITH Asian & Oceanic Congress of O&G, Singapore9th to 14th July’ 2000
  • 10thMalaysian Congress  of  O&G, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 1st  to  4th July’ 2000
  • O&G Consultants’  Conference, Seremban, Malaysia  – 26th  to 28th November’ 1999
  • Current Trends in Incontinence& Bladder Dysfunction, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia –16th to 18th July’ 1999
  • Refresher Course in Infectious Disease, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia 10th to 11th Oct’ 1998
  • AOCOG, XVITH Asian & Oceanic Congress of O&G, Kuala Lumpur – 14th  to 19th June’ 1998

Work History:

Period Position held Employer Place of work
16.09.04 – till date CONSULTANT Obstetrics &Gynaecology& MIS EXPERT Ministry of Health, Malaysia Melaka Hospital. Melaka, Malaysia
01.01.98 – 15.09.04 HOD & Consultant Obstetrics &Gynaecology Ministry of Health, Malaysia Sibu Hospital,  Sibu, Sarawak,           MALAYSIA
27.02.97 – 31.12.97 Consultant, Obstetrics &Gynaecology Ministry of Health, Malaysia SGH, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia
04.06.96 – 11.06.96 ICDS Training (Integrated Child Development Scheme) MKCG Medical College Berhampur, Orissa, India
06.06.94 – 24.02.97 Specialist Obstetrics &Gynaecology PPC & Sub-Divisional Hospital Bhanjanagar, Orissa , India
09.10.91 – 02.06.94 Specialist Obstetrics &Gynaecology Community Health Centre Bellaguntha, Orissa, India
10.07.91 – 8.10.91 Basic Laparoscope Training SCB Medical College Cuttack, Orissa India
08.06.90 – 30.09.91 Specialist, Obstetrics &Gynaecology

 

Ministry of Health, Orissa, India PPC Chitrada, Orissa,

India

23.03.90 – 31.05.90 General Assistant Surgeon Ministry of Health, Orissa, India PHC Remuna, Orissa , India
26.01.90 – 21.03.90 General Assistant Surgeon Ministry of Health, Orissa, India Capital Hospital, Bhubaneswar, Orissa, India
18.04.88 – 25.01.90 Master Study (O&G) MKCG Medical College Berhampur, Orissa, India
16.04.86 – 17.04.88 Post Graduate Resident(Anaesthesia and Surgery) : including Elective Posting MKCG Medical College Berhampur, Orissa, India SHC Sanitota, Orissa, India
30.07.82 – 15.04.86 General Assistant Surgeon Ministry of Health, Orissa ,India SHC Sanitota, Orissa, India
31.08.81 – 29.07.82 General Assistant Surgeon Ministry of Health, Orissa ,India PHC Kalimela, Orissa, India
01.81 – 08.81 Internship Surgery Christian Medical College Vellore, Katpadi, Tamil Nadu, India
15.10.79-14.10.80 Rotating Housemanship SCB Medical College Cuttack, Orissa, India

Research and Teaching:

Academic positions:

  • TEACHING EXPERIENCE :
POST INSTITUTION AFFILIATED ORGANISATION DURATION
Teacher, Trainer  &,Supervisor of House Officers, Medical Officers & Master Program students
ACCREDITATIONCCommittee Member
SGH  Kuching,  Sibu&  Melaka Hospital
MIS(minimum invasive surgery)
Ministry of Health ,Malaysia
MOH,MALAYSIA
from 1997 Onwards.

From 2004 onwards

Lecturer & Examiner
Lecturer & Examiner
UNIMAS(University Medical College,Sarawak,Kuching,MALAYSIA
MMC (Melaka-Manipal Medical College),Melaka,
Ministry ofHigher Education, Malaysia
Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia
April1997-Sep2004
Oct 2004  -2009
Prof (asst)& HOD,MIS  UNIT HTMCOLLEGE, PANDARA,BBSR, ODISHA,INDIA MCI,UTKAL UNIVERSITY 28TH Dec;2011–Continuing

Presentations:

MIS—WHERE WE !!
PGInstituteHitech Medical College,HealthPark,Pandara, Bhubaneswar,odisha,india-2016
Tips, and Tricks for Minimum invasive surgery in gynaecology—PG Institute,Hitech medical college Hospital, Bhubaneswar,Odisha,india-2014
Large uterine leomayoma operated—where the scar!! COG, Singapore-2012

.TRANSITIONING FROM Conventional HYSTERECTOMY to VALH WITH CONFIDENCE, safety and consumer satisfaction

FOR REFRACTORY LARGE UTERINE LEOMYOMA, AICOG GUWAHATI,ASSAM,19TH-22ND JAN’2010

NDVH WITHOUT SUTURES,STAPLERS OR CLIPS-AN ALTERNATIVE –AICOG,GUWAGHATI,ASSAM,19TH—22ND JAN’2010
AN ALTERNATIVE MEANS OF APPROACH FOR VERY LARGE FIBROID,FIGO,CAPETOWN,SOUTH AFRICA,4TH—9TH OCT;2009
LAPAROSCOPIC   CYSTECTOMY  IN   A   VERY  OBESE (115 Kg)  FEMALE
WITH   A  HUGE  OVARIAN  CYST
,FIGO,CAPETOWN,SOUTH AFRICA,4TH—9TH OCT;2009
TIPS, TOOLS, AND TRICKS  FOR VALH —- 7THSICOG,Singapore, 26th—29th August’2009
Video on Vaginal leomyoma-OGSM Annual Congress, Sabah, Kotakinabalu-4th-7thjune’2009
Video on Large refractory uterine leomyoma by VALH, OGSM Annual Congress, Sabah, Kotakinabalu-4th-7thjune’2009
Cervical Endometriosis—rarest of the rare OGSM Annual Congress, Sabah, Kotakinabalu-4th-7thjune’2009
Recurrent Meckel Gruber Syndrome—A rare atypical presentation OGSM Annual Congress, Sabah, Kotakinabalu-4th-7thjune’2009
Dandy walker Malfomation—A rare warfarin Embryopathy OGSM Annual Congress, Sabah, Kotakinabalu-4th-7thjune’2009
Congeniatal Syphilis—unusual item in recent obstetrics- OGSM Annual Congress, Sabah, Kotakinabalu-4th-7thjune’2009
Risk of Malignancy index in the preoperative evaluation of Ovarian tumour OGSM Annual Congress, Sabah, Kotakinabalu-4th-7thjune’2009
Macrosomia—incidence and outcome- OGSM Annual Congress, Sabah, Kotakinabalu-4th-7thjune’2009
Successful viable pregnancy after five consecutive miscarriages OGSM Annual Congress, Sabah, Kotakinabalu-4th-7thjune’2009
A peculiar presentation of massive benign ovarian tumour
OGSM Annual Congress, Sabah, Kotakinabalu-4th-7thjune’2009
VAGINAL HYSTERECTOMY USING OPEN ERBE BICLAMP FOR UNDESCENDEDUTERINEPATHOLOGY- AOCOG/AOFOG 2009,AUCKLAND,NEWZELAND-26-30TH March’2009
ABDOMINAL PREGNANCY – AN  OBSTETRICAL  DILEMMAAOCOG/AOFOG 2009,AUCKLAND,NEWZELAND-26-30TH March’2009
.VIDEO ON VALH/LAVH- OGSM, GENTING,MALAYSIA-2ND-8TH JUNE,2008 ( PRIZE AWARDED
.VIDEO ON TWISTED GANGRENOUS FALLOPIAN TUBE-A RARE ENTITY- -OGSM, GENTING,MALAYSIA-2ND-8TH JUNE,2008
YOUNG WOMAN WITH ADVANCED POORLY DIFFERENTIATED ENDOMETRIAL CARCINOMA—OGSM, GENTING,MALAYSIA-2ND-8TH JUNE,2008
POSTPARTUM CHORIOCARINOMA—A RARE PRESENTATION– OGSM, GENTING,MALAYSIA-2ND-8TH JUNE,2008
NEROTISING VULVAL FASITIS—ASERIOUS & RARE ENTITY- OGSM, GENTING,MALAYSIA-2ND-8TH JUNE,2008
RECURRENT VULVAL LEOMYOMA—A RARE CLINICAL ENTITY- OGSM, GENTING,MALAYSIA-2ND-8TH JUNE,2008
PREGNANCY WITH FAMILIAL SEBACEOUS GLAND HYPERPLASIA-RARE DISEASE- OGSM, GENTING,MALAYSIA-2ND-8TH JUNE,2008
PERIPARTUM CARDIOMYOPATHY- OGSM, GENTING,MALAYSIA-2ND-8TH JUNE,2008
RISING AESAREAN SECTION TREND: IS THERE AN END TO   IT  !! OGSM, GENTING,MALAYSIA-2ND-8TH JUNE,2008

  • LAPAROSOPIC ASSISTED OVARIAN CYSTECTOMY IN PREGNANCY –AAGL(36TH GLOBAL CONGRESS MINIMUM INVASIVE GYNAECOLOGY) WASHINGTON-DC,USA – 12TH to 17TH NOV’2007 :
    • HPV INFECTION OF AN  YOUNG  SEXUALLY INACTIVE  GIRL, OGSM ,JUNE’2007,Kualalumpur
    • PELVIC CLEARANCE  FOR  RECURRENT ENDOMETRIOTIC CYST, OGSM ,JUNE’2007,Kuala Lumpur
    • UNUSUAL PRESENTATION OF ENDOMETRIAL ADENOCARCINOMAOGSM ,JUNE’2007,Kuala Lumpur
    • Dengue Fever outcome in Pregnancy—A retrospective  5 years study  at Melaka Hospital,Kualalumpur, FIGO, Kualalumpur,Nov’2006
    • Laparoscopic cystectomy for ovarian cyst in pregnancy with previousLSCS—FEASIBLE & QUALITATIVE- CASE STUDY FIGO, Kualalumpur. Nov’2006
    • B-Lymphoma of cervix & uterus—Rarest of the rare—Case study :FIGO, KUALALUMPUR,Nov’2006
    • Chorio-Carcinoma After Normal Delivery with Live baby & Live Mother – presented at OGSM Conference Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, 24-27th May’ 2003
    • Ovarian Pregnancy a Rare Entity OGSM Conference, Genting Highland Malaysia, 30th May’ 2002
    • Abdominal Pregnancy with Live Baby & Live mother at Perinatology Conference at Johor Bahru, Malaysia – 22nd to 25th February’ 2001AnAbstract :Study objects: To assess the feasibility and safety of laparoscopic approach for ovarian cyst in pregnancy.Design:This is a retrospective analysis of symptomatic ovarian cysts in pregnancy of four pregnant women managed by Laparoscopic Assisted Cystectomy.Setting:Melaka General Hospital, Melaka, Malaysia – A Teaching hospital for under and postgraduate students.Patients:Four   Antenatal   patients with symptomatic ovarian cysts of different sizes ranging from 12 weeks to 26weeks in 1st and 2nd trimester of pregnancy fromAug’2005-May’2007.Intervention: Laparoscopic Assisted   Cystectomy   in pregnancy.Measurements and Main results:Out of 4 four cases two in   first trimester of pregnancy about 9- 11/52   size presented with   acute abdomen. Others were in about 14 to 18week with   recurrent   pressure symptoms .Size of cyst varied from 12weeks to 26weeks of pregnancy with clinical diagnosis of serous   cyst adenoma   in 2 cases   and   dermoid   cyst in another two cases. Under   general anesthesia all case were successfully operated maintaining 10 mm Hg  intra abdominal pressure without any  trendlenbergh position.. Mean blood loss was less than 50 cc with average operating time less than 50 minutes. Mean hospital stay was about 36 hours. There was no miscarriage or preterm   labour. All except one had spontaneous vaginal   delivery with normal Apgar score without any gross abnormality. On follow up both mother and babies are well. Histopathology reported benign serous cystadenoma in two cases and mature dermoid cysts in other cases. No evidence of malignancy seen.Conclusion: Laparoscopic Assisted Ovarian Cystectomy in pregnancy in selected cases is a safe, feasible and an alternative option.
      • NEOALTERNATIVE APPROACH TO VAGINAL HYSTERECTOMY FOR UNDESCENDED UTERINE PATHOLOGY WITH ERBE BICLAMP, OGSM ,JUNE’2007,Kuala Lumpur

      AnAbstract :
      Objective: To evaluate safety and feasibility of OPEN ERBE BICLAMP electrocautery appliances in nondescent vaginal hysterectomy without the application of sutures, staples for uterine attachments.
      Study Methods: In a retrospective study vaginal hysterectomy was reviewed on consecutive nine women from December’2004 to November’2006 for different nondescent benign uterine diseases excluding cancer, known endometriosis, previous lower abdominal scars, and uteri of more than 20 weeks size. Under combined spinal epidural anaesthesia and adopting hydro dissection, monopolar cautery of 45-50 watts used to incise vaginal wall and open Erbe bipolar programmed cautery to clamp, seal and desiccate lateral attachments of uterus and their division by scissors were our primary techniques. Vaginal vault was closed in one layer with bilateral posterolateral fixation to uterosacral stump. Postoperative patient controlled analgesia was maintained up to about eight to ten hours.
      Results: Vaginal hysterectomy was successful in all cases. There was no major electrical injury. No major intraoperative and postoperative complications marked. Bleeding was less than hundred milliliters in 96.5% cases. Mean operating time was 51.5mins. Postoperative pain was markedly less. Mean hospital stay was 64.78 hours (2.69 days). No patient needed relaparotomy or readmission. Resume to work within three week in 77.7% cases.
      Conclusion: Non descent Vaginal hysterectomy using open Erbe programmed biclampelectrocautery method is feasible, safe and effective even for large uteri up to 20 weeks.

      ·   Vaginal surgery WITH HYDRODISSECTION for Undescended Uterus (Video) AT MELAKA HOSPITAL—OGSMJUNE’2007,Kuala Lumpur

      AnAbstract:
      Objective: To evaluate safety and feasibility of Vaginal Hysterectomy utilizing hydro dissection for undescended uterine benign pathology.

      Study Methods:This is a retrospective  case study at Melaka General  Hospital where vaginal hysterectomy was analyzed on consecutive 40 women for different nondescent uterine benign pathology excluding uterovaginalprolapse, neoplasia, previous lower abdominal scars, known cases of endometriosis, uterine size upto 20 weeks from September 2004  up to December 2006.Antero-posterior and  Parametrial   infusion with about 150 cc of  normal saline or 1:200000 adrenaline solution facilitated hydro dissection so as  to apply a circumferential incision around cervix and to safely  retract bladder  upwards through vesicocervical  fascia and to enter easily  to posterior Cul-De-Sac. Usual classical techniques of clamping, cutting, transfixation and ligation with vicryl of lateral attachments of uterus were our primary techniques. Types of anaesthesia, blood loss, Intra and post operative complications, operating time, postoperative analgesia, total hospital stay and resume to usual works were reviewed.
      Results: Vaginal hysterectomy was accomplished in all cases with spinal anaesthesia only. There were no major intra or post operative complications. Bleeding was less than 100 ml in 92.92% cases. Mean operating time was 49.7 minutes. Postoperative pain was markedly less. Mean total hospital stay was 57.6 hours (2.4 days). No patient needed readmission.82.5% patients resumed to their work in less than three week period.

      Conclusion: Vaginal hysterectomy using hydro-dissection for undescended uterine benign pathology even for large uteri of up to 20 weeks .is simple, safe, feasible, effective and qualitative operation

      • CYTOREDUCTIVE CHEMOTHERAPY FOLLOWED BY DEBULKING SURGERY IN A CASE OF OVARIAN CANCER,OGSM ,JUNE’2007,Kuala Lumpur

      AnAbstract:
      Objective:To evaluate the effect of empirical chemotherapy (cytoreduction) followed by pelvic clearance in case of ovarian cancer.
      Study Methods:This is a retrospective case study of a 67 year old lady who presented with progressive acute abdominal distension and was diagnosed with ovarian carcinoma stage 3 based clinically and on CT scan findings which showed a large irregular ovarian mass with infiltrations into the posterior wall of the abdomen, anterior rectum, ,paraaortic, pelvic lymph nodes, uterus ,and omentum with gross ascites. CA 125 was more than 600.Since the patient deferred primary surgery; she was put on empirical chemotherapy with carboplatin for 3 cycles. There was remarkable clinical improvement with significant reduction in tumour size and she underwent an exploratory laparotomy with total abdominal hysterectomy and bilateral salpingoopherectomy with omentectomy..

      Result:The operation was successful with total abdominal hysterectomy and bilateral salpingoopherectomy and omentectomy with no major intra or post operative complications. Histopathology revealed serous papillary carcinoma of ovary. Currently she is undergoing another course of chemotherapy with carboplatin.
      Conclusion: .Neoadjuvant chemotherapy for primary unresectable ovarian carcinoma is a feasible and valid alternative option in which optimal cytoreduction can be achieved after chemotherapy.

      • MANAGEMENT OF MENINGOMYELOCOELE DETECTED IN LATE PREGNANCY, OGSM,JUNE’2007,Kuala Lumpur

      AnAbstract :
      Objective: This a case management on meningomyelocele detected in late pregnancy.
      Study Methods:26 years  Chinese lady Gravida 2 Para 1 presented antenatal clinic at 37weeks of pregnancy to exclude mild hydrocephalus with dilated ventricles .Scan showed viable foetus  with normal skull, chest ,abdomen, and limbs .However there was a large  regular, unilocular cystic mass measuring around 20cm X 22cm noticed at the sacral region.  The provisional diagnosis was meningomyelocele confirmed by the second expert and was planned inutero transfer to neurosurgical unit .She had a history of abortion one year back without any other medical or surgical problems. She was on Folic acid for about four months MOGTT at 20 and 32 weeks found normal. However on patient’s option elective caesarean section was done here on 9/10/2006. A female Baby of 3.6 kilograms with normal Apgar Score was immediately managed by neonatologist.. The operation was uneventful. Baby was stable and afebrile. There was a pedunculated, regular, tensely cystic mass measuring around 8-9cm at the sacro-coccygeal region without any leaking. Central nervous system was intact and the baby was started on intravenous antibiotics. X-ray showed swelling overthe sacral region without any posterior column breakup. The baby was immediately sent within 6 hours to neurosurgical unit for further management. MRI revealed dysraphism with associated meningomyelocele and tethered cord.
      Result:  Neurosurgical team after one month of removed the sac without any Intra and post operative complications. Baby is currently under paediatrics and neurosurgery follow up. Both the mother and baby are well and healthy. No neurological deficit.
      Conclusion: Even detected at late gestation meningomyelocele can be effectively manageable
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  • VAGINAL SURGERY FOR UNDESCENDED UTERINE PATHOLOGY
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