Department of Anaesthesiology

  • Introduction of Department
  • Vision
  • Facilities of Department
  • Faculty Members
  • Faculty Residents
  • SOP files
  • Teaching Rosters
  • Courses
  • Syllabus details
  • Competency based under Graduate
  • Department Publications
  • Departmental Activities
  • Events


The specialty of anaesthesiology has been marked by unprecedented growth and change in various methods of rendering the patients insensitive to pain. Monitoring and maintaining vital organ functions during surgery remains the main professional activity of the anaesthesiologist. The practice of anaesthesiology continues to grow as evidenced in the development of subspecialties like pain management, critical care and preoperative medicine.

Department of anaesthesiology of Dr R.P.G.M.C was setup in 1997 at Dharamshala with two faculty members under the  leadership of Dr R.S. Thakur. In December 2007 department was shifted to Dr RPGMC campus at Tanda. The department is currently running under the leadership of Dr Shelly Rana.

Over the years , along with development of medical sciences , the department has set its own high standards in patient care, education and research. All surgical and super specialties are anchored to this specialty.

The department has an annual intake of 13 junior residents  pursuing their MD Degrees . All post graduates are posted in routine OTs, ICU, PAC and pain clinics in rotation.In addition, BSC Paraclinical Courses  in anesthesia are also being run with  an annual intake of  6 students which has been increased to 18  from 2022 onwards.

Conferences, workshops and CMEs are organized and attended by the department regularly.


To provide a world class service oriented department by continually improving our processes and services to exceed our patients and community requirements by providing excellent ,sustainable and accessible health care services delivered in a timely manner by competent and compassionate staff through the full implementation of sound quality management systems by caring our patients ,education of students and conduct research to provide world class medicines conforming to all statutory and regulatory requirement


  • Improvement in Peri-Operative care of patients by pushing boundaries of discovery, transforming health care advances in medical care.
  • To meet expectations and needs of patients and their satisfaction and the community at large through effective communication, consultation and clinical skills.
  • Lifelong learning commitment.
  • Provide UG and PG student’s comprehensive portfolio of programmes by continuous professional development and quality evidence based teaching and training.

Hospital Improvement

  • To improve health of community and state by:
    • Setting the standards of excellence in medical education
    • Research
    • Clinical care
  • To provide accessible, equitable, holistic and responsive health care services.
  • To produce outstanding, compassionate and competent health professionals through teaching, training and development.
  • To engage in ethical, relevant researches to continuously conduct Bio-medical research.
  • Provide patients cantered medicine to prevent, diagnose and treat human illness.

Actions Proposed:

  • Zero tolerance to infection in OT, maintenance of asepsis in OT and critical areas(ICU).
  • Maximise case turnover and minimise cancellation of cases.
  • Efficient utilization of existing manpower and equipments.
  • Strengthening of outpatient services and provision of efficient critical care services.
  • Zero tolerance patient’s referral.
  • Strict adherence to safety protocols in peri- operative management.
  • To create awareness of biomedical waste management as per BWM guidelines.
  • Participation of staff in various orientation and refresher courses.
  • Provision of staff and manpower as per actual workload.
  • Regular maintenance / upkeepment of machinery and equipment.
  • Regular maintenance of infrastructure.
  • Establishment of biomedical engineering department: Posting of biomedical engineer and technical staff for on the spot maintenance work of costly equipments.
  • Back up services (CSSD, MGPS) to be outsourced for provision of efficient services by these departments.
  • Good human resource management in regard of organisational culture, motivational mechanisms, learning environment and staff well being and satisfaction to be ensured for effective utilization of their skills and expertise.
  • Service delivery and referral systems with functional management from access and entry of patients to discharge and continuity of patient care to be ensured in a time bound manner.
  • Standard SOP”s and protocol based on standard evidence based guidelines to be put into practice in patient’s health care delivery system.
  • Understanding of system core values and effective leadership in all health care delivery system.
  • Infrastructural issues to be addressed:
    • Establishment of Trauma centre & emergency dept., ICU as per AIIMS standards. Central computerisation, Pain/PAC clinic should be centrally registered and have optimal space separately for both facilities.
  • Staff requirement:
    • Deployment of all categories of technical and supporting staff as per actual workload. All staff should undergo refresher courses at a fixed time frame.

Academic Improvement

Aim to develop department where excellence in teaching is supported by commitment to research and innovation by developing portfolio of high quality programmes for UG and PG students with continuous professional development.

It is a diverse field and includes:

  • Medical students
  • Scientists
  • Health care professionals
  • Public improves

Patient health by developing competent, caring health care professionals and specialists, biomedical scientists who are lifelong learners, driven by scientific enquiry and the desire to serve our society’s evolving healthcare needs.

Effective communication, consultation and clinical skills development as per needs of patients and community requirement.

Lifelong learning commitment.

Actions Proposed:

  • Evidence based teaching in accordance with established guidelines,protocols,SOP’s various treatment algorithms designed and regulated by accredited bodies.
  • Hands on teaching and training of students in the workshops, conferences and CME.s.
  • More emphasis on orientations programs organised by accredited bodies and institutions.
  • Inter-institutionals/universities/college interactions, group discussions& exchange programmes to be promoted.
  • Guest lectures by eminent faculty.
  • Simulation based teaching, training as well as development of simulation and research labs.
  • To adopt modern methods of teaching and simulation models through audio-visual means.
  • Training on manikins’ and simulators to enable students to learn and get trained for safe practices.
  • To start and set up short term refresher courses in sub specialities of anaesthesia.

Treatment of Patients /community health improvement

  • Evidence based treatment of patients.
  • Treatment on lines of protocols, SOP &standard guidelines.
  • Consultency in patients care through Telemedicine, web based linkage with higher institute of excellence to seek expert guidance.
  • Ethernet based collection of data.
  • Development of sub speciality of anaesthesia (Neuro- Anaesthesia, Cardiac, Critical care dept. Pain & palliative care Facilities).

Treatment of Patients /community health improvementResearch

  • Development of research lab.
  • Provision of online journals, E book facilities and regularly updated library.
  • WIFI campus.
  • Research methodology regular updates and refresher courses to be made mandatory to all faculty , students participation in teaching and training in research to be made mandatory in the curriculum.

To improve health care delivery, hospital improvement, academic improvement. The following core values are imbibed in each health care provider:

  • Excellence and discovery (BE THE BEST).
  • Leadership and integrity (BE A ROLE MODEL).
  • Respect and collegiality (BE KIND).
  • Compassion and commitment towards patients, community and colleagues.
  • One should be competent, honest, and credible and share co-responsibility.

To ensure academic improvement ,transitional blocks need to be ensured :

High costs
Slow results
Lack of funding
Regulatory burden
Fragmented infrastructure
Incompatible database 

Gap between best evidence based practice and what actually happens is substantial and needs to be reduced.
For all these improvements/requirements, action plan is necessary.


Department of Anaesthesia is providing services in Operation Theatres, ICU, Pain Clinic, CT/MRI, CSSD & PAC clinic as well as providing assistance to various specialties all over the hospital. The department also covers multi specialty camps in remote areas. It currently runs eleven well equipped Operation Theatres, 6 of them being modular ones, on 3rd Floor OT complex, SSB 2nd & 3rd Floor and Maternity Block. 7 Operation Theatres are currently being renovated.  Department runs 8 bedded ICU which caters to critically ill patients. Anaesthesia services are also provided outside OT's like radiology procedure (CT, MRI) for paediatric patients, ECT and Emergency department. Department is running PAC and Pain Clinic. Interventional pain procedures are done for various chronic pain syndromes under fluoroscopic guidance. CSSD department with four CSSD supervisors is providing services to all departments and is well equipped with washer disinfector, sterilizer and ETO machine. Department has latest equipments including state of art Anaesthesia work station with  advance monitoring devices, washer disinfector , ETO , Rapid infusion systems , ultrasound machines , Transport ventilators , ICU ventilators, Fibre Optic Bronchoscope and fogging systems for sterilization of OT's and ICU.

Faculty Members

# Photo Name Qualifications Designations Email ID Date of Joining Awards
1 Dr. Shelly Rana


Professor 15-02-2007
2 Dr. Bharti Gupta


Associate Professor 17-01-2009
3 Dr. Versha Verma


Associate Professor 06-02-2010
4 Dr. Dheeraj Singha


Associate Professor 02-09-2013
5 Dr. Shyam Bhandari


Associate Professor 18-04-2015
6 Dr. Aman Thakur


Assistant Professor 30-07-2022
7 Dr. Nanish Sharma


Assistant Professor 25-02-2021
8 Dr Manoj Chandel


Assistant Professor 23-04-2021
9 Dr Bhanu Gupta


Assistant Professor bhanurpgmc@gmail 21.01.2022
10 Dr Anita Sharma


Assistant Professor 21.01.2022
11 Dr. Monica Pathania Attri


Assistant Professor 02-08-2022

Medical Office

# Name Qualifications Date of Joining
1 Dr. Monica Pathania Attri



Senior Residents

# Name Qualification Date of Joining
1 Dr.Vishal Koundal


2 Dr Manvi Katoch


3 Dr Aditi Ranaut


4 Dr Kamini Randhawa


5 Dr Vishal Vashist


6 Dr Saurabh Sharma


7 Dr Shallu Chaudhary


8 Dr Aryan Guleria


9 Dr Nidhi Thakur



Junior Residents

# Name Date of Joining
1 Dr. Aayushi Rani 10-3-2022
2 Dr. Hemant 26-04-2022
3 Dr. Alisha Katwal 10-3-2022
4 Dr. Chandani 4-6-2022
5 Dr. Ishita 4-6-2022
6 Dr. Anil 4-6-2022
7 Dr. Aryan 3-06-2022
8 Dr. Akanksha Sharma 10-3-2022
9 Dr. Neeru 10-3-2022
10 Dr. M.Jothi 09-11-2022
11 Dr. Joshva 02-11-2022
12 Dr Vivek Sharma 30-11-2022
13 Dr Elika Sharma 10-11-2022
14 Dr Divya 28-11-2022
15 Dr Supriya 28-11-2022
16 Dr Neha 28-11-2022
17 Dr Rovie 29-11-2022
18 Dr Asma 23-11-2022
19 Dr Abhinay 30-11-2022
20 Dr Vaishnav 17-01-2023
21 Dr Gurvinder 8-12-2022
22 Dr Athira 31-10-2022
23 Dr Gandharv Singh 11-9-2023
24 Dr Esha 5-9-2023
25 Dr Manisha 6-9-2023
26 Dr Akshay Kumar 5-9-2023
27 Dr Kavya S 4-12-2023
28 Dr Pallavi 23-10-2023
29 Dr Shabnam Guleria 4-9-2023
30 Dr Shweta Bhatia 5-9-2023
31 Dr Abhishek Thakur 6-9-2023
32 Dr Ankita 5-10-2023
33 Dr Gaurav Rana 5-9-2023
34 Dr Vishal Gorya 26-10-2023
35 Dr Chaya Singour 21-10-2023

Emergency duty roster


B.Sc. in Anaesthesia and OT-Techniques


# Name Number of labs

Competency based under graduate curriculum

Competency Based UG Curriculum

Department Highlights (Past 5 Years)

Research Work:

To evaluate and compare the skin epidural depth in sitting position as assessed by USG versus epidural depth equation and correlation with body mass index in patients scheduled for orthopaedic surgery under lumbar epidural block. (Dr. Mohini garg GUIDE: Dr. Shelly Rana, CO-GUIDE: Dr. Versha Verma)

To study the effect of vedic chants in laboringparturients with ambulatory epidural labor analgesia. (Dr. Shelly GUIDE: Dr. Bharti Gupta, CO-GUIDE: Dr. Shyam Bhandari)

Dose response relationship of local anaesthetic to hemidiaphragmatic paralysis following ultrasound guided supraclavicular brachial plexus block. A randomized controlled trial. ( Dr. Radhika sharma GUIDE: Dr. Shelly Rana, CO-GUIDE: Dr. Dheeraj Singha)

Comparative study of conventional orogastric tube insertion with reverse sellick’s technique in patients undergoing laparoscopic cholecystectomy under general anaesthesia. (Dr. Uravashi nautiyal, GUIDE: Dr. R.K. Verma, CO-GUIDE: Dr. Shyam Bhandari)

To study the prevalence, aetiology and associated risk factors for low back pain at a tertiary level institute of sub Himalayan area. (Dr. Nandini sharma GUIDE: Dr. R.K. Verma, CO-GUIDE: Dr. Bharti Gupta)

The analgesic efficacy of 4 in 1 blocks with bupivacaine in combination with dexmedetomidine in two doses- a prospective randomized trial. ( Dr. Isha khan GUIDE: Dr. Jai Singh, CO-GUIDE: Dr. Versha Verma )

Assessment of the preoperative stress, anxiety and predictive factors in patients undergoing elective surgery under regional and general anaesthesia. (Dr. Nishita kaushal GUIDE: Dr. Bharti Gupta, CO-GUIDE: Dr. Shelly Rana )

A comparative evaluation of change in intra cuff pressure using ambuauragain in trendelberg position and reverse trendelberg position in patients undergoing laparoscopic surgery. (Dr. Poonam GUIDE: Dr. Jai Singh, CO-GUIDE: Dr. Dheeraj Singha)

A comparative evaluation of changes in intracuff pressure using blockbuster supraglottic airway device in trendelberg position and reverse trendelberg position in patients undergoing laparoscopic surgery. (Dr. Nidhi Thakur GUIDE: Dr. Shyam Bhandari, CO-GUIDE: Dr. Dheeraj Singha)

Assessment of incidence, degree of hemi diaphragmatic paralysis and predictive factors following us guided supraclavicular and interscalene brachial plexus block- a prospective observational study. (Dr. Maninder Nehria GUIDE: Dr Shelly Rana, CO-GUIDE: Dr. Shyam Bhandari)

Comparison of three different techniques of i-gel insertion i.e. Standard, rotational, triple airway maneuver in anaesthetised paralysed adult- a prospective randomised trial. (Dr.Neetiksha GUIDE: Dr. Versha Verma, CO-GUIDE: Dr. Aman Thakur)

To study and compare the dimensions and respiratory variations on internal jugular vein and inferior vena cava in stable cardiac and non-cardiac patients- a prospective observational study.( Dr Maninder Raizada, GUIDE: Dr. Jai Singh, CO-GUIDE: Dr. Shyam Bhandari)

A Study for comparative evaluation of effect on endotracheal cuff pressure by using intracuff alkalinised 1% lignocaine and 2% Lignocaine gel application around endotracheal cuff and thereafter Extubation quality in smokers undergoing general anaesthesia. (Dr. Latesh Saphiya,GUIDE: Dr Dheeraj Singha, CO-GUIDE: Dr Nanish Sharma)

Publication List:

Sharma S, Bhardwaj V, Sharma S, Rana S. Dexamethasone to decrease post - anesthesia sore throat (POST) and hoarseness- which is the most effective route: intravenous, topical or nebulization? A prospective randomized trial.Ain - Sham Journal of Anaesthesiology 2021;13:26

A comparative study of buprenorphine in two different doses as an adjuvant to levobupivacaine in US-guided lumbar plexus block for postoperative analgesia .Authors:Vaibhav Tulsyan, Jai Singh, Lokesh Thakur, Versha Verma* and Ashish Minhas Ain-Shams Journal of Anesthesiology 2021; 13:7

Vatika Bhardwaj, Dheeraj Singha, Anshit Pathania, Usha Chaudhary,Sudarshan C. Comparing Different Doses of Dexmedetomidine in Attenuating Extubation Response in Hypertensive Patients Undergoing Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy. Bali Journal of Anesthesiology 2021; 5 :2

Sharma N, Wig J, Mahajan S, Chauhan R, Mohanty M, Bhagat H. Comparison of postoperative cognitive dysfunction with the use of propofol versus desflurane in patients undergoing surgery for clipping of aneurysm after subarachnoid hemorrhage. Surg Neurol Int 2020;11:174

Sharma I,Rana S,Choudhary B,DhimanT,SharmaS,Kumar M.Comparative analgesic efficacy of intravenous vs intrathecal dexmedetomidine in subarachnoid block for below knee orthopaedic surgery.Indian J Anaesth 2020;64:463-9

Jitender Thakur, Bharti Gupta*, Amit Gupta, Ravinder Kumar Verma, Anita Verma, Payal Shah .A prospective randomized study to compare dexmedetomidine and dexamethasone as an adjunct to bupivacaine in transversus abdominis plane block for post-operative analgesia in caesarean delivery.International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception, Obstetrics and Gynecology 2019;12 : 4904-08

Bharati Gupta, Amit Gupta, R. K. Verma, Payal Shah Gupta B et al Comparative study of dexmedetomidine and clonidine as an adjunct to levobupivacaine in transversus abdominis plane block in patients undergoing total abdominal hysterectomy: a randomized control study. Int J Reprod Contracept Obstet Gynecol. 2019;8(10):3991-95

Rana S, Gupta B, Verma A, Awasthi H. Ultrasound-assisted subarachnoid block in obese parturient: Need of the hour. Saudi J Anaesth 2020;14:228-30.

Goyal VD, Rana S. Mediastinal shift towards postpnemonectomy space in the early postoperative period and its management by simple technique of air insufflation. Lung India2019;36:254-6.

Thakur A, Sharma C, Kumar B, Ranaut A, Bhardwaj D, Rana S. Analgesic efficacy of intraperitoneal vs intravenous dexmedetomidine as adjuvant to levobupivacaine0.25% in laparoscopic cholecystectomy under general Anaesthesia. Int J Med Anesthesiol 2020;3:255-60.

Gupta B, Gupta A, Verma RK, Shah P. Comparative study of dexmedetomidine and clonidine as an adjunct to levobupivacaine in transversus abdominis plane block in patients undergoing total abdominal hysterectomy: a randomized control study. Int J Reprod Contracept Obstet Gynecol 2019;8:3991-5.

Kaushal S, Thakut S, Sharma BR, et al. Cross-sectional study of knowledge and practices about contraception in north Indian population: Is it time to change focus? Ind Obs Gynae 2019, 9:30-3.

Thakur J, Gupta B, Gupta A, Verma RK, Verma A, Shah P. A prospective randomized study to compare dexmedetomidine and dexamethasone as an adjunct to bupivacaine in transversus abdominis plane block for post-operative analgesia in caesarean delivery. Int J Reprod Contracept Obstet Gynecol 2019;8:4903-8.

Koundal V, Rana S, Thakur R, Chauhan V et al. The usefulness of point of care ultrasound (POCUS) in preanaesthetic airway assessment. Indian J Anaesth 2019, 63:1022-8.

Thakur J, Gupta B, Gupta A, Verma RK, Verma A, Shah P. A prospective randomized study to compare dexmedetomidine and dexamethasone as an adjunct to bupivacaine in transversus abdominis plane block for post-operative analgesia in caesarean delivery. Int J Reprod Contracept Obstet Gynecol 2019;8:4903-8.

Gupta B, Gupta A, Verma RK, Shah P. Comparative study of dexmedetomidine and clonidine as an adjunct to levobupivacaine in transversus abdominis plane block in patients undergoing total abdominal hysterectomy: a randomized control study. Int J Reprod Contracept Obstet Gynecol 2019;8:3991-5.

Mahajan SR, Mahajan M, Chaudhary UK, Kumar S. Evaluation of Baska Mask Performance in Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy. IOSR Journ. of Den. & Med. Sci. 2018:

Gupta K, Dayal PD, Bhandari S, et al. Is it time to rethink about protocols for managing intraoperative serum potassium and blood glucose levels during off-pump coronary artery bypass surgery?. The Egyptian Journal of Cardiothoracic Anesthesia. 2018: 12. 17. 10.4103/ejca.ejca_10_18.

Thakur S, Bhandari S, Bhadoria P, Chittra, Kohli A, Kaushal S. To Evaluate The Clinical Efficacy of Total Intravenous Anaesthesia in Paediatric Laparoscopic Surgery-Prospective, Randomized, Control Trial.2018: 10.21276/aimdr.2018.4.6.AN5.

Bhandari S, Singh J, Verma V, Singh G. A Comparative Study On Post-Operative Analgesia With Clonidine And Dexmedetomidine As An Adjuvant To Ropivacaine Under Ultrasound Guided Fascia Iliaca Compartment Block In Patients Scheduled For Hip And Femur Surgeries: A Randomized, Double Blind, Control Trial.2018:10.21276/aimdr.2018.4.5.AN3.

Rana S, Verma V, Bhandari S, Sharma S, Koundal V, Chaudhary SK. Point-of-care ultrasound in the airway assessment: A correlation of ultrasonography-guided parameters to the Cormack–Lehane Classification. Saudi J Anaesth 2018;12:292-6.

Kumar A, Chaudhary UK, Kansal D, Rana S, Sharma V, Kumar P. Comparison of intravenous Magnesium Sulphate with intrathecal Magnesium Sulphate for post- operative analgesia in orthopaedic patients undergoing extracapsular hip fracture surgery. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol 2017;6:159-66.

Singha D, Sood P, Thakur A, Chaudhary SK. Management of mismatched blood transfusion reaction by forced alkaline dieresis. International Journal of Current Research. 2017:9, (05), 50465-50467.

Devra V, Gupta B, Chaudhary SK et al. A randomised controlled trial to compare two different doses of dexmedetomidine as an adjunct to ropivacaine in epidural analgesia for hip surgeries. Sch. J. App. Med. Sci., 2017; 5(6C):2256-2262.

Sharma E, Gupta B, Verma RK, Devra V. Block characteristics of different doses of intrathecal dexmedetomidine when combined with low dose heavy bupivacaine for gynecological surgeries : a double blind , randomised comparative study. Sch. J. App. Med. Sci.,2017:5:2286-94.

Gupta B, Verma RK, Kumar S, Chaudhary G. Comparison of Analgesic Efficacy of Dexmedetomidine and Midazolam as Adjuncts to Lignocaine for Intravenous Regional Anesthesia. Anesth Essays Res. 2017;11(1):62–66.

Syal K, Goyal A, Singh S, Bhandari S, Chittra. Haemodynamic Response to Tracheal Intubation: A Comparison of Direct Laryngoscopy, Intubating Laryngeal Mask Airway and Lightwand Guided Intubation Techniques. Ann. Int. Med. Den. Res. 2017;3(S1):14-20.

Prakash S, Mullick P, Bhandari S, Kumar A, Gogia AR, Singh R. Sternomental distance and sternomental displacement as predictors of difficult laryngoscopy and intubation in adult patients. Saudi J Anaesth 2017;11:273-8.

Chittra, Dogra RK, Sood A, Bhandari S, Thakur A, Gurnal P. Comparative, Randomized, Prospective, Double Blinded, Evaluation of Epidural Ropivacaine with Dexmedetomidine or Fentanyl as Adjuvants in Patients Undergoing Total Abdominal Hystrectomy. Ann. Int. Med. Den. Res. 2017;3(S1):56-61.

Singh J, Verma V, Pathania A, Thakur A, Sood P.Comparative Evaluation of Magnesium as an Adjuvant To 0.5% Bupivacaine and 0.5% Ropivacaine In Ultrasound Guided Interscalene Brachial Plexus Block. Annals of International medical and Dental Research. 2017:3. 10.21276/aimdr.2017.3.4.AN6.

Rana S, Singha D, Kumar S, Singh Y, Singh J, Verma R K. Efficacy of magnesium sulphate and/or fentanyl as adjuvants to intrathecal low-dose bupivacaine in parturients undergoing elective caesarean section. J Obstet Anaesth Crit Care 2017;7:20-5.

Verma V, Rana S, Chaudhary SK, Singh J, Verma RK, Sood S. A dose-finding randomised controlled trial of magnesium sulphate as an adjuvant in ultrasound-guided supraclavicular brachial plexus block. Indian J Anaesth. 2017;61(3):250–255.

Thakur A, Singh J, Kumar S, Rana S, Sood P, Verma V. Efficacy of Dexmedetomidine in two Different Doses as an Adjuvant to Lignocaine in Patients Scheduled for Surgeries under Axillary Block. J Clin Diagn Res. 2017;11(4):UC16–UC21. doi:10.7860/JCDR/2017/23540.9678

Chaudhary SK, Verma RK, Rana S, Singh J, Gupta B, Singh Y. Ultrasound-guided femoro-sciatic nerve block for post-operative analgesia after below knee orthopaedic surgeries under subarachnoid block: Comparison between clonidine and dexmedetomidine as adjuvants to levobupivacaine. Indian J Anaesth 2016;60:484-90.

Chaudhary SK, Verma RK, Rana S, Singh J, Danesh A. Magnesium sulfate at two different doses as an adjuvant to bupivacaine in infraumblical (below knee) orthopedic surgeries under spinal anesthesia. Ain-Shams Journal of Anaesthesiology. 2016:9. 10.4103/1687-7934.189098.

Chaudhary SK, Verma RK, Rana S, Singh J, Danesh A. Magnesium sulfate at two different doses as an adjuvant to bupivacaine in infraumblical (below knee) orthopedic surgeries under spinal anesthesia. Ain-Shams Journal of Anaesthesiology. 2016: 9. 416. 10.4103/1687-7934.189571.

Rana S, Verma RK, Singh J, Chaudhary SK, Chandel A. Magnesium sulphate as an adjuvant to bupivacaine in ultrasound-guided transversus abdominis plane block in patients scheduled for total abdominal hysterectomy under subarachnoid block. Indian J Anaesth. 2016;60(3):174–179.

Singh J, Verma V, Sood P, Thakur A, Rana S, Thakur L. Midazolam as an adjunct to lignocaine at two different doses in ultrasound-guided supraclavicular brachial plexus block: a randomized controlled trial. Ain-Shams Journal of Anaesthesiology. 2016: 9. 549. 10.4103/1687-7934.198248.

Singh J, Singha D, Verma RK, Singh SS, Bhandari S, Thakur A. Estimation of Serum Potassium in Patients Undergoing Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy. annals of international medical and dental research.2016. 2. 15-20.

Singha D, Singh J, Bhandari S. A Comparative Analysis of Epidural Butorphanol and Fentanyl for Post-Operative Analgesia in Lower Abdominal Surgeries. Int J Med Res Prof. 2016, 2(2); 25-32.

Departmental Activities

Dr Jai Singh (Professor & Head), Dr Shelly Rana (Professor) underwent curriculum Implementation Support Programme (CSIP) training

Dr Shelly Rana (Professor), Dr Dheeraj Singha (Associate Professor), Dr Shyam Bhandari (Associate Professor), Dr Aman Thakur (Assistant Professor) successfully cleared Basic course in Biomedical Research (ICMR)

Dr Jai Singh (Professor & Head), Dr Shelly Rana (Professor), Dr Bharti Gupta (Associate Professor), Dr Shyam Bhandari (Associate Professor as part of RBCW Faculty) underwent ATCOM and (Revised Basic Course Workshop) training

ISA Branch of HP Chapter was inaugurated and was also registered

NELS Training

COLS (Compression Only Life Support) Training to bystanders.


HP Chapter of ISACON organised on 30-31 March in 2024

8th HP Chapter of ISACON organised in 2021

8th HP Chapter of ISACON will be organised in 2020

ISA Branch of HP Chapter to be inaugurated