Department of Forensic Medicine Forensic Medicine Professor & HOD Dr. Bhola Kumar Singh Associate Professor Dr. Iram Khan Assistant Professor Dr. Alok Kumar Arya Tutor Dr. Aditi Awasthi Dr. Brijesh Kumar Dr. Kanwal Kamboj Dr. Kuldeep Pandey Dr. Atma Nand Yadav Dr. Kanchan Singh Yadav Dr. Rinki Kalra Faculty Attendance Monthly Teaching Schedule HOD Dr. Bhola Kumar Singh DEPARTMENT OF FORENSIC MEDICINE Forensic Medicine is a branch of Medical Science which enables doctors- post mortem examination of sudden, unexpected, unnatural deaths or when person died in suspicious circumstances regarding cause and time passed since death examination & interpretation of various medicolegal cases including age, injuries, rape & alcoholic intoxication etc To practice medicine safe and graceful by imparting knowledge of Medical Ethics, etiquette and laws related to practice of medicine To diagnose, treat and deal with the medicolegal implications of common poisons -Manage diagnosis, treatment & medico legal implications of common poisons So that at the end of the course a medical student shall be able to: Identify, examine and prepare reports & certificate in medicolegal cases/situation. with emphasis on maintenance of medicolegal registers, issuance of certificates of wound, drunkenness, death, sickness, fitness, age and sex related offences. Perform medicolegal postmortem examination and interpret autopsy findings and results of other relevant investigations to logically conclude the cause, manner & time since death. Perform medicolegal postmortem examination and interpret autopsy findings and results of other relevant investigations to logically conclude the cause, manner & time since death. Preserve & dispatch specimens in medicolegal/postmortem cases and other concerned materials to appropriate govt. agencies for necessary examination. Be conversant with medical ethics, etiquette, duties, rights, medical negligence and legal responsibility of the physicians towards patient, profession, society, state & humanity at large. Be aware of relevant legal/court procedures applicable to medicolegal/medical practice. Manage medicolegal implications, diagnosis and principles of therapy of common poisons. Be aware of general principles of environmental, occupational and preventive aspects of toxicology. MORTUARY BLOCK: Adjacent to department Student observation facilities - gallery type, 25 students Autopsy tables available -2 tile mounted, well lighted and ventilated, water supply, drainage, washing arrangements & disposal of waste available Mortuary Cooler- for 6 bodies Radiology facilities for taking skigrams, portable x ray machine are available Biochemical, serological, histopathological, microbiological facilities are taken from respective departments MUSEUM: Having more than 10 poisons weapons, bones etc for sex determination, age estimation etc. P. G. RESEARCH LABORATORY: Well equipped PG Research Labs is in the Department TEACHING PROGRAMME: Curriculum of studies- as prescribed by MCI Methodology: Didactic Lecturers - 70, Demonstrations - 30 Practical - 20 Students have been taken for Post Graduation Research Topics Analytical Post Mortem study of Head injury in road traffic accidents in city Lucknow Estimation of stature from foot length & foot print in adult population around Barabanki region. Estimation of stature from head and parts of upper limb. Age Estimation on sonographic evaluationof the apophyseal ossificationof iliac crest in comparision with radiography in population of Barabanki (U.P.). P.G. Curriculum M.D. Forensic Medicine & Toxicology Click Forensic Medicine & Toxicology Curriculums.