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Department of Anaesthesiology

Year of establishment: 1971

The speciality of Anaesthesiology represented as an independent unit since 1960 and became independent Department in 1971. Since then the department is involved in the training of Post graduate (MD) Anaesthesiology and also Post Doctors Certificate Course (PDCC) in super specialities of Anaesthesiology (Neuro Anesthesia, Cardiac Anesthesia, Intensive Care - ICU, Pain & Palliative Care, Anesthesia for Urology ad Renal Transplant, Plastic & Microvascular Surgery. The department has an intake of 10 students in MD courses every year and five in PDCC (Post MD).



Dr Kop's Award
Dr Bhojraj Award
Four prestigious Orations 1400 papers published
16 Bedded Most Modern ICU . -100% ICU Occupancy
400 MD ( Anaesthesia ) awarded
10, 000 OPD attendance/yr

Thrust Areas

Development of:

  • Super specialties ICU 
  • Pain & Palliative care
  • To start DM courses in super
  • Up gradation of super specialty
  • Divisions to the departments


Clinical Services


The department is catering the need of various surgical specialities and super specialities including Neuro Surgery, Uro Surgery, Cardiothorasic including Open Heart Surgery , Pediatric Surgery, Plastic and Micro vascular Surgery

Intensive Care Unit (ICU)

Sixteen beded ICU fully equipped with monitors and ventilators taking care of critically ill patients. More than one thousand cases treated in ICU very year.

Pain & Palliative Care Division

The Department is running Pain & Palliative Care services for the treatment of chronic intractable pain including cancer pain. The pain & Palliative Care is provided with facilities of OPD, in-patient beds , image intensifier and RF Lesion Generator. More than five hundred patients attend Pain & Palliative Care OPD every year.


The rota of consultants in Evening Paid OPD as follows:

Monday Dr. P. Ranjan
Tuesday Dr. S.K.Mathur
Wednesday Dr.V.Rastogi
Thursday Dr.R.K.Verma
Friday Dr. R.K. Dubey
Saturday Dr. (Mrs) K.Katiyar

Pain & Palliative OPD

Pain and Palliative evening Paid OPD runs on Monday and Thursday (4.00 - 6.00 PM) in
room no. 205. Patients with chronic pain problem like Trigeminal Neuralgia,
Sympathetic dystrophy, cancer pain, cervical (Neck pain), Low back pain, Knee pain (Osteo arthritis) or pain of unknown origin are seen in this OPD. The following doctors available

Wednesday Professor V. Rastogi 9415202658
Friday Dr R.K.Dubey

Those patients who are fit for anaesthesia and operation are advised not to drink or eat after 10.00 am in morning on the day of operation. A tablet of Aprazolam (0.5mg) is prescribed in the morning. Other drugs are advised as and when needed.

Patients will be explained regarding the anaesthetic procedure and an informed consent is taken. Patients requiring blood transfusion during operation are asked to arrange blood.

Evening Paid Clinics ( 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM)

Evening Paid Clinic are run for PAC and Pain & Paliative Care. The rota as follows:


Monday Professor V. Rastogi
Tuesday Professor D.K. Singh
Wednesday Dr R.K.Verma
Thursday Dr A. P. Singh
Friday Dr S.K.Mathur
Saturday Professor L. D. Miashra

Pain & Palliative Care ( 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM)

Monday Professor V. Rastogi



Anaesthesia Machine with Ventilator
Anaesthesia Modular Monitor
Airway Management
ICU Ventilator
ICU Monitor
Arterial Blood Gas (ABG) Monitor
Non Invasive Cardiac Monitor
BIS Monitor
Radiofrequency Generator (RF)
Image Intensifier
BIS Monitor

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