• Post graduation training program
  • M.D (Anesthesiology)
  • No of position - 8
  • Duration of training - 3 years

PG I year

Early in the program, each resident is assigned to one staff member to ensure a smooth, organized introduction to basic anesthesia techniques and their pharmacologic and physiologic characteristics. In the early months of clinical anesthesia training, residents learn to administer anesthesia for general, orthopedic, urological, gynecological, ambulatory and ophthalmologic surgery. Preliminary experiences with obstetric anesthesia and vascular are included.

PG II Year

Following training in anesthesia for uncomplicated cases, residents learn to administer anesthesia in these advanced areas: cardiothoracic, neurosurgical, vascular, pediatric, renal and also in ENT surgery, pain management, obstetric anesthesia and intensive care units. The anesthesiologists in charge of subspecialty areas closely supervise the education of residents in these areas.
For each clinical rotation, there are specific goals and objectives. They include clinical material, anesthetic techniques, conferences, didactics, syllabus, technical skills, evaluation and remediation.


After completion of the basic curriculum during the PG-1 and PG-2 years, the PG-3 curriculum places focus on advanced anesthesia elements, these include advanced rotations in Anesthesia For Trauma, Ambulatory Anesthesia, Obstetric Anesthesia, Pediatric Anesthesia, Neuroanesthesia, Anesthesia for Vascular Surgery, Adult and Congenital Cardiothoracic Anesthesia, Surgical and Cardiothoracic Critical Care, Pain Management and assignment to the Advanced Clinical Tract group.


  1. Comparison of effect of adding 1micg/kg clonidine vs NS using 0.375% bupivacaine, in supraclavicular block- A randomized control study.
    Candidate - dr.Ashwin, guide - Prof Arunkumar.

  2. Comparison of effect of adding 5micg vs 10micg of dexmedetomidine with 0.5%bupivacaine for hysterectomy (abdominal&vaginal).
    Candidate- dr Parthiban.

  3. A randomized prospective placebo controlled double blinded study to evaluate the effects of intravenous dexmedetomidine on spinal bupivacaine anesthesia.
    Candidate - dr. prashanth , guide Prof Mahesh Vakamudi.

  4. A randomized double blind study on the effectiveness of dexmedetomedine on induced hypotension and reducing bleeding in functional endoscopioc sinus surgery.
    Candidate - dr Nivash, guide- Prof. Aruna.

  5. Comparison of the analgesic efficacy of bupivacaine vs ropivacaine in ultrasonography guided TAP block for laparascopic surgeries.
    Candidate - dr Aarthi, guide- Prof. Mahesh Vakamudi.

  6. Mortality and morbidity in ASA3& 4 patients coming for surgery.
    Candidate - dr. Anitha, guide- Prof. Arunkumar

  7. Comparison of intubating conditions of Truview laryngoscope and Macintosh laryngoscope.
    Candidate - dr Manimaran, guide-dr Akila.

  8. Efficacy of dexmedetomidine infusion for awake fibreoptic intubation in patients undergoing OMF surgeries.
    Candidate - dr Mahalakshmi, guide - Prof. Aruna.