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Department of Orthopaedic Surgery provides state of the art treatment in all fields of Orthopaedic Surgery. It is a busy clinical working unit striving to achieve academic excellence presenting its work in various national and international conferences and also providing tertiary care services to IPs and their dependents.

 

Dr (Prof) O P Lakhwani  - Professor and Head of department
Dr. Rajat Gupta -              Assistant Professor
Dr. Ramavtar                    Assistant Professor
Dr Ankit Mudgal               Medical officer

Senior Residents
Dr Mannan Ahmed
Dr Ravi khurana
Dr Ankit Dadra
Dr Vipin
Dr Krishna
Dr Varun

PG Student
Dr Anjul Verma
Dr Aakash Tomar
Dr Hemant Sahni
Dr Vaibhav Sahu
Dr Venkatesh Kumar
Dr Ravikant Jain
Dr Pankaj Sehrawat

 

 

Dr  Inder Pawar               - Professor
Dr. R lalchandani            - Associate  Professor
Dr. V Ganesh                 - Assistant Professor

Senior Residents
Dr Pankaj
Dr Shashank
Dr Archit Aggarwal
Dr Bhavya
Dr Abhishek

 

PG Student
Dr Sandeep Kumar
Dr Narender Singh
Dr Anil
Dr Raghav Tandon
Dr Rohan Krishnan
Dr Pawan Kumar
Dr Bejoy

The Department has been recognised for the Post Graduate training in the field of Orthopaedic Surgery by Medical Council of India to train 8 candidates every year.

SERVICES AVAILABLE IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ORTHOPEDICS:

Trauma and General Orthopedics

Joint Replacement

Spine Surgery

Hand Surgery

Arthroscopy and Sport Medicine

Bone and soft tissue Tumor Reconstructive surgery

Bone Bank

Ilizarov’s surgery

Pediatrics orthopedic surgery

 

Trauma and general orthopaedics: The Orthopaedics Department is a tertiary reference centre for all varieties of trauma. The Department is backed up by fully equipped operative rooms for any procedure to be done in short time. Facilities available are reduction of fracture & plaster application, plating, closed pinning, interlock nailing, hip fracture fixation. The department service has increased considerably following the expansion of the hospital. The increase in work load is a reflection of the good results and the patient's confidence in the team.

Joint replacement: Department of Orthopaedics is geared up fully for joint replacement surgeries. Other than Total Knee and Hip Replacement, the department is doing Hip, Knee, Elbow, Shoulder arthroplasty and Revision arthroplasty regularly.

Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine: Department is equipped with latest telescope and equipment. Arthroscopy is regularly being done for all major joints - knee, shoulder, ankle and elbow.

Spine and Back Surgery: The spine Surgeries are routinely performed for disc problems of the neck and low back, infections of the spine including tuberculosis, spinal injuries. All kinds of spine surgeries, including disc prolapsed and spinal fixation, Total disc replacement are being done in the Department.

Bone Tumor Surgery: All major bone tumour surgical procedure for Bone tumour surgery including limb salvage by Mega Prosthesis, allogenic bone graft limb reconstruction are being performed.

Ilizarov Surgery: This specialised modality is being widely used for treatment of infected/non-infected non unions, limb length discrepancy & deformity correction of limbs.

Paediatric Orthopaedics: Paediatric orthopaedic surgeries including polio, cerebral palsy, club foot, CDH (by birth hip problems), CTEV (twisting foot), Perthes' disease, slipped capital femoral epiphysis, congenital anomalies and operative treatment of fractures are regularly managed in the department.

Hand Surgery: Department is well-equipped for management of hand trauma including reconstruction of crush injury hand and various fractures in the hand and wrist.

Bone Bank: The high demand for bone grafts for patients with trauma and complex osteoarticular reconstruction has lead the Department of Orthopedics to establish a dedicated bone bank that will aid in reconstructive procedures. It is a non-profit tissue bank aimed at providing leading services. It is among few centers in India to use Gamma irradiation as a method of sterilization. The bank is currently using well processed and gamma irradiated cortico cancellous bone allografts to use in various clinical conditions like comminuted fractures and Non-unions with bone loss, revision joint replacement surgeries and spinal fusion surgeries.

DEPARTMENTS ACADEMICS ACTIVITIES AND ACHIEVEMENTS

The Department follows a good academic training program for graduate intern and postgraduate students, which includes seminars, journal clubs and case presentations.

• Operative Workshop and Live Surgery on difficult Total Hip and Knee primary Replacement was conducted in department in 2017.

• Department faculty member Dr. Rajat Gupta, Dr. Rajesh lalchandani, represented in Delhi Orthopedics Association as Executive committee member. Dr. Rajesh lalchandani also Nominated as joint secretary of Indian Orthopedics association.

• Dr. (Prof) OP Lakhwani and Dr (Prof) Inder Pawar represented as executive committee member of Indian orthopedics association.

• Dr. (Prof) OP Lakhwani and Dr (Prof) Inder Pawar represented in Indian Orthopedics Avssociation annual conference presented research paper at Kochi 2017

• Postgraduate student have participated in various academic activities such as-

o Principles of Casting (Hands on workshop) at Sri Ganga Ram Hospital in Sep 2016.

o DOA PG Instructional Course Trauma Update at RML Hospital in Oct 2016.

o Paper presentation at NAILSCON .

o Paper presentation at DOACON .

o Poster presentation at DOACON .

o MAMC pg instructional course .

o Surgical PG Instructional cadaveric course at CIO-VMMC.

o Paper presentation at IOACON 2017.

o Poster presentation at IOACON 2017.

o Advanced knee symposium-

o Osteosarcoma update,

 

PUBLICATIONS

BOOK/MANUAL

  • Orthopedic Technic Manual - Co-author with Taneja DK, Rajan S. lakhwani Omprakash (Orthopedic research and education foundation Patna INDIA, 2003).
  • Club foot parents guidance manual (Red cross society) (2005)
  • Medical Education and Health care (Trends &Perspectives) ISBN 978-93-5258-870-1 (e Book),  ISBN 978-93-5258-871-8 (Paper back)
  • Orthopedics Practical guide–“Problem Based learning”  (Under publication)

PAPER PUBLICATION  - International – 14  National - 11
MEMBER  EDITOR BOARD/REVIEWER

  • Journal of clinical and Diagnostic research, Indian Journal of Medical research (IJMR),
  • Journal of Orthopaedics Traumatology and Rehabilitation
  • Web Med journal,  Journal clinical orthopedics and traumatology
  • Indian Journal of Clinical Practice, The Indian Practitioner,
  •  Orthopedics Research and Reviews.

HONORS:

  • Executive body member Indian orthopedics Association.
  •  Hon. Jt. Secretary Indian orthopedics Association.
  • Asian fellow Pediatrics Orthopaedic Association Japan (2013)
  • Fellow Tissue Bank, Perth Orthopedics Institute, , Charles Gairdner Hospital western Australia University, Perth, Australia

 

ON GOING RESEARCH WORK –

- Comparison of clinical and radiological methods in assessing post operative limb length discrepancy in patients undergoing unilateral total hip replacement" - Dr Aakash tomar

- A prospective comparative study intravenous towel clip and vertical patella test for patellar tracking in patient undergoing total knee arthroplasty" - Dr Anjul verma

- Prospective comparative study of outcomes of patellar surfacing vs non surfacing in TKR" - Dr Narendra

- Comperative study between conventional ACDF (cage & plate) and Zero-profile ACDf in cervical myelopathy" - Dr Anil

- Evaluation of limb length measurement to avoid limb length discrepancies in total hip arthroplasty " - Dr Vaibhav.

- Role of proximal fibular osteotomy to treat KL grade 2 and 3 medial compartment knee osteoartritis" - Dr Ravikant.

- Efficacy of intra-articular hyaluronic acid in relief of pain in kellgren and lawrence grade 2 and 3 osteoarthritis knee - Dr Pankaj.

- Morphometric study of patella to determine the feasibility of onset patellar resurfacing in patient of primary OA knee planned for TKR" - Dr Rohan.

- Use of trenexamic acid in staged B/L TKR intravenous vs intraarticular" - Dr Raghav tendon.

- Prevalance of osteoporosis in patients awaiting total hip arthroplasty" - Dr Pawan.

- Analysis of clinico radiological outcome in patients of thoraco lumbar potts spine managed with anterior decompression and stabilisation" - Dr Bijoy

RESCENT PUBLICATIONS

 

 

  • Lakhwani OP, Jindal M, Agarwal S, Use of allogenic bone graft in the treatment of benign osteolytic bone lesion. Trop J Med Res 2017;20:155-60

 

 ISBN 978-93-5258-870-1 (E Book), ISBN 978-93-5258-870-8 (Print), India.

  • Correlation between bone histomorphometry and bone strength M. K. Jindal, O. P. Lakhwani1 , S. K. Kapoor1 , R. K. Chandoke2 , Omkar Kaur2 , B. B. Arora3 , Tropical Journal of Medical Research | Vol 20 Issue 1 Jan‑Jun 2017 Tropical Journal of Medical Research | Vol 20 Issue 1 Jan‑Jun 2017

 

  • Lakhwani OP -  Percutaneous Method of Management of Simple Bone Cyst, journ of Case reports in Orthopedics,  Volume 2013 (2013), ID 636197, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/636197  .  
  • Lakhwani O P, Jindal M, Omkar Kaur, Chandoke R K, Kapoor S K Effect Of Bone Bank Processing On Bone Mineral Density, Histomorphometry and Biomechanical Strength of Retrieved Femoral Head IJMR ICMR Pub med indexed accepted,12.04.2016. Indian council of Medical Research (ICMR) India, IJMR_739_15  12 April 2016

 

 



Department of Orthopedics Statistics

OPD Attendance 2017

 

January                                    6439   

February                                  6531

March                                                 7848

April                                        7094

May                                         7937

June                                         7389

July                                          8393

August                                     8153

September                              8025

October                                   7428

November                               8367

December                               7311

Average Daily OPD  -

 

 

In Patient statistics

Month 2017

Inpatients Days of Care

Bed Days Available

Bed Occupancy Rate

New Admissions

January

1720

1922

89.49%

154

February

1567

1736

90.26%

162

March

1635

1922

85.07%

168

April

1324

1860

71.18%

115

May

1522

1922

79.19%

162

June

1607

1860

86.40%

197

July

1682

1922

87.51%

150

August

1635

1922

85.07%

147

September

1577

1860

84.78%

165

October

1356

1922

70.55%

183

November

1582

1860

85.05%

176

December

1742

1922

90.63%

153

Average daily admission

     

5+

 

 

 

 

 

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