Achievements :

Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Faculty Members of OBG:

S No
Faculty
Rank, Name, Appointment
DOJ
Teacher ship
1
DrRitu Sharma Associate Professor MD(OBG), FICMCH
Apr 2018
Yes
2
Dr. Neha Mishra Assistant Prof. MS (OBG)
28 Feb 2020
Yes
3
Dr. Pinky Mishra Assistant Prof. DGO, DNB
08th Apr 2022
Yes
4
Dr. Ruchi Verma Assistant Prof. MS (OBG)
08th Apr 2022
Yes
5
Dr. Hempratima Sharma Senior Consultant DGO
08th june 2013
No
6
Dr. Archana Gupta Senior Consultant MS (OBG)
--/--/2018
Yes

RESIDENTS IN DEPARTMENT OF OBG

S No
Resident -
Batch
Qualification
Joining Date
Senior Resident
1
Dr. Meher
2018
MD
31.07.2021
2
Dr. Ruchi
2017
MD
25.10.2021
3
Dr. Rakhee Sharma
MS
4
Dr. Abhilasha Srivastava
2018
MD
16.04.2022
5
Dr. Babita Sheoran
2018
MD
04.05.2022
Junior Resident
1
Dr. Danish A Dar
MBBS, DGO
29/06/2020
2
Dr Charu Gautam
MBBS
20/08/2020
3
Dr.Pooja
MBBS
--.--.--
4
Dr. Kanchan
MBBS,
11.11.2021
5
Dr. Archana Singh
MBBS
19/05/2022

DEPARTMENTAL INFORMATION

S No
Headings
Details
1
Name of the Department
Obstetrics &Gynaecology
2
Date of Establishment
2017
3
Name of the first HOD
Dr Shikha Seth, MD, FICS, FICOG
4
Facility available in Dept.
OPD- 140-180 patients/day Gynaecology OPD (Daily)
ANC OPD (Daily)
Infertility Clinic (Tuesday 2.30-3.30)
Family Welfare Clinic (Wednesday 2.30-3.30)
Fetal medicine clinic- Thursday (2.30-3.30)
Cancer Detection Clinic (Friday 2.30-3.30)
High risk pregnancy clinic- Saturday (2.30-3.30)
OT 2 Modular
IPD 70 beds(Teaching Beds 50-30 Obstetric, 20 Gynaecology)
20 Extra beds - Prelabour beds (07), Eclampsia (02) and labour Beds (04), Post op. Recovery (07)
Covid Care OBG
5
Two Working Units
*Facility to deal with most of gynae & obstetric emergencies.
*Facility for Abdominal & Varginal surgeries available.
*Facility to normal & abnormal labour handling NST,CTG, Sonography.
*Facility for endoscopic operations - Hysteroscopy , Laparoscopy.
*Facility for Infertility Treatment available.
6
Facility wise daily work load
OPD Attendance 2800-3000 /month
Overall OPD- 140-180 patients/day
ANC OPD 40-50 /day
Emergency admitions 180-200/Month
Deliveries 200-250/months
LSCS 100-150/month
Ward Admissions 300-350/month
Major OT cases 100-150/Month
Minnor Procedures 200-250/month
MTP/D&C- 50/month
IUCD 30-50/month
Mala N- 100/Month
DMPA 30-50/Month
Pap's Screening /VIA/VILLI-30/Month
NST/CTG -1000/month
Colposcopy 30/month
7
Skill Lab
Located at 4th Floor with central Skill lab Intravenous access Vaginal delivery simulation 7ANC care and abdominal examination Fetus & Pelvis models
8
Training activities & courses run MBBS
Letter of permission from Medical Council of India vide letter No. MCI-34(41) (E-60)/2019 .Med/ 115574 dated 20th May 2019 for starting MBBS course for 100 students. First batch of 100 students have been admitted and classes has been commenced since 01 Aug 2019.
9
DNB
Permission from NBE obtained to start from current session of 2020-21 for 2 seats.
Residents have joined the institute
10
Teaching Aids available
LCD Projector PC available
11
Clinical : OPD and inpatient daily workload
OPD- 120 patients/day IPD – 40-45/day
12
Total number of beds
IPD 70 beds(Teaching Beds 50-30 Obstetric, 20 Gynaecology)
20 Extra beds - Prelabour beds (07), Eclampsia (02) and labour Beds (04), Post op. Recovery (07) , 2 Labour rooms Septic & Aseptic
13
Services
*Facility to deal with most of gynae & obstetric emergencies.
*Facility for Abdominal & Vaginal surgeries available.
*Facility to normal & abnormal labour handling NST,CTG, Sonography.
*Facility for endoscopic operations - Hysteroscopy , Laparoscopy. High risk Obstetrics management
*Family planning services as per Govt Prog.
*Level -1 infertility services
*Cancer screening services

EQUIPMENT OPERATION THEATRE

Open, Laparoscopic and Hysteroscopic surgery facility available

S No
Required -
Actual
1
(B) Main Operation Theatre
2
Abdominal Hysterectomy set 3
2
3
Vaginal Hysterectomy set 3
3
4
Tuboplasty set 1
1
5
Myomectomy instruments 1
1
6
Diagnostic laparoscopy set 1
1
7
Operating laparoscopy set including one with HD with all accessories &handnstruments. 1
1
8
Laparocator for tubal ligation 1
1
9
Operative Hysteroscopy set 1
1
10
Electronic CO2 insuffator/ Insuffator basic unit 2
1
11
Resectoscope 1
1
12
Hysteromat 1
1
13
Operating microscope
0
14
Electrocautery
1

GENERAL EQUIPMENT WARDS & OPD

S No
1
Speculums and retractors 75
Suction machine 2
2
EA + ECC sets 10
HSG Cannula 2
3
Cytology bottle 5
PCT forceps 3
4
Colposcope 1
Ayer’s spatula 30
5
Cryo cautery apparatus 1
Weighing machine 3
6
Simple fetal Doppler 2
Height scale 2
7
NST /CTG machine 2
View box 1
8
Ultrasound machine 1
Stitch removal sets 5
9
Autoclave
Dressing sets 7
10
Projector
Formaline chamber
11
Thermocoagulator
Geyser
12
Examination lights
Crash carts
13
Pulse oxymeter
ECG machine
14
Suction machines
Vaccume app
15
Digital BP instruments
Glucometer
16
nebulizer
Boiler
17
Multipara monitors
Infusion pump
18
Refrigerator
Neonatal warmer
19
MTP Set 5
20
LSCS set 6
21
IUCD SET 6
19
Instrument Trolley 23

GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS RUNNING

MISSION STATEMENT

The Department of Obstetrics &Gyanecology, GIMS Greater Noida, is dedicated for improving the overall health of women through patient care, education, research and advocacy with an aim at achieving the following:


Research Projects by the Department OBG:

Dissertation projects dept of OBG

S No
Topic
Candidate & Guide
1
Study the efficacy of new Sonographic birth canal scoring as predictor for onset of spontaneous labor in singleton pregnancies
Dr. Danish A Dar
Guide-
Dr. Shikha Seth
2
To study the association of |Leukocyte indices, platelet indices, & CRP with severity of Pre-eclampsia.
Dr. Charu Gautam
Guide-
Dr. Ritu Sharma

CME/Workshops organized by the department


Departmental Achievements :

VISION PLAN OF DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY

Present status
First 1 year
First 5 years
Next 10 years
  • Patient Care
  • U.G teaching
  • P.G Teaching
  • Research
  • Faculty Development
  • To establish:
  • To enhance the services of General Obstetrics, General Gynecology and Family Planning that are already being offered.
  • To improve infertility clinic services – Level I
  • To start a dedicated family planning OT
  • To establish fully functional cancer detection clinic
  • Develop Gynaecology Museum
  • Development of UG and PG teaching modules for simplified teaching.
  • Organization of Women health camps at regular interval in nearby areas.
  • EmOC & BEmOC training centre to improve the peripheral maternity care services
  • GYNE-ENDOSCOPY AND MINIMAL ACCESS SURGERY UNIT
  • Laparoscopy
  • Hysteroscopy
  • Developing facilities for the following invasive procedures should be available
  • Amniocentesis
  • Fetal blood sampling
  • Fetal transfusion
  • Fetoscopy
  • To create a centre of excellence for management of Placenta Accreta
  • Referral centre for maternal and fetal medicine for the western UP zone
  • . Infertility Unit
  • ASSISTED REPRODUCTION UNIT (IVF UNIT)

  • Starting of super specialty clinics
  • Pre-conception clinic
  • Medical disorder in pregnancy clinic
  • Recurrent abortion clinic
  • Multiple pregnancy clinic
  • Establishing department of Urogynaecology
MBBS, DNB
MD (OBG), Certificate courses in sub specialities
  • Increase in seat

Road map for next 10 years

OBG DEPARTMENT WORKLOAD:

Admission
Vaginal Deliveries
LSCS
Total deliveries
Abortion
April
2
0
1
1
May
10
4
4
8
June
18
3
2
5
1
July
9
2
1
3
1
August
27
2
5
7
1
September
38
9
9
18
October
18
4
4
8
November
13
5
5
10
December
6
1
0
1

Papers published/ read by faculty


FACULTY

Dr Ritu Sharma

MD

Associate Professor

Dr Ritu Sharma did her MBBS and MD Obstetrics and Gynaecology from J&K. She is ex-senior resident and ex-senior research associate from Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi; has worked as Assistant Professor at NDMC Medical College and Hindu Rao Hospital, Delhi and has a teaching experience of over 8 years. She has done certificate course in ultrasonography and short term training in minimally invasive gynaecology from AIIMS. She has 17 international and 4 national publications to her name and has contributed 8 chapters in three books. In addition to that she has presented papers in several Conferences and has been awarded three gold medals for the same. She was recipient of National Merit Scholarship throughout MBBS. Her area of interest lies in High risk pregnancy and Gynae Oncology.

Achievements
  • 1. Done Ultrasound certificate Course from Manav Bharti University , Solan , Himachal Pradesh (Dec.2011)
  • 2. Attended workshop on Basic Course in Medical Education held at NDMC Medical College on 14 Aug 2014.
  • 3. Done short term training in minimally invasive gynaecology (under women’s health initiative) in the deptt of Obstetrics &Gynaecology AIIMS from 1st to 6th May 2017
  • 4. Done Laparoscopic ligation induction training at District Combined Hospital, Gaziabad from 26.03.19 to 08.04.19
  • 5. Awarded fellowship of Indian College of Maternal & Child Health 2019
  • 6. Attended Revised Basic Course in Medical Education Technologies conducted by MAMC, New Delhi from 3-5th Sep 2019 at Government Institute of Medical Sciences, Greater Noida
  • 7. Attended AETCOM Sensitization Programme conducted by MAMC, New Delhi from 6th Dec 2019 at Government Institute of Medical Sciences, Greater Noida
  • 8. Attended Curriculum Implementation Support Program from 25th to 27th July 2019 held at Government Institute of Medical Sciences, Greater Noida under aegis of NC/NR, MEU, KGMU Lucknow
  • 9. Selected for MCI-Advance Course in Medical Education at CMC Ludhiana 2020
  • 10. Pusing Biomedical Research recommended by ICMR
Details of national & international awards won by Dr Ritu Sharma
  • 1. Received National merit scholar ship throughout MBBS
  • 2. Awarded Dr Suneeta Mittal –population sterilization GOLD MEDAL for paper titled “Over the counter sale of abortion pills – time to act now” presented at the 35th annual Conference of AOGD of Delhi held on 21st and 22nd sept 2013 at New Delhi.
  • 3. Awarded FIRST PRIZE for presenting paper titled “Evaluation of selective chromopertubation via hysteroscopic tubal cannulation vs diagnostic laproscopy for assessment of tubal factor in infertility”at the IAGE 2013 held on 23rd and 24th Feb 2013 New Delhi.
  • 4. Awarded Dr Neelam BalaVaid’sGOLD MEDAL for presenting paper titled “profile of infertile women with prior history of extragenital tuberculosis” at the 34th Annual conference of AOGD held at New Delhi on 17th and 18th Nov 2012.
  • 5. Awarded fellowship of Indian College of Maternal & Child Health 2019
Research Work completed by Dr Ritu Sharma
  • 1. Simultaneous administration of mifepristone and misoprostol for medical abortion up to 7 weeks gestation-a pilot study. Published in Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research, 2015, 7(5):1121-1124. ISSN-0975-7384
  • 2. Over the counter sale of abortion pills – retrospective observational study. Published in Int J Reprod Contracept ObstetGynecol 2015 Aug;4(4):1053-1056
  • 3. Comparison of the profiles of infertile women with and without prior history of extragenital tuberculosis. BJOG:An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, vol 121,Issue supplement 2,pages 77-85, April2014, ISSN-1471-0528
  • 4. Effect of magnesium sulphate versus phenytoin on the hospital length of stay of patients of eclampsia and severe preeclampsia . Published in Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research, 2012, 4(4):1921-1924. ISSN-0975-7384
  • 5. Efficacy of magnesium sulphate versus phenytoin in seizure control and prophylaxis in patients of eclampsia and severe pre-eclampsia. Published in JK Science, vol10, No4, Oct-Dec 2008,181-185. ISSN-0972-1177
  • 6. Single dose antibiotic prophylaxis vs conventional antibiotic for gynecological surgery (project completed; results are being compiled)
  • 7. Cabergolin vs Placebo for milk suppression (project completed; results are being compiled)
  • 8. A Prospective Observational study on the predictive factors for the success of vaginal delivery following Previous Caesarean section
  • 9. Medical management of missed abortion – an alternative to surgical management.
Research work undertaken
  • 1. Efficacy of Mifepristone and misoprostol vs misoprostol alone for inducing labour in Intra uterine death- RCT (Primary investigator)
  • 2. Relationship between Telomere length, endothilin-1, inflammatory markers and oxidative stress in pre eclampsia (co- investigator)
  • 3. Acceptance barriers to newer postpartum contraceptives in early postpartum period- a cross sectional study at a tertiary care center in Western UP (STS Project- approval awaited)
  • 4. Effect of centrality of umbilical cord and vascular patternof chorionic blood vessels on fetal outcome (co investigator)
  • 5. Psychological impact, stressors and coping strategies among frontline and second line health workers in COVID pandemic- A comparative study from North India (Primary investigator)
  • 6. COVID-19 infection in Pregnancy: Analysis of potential Feto-Maternal effects and risk of vertical transmission (co- investigator)
Details of Research publications and chapters published by Dr Ritu Sharma
  • 1. Sharma R, Sharma R, Seth S et al. Chest Radiography in Covid-19 pregnancy & its Clinico-Biochemical Correlation – A Retrospective Single Centre Study. Accepted for publication in J South Asian Feder Obs Gynae on 3 Feb 2022
  • 2. Sharma R, Verma R, Solanki H K, et al. (February 01, 2022) Impact of Severity of Maternal COVID-19 Infection on Perinatal Outcome and Vertical Transmission Risk: An Ambispective Study From North India. Cureus 14(2): e21820. DOI 10.7759/cureus.21820
  • 3. Seth S, Sharma R, Mishra P, et al. Role of Short-Term EstradiolSupplementation in Symptomatic Postmenopausal COVID-19 Females: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Mid-life Health. 2021 Jul-Sep;12(3):211-218. DOI: 10.4103/jmh.jmh_57_21. PMID: 34759703; PMCID: PMC8569453.
  • 4. Ritu Sharma, Neha Mishra, Shikha Seth. Maternal Death due to COVID-19, Truth or a Myth: A Narrative Review and Experience from a Teaching Hospital in India. Accepted for publication in Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care on 17th July 2021
  • 5. Ritu Sharma, Shikha Seth, Rakhee Sharma, Sanju Yadav, Pinky Mishra, SujayaMukupadhayaya. Perinatal outcome and possibility of vertical transmission in COVID 19 - experience from North India. Clin Exp Pediatr. 2021; 64(5):239-246. Published online February 16, 2021 DOI: https://doi.org/10.3345/cep.2020.01704
  • 6. Sharma R, Verma R. opportunistic screening during antenatal visits: A step towards cervical cancer elimination. Indian Journal of Gynecologic Oncology. 2021; 19:65
  • 7.Sharma R, Sharma R. Gap analysis between awareness and acceptance of HPV vaccination among undergraduate female students in suburban area in India. Indian Journal of Gynecologic Oncology. 2021; 19:65
  • 1. Sharma R, Nigam A. Skill labs in Obstetrics and Gynaecology curriculum- an advancement in Medical Education technology. Editorial. Pan Asian J Obs Gyn2019;2(2):53-56
  • 2. Sharma R, Garg D, Rastogi P, Mali A. NDMA Receptor encephalitis in a pregnant woman: an unusual identity. Paripex- Indian Journal of Research May 2019; 8(5)
  • 3. Sharma R, Garg D, Mali A, Salhan S.Large cervical fibroids; a real surgical challenge. Indian Journal of Applied Research. 2019; 9 (5)
  • 4. Sharma R, Garg D, Khan H. Bone mineral changes during pregnancy: a cross- sectional study.Int J Reprod Contracept ObstetGynecol 2019 Jun; 8 (6)
  • 5. Sharma R. Pigmentation after Iron Polymaltose Infusion: Learning Points. Pan Asian J Obs Gyn2018;1(2):101-102
  • 6. Sharma R, Sharma R, Singh S, Mavi V. “Do It Yourself Abortion Pills”: Current Scenario in India. Pan Asian J Obs Gyn2018;1(1):7-11
  • 7. Soumya Dash, Manisha Sharma, Ritu Sharma et al. Unsual case of spontaneous rupture of uterine artery in vaginal delivery- case report.International Journal of Basic and Applied Medical Sciences. 2017; 7 (2) May-August, pp. 1-3
  • 8. Ruchi Rathore, Shivangi, S Mendiratta, Ritu Sharma. Xanthogranulomatoussalpingooophritis, Lessons Learnt: Report of two cases with unusual presentation. J Family Reprod Health. 2017 Sep; 11(3): 174–178
  • 9. Ruchi Rathore, Ruchi Bansal, Ritu Sharma, Rita Jindal, Namrata Nargotra. Ovarian ectopic pregnancy- a report of 2 cases and review of literature. Asian Pac. J. Health Sci., 2017; 4(2):110-114. e-ISSN: 2349-0659, p-ISSN: 2350-0964
  • 10. Divya Pandey, Ritu Sharma, Shakti Sharma, Sudha Salhan.Unusually high serum levels of CA 19/9 in an ovarian tumour: Malignant or benign? J Clin Diagn Res. 2017 March; 11(3): QD08–QD10. DOI: 10.7860/JCDR/2017/21017.9506
  • 11. Sharma R, Puri M. Extragenital tuberculosis and female infertility- Is there a correlation ? A retrospective observational study. IVF Lite 2016; 3: 7-10. DOI: 10.4103/2348-2907.183439
  • 12. Ritu Sharma, Neelu Grover, Sudha Salhan, Mamta Gupta. Simultaneous administration of mifepristone and misoprostol for medical abortion up to 7 weeks gestation-a pilot study. Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research,2015, 7(5):1121-1124. ISSN-0975-7384
  • 13. Ritu Sharma, Ila Tyagi, Gaurav Jain, Sudha Salhan. Aggressive course in a well managed early stage uterine leiomyosarcoma-a case report. International Journal of advances in case reports,2015;2(12):773-776.
  • 14. Ritu Sharma, Mamta Gupta, Shakti Sharma. Over the counter sale of abortion pills – time to act now . Int J Reprod Contracept ObstetGynecol 2015 Aug;4(4):1053-1056

Divya Pandey, Ritu Sharma, Sudha Salhan. Catamenial pain in umbilical hernia with spontaneous reduction: an unusual presentation of a rare entity. J Clin Diagn Res. 2015 Aug; 9(8): QD09–QD11. Published online 2015 Aug 1. doi: 10.7860/JCDR/2015/12778.6310

Ritu Sharma, Manju Puri. Comparison of the profiles of infertile women with and without prior history of extragenital tuberculosis. BJOG:An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, vol 121,Issue supplement 2,pages 77-85, April2014, ISSN-1471-0528

Monika Madaan, Manju Puri, Ritu Sharma, Harvinder Kaur, Shubha Sagar Trivedi.Unsually high CA19/9 levels associated with matureovarian cystic teratoma. Case reports in Obstetrics and Gynecology Aug2014. ISSN-2090-6684

Ritu Sharma, Vikas Sharma.Effect of magnesium sulphate versus phenytoin on the hospital length of stay of patients of eclampsia and severe preeclampsia . Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research, 2012, 4(4):1921-1924. ISSN-0975-7384

Ritu Sharma, Manju Puri, Monika Madan, SS Trivedi. Advanced live intraabdominal pregnancy with good fetomaternal outcome: A case report. International Journal of Case Reports and Images (IJCRI), 2012;3(11):5-7, ISSN-0976-3198

Monika Madaan, Manju Puri,Ritu Sharma, Shubha Sagar Trivedi. Hypersensitivity Reaction to Misoprostol—A Case Report. International Journal of Clinical Medicine, 2012, 3, 223-224. ISSN-2158-28

M. Madaan, K. Aggarwal, R. Sharma, S. S. Trivedi. Diabetic Ketoacidosis can occur with lower blood sugar levels in pregnancy- review of 2 cases. The Journal of reproductive Medicine,2012Sep-Oct;57(9-100;452-5. ISSN-0024-7758

Vikas Sharma, Ritu Sharma, Gurpreet Singh, ShoukatGurkhoo, Shigufta Qazi.Preoperative fasting duration and incidence of hypoglycemia and hemodynamic response in children. Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research, 2011, 3(6):382-391. ISSN-0975-7384

Ritu Sharma, Pikee Saxena. Catemenial diabetic ketoacidosis: a diagnostic dilemma. Journal of Delhi Diabetic Forum. 2017; 26(2): 135-136

Ritu Sharma, Shahida Mir, Masuma Rizvi, Saleem Akthar. Efficacy of magnesium sulphate versus phenytoin in seizure control and prophylaxis in patients of eclampsia and severe pre-eclampsia.JK Science, vol10, No4, Oct-Dec 2008,181-185. ISSN-0972-1177

Ritu Sharma, Richa Aggarwal. Bacterial Sepsis in pregnancy and puerperium -Evidence based practice update AOGD bulletin Oct 2012. Pages 41-44

Chapters in book
  • 1. Ritu Sharma Jasmeet. Approach to a Woman Presenting with Amenorrhea. Clinical Methods in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr Manju Puri, Jay Pee Publishers, 1st edition.2015.Chapter 46, 314-325
  • 2. Ritu Sharma. Clinical approach to a pregnant women presenting with pruritis. Clinical Methods in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr Manju Puri, Jay Pee Publishers, 1st edition.2015. Chapter 11, 59-67
  • 3. Sonia Malik, RituSahrma, Sudha Salhan. Immunology of normal pregnancy. Textbook of Obstetrics. Dr Sudha Salhan, Jay Pee Publishers, 2nd edition 2016. Chapter 10, 85-89
  • 4. Pratima Mittal, Ritu Sharma, Sudha Salhan, Renuka Sinha. Initial assessment at onset of labour. Textbook of Obstetrics. Dr Sudha Salhan, Jay Pee Publishers, 2nd edition 2016. Chapter 26, 236-245
  • 5. Pratima Mittal, Ritu Sharma, Sudha Salhan,. Conduct of normal labor. Textbook of Obstetrics. Dr Sudha Salhan, Jay Pee Publishers, 2nd edition 2016. Chapter 27, 246-251
  • 6. Smiti Nanda, Meenakshi Bhatt, Ritu Sharma, Meenakshi B Chauhan. Diabetes and other endocrine disorders in pregnancy. Textbook of Obstetrics. Dr Sudha Salhan, Jay Pee Publishers, 2nd edition 2016. Chapter 39, 386-397
  • 7. Pikee Saxena, Sudha Salhan, Meenakshi Bhat, Ipsita Ray, Ritu Sharma. Clinical pharmacology in obstetrics. Textbook of Obstetrics. Dr Sudha Salhan, Jay Pee Publishers, 2nd edition 2016. Chapter 73, 675-688
  • 8. Chitra Sinha, Ritu Sharma. Intrapartum management of diabetic pregnancy. Clinical guidelines for management of diabetes in pregnancy. Dr Pikee Saxena, JayPee Publications. 1st edition 2018. Chapter 19, 143-48
  • 9. Ritu Sharma, Deepali Garg, Rakhee Sharma. Primary management of PPH. Management of postpartum hemorrhage- a practical perspective. Dr Aruna Nigam, Dr Pikee Saxena. Evangel. 1st edition 2020. Chapter 5, 31-41

Poster and Paper Presentations

International conference
  • 1. Presented an Electronic poster titled” Comparison of the profiles of infertile women with and without prior history of extragenital tuberculosis” at the RCOG World Congress 2014,held at Hyderabad,India,28-30 March 2014.
  • National conferences
  • 2. Presented oral paper on "Antibiotic Prophylaxis in elective gynaecological surgeries- which is the apt regimen?" at North Zone Yuva FOGSI 2019 on 2nd Feb 2019 at Radisson Blue Noida
  • 3. Presented paper on "Efficacy of Mifepristone and Misoprostol vs Misoprostol alone for inducing labour in intrauterine death" at the 40th annual Conference of AOGD of Delhi held on 24th and 25th Nov 2018 at India Habitat Centre New Delhi
  • 4. Presented poster on " Extremes presentations of a rare entity- OHVIRA syndrome"at the 40th annual Conference of AOGD of Delhi held on 24th and 25th Nov 2018 at India Habitat Centre New Delhi
  • 5. Presented poster on “ Misdiagonsed case of corual pregnancy “ at NARCHI conference 2017
  • 6. Presented a paper titled “comparison of simultaneous vs interval regimen using mifipristone and misoprostol for medical abortion upto 7 week gestation –A RCT”at the36th annual conference of AOGD held at Delhi on 25th and 26th oct 2014.
  • 7. Awarded Dr Suneeta Mittal –population sterilization GOLD MEDAL for paper Titled “Over the counter sale of abortion pills – time to act now “presented at the 35th annual Conference of AOGD of Delhi held on 21st and 22nd sept 2013 at New Delhi.
  • 8. Awarded FIRST PRIZE for presenting paper titled “Evaluation of selective chromopertubation via hysteroscopic tubal cannulation vs diagnostic laproscopy for assessment of tubal factor in infertility”at the IAGE 2013 held on 23rd and 24th Feb 2013 New Delhi.
  • 9. Awarded Dr Neelam BalaVaid’sFIRST PRIZE for presenting paper titled “profile of infertile women with prior history of extragenital tuberculosis” at the 34th Annual conference of AOGD held at New Delhi on 17th and 18th Nov 2012.
Memberships
  • 1. Member of Federation of Obstetrics &Gynecology Society of India (FOGSI) through Association of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of India
  • 2. Member of National Association for Reproductive and Child Health of India
  • 3. Executive member Greater Noida Obs and Gynae Society
  • 4. Advisor Preventive Oncology Committee Society of Menstrual Disorders And Hygiene Management

Dr Neha Mishra

MS

Assistant Professor

Dr Neha Mishra did her MBBS and MD Obstetrics and Gynaecology from Moti Lal Nehru Medical College, Allahabad, affiliated to King George Medication University. She is ex-senior resident from Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC) and All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi; has worked as Senior Research Officer at IVF division, AIIMS, New Delhi. She has underdone rigours training in high risk pregnancy, fetal medicine, Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, IVF, Gynaecological oncology and Laparoscopy and has a teaching experience of over 6 years.

She is Gold medallist in MBBS and MS. She has 6 publications to her name. In addition to that she has presented papers in several Conferences. Her area of interest lies in High risk pregnancy, fetal medicine, Urogynaecology and IVF.

Research Work done by Dr Neha Mishra
  • 1. Effect of intrauterine perfusion of human chorionic Gonadotropin before embryo transfer on clinical pregnancy rates in fresh IVF cycles: A Randomised Control Trialat AIIMS, New Delhi
  • 2. Role of elevated LH in predicting IVF outcomes at AIIMS New Delhi
  • 3. 5 years experience in management of placenta accrete spectrum disorders at AIIMS, New Delhi
  • 4. Effect of metformin, berberine & myoinositol in women with PCOS-A comparative study
  • 5. Effect of intrauterine perfusion of human chorionicGonadotropin before embryo transfer on clinical pregnancy ratesin fresh IVF cycles: A Randomised Control Trial
  • 6. Psychological Survey in health care workers during COVID 19 Pandemic – GIMS, Greater Noida
Details of Research publications and chapters published by Dr Neha Mishra
  • 1. Singh N, Mishra N (2016) Early Predictors of Pre-eclampisa. J Preg Child Health 3:289. doi:10.4172/2376-127X.1000289
  • 2. Dr.R.Perhar, Dr.R.Shukla, Dr.N.Mishra, Management of Iron Deficiency Anemia-Recent Challenges Paripex - Indian Journal Of Research, Vol: 4, Issue : 2 February 2015
  • 3. Singh N, Mishra N (2017) Use of Oral Hypoglycemic Agent in Pregnancy: How far have We Reached? J Preg Child Health 4: e138. doi: 10.4172/2376-127X.1000e138
  • 4. Seeing the unseen! History of ultrasound in obstetrics - AOGD Bulletin October 2016
  • 5. Mishra N. Perforating Mole in a Nullipara Leading to Massive Hemoperitoneum: Fertility Preservation, a Challenge. Ann Clin Case Rep. 2020; 5: 1806
  • 6. Female sexual dysfunction: Indian Perspective – Accepted in Indian Journal of community medicine
  • 7. Sharma R, Verma R, Solanki H K, et al. (February 01, 2022) Impact of Severity of Maternal COVID-19 Infection on Perinatal Outcome and Vertical Transmission Risk: An Ambispective Study From North India. Cureus 14(2): e21820. DOI 10.7759/cureus.21820
  • 8. Mishra N, Verma R, Jadaun P (January 31, 2022) Study on the Effect of Berberine, Myoinositol, and Metformin in Women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: A Prospective Randomised Study. Cureus 14(1): e21781. doi:10.7759/cureus.21781
  • 9. Seth S, Sharma R, Mishra P, et al. Role of Short-Term EstradiolSupplementation in Symptomatic Postmenopausal COVID-19 Females: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Mid-life Health. 2021 Jul-Sep;12(3):211-218. DOI: 10.4103/jmh.jmh_57_21. PMID: 34759703; PMCID: PMC8569453.
  • 10. Ritu Sharma, Neha Mishra, Shikha Seth. Maternal Death due to COVID-19, Truth or a Myth: A Narrative Review and Experience from a Teaching Hospital in India. Accepted for publication in Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care on 17th July 2021
  • 11. Singh N, Mishra N, Dogra Y. Do basal Luteinizing Hormone and Luteinizing Hormone/Follicle-Stimulating Hormone Ratio Have Significance in Prognosticating the Outcome of In vitro Fertilization Cycles in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome? J Hum Reprod Sci. 2021 Jan-Mar;14(1):21-27. doi: 10.4103/jhrs.JHRS_96_20. Epub 2021 Mar 30. PMID: 34083988; PMCID: PMC8057154.
  • 12. Mishra N, Singh N, Sachdeva M, Ghatage P. Sexual Dysfunction in Cervical Cancer Survivors: A Scoping Review. Womens Health Rep (New Rochelle). 2021 Dec 7;2(1):594-607. doi: 10.1089/whr.2021.0035. PMID: 35141708; PMCID: PMC8820405.
  • 13. Neha Mishra, Ritu Sharma, Pinky Mishra, Shikha Seth. COVID-19 and Menstrual status: Is Menopause an independent Risk factor for SARS Cov-2 ?" Journal of Midlife Health Oct-Dec 2020; 11(4): 240-249 DOI: 10.4103/jmh.JMH_288_20
  • 14. Sharma R, Seth S, Solanki H K, et al. COVID-19 and Obstetrical Care: Coping With New Stress. Cureus (December 16, 2020); 12(12): e12116. DOI 10.7759/cureus.12116
  • 15. Mishra N, Singh N (2021). Sexual Dysfunction in Ovarian Cancer Survivors: Sexual Rehabilitation Therapies. Women Health Care 1(1),104.
  • 16. Sharma R, Seth S, Mishra P, Mishra N*. Maternal Death due to COVID-19, Truth or a Myth: A Narrative Review and Experience from a Teaching Hospital in India (A Review). Accepted in Journal Of Family Medicine And Primary Care. 2022 Sharma R, Seth S, Mishra P, Mishra N*. Maternal Death due to COVID-19, Truth or a Myth: A Narrative Review and Experience from a Teaching Hospital in India (A Review). Accepted in Journal Of Family Medicine And Primary Care. 2022
Details of awards and achievements won by Dr Neha Mishra
  • 1. Gold Medal in MBBS
  • 2. Highest Marks in MS (OBGY) EXAMINATION
  • 3. Won state level Physiology Quiz at KGMU in 2006.
  • 4. Distinction in 12 subjects in MBBS with total aggregate of 70.1 %
  • 5. Won Gold Medal twice for Hindi Extempore in MBBS college fest “Euphoria” in 2007 & 2008.
  • 6. Certificate course in Gestational Diabetes Mellitus completed in 2015.
  • 7. Completed the workshop of QI training under Lakshya guidelines -GOI initiative – in AIIMS 2020
  • 8. Third Prize (Poster Competition: Theme- Cervical Cancer Prevention) Greater Noida Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society 2021
  • 9. Young Researcher Award In Sc Publishing House 2021
  • 10. The revised basic course workshop on Medical Education Training and AETCOM GIMS, Greater Noida 2021
  • 11. Basic course in Biomedical Research- Cycle 4 (Awarded 93 % marks) ICMR, New Delhi 2021
  • 12. IAP-NNF Neonatal Resuscitation Program (First Golden Minute Project) GIMS, Greater Noida 2021
  • 13. Training on Comprehensive Abortion Services SIFPSA, Lucknow 2021
  • 14. Advanced ICH-GCP Training & Safety Reporting GIMS, Greater Noida 2021
  • 15. Research Methodology and Bio-statistical Methods (Workshop) GIMS, Greater Noida 2022
  • 16. COVID-19 Preparedness Training USAID 2022
  • 17. Talk on PCOS in adolescents World Obesity Day Observation. GIMS, Greater Noia 2022
Papers and posters presented
  • 1. Presented Poster in AOGD 2019 “5 years experience in management of placenta accrete spectrum disorders at AIIMS, New Delhi”
  • 2. Oral paper presentation on “Role of DHEA in women with diminished ovarian reserve” in AOGD 2016
  • 3. Oral paper presentation on “Effect of metformin,berberine& myoinositol in women with PCOS-A comparative study” in OPCOG 2015
Membership
  • 1. Federation of Obstetrics &Gynecology Society of India (FOGSI) through
  • 2. Association of Obstetricians &Gynaecologists of Delhi (AOGD)

Dr Pinky Mishra

DNB,DGO,

Fellow Gynae oncology AGOI

Dr Pinky Mishra did her MBBS and DGO from Jawahar Lal Nehru Medical College,AMU ,Aligarh.She Did Her DNB from Holyfamily hospital,Delhi.She is Ex Senior resident of Lal bahadur shastri hospital,delhi and Sharda Medical college ,greater noida.She did fellowship in Gynae oncology (affiliated under AGOI) from Balaji Action cancer Institute, Delhi .She has keen interest in high risk pregnancy,gynae oncology and urogynaecology.

Research work
  • 1. To study FoetalVibroaccoustic Stimulation test as a test of foetal wellbeing and its comparison with non stress test.
  • 2. Impact of adjuvant chemotherapy on menstrual cycle of young patients with breast cancer.
Papers and Posters presentation
  • 1. Poster presentation in AGOICON Poster presentation in AGOICON (Association of Gynae-Oncology of India conference ) in November 2015 .Topic:To evaluate the prevalence and types of medical morbidities in endometrial cancer patients and their impact on treatment outcomes
  • 2. Paper presentation in Young Gynae -Oncology of India (YGOG) session in April 2015Topic:To evaluate the prevalence & types of medical morbidities in endometrial cancer patients operated at Action cancer hospital
  • 3. Poster presentation in AGOICON (Association of Gynae-Oncology of India conference) in December 2014Topic : Impact of adjuvant chemotherapy on menstrual cycle of young patients with breast cancer.
  • 4. Paper presentation at All India Conference of Obstetrics &Gynaecology (AICOG) in January 2008.Topic: The Effects of Placental Localisation in Prediction of PIH.
  • 5. Poster presentation in UP Conference of Obstetrics &Gynaecology (UPCON) in November 2007 on Ectopic Pregnancy.
Publications
  • 1. Ritu Sharma, Shikha Seth, Rakhee Sharma, Sanju Yadav, Pinky Mishra, SujayaMukupadhayaya. Perinatal outcome and possibility of vertical transmission in COVID 19 - experience from North India. Clin Exp Pediatr. 2021; 64(5):239-246. Published online February 16, 2021 DOI: https://doi.org/10.3345/cep.2020.01704
  • 2. Sharma R, Mishra P, Seth S, Agarwal N. OHVIRA Syndrome—Diagnostic Dilemmas and Review of Literature. J South Asian Feder Obs Gynae 2020; 12 (6):421-426. DOI: 10.5005/jp-journals-10006-1847
  • 3. Neha Mishra, Ritu Sharma, Pinky Mishra, Shikha Seth. COVID-19 and Menstrual status: Is Menopause an independent Risk factor for SARS Cov-2 ?" Journal of Midlife Health Oct-Dec 2020; 11(4): 240-249 DOI: 10.4103/jmh.JMH_288_20
Achievements :
  • Cadaveric gyneconco skill course ,April 2016 at CTRF ,AIIMS ,New delhi.
  • Cadaver course on Peritoneal surface malignancies (PSM) and HIPEC (hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy),March 2015 at M.S.ramaiah advanced learning centre and cadaver laboratory ,Bangalore.
  • Laparoscopic surgical skill enhancement course ,April 2019,at Dharamshila Narayana Superspeciality Hospital.
  • Hysteroscopy worksop ,Delhi ,2011.
  • Dr Pinky Mishra (Assistant Professor) completed revised basic course in medical education held on 8-10 April 2021 at Government institute of medical Sciences ,Greater Noida ,Online Competency based medical education course from July 2021 to October 2021, and Basic course in Biomedical research Cycle 3.
Memberships
  • 1. Life member of AGOI (Association of Gynae-Oncology of India)
  • 2. Member of AOGD
  • 3. Life member of UP chapter of Obstetrics &gynaecology.
  • 4. Member of Noida obstetrics &gynaecology society
  • 5. Member of Greater Noida Obstetrics &Gynaecology society
  • 6. Member of Society of menstrual hygiene & disorders.

Dr. Ruchi Verma MS (OBG)

Assistant Professor

EXPERIENCE-

One year Senior Residency from AIIMS NEW DELHI

One year Senior residency from ESICbasaidarapur New Delhi

8 months Senior Residency from MAMC Agroha ,Haryana.

7 months Assistant professor from MAMC,Agroha ,Haryana

ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS : Certified Course CC- GDM.

THESIS : A Study Of Cervical Pathology in Pregnant Women.

PAPER PRESENTATION : A STUDY OF CERVICAL PATHOLOGY IN PREGNANT WOMEN presented in UPCOG 2015, Conference of U.P. Chapter of Obs& Gynae

PUBLICATIONS :

JOURNAL UP CHAPTER 2015 june edition, Topic - A study of cervical pathology in pregnant women.Best research published,Gold medal

Case report “Metoclopromide induced extrapyramidal side effects “in AOGD conference 2017-2018

Book Chapter-Preconceptional counseling for vaccine preventable diseases in pregnancy in prenatal counseling for optimizing pregnancy outcomes

Sharma R, Verma R, Solanki H K, et al. (February 01, 2022) Impact of Severity of Maternal COVID-19 Infection on Perinatal Outcome and Vertical Transmission Risk: An Ambispective Study From North India. Cureus 14(2): e21820. DOI 10.7759/cureus.21820

Mishra N, Verma R, Jadaun P (January 31, 2022) Study on the Effect of Berberine, Myoinositol, and Metformin in Women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: A Prospective Randomised Study. Cureus 14(1): e21781. doi:10.7759/cureus.21781

Mishra N, Verma R, Jadaun P (January 31, 2022) Study on the Effect of Berberine, Myoinositol, and Metformin in Women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: A Prospective Randomised Study. Cureus 14(1): e21781. doi:10.7759/cureus.21781


Achievements :

  • Dr Ruchi Verma(Assistant Professor) completed revised basic course in medical education held on 8-10 April 2021 at Government institute of medical Sciences ,Greater Noida ,Online Competency based medical education course from July 2021 to October 2021, and Basic course in Biomedical research Cycle 4.

  • CONFERENCES ATTENDED : UPCOG 2015, SAVMA 2016, AOGD 2017

    Dr. Archana Gupta

    MD

    Consultant OBG

    Dr. Hempratima

    DGO

    Consultant OBG