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Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Facilities
Maternal Fetal medicine Unit

Maternal Fetal medicine Unit

The  Maternal Fetal medicine Unit has been established  in 2004. It has the unique distinction of conducting intrauterine transfusions in the youngest fetus at 18 weeks . It conducts various diagnostic  and therapeutic procedures like Chorionic villous biopsy, Amniocentesis, skin biopsy and  fetal reduction. Over 500 intrauterine interventions including 145 IUT (intra uterine Transfusions)  have been done to date.

Endocrinlogy and Reprodutive Medicine unit

Endocrinlogy and Reprodutive Medicine unit

The  Endocrinlogy and Reprodutive Medicine subunit  located at the affiliated teaching hospital Command Hospital has been functional from 1996 and boasts of the first IVYF pregnancy in the Armed Forces. It has presently been upgraded and it caters to about 100 patients a day . Around   IVF pregnancies have been achieved this year and it is a self sufficient unit to carry out IUI’s , IVF-ET and ICSI. The UGs as well as the PG students are being greatly benefitted by this.

Minimal Access Surgery subunit

Minimal Access Surgery subunit

The Minimal Access Surgery subunit  was also established in 1996. The dept is well equipped with the latest  equipment as well as expertise  and carries out all possible diagnostic as well as operative procedues . This gives the UG as well as PG students a very good exposure to the management modalities and endoscopy which is the future of all Gynecologic Surgery.

PPTCT

PPTCT

PPTCT is a National AIDS Control Organization (NACO) Project for prevention of mother- to-child transmission of HIV. It was started on 01 Nov 2002and AFMC was chosen as one of the nodes for conducting the project and imparting training to several districts on the subject. To conduct the project, NACO along with Maharashtra State AIDS Control Society (MSACS) provides a staff of one laboratory assistant and one counsellor.

AIHPP

AIHPP

The All India Hospital Post partum Program Programme (AIHPP)    was introduced   by the Govt of lndia in 1969-70. It was originally conceived as a maternity-centred hospital-based approach to the family welfare programme. It has now expanded to include providing contraceptive advice and services to postnatal and abortion cases attending OPDs and training UGs as well as PGs regarding contraception.

Gynecologic Oncology subunit

The Gynecologic Oncology subunit was started  in 1996 and it carries outthe diagnosis , treatment and follow-up of Gynecologial Onco cases , catering to a large population of  service personnel and their dependents. A well constructed ongoing  screening program is in place , besides which camps are held regularly to screen the dependent population. It  works in tandem with the Malignant Diseases Treatment Centre ( MDTC) of  the Hospital and challenging  cases are discussed in a Board of officers so that optimal and best possible treatment is made available to patients.