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Department of Neonatology Information Index

Sr

Details

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1. Department Vision & Mission

2. Staff Members

3. Publications of Faculty

4. Courses Available

5. Services Offered by the department

6. KMC Centre of Excellence with UNICEF support

7. List of Books in Department

8. Awards

9. Details of Conference Workshops CME

10. Equipment

11. Covid work

12. Neocare follow up software

13. Nonacademic responsibilities

14. Ongoing projects

15. SOP Department of Neonatology

16. What is new future plans

17. Gallery

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Our Vision: To observe Zero Separation of Baby from Mother, for No Reason (Mother and Newborn Care Unit)  Every baby must receive Mothers Milk (Own Preferably, If Not available for some reason) Pasteurized Donor Milk.  All levels of prevention for intact survival (screening, early diagnosis, and management to have healthy future for every baby)
Our Mission  To Provide Quality Care at Affordable Cost to all Newborn babies.  Safe. Delivering health care that minimizes risks and harm to service users, including avoiding preventable injuries and reducing medical errors.  Effective. Providing services based on scientific knowledge and evidence-based guidelines.  Timely. Reducing delays in providing and receiving health care.  Efficient. Delivering health care in a manner that maximizes resource use and avoids waste.  Equitable. We embrace and find strength in the diversity of our patients, their families and staff. We believe everyone deserves the best outcomes. Delivering health care that does not differ in quality according to personal characteristics such as gender, race, ethnicity, geographical location or socioeconomic status.  People-centred. Providing care that takes into account the preferences and aspirations of individual service users and the culture of their community.  To train Pediatricians, compassionate with Newborn care.  To produce Neonatologist Equipped to cater All levels of Newborn Care, oriented to work with available resources, expanding horizons beyond NICU to engage and reach community  Establishing Nodal Center for Neonatology Education & Research (Hub & Spoke Mode0l) of the region.
Our Values: “ Patient is God” “
Our theme: Hard work Dedication Innovations aspire to be an innovative leader in neonatal healthcare and research actively participate in research and seek new and better solutions. Continue to publish and present at the national level/International level Commitment Team work:  Doctors, Staff & ancillary workers are equally important to a team’ s success.
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 Community Engagement  Success belongs to the whole team  The onus of failure is that of the team leader Compassion: Empathy for patients, their families practice family-centered care as the cornerstone of practice. Excellence: follow the highest standards of quality and safety and expect accountability from each other. Integrity: At all times, approach work with openness, transparency, decency and humility Collaboration: A multidisciplinary team work collaboratively from admission to discharge of the baby Collaborative research Promoting Family Participatory care
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Figure 1: Department Faculty

Sr. Name of faculty

Designation

No.

1 Dr. Laxmikant Sheshrao Deshmukh Professor & Head

2 Dr Amol K Joshi

Associate Professor

3 Dr Atul Londhe

Assistant Professor

4 Dr Sachin Bodhgire

Assistant Professor

Admin Staff

1 Mr Madan Bamnath

Clerk

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List of Publications Dr L S Deshmukh (Professor Neonatology, GMC, Aurangabad)
1. Review articles i Neonatal Outcome and Management in Twin Gestation – Review. Indian Journal of Maternal Fetal and Neonatal Medicine Jul-Dec 2014;1(2):97-104 ii Perinatal Asphyxia – Review. IAP Neochap Bulletin 2011 iii Oxidative Stress in Preterm Infants. Indian Journal of MaternalFetal and Neonatal Medicine Jul-Dec 2015; 2(2):91-97 iv Neonatal Screening- Current Perspective. Indian Journal of Maternal-Fetal and Neonatal Medicine Jul-Dec 2017; 4(2): 181185

2. Original Articles

International

i. Analgesic Effect of Oral Glucose in Preterm Infants During

Venipuncture—A Double‐blind, Randomized, Controlled Trial.

Journal of tropical pediatrics June 2002;48:138-141

ii. Risk Factors for Nosocomial Sepsis in NICU,

International

Journal of Recent Trends in Science And Technology 2012.

4(3):141-145

iii. Exchange Transfusion in Neonatal Sepsis Dose Not Reduces

Overall Mortality Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental

Sciences 2013. 2(43), 8297-301

iv. Causative Microorganism for Sepsis in NICU

International

Journal of Recent Trends in Science And Technology

2014.11(1): 63-69

v. Predisposing Risk Factors for Neonatal Seizures in Low Birth

Weight Babies: Case Control Study. International Journal of

Recent Trends in Science and Technology April 2014;

10(3):508-513

vi. Outbreak of Neonatal Septicaemia at a Tertiary care Hospital

due to Enterobacter cloacae. IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical

Sciences Nov 2014;13(11):09-12

vii. “WHO” cares about hand hygiene: a cross sectional study.

MedPulse International February 2016; 3(2): 213-216

viii. Prescription pattern of antibiotics in neonatal intensive care unit

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of tertiary care hospital. Int J of Basic & Clinical Pharmacology 2019 Feb; 8(2):312-15
ix. A study on Clinical correlation of EEG in neonates with perinatal asphyxia. Int J Contemp Pediatr. 2019 Mar;6(2):390-393
National x. Bacteriological profile and antibiogram of Neonatal sepsis in a
Tertiary care Hospital. Indian Journal of Maternal-Fetal and Neonatal Medicine 2017; 4(1): 37-42 xi. Neurodevelopment clinic at Tertiary Care center since 6 yearsA Humble beginning. Indian Journal of Maternal-Fetal and Neonatal Medicine 2017; 4(2)
xii. Assessment of Readiness in Mothers for Home Based Care of LBW Babies: A KAP Study. Indian Journal of Maternal-Fetal and Neonatal Medicine, 2019 January - June;6(1): 5-10
xiii. Case reports i. Acute renal failure following multiple stings by honeybees. Indian Pediatrics Sept 1996.; 33(3):781 ii. Apert’ Syndrome. J Indian Med Assoc. Apr 1996;94(4):162
iii. Hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia in two siblings. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol. 1996;62(3):201-202
iv. Sturge-Weber Syndrome. Indian Medical Gazette 1996 v. Abdominal epilepsy as a cause of recurrent abdominal pain. Indian
Journal of Practical Pediatrics Apr-Jun 2006; 8(2):74 vi. Neonatal Progeroid Syndrome - Case Report Indian Journal of
MaternalFetal and Neonatal Medicine Jul-Dec 2014;1(2): 115-117 vii. Congenital Prolapse- Picture of the Month Journal of Evolution of
Medical and Dental Sciences Apr 2014;3(16):4360-4362 viii. Rhizomelic Chondrodysplasia Punctata: A Case Report The
Internet Journal of Pediatrics and Neonatology 2015; 17(1)
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xiv. Books/Contributions to books-

Sr. Title of book/chapter Publisher

Text book /

No.

Reference

book 1 Neonatal Resuscitation- KEM Hospital, Manual
Mumbai “Give a Breath and Save

a Life”

2 Manual of Neonatal Protocols

KEM Hospital Manual Mumbai

3 NNF Manual of Neonatal National

Neonatology

Care

Forum

Manual

4 Protocols in Neonatology

IAP Neonatology Chapter

Text Book

5 Manual of Newborn Nursing

IAP Neonatology Chapter

Text Book

6 OSCE in Neonatology

IAP Neonatology

Text Book

Chapter

07 IAP NNF Textbook of

JAYPEE

Textbook

Clinical Neonatology-

Neonatal Urinary Tract

Infection

08 Hypoxic Ischemic

Encephalopathy in Newborn

- a comprehensive guide-

Pathophysiology of HIE

Manual/contribution in chapter
Manual
Manual
Manual
Contribution In Chapter Contribution In Chapter Contribution In Chapter CONTRIBUTION IN CHAPTER
CONTRIBUTION IN CHAPTER

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Dr Amol Joshi Associate Professor

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS AS PER MCI GUIDELINES

Name: Dr Amol Kalyanrao Joshi

Designation: Associate

Professor (Adhoc)

Department: Neonatology

Institute name: Government Medical College, Aurangabad, Maharashtra

Refrences: MCI Notification for publications and promotion followed during verification:

1) No.MCI- No.MCI-

3) No.MCI- 4) TEQ-8.6.2017 5) TEQ- 6)

BOG 7) TEQ-12-2-

23 (1)/2015- 12(1)/2015-

12(1)/ 2015-

01.11.2018 letter:

2020

Med/123069 TEQ/131880.

TEQ/155223 .

No.MCI-

(w.e.f.12-2-

.

Dt :03-09-2015 Dt :10-12-

12(1)/2019- 2020.The

Dt :22-07-

2015

TEQ/189339 author must

2015

Dt 12-2- be amongst

2020

first three or

(clarification should be the

of

Corresponding

publications) author.)

AUTHOR

INDEXING AS PER NMC

Original research/Case report/Case Series/Review Article Published/Accepted: Write Article Type Journal Sr. name, followed by title, No. month & year of publication, volume, Page number & enlist all authors name (submit hard copy of first page Only)

TYPE: First, Second,
Third, Corresponding

NATIONAL/ INTERNATIONAL

(MCI) (submit hard copy of indexing page)
1.From 03-09-2015 to 11-22020 Indexing in SCOPUS / PubMed / MEDLINE / EMBASE/ Excerpta Medica,Index Medicus & Index Copernicus is accepted 2. W.e.f. 12-2-2020 indexing onli in Medline, Pubmed Central, Citation index, Sciences Citation index,

REMARKS Verification committee Published article is as
per MCI Norms (YES/NO)

Expanded Embase, Scopus,

(DoAJ) is acceptable.

RESEARCH PUBLICATION AS: ASSITANT PROFESSOR

YES

Review Article FOGSI FOCUS (Female Breast Surely A Savior Sometimes a Killer) 1 Challenges in Breast Feeding. Jan 2013, Volume: 5, Issue; Page: 13 – 14. K A Yelikar, Amol Joshi, S S Deshpande

Second

National

Acceptable

As per ref.No

6. before 03-

09-2015

Indexing was

──

not required.

From 03-11-

2010 to 02-

09-2015 only

first & second

Author is

acceptable

Case Report

YES

Internet Journal of

Acceptable

Pediatrics And

As per ref.No

2 Neonatology

Second

National

__

6. before 03-

Rhizomelic

09-2015

Chondrodysplasia

Indexing was

Punctata: A Case Report

not required.

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July 2015 ,Volume 17, Issue 1, Trupti Joshi, Amol Joshi, R Chiklonde, L.S Deshmukh

Original Article Med Pulse – International Medical Journal WHO cares about hand hygiene- A Cross Sectional 3 Study February 2016; Volume 3,Issue 2, Page 213-216 , Dr Amol Joshi,Dr Trupti Joshi,Dr Atul Londhe,Dr Rakesh Chikhlonde,Dr Laxmikant Deshmukh Original Article Indian Journal Of Applied Research A Study of Safety Profile of Renal Biopsy Procedure in 4 Children With Nephrotic Syndrome August 2016; Volume 8, Page 200-201, Dr Trupti Joshi,Dr Amol Joshi, Dr Sonal Shah

First Second

International National

Index Copernicus
Index Medicus Citation Index

From 03-112010 to 0209-2015 only first & second Author is acceptable YES Acceptable As per ref.No 6. from 03-092015 to 0706-2017. Original article, First or second Author is only acccepted.
YES Acceptable As per ref.No 6. from 03-092015 to 0706-2017. Original article, First or second Author is only acccepted.

RESEARCH PUBLICATION AS: ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (Adhoc)

Original Article

Indian Journal of Maternal

Fetal and Neonatal

Medicine

Neurodevelopmental

Clinic at Tertiary Care

5 Centre since 6 years: A

First

Humble Beginning

Dec 2017; Volume 4,Issue

2, Page 120-125,

Amol Joshi, Atul Londhe,

Akshaya Deshmane, Trupti

Joshi, LS Deshmukh

Original Article

Indian Journal of Maternal

Fetal and Neonatal

Medicine Assessment of

Readiness in Mothers for

6 Home Based Care of LBW

Second

Babies: A KAP Study

Corresponding

Jan-June 2019; Volume 6,

Issue 1, Page 5-10,

Divyanshi Bajaj, Amol

Joshi, L.S Deshmukh, Atul

Londhe,Trupti Joshi

National National

Index Copernicus

YES Acceptable As per ref.No 6. from 07-062015 to 11-22020. Original article, First or corresponding Author is only acccepted.

Index Copernicus

YES Acceptable As per ref.No 6. from 07-062015 to 11-22020. Original article, First or corresponding Author is only acccepted.

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