Prof. Dr. Tabinda Rana

Contact No: 0300-4507276

 Prof. Dr. Tabinda Rana

The Gynae/Obs department at KEMU comprises of 5 units. All working under the HOD Prof. Dr. Tabinda Rana. 3 units are placed in Lady Willingdon Hospital and 2 units are working at Lady Aitchison Hospital.

Prof. Dr.Aisha Malik is HOD of Gynae & Obst Unit-III Lady Willingdon Hospital, Lahore that is 235 bedded tertiary cares Hospital. This unit provides indoor and outdoor facilities and attends booked cases through a week, emergency cases 48 hours a week and every third Sunday. This unit is activity involved in providing healthy educational environment for both undergraduate & postgraduate trainees.

We are teaching & training undergraduate 4th and 5th year post graduate of FCPS/MS in Gynae and Obs , in our units. We are dealing with all Obstetrical/Gynaecological emergencies, indoor& outdoor.

  • To improve health care for women through Obstetrics & Gynaecology education and practice.
  • To train our postgraduate trainees to such an extent that they can work independently and effectively in remote areas and provide better healthcare services.
  • To effectively educate undergraduate students and postgraduate trainees.
  • Our main goal is the renovation of our labour ward for better provision of services to reduce maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality.

List of Faculty Members




Contact Information



Unit, I

Prof. Dr. TabindaRana Professor MBBS, MCPS, FCPS 03004507276
Dr. Amna Zia Eusaph Associate Prof. MBBS, MCPS, 03004153800
Dr. ShamilaIjaz Assistant Prof. MBBS, MRCOG 03218818789

Unit, II

Prof. Dr. ArshadChohan Professor MBBS,FCPS,FRCOG,DOBS. 03004027250
Dr. SarwatRizve Assistant Prof. MBBS,FCPS 03334339755

Unit, III

Prof. Dr. Aisha Malik Professor MBBS,FCPS,MRCOG 03008488644
Dr.FaiqaSaleemBaig Assistant Prof. MBBS, MRCOG 03334867475


Prof. Dr. FarhatNaz Professor 03334282112
Dr. IffatNaheed Assistant Prof MBBS,FCPS,DGO, 03009494002

Teaching & Training of MBBS students 4th year & 5th year. Our units are actively involved in holding workshops and Seminar. Our recent activity regarding participation in KEMCANA, and holding a camp of vaccination against Cervical Cancer. A workshop on Neonatal resuscitation was also carried out this year by unit I, EMOC workshop was done in Lady Aitchison Hospital.

  1. Lecture on Role of folic acid in Obs&Gynae.
  2. Lecture on Role of Tranexamic acid in Obs&Gynae.
  3. Session on sufertiliity(intrauterine insemination myths and realities related to infertility).
  4. Lecture on Tubal sterilization reversal.
  5. Urogynae symposium (overview of urogynaecological fistula)
  6. Seminar on women’s health care
  7. Lecture on Polycystic ovarian syndrome ..Medical and Surgical Management.
  8. Infertility awareness program at National Level.
  9. Seminar on menstrual irregularities including post menopausal bleeding.
  10. Seminar on PID in Pakistani women.
  11. State of the art lecture on diagnosis and management of congenital malformations.
  12. Talk show on infertility.
  13. Daily ward teaching of undergraduate students
  14. Twice weekly teaching classes of post graduate trainees
  15. Surgical skill workshop held in our department  for postgraduate trainees
  16. Skill workshop on perineal repair



  1. Mid trimester termination of pregnancy in women with previous caesarean section: a comparison of Misoprostal PGF2 and intra cervical Foley’s. PJMHS 2014; 8(3): 554-558(Munir SI, Ishtiaq S, Shafiq S, JavedL,Rana T.)
  2. Frequency of labour induction at term with sweeping of the ensnares.JFJMC 2014; 8(4): 82-85 (Munir SI, Ishtiaq S, Gulzar S,)
  3. Frequency of causes of primary Postpartum hemorrhage in a tertiary care hospital. Annals 2015; 21(1) 33-37.(Munir SI, Sadiq A Ishtiaq S.)


  1. PPIUCD placement after newel vaginal delivery
  2. PPIUCD placement after C/ section
  3. Comparison of Fetal blood scalp sampling with CTG.


  1. Comparison of Efficacy and safety of intra uterine Balloon TamponadeVS.Intra uterine packing in female presenting with postpartum haemorrhage .after vaginal delivery.
  2. Colposcopy in CHR vaginal
  3. Preclusion of pre-eclampsia in early gestation by estinatinating  urinary albumin –creatinene ratio
  4. Comparison of urinary Vs metformin in the development of total miscarriages in diabetes melt ties


  1. Comparison of Metfromin Versus Insulin in females presenting with Gestational Diabetes
  2. SubliyoudleVs vaginal misoprostal in management of first trimester missed abortion.
  3. Diagnostic role of hysteroscopy in perimenopansal women with abnormal uterine bleeding .
  4. Frequency of urinary tract injuries in gynaecolgical and obstetrical procedures.
  5. Comparison of adequacy of endometrial sampling by manual vacuum aspiration and dilatation and anettoge  for histopathology in abnormal uterine bleeding.
  6. Frequency of subclinical hypothyroidism in patients with first trimester recurrent miscarriages
  7. Association of barriers with contraceptive use in multigravidpatientspresentag in LWH.

Unit- II


  • Tubal sterilization reversal… is there any role in this modern Era of ART.
  • Comparison of fetal outcome in planned elective deliveries at 38 and 39 gestational weeks at Lady Willingdon Hospital, Lahore.
  • Role of metformin in regulating menstrual cycle in patients of PCO.
  • Role of chewing gum on early recovery of females after caesarean section.
  • To compare the efficacy of metformin with insulin in diabetes mellitus in terms of fetomaternal outcome.



  • Comparison of intraumbilcal and intravenous injection of oxytocin on blood loss in third stage of labour
  • Relationship of placental infarcts with fetal outcomes in pregnant patients having hypertension.
  • Impact of short inter pregnancy interval on maternal outcome in patients presenting in labour with H/O previous –I C/Section.
  • Comparison of the effect of levonosgesteral IUD with medroxy progesterone acetate in patients with AUB.
  • Association of vitamin –D deficiency in pre –eclampsia
  • Comparison levonorgesteral intrauterine system with GnRh  analogue for treatment of patient with endometriosis.
  • Assessment of fetal breathing movements, cervical length and cervicovaginal fetal fibronection as predictors  of preterm labor.
  • Comparison of PPIUCD with interval placed IUCD (complication).
  • Frequency of placenta previa as a cause of prepartum cesarean hysterectomy.
  • Comparison of efficacy, side effects and neonatal outcome of magnesium sulphate with nifedipine for management of preterm labour
  • Comparison of Betamethasone versus dexamethasone for management of pregnant females with HELLP syndrome
  • Effects of pre-pregnancy BMI and gestational weight gain on mode of delivery at term in primigravidas
  • comparison of folic and deficiency anemia in patients presenting with pre eclampsia in third trimester versus normotensive
  • Comparison of efficiency of metformin with proglitazone in patients of PCO’S presenting with infertility.
  • Post partum depression and factors causing depression in women presenting in ante natal clinic.
  • To determine the frequency of folic acid deficiency anemia in patients presenting with placental abruption in last trimester of pregnancy.
  • Positive predictive values of cerebro-placental ratio in predicting adverse outcome in post date pregnancy.




  1. Hyperuricemia as predictor of poor fetal outcome in pre-eclamptic women. Uournal of Rawalpindi Medical College. Vol 19(2) Jul-Sep 2015
  2. Hyperprolactinemia as a cause of subfertility in women. Pakistan journal of Medical and Health Sciences. Vol 9 Jan- March 2015.
  3. Successful Medical treatment of cervical ectopic pregnancy. Accepted for publication in Annals of KEMU Dec 2015.


  1. Comparison of MCA and UA Doppler in evaluation if IUGR pregnancy.
  2. Comparison of Tab. PGE2 gel in induction of labour in post – date.
  3. Comparison of sublingual Misoprostol an i/v Oxytocin in reducing the mean blood loss ar normal vaginal delivery.
  4. Comparison of Misoprostol with Prostaglandin E 2 for induction of labour at term.


  1. Effectiveness of I/V oxytocin and sublingual Misoprostol in reducing blood loss within first two hours of caesarean section.
  2. Comparison of probiotic Lactobacilli with Merronidazole in treatment of bacterial vaginosis.
  3. Role of tranexemic acid in reducing blood loss during and after two hours of caesarean section.


  1. Comparison of duration of 3rd stage of labour with or without cord drainage at term.
  2. Morbidly adherent placenta and previously scarred uterus and obstetrical outcome.
  3. Efficacy of balloon temponade in the females presenting with PPh when other uterotonic agents fail to arrest the bleeding.
  4. Visual inspection of cervix with acetic acid.
  5. Role of modified B-lynch in uterine atony in inrraoperativehaemmorhage.
  6. Nuchal cor and neonatal outcome.
  • Comparison of outcome of Hydrotubation in cases of infertility with partial tubal obstruction.
  • Comparison of bridge repair and anterior repair in cystocoele
  • Modification of surgical techniques to avoid bladder injuries in Gynae&Obs patients.
  • Comparison of blood transfusion and other I/V fluid in obstetrics patients
  • The Project of working a center of Excellence of Laparoscopy is under way.
  • Establishment of our departmental conference room
  • Practically working first IUI centre in our department in government setup
  • Renovation of labourward under progress

Lady Willingdon Hospital is a 235 bedded hospital. A tertiary care centre dealing with Obstetrical / Gynaecological emergencies.

  • Laparoscopic Operation theatre is under construction
  • Specialized Gynaecological procedure including
  • Vaginoplasty
  • Mymectomy
  • Sling operation
  • Tubal reconalization