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LLRM Medical College • View topic - Hi ! 88 Batch is grrrrrrrr8.

Hi ! 88 Batch is grrrrrrrr8.

Hi ! 88 Batch is grrrrrrrr8.

Postby Sadhu » Fri Mar 13, 2009 12:52 am

Hi ! Everyone. The oldies from 85 Batch may not be knowing me, but I am gonna take the wind out of their sails in the days to come. They pride themselves on their comp literacy & net posts but I am gonna give them a fitting reply (no offence, Boss). Aaj bas itna hi, Sadhu ko ijazat dijiye, Namaskar.
Bye for now & GOD Bless.

Rakesh.
(Dr.Rakesh Sadhu)
MD(Anaesth.)
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Re: Hi ! 88 Batch is grrrrrrrr8.

Postby Himadri Roy » Fri Mar 13, 2009 1:03 am

Welcome Sadhu,

85 batch oldies surely need some competition in this forum. :D . I am happy to see an enthusiastic person from a batch other than 1985. Wishing you success in your endeavor to give our batch a fitting reply
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Re: Hi ! 88 Batch is grrrrrrrr8.

Postby Sadhu » Tue Mar 24, 2009 10:58 pm

Hi Boss ! Looks like you do know me, after all. As you might be knowing, I am a fighter to the core (ala Kapil Dev or Anil Kumble) & will not give up easily. Your blogs make interesting reading but the pics were not so great. Perhaps low pixel strength or I need to adjust my screen resolution. But, hey, it is nice to have something after all.
Bye for now & GOD Bless.

Rakesh.
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Re: Hi ! 88 Batch is grrrrrrrr8.

Postby ARVIND MATHUR » Thu Apr 02, 2009 9:13 pm

Dear Sadhu,
Welcome on the forum albiet bit late from my side as I have been travelling.
As Himadri said that it certainly is great to have you on the forum and Kudos to your spirit as it does not take long for one to realize that 'SADHU' to har 'thread' pe chaya hua hein...Keep it up! We are confident that others would get motivated by your infective enthusiasm and would join you soon. Do kajole some of your batchmates to become active on the forum.
Congrats for taking up a self-imposed challenge and hopefully 'oldies' of at least 85 batch remained charged to face such a daunting challenge.
It would be good to know more about you, your work and plans though you reflected in one of the messages!
Best wishes
Cheers and ciao
Arvind
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Re: Hi ! 88 Batch is grrrrrrrr8.

Postby Sadhu » Fri Apr 03, 2009 2:40 am

Thanks Boss for your encouraging words. I will certainly try to keep you posted about the latest from this side. Currently, I am Assistant Professor, Deptt. of Anaesthesiology & Intensive Care, MMIMSR, Mullana, Ambala, Haryana.
Bye for now & GOD Bless.

Rakesh.
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MD(Anaesth.)
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Batch: 1988

Re: Hi ! 88 Batch is grrrrrrrr8.

Postby ARVIND MATHUR » Fri Apr 03, 2009 4:17 pm

Good to have your impressive coordinates and good wishes for excellence in academics and provision of quality care.
There is increasing recognition of role of anaesthesiologists in 'emergency, intensive and post operative care' which is beyond the routine role during surgeries. I have been involved in some of related work in India when I was with WHO country office in New Delhi.
Keep it up!
cheers and ciao
Arvind
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Re: Hi ! 88 Batch is grrrrrrrr8.

Postby Sadhu » Sun Apr 05, 2009 3:13 pm

Certainly, the role of anaesthesiologists is increasing day by day. I reckon, anaesthesiology is the fastest growing (& expanding) branch among all the specialties. There is, in fact, talk of re-designating anaesthesiologists as "Peri-operative Physicians" in recognition of their role in the pre-op., intra-op., & post-op. (especially analgesia & critical care aspects) management of patients. Anaesthesiologists are actively involved in pain management, resuscitation & critical care besides routine working in the OTs. I certainly enjoy my work & try to inculcate a joyous spirit in my juniors, asking them to enjoy what they are doing & not look upon their work just as a chore they have to do in order to complete their training.
Bye for now & GOD Bless.

Rakesh.
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Re: Hi ! 88 Batch is grrrrrrrr8.

Postby ARVIND MATHUR » Sat Apr 11, 2009 8:02 pm

Sadhu,
Compliments and congrats for doing the good work especially motivating your juniors. I think all the branches and specialities of medicine has so much to offer and in last few years the advancements in different fields have surely been impressive. You are right that Anesthesiology especially has grown in its role and any further recognition of its practitioner is befitting. I feel that there is need for specialized anesthestists given the multi and super specialities that are available and practiced. I am not sure if there are super speciality anesthesia programs available in the country as one learns by experience only. I mean something like DM or MCh equivalent. More than this I am mostly impressed with their role in trauma and post procedure care where you guys can and have been playing very important role. OF course there is a need to develop branch of Emergency Medicine in the country like in Europe but till that happens it may be worth while for institutions to consider utilizing the available expertise.
As I shared that I had chance to work with some lead anesthesiologists when I was in WHO India. In fact, with AIIMS department and MOHFW, I coordinated the development of short 18 weeks certificate program for Anesthesia program for Emergency Obstetric Care. The course and modules are available on https://mohfw.nic.in and https://whoindia.org website. The modules were developed through a multi-discplinary task force and the program has now been implemented in many state medical colleges where in people from the PMS/State medical services have been trained to provide anesthesia for emergency obstetric services only. This program was basically conceptulaized to address the limited or non availability of anesthetists at Block level where CS could be carried out by Obstetrician/MBBS doctor trained in EmOC. The program has received wonderful response and several hundred doctors have undergone training and have saved lives of many mothers and babies especially in the rural areas. Do have a look at these modules and program on minstries website and WHO website.

Well, just a few thoughts and since I have had the chance to work in this and many other areas given my involvement at policy and program level with governments and institutions etc.

So, keep doing the good work and am sure your co-faculty, peers and juniors are lucky to have a self motivated inspiring person amongst them. All the best wishes

Cheers and ciao

Arvind
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Re: Hi ! 88 Batch is grrrrrrrr8.

Postby Sadhu » Tue Apr 14, 2009 3:59 am

Thanks Arvind Boss ! You really make it look so simple. I must confess though that I am not at all a self-inspired person. I really enjoyed my time at LLRMMC, Meerut & I consider myself lucky to have been blessed with such seniors. You people were really mentors, guiding us & being there when we needed you. Helping juniors came first & foremost for most of my seniors that I came across at LLRMMC. I have learnt this trait from you people only & this credit should in fact, really go to all my seniors at LLRMMC. It is only a tradition that I picked up from LLRMMC, Meerut & am passing it along. Time alone will tell how successful I have been in this endeavour.
Bye for now & GOD Bless.

Rakesh.
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MD(Anaesth.)
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Batch: 1988


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