Dr Parimala B , Consultant Anaesthesiologist at NU hospitals has done her M.B.B.S from meritorious Bangalore Medical College & Research Institute. She completed D.A ( Diploma in Anaesthesiology) from prestigious Mysore Medical College . For further training in anaesthesia she joined The Bangalore Hospital, Bangalore for DNB Anaethesia recognized by National Board of Examinations, New delhi and secured GOLD MEDAL in 2009. She has adequate experience in all specialities of anaesthesia like general surgery, Obstetrics & Gynaecology with special training in IVF , Orthopaedics, Paediatrics , Urology , Ophthalmology , Day care anaesthesia and many more.
Dr. Parimala strongly believes that anaesthesiologist is a perioperative physician. The care begins in the preoperative period , continues in the intra operative period and ends with postoperative care. Physical and intellectual presence of anaesthetist throughout the surgery is essential to take care of the expected and unexpected events. She takes pride in being completely responsible for the patient whether they are awake or asleep and make sure patient is stable , comfortable and pain free in the postoperative period. In her words “I am proud to say WE CARE … WHEN YOU ARE NOT AWARE !!!
and believe PATIENT SAFETY IS THE FIRST PRIORTY”.
Academic interests :
Special areas of interest in anaesthesia are paediatric anaesthesia, USG anaesthesia and difficult airway.
Has been attending various conferences and CME s to update my knowledge and skills; National conference, South zone and State conference, RACE, APGAP, ARC to name a few.
Trained in Ultrasound guided regional anaesthesia which is a recent development in anaesthesia and is going to be the future of anaesthesia .
Attended workshop and trained in Echocardiography, an add on skill to anaesthesiologist.
Done course on Simulation based anaesthesia at Ramaiah Medical College and Research Institute , Bangalore.
Trained and completed ACLS course from Manipal hospital, Bangalore.
- Comparative evaluation of two different loading doses of dexmedetomidine with midazolam – fentanyl for sedation in vitreoretinal surgery under peribulbar anaesthesia. Indian Journal of Anaesthesia 2016; 60: 89-93.
- Dexmedetomidine versus midazolam – fentanyl for vitreoretinal surgery. Ofisa newsletter 2013.