Department of Anaesthesiology Intensive Care Unit & Pain Management RMU
Department of Anesthesiology & ICU is a diverse & most dynamic department of the hospital. The department has interaction & collaboration with every departments of the hospital. It is the hub of training for many young doctors of Rawalpindi Medical University & many other institutions of the province. Department of Anesthesia has always been keen to organize different types of academic activities for the learners. Many trainees are being sent to Department of Anesthesiology for training on rotation basis from other hospitals of the region. Benazir Bhutto Hospital was initially recognized for MCPS training by CPSP in 1982 and has generated 7 members up-till now. Since the central induction policy (CIP) for postgraduates MCPS has been discontinued and DA and MS anesthesia training has been started in hospital.
In 2009 the anesthesiology unit was recognized for FCPS training and 18 fellows have passed out from the department up-till now. The department has recently been recognized for MS Anesthesiology training from 2017.The department covers 24 hours’ emergency in hospital. Although there is lack of staff in anesthesia department still all the departments are being covered around the clock.
Currently 07 doctors are undergoing FCPS training and 09 doctors enrolled in postgraduate MS training program & 05 doctors are undergoing training in DA Program. In year 2022, 2 PGTs have passed MTA exam of MS, 2 PGTs have passed IMM exam of FCPS & 4 PGTs have appeared first year in training assessment exam.
Department of Anaesthesiology
Anesthesiology Intensive Care Unit & Pain Management
Aims & Objectives
News of the Department
Departmental Research Activities
Low dose Vs high dose Oxytocin for initiating uterine contraction during cesarean section
Dr. Arshad Iqbal
Comparison of the Frequency of Post-Dural Puncture Headache with Para- Median Approach versus Median Approach in Patients Undergoing Cesarean Section
Dr. Huma Bashir
Analgesic effects of US guided Quadratus Lumborum block during lower abdominal surgeries as compared to IV analgesia
Dr. Nazish Kazam
Comparison of postoperative recovery time of propofol & sevoflurane in patient having laparoscopic cholecystectomy
Dr. Rabia Sarwar
Effect of intrathecal bupivacaine alone and bupivacaine combined with dexmedetomidine in cesarean section using spinal anesthesia; a comparative study.
Dr. Muhammad Yousaf Dar
Comparison of Upper Lip Bite Test and Modified Mallampati Score for better bedside difficult Laryngoscopy predictability in Elective Surgeries.
Dr. Raheel Ahmed Baig
Comparison of Hemodynamic effects of Unilateral Vs Bilateral Spinal Anesthesia in lower limb surgeries
Dr. Noman Aslam
Comparison of effects of adding dexmdotimidine Vs midazolam to intrathecal bupivacaine on post operative analgesia
Urology & Kidney Transplant Group
Deals anesthesia related issues in Urology OT Complex. Major Urological Surgeries carried out in BBH are:
This group focuses on all Anesthesia related Orthopedic problems in Orthopedics OT Complexes in all age groups.