Department of PRASOOTHITHANTRA

The department imparts theoretical knowledge and clinical training to BAMS students and House surgeons regarding diagnostic procedures and Ayurvedic management protocol for various gynecological diseases, diseases of Antenatal and Post-natal periods.

Objectives

The department imparts theoretical knowledge and clinical training to BAMS students and House surgeons regarding diagnostic procedures and Ayurvedic management protocol for various gynecological diseases, diseases of Antenatal and Post-natal periods.

Infertility clinic, ante natal and post-natal clinic, colposcopy unit are functioning as a separate wing under the department. Antenatal clinic functions on ninth day of every month from 2016 July onwards. Examinations under colposcopy unit helps the early diagnosis of pre-cancerous and cancerous lesions of cervix at low cost.

Effective Ayurvedic treatment protocols are provided to the patients with menstrual irregularities in adolescent age group, Poly cystic ovarian disease, Male and female infertility, perimenopausal symptoms, pelvic organ prolapse, diseases of urinary tract, endometriosis, adenomyosis, Pelvic inflammatory disease, fibroid uterus, vaginal discharges etc.

An average of 25 and 10 patients who suffer from various gynecological diseases consult the OPD and IPD respectively every day. Department provides medical camps, awareness classes, poster exhibitions periodically.

Facilities

FACILITIES INCLUDING STAFF (Teaching and non- teaching)

Department of prasuthitantra and sthree roga has the posts of Associate professor       -           1
Assistant professor      -           2
Associate professor     -           Dr. Rajitha. R. Warriar
Assistant professor      -           Dr. Lijima .C (on contractual basis)
Dr. Aswani. A (on contractual basis)

Infrastructure

 

In hospital

OP Department

Room no. 5 Well-equipped examination room
Well-equipped douche room Colposcopy unit

 

 

In College

Staff room- separate cabin -
In first floor Tutorial room
In first floor - Department room
In third floor The Department have

Instruments - 174
Charts - 71
Models - 33
Specimens - 8
Library books - 205
Computer - 1
Services
  1. OP Department – Effective Ayurvedic treatment protocols are provided to the patients with menstrual irregularities in adolescent age group, Poly cystic ovarian disease, Male and female infertility, perimenopausal symptoms, pelvic organ prolapse, diseases of urinary tract, endometriosis, adenomyosis, Pelvic inflammatory disease, fibroid uterus, vaginal discharges
  2. Ante natal – Post natal clinic
    Ante natal care and Ayurvedic management of various disease conditions of ante natal period like vomiting in pregnancy, Anemia, Gestational Diabetes mellitus, Ante partum haemorrhage, Post-natal care and lactation disorders at free of cost. The department has IP section which includes general ward and geriatric ward. There are 19 and 5 beds in female general ward and geriatric ward respectively. The department provides udwarthana, snehapana abhyanga, sweda karma, virechana, vamana, vasthi, pathrapodala sweda, kayaseka, sirovasthi, sirodhara, avagaha in hospital and gynecological procedures like Yoni dhavana, vesavara, yonipichu, yonipoorana, utharavasthi etc from separate room in op department. Colposcopic examinations and kshara karmas are conducted in colposcopy unit.
Activties

Four-hour theory classes and three-hour clinical training classes were conducted for 2018 BAMS Professional students. Regular and prompt clinical training is given to the BAMS students with power point presentations and compilations.

Total no. of theory classes      -          175

Total no. of clinical classes     -         438

 

In 2018 year    
Total OP - 5717
Total IP - 80

 

Procedures conducted

 

Utharavasthi - 37
Yonipichu - 435
Yonikshalana - 194
Yonilepana - 109
Yonipoorana - 85
Vesavara - 5
Varthi - 40
Vamana - 1
Mathravasthi - 13
Research Activites and Publications

PUBLICATIONS

 Mathrujam Booklet

 

RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

 ‘MATHRUJAM -2017’- Project for the Management of Ante-natal and Post-natal women with Ayurvedic treatment modalities is going on with financial support from National AYUSH Mission.