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Biochemistry



 Name of the Department : BIOCHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT
Head od Department : Dr Vinay Patke. Email id : vinaypatke@gmail.com.

1.Teaching Staff:

Sr.No Name Of Faculty Designation
1 Dr.Surekha Prabhu Professor & Head
2 Dr.Hemant Dahake Associate Professor
3 Dr.Smita Deokar Assistant Professor
4 Dr.Gaurav Kansara Assistant Professor
5 Dr. Arpita Mishra Tutor
6 Dr.Varsha Bobade Tutor
7 Dr.Swati Shambharkar Tutor
8 Dr. Clyde D’souza Tutor

Location

  • 4th Floor. E -Wing , Main Hospital Building.
  •  Central Clinical Biochemistry laboratory Services and Emergency lab  Services.

Course offered

  •  UG. Ist MBBS of MUHS Nashik.
  •  Conducted a training workshop on “ Formulation ofMCQs” in Medical Education Technology in Feb 2016.

 

Activities of the department:

  • Research: Method comparison study for bilirubin estimation.
  • Patient care: Analysis of blood samples for the following parameters: Blood Sugar (F, PP, R), BUN, Creatinine, Na, K, Cl, Bilirubin, Amylase, PT-INR, Total Protein, Albumin, S.G.O.T., S.G.P.T., Alkaline Phosphatase, Ca, P, Uric Acid, Cholesterol, Triglycerides.
  • Arterial blood gas (pH, pO2, pCO2 , Bicarbonate, Anion gap, glucose, calcium, Na, K, Cl, Hct, lactate)
  • CSF, (Protein, sugar), peritoneal fluid (for amylase), Urine (Ca, Creatinine, Bence-Jones Proteins, 24 hrs. albumin, spot alb/creatinine.
    Emergency Services
  • Academics: Theory and practical teaching of first MBBS students
  • Analysis of blood samples for the following parameters RBS, BUN, Creatinine, Na, K, Cl, Neonatal Bilirubin, Amylase, PT-INR
  • Arterial blood gas (pH, pO2, pCO2 , Bicarbonate, Anion gap, glucose, calcium, Na, K, Cl, Hct, lactate)
  • CSF, (Protein, sugar)

    CME, Conferences:

  • Conducted a training workshop on “ Formulation of MCQs” in Medical Education Technology in Feb 2016.

Vision of department:

  • To employ innovative teaching learning methods for better training of first MBBS students.
  • Early clinical exposure to first MBBS students.
  • To increase scope and variety of clinical laboratory testing available so as to benefit both poor patients who are unable to pay for lab services as well as physicians who offer healthcare services to improve the quality of diagnosis.