DEPARTMENT OF ORTHOPAEDICS UNIT –I
 
 


Prof. Syed Muhammad Awais,

(Sitara-i-Imtiaz)

(MBBS (Pb) MCPS (Surg)
M.Sc. Bio-Eng. (UK) M.S. (Ortho)

Prof. & Chairman Orthopaedic Surgery
King Edward Medical University, Lahroe

Brief History and Introduction

The department of orthopaedic surgery (unit-ii) was established in 1996 with Prof. S. M Awais as the first head of the unit. The department provides health care services, education, rehabilitation and social work services.
VISION :To obtain recognition of KEMU/MHL at National and International level by providing high quality patients services through education and research.

VALUES;

• Professionalism ( Patients’ interests are the highest)
• Discipline ( Time Keeping, Uniform, Availability)
• Hard work
• Respect for others
• Total quality and science culture


QUALITY OBJECTIVES;

Every job is done right the first time and every time.
Staff members endeavor to improve their technical skills continuously.
Equipment with State of the art technology is essential in Public Interest

1ST ROW (L TO R) DR.AKRAM, DR.NADEEM WAHEED, SISTER AZRA, MR. GHIAS UD DIN (BABA JI), PROF.S. M AWAIS, DR. ASIF ALI SHAH
2ND ROW (L TO R) MR. MUMTAZ, STAFF SABA,MISS MUNA, STAFF SAIMA, STAFF SADAF, DR. AKBAR, DR. ALTAF, DR. WASEEM, DR. JAMSHED, DR. HASNAIN.
3RD ROW (L TO R) MR. FAKHAR, DR. SHAFAQAT, DR. RABIULISLAM, DR. NASEER, DR. JAMAL, MR. YASIN, MR. BASHARAT, MR. SHER ALI, MR. FIAZ, MR. SHABIR.
4TH ROW (L TO R) MR. SHAFIQ, MR. SHAHID, MR. JAVED


Library

LIST OF FACULTY

Prof. Syed Muhammad Awais,
(Sitara-i-Imtiaz) Professor (MBBS (Pb) MCPS (Surg)
M.Sc. Bio-Eng. (UK) M.S. (Ortho)
Dr. Nadeem Waheed
Assistant Professor FCPS (Ortho)
Dr. Muhammad Akram
Senior Registrar FCPS (Ortho)
Dr. Syed Asif Ali Shah Senior Registrar MS (Ortho)

SERVICES;

1. Patient care services
2. Educational services
3. Social Work

THE UNIT PROVIDES PATIENT CARE SERVICES THROUGH;
• Outpatient department
• Inpatient department
• Accident and emergency department
• Operation theater
• Social work

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS

1. NURSING AND PARAMEDICAL EDUCATION; Small groups- monthly twelve courses
2. UNDERGRADUATE
2.1 M.B.B.S- 3rd year, 4th year, 5th year, students, (Lectures and clinical Training)
2.2 BSC PHYSIOTHERAPY

3. POSTGRADUATION

• MS (5 years )
• FCPS ( 5 years)

Postgraduate program ( MS / FCPS ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY) is a 5 year program. Postgraduate activities are as;
ALTERNATE DAYS; Emergency trauma patient review;
WEEKLY; Journal club, MCQ test, Seminars, Grand rounds; .
FORTNIGHTLY; Morbidity/Mortality meeting, Performance Audit, .Seminars, Workshops, Conferences.

LIST OF POSTGRADUATE TRAINEES

1. DR. SHAFAQAT M.S.Orthopedics
2. DR. HASNAIN ASHRAF M.S.Orthopedics
3. DR. JAMSHAID YOUSAF M.S.Orthopedics
4. DR. HAFIZ ABDUL
MUSTAFA JAMAL M.S.Orthopedics
5. DR. AKBAR CHAUDHRY M.S.Orthopedics
6. DR. SAHIB GUL M.S.Orthopedics
7. DR. AMJAD M.S.Orthopedics
8. DR. WASEEM M.S.Orthopedics
9. DR. AKKAD .S.Orthopedics
10. DR. RABIULISLAM M.S.Orthopedics
11. DR. NASEER SIAL F.C.P.S Ortho/M.S.Orthopedics
12. DR. ALTAF HUSSAIN F.C.P.S Ortho
13 .DR.MASOOD IRANI M.S.Orthopedics

RESIDENT IS BEING GIVEN PRACTICAL DEMONSTRATION

SICOT EDUCATION CENTER

This centre was established at Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Unit –II, KEMC/MHL with private donations of three million rupees and was inaugurated by Lt. Gen. Khalid Maqbool, Governor of the Punjab on 19th January, 2004

Sicot Education Center

It consists of
• Charles Sorbie Conference Room.
Conference room has;
1. Seating capacity of 42 with changeable style.
2. Airconditioners- 2
3. Multimedia- 1
4. Laptop computer-1
5. Digital overhead projector (videopresenter)-1
6. Slideprojector-1
7. Overhead projector-1
8. VCR-1
9. 29” Television-1
10. DVD-1
11. Sound system-1

• Maurice Hinsenkamp skill workshop.
• Rainer Kotz Orthopaedic Museum (consisting of Pathology specimens, Radiology, Implants)

• SICOT Library

Sicot education center library contains;
1. Latest editions of books on Orthopaedic surgery and its subspecialties.
2. Books on basic medical sciences
3. Various catalogues showing Orthopaedic related implants.
4. Books on religion, general knowledge.
5. Books donated by WHO.
6. Orthopaedic surgery journals like Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, clinical Orthopaedics and related research, International Sicot Orthopaedics, Orthopaedic clinics, Journal of Pakistan Orthopaedic association.

• Computer Network

Computer Networking is established with a Server with 16 local area network terminals. Internet service is available round the clock which is supplied by the ISP of University of the Punjab, Lahore.


RESEARCH PROJECTS

1. Epidemiology of trauma patients presenting in the accident and Emergency Department of Mayo Hospital, Lahore. .

2. Measurement of patients satisfaction treated in orthopaedic Unit-II,

3. Evaluation of Limb Salvage Surgery of Bone Tumors.

4. Limb length discrepancy its treatment using Naseer Awais fixator.

5. Infected non-unions : their treatment using Naseer Awais fixator.

6. Segmental loss of long bones : their treatment using Naseer Awais fixator

7. Development of devices NA (Naseer Awais) fixator.

8. Scoliotic and kyphotic deformities of spine; Treated by halopelvic traction.

9. Scoliotic and kyphotic deformities of spine; Treated by halofemoral traction and posterior instrumentation.

10. Analysis of data of hand injuries presenting in accident and emergency department of Mayo Hospital Lahore.
11. Comparison of effectiveness of treatment of Type B pelvic fractures managed with NA external fixation and internal fixation.

12. Analysis of treatment outcome and cost demography of patients in accident and emergency in first 24 hours treated in Mayo Hospital Lahore.

13. Analysis of transfemoral amputations with myodesis vs myoplasty.

14. Analysis of treatment outcome of open tibial diaphyseal fractures managed with intramedullary interlocking undreamed Jagdesh Awais solid tibial nail and AO nail.

15. Analysis of presentation and treatment outcome of patients suffering from lower limb length discrepancies treated with NA fixators.

16. Study of operative treatment of Spinal Fractures; Decompression and Internal Fixation of Unstable Spinal Injuries with Neurological Impairement.

17. Comparative Study of Displaced Supracondylar fractures in Children with Open reduction Internal Fixation with wires vs closed reduction internal fixation with percutaneous k wires.

18. Management of Unstable femoral fractures with intramedullary K- nail and derotation plate

19. Comparative study of outcome of Intra articular fractures of distal Radius by external fixator Vs open Reduction and internal fixation .


SOCIETY FOR WELFARE OF ORTHOPAEDICALLY DISABLED (SWOD) -

Mr. Ghias-un-Din
Assist General Secretary, (SWOD)
Society for the welfare of Orthopaedically disabled

Introduction

This society was established on24th Jan. 1993 by Prof Dr Naseer Mehmood Akhtar, former principal KEMC, in order to help the needy poor and deserving patients requiring orthopaedic care. It provides food, medicines, implants, investigations, and prostheses free of cost to the deserving patients of orthopaedic department through public donations. It has provided funds for the uplifting of A/E, OPD ward, OT children ward . It has also proved its services to the establishment of SICOT education center and preparation of the department for ISO standards.

Summary Of Data For The Year 2005

The data of different workstations is as follows:

A. Emergency

Total no of patients seen in emergency in 2005 = 1593
Polytrauma patients = 88
Upper limb fractures = 547
Lower limb fractures = 914
Spine fractures = 29
Total No. of Procedures done in emergency in 2005 = 1559
Procedures done under GA = 223
Procedures done under LA = 707
Procedures done under Sedation = 629

B. Orthopedic Operation Theatre

Total No. of operations performed = 1448
Special cases = 42
Major cases = 492
Medium cases = 543
Minor cases = 371

Description of cases:

1. Implant Surgeries = 726
2. Spine = 14
3. THR = 8
4. TKR = 2

C. Out Patient Department

Ten Most Common Diagnosis seen in OPD

1. Musculoskeletal Painful disorders = 16897
2. Neuromuscular Disorders = 1046
3. Deformities = 1303
4. Metabolic Disorders = 957
5. Tumors = 869
6. Pyogenic Osteomylitis = 257
7. Tuberculous Osteomylitis = 601
8. Fractures = 1348
9. Dislocations = 696
10. Miscellaneous = 1311
Total = 25579

D. Ten Most Common Diseases Admitted In Ward

1. Fractures = 980
2. Post polio paralysis = 80
3. CTEV = 40
4. Osteomylitis = 90
5. Tumors = 70
6. Deformities = 20
7. Implant Removal = 30
8. Dislocations = 33
9. Spinal deformities = 6
10. Spinal fractures = 20
Total = 1369

 

 

 
 
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