The Department of ENT provides good care hearing/Voice/Balance (Vertigo) / Allergy. Sound knowledge and well trained surgeries giving the best care to the patients at the expense of well equipped department.
The Department of ENT and Head & Neck surgery provides comprehensive care to patients with diseases of the ear, nose, throat and head and neck, the anatomic limits being the dura above and the pleura below.
|Dr. Atul Mukul Bage||Professor & Head|
|Dr. Santhanakrishnan .K||Associate Professor|
|Dr. Poornima S Bhat||Assistant Professor|
|Dr. Lakshman Bhaskar||Senior Resident|
|Dr. Akshaya .A.C||Junior Resident|
|Dr. Pradheep||Junior Resident|
|Dr. Sethu .PL||Junior Resident|
- The Department of E.N.T (Otorhinolaryngology) is functioning from the inception of SMVMCH
- The Department has experienced faculties
- The outpatient department has
- 4 consultation rooms
- Procedure room
- Minor operation theatre
- Speech therapy room
- Audiometry room facilities available
- Speech therapy
- Temporal bone lab
- The inpatient ward has 30 beds and equipped with post operative ward and ICU facility
- The operation theatre is equipped with operating microscope (zeiss), endoscopes (storz), and microsurgical instruments
- All surgeries related to E.N.T are performed regularly
Special clinics are conducted on the following days
|Monday||Tumor clinic||2.00pm to 3.30pm|
|Tuesday||Vertigo clinic||2.00pm to 3.30pm|
|Thursday||Allergic Rhinitis||2.00pm to 3.30pm|
Periodical camps are conducted in the rural health center at Thiruvennainallur
Regular theory and clinical classes are conducted and periodic evaluation of the students is done with theory and clinical examinations
The clinical postings are as scheduled as follows
|6th Semester||4 Wks|
|7th Semester||4 Wks|
|6th Semester||Tuesday 2.30 to 4.30pm|
|7th Semester||Monday 2.30 to 4.30pm
Thursday 2.30 to 4.30pm
The postgraduate students are posted in OPD, ward, major and minor operation theatres for acquiring clinical skills, and regular teaching sessions in the form of lectures, seminars, short discussions and journal club are held.
The departmental library has the latest books required for postgraduate training, and can be utilized for the same. Seminars and other teaching programs are conducted in air conditioned halls.
|Day||I Week||II Week||III Week||IV Week|
|Tuesday||Case presentation||Journal club||Case presentation||Journal club|
- Atul M Bage, Anand Karthikeyan D, Nutan N Bage, Vijayasundaram Comparitive study of post-operative hemorrhage between abscess tonsillectomy and interval tonsillectomy – the myth broken?- Odisha Journal of Otorhinolaryngology and HNS – Vol-8, Issue-1, Jan-June – 2014.
- Shilpika Divakaran, Arun Alexandar, Sabarinath Vijayakumar, Sunil Kumar Saxena Voice outcome following carbon dioxide laser assisted micro laryngeal surgery, (Indian journal of otolaryngology and head and neck surgery; December 2015, Volume 67, Issue 4, PP361-365)
- Sabarinath Vijayakumar, Shilpa Divakaran, Pradipta Kumar Parida, Suriyanarayanan Gopalakrishnan Potassium titanyl phosphate laser turbinate reduction in the management of allergic inferior turbinate hypertrophy: our experience, (Journal of allergy & rhinology; 2016 spring 7 (1): e29 – e33 doi 10.2500/ar.2016.7.15 ISSN: 2152 – 6575)
- Sabarinath, M.R. Harish, Shilpa Divakaran Triamcinolone impregnated nasal pack in endoscopic sinus surgery : our experience, (Accepted in Indian journal of otolaryngology and head and neck surgery December 2016)
- Santhanakrishnan K, Poornima S. Bhat. Various outcomes of pinna abscess management in our experience. International Journal of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery 2017; Sep. 22; 3(4): 939– 42.
- Santhanakrishnan K, Poornima S Bhat, Harish M.R, Akshaya A.C. Ossicular erosion in mucosal type of chronic suppurative otitis media in our experience. National Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences -Jemds. 2017Feb 27; 6(17): 1379 – 82.
- Santhanakrishnan K, Poornima S. Bhat. A comparative study of the outcomes of temporalis fascia graft versus tragal perichondrium graft in type 1 tympanoplasty in our experience. International Journal of Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery 2017; Dec.22;4(1): 60 – 2.
|S.No||Date||Nature of Programme||Topic|
|1||18.06.16||Workshop||MENTCON 2016 – Live Endoscopic Surgery|
|2||21.10.16||Workshop||ESCON 2016 – Temporal Bone Dissection|
|3||09.10.18||Guest lecture||Approach to Otorrhoea|
|Year||Name||Designation||Institute||E. mail ID|
|2014-17||Dr. Aswin Mathew||Consultant (ENT)||Own clinic Kollam, Kerala.||email@example.com|
|2015-17||Dr. Muraleedharan Radha Harish||Junior consultant DLO, MS, (ENT)||General hospital, Adoor, Pathanamthitta, Kerala.||firstname.lastname@example.org|