General Information about the department

 Teaching faculty

 Non teaching faculty

 Services

 Academic Activities

 Research Activities

 

 

1.      General Information about the Department

Paediatric department is located in a separate block inside KIMS campus. It is having post graduate courses, MD and DCH right from 1964-65. Department has dedicated teachers for the care of sick children and teaching UG and PG students. The department of paediatrics is unique in every aspect of care of sick child and teaching.

 

2.      Teaching faculty

Sl. No

Name

Qualification

Designation

1

Dr. Prakash K Wari

MBBS, MD(Paediatrics) DNB(Paed)                    

Prof & HOD

2

Dr. Vinod H Ratageri

MBBS,MD(Paediatrics)

Professor

3

Dr. Illalu Shivanad

MBBS,DCH,DNB(Paed)

Professor

4

Dr. Siddappa F Dandinnavar

MBBS,MD(Paediatrics)

Professor

5

Dr. Raghavendra H. Desai

MBBS,MD (Paediatrics)

Associate Professor

6

Dr. Sudhindrashayana R. Fattepur

MBBS,MD(Paediatrics), Fellow in Neonatology

Associate Professor

7

Dr. Madhu. P. K.

MBBS,MD(Paediatrics)

Associate Professor

8

Dr. Deepak D H

MBBS,MD(Paediatrics)

Assistant Professor

9

Dr. C A Gopalakrishna Mithra

MBBS,MD(Paediatrics)

Assistant Professor

10

Dr. Shilpa C

MBBS,MD(Paediatrics) Fellow in Adolescent Medicine

Assistant Professor

11

Dr. Raghavendraswami A.

MBBS,MD(Paediatrics) Fellow in Pediatric Neurology

Assistant Professor

12

Dr. Preeti Kulhalli

MBBS,MD(Paediatrics)

Assistant Professor

13

Dr. Roopali Desai

MBBS,DCH

Senior Resident

14

Dr. Vadlamudy Vinay

MBBS,MD(Paediatrics)

Senior Resident

15

Dr. Ashwini Ananthaiah

MBBS,MD(Paediatrics)

Senior Resident

 

Post Graduate Students:

Sl. No

Name

Qualification

Designation

1

DR. LAXMI KAMATH

MBBS

Junior Resident

2

DR. RANGASHREE DESAI

MBBS

Junior Resident

3

DR. NASREEN BANU

MBBS

Junior Resident

4

DR. PUNEETH H R

MBBS

Junior Resident

5

DR. L RAMITHA

MBBS

Junior Resident

6

DR. DAKSHAYINI J N

MBBS

Junior Resident

7

DR. DAYA. P

MBBS

Junior Resident

8

DR. SHIVALEELA

MBBS

Junior Resident

9

DR. SRIVIDYA T K

MBBS

Junior Resident

10

DR. TARA H

MBBS

Junior Resident

11

DR. SHADAB B MALDAR

MBBS

Junior Resident

12

DR. APURVA S KANTHI

MBBS

Junior Resident

13

DR. GURUPRASAD N

MBBS

Junior Resident

14

DR. NIKHIL G

MBBS

Junior Resident

15

DR. SUBHASH M N

MBBS

Junior Resident

16

DR. VINOD KUMAR M

MBBS

Junior Resident

17

DR. THIMMARAJU

MBBS

Junior Resident

18

DR. SAHANA B K

MBBS

Junior Resident

19

DR. APARNA KORI

MBBS

Junior Resident

20

DR. SOWMYA N

MBBS

Junior Resident

21

DR. SARA SUNNY GEORGE

MBBS

Junior Resident

22

DR. VISHAL B PATIL

MBBS

Junior Resident

23

DR. ANUSHA D C

MBBS

Junior Resident

24

DR. KRIPA MARY VARGHESE

MBBS

Junior Resident

25

DR. AMARNATH MALLANNA KUMBAR

MBBS

Junior Resident

26

DR. UDAYKUMAR R

MBBS

Junior Resident

27

DR. CHAITANYA KULKARNI

MBBS

Junior Resident

28

DR. ROOPA S JALIHAL

MBBS

Junior Resident

 

2. Non teaching faculty

Sl. No.

Name

Designation

1

Krishnappa S Chavhan

Clerk and Computer operator

2

Neelavva B Mardagi

Attender

3

Manjula V Yaligar

Lab Technician

4

Manjunath Fakkeerappa

Data entry Operator

5

Shaira Begum

Data entry Operator

6

Usha Goud

Child health counsellor

7

Ashwini S

Child Nutritionist

 

3. Services:

1.      Outpatient department

2.      Speciality clinics

3.      In patient care – 120 Bedded

4.      6 bedded PICU with central oxygen, 4 ventilators, monitors and all other necessary equipments for care of sick child round the clock by trained nursing staff.

5.      30 bedded tertiary care SNCU (OUTBORN) and 30 bedded NICU (INBORN) with well trained nursing staff, central oxygen, central suction, with 16 ventilators, LED phototherapy units and all necessary equipment for care of sick newborns.

6.      KMC ward with 15 beds

7.      Side laboratory in the paediatric ward is equipped to perform investigations likeABG, Serum electrolytes, Complete blood count including ESR and PS, Widal test, Urine analysis (Routine) including specific gravity, Urine ketone bodies, 24 hr urinary protein, Stool analysis, CSF analysis, Blood grouping and Rh typing

8.      Teaching facilities for UG and PG (MD and DCH)

9.      Training facilities for medical officers

10.  Training facilities for health care workers

11.  Seminar hall to accommodate 50 participants

 

Specialty Clinics :

 

S. No.

Name of the Clinic

Days on which held

Timings

Name of Clinic In-charge

1

Paed. Cardiology

Monday

9am to 1pm

Dr. Wari

2

Paed. Nephrology

Wednesday

9am to 1pm

Dr.Shivanand

3

Paed. Endocrine

Tuesday

9am to 1pm

Dr. Ratageri

4

Paed. HIV

Wednesday

9am to 1pm

Dr. Madhu

5

Paed. Gastro

Thursday

9am to 1pm

Dr. Siddappa

6

Paed. Neurology

Monday

9am to 1pm

Dr. Raghavendra

7.

Neonatology

(i)     High Risk Newborn

(ii)   Well baby clinic

 

Thursday

 

9am to 1pm

 

Dr. S R Fattepur

8

Immunisation

Daily

9am to 4pm

P and SM

9

Paed. Asthma

Friday

9am to 1pm

Dr. V H Ratageri

10

Adolescent Clinic

Saturday

9am to 1pm

Dr. Shilpa

 

4. Academic Activities

Sl No

UG

(numbers/–month)

PG

(numbers/–month)

Seminars

Every Mon and Sat 8

Every Wednesday 4

Journal club

Every Friday 4

Guest lectures

Every second and fourth Saturday 2

Case presentations

All working day one case each under 4 units

Every Tue and Thu 8

Any others specify.

Symposium- 1

Symposium- 1

 

 

Research Activities:

Status of Cobalamin (B12) levels in Severe Acute Malnutrition, Funded by ICMR Delhi 2019

 

Publications of the faculty  2011 to  2020

Sl. No.

Publication

National / International

Siddappa F D, H K, Ratageri V H, Wari P K. Cardiac Manifestations of Dengue Fever in Children. Pediatric Oncall J. 2017; 14: 82-84. doi: 10.7199/ped.oncall.2017.55.

National

Prediction of Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia Using 1st Day Serum Bilirubin Levels Pediatr. 2018 Feb 15. doi: 10.1007/s12098-018-2633-0.S. M. Spoorthi1, 2 & Siddappa F. Dandinavar1 & Vinod H. Ratageri1 & Prakash K. Wari1.

National

Clinical profile of snake bites with special reference to acute kidney injury in children Medical Innovatica Jan-Jun 2019, Volume -8                    Issue-1Siddappa F. D., Shivananda I., Kadeejath Thasneem,                         Prakash K. Wari Department of Paediatrics, Karnataka Institute of Medical Sciences, Hubballi, Karnataka, India.

National

Prevalence of hypomagnesemia in children admitted to pediatric intensive care unit and its correlation with patient outcome, Siddappa F. Dandinavar, Suma D.*, Vinod H. Ratageri, Prakash K. Wari International Journal of Contemporary Pediatrics | March-April 2019 | Vol 6 | Issue 2

National

Streptococcal infections in children: an update., Prakash K Wari,                Siddappa F D, Raghavendra Swami Amoghimath et al. Paediatric Infectious Diseases, 2020.

National

Subha A, Ratageri VH, Shepur TA.The Perceptions and Practices among parents of Thalassemic children.CurrPediatr Res 2012; 16 (2)

National

Ray P,Ratageri VH, Kabra SK et al. Chikungunya infection in India:results of a prospective hospital based multicentric study. PLoS One. 2012;7(2):e30025. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0030025. Epub 2012 Feb 17.

National

RatageriVH,AjayS,ShivanandI,MadhuPK,Shepur TA.Profile and outcome of acute pediatric poisoning.Karnatak pediatric journal 2013:28;2-3

National

Panigatti P, Ratageri VH, Shivanand I, Madhu PK, Shepur TA. Profile and outcome of childhood tuberculosis treated with DOTS–an observational study Indian J Pediatr. 2014 Jan;81(1):9-14. doi: 10.1007/s12098-013-1175-8. Epub 2013 Jul 28.

National

Shashikiran BK, Ratageri VH, Madhu PK, Shepur TA.Pyomyositis in unusual site (subscapularis and infraspinatus muscles).Indian J Pediatr. 2014 Mar;81(3):319-20. doi: 10.1007/s12098-013-1156-y. Epub 2013 Jul 24

National

Ratageri VH,Madhu PK, Sindhu MV, Shivanand I, Shepur TA.Clinico-laboratory profile and outcome of rickettsia in children: Hubli (Karnataka) experience  Pediatric Infectious Disease 2014:6; 3–6

National

Ratageri VH. Community Acquired Pnemonia, in Children. Cough Chronicl2014 :4:8-12

National

Chaya KA, Ratageri VH, Holeyannavar MN, Fattepur SR, Wari PK.Ocular Manifestation of Diphtheria in a Fully Immunised Infant. Indian J Pediatr.2016; 83(3):272–273

National

Raghavendhar BS, Ray P, Ratagiri VH,Sharma BS, Kabra SK, Lodha R. Evaluation of chikungunya virus infection in children from India during 2009-2010: A cross sectional observational study. J Med Virol. 2016 Jun;88(6):923-30. doi: 10.1002/jmv.24433. Epub 2015 Dec 15

National

Vinod M,RatageriVH, Madhu PK, Shepur TA. Unilateral pulmonary edema following scorpion stinge –a case report. JOPPCC 2015 ;1(1):30-31.

National

Ratageri VH, Koushik H. Do’s and Don’t During earthquake & flood. Savior DMG Bulletin 2015:1(1):10.

National

ShilpaC,Ratageri VH. Allergic Rhinitis.JOPPCC 2015 ;1(2):7-9

National

Ratageri VH . Safe School for children :issuses& initiatives. Savior DMG Bulletin 2016:1&2:9-10.

National

Urunikklavan HS, Ratageri VH, Fattepur SR, Nadagir S, Madinkar YA.Drug Resistant Tuberculosis in Children in a Tertiary Care Hospital.Indian J Pediatr. 2017 Sep 11. doi: 10.1007/s12098-017-2464-4. [Epub ahead of print] No abstract available.PMID:28891031

National

Devdas JM, Mckie C, Fox AT, Ratageri VH. Food Allergy in Children: An Overview.Indian J Pediatr. 2017 Nov 17. doi: 10.1007/s12098-017-2535-6. [Epub ahead of print] Review.PMID:29147890

National

RatageriVH ,Shilpa C. Disaster related injuries – Pediatric perspective.Indian J Practical Pediatrics2017:https://www.ijpp.in/admin/uploadimage/Jul-Sep.pdf

National

Ratageri V H, Paramesh H.Environmental Health of Children: Time to Translate Knowledge into Action.Indian J Pediatr. 2018 Feb 5. doi: 10.1007/s12098-018-2629-9. [Epub ahead of print] Review

National

B. SR, Patel AK, Kabra SK, Lodha R, Ratageri VH, Ray P (2019) .Virus load and clinical features during the acute phase of Chikungunya infection in children. PLoS ONE 14(2): e0211036. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0211036

National

llalu S, KumarNP, RatageriVH, WariPK.Prevalence and risk factors associated with severe acute malnutrition (SAM) in ICDS block of rural Hubli, Karnataka, India. Int J Contemp Pediatr2019;6:xxx-xx.

National

Prakash BJ, Ratageri VH, Fattepur SR. A rare combination of cavitatingmiliary tuberculosis and multiple brain tuberculomas in an infant. J Tuberc. 2019; 2(1): 1007.

National

Thasneem, K., Ratageri, V. H., &Fattepur, S. R. (2019). Lightning Injury in Children. The Indian Journal of Pediatrics. doi:10.1007/s12098-019-02999-0

National

A J, Ratageri VH, Illalu S, Fattepur SR, Wari PK. The Utility of CSF Xpert MTB/RIF in Diagnosis of Tubercular Meningitis in Children. Indian J Pediatr. 2019;86(12):1089–1093. doi:10.1007/s12098-019-03032-0

National

Shruthi S, Ratageri VH, Shivananda I, Shilpa C, Wari PK. Pulmonary Tuberculosis in Children with Severe Acute Malnutrition: A Prospective Hospital-based Study. Pediatric Inf Dis 2019;1(1):1-3.10.5005/jp-journals-10081-1101

National

Ratageri VH,  Madhu PK, Sindhu MV, Shivanand I, Shepur TA. Clinico-laboratory profile and outcome of rickettsia in children: Hubli (Karnataka) experience  Pediatric Infectious Disease 2014:6; 3–6

National

Study of Spectrum of Histopathological Findings in Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome In Tertiary care Hospital.  Raghavendra H. Desai, Shivanand Illalu, Rajendra Naidu, Ajay S. K. Medica Innovatica Jan – Jul 2017, Vol              6 – Issue 1.

National

Study of the Incidence of Hearing Impairment among Neonates with Hyperbilirubinemia – Indian Journal of Maternal-Fetal and Neonatal Medicine,  Vol.6 No.1 Jan – Jun 2019

National

Pawar R., Illalu S., Fattepur S.R. A study on prevalence of hearing impairment in newborns with birth asphyxia admitted to neonatal intensive care unit. Int J Pediatr Res. 2019;6 (01):42-49.doi:10.17511/ijpr.2019.i01.07.

National

Siddappa F D, Varsha Lakshman, Madhu P.K. Prevalence of hepatic dysfunction in children with dengue fever. Int J Pediatric Res. 2019;6(01):                    8-16.doi:10.17511/ijpr.2019.i01.02

National

Red Cell Distribution Width (RDW) in the Diagnosis of Iron Deficiency anaemia in children between 6 months to 2 years. Naidu Rajendra V, Desai Raghavendra, Dorle Abhinandan M, I Shivanand. Medica Innovatica Jun 2014, Vol 3 – Issue 1.

National

35.   

Illalu Shivanand, Fattepur Sudhindrashayana R, Amaresh MH. Study of the Incidence of Hearing Impairment among Neonates with Hyperbilirubinemia. Indian Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine. Volume 6 Number 1, January – June 2019. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21088/ijmfnm.2347.999X.6119.10.

National

36.   

Illau Shivanand, Fattepur Sudhindrashayana R. To study the time of separation of umbilical cord. Indian Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine. Vol 6 Number 1, January – June 2019. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21088/ijmfnm.2347.999X.6119.8.

National

37.   

Illalu S, Venkatareddy VS, Fattepur SR. Study of prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in nephritic syndrome. Int J Contemp Pediatr 2019; 6:288-94.     

National

38.   

Madhu PK, Bhagwan B. Biochemical indices and radiological examination to evaluate bone health in children with β-thalassemia major. Int J Contemp Pediatr 2019;6:549-55.

National

39.   

Madhu PK, Krithika R. Convulsive status epilepticus in children: clinical profile and outcome in a tertiary care hospital. Int J Contemp Pediatr 2019;6:280-7.

National

40.   

Ratageri VH*, BhanuprakashJ,Shivanand I and Wari PK.

Diphtheria: time to Introspect our Immunization … – Scientific Literature

www.scientificliterature.org/Immunology/Immunology-17-112.pdf

National

41.   

Chandrashekaraiah S, Kamath L, Illiyalu S, Indian Journal of Adolescent Medicine: Prevention of Nutritional disorders among adolescents. Volume 1 No.2 Pages 23-25: July-

Dec2019.

National

42.   

Chandrashekaraiah S, Ratageri V, Pulmoscan e-journal:Dealing with the new danger Novel corona virus the new public health emergency. Volume 2 Pages 10-14: Sep- Dec 2019

National

 

Conference presentations of 2019-2020:

 

Dr Prakash K Wari

  • KARPEDICON Davangere 19th Oct 2019; MANAGEMENT PROTOCOL OF SNAKE BITE.
  • PEDICON-2020 57thANNUAL CONFERENCE OF INDIAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS  9th-12th January, 2020 Brilliant Convention Center, Indore, MP, India.  Caring for Adolescents in Clinical Practice-Today & Tomorrow”   Pedicriticon 2019:22Jun 2019 Ballari: MEDICO LEGAL ISSUES IN PRACTICE PANEL DISCUSSION Ballari.

Dr Shivanand Illalu

  • Pedicon2019 Mumbai, 13th Jan 2019, Approach to Hematuria.
  • Pedicriticon2019:22Jun 2019 Bellary: Oral health in PICU.
  • KARRESPICON 2019,9th Aug 2019,Hubballi,Upper Airway module,
  • KARPEDICON Davangeri19th Oct 2019; Adolescent Health: Are we prepared to save our Children?
  • Pedicon2020 Indore, 9th Jan 2020: Intensive Care Panel Discussion: 1 Invasive Fungal Infections in PICU Moderator: Dr NameetJerath, Dr DayanandNakatePanelist: Dr Rashmi Shad, Dr Shivanand Illalu Dr Nirmal G Choraria, Dr Raghunath CN, Dr Sibabrata Pattanaik

 

Dr Vinod H Ratageri

  • Pedicon2019 Mumbai,13th Jan 2019,Disaster Related Injuries in children
  • National Allergy,Asthma conference,Bangalore,15th Feb 2019,Prevention of Asthma,
  • Pedicriticon2019 :22Jun 2019 Bellari :Ventilator Associated Pneumonia
  • KARRESPICON 2019,9TH Aug 2019,Hubballi,Upper Airway module,
  • KARPEDICON Davangeri19th Oct 2019; Disaster Management: Are we prepared to save our Children?
  • KARPEDICON Davangeri 19th Oct 2019 Panel Discussion:DISCUSSION ON DIFFICULT CASES
  • NCPIC2019,Bangalore 8th Dec 2019:RICKETTSIAL INFECTION IN PICU:VARIED MANIFESTATIONS
  • NCPIC2019,Bangalore 8th Dec 2019:Nuances of ABG interpretation ,Moderator: Dr Harish Kumar H,Panelists: Dr Sanjay DS, Dr S FazalNabi, DrVinodRatgeri, DrAtul Jindal

 

Dr S R FATTEPUR

  • 21st KARNEOCON – 2019 held at Bijapur from 04/01/2019 and 06/01/2019 as a Lead Faculty for Advanced NRP
  • Mangalore PEDICON held at Mangalore from 02/03/2019 and 03/03/2019 as a faculty and panelist for Updates on Vaccines in Children
  • CENT – Z – P’CON held at Greater Noida from 20/04/2019 and 21/04/2019 as a faculty and panelist for Shock Management in Children
  • STEEL CITY PEDICRITICON – 2019 held at Jindalnagar, Toranagallu from 22/06/2019 and 23/06/2019 as a faculty and debated a talk on Bronchiolitis management
  • FIRST INTERNATIONAL CARDIO-PULMONARY VENTICON – 2019 held at Bangalore from 17/07/2019 and 19/07/2019 as a faculty and panelist on Neonatal Infection involving Cardiopulmonary system – Algorithmic Approach
  • West Zone Pedicon 2019 held at Surat from 20/09/2019 to 22/09/2019 as a faculty and panelist on Kidneys in Office practice
  • KARPEDICON 2019 held at Davangere from 17/10/2019 to 20/10/2019 and gave a lecture on Supplements in Neonates
  • NCPIC-2019 held at Bangalore from 06/12/2019 and 08/12/2019 as a faculty and panelist for Public Private Partnership – Way ahead for sustenance

 

Dr Shilpa C

  • National Adolescon Conference Adolescon 2019 August 2019

 

Dissertations for 2017-2018:

Sl. No.

Title

Name of the student

Name of the guide

1

Study of prevalence of mycoplasma pneumoniae infection in children 2 month to 5 yr of age

Dr. Rangashre

Dr. P K Wari

2

Study  Of  Renal Parameters  In Term Neonates With Birth Asphyxia In KIMS, Hubli

Dr. Dakshayini JN

Dr. R H Desai

3

Lung function test in Asthma: which indices are better for assessment of severity

Dr. Puneth

Dr. V H Ratageri

4

Vitamin D3 Levels in children aged 1to12yr on antiepileptic drugs

Dr. Nasreen

Dr. Siddappa F D

5

Clinic etiological profile of neonatal convulsion in KIMS Hubli

Dr. Ramitha

Dr. Shivananda I

6

Thyroid dysfunction in children with nephritic syndromes before incitation of treatment and after remission 

 

Dr. Laxmi Kamath

Dr. Madhu P K

 

Dissertations for 2018 – 2019

Sl. No.

                   Title                  

Name of the student

Name of the guide

1

A Prospective study to evaluate renal parameter in neonates treated with therapeutic hypothermia

Dr. Tara H

Dr. Dr. P K Wari

2

Study of hepatic dysfunction in asphyxiated full term neonates

Dr. Vinod Kumar

Dr. Siddappa F D

3

Study on peripherally inserted central catheter line associated blood stream infections in neonates admitted in NICU KIMS HUBLI. 

Dr. Thimmaraju

Dr. R H Desai

4

Effect of immediate skin to skin contact on success at breast feeding and stabilisation of physiological parameters in term healthy neonates

Dr. Srividya  T K

Dr. Madhu P K

5

Neurodevelopment outcome of neonates with moderate to severe hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy managed with therapeutic hypothermia

Dr. Shadab

Dr. S R Fattepur

6

The diagnostic utility of rapid kit test (IGM) in comparison with NAC ELISA(IGM)in diagnosis of chikingunya in children

Dr. Shivaleela

Dr. V H Ratageri

7

Investigating the  risk factors for development of recurrent febrile convulsions

Dr. Nikhil

Dr. P K Wari

8

Efficacy of nebulized magnesium sulfate in moderate bronchiolitis

Dr. Guruprasad

Dr. V H Ratageri

9

Study of prevalence of Urinary tract infection in severe acute malnourished children admitted in KIMS

Dr. Apurva K

Dr. Shivananda I

 

Dissertations for 2019 – 2020

 

 

 

 

1

To study the prevalence of occult bacteremia in severely acute malnourished children admitted to NRC,KIMS Hubli

Dr. Aparna Kori

Dr. P K Wari

2

To study utility of RDW and RDW/RPR in screening of neonatal sepsis in NICU. HUBLI

Dr. Amarnath

Dr. S R Fattepur

3

To study the utility of point of care lung USG in neonatal respiratory distress

Dr. Udyakumar

Dr. Madhu P K

4

Early Clinic-Laboratory parameters to predict severe dengue in children aged 2 months to 12years

Dr. Anusha

Dr. V H Ratageri

5

An observational study on MRI changer in infant with perinatal asphyxia following therapeutic cooling

Dr. Kripa

Dr. P K Wari

6

Comparison of effect of epinephrine and nor epinephrine in fluid refractory septic shock in children aged 2 months to 12 years in PICU

Dr. Sahana

Dr. V H Ratageri

7

Study of vit D levels in term neonatal with jaundice requiring phototherapy

Dr. Vishal B Patil

Dr. Siddappa F D

8

Comparison of bubble continuous airway pressure versus indigenous positive airway pressure as a respiratory support in preterm neonates with respiratory distress

Dr. Sowmya

Dr. R H Desai

9

A study of coagulation parameters in babies undergoing therapeutic hypothermia

Dr. Chaitanya

Dr. Shivananda I

 

CME / Workshops conducted in 2019-2020

Sl.No.

Title

Date

Level (regional/national/ international

Credit points

1

Trained Help babies workshop on total body cooling & Neonatal update

June 13-2019

Regional

 

2

PALS-workshop

 

Regional

 

3

NALS workshop

 

Regional

 

4

Adolescent workshop 

 

Regional

 

5

Breast Feeding weak -workshop

01-08-2019

 

 

6

ORS day workshop

30-07-2019

 

 

7

Basic Ventilation workshop

 

 

 

8

NTEP workshop

01-03-2020

 

 

9

CME on COVID-19

16-03-2020

 

 

Conferences conducted in  2019-2020

Sl. no

Title

Date

Level (regional/national/ international

Credit points

1

KAR-RESPICON-19

July 2019

State Level

 

 

Achievements of Students in 2019-2020:

Post graduate student

Conference

Presentation

Prize won

Dr. Puneeth

KARPEDICON 2018

Extreme forms of adverse effect following sodium valproate

1st

Dr. Puneeth

KARPEDICON 2019

Rabies Survivor

1st

Dr. Puneeth

KARNEOCON 2019

Outcome of surfactant therapy in RDS in Government tertiary centre  of north Karnataka 

 

Dr. Nasreen

KARNEOCON-2019

Study of VACTERALvariant

 

Dr. Nasreen

KARPEDICON 2019

Vit D3 level in children 1-12yr on antiepileptic drug

 

Dr. Dakshayani

RESPICION-2019

Study of risk factors of bronchiolitis

 

Dr. Ramitha

NATIONAL CONFERENCE   MUMBIA-2019

Diphtheria –still remarks  threat to health system in the era of vaccination in developing countries

 

Dr. Shadab

ACON-2020

Neuro-developmental outcome of neonates with moderate to severe HIE with therapeutic hypothermia

 

Dr. Ramitha

KARPEDICON -2019

Clinico etiological profile of neonatal convulsion in KIMS Hubli.

 

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