Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Gandhi Medical College on the International Stage

HAMSA 2012, is the first of its kind in its goal to unite all the medicos of this country for a unique and fun learning experience.
HAMSA had its humble beginnings with an idea for a mock drill on disaster  management. The goal of this drill is to emphasize the importance of providing maximum benefit to the greatest number of injured in a major disaster situation
But now, with the cumulative effort  of the students of Andhra Pradesh and  the guidance of IMSA, HAMSA has now transformed into an International Academic, Research, Literary and Cultural Fest
In Ancient  Mythology , The Symbol of a Swan is depicted as one that bestows love, purity, compassion  and healing powers of the sun and water.
This is a firm belief of HAMSA and we strive for the betterment of our country by sharing the passion for knowledge and healing, the same passion that defines our profession.
 IMSA welcomes you all to HAMSA-2012, a symposium of sorts , to be  held in the historical city of Hyderabad.
Visit us at  HAMSA-2012 or 
find us on FACEBOOK

Monday, March 19, 2012


‎"If u dont find time 4 excercise nw u will be forced 2 take out time 4 illnesses later"........say yes 2 a healthy living!! Come lets Run For a Healthier Hyderabad ( medithon a 3km run at Peoples plaza on 25th march). In addition a Photogaphy, painting and a poster presentation competition will be held on the theme - Awakening the ill effects of sedentary lifestyle. - TEAM MEDITHON!! :) :D

Friday, February 17, 2012

ENT Instruments


Crocodile forceps



St. Clair Thompson's Nasal speculum

Direct Laryngoscope

Jobson Horne Probe

Eve's Tonsil Snare

Tracheal Hooks

Fuller's Tracheostomy Tube

Jackson's Tracheostomy tube

Cuffed Tracheostomy tube

Tracheal Dilator

Tilley's Harpoon

Tilley's antral burr

Jansen's self retaining  Mastoid Retractor 

Mollison's self retaining haemostatic Mastoid Retractor



St. Clair Thompson's Curette with Guard

Denis Browne's Tonsil holding forceps 

Luc's Forceps

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Opthalmology Presentations