Baroda Medical College

Baroda Medical College
Baroda Medical College
Established 1949
Type State University[1]
Endowment INR 13.4 million as yearly grant from Government[2]
Dean Leuva A.T, MD
Academic staff 318
Students 900 approx.
600 under-graduates
300 post-graduates or residents
180 fresh students entering in 1st year MBBS each year
Location Vadodara (Baroda), Gujarat, India
Campus Urban
Website www.medicalcollegebaroda.edu.in

Medical College, Baroda is the medical educational institution for under-graduate and post-graduate medical studies under the Faculty of Medicine of Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda. It is located in the Raopura area at Vadodara, India. It is primariliy affiliated with Sir Sayajirao General Hospital. The College was established in 1949 and is considered among the first series of medical schools established after India became independent nation.

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Mission

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  • To empower the students for the state of the art
– competent clinical practice with accurate and advanced knowledge
– appropriate community based general practice
– managerial and clinical skills for the national programs
  • At the end of the graduation, the students should be able to
– perform general practice with holistic approach demonstrating complete understanding of human behavior
– independently run all the health programs at the Primary Health Center level besides clinical care
– handle the situation of disasters and epidemics when required

History

Envisaged by the late His Highness Sir Sayajirao Gaekwad III as a seat of learning, Medical College Baroda and Shri Sayajirao General (SSG) Hospital was founded in the city of Vadodara by the late Maharaja of Baroda, Major General Sir Pratapsingh Gaekwad Jan 1946. Due to the efforts of Dr. Jivraj Mehta, the then Advisor to Government of India and Bombay State on Baroda matters, the ground floor was completed in the year 1949. Dr. M. D. D. Guilder, the Health Minister of Bombay State, inaugurated it on 16 June 1949. The first class was 40 students. For initial development, the institute was entrusted to Late D. A. N. Deodars – the first Dean and Medical Superintendent of S. S. G. Hospital. The first final MBBS examination was held in April 1954. The Medical Council of India and General Medical Council of Britain recognized the degree awarded. The illustrious ruler of Baroda Late Sir Sayajirao Gaekwad III initiated medical aid to the public of Baroda by starting a few bedded hospital – Dufferin hospital at Varasia in 1865. That hospital was later expanded to the present S. S. G. Hospital with capacity of 1500 indoor admissions.

As Baroda changed its status from lethargic and beautiful “Pensioners Paradise” to “Industrial City” with Gujarat Refinery and Gujarat State Fertilizer Company coming up, the Medical College and S. S. G. Hospital, also changed in terms of student intake, departments addition, increased facilities and the number of beds. Now the medical college houses the Departments of Medicine, Social and Preventive Medicine, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Physiology, Anatomy, Pathology, Pharmacology, Forensic medicine, Blood bank, Cytogenetic Laboratory and Ayurvedic Research Unit. Encircling the main college buildings there are separate buildings which house postmortem room, the physiotherapy college, Departments of Surgery, Pediatrics, Orthopedic, Skin & V. D., Psychiatry and Obstetrics and Gynecology, Radiology, Radiotherapy and Urology.

Baroda medical College completed 60 years in 2009 since its starting in 1949.

Teaching affiliates

  • Sir Sayajirao General Hospital Baroda
  • Community Health Center, Padra

Apart from these hospitals, the students can rotate through various hospitals for their internship training.

Dean – Medical College Baroda: Dr. A.T Leuva

Dean – Faculty of Medicine M.S.University of Baroda: Dr. A.T Leuva

Dean of Students – Faculty of Medicine M.S.University of Baroda: :Dr. D.D. Duttaroy.

Medical Superintendent – S.S.G.Hospital Baroda: Dr.Rajeev Daveshwar

Departments

Following different departments[3] are available:

Department of Anesthesiology
 Head:Professor Mrs. V. N. Swadia
Department of Anatomy
 Head:Professor swati Atrekar
Department of Biochemistry
 Head:Professor Habiba Sirajiwala
Department of Forensic Medicine
Department of Medicine: 6 Units
 Head: Professor Nivedita Mehta
       Professor R. K.Chavda
Department of Microbiology
Head: Professor Tanuja Javadekar
Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology
Head: Professor H.L. Pagi
Department of Ophthalmology.
 Head: Professor Niyant Pandya
Department of Orthopedics: 3 Units
 Head: Professor Rajiv Daveshwar
Department of Otorhinolaryngology (ENT)
 Head: Professor Ranjan Aiyer
Department of Paediatrics
Head: Professor Bakul Javadekar
Department of Pathology
 Head: Professor Smita Patel.
       Professor Amrish Shah
Department of Pharmacology
Head:Professor S. C Hotchandani
Department of Physiology
Head:Professor Elvi Oomen
Department of Plastic Surgery
Head:Associate Professor Kinnari Vyas
Department of Preventive and Social Medicine
Head:Professor Vihang Mazumdar.
     Professor R.K. Baxi
Department of Psychiatry
 Head: Professor Porus Vesuna
Department of Radiology
Head: Professor Dr Prakash A. Vohra.
       
Department of Radiotherapy
Head: Professor Vimal Batra
Department of Skin and Venereal Diseases
 Head:Professor Yogesh Marfatia
Department of Surgery: 6 Surgical Units
 Head: Professor Virsing P Hathila.
       Professor Dipesh Duttaroy

Courses offered

The college admits a class of 180 students for the MBBS program annually. This is a 4.5 years of training program equivalent to MD degree in the US and Canada.

The college also provides post graduate education[4] in the following areas:

  • MD in Medicine, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Psychiatry, Radiology, Physiology, Pathology, Microbiology, Pharmacology,Preventive and Social Medicine.
  • MS in General Surgery, Ophthalmology, ENT, Orthopedics and Anatomy
  • MCh in Plastic Surgery
  • Diploma in Anesthesiology, ENT, Pediatrics, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Skin & Venereal Diseases, Pathology, Radiology, Ophthalmology,Public Health(PSM)
  • MSc in Pharmacology, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Anatomy, Physiology
  • All the departments are recognized for PhD training programs.

Medical College, and affiliated SSG Hospital, also serve as a nodal training center by providing continuing education to physicians and health care staff in the state health department. It is a major reproductive and maternal health training center.

Admissions

The college follows the universally recognized quota system in the admission. Annual intake is 180 students who usually start in the month of September. Out of the total, about 15% come after passing the All India Entrance Examination, 49% from the combined reservation for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Socially and Educationally Backward Castes while 2% seats are reserved for students with disabilities. The rest are from Gujarat State and the Central Board and as per merit calculated from marks obtained in Board examination.

Medical College:-

  • 1st MBBS 1 yr duration
Anatomy, Biochemistry, Physiology, Preventive and Social Medicine (PSM)
  • 2nd MBBS 1½ yr duration
Pathology, Microbiology, Pharmacology, Forensic medicine, PSM
  • 3rd MBBS 2 yr duration
Medicine and allied, Surgery and allied, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Pediatrics, PSM

From 2nd MBBS i.e. the 3rd semester, the students rotate through various clinical branches for a total of 142 weeks. A year after the beginning of the 3rd MBBS, the part – 1 examinations in ENT, Ophthalmology, and PSM subjects are conducted.

Passing in the 2nd MBBS is essential for appearing in the Part 1 – 3rd MBBS and passing in the part- I of 3rd MBBS is essential for appearing in part- II of 3rd MBBS. This part includes Medicine, Surgery Orthopedics, Pediatrics and Obstetrics & Gynecology. This is followed by one year of rotating internship divisible into 3 months in Medicine and allied subjects, 3 months in Surgery and allied subjects, 3 months in Obstetrics & Gynecology and 3 months in a rural setting of primary and secondary level health centers.

Major research projects

  • Adolescent Friendly Health Care Provision, supported by the WHO
  • Adolescent Anemia Control Program, supported by the UNICEF
  • Client & Provider’s Perspective for Injectable Contraceptives, supported by the UNFPA
  • Fortified food intervention in Three districts, supported by the Micronutrient Initiative
  • Tobacco use among slum dwellers
  • Diabetes and Hypertension studies for Sachivalya employees.
  • CRASH-2 Clinical Trial in Collaboration with The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine LSHTM

Selected publications

1. Desai P, Patel B, Hazra M: Hydatid Cyst causing obstructed labour: Jr. of O. & G. of India: Vol. 35:No. 2: April, 1985. Pg. 411.

2. Desai P, Udvani H: Unusual case of rupture uterus: Jr. of O. & G. of India: Vol 38 : No. 3 : June 1988. Pg. 371.

3. Desai P, Udvani H H; Sexuality in Pregnancy: Jr. of O. & G. of India: Vol. 38, No. 5, Oct., 1988, pg. 538–41.

4. Desai P, Chandrasekhar G, Udvani H H, Hazra M: Preeclampsia of early onset : Jr. of O. & G. of India :Vol. 38 : No. 5 : Oct. 1988, pg. 548.

5. Desai P, Hazra M, Trivedi L: Pregnancy Outcome in short statured women: Jr. of Indian Medical Association : Vol. 86 : Jan. 1989, No. 1.

6. Sex and Pregnancy: Gujarat Med. Jr. :Vol 32 : May 1988, pg. 164. 7. Changing trends in sterilization acceptors over a decade: Proceedings of The International Conference of Voluntary Sterilization & Family Welfare.

8. Comparison of Cryo versus cautery in management of being lesions of cervix : Jr. of O. & G. of India : Vol 39, No. 6 : Dec., 1989.

9. Desai R, Desai P, Hazra M: Prognosis of pregnancy after threatened abortion: Jr. O. & G. of India  : Vol. 40, No. 2 : April, 1990, pg. 196.

10. Desai P, Hegde K, Hazra M: Adolescents’ menstruation: Perceptions and practices: Jr. of O & G. of India: Vol. 40, No. 1, Pg. 259–61, Feb 1990 11. Hegde K, Desai P, Hazra M: Adolescent’s Menstrual Patterns: Jr. of O. & G. of India : Vol. 40, No.2 April 1990. Pg. 269.

12. Patel G N, Desai P, Hazra M: Conceptions and Menstrual patterns after Norplant: Jr. of O. & G. of India: Vol. 41, No.4, Pg. 514–7, Aug., 1991.

13. Desai P, Pandya P: Surgical Conservation in Prolapse : Jr. of O. & G. of India : Vol 41, No.4, Pg. 528–32, Aug., 1991.

14. R.S.A. : Current Concepts : Indian Jr. Clinical Practice. : Vol 3, No. 6 : pg. 13, Nov., 1992.

15. Brahmbhatt P, Desai P, Hazra M: Intrapartum scoring system for predication of obstetric outcome: How much effective: Jr. of O. & G. of India: Vol 42, No.1 pg. 47: Feb., 1992.

16. Desai P, Brahmbhatt P, Desai M: Uncanalyzed anal stump leading to non-progressive labor in a patient with functioning colostomy : Jr. O. & G. India : Vol 42, No.1, pg., 103, Feb, 1992.

17. Desai P, Hazra M: Evaluation of the efficacy of Boer-Miesel’s prognostication system in predicting the pregnancy outcome in patients treated for hydrosalpinx: Jr. O. & G. of India: Vol 42, No.5, pg. 447–50, Oct., 1992.

18. Desai P, Hazra M: Micro teaching sessions in obstetrics & Gynecology : Jr. O. & G. of India : Vol. 42, No. 5 pg. 451–5, Oct., 1992.

19. Desai P, Desai M: Concurrent Tubal and intrauterine pregnancy: Jr. O. & G. India : Vol. 42, No.5, Pg. 535–6, Oct., 1992.

20. Desai P, Shrinivasan V, Hazra M: Understanding the emotions of infertile couple: Jr. O. & G. of India: Vol. 42, No.5 pg. 498–503, Oct., 1992. 21. Desai P, Hazra M: Pregnancy outcome in clomiphene induced patients: Jr. O. & G. of India: Vol 42, No.6 : Pg. 730–3, Dec, 1992. 22. Desai P, Desai M: Fox Fordyce disease: A rare premenstrual cutaneous change: Jr. of O & G. of India, Vol 42, No. 6, Pg. 860–1, Dec. 1992 23. Desai P, Jadeja H B, Hazra M: Evaluation of different attributes of abnormal G. T. T. in Pregnancy: Jr. O. & G. of India: Vol 43, No.1, Pg. 15–19, Feb, 1993. 24. Jadeja H B, Desai P, Hazra M: Perinatal outcome in babies born to mothers with abnormally high maternal glucose levels: Jr. of O. & G. of India : Vol 43, No.1, Pg. 20–3, Feb., 1993.

25. Desai P, Hazra M: Improving pregnancy rates in clomiphene failures : Jr. of India : Vol. 43, No.1 Pg. 72–5: Feb., 1993.

26. Desai P, Hazra M: Tubal infertility: Reappraisal of etiology : Jr. O. & G. of India : Vol. 42, No.1, Pg. 76–8: Feb, 1993.

27. Desai P, Jadeja H B, Badheka H, Hazra M: Patterns of Blood and Urine Sugar levels in Diabetic and Non-diabetic pregnancies: Jr. O. & G. of India: Vol 43, No.2, Pg. 147–50, April, 1993.

28. Desai P, Desai M, Desai M R, Hazra M: Cytopathology of Uterine cervix in IUCD users: Jr. O. & G. India: Vol. 43, No.2, Pg. 267–70, April, 1993.

29. Desai P: Teaching O. & G. without a teacher: through group discussion: Jr. O. & G. of India :Vol. 43. No.1, Pg. 315–9, June 1993.

30. Desai P, Desai M, Hazra M: Obstetric Outcome in patients with spontaneous abortions: Jr. O. & G. India: Vol. 43, No. 3, Pg. 324–7, June 1993.

31. Desai P, Desai M, Desai M R, Hazra M: Cytopathology of uterine cervix using the Bethesda System in 2800 screened individuals: Jr. O. & G. of India: Vol 43, No. 3, pg. 403–7, June 1993.

32. Motwani U, Desai P, Hazra M: Evaluation of risk approach based scoring system & U.S.G. in predication of IUGR: Jr. O. & G. India : vol 43, No. 3, pg. 655–9, Oct., 1993.

33. Desai P: Comparison of double puncture versus single puncture diag. Laparoscopy in infertility work up : Jr. O. & G. of India :Vol 43, No. 3, Pg. 788–90, Oct., 1993.

34. Desai P, Desai M, Hazra M: Effect of Tobacco, Pan Masala and betel leaf consumption on semen quality: Jr. O. & G. of India : Vol 43, No. 5, Pg. 797–9, Oct., 1993.

35. Desai P : Burns in pregnancy : An experience of a decade : Jr. O. & G. of India : Vol 43, No. 6 Pg. 867–70, Dec., 1993.

36. Desai P, Desai M, Hazra M: Hypergonadotropic Hypogonadism : A frustrating experience: Jr. O. & G. of India : Vol 43, No.6, Pg. 956-9, Dec., 1993.

37. Desai P, Desai M, Hazra M: Effect of administering Clomiphene citrate from day 3 instead of day 5 of menstrual cycle: Jr. of O & G. of India, Vol 43, No. 6, Pg 960 -2, Dec 1993

38. Desai P, Desai M, Hazra M: Pretreatment with CC for reduction in HMG requirements: Jr. O. & G. of India : Vol 44, No.1, Pg. 118–21, Feb., 1994.

39. Desai M, Desai P: Do mothers with hemoglobinopathic anemia require iron supplementation during pregnancy : Jr. O. & G. India : Vol 44, No.2, Pg. 177–80, April 1994.

40. Desai P, Desai M: Puerperal morbidity spectrum in mothers with hemoglobinopathic anemia: Jr. O. & G. of India : Vol 44, No: 2, Pg. 231–4: April 1994.

41. Desai M, Desai P: Distinct clinical spectrum in mothers with hemoglobinopathy: Jr. O. & G. of India: Vol 44, No.4, Pg. 502–6: Aug, 1994.

42. Desai P, Bharadwaj R, Badheka H, Desai M: Evaluation of two most widely used clinical methods of diagnosing intra-partum fetal distress: Jr. O. & G. India : Vol. 44, No 4, pg. 512–7, Aug., 1994.

43. Desai P : Tutoring Obstetrics & Gyn.: Jr. O. & G. of India : Vol 44, No. 4, pg. 571–6, Aug., 1994.

44. Clomiphene Citrate: Understanding the OM of infertility treatment: Proceedings of the III National Conference of IAHR.

45. Desai P, Desai M, Modi D: Preeclampsia of early onset: Recurrence risks and long term effects: Jr. O. & G. of India Vol. 44, No.6, Pg. 855–9, Dec, 1994.

46. Desai P: Teaching first caesarean section: Jr. O. & G. of India: Vol. 45. No. 1, Pg. 78–84, Feb., 1995.

47. Desai P, Joshi H, Desai M: Normoestrogenic premature ovarian failure: Aberration of negative feedback mechanism: Jr. O. & G. of India: Vol 45, No.1, Pg. 90–2, Feb. 1995.

48. Desai P, Manjunath A P, Desai M: Unusual ovarian involvement in multiple primary malignancy; No.1 Pg. 143–4 : Feb. 1995.

49. Desai P, Desai M, Manjunath A P: Effectivity of HCG administration in cases with history of repeated spontaneous abortions: Jr. of O & G. of India: Vol 45, No.2, Pg. 169–172, April 1995.

50. Desai P, Manjunath A P, Desai M: Increasing CS rate: does it really improve maternal and perinatal outcome?: Jr. of O & G. of India, Vol 45, No. 3, Pg. 361–4, June, 1995.

51. Bharadwaj R, Desai M, Desai P: Low dose aspirin in prevention of IUGR: A double blind prospective randomized case controlled study: Jr. of O & G. of India, Vol. 45, No. 4, Pg. 445–8, Aug. 1994

52. Desai P, Badheka H, Desai M, Modi D: Two decades of I. P. V. in a teaching hospital: Any change?: Jr. of O & G. of India: Vol. 45, No. 4, Pg. 716–21, Oct 1995

53. Desai P, Badheka H, Barbhaiya M, Desai M, Modi D: Changes in perinatal outcome due to magnesium sulphate in eclampsia: Jr. of O & G. of India: Vol 45, No. 6, Pg. 732–5, Dec 1995

54. Desai P, Badheka H, Barbhaiya M, Desai M, Modi D: Effect of magnesium sulphate in changing the maternal outcome associated with eclampsia: Jr of O. & G. of India: Vol 46, Pg 20 – 25, No. 1, Feb 1996

55. Desai P, Desai M, Modi D: Post coital test in cycles of spontaneous conception: Vol. 56, Pg 120- 123, No. 1, Feb 1996

56. Desai P, Desai M, Modi D: Incremental doses of clomiphene citrate in hypothalamic anovulation. Jr. O. & G. of India. Pg 501 Vol. 46, 1996 57. Kubavat B, Desai P, Desai M, Modi D: Preoperative presence of clue cells as a predictor of post operative infectious morbidities: Jr. of O & G. of India: Vol: 46, No. 1, Pg. 137 – 140, Feb 1996

58. Joshi H, Desai M, Desai P, Modi D: Fetal bearings of Histopathological changes in placentae of mothers with severe and moderate anemia: Jr. of O & G. of India, Vol 46, No. 1, Pg. 12 – 15, Feb. 1996

59. Postponing the need of laparoscopy in routine infertility work up Desai P, Manjunath A.P. , Desai M, Modi D, Jr. of Obst. & Gynecology of India. Pg 87, Vol. 47: 1997.

60. Methotrexate in the management of repeat third ectopic pregnancy: Desai P, Desai M, Modi D., Jr. of Obst. & Gynecology of India. Pg 107, Vol 47, 1997.

61. Recurrent spontaneous abortion of immunological cause. A case for work up after 2 losses, Jr. of Obst. & Gynecology of India. Desai P, Desai M, Modi D: Pg 303, Vol. 47, 1997.

62. Pre-eclampsia remote from term and A. P. A. syndrome: Examining the association: Jr. of Obst. & Gynecology of India. Pg 484, Vol. 47, 1997.

63. P. A. Syndrome and recurrent missed abortions & Still births: Desai P, Anand R, : Jr. of Obst.& Gyn. Of India. Pg. 28, Vol. 48, No.7, 1998.

64. Barbhaiya M, Desai M, Desai P, Sheth M, Modi D: Prospective evaluation of changes in Bishop Score in induction of labour with PGE2 gel: Jr. of O & G. of India, Vol 48, No. 2, Pg. 47–50, April 1998

65. To what extent is repeat testing necessary for diagnosis of A. P. A. syndrome. Desai P, Desai M, Jr. O. & G. of India. Pg. 48, Vol. 48, No. 4, August 1998.

66. Desai P, Patel S, Desai M: Full time live broad ligament pregnancy: Jr. of O & G. of India, Vol. 48, No.4, Pg. 84, Aug 1998

67. Recurrent Pregnancy Loss: Congress Pearls, Proceedings of the 42nd. AICOG. Hyderabad; Dec. 1998

68. Desai P, Patel P, Modi D: Prospective Evaluation Of SPIA technique in pregnancy test: Jr. O. & G. of India: Vol. 49, No. 1, pg. 48, Feb. 1999

69. Manjunath A. P. Desai M, Desai P, Modi D: Value of sonography in evaluation of gynecological pelvic masses: Jr. of O & G. of India: Vol. 49 No. 3, Pg. 60 – 64, June 1999

70. HCG: Newer applications and current understanding: Asian Journal of Obst. & Gyn. Practice; Invitation paper: Vol.3 No.2, Pg. 21 May 1999. 71. Thrombophilia In Pregnancy: Obst. & Gyne. Today, Vol.3 No.2, Pg. 21 May 1999

72. Autoimmunity of Pre-eclampsia remote from term: Obst. & Gynec. Communications: Vol.1, No.4, Pg.21, 1999

73. Desai P, Ravat C: Pelvic Infections in the adolescents: Jr. O. & G. of India: vol. 49, No. 6, pg. 90, Dec. 1999.

74. Desai P, Anand R S, Desai M, Modi D: Effect of treatment on cases testing positive for APA: A prospective study, Jr. of O & G. of India: Vol 50, No. 2, Pg. 34- 36, April 2000

75. Desai P, Desai M, Modi D: Prospective study of the role of cardiac activity in cases of threatened abortion for reducing the chances of pregnancy loss: Jr. O. & G. of India: Vol. 50, No. 6, pg. 42- 44, Apr. 2000.

76. Desai P, Patel P, Ravat C, Desai M: Analysis of obstetric outcome in subjects having bleeding P/V in I trimester: Jr. O. & G. of India: Vol. 51, No. 3, pg. 63, May. 2001.

77. Desai P, Malik S, Desai M: Predicting Pre-eclampsia: Comparison of systolic BP with Calcium Creatinine Ratio: Jr. O. & G. of India: Vol. 51, No. 4, pg. 32, July 2001.

78. Desai P, Desai P, Shah A, Shah N: Preventing complications by “Shoulders first” method of delivery in cases of obstructed labour: Jr. O. & G. of India: Vol. 51, No. 4, pg. 91, July 2001

79. Desai P, Ravat C, Dholakia S: Obstetric outcome in subsequent pregnancies in subjects with an ovulation treated with clomiphene citrate for first conception: Jr. O. & G. India: Vol 51: No.5, Oct.2001: Pg: 108–110.

80. Effect of maternal anemia on the fetus: FOGSI focus; Vol. 1, No. 1, Pg 6–9, Jan. 2002

81. Desai P, Patel P: Prospective comparative evaluation of Intra-Amniotic Versus Extra Amniotic route for ethacridine lactate for second trimester MTP: No Difference: Jr. O. & G. of India: Vol. 51, No. 6, pg. 158–160, Nov. – Dec. 2001

82. Desai P, Rao S: Predictive value of raised midtrimester b-HCG in P.I.H: Jr. O. & G. India: Vol 52. No.1. Pg 68–70, Feb, 2002. 83. Amniotic fluid embolism: A review: Obst. & Gyne. Vol. VII No. 9; Pg. 508; September 2002

84. Desai P, Rao S: Role of low dose aspirin in mothers registering high serum HCG levels at mid trimester: Jr. O. & G. of India: Vol. 52, No. 5, Pg. 30 -32, Oct. 2002

85. Desai P, Shah A: Prospective evaluation of individual CTG parameters in predicting a non-asphyxiated baby: Jr. O. & G. of India: Vol. 53, No. 1, Pg 49–52, Jan–Feb 2003

86. Desai P, Shah A: Longitudinal observations of deterioration of CTG parameters in subjects with adverse outcomes of APA syndrome: Jr. O. & G. India: Vol. 53, No. 3, Pg. 244- 7, May–June 2003

87. Desai P, Rathod S, Garge V, Mansuri Z: Evaluation of Pro-oxidants and Antioxidants in Pre-eclampsia: Jr. O. & G. India: Vol. 53, No. 5, Pg. 445, September – October 2003

88. Editorial: Interpretation of Toxoplasma antibodies: Jr. O. & G. India: Vol. 53, No. 6, Pg. 445, September – October 2003

89. Desai P, Gadhavi U: Admission C.T.G as a screening test for fetal distress: Not reliable: Jr. O & G India: Vol 54, No. 3, Pg. 260, May – June 2004

90. Desai P, Patel P, Gupta A; Decreased A.F.I. in low risk pregnancy: Any significance: Jr. O & G India: Vol 54, No. 5, Pg. 464, September- October 2004

91. Desai P, Patel P: Malaria in Pregnancy: Life: Vol-3. No. 1, Pg. 10–14, Jan-2005

92. Desai P, Patel P, Gajjar F: Labour epidural analgesia in pre-eclampsia: A prospective study: J. Obstet Gynaecology Res. Vol 31, No. 4, Pg. 291- 5, Aug. 2005

93. Raniga S, Desai P, Parikh H, Ultrasonographic Soft Markers of Aneuploidy in Second Trimester: Are We Lost: Medscape General Medicine. Vol 8(1): Pg 9, 2006.

94. Desai P, Patel P, Rathod S P, Mahajan S: Selenium levels and glutathione peroxidase activity in spontaneous inevitable abortion: Jr. O & G India: Vol 56, No. 4, Pg. 311, July- August 2006

95. Desai P, Patel P, Gupta A, Virk G, Sinha A: Epidural analgesia for pain relief in labour: Jr. O & G India: Vol 56, No. 5, Pg. 417, Sept – Oct 2006 96. Gohel M, Patel P, Gupta A, Desai P: Efficacy of tranexamic acid in decreasing blood loss during and after cesarean section : A randomized case controlled prospective study J Obstet Gynecol India Vol. 57, No. 3 : May/June 2007 Pg 228–230

97. Desai P: Cytokines in Obstetrics: Review article in J Obstet Gynecol India Vol. 57, No. 3 : May/June 2007 Pg 205–209

98. Desai P, Sinha A, Gandhi S, Prajapati M, Epidural analgesia for pain relief in labour in subjects with hemoglobin between 6 to 4 gm/dl: A prospective study: Jr. O. & G. of India: Vol. 58, No. 2, Pg 131–133

99. Duttaroy DD, Jitendra J, Duttaroy B, Bansal U, Dhameja P, Patel G, Modi N. Management strategy for dirty abdominal incisions: primary or delayed primary closure? A randomized trial.Surg Infect (Larchmt). 2009 Apr;10(2):129–36.PMID: 19388835

100. Mathur S, Lakhani OJ, Hathila VP, Duttaroy DD, Vohra AS, Chauhan HR. Acute colonic pseudo-obstruction (Ogilvie syndrome) with Chilaiditi syndrome. Med J Aust. 2008 Jul 7;189(1):42.PMID: 18601642

101. Duttaroy DD, Kacheriwala S, Duttaroy B, Jagtap J, Patel G, Modi N. Giant hepatic hydatid cyst with sub-fascial extension treated by open minimally invasive surgery: a case report.J Med Case Reports. 2008 Jan 28;2:26.PMID: 18226227.

102. Atul Shah Burns then and now in India [1] Burns, Volume 26, Issue 1, Pages 67–70

103. Duttaroy DD, Jagtap J, Bansal U, Duttaroy B. Picture of the month—quiz case. Scrofuloderma with lupus vulgaris. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2007 Dec;161(12):1211-2. PMID: 18056568.

104. Madhok BM, Duttaroy DD, Desai R, Yeluri S. Ureteric injury caused by a penetrating arrow. J Trauma. 2007 Jul;63(1):E17-8. PMID: 17429320.

105. Karanth KS, Duttaroy D, Yeluri SV, Jain AP. Colorectal foreign body—a case report. J Indian Med Assoc. 2006 Sep;104(9):528, 530. PMID: 17388014.

106. Atul K Shah, A A Desai, S N Sharma, R B Udwadia Frontoethmoidal meningoencephalocystocele. Ann Plast Surg. Jun 1989 (Vol. 22, Issue 6, Pages 523–7; discussion 528)

107. Bansal U, Duttaroy D, Jagtap J, Patel G. A huge abdominal lump with multiple bony bumps. N Z Med J. 2007 Feb 16;120(1249):U2423.PMID: 17308560.

108. Duttaroy DD, Jagtap J, Bansal U, Duttaroy B. Tuberculous pulmonary pneumatocele communicating extrathoracically. Thorax. 2006 Aug;61(8):738. PMID: 16877697.

109. Duttaroy D, Jagtap J, Bansal U, Patra BS. Medical image. Tussigenic trachea. N Z Med J. 2006 May 5;119(1233):U1960. PMID: 16680167.

110. Duttaroy DD, Madhok BM. Jejuno-uterine fistula. Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol. 2006 Nov;129(1):94–5. Epub 2006 Feb 7.PMID: 16460872

111. Dadayal G, Duttaroy DD, Yeluri S. A J-shaped mass in the abdomen. Med J Aust. 2005 Dec 5–19;183(11–12):673. PMID: 16336170.

112. Agrawal C, Duttaroy B, Duttaroy DD, Madhok B. Eumycetoma due to Madurella grisea—a case report. Indian J Pathol Microbiol. 2004 Jul;47(3):404–5.PMID: 16295438.

113. Yeluri SV, Duttaroy DD, Ghodgaonkar P, Karanth S. Wilms' tumor arising in a horseshoe kidney. Indian J Med Sci. 2004 Feb;58(2):72–3.PMID: 14993720

114. Duttaroy DD. Modified ileo-transverse anastomosis in typhoid bowel perforation. Indian J Gastroenterol. 2003 Jul–Aug;22(4):154–5; author reply 155. PMID: 12962448.

115. Kapadia SR, Duttaroy DD, Ghodgaonkar PS, Maru SK, Yeluri SV, Karanth S. Recurrent trichobezoar in a woman.Indian J Gastroenterol. 2003 Jan–Feb;22(1):35–6. PMID: 12617461.

116. Madhok BM, Roy DD, Yeluri S. Penetrating arrow injuries in Western India. Injury. 2005 Sep;36(9):1045–50.PMID: 16098331.

117. Roy DD. Enterolithiasis in Crohn's disease. J Indian Med Assoc. 1996 Apr;94(4):162. PMID: 8854640.

118. Duttaroy B, Date V, Beena PM. An outbreak of vibrio cholerae O139 serogroup associated gastroenteritis in Baroda (Gujarat). Indian J Med Microbiol. 2002 Apr–Jun;20(2):117. PMID: 17657049.

119. Duttaroy B, Mehta S. Extended spectrum βlactamases (ESBL) in clinical isolates of Klebsiella pneumoniae and Escherichia coli. Indian J Pathol Microbiol. 2005 Jan;48(1):45–8.PMID: 16758790.

120. Duttaroy B, Agrawal C, Pendse A. Spinal tuberculosis due to dissemination of atypical mycobacteria. Indian J Med Sci. 2004 May;58(5):203–5.PMID: 15166469.

121. Bhatnagar AM, Mohite PN, Suthar M. Fournier's gangrene: a review of 110 cases for aetiology, predisposing conditions, microorganisms, and modalities for coverage of necrosed scrotum with bare testes. N Z Med J. 2008 Jun 6;121(1275):46–56.PMID: 18551153.

122. Mohite PN, Gohil AB, Wala HB, Vaza MA. Rapunzel Syndrome Complicated with Gastric Perforation Diagnosed on Operation Table. J Gastrointest Surg. 2008 Jan 3. [Epub ahead of print]PMID: 18172606.

123. Mohite PN, Bhatnagar AM, Hathila VP, Mistry JH. Patent vitellointestinal duct with prolapse of inverted loop of small intestine: a case report. J Med Case Reports. 2007 Jul 14;1:49.PMID: 17629924.

124. Mohite PN, Bhatnagar AM, Parikh SN. A huge omental lymphangioma with extension into labia majorae: a case report. BMC Surg. 2006 Dec 27;6:18.PMID: 17192181.

125. Jani K, Saxena AK, Vaghasia R. Omental plugging for large-sized duodenal peptic perforations: A prospective randomized study of 100 patients. South Med J. 2006 May;99(5):467–71. PMID: 16711308.

126. Kothari AA, Kothari KA. A giant left atrium. J Postgrad Med. 2005 Jan–Mar;51(1):49–50. PMID: 15793342.

127. Kothari AA, Yagnik KR, Hathila VP. Duplication of vermiform appendix. J Postgrad Med. 2004 Oct–Dec;50(4):285–6.PMID: 15623973

Notable alumni

  • Dr Satish N. Shah, a urologist in Vadodara. Founder, Alumni Association of Medical College Baroda
  • Dr Pankaj Desai, President: Federation of Obstetric and Gynecological Societies of India, Visiting Professor National University Hospital, Sydney, Australia
  • Dr Nayan Swadia, prominent surgeon and founder of the Swadia Institute of Minimally Invasive Therapy
  • Dr Atul Shah, Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeon,Burn Specialist,Medicolegal Expert. Convenor,Legal Cell of Association of Plastic Surgeons of India
  • Dr Parvinder Singh, Founder, Baroda Heart Institute
  • Dr Darshan Banker, Founder, Banker's Heart Institute
  • Dr Jatin P. Shah, FACS: Chief, Head and Neck Service; Elliot W. Strong Chair in Head and Neck Oncology, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York NY USA
  • Dr Sundar Jagannath, MD: Chief, Multiple Myeloma and Transplant Program, St. Vincent's Comprehensive Cancer Center, New York NY USA
  • Dr Nikhil C. Munshi, MD: Associate Director, Jerome Lipper Multiple Myeloma Center, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute; Asso. Professor at Harvard Medical School, Boston MA USA
  • Dr Madhukar Hariprasad Trivedi, M.D.: Betty Jo Hay Distinguished Chair in Mental Health Lydia Bryant Test Professorship in Psychiatric Research at UT Southwestern Medical School, Dallas TX USA
  • Dr Lalita Ramakrishnan, M.B.B.S., PhD: Associate Professor, Microbiology and Adjunct Associate Professor, Immunology at University of Washington, Seattle WA USA
  • Dr Nigam H. Shah, M.B.B.S., PhD: Assistant Professor of Medicine – Biomedical Informatics Research at Stanford University, Stanford CA USA
  • Dr Prasad Srinivasan, Republican member of Connecticut House of Representative from 31st General Assembly District

References

  1. ^ "List of Universities in Gujarat". University Grants Commission of India. http://www.ugc.ac.in/inside/univbrowse.php?st=Gujarat. Retrieved 2007-06-27. 
  2. ^ "About MCB". http://mcb.in/about/mcbhist1.htm. Retrieved 21 April 2005. 
  3. ^ "Departments @ Faculty of Medicine". Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda. Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. http://web.archive.org/web/20070927185032/http://www.msubaroda.ac.in/newdepartmentn.php?ffac_code=5. Retrieved 2007-07-10. 
  4. ^ "Courses @ Faculty of Medicine". Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda. http://www.msubaroda.ac.in/courses/facultycoursesn.php?ffac_code=5. Retrieved 2007-07-10. 

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