Sri Venkateswara Institute of Medical Sciences SVIMS

Tirupati india

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Sri Venkateswara Institute of Medical Sciences SVIMS Lecture Notes, Class Text books and Notes, Important Questions, BookBank, Study Material

M.B.B.S (Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery)

Nursing(M.Sc, B.Sc)

B.D.S(Bachelor of Dental Surgery)

B.Pharma(Bachelor of Pharmacy)

Biotechnology(M.Sc, B.Sc)

Welcome!

Sri Venkateswara Institute of Medical Sciences, a tertiary care referral centre and a jewel in the crown of the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams, Tirupati, has established itself as a Medical University of repute with the blessings of Lord Venkateswara.  SVIMS hospital has acquired the state-of-art equipment with well recognised faculty & best practices, svims offers evidence based patient centred care as well as population health taken active in population health management. 

It was established with a view in providing Super Specialty facilities with nominal cost to the poor. Its major objectives include service, training and education & research in advanced medical sciences and technology. SVIMS has well trained, dedicated faculty to serve the poor and needy patients belonging to not only Andhra Pradesh but also several of the neighbouring states as well. During the last two decades, SVIMS has witnessed a phenomenal   growth in academic, research and health care services.  Particularly heart-warming is the exemplary performance of SVIMS in the implementation of the NTR Vaidya Seva Scheme of Govt. of Andhra Pradesh and the Sri Venkateswara Pranadana scheme of the TTD.

SVIMS has been recognized by Medical Council of India (MCI) since 2003 for conducting various DM, MCh, MD courses. It is a Superspeciality hospital comprise of SPMC(W) college, nursing college, Physiotherapy, Allied health science. In 2006, the Government of India included SVIMS as one of the institutions for upgradation at par with AIIMS, New Delhi.



Welcome to SVIMS - SPMC(W)!

SVIMS, Sri Padmavathi Medical College for Women was established in the year 2014 with an annual intake of 150 students for MBBS Degree Course. It is the second government medical college in India exclusively for only women students.

The Government  of Andhra Pradesh has issued revised / revalidated Essentiality Certificate (dt: 17.09.2013) to SVIMS Sri Padmavathi Medical College for women for starting MBBS Course with 150 admissions in the SVIMS premises, Tirupati.  Further, the TTDs was kind enough in allotting 50 acres of land, in addition to the existing 57.04 acres within the campus.  An extent of 26.2 acres of vacant land is utilized for developing the facilities like Medical College, Teaching Hospital, Library and Residential complex by APMSIDC, Govt. of A.P. 

The Buildings of the Medical College, Teaching Hospital (SVIMS University), Students Hostels, Staff Quarters, College of Nursing, College of Physiotherapy and other Buildings are housed in a Unitary Campus. The major land marks near the Medical College are Tirupati Regional Science Centre and Opposite to Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan School and Alipiri Special Police Protection Force.







College of Nursing

College of Nursing started functioning at SVIMS in the september,1996 with a 4 year B.Sc., Nursing Degree Programme. The annual intake of students is 100 per year. The academic sector comprising of curricular, co-curricular, extra curricular activities are managed by the teaching faculty. The faculty members are responsible for providing for direct teaching, learning experiences not only in the class rooms, but also in the clinical and community health settings. College of Nursing is making use of the following hospitals and health centres for providing clinical learning experience to there students apart from SVIMS.

Objectives

  • To create a centre of excellence for providing medical care, educational and research facilities of a higher order in the field of medical sciences in the existing super specialties and such other super specialties as may develop in future, including Continuing Medial Education and Hospital Administration.

  • To develop patterns of teaching in post-graduate level and in super specialties so as to set a high standard of medical education.

  • To provide for training in para-medical and allied fields, particularly in relating to super specialties.

  • To function as a referral hospital.

  • To provide post-graduate teaching and conduct research in the relevant disciplines of modern medicine and other allied sciences, including inter-disciplinary fields of physical and biological sciences.

Awards, achievements and felicitations

Awards:

1.   Dr  P. Sudha Rani, Professor / Principal, CON “Awarded Meritorious Education Excellence Award by Global society for Health & Educational Growth, Delhi on July 2014. 

2.   Mrs. S. Swarna, Asso. Prof. Awarded M.Phil degree on November, 2014 

 

Achievements:

1.   On occasion of International Organ Donation Day on 28th November 2014. The following students secure prizes on “Importance of organ donations”.

2. Painting Competetion: K.S. Lavanya, II M.Sc (N) got 1st prize and G. Rachana, II   B.Sc (N) got 3rd prize. P.Haritha, 1st M.Sc (N) and N. Prathusha, II B.Sc (N) got consolation prizes.

Fellowships received       

National

1.   Dr  M. Nagarathnam, Asso. Prof. was awarded “Fellowship of the life time achievement of receiving doctorate of Philosophy on 13th September, 2014 on the occasion of 7th alumni reunion by Omayal achi, College of Nursing, Chennai

Research Work

Dissertations submitted (Msc Dissertation)

1.   Anuradha B. (Medical Surgical Nursing). A study to assess the factors affecting therapeutic compliance among hypertensive patients attending hypertension clinic. SVIMS, Tirupati.

2.   Anusha G. A study to assess the effectiveness of preoperative teaching programme on anxiety levels among patients undergoing cardiac surgery at cardiothoracic ward. SVIMS, Tirupati.

3.   Chaitanya K. A study to evaluate the effectiveness of structured teaching programme on bronchopneumonia among mothers of under five children in S.V.R.G.G.H, Tirupathi.

4.   Chottima S. A study to assess the level of anxiety and coping strategies among eamcet exam appearing students at selected college of Tirupathi, with a view to develop an information booklet on eamcet exam anxiety and relaxation techniques

5.    DeepthiS. A study to assess the knowledge on cardiac rehabilitation among myocardial infarction patients admitted cardiology ward, SVIMS, Tirupati.

6.    Divya Madhuri R. A comparative study to assess the knowledge of mothers regarding home management of selected childhood illnesses among toddlers residing in selected urban and rural areas of Tirupati.

7.    Jagadeeswari J. An assessment of nutritional status of preschool children in selected rural anganwadi centers of  Tirupati.

8.    Karunasri CH.  A study to assess the knowledge regarding domestic waste management among women in a selected urban area Tirupati.

9.    Lakshmi Bhavani K. A study to assess the quality of life among post myocardical infarction patients attending cardiology OPD, SVIMS, Tirupati.

10.  Lathasree U. A study to assess the knowledge on prevention of coronary artery disease among patients underwent coronary angiography with normal coronaries at cardiology ward, SVIMS, Tirupathi.

11.  Leelavathi A. A comparative study to assess the attitude of mothers and fathers stowards girl child in selected areas of Tirupati.

12.  Mahathi J. A comparative study to assess the academic achievement motivation among secondary school students in urban and rural areas of Tirupati.

13.  Manjula M. A study to assess the knowledge on selected aspects of new born care among third trimester primigravida mothers attending MCH centre, Tirupati.

14.  Manoranjani G. A study to assess the effectiveness of structured teaching programme on knowledge regarding PPIUCD {Post-Plancental Intrauterine Contraceptive Device) among primigravida mothers in selected MCH center.

15.  Meena K. A study to assess the effectiveness of structured teaching programme on lifestyle modifications among postmenopausal women in selected rural areas, Tirupati:

16.  Naga Venkat K. A study to assess the level of knowledge regarding transmission and prevention of lymphatic filariasis among adults in selected urban slum.

17.  Padma K. A study to assess the level of knowledge on diet among patients with coronary artery disease attending cardiology OPD, SVIMS, Tirupati

18.  Padma V. A study to assess the parental attachment and self-esteem among adolescents of selected colleges, at Tirupathi.

19.  Rajkumar D. A study to assess the level of knowledge on hepatitis-B among adolescents in selected rural government junior colleges Tirupati.

20.  Reddemma C. A comparative study to assess the level of depression among elderly men and women residing at selected old age home, Tirupathi.

21.  Samhitha J. A Comparative study to assess knowledge attitude and knowledge on practices regarding diet during selected childhood illnesses among mothers of under fives of urban and rural areas, Tirupati.

22.  Sandhya Rani K. A study to assess the knowledge regarding eclampsia among multipurpose health workers (F) at selected PHCs, Tirupathi.

23.  Sobha K. A study to evaluate the effectiveness of structured teaching programme on pelvic floor exercises in prevention of urinary incontinence among premenopausal women in selected areas, Tirupathi.

24. Sravan Reddy G. A Study to assess the effectiveness of the structured teaching programme on polycystic ovary syndrome among adolescent girls in a selected college, Tirupathi.

25.  Suhasini U. A study to assess the level of stress and coping among mothers of children with hearing impairment in selected institutions for deaf in Tirupathi.

26. Suleman Shareef M. A study to assess the knowledge regarding cataract among adults in selected areas of Tirupathi.

27. Vasanth Kumar K. A study to assess the burden among the caregivers of schizophrenic clients in S.V.R.R.G.G.H, Tirupathi.

28. Venkatalakshumma J. A study to assess the effectiveness of structured teaching programme regarding infertility among degree students at a selected college, Tirupati.

 

Ongoing Dissertations Work (MSc Dissertation)

 

1.    Aswini Kumar Reddy G.  A study to assess the level of depression among obese adolescents of selected schools at Tirupati.

2.    Jeevitha N. A study to assess the level of adjustment among orphanized children at Tirupati.

3.    Jyothsna P. A study to assess the effectiveness of structured teaching programme on scrub types among mothers of under five children at selected Anganwadi centers, Tirupati.

4.    Lavanya K.S. A study to assess the study habits of tenth grade students in relation to their academic achievements in selected schools at Tirupati.

5.    Sandeep Kumar M. Skill training on insulin self administration among children attending Juvenile diabetic clinic, SVIMS, Tirupati.

6.   Sandhya L. A study to assess the effectiveness of structured teaching programme for primi mothers regarding infant feeding practices in selected rural areas, Tirupati.

7.   Mary Pavani B. A study to assess the knowledge regarding osteoporosis among postmenopausal women of selected self help groups at selected urban areas of Tirupati.

8.   Prabhavathi C. A study to assess the knowledge regarding utilization of ICDS services among mothers of under five children at selected Anganwadi Centers of Tirupati.

9.   Prabhavathi S. A study to assess the effectiveness of STP on drug adherence to ATT among clients attending DOT center at SVIMS, Tirupati.

10. Shameem S. A study to assess the knowledge regarding Gestational diabetes among antenatal mothers at urban health center, Tirupati.

11. Vamsi Krishna S. A study to assess the knowledge attitude among attendees of Integrated Counseling and Testing center (ICTC) at selected health centers, Tirupati.

12. Venkatareddy Rani C. A study to assess the utilization of JSY services among postnatal mothers attending MCH Center, Tirupati.

13.  Pavana G. A study to assess the knowledge on migraine and to identify triggering factors among migraine patients attending Neurology OPD, SVIMS.

14.  Sakuntala T. A study to assess the level of disability among post stroke clients attending Neurology OPD, SVIMS, Tirupati.

15.  Shalini B. A study assess the impact of stigma on Quality of life in people with epilepsy attending tertiary care centre, Tirupati.

16.  Thulasi Ram T. A study to assess the level of depression among post stroke patients attending Neurology OPD, SVIMS, Tirupati.

17.  Vijaya Lakshmi V. A study to assess the Quality of sleep among clients with Parkinson’s disease attending Neurology OPD, SVIMS, Tirupati.

18.  Geetha M. A study to assess life style adaptation towards menstrual pattern among adolescents in selected educational institutions of Tirupati.

19.  Lakshmi G. A study to assess the knowledge regarding cervical cancer among women in selected villages, Tirupati.

20. Neelavathi N. A study to assess the effectiveness of self instructional modules regarding premenopausal symptoms among selected working women at Tirupati.

21.  Prathyusha Joshi S. A study to assess practice of family planning methods among eligible couples on rural areas of Tirupati.

22.  Pushpa V.  A study to assess the effectiveness of planned (structured) teaching programme on prevention of anemia among antenatal mothers at PHC, Renigunta.

23.  Supraja K.  A study to assess the effectiveness of structured teaching programme on prevention of selected puerperal infections among antenatal mothers attending MCH centre, Tirupati.

24.  Hema B. A study to assess the level of stigma among care givers of schizophrenia patients at SVRRGGH, Tirupati.

25. Santhamma A. A study to assess the attitude of women towards old people at selected areas of Tirupati.

26.  Srilatha. A study to assess the knowledge regarding care of patients receiving antipsychotic drugs among caregivers of schizophrenia patients at SVRRGH, Tirupati.

27.  Srinivasa Rao M. A study to assess the level of ego integrity among geriatric population in selected areas of Tirupati.

28. Supriya S. A study assess the bullying and victimization among high school children in selected schools, Tirupati.

29.  Swathi M. A study to assess the knowledge regarding Alzheimer disease among senior citizens in selected community, Tirupati.

Conferences attended, lecturers delivered

1.  Dr P. Sudha Rani, attended the state level conference on “Revolutionizing Nursing Education” and delivered lecture on “Research priorities in Nursing Education” at GSL & Swatantra College of Nursing, Rajamundry during 25-26 April 2014. 

2.  Dr  P. Sudha Rani, Principal attended as Guest Speaker to the seminar organized by  Amarraja      Batteries Pvt Ltd. Karakambadi to the nurses working in Amarraja Batteries on 22nd September 2014 and deliver lecturer on “Occupation Health Nursing Present, Past and Future.

3.  Dr P. Sudha Rani, Principal attended National Conference “Nurse as a change agent advancing towards global health” and delivered guest lecture on  “ changing role of nurse in advancing health for all health system stewardship”  in Manisha College of Nursing, Visakhapatnam during 5-6 September 2014 and also chaired a Symposium on Strategies for global health nursing perspectives

4.  Dr M. Nagarathnam, attended the “3rd international conference on “Transforming Nursing practice through Research” organized by International centre for collaborative Research” omayal achi College of Nursing, Chennai during 8-10 January 2014 and presented paper on “Assessment of dry hear versus moist heat on case of peripheral I.V catheter insertion

5.   Dr  P. Sudha Rani, attended  international college of Nursing In Nellore during  27- 28th June, 2014 Presented on “Trends in Nursing Education” at International conference, Narayana College of Nursing, Nellore. 

6.  Dr  A. Padmaja as a resource person at panel discussion on “Newer developments and trends in Nursing” held on 14th March 2014, Shenbagha College of Nursing, Chennai.

 7.  Mrs. S. Swarna, Asso. Prof. Presented a paper “Activities of ASHAs in promotion of health in selected district of Andhra Pradesh at International congress on women’s health at S.V. Medical College, Tirupati during 11-13 July 2014.   

 8. Mrs. V. Naganandini, Tutor, attended and presented “Evaluation in Nursing Education” at International conference, Narayana College of Nursing, Nellore on 28-06-14. 

 In “58th Annual National conference of India public Health Association” at S.V.Medical College, Tirupati

9.    Ms. A. Leelavathi & Dr  A. Padmaja, poster presentation on “Discrimination against girls”

10. Mrs. S. Swarna, Presented paper “selection training and knowledge of Accredited Social Health Archivists in selected district of Andhra Pradesh’

 11. Ms. J. Samhitha & Dr  A. Padmaja, poster presentation on “social pollution”, presented at “58th Annual National conference of Indian public Health Association”,

 Publications

Text Books 

  1. Padmaja A. Pediatric Nursing Procedure Manual. Jaypee Medical Publishers (P) Ltd, New Delhi.

  2. Padmaja A. Child Health Nursing- Nursing process approach. Jaypee Medical publishers (P) LTD, New Delhi. 

E-Books 

  1. Padmaja A. Pediatric Nursing Procedure Manual.  Jaypee Medical Publishers (P) Ltd, New Delhi.

  2. Padmaja. Child Health Nursing - Nursing process approach. Jaypee Medical publishers (P) LTD, New Delhi.

Journals

  1.  Sudha Rani P.  Knowledge and practices of menstrual hygiene among married adolescents and young women in chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh, India.  IOSR journal of Nursing and Health Science 2014; 3(2):

  2. Sudha Rani P, Swarna S.  Self reported adherence to antihypertensive therapy among          hypertensive clients.  Nurses of India 2014; 15 (2):

  3. Kokilamma B, Sudha Rani P. Effectiveness of structured teaching programme on                         knowledge about cervical cancer among married women in a selected urban slum,                  Tirupati, A.P.

  4. Nagarathnam M, Vengamma B.  Assessment of quality of life in epilepsy in Andhra                        Pradesh. Neurology Asia 2014;19(3);249-55.

  5. Naganandini V.  A study to assess the effectiveness of respiratory exercises  among                        post operative cardiothoracic patients at Narayana general hospital, Nellore. 2014 ; 4(4): September, 2014.  

  6. Mrs. B.M. Madhavi.  A auasi experimental study to assess the effectiveness of structured teaching programme regarding the ill effects of alcoholism among labourers.  Narayana Nursing Journal, December, 2014

  7. Lakshmi Devi M, Sreelatha M, Sudha Rani P.  A study to assess the effectiveness of structured teaching programme on knowledge regarding dog bite among elementary school children in selected schools at Tirupati.  Narayana Nursing Journal 2014; 4(4).

  8. Sumalatha P, Usha Kiran C. A study to assess level of knowledge and knowledge on practices regarding periodontal disease among antenatal mother attending MCH Centre, Chittoor, Tirupati, A.P.  Narayana Nursing Journal 2014; 4(4).

  9. Mrs. C. Usha Kiran .  “A study to assess the knowledge of college girls with regard to selected aspects of safe motherhood before and after the planned teaching programme in selected college of Raipur“, Nurses of India, Vol. 15, Issue -10, ISSN2320-2009, Dated: 15, October 2014 

Students 

  1. Samhitha J,  Padmaja A.  Diet during children’s illness. Nightingale Nursing Times 2014; 10(6):17-20.

  2. Nagarathnam M, Bhavani Kl, Deepthi S. Assessment of knowledge on foot care among diabetic patients attending tertiary care hospital in A.P. J of Society for wound Care and Research 2014; 7(1); 29-32.

  3. Subhasini N, Nagarathnam M.  Assessment of coping strategies among breast cancer patients on Chemo therapy.  Narayana Nursing Journal -2014. ISSN 2278, 5361, 43-44. 

  4. Sandhya Rani K, Usha Kiran C, Sudha Rani P. A study to assess the knowledge regarding eclampsia among multipurpose health workers (f) at selected phcs, Tirupati.   Nurses of India 2014;15:19-20

  5. Saravan Reddy G, Varalakshmi K, Sudha Rani P. Assess the effectiveness of  structured teaching programme on polycystic ovary system among adolescent girls in selected college, Tirupati.  Nurses of India 2014; 15:20-21.

  6. Venkatalakshmi J, Varalakshmi K. Sudha Rani P. A study to assess the effectiveness of structured teaching programmme regarding infertility among degree students in a selected college, Tirupati.  Nurses of India 2014;15: 18-19.

  7. Sobha K, Usha Kiran C, Sudha Rani P. A study to evaluate the effectiveness of structured teaching programme on pelvic floor exercises in prevention of urinary incontinence among premenopausal women in selected are, Tirupati.  Nurses of India 2014;15:6-7.

  8. Shareef Suleman, Sreelatha M, Sudha Rani P. Assess the knowledge regarding cataract among adults in selected area, Tirupati. Nurses of India 2014;15:4-5. 

  9. Sreelatha M. Knowledge of primary children before and after implementation of structured teaching programme on dental health in selected school of Raichur.  Nurses of India 2014;15:17-18.

  10. Padma V, Bhagyalakshmi, Hemaltha S, Sudha Rani P. A Study to assess the parental attachment and self-esteem among adolescents of selected colleges at Tirupati. IJPRBS  2014;3(4): 749-753,

  11. Suhasini U, Bhagyalakshmi M, Hemalatha S, Sudha Rani P. Stress and coping among mothers of children with hearing impairment.  IJPRBS  2014; 3(4): 730-36.

  12. Reddemma C, Bhagya lakshmi M, Hemalatha S, Sudha Rani P. A comparative study to assess the level of depression among elderly men and women in selected old age homes, Tirupati.  IJPRBS  2014; 3(4): 743-48.

  13. Mahati J, Hemalatha S, Bhagyalakshmi M, Sudha Rani P. A comparative study to assess the academic achievement motivation among secondary school students in urban and rural areas of Tirupati.   IJPRBS  2014; 3(4): 724-29.

 CMEs/Seminars/Workshops/Oration conducted by the department

1.   CME on “Statistics in Nursing Studies” was conducted on 11-07-14 by College of Nursing, SVIMS, at Sri Padmavathi Auditorium, SVIMS University.  Guest speaker : Dr  KVS. Sarma, Principal/ Professor of Statistics S.V. University, Tirupathi the topic is “Statistical methods in data collection with focus on Nursing Studies” and Dr  A. Padmaja, Professor, College of Nursing, SVIMS the topic is    “Importance of Statistics in Nursing Research”


College of Physiotherapy


Physiotherapy services were started in 1993 as clinical department later expanded with academic wing in the year 1995. The college building is provided with good infrastructure facilities and basic required equipments for clinical services. The clinical and academic wings are present in same building. 


Clinical Services

 

a.  Clinical functioning in outpatient physiotherapy department

 

Facilities available:

Movement therapy lab

Paediatric lab

Advanced therapeutic lab

Fitness clinic

Gait lab

Isokinetic analyser

EMG-Biofeedback

Multi Gym

Body composition analyser

                                            

Physiotherapy  Services are extended to

Neuro-related problems

Musculoskeletal related problems

Paediatric related problems

Women’s Health related problems

Geriatric related problems

Sports related problems

Cardiovascular and pulmonary related problems

Occupational related problems

Oncology related problems

Non-communicable diseases related problems

Ergonomics

Industrial related problems

    

b.  Clinical services extended to in-patient department, SVIMS

MICU

RICU & all intensive care units

Endocrinology

Gastroenterology

Neurology

Neurosurgery

Nephrology

Cardiology

Cardiothoracic surgery

Oncology (Medical, Surgical, Radiation)

General surgery

Urology

 

c.   Clinical services extended outside SVIMS

BIRRD

SVRR

S.V.Ayurvedic hospital

Government Maternity hospital

ESI hospital

Charitable organization – Siresh Mandir

 

d.  Statistics

 

 

1993-2003

2004-2014

2015-Till date

In-patient

179664

262844

53,853

Out-patient

71865

105137

14,858

Obesity clinic

-

            22769

 






Hospital & Patient Related 

Emergency HotlinePatients Enquiry
0877 - 2286388/2288888,         Reception : 228774024/7 RMO Helpline : 8333924682

Hospital Office Exchange : 0877-2287777 (ask for Department)
Exchange Alternate No     : 0877-2288118       (ask for Department)

Outpatient Department (SVIMS)

0877 - 2287777 Extn: 2275, 2299

Outpatient Department (SPMCW Hospital)

0877 - 2287777 Extn: 2284

Dr.NTR Vaidya Seva Dr.NTR Vaidya Seva (SPMCW)
Telephone : 0877 - 2286635   Telephone : 0877 - 2286937  

 

Academic Section DIRECTOR’S OFFICE
Registrar           : 0877-2287166 
Dean                 : 0877-2288002 
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Fax                   : 0877-2288002
Telephone  : 0877 - 2287152, 2286131
Fax           : 0877–2286803
Website     : http://svimstpt.ap.nic.in
Controller of Exams
Telephone : 0877 -2287324
Medical Superintendent

Telephone : 0877 -2286115, 2287777, Extn:2265
Fax          : 0877-2286116

Mobile No: 9440296380,9493547686

Sri Padmavathi Medical College for Women (SPMC) 

 Telephone : 0877 - 2286964,2288442   

College of Nursing

Telephone : 0877-2287777 Ext :2292

College of Physiotherapy

Telephone :0877-2287777 Ext:2392

                      : 0877-2287020

Resident Medical Officer -1
Telephone : 0877 -2286115, 2287777,             Extn: 2258

Mobile  No: 9393373277

Resident Medical Officer - 2
Telephone : 0877-2287777,  Extn: 2488,

Mobile  No: 9866356239

Resident Medical Officer - 3
Mobile No : 9949273718