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Diagnostic and, therapeutic facilities available in the department include intensive coronary care unit, medical intensive care unit, cardio-respiratory laboratory with treadmill; colour Doppler echocardiography, Holter monitoring, pulmonary function tests, haemo- and peritoneal dialysis, bronchoscopy, gastrointestinal endoscopy, and endocrine and metabolic laboratory. Preventive cardiology clinic, nephrology clinic, hypertension clinic, endocrine-diabetic clinic, chest and TB clinic provide special services in the above areas.

Major thrust areas for research are characterization of coronary risk factors, indigenous drugs in the management of CAD, diabetes mellitus related macrovascular and microvascular disease, dyslipidaemia in diabetes, anaemia and CAD in chronic renal failure, oxidative stress in stroke, and pedigree profile as research tool in young coronary artery disease, and tobacco-related cardiovascular disorders, cardiovascular health implications of smokeless tobacco products, and issues related to tobacco cessation.

The department developed pedigree profile and sub-clinical atherosclerosis assessment model in young coronary artery disease and started continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis for treatment of patients with end-stage renal failure. In the endocrine division, a separate endocrinology clinic and twice-weekly diabetes clinics have been started. The endocrine & metabolic lab. has also grown in capacity and infrastructure with procurement of various equipments. Diabetes, Endocrine & Metabolic ward has started to further strengthen the endocrine services. Department has now taken up the responsibility of running Antirectroviral Therapy Clinic since Feb 2009. The Department is also running Senior Citizens Clinic, Young CAD Clinic and lately the Cardiomyopathy and Tobacco Cessation Clinic. New facilities like CRRT in Dialysis Unit and CIMT assessment in CCU/Preventive Cardiology have been started. A 5-bedded Intermediate Coronary Care Unit proides step-down care.

Department provides specialized services to patients suffering from cardiac aliments, endocrine and metabolic disorders particularly diabetes, kidney diseases, pulmonary problems and intensive medical care to critically ill patients. The department has developed unique facilities in the area of preventive cardiology, diabetology, CAPD and hemodialysis.

In the previous years, the department organized 15th Annual Conference of Indian Society of Hypertension (ISHCON-2005) and international CME on hypertension, atherosclerosis and coronary artery disease (ICHAC-2005) in collaboration with preventive cardiology group of UCMS. This important meet was attended by Regional Director, South East Asia Region (SEAR) of WHO, and participants from Nepal, UK, USA and South Korea. The department has started a popular lecture series on common health problems for the benefit of common people. The lectures are delivered in vernacular language..

Teaching Staff:

UCMS Cadre      
Dr. Rajnish Awasthi Professor & Head Research Projects Thesis supervised
Dr. Ashish Goel Associate Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised
Dr. Amitesh Aggarwal Associate Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised
Dr. Alpana Raizada Associate Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised
Dr. Amit Kumar Verma Associate Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised
Dr. Kuldeep Kumar Assistant Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised
Dr. Anshuman Srivastava Assistant Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised
Dr. Abha Sharma Assistant Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised
Dr. Smita Nath Assistant Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised
Dr. Kshitij Agarwal Assistant Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised
Dr. Shelly Assistant Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised
       
ENDOCRINOLOGY:
       
Dr. S. V. Madhu Director Professor & Head Research Projects Thesis supervised
Dr. Pragya Mangla Assistant Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised

CHS Cadre      
Dr. G. S. Ranga Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised
Dr. Subhash Giri Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised

Non-Teaching Staff:

Mrs. Rajni Datta Stenographer    

Appointment of Teachers, if any, to Higher Posts / Assignment Outside

Dr. Madhu SV

 
Hony. Secretary and Chairman Research Committee, RSSDI, 1 Jan 08 -31 Dec 2010.
Editor, RSSDI Text Book of Diabetes Mellitus, 2nd Edition, 2008.

Distinctions Achieved by the Members of the Teaching Staff Either at the National or International Level

Dr. Aggarwal A
 
Certified provider of advanced hazardous material life support by CDC, Atlanta, USA (Course conducted by AIIMS & CDC, Atlanta, USA), Sep 2007.
Won ‘Dr. M. Vishwanathan’ Best Poster Award for poster titled How young is young coronary artery disease? Profile at a tertiary care hospital” in 64th Annual Conference of Association of Physicians of India, Greater Noida, India, 29 Jan–1 Feb 2009.
Successfully completed Post Graduate Certificate Course in Clinical Cardiology conducted by IMA, Aug 2008.
Elected as member of National Academy of Medical Sciences, 2009.
Acknowledged by The World Health Organization and Education Development Center for contributing in the TEACH- VIP E learning project, May 2009.

Dr. Avasthi R
 
Chaired a session on “Pre-hospital thrombolysis” CME Cardiac Sciences-2008 at Apollo Hospital, New Delhi, 23-24 Feb 2008.
Chaired a session on “Endocrinology for Physicians”, 64th Annual Conference of API, Greater Noida, 29 Jan-1 Feb 2009.

 
Dr. Giri S
 
Awarded a PG Degree in ‘MBA- Health Care Administration’ from Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi, 29 Jan-1 Feb 2009.
Chaired two scientific sessions in Annual Conference of Association of Physicians of India APICON 2009) held at Greater Noida, 29 Jan - 1 Feb 2009.


Dr. Madhu S V
 
Member of Project Review Committee for Endocrinology and Nutrition of ICMR.
Invited member of the National Diabetes Control Programme.
Awarded project “ Role of Yoga and Fenugreek in prevention of diabetes mellitus – The Indian Prevention of Diabetes Study”.
Nominated as member of the Scientific Advisory Committee of National Institute of Nutrition, Food and Drug Toxicology Research Centre, ICMR, Jun 2005.
Appointed Guest Editor for Journal International Medical Sciences Academy.
Invited to deliver a lecture in a symposium on postprandial hyperglycemia at the 2nd International Conference of Diabetes India, Jaipur, 18-20 Nov 2005.
Invited to deliver lecture at 1st Sir Ganga Ram Indo-Pak Diabetes Conference, New Delhi, 23 Oct 2005.
Invited to deliver lecture at 33rd annual conference, RSSDI-2005, Bangalore, 23-25 Sept 2005.
Guest speaker for “Cardiorenal syndrome” at Indian Academy of Clinical Medicine, Dehradun, 7-8 Oct 2006.
Invited as expert member of “Clinical Genomic Consortium Type 2 Diabetes:” at the Institute of Genomic and Integrative Biology, CSIR, Delhi, for collaborative research in the genetics of type–2 diabetes mellitus from centres across the country.
Chairperson and expert for task force project review meeting on “Camel Milk and Diabetes” Place? 26 Sep 2006.
Expert for “Project Review Group Meeting – Nutrition”, Division of RHN, ICMR, 22 Dec 2006.
Selected as Chairman, Research Committee of the Research Society for the Study of Diabetes in India (RSSDI).
PJ Mehta Oration (Association of Physicians of India) and Chaired a scientific session on “Molecules in spot light” in Sir Ganga Ram SAARC Diabetes Conference, New Delhi, 3-4 Nov 2007.
Invited lecture on “childhood obesity – Indian scenario” at National Seminar on Prevention of Non-Communicable Diseases, Chennai, 13-15 Jul 2007.
Invited lecture on: Dyslipedimia In Diabetes Mellitus” at 35th Annual conference of Research Society for Studies of Diabetes in India, Kolkata, 23-25 Nov 2007.
Invited lecture on “Burden of Diabetes In India” at the Joint Conference of ICMR- Research Triangle Institute on “Innovations and Technologies for India’s Public Health System”, New Delhi, 1-2 Nov 2007.
Invited lecture on diabetes and diabetic nephropathy in India: current status” at 2nd National Congress on Prevention of Kidney Disease in India, New Delhi, 16-17 Feb 2008.
PJ Mehta Oration (Association of Physician of India), 12 Jan 2008.
Fellowship of Indian College of Physicians, 11 Jan 2008.
Invited for expert group meeting on “Understanding Genetic Basis of Resistance to Diabetes in Raica Community of Rajasthan”, ICMR, 9 May 2008.
Invited as an expert for a meeting of the Project Review Group on Diabetes, ICMR, 13 Jun 2008.
Invited as an expert for task force meeting on “Assessment of Effect of Consumption of Carbonated Water on Health”, 30 Apr 08 and 23 Jan 2009.
Invited as an expert for INDIAB study, ICMR.
Invited as endocrinology expert member of the project ICMR advisory committee on task force on Chronic Kidney Disease, 13 Feb 2009.
   
Dr. Raizada A
   
Certified provider of advanced hazardous material life support by CDC, Atlanta, USA, 5-7 Mar 2009.
   
Dr. Verma  PK  
   
Trained for RNTCP Modular training for State TB Officer/District TB Officer at LRS Institute of Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases, New Delhi, 7-19 July 2008.
   
Seminars/ conferences at the National/ International level organised
   
Training Workshop on Iodine Deficiency Disorders. (National Iodine Deficiency Disorder Control Programme), 21 Oct 2008.
Popular Lecture series was started with lecture on “Tobacco Related Disorders” and formal inauguration of “Tobacco and Cardiomyopathy Clinic”, 31 May 2008.
Lecture on Heart Attack under Popular Lecture Series, 5 Feb 2009.
Lecture on “Kidney Diseases – Causes, Symptoms, Prevention and Treatment” delivered by Prof. O.P. Kalra, Principal, 28 Mar 2009.
A talk on “CAD in Immigrant Indian Population” by Prof. Elizabeth A Turner (nee Hughes), City Hospital, Birmingham, UK, 13 Feb 2009.

Funded Research Projects:

1. Title of the Research Project Principal Investigator Years Funding Agency Amount (Rs.)
2.
Registry of people with diabetes in India with young age at onset
Madhu SV 2006-11 ICMR Rs. 29.55 Lakh
3.
Role of stress and stress-related physiological response in the development of Type 2 diabetes mellitus
Madhu SV 2006-09 ICMR Rs. 29.82 Lakh
4.
Role of testosterone and prolactin in cardiovascular risk associated with male type 2 diabetes mellitus and obesity
Madhu SV 2009-10 ICMR Rs. 20.1 Lakh
5.
Diabetes Mellitus-New drug discovery RandD molecular mechanisms and genetic project with and epidemiological factors.
Madhu SV 2009-10 CSIR and IGIB, Delhi Participated
6.
Role of life style and dietary pattern In relation to type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Madhu SV 2009-10 ICMR  Participated
7. Oxidative stress induced thyroid hormone disruption: A possible association with organochlorine pesticides Aggarwal A 2009-2010 ICMR, STS 5000
8. Premature graying – a valuable clinical sign in smokers predating early onset of coronary artery disease

Dwivedi S

2010-11 UGC 85,000
9. “Role of testosterone and prolactin in cardiovascular risk associated with male type 2 diabetes mellitus and obesity

Madhu SV

2009-10

ICMR  

20.10  lakhs

10. Diabetes mellitus - New drug discovery R&D, molecular mechanisms and genetic & epidemiological factor

Madhu SV

2009-10 CSIR

Collaborative project with IGIB Delhi.

11. Role of life style and dietary pattern In relation to type 2 diabetes mellitus

Madhu SV

2009-10 ICMR Collaborative project with ICMR Delhi.

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