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OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT

Services

  • Ayothidoss Pandithar Hospital is a 200 bedded Hospital attached with National Institute of Siddha is providing health Care Services through Siddha system of medicine. 
  • The OP department has started functioning from 13.10.2004 and the treatment is being given to the patients free of cost at OPD and IPD. Semiprivate Air conditioned special wards are also available for which payment is applicable.
  • Faculty members, Medical  Officers and Post Graduate Scholars of various departments provide consultation and treatment to more than 2000 patients daily on an average.
  • Out patient consultation are available on all 365 days of the year.

HOSPITAL SUPERINTENDENT I/C : Dr. S. Visweswaran MD (S)., Ph.D

DEPUTY MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT : Dr. Radhika Madhavan MD (S)


PATIENT REGISTRATION

 

GENERAL OP

  Registration Time Consultation Time
General OP 7.55 a.m to 12.00 noon 8.00 a.m to 12.00 noon

SPECIAL OP (Special Out Patient Clinics)

 Name of Special OP Day Consultation Time

Irudaya noi & Nurai Eeral noi - Iraippu irumal (Cardiac diseases and Branchial Asthma)

Monday 2.00 p.m to 4.00 pm
Madhumegam (Diabetes) Monday 2.00 p.m to 4.00 pm
Mooppu iyal (Geriatrics) Tuesday 2.00 p.m to 4.00 pm
Autism Tuesday 2.00 p.m to 4.00 pm
Yogam and Kayakalpam (Rejuvenation therapy) Wednesday 2.00 p.m to 4.00 pm
Putrunoi (Cancer) Wednesday 2.00 p.m to 4.00 pm
Azhagu iyal (Cosmetology) Thursday 2.00 p.m to 4.00 pm
Athithoolam (Obesity) Thursday 2.00 p.m to 4.00 pm
Magavinmai (Infertility) Friday 2.00 p.m to 4.00 pm
Siruneeraga noigal & Athikuruthi azhutham (Renal diseases & Hypertension)  Friday 2.00 p.m to 4.00 pm
  • OPD registration is done at the New registration counter with a minimal charge of Rs 15/- for the first visit.
  • During each subsequent visit patients are charged Rs 5/- towards registration at old registration counter.
  • There are about five registration counters are functioning.
  • A help desk is available in the out-patient premises for guiding the patients.

Help Desk

HELP DESK GUIDANCE


CONSULTATION:

  • Patient by enquiring help desk provided in the reception can visit the respective consultation room relating to their disease condition.
  • Patients are attended on first come first serve basis. However out of turn consultation may be provided in case of emergency.
  • For consultation, all the doctors including senior faculties are available in each department.
  • Proper consultation is provided by the PG scholars of individual departments under the supervision of the Head of the department/faculty concerned.
  • After needful examination and consultation the patients are directed to follow a line of treatment recommended by the consultant i.e. Internal medicine prescription, required External therapy and  requisition for various Investigations like Hematology, X ray, ECG etc.,

OPD CONSULTATION ROOM


OPD Consultation

OPD CONSULTATION ROOM


OPD Consultation

OPD CONSULTATION ROOM


INVESTIGATIONS:

After OPD consultation, the treating doctor fills up the necessary requisition forms for various investigations and directs the patients to concerned departments.


Lab-reception

LAB-RECEPTION


Available Investigation facilities:

Routine blood investigations, Sputum, Urine, Stools and Some Special investigations are performed.


Blood Investigation:

Separate clinical labs are available for Biochemistry, Clinical pathology and Micro biology with well equipped Instruments and qualified & trained laboratory professionals.


LABORATORY SAMPLE COLLECTION:

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BLOOD SAMPLE COLLECTION


  • Sample collection centre is available in the Inpatient building near the hospital office.
  • Timings: 8 am – 12 noon.
  • Report for the tests are made available on next day.
  • For fasting Blood Sugar examination patients has to report in empty stomach between 8:00 am to 9:00 am.

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MICROSCOPIC EXAMINATION


NEERKURI – NEIKKURI (OIL ON URINE SIGN)

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OIL SPREADING PATTERN IN URINE (SIEVE LIKE)


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OIL SPREADING PATTERN IN URINE


Other Investigations:

X-RAY

  • X ray investigation facility is available with well trained and qualified technicians with Radiologist opinion at OPD hours.

X-Ray Investigation

X RAY INVESTIGATION

ULTRASOUND 

Diagnostic imaging modality based on the application of ultrasound (i.e. transmission,reflection and reception of high frequency sound waves) 

Used to examine the soft tissues inside the body and also monitor the blood flow in accessible vessels and thereby used to diagnose a variety of medical conditions.

Various USG s done:

Abdomen - complete,upper, lower, Pelvis, Follicular study, Neck, Transe Vaginal Scan (TVS), Obstetrics, Neuro sonogram, Musculo Skeletal Scan (MSK), Breast, Doppler of upper, lower limbs artery and venous, Carotid doppler, Renal etc.

user charges:

Abdomen/pelvis/KUB/Follicular/TVS/obstetrics     Rs.200/-

Neck/Breast/MSK                                              Rs 300/-

Doppler studies                                                 Rs.500/-

SEX DETERMINATION OF FETUS IN UTERO IS ILLEGAL AND IS NOT PRACTICED IN THIS CENTRE.

ECG

 

  • ECG investigation facility is available with well trained and qualified technicians at OPD hours.

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ECG INVESTIGATION

SPIROMETRY (PULMONARY FUNCTION TEST):

The Pulmonary Function Test (PFT), also commonly known as a Breathing Test, is designed to measure how well your lungs are working. 

PFT  MAY BE PRESCRIBED IN THE FOLLOWING SITUATIONS:

Asthma, Smoker, Occupational lung disease, Restrictive lung disease, Unexplained cough > 3 months, Unexplained dyspnoea, Diaphragmatic function, Neuromuscular diseases ( to see for involvement of respiratory muscles), Fitness for surgery, Drug efficacy for non infectious respiratory ailments, 

PFT INCLUDES ONE OR ANY COMBINATION OF THE FOLLOWING:

Spirometry, Spirometry with bronchodilator, ROCC, ROCC with bronchodilator, Respiratory muscle function assessment

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE COMING FOR TESTING:

1.Fasting is not required, but avoid eating a heavy meal at least 2 hours before test.

2.Depending on the type of tests, you may be asked to withhold certain  medication.so kindly bring your list of medications 

3.Wear loose comfortable clothing.

4.Do not smoke at least ONE hr before test.

5.Do not consume alcohol atleast 4 hrs before test

6.No strenuous exercise 1 hr before test.

CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR TESTING

Testing should not be done if the subject has or reports any of the following:

1. Heart attack - last three months

2. Chest or abdominal surgery - past 3 months

3. Eye surgery - past 1 month

4. Pregnant woman - last trimester of pregnancy

5. Active case of pulmonary tuberculosis

6. any other co‐morbidity (such as unstable angina or pneumonia) that, in the opinion of a local clinician, may affect the performance of the test or impact the volunteer’s safety .

TIMING  OF TESTING :

The test may take anywhere between 20 minutes to one hour depending on the test prescribed.

The test will be done from 8 am till 12 noon with prior appointment only.

BEFORE YOUR TEST

Be prepared to tell PFT nurse about : 

1.What medications you are taking:  including usage of any oral / parenteral medication, inhalers and nebulizers if any.

2.Allergies to medications; 

3.Smoking history including how many years you smoked and how many packs per day;

4.Occupational history for potential exposures.

DURING YOUR TEST

You will be asked to sit straight  in a stool and breathe through a mouthpiece. The PFT nurse will instruct you step by step throughout the tests. 

AFTER YOUR TEST

You may return to your normal activity. The PFT doctor will evaluate your studies and a report will be prepared for you to take.


DISPENSARY:

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DISPENSING OF MEDICINES – GENERAL COUNTER


  • Patients can collect the prescribed medicines from the dispensary counters situated next to OPD.
  • There are 10 counters available for dispensing of medicine.
  • Among them two counters are running separately for Senior citizens.

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SEPARATE COUNTER FOR SENIOR CITIZENS


  • Medicines are dispensed by trained and qualified pharmacists.
  • After getting medicines the patients can approach the doctors for clarification about consumption.

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DISPENSING OF MEDICINES – GENERAL COUNTER

  

Out Patient Department (Morning)

DEPARTMENT
FACULTIES
DESIGNATION
OP RoomNo
Timings
MARUTHUVAM
Prof. Dr.K. Manickavasakam
Dr. N. Periyasamypandian
Dr. K. Thangadurai
Dr. T. Lakshmikantham
Dr. H. Vedha Merlin Kumari
Dr. H. Nalini Sofia
HoD
Asso. Professor
Asso. Professor
Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer
1
8 a.m. to 12 noon
GUNAPADAM
Prof. Dr. M. Rajasekaran
 
-
Dr. S. Visweswaran
Dr. S. Sivakumar
Dr. A. Mariappan
Professor
-
-
Lecturer, HoD i/c
Lecturer
Lecturer
2
8 a.m. to 12 noon
SIRAPPU MARUTHUVAM
Dr. N.J. Muthukumar
-
Dr. V. Mahalakshmi
Dr. M.V. Mahadevan
Dr. D. Periyaswamy
Dr. P. Samundeshwari
Asso.Prof/HOD I/C
-
Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer
3
8 a.m. to 12 noon
KUZHANTHAI MARUTHUVAM
-
Dr. M. Meenakshi Sundaram
-
Dr. A.M. Amala Hazal
Dr. K. Suresh
Dr. P. Arul Mozhi
Dr. K. Vennila
-
Asso. Professor, HoD i/c
-
Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer
9
8 a.m. to 12 noon
NOI NAADAL
-
Dr. G.J. Christian
Dr. M. Kanniyakumari
Dr. S. Elansekaran
Dr. M. Ramamurthy
Dr. V. Srinivasan
-
Asso.Professor, HoD i/c
Asso.Professor
Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer
5
8 a.m. to 12 noon
NANJU MARUTHUVAM
Dr. R. Rengasundari
Dr. R. Madhavan
Dr. P. Shanmugapriya
Dr. S. Murugesan
Dr. V. Manjari
Asso. Professor
Lecturer HOD i/c
Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer
6
8 a.m. to 12 noon
ARUVAI THOL MARUTHUVAM
Dr. N.J. Muthukumar
-
Dr. V. Mahalakshmi
Dr. M.V. Mahadevan
Dr. D. Periyaswamy
Dr. P. Samundeshwari
Asso.Prof/HOD I/C
-
Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer
7
8 a.m. to 12 noon
SOOL MAGALIR MARUTHUVAM
-
Dr. M. Meenakshi Sundaram
-
Dr. A.M. Amala Hazal
Dr. K. Suresh
Dr. P. Arul Mozhi
Dr. K. Vennila
-
Asso. Professor, HoD i/c
-
Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer
Lecturer
8
8 a.m. to 12 noon
AVASARA MARUTHUVAM
Dr. I. Sangeetha
Dr. J. Nisha
Dr. A. Sureka
-
Asst. Professor
Emergency Medical Officer
Emergency Medical Officer
-
4
8 a.m. to 12 noon
GENERAL OPD
Residential Medical Officer
Emergency Medical Officer
Medical Officers
As per roster
 
 
10
8 a.m. to 12 noon

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