Details of Contractors
Current Store Status of Medicines & Surgical Consumables
Inventory of Stocks & Consumables As on 21-06-2012
Specific E.D.L. in B.M.H
Bhagwan Mahavir Hospital
Pitam Pura, Delhi-110034.
Number of Beds available 250
Address H-4,5 Pitam Pura, Delhi-110034
Location on City map Near Pitam Pura Club,
Near Keshav Maha Vidhyalaya,
Near Apeejay School
Bus Routes D.T.C. Bus No. 85
Metro feeder Bus (Budh
vihar to Netajee subhash Place, West Enclave to Kirti Nagar)
Name of Medical Superintendent
Dr. Surender Pal
Name of P.R.O. / Grievance Redressal Officer
Contact No. of PRO/Help Desk/Hospital information
List of Senior Resident and Junior Resident working in BMH
“Sarve Santu Niramayah”
The vision of the hospital is to provide quality health services in all the specialties in a harmonious atmosphere to every section of society especially the under privileged through this 250 bedded multi specialty hospital, whereby quality to be ensured by close monitoring, constant feedback from the people and regular CME’s for the staff, well equipped library & yoga work outs.
Patients have rights at par with any other medical institution, to get best possible treatment in the hospital and to get information regarding his ailment. He has a right for privacy/confidentiality about his disease to be maintained.
Hospital is responsible for providing quality medical services to people in its catchment area and ensuring that basic amenities listed below are available :-
· Clean and hygienic environment
· Potable water
· Clean toilets
· Comfortable sitting arrangement
· Adequate illumination
· Proper signage system
· IEC activates for patients and visitors through all possible means
Above all the courteous behavior of staff is very important.
Responsibility of patients
Rights & responsibilities go hand to hand. Along with the rights, the patients should be aware of their responsibilities without which the hospital authorities would not be able to deliver the desired services successfully :-
· The patient should follow the directions & instruction given to them meticulously.
· They should maintain decorum of the hospital by following various instructions issued to them.
· Patient should be sensitive towards maintenance of hygiene & discipline in hospital.
· Patient should understand the constraints faced by hospital authorities & cooperate to maintain cordial atmosphere.
· Patient should facilitate the smooth functioning of hospital services rendered in their interest.
· Healthy feedback/suggestions are always welcome as they help in improving further.
The hospital is not responsible to any loss or damage to any property or belonging of patient. They are advised not be keep valuables with them in the Hospital.
Although complete care has been taken to provide true, complete & updated information on this Hospital website but hospital do not take any responsibility for any error in the contents of the website.
Out Patient Services
Gynecology & obstetrics,
Orthopaedics with Physiotherapy,
Immunization services: -
Room no 202 & 207, 9.00AM to 4.00PM on Wednesday &Friday
Preventive health checkups for outsourced staff including ancillary services (Kitchen, Housekeeping, Laundry, Security, Nursing Orderlies)
18, 19, 21,22,23
9.00AM to 1.00PM
9.00AM to 1.00PM
Gynae & Obs
212, 213, 217, 218, 219
9.00AM to 1.00PM
9.00AM to 1.00PM
9.00AM to 1.00PM
9.00AM to 1.00PM
9.00AM to 1.00PM
9.00AM to 1.00PM
9.00AM to 1.00PM
Monday/ Wednesday. 1.30 pm to 3.30 pm
Clinic: Friday 1.30 pm to 3.30 pm
baby clinic : Wednesday. 1.30- 3.30 pm
Clinic: Monday 1.30- 3.30 pm
Clinic: Friday 1.30- 3.30 pmm
- Complete Haemogram ( Hb, TLC, DLC, ESR)
- Peripheral Smear, M.P., AEC, platelet count
- BT.CT, PT, PTTK, INR
- Blood Grouping (A B O, Rh.)
Bone Marrow Aspiration
1 Blood Sugar, GCT, GTT
2 Kidney Function Test (KFT)
- Blood Urea
- Serum Creatinine
-Serum Uric Acid
3 Liver Function Test (LFT)
- Serum Bilrubin
-Serum Alkaline Phosphate
4 Lipid Profile (Serum triglycerides, HDL, LDL, VLDL)
5 Serum Cholesterol
6 Total Proteins
7 Serum Albumin
8 Serum Electrolytes
9 Serum Amylase
10 RA Factor, CRP, ASO
12 HBsAg, HCV
13 Serum Widal test
14 Thyphi Dot
15 Dengue Serology
16 Malaria Serology
17 PCT (Pro Calcitonin)
18 TORCH Profile
19 ANA Profile
HIV Counseling with Testing
ROUTINE & MICROSCOPIC EXAMINATION: - Urine & Stool
UPT (Urine Pregnancy Test)
FINE NEEDLE ASPIRATON CYTOLOGY (FNAC)
on TUESDAY & THURSDAY
Pleural Fluid, Ascitic Fluid , CSF, Synovial Fluid- Daily
PAP smear examination
Only on WEDNESDAY
Blood Cultures, Pus Culture, Wound culture
Urine Cultures, Fungal culture
Other Cultures (Body fluids)
Ultrasound (Charged Rs. 50/-)
USG guided procedures (Charged Rs. 50/-)
Medicines are available free of cost in routine
hours. All drugs in essential list of CPA are available. Separate counters are
there for Senior citizens and Disabled.
Well Equiped physiotherapy department with various
modalities like Diathermy, Ultra Sound, Hot Packs, Wax Bath, CPM, Infra Red,
Muscle Stimulator, Exercise equipments for Physio & Occupational Therapy
are available. Training for Spastic Children
250 Beds along with Labor Room, Nursery, ICU & Emergency services (including Operative)
Well-equipped operation theatres are available and all
major & minor surgeries are done in Orthopaedics (Trauma surgeries, Joint Replacement, Spine surgeries,
Arthroscopic surgeries) , Surgery, Obs
& Gynaec, ENT & Eye.
Are available round the clock in all major specialties with operative facilities available
runs in Room no. – 4 on all working days.
Intensive care unit (ICU)
a well equipped 10 bed ICU is fully functional
We have one ambulance used for transporting the referred patients. CATS ambulance service are available.
BLOOD STORAGE UNIT
Functional Blood storage unit
POST OPERATIVE WARD
Fully functional 16 bedded post operative ward
Disaster Management Service
Disaster management team is ready with facilities necessary to combat/ tackle roughly 20 causality at a given point of time. This can be done with minimum lag period. Regular drill exercise are conducted for keeping disaster management team updated.
Bio Medical Waste
is the waste generated in the hospital as a result of patient diagnosis treatment or investigation of human beings/ animals. Necessary equipments are available at the work stations for proper management & segregation of biomedical waste. (Needle Destroyer, Segregation bags, Colour Coded bags, Transport Trolleys/ Wheel barrows)
Bio Medical Waste is stored in a separate waste storage room, handed over daily to the CTF operator for final treatment & disposal. Record regarding quantity of Bio Medical waste handed over daily to the CTF operator. Records are properly maintained. Time to time training is given to Medical/ Para Medical staff regarding handling & management of Bio Medical Waste.
DOTS Services & Malaria
are functional at the hospital.
Homeopathy UNANI and Ayurvedic
Services with free drug distribution
Housekeeping, Security, Nursing orderlies, Laundry, Kitchen
List of Services not available in Hospital
Full-fledged Blood Bank, CCU, Mortuary & Super Specialty service.
No. of Doctors 124
No. of Nursing Staff 125
No of Technical Staff
& Paramedical Staff) 46
No of Ministerial Staff 16
No of Ancillary staff 65
(Data as on 1st Dec 2011)
Disease of old age
(Contribution by Orthopaedics Deptt.)
Ques :- What is Osteoporosis?
Ans :- Osteoporosis means decrease in the Bone density. Weakness of bones and increased
risk of fractures.
Ques :- What is the use of measuring Bone density?
Ans :- Density as we all know is mass/volume. So is the bone density. With decrease in bone density, chances of having fractures are increased.
Ques :- Why this diseases wants public awareness?
Ans :- As such public should be aware of common disease. This has been declared by WHO, the disease of decade, Osteoporosis has gained popularity in the present era because of the following factors-
i) Increasing population (old age population)
ii) Fractures leads to morbidity.
iii) Fractures can be prevented to an extent.
Ques :- Why osteoporosis occurs?
Ans :- This is a part of aging. Bone is a dynamic tissue that is bone is continuously remodeled. Up to the age of 30 years the bone mass(weight) increases, 30-40 years the bone mass remains static. After the age of 40 years the bone mass starts decreasing. That means the bone density decreases.
Ques :-At what rate osteoporosis occurs?
Ans :- The usual rate of osteoporosis after 40 years is at a rate of 0.3 to 0.5% per year. However the rate rises sharply after menopause in females & in both sexes after the age of 70 years.
Ques :- What is the symptoms of this disease?
Ans :- The main symptoms are
a) In early stages the patient is asymptomatic.
b) The Patient presents with pain in limbs & back (Bony pains)
c) Other symptoms are bony deformities & pathological fractures.
Ques :- What fractures are common in osteoporosis?
Ans :- The following fractures are common:
a) Spine fracture (Back bone)
b) Fracture of femur (Thigh bone)
c) Fracture of distal end of radius (Fore arm bone)
d) Fracture in proximal humerus. (Arm bone)
Ques :- How osteoporosis can be diagnosed?
Ans :- The osteoporosis can be diagnosed on X-rays. But X-ray can diagnose when at least 30% of the skeleton mass has been lost.
Ques :- Is there any better method to diagnose osteoporosis?
Ans :- The gold standard for diagnosis of osteoporosis is DEXA scan (Bone densitometry ) (Dual energy X-ray absorptiometry)
Ques :- What is DEXA scan?
Ans :- This is an non-invasive test. In DEXA scan the bone density is taken by using small doses of X-rays. This density is then compared with pre fed values. The values less then-2.5SD from normal is called osteoporosis.
Ques :- Osteoporosis is age related condition. Should it be treated?
Ans :- Yes, it should be treated. Although the process of decreasing bone density can not be halted but the rate can be altered.
Ques :- What is the treatment?
Ans :- Treatment involves two parts:
- Prevention of fractures.
- Medical treatment to increase Bone density.
Ques :- How fracture can be prevented & what is the medical treatment?
Ans :- I) By prevention we means, the rate of fractures due to osteoporosis can be decreased. The following measures should be taken by senior citizens:
a) Avoid walking on wet surfaces.
b) Keep wash rooms dry.
C) Use railing in wash rooms.
d) Avoid going out in low illumination.
e) Regular eye check-ups (for cataract & other conditions)
f) use walking stick if required.
g) Avoid walking on irregular surfaces.
II) The various drugs are available for the treatment of osteoporosis. These drugs should only be taken under medical supervision. Kindly visit your nearest medical centre/orthopedic surgeon for the treatment.
Cataract is the most common cause of blindness prevailing in India
(Contribution by Eye Deptt.)
Ques :- What is cataract? (Safed Motiabind)
Ans :- Any opacity of lens is called Cataract.
Ques:- What are the causes of Cataract?
Ans :- 1. The common cause of Cataract is ageing
2. Systemic ailments: HTN, DM
3. Excessive drug intake: OCP’s, Steroids,
6. Exposure of UV radiation.
Ques :-What are the complaints of patients?
Ans :- Patients will complaint of gradual, progressive, painless loss of vision which may or may not be associated with colored halos of light the subject should consult ophthalmologist for necessary intervention.
Ques:- What is the treatment of Cataract?
Ans :-The treatment is only surgical. No conservative/medical treatment help in removing Catract.The mode of treatment is surgical by removing the opacified lens & replacing it with artificial intraocular lens. The latest procedure is known as phaco emulsification in which high energy is used to emulsify & aspirate natural opaque lens.
Ques:- What advantage of phaco over conventional procedure?
Ans :- 1. Small incision
2. Suture less Surgery
3. Post-Op recovery is fast.
Ques:- What are Pre-Op investigations?
Ans :- 1. Systemic:-To R/O Systemic ailment is:
Or any other cardiac ailment
2.Occular :- YA &BCVA
Status of Anterior segment/retina
Ques:- What are the medication used after post-op period?
Ans :- a. Requires use of steroids & antibiotics
b. Personal hygiene to be maintained.
Family Planning (Contraception)
(contribution by Gynae & Obs. Deptt.)
The population of India is growing at alarming proportions. Latest population growth estimates state that 4 babies are born every minute in India. This growth is putting a heavy strain on the national health, social and economic resources. Hence there is an urgent need for increased contraceptive awareness to curb this growth.
There are several methods of contraception available today. These can be tailored to the needs of the couple desiring contraception. In the ‘Cafeteria Approach’, various contraceptive methods and their advantages/disadvantages are explained to the eligible couple. The final decision regarding the choice of contraception is made by the couple as per their convenience.
Most commonly utilized methods at present are:
- Barrier contraception – Condom (Nirodh0
- Oral Contraceptive pills – Mala N
- Intrauterine devices – Copper-T
- Permanent sterilization methods – Vasectomy
Frequenctly Asked Questions (FAQs ) pertaining to the above and their answers.
1. Barrier Contraception
Ques:- What is a Condom/Nirodh?
Ans :- It is a barrier device made of latex rubber to be worn by the male partner during coitus.
Ques:- What are the benefits of Nirodh?
Ans :- Benefits of Nirodh:
- Protection from unwanted pregnancy
- Easy to use and dispose
- Easily available with family planning departments of all government hospitals
- No ill effects on male/female partner
Ques:- What are risks with Nirodh?
Ans :- Risks with Nirodh
- Single use; can’t be reused
- Chances of failure due to rupture/slippage are high
- Some males complain of decreased sensation with use of condom
2.Oral Contraceptive pills
Ques:- Type of pills available in the market?
Ans :- Type of pills available in the market:
- Mala N – Available free of cost at all Govt. hospitals
- Mala D – Available at 1/10th price of other pills
- Emergency contraception
Ques:- Method of use?
Ans :- Mathod of use :
- Pack of 28 tablets, containing 21 tablets of combined pills for the 1st 21 days of the cycle and 7 tablets containing iron-folic acid for the last 7 days of the cycle.
- To be started from the 1st-2nd day of menses and one tablet to be taken daily
- Post MTP – from day 1 or within the 1st week
- Post pregnancy – after 6 months of delivery
- not used in lactation
3. Intrauterine Contraceptive Device:
Ques:- What is a Copper-T?
Ans :- - It is a plastic T shaped device impregnated with copper which acts a
- Copper-T 380 A (Life span 10years) is available at all Govt. hospitals free of
Ques:- What is ideal time of insertion?
Ans :- Ideal time for insertion:
- Post menses Day 3-Day 5
- Post MTP – within 2 weeks of 2nd trimester MTP
- immediately after 1st trimester MTP
- Post delivery – After onset of menses or 6 weeks postpartum whichever is earlier
Ques:- What is place of insertion?
Ans :- Places of insertion:
- All Govt. hospitals
- Primary health centers
- Sub centers
- Community health centers
Ques:- Who can use a Copper-T?
Ans :- Women with 1 child who do not desire a second child or wish to space the childrens
Ques:- When to remove or lifespan of device?
Ans :- - Copper-T 380A – 10 years
- Copper-T 200B – 3 years
- Multiwad250 – 3 years
- Multiwad375 – 5 years
Ques:- What are the advices after Copper-T insertion?
Ans :- Advices after Copper-T insertion:
- Lady should be able to feel threads
- To follow up after menses every 3 months to check threads, if intact
- To report to the nearby health center if:
-Threads not felt
- Heavy bleeding
- Severe cramping pain in abdomen
Ques:- What are the method available?
Ans :- Method available:
- Male – Vasectomy
- Female – Tubectomy[(Post partum, Interval (Post menses), Laparoscopic]
Ques:- What is “E” Contraception?
Ans :- “E” Contraception:
- Method of contraception used in case of unprotected coitus when an accidental pregnancy is anticipated.
- Can also be used when standard methods fail.
Ques:- What are the methods of use?
Ans :- Method of use:
- To be taken within 72 hours of unprotected coitus
- 1 tablet to be taken immediately followed by 2nd tablet 12 hour later.
(Contribution by Peads Deptt.)
- Infectious disease can be prevented through immunization
- Diseases preventable only by immunization:
Poliomyelitis, Diphtheria, Measles, Tetanus, Rubella, Peruses, mumps, H. influenzae, Chicken Pox, Hepatitis-B, Meningococcal, Meningitis (A&B Serotypes)
- National Immunization Schedule
Birth - BCG, OPV, Hep-B
6 Weeks - DPT 1, OPV 1,Hep-B
10 Weeks - DPT 2, OPV 2,Hep-B
14 Weeks - DPT 3, OPV 3,Hep-B
9 Month - Measles
15 Month - MMR
18-24 Month - DTP & OPV 1st booster
2 Year - Typhoid
5 Year - DT
10Yr & 16 Yr - TT
- Following are not contraindicated for administration of vaccines:
- Mild acute illness
- Low grade fever
- Mild diarrhea
- Pre maturity
- History of allergies
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