Forensic Medicine

Department of FORENSIC MEDICINE​

NAMEDr. V.SATHYA MOORTHY. MD(Forensic Medicine)

EMAIL: drsmurthy55@gmail.com

Contact Number :9884861999

Experience :13 years

Publications:

National – 2

 

Area Of Interest

  • Medico legal cases

  • Crime scene investigation

Expertise:

  • Expert in clinical forensic Medicine

Name

Designation

Name of the Department

Year of Appointment

Dr. V. Sathyamurthy

Professor & HOD

Forensic Medicine

27.12.2017

Dr R Shreen

Assistant Professor

Forensic Medicine

20.7.2019

Dr Muthupandian

Tutor

Forensic Medicine

15.5.2017

Dr .M. Praveen

Tutor

Forensic Medicine

12.02.2018

About Department:

The department of Forensic Medicine came into existence since the inception of college.  It is situated on the third floor, east wing of the college building with adequate space as per MCI norms. The department aims to provide academic guidance for undergraduates about the laws in relation to medical practice and characteristics of various poisoning.

Vision

   To impart the knowledge of law in relation to medical practice, code of ethics and evidence       based scientific approach to manage medico legal issues.

 Mission

  • To provide understanding of medico legal issues in medical practice.
  • To provide understanding of code of conduct and medical ethics.
  • To provide knowledge to manage medical and legal issues in case of poisoning / overdose.
  • To provide knowledge for understanding of the rational approach to the investigation of crime based on scientific and legal principles.
  • To provide knowledge about characteristic findings of various poisoning.

Research:

Total number of Publications:  6                             National: 2         International:4     

Titles:

  1. A Study of Over-The-Counter (OTC) Drug Usage Among Patients Attending A Medical College Hospital
  2. Demographic and Clinical Profile of Organophosphorus Poisoning Cases in a Medical College Hospital, Tamil Nadu
  3. Sex Determination from Foramen Magnum Measurements- A Regional Study in Chennai,
  4. A Descriptive Study of Copper Sulphate Poisoning: a Study of Twenty Autopsy Case
  5. A Study on Poisoning Cases at a Tertiary Care Hospital
  6. Demographic Profile of Pattern of Railway Injuries in Warangal Municipal Limits A.P

Facilities:

  1. Department Library: is equipped with required number of books
  2. Museum: with charts/ photographs/ models/specimens
  3. Anthropometry facilities: available

Sl. No

Name of the Event

Date-when organized

Total number of participants

1

CME-Emphasis of Forensic Knowledge in Clinical Practice”

 

26.02.2011.

     125

2

CME-“Legal Intricacies of Medical Practice”

 

04.08.2017.

 

       107

3

CME- “Ethical and Legal Issues in Forensic Medicine and Toxicology”

17.09.2019.

 

 

       214

Result:

Undergraduates: 

 

Year

No. of students appeared

No. of students passed

Pass %age

2015

97

93

96

2016

101

95

94

2017

99

99

100

2018

100

98

98

2019

103

102

99

 

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