Unit & Beds availability: 4 Unit with 120 Beds

Teaching & Non Teaching Faculty and PG Students

Department facility / Infrastructure

General Facilities:

Nomenclature Museum Research Lab. Clinical Demonstration Room Duty Room for Resident Doctors & Students Laboratory for Routine Examination Examination & Treatment Room Store Room for Linen Ward Pantry
Male Female    
Size (Area) 25m2 50m2 20 m2 20 m2 20 m2 15 m2 15 m2 15 m2 15 m2

 Office Space:

Nomenclature Dept. Office Professor / Head of the Dept. Professors Associate Professor Assistant Professor Senior Resident Junior Residents
Size (Area) 20m2 20m2 20m2 20m2 20m2 20m2 21m2


Important Equipments available
Laparoscopes 2 With HD monitors
Sigmoidoscope Rigid
Flexible Upper GI Endoscope &Colonoscope
Facility for PEG
Diagnostic cystoscope
Pulse oximeter
Multiparameter Monitors
Incubators/ Transport incubators
Neonatal Bassinet
Arterial blood analyzer
Oesophageal /Gastric pH & pressure recorder
Flexible GI Endoscope
C-arm image intensifier
Operating microscope-binocular with Video monitor
Operative ultrasound
Stapling device Assorted
Closed Circuit T.V.


Blood Pressure Apparatus, Stethoscope,diagnostic kit, weighing machine,skinfold caliper, eight scale.
X-ray viewing box 4 in 1
Proctoscope & Gabriel Syringe
Sigmoidoscope (Rigid)
Flexible Endoscope, Upper Gl,
Colonscope (one set in Main O.T.)
Diagnostic Crystoscope
Operation Theatre Table
Operation Theatre Ceiling light
Pedestal lights
Electro-surgical unit
Pulse oximeter (one for Endoscopy Room)
Anaesthesia Equipment
Resuscitation kit
Assorted surgical instrument for minor operation sets
B.P. Apparatus, Stethoscope, diagnostic kit (4 sets in each ward)
Weighing machine, height scale, skinfold Caliper (2 each in each ward
Proctoscope (2 in each ward)
Monitors for pulse rate, Heart Rate, E.C.G., Invasive and non-invasive pressure (2 in each ward)
Incubators/Transport incubators
Neonatal Bassinet
Arterial blood analyzer
Oesophageal/Gastric pH & pressure recorder
Operating tables
Operating Ceiling light
Paedestal side light (for emergency use)
Electrosurgical Unit
General Sets (8 for each Operation Theatre)
Burr hole set
Vascular set (1 in each O.T.)
Anaesthesia Equipment as per requirement of Anaesthesia department Diagnostic and operative laparoscope 2
Flexible G.I. Endoscope
Laser (May be shared with other departments)
C-arm image intensifier
Operating microscope-binocular with Video monitor
Operative ultrasound
Stapling device Assorted
Closed Circuit T.V.
Computer with laser Printer
Electronic Typewriters
Overhead projector
Video Cassett Recorder/video Cassette Player


Area of Department Library:     30m2

No. of Books Available:

            Central Library:     1332                                       

            Departmental Library:     175

Departmental Museum:

  • Space: 25 Sq. Meter
  • of specimens 33
  • Charts/ Diagrams. 15

• Publications


  • Sachin ID, Manasa RM. Thrombo-angitisobliterans: a clinico-pathological study. IntSurg J 2016;3:201-6
  • George T, Babu RKN, Thomas PT. Reliability of ultrasonography in the diagnosis of acute appendicitis. IntSurg J 2016;3:59-61
  • Abraham Mathew, Haris K.R, P.T Thomas. A study on the usefulness of triple assessment in lumpy breasts in perimenopausalwomen.International Surgery Journal. Vol.3 Issue.1.Feb-2016
  • ManojGopal V., Nibi Hassan, Anna Susan Thomas, P.T Thomas. Association of Lymphocytic thyroidits and papillary thyroid carcinoma; a retrospective study done at a tertiary care center in Kerala, India. International Surgery Journal 2016;3(2)
  • Abraham Mathew, Sharath J.N, P.T Thomas. A Study of post-operativePulmonary complications following upper abdominal operations. Indian Journal of Basic and Applied Medical Research, December 2015, Vol.-5, Issue – 1, P. 351-358
  • Manasa MR, Preethy JK, Sachin ID. Compliance to prescribed medication among patients in a tertiary care hospital using Morisky-Green test. Int J Basic ClinPharmacol. Online First: 30 Dec, 2015
  • John Joseph, Rajiv Philip, Mangalanandan. Leydig cell tumour in a child-Organ sparing surgery. Pushpagiri Medical Journal, Vol 6, No.1, July – December 2014
  • Vijay Abraham, Abraham Mathew, Vijit Cherian, SudhakarChandran, George Mathew. Aberrant subclavian artery: Anatomical curiosity or clinical entity. International Journal of surgery 2009.Vol7,issue2,106-109
  • Vinod Kumar, A.S. Mathew. Clinical Study of Abdominal Hollow Visceral Perforation – Non Traumatic.July-Volume :3Issue :30:8366-8371
  • John Joseph. Intussusception: A short term retrospective analysis. Pushpagiri Medical Journal, January – June 2012. Vol. 3, No.2,117-120
  • Joe Mathew,Shikhil P, Amarendra, Praveen P. Acute intestinal obstruction due to internal herniation in a fold associated with a congenital malrotation. Pushpagiri Medical Journal, Vol 4, No.2, January – June 2013
  • Sachin ID,O G Varghese, Amarendra, P T Thomas. Neuroendocrine carcinoma of small bowel. Pushpagiri Medical Journal, Vol 4, No.2, January – June 2013
  • John Joseph, Jacob Abraham. Neonatal Teratomas. Pushpagiri Medical Journal, July – December 2013, Vol 5, No.1,56-59
  • RajanBabu K N, Haris K R, Thomas PT. Spigelian Hernia – A type of inter-parietal hernia – Pushpagiri Medical Journal accepted for publication
  • ManojGopal V, Haris K R, Mathew AS. Extranodal lymphoma – Pushpagiri Medical Journal – accepted for publication

 Ongoing Research Projects:

  • A Clinico Pathological Correlation of Lumpy breast in Perimenopausal Women.-Dr. Haris K. R, Dr. A. S. Mathew
  • Post operative pulmonary complications in major upper abdominal surgeries – A comparative study in elective versus emergency cases.-Dr. Sharath J. N, Dr. P. T. Thomas
  • Study of significance of APACHE 2 score in predicting the mortality of patients admitted in surgical ICU with acute pancreatitis and trauma (chest and abdominal).- Dr. Josy T. Koshy, Dr. Joe Mathew
  • Accuracy in diagnosis of acute appendicitis by comparing serum C- reactive protein measurements and modified Alvaradi score.-Dr. Joel Mathew John, Dr. K. N. Rajanbabu.
  • Validation of a scoring system for predicting difficult laparoscopic colecystectomy – an obersation study.-Dr. Nibi Hassan, Dr. ManojGopal V.
  • To evaluate the association between TSH concentration and thyroid cancer and to assess whether serum TSH level are of value in predicting malignancy in patients with thyroid swelling.-Dr. Benny Bright, Dr. Joe Mathew
  • Study of relationship between axillary node involvement and time taken to removed the drain after modified radical mastectomy in a case of carcinoma breast.-Dr. Shikhil P., Dr. Joe Mathew
  • Correlation of clinical, cytological, Sonological diagnosis with histopathological diagnosis in cases of clinically diagnosed solitary thyroid nodule.-Dr. P. Amarendra, Dr. A. S. Mathew

Comparitive study on posr of complications of open and stapler haemorrhoidectomy.-Dr. M. Omprakash, Dr. Joe Mathew

Services provided by the Department

  • Upper GI Endoscopy
  • Colonoscopy
  • Endoscopic Surgery
  • Stapler Haemorrhoidectomy
  • Laparoscopic Surgery
  • Round the clock emergency and elective
  • Laparoscopic surgeries.
  • Laparoscopic appendectomy
  • Laparoscopic cholecystectomy
  • Laparoscopic hernia
  • Laparoscopic intestinal resection anastomosis
  • Laparoscopic splenectomy

Intensive Care facilities:

  • Post-Operative  ICU
  • Surgery Intensive Care (2 Units)
  • Septic ICU
  • Burns ICU
  • Neonatal ICU
  • Pediatric ICU
  • Medical ICU/ICCU
  • ICCU
  • Neurosurgery ICU
  • Obstetric & Gynecological Critical care area
  • Kidney transplant ICU

Operation Theatres:

No. of theatres:   4

No. of OT tables:      4

Speciality Clinics run by the Department:


S.No. Name of the Clinic Days on which held Timings Average No. of cases attended Name of Clinic In-charge
1 Cardiovascular & Thoracic Wednesday & Saturday 12 to 1.30pm 5 – 7 Dr Joe Mathew
2 Urology Monday & Friday 12 to 1.30pm 5 – 6 Dr. Sachin I. D
3 Plastic Surgery Tuesday & Friday 12 to 1.30pm 8 – 15 Dr Abraham Mathew
4 Surgical Gastroeneterology Tuesday & Friday 12 to 1.30pm 6 – 11 Dr. ManojGopal V
5 Neuro-Surgery Thursday & Saturday 12 to 1.30pm 5 – 12 Dr. K. N. RajanBabu
6 Paediatric Surgery Wednesday & Friday 12 to 1.30pm 15 – 30 Dr John Joseph
7 Surgical Oncology Thursday & Friday 12 to 1.30pm 4 – 8 DrJency John
8 Vascular Surgery Monday & Friday 12 to 1.30pm 3  – 5 Dr. Vishnu V.
9 Thyroid clinic Tuesday & Friday 12 to 1.30pm 8 – 15 Dr. P. T. Thomas