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26 th ANNUAL REPORT Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine Secretariat Dr Rajesh Chandra Mishra Unit 13 & 14, First Floor, Hind Service Industries Premises Co.operative Society, Near Chaitya Bhoomi, Off Veer Savarkar Marg, Dadar, Mumbai – 400028 Tel.: 022-24444737 Telefax: 022-24460348 l email: [email protected] ISCCM TM
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  • 26thA N N U A L R E P O R T

    Indian Society ofCritical Care Medicine

    Secretariat

    Dr Rajesh Chandra MishraUnit 13 & 14, First Floor, Hind Service Industries Premises Co.operative Society,Near Chaitya Bhoomi, Off Veer Savarkar Marg, Dadar, Mumbai – 400028Tel.: 022-24444737 Telefax: 022-24460348�email: [email protected]

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  • • Notice for the 26th Annual General Body Meeting 3

    • Minutes of the 25th Annual General Body Meeting 4

    • Annual Report for the year January 2019 – December 2019 13

    • Annual report of City Branches/State Chapters 31

    • Agra 31

    • Aurangabad 31

    • Bhubaneswar 32

    • Chennai 33

    • Coimbatore 34

    • Delhi & NCR 34

    • Gurugram 36

    • Hyderabad 37

    • Indore 38

    • Jalandhar 39

    • Jalgaon 39

    • Jamshedpur 40

    • Jodhpur 40

    • Madurai 41

    • Mangalore 42

    • Mumbai 43

    • Nagpur 45

    • Pune 48

    • Rishikesh 49

    • Siliguri 49

    • Audited statements of Accounts of ISCCM Headquarters for 2018 – 2019 51

    • Elections Notice (Vacant Posts) 62

    • Elections Nomination Form 63

    • Proposed Amendments to ISCCM Constitution 2019 64

    • Contact details update form 76

    • Attendance Slip 77

    TO ALL MEMBERS OF

    INDIAN SOCIETY OF CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE

    Dear Friends,

    The 26th Annual Report, Minutes of the 25th Annual General Meeting held at Mumbai, Audited Statement of Accounts of theCentral (national) body, office bearers of various branches and their annual reports, Elections notice (Vacant posts),ElectionsNomination form, proposed amendments to the constitution, and various other reports are being circulated herewith. I requestyou to go through them; and if you have any queries, please send them to ISCCM office by 19th of February 2020. Only thequeries received by 19th of February 2020 will be discussed in the Annual General Body Meeting to be held on 29th February2020 at the National Conference Criticare 2020, Hyderabad.

    With warm regards

    Yours sincerely

    Dr. Rajesh Chandra Mishra

    General Secretary

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    INDIAN SOCIETY OF CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE

    NOTICE

    Date : 27th January 2020

    The 26th Annual General Body Meeting of the Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine will be held on 29th February 2020 at5.30 PM at Hyderabad International Convention Centre, Hyderabad – Hall 3 Main Hall during Criticare 2020, Hyderabad.You are requested to be present for this meeting.

    AGENDA

    Dr Rajesh Chandra Mishra

    General Secretary

    1 Apologies

    2 Condolences

    3 Confirmation of the Minutes of the last Annual General Body meeting held on 2nd February 2019 at Mumbai. (Copyattached)

    4 To confirm the Audited Statements of accounts for the year 2018 - 2019

    5 Business arising out of the minutes of the last AGM

    6 General Secretary's Annual Report

    7 To declare the election results for 2020-2022

    8 Elections for Executive Committee Elected members from South Zone - 1 Post and East Zone - 2 Posts.

    9 The annual report of the Indian College of Critical Care Medicine

    10 The annual report of the IJCCM

    11 Presentation of budget by Dr Shilpushp Bhosale, Treasurer

    12 To discuss about the Constitution Amendments (Copy Attached)

    13 Distribution of prizes and awards

    14 To discuss letters and correspondence if any.

    15 Presentation of the report of the Organising Secretary for 27th Annual Conference of Indian Society of Critical CareMedicine "Criticare 2021" at Ahmedabad.

    16 Installation of President

    17 Any other matter with the permission of the chair

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  • MINUTES OF THE 25TH ANNUAL GENERAL BODY MEETING OF ISCCM

    HELD ON 2ND FEBRUARY 2019 AT MUMBAI

    The Twenty fifth Annual General Body Meeting of the Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine was held on 2nd February 2019 at5.30 P.M. at The Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel, Mumbai. The meeting was attended by the followingmembers:

    THE FOLLOWING MEMBERS WERE PRESENT:-

    Name City

    Dr.A M Bhagwati Mumbai

    Dr.A Mohan Rao Visakhapatnam

    Dr.Abhijit Paul Kolkata

    Dr.Achint Narang Panchkula

    Dr.Ajay Shukla Patna

    Dr.Akash Patoliya Dhoraji

    Dr.Aklesh Tandekar Mumbai

    Dr.Akshay kumar Challani Mumbai

    Dr.Amit Hiwarka Jalgaon

    Dr.Amol Kothekar Mumbai

    Dr.Anand Joshi Hyderabad

    Dr.Anand Nikalje Aurangabad

    Dr.Anand Tiwari Pune

    Dr.Anib Pathak Mumbai

    Dr.Anil Sachdev New Delhi

    Dr.Anil Thakur New Delhi

    Dr.Anirban Hom Choudhuri New Delhi

    Dr.Ankita Lapalikar Thane

    Dr. Ankur Bhavsar Vadodara

    Dr.Anuj Clerk Surat

    Dr.Arindam Kar Kolkata

    Dr.Ashok Kataria Madurai

    Dr.Ashootosh Mall Gorakhpur

    Dr.Ashutosh Bhardwaj New Delhi

    Dr.Atul Kulkarni Mumbai

    Dr.B D Bande Pune

    Dr.Badri Prasad Das Varanasi

    Dr.Bal Mukund Mumbai

    Dr.Bharat Jagiasi Navi Mumbai

    Dr.Bhushan Kinholkar Pune

    Dr.Brajendra Lahkar Guwahati

    Dr.Brijesh Patel Ahmedabad

    Dr.Chandrashekhar T Navi Mumbai

    Dr.Charudatt Vaity Mumbai

    Dr. D K Singh Ranchi

    Dr. D P Samaddar Kolkata

    Dr.Darshan Shukla Bhavnagar

    Dr.Deepak Baharani Jabalpur

    Dr.Deepak Govil New Delhi

    Dr.Deven Juneja New Delhi

    Name City

    Dr.Dhruva Chaudhry Rohtak

    Dr.Dilip Karnad Mumbai

    Dr.Dilip Shende New Delhi

    Dr.Dinesh Kumar Sharma Bhilwara

    Dr.G C Khilnani New Delhi

    Dr.Geroge Jacob Pandalam

    Dr.Gunadhar Padhi Navi Mumbai

    Dr.Gunjan Chanchalani Mumbai

    Dr.Hardik V Rajkot

    Dr.Indraneel Raut Mumbai

    Dr.J M Ganshyam Hyderabad

    Dr.J V Divatia Mumbai

    Dr.J Vinodh Kumar Coimbatore

    Dr.Jayaram Navade Thane

    Dr.Jeetendra Sharma Gurgaon

    Dr.Jigar Mehta Ahmedabad

    Dr.Jitendra Choudhary Mumbai

    Dr.Jyoti Shendge Pune

    Dr.K Murlidharan Bangalore

    Dr.Kabilan R Pattukottai

    Dr.Kapil Borawake Pune

    Dr.Kapil Dev Soni New Delhi

    Dr.Kapil Zirpe Pune

    Dr.Kayanoosh Kadapatti Pune

    Dr.Khalid Khatib Pune

    Dr.Khusrav Bajan Mumbai

    Dr.Kunal Singh Patna

    Dr.Leelavati Thakur Gurgaon

    Dr.Leena Patil Jalgaon

    Dr.Leo Sundarajan Thanjavur

    Dr.Madhusudan Jaju Secunderabad

    Dr.Manish Bathija Mumbai

    Dr.Manish Munjal Jaipur

    Dr.Manohar Arwari Mumbai

    Dr.Mayur Shah Mumbai

    Dr.Minal Jariwala Mumbai

    Dr.Mohan B Nashik

    Dr.Nandkumar P Coimbatore

    Dr.Narendra Rungta Jaipur

    Dr.Natesh Prabhu Bangalore

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  • Name City

    Dr.Neeraj Kumar Patna

    Dr.Neeta Bose Vadodara

    Dr.Nikhil Shandilya Panchkula

    Dr.Nilesh Mahale Pune

    Dr.Nita George Kochi

    Dr.Palepu Gopal Hyderabad

    Dr.Pankaj Anand Jaipur

    Dr.Parshotam Lal Gautam Ludhiana

    Dr.Payel Bose Kolkata

    Dr.Prachi Kulkarni Mumbai

    Dr.Pradeep Bhatia Jabalpur

    Dr.Pradip Kumar Bhattacharya Bhopal

    Dr.Pradip Taur Mumbai

    Dr.Pragyan Routray Bhubaneswar

    Dr.Pramod Sood Ludhiana

    Dr.Prashant Borade Mumbai

    Dr.Pratibha Toal Mumbai

    Dr.Prince Gupta Mumbai

    Dr.Raghunath A Mysore

    Dr.Rahul Mahajan Jalgaon

    Dr.Rahul Pandit Mumbai

    Dr.Raj Rawal Ahmedabad

    Dr.Rajesh Chandra Mishra Ahmedabad

    Dr.Rajesh Chawla New Delhi

    Dr.Rajesh KumarPande New Delhi

    Dr.Rajesh Manwatkar Jalgaon

    Dr.Rajkumar Mani New Delhi

    Dr.Rajnish Kumar Patna

    Dr.Rakesh KumarTyagi Agra

    Dr.Ramesh Hasani Akola

    Dr.Ranjeet Patil Pune

    Dr.Ranjit Korde Akola

    Dr.Ranvir SinghTyagi Agra

    Dr.Ravindra Ghawat Thane

    Dr.Rekha Das Cuttack

    Dr.Revathi Aiyer Vadodara

    Dr.Rishi Kumar Mumbai

    Dr.Ritesh Shah Baroda

    Dr.Rohit Samant Mumbai

    Dr.Ruchira Khasne Nashik

    Dr.Rupali Mahadeva Lucknow

    Dr.S J Bhosale Mumbai

    Dr.S Mahendrakar Mumbai

    Dr.S Nishanth Coimbatore

    Dr.Sameeran Upasani Mumbai

    Dr.Samir Kumar Biswas Kolkata

    Dr.Sandhya Talekar Pune

    Dr.Sanghamitra Mishra Bhubaneswar

    Name City

    Dr.Sanjay Dhanuka Indore

    Dr.Sanjay Kumar Gupta Kanpur

    Dr.Sanjith Saroja Mumbai

    Dr.Sankalp Vanzara Rajkot

    Dr.Saroj Gauri Thane

    Dr.Saswati Sinha (Dasgupta) Kolkata

    Dr.Saurabh Kole Kolkata

    Dr.Sauren Panja Kolkata

    Dr.Shabbar Joad Jaipur

    Dr.Sharmili Sinha Bhubaneswar

    Dr.Shashank Dhiraj Patna

    Dr.Shashank Sen Siliguri

    Dr.Sheila Nainan Myatra Mumbai

    Dr.Shirish Prayag Pune

    Dr.Shivakumar Iyer Pune

    Dr.Smriti Tiwari Navi Mumbai

    Dr.Soonu Udani Mumbai

    Dr.Soumya Sankar Nath Lucknow

    Dr.Srinivas S Hyderabad

    Dr.Srinivas Samavedam Hyderabad

    Dr.Srinivasan Ramanathan Mumbai

    Dr.Subhal Dixit Pune

    Dr.Sudhir Khunteta Jaipur

    Dr.Sudipta Mukherjee Kolkata

    Dr.Suhail Sarwar Lucknow

    Dr.Suhail Siddiqui Lucknow

    Dr.Sunil Katkade Thane

    Dr.Sunit Singhi Chandigarh

    Dr.Suresh Kumar Chandigarh

    Dr.Suresh Kumar Bhargava Jaipur

    Dr.Sushil Ambesh Lucknow

    Dr.Swagata Tripathy Bhubaneswar

    Dr.Swaika Sarbari Kolkata

    Dr.Syed Andrabi Srinagar

    Dr. S. Bandyopadhyay Kolkata

    Dr. Simran Singh Mumbai

    Dr.T Mohan Maharaj Visakhapatnam

    Dr.T Murali Coimbatore

    Dr.Tadit Mohanty Cuttack

    Dr.Tapan Sarkar Kolkata

    Dr.Tapas Chakraborty Kolkata

    Dr.Udgeeth Thaker Vadodara

    Dr.Ujwala Mhatre Mumbai

    Dr.Urvi Shukla Pune

    Dr.V K Thakur Patna

    Dr.Vaijanti Bhavsar Navi Mumbai

    Dr.Veena Narayan Wetal Mumbai

    Dr.Venkat Raman Kola Hyderabad

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  • Name City

    Dr.Vikrant Pawar Navi Mumbai

    Dr.Vilas Kushare Nashik

    Dr.Vinay Kulkarni Nagpur

    Dr.Vinod Gosavi Aurangabad

    Dr.Vinod Kumar Muzaffarpur

    Dr.Vipin Kumar Singh Lucknow

    Dr.Vipul Parekh Bhavnagar

    Dr.Vishal Pawar Pune

    Name City

    Dr.Vivek Jain Mumbai

    Dr.Vivek Mittal Jaipur

    Dr. Y.P Singh New Delhi

    Dr.Yash Javeri New Delhi

    Dr.Yatin Mehta Gurgaon

    Dr.Yogesh Vaishnav Mumbai

    Dr.Ziyokov Joshi Jalandhar

    Dr Pradip Kumar Bhattacharya welcomed all the members present. The President Dr Yatin Mehta called the meeting to orderwith required quorum present at meeting.

    1. Apologies

    Nil

    2. Condolences

    Dr Rameshwar Pande, Dehradun, Dr Hamendra Patel, Baroda and Dr Bhupendra Shah, Baroda.

    One minute silence was observed in respect of departed souls.

    3. Confirmation of the Minutes of the last Annual General Body meeting held on 8th March 2018 atVaranasi.

    The minutes of the last AGM were confirmed. Dr Manish Munjal proposed and Dr Yash Javeri seconded and minuteswere passed.

    4. Involvement of local branch in Annual Conference

    Dr Yash Javeri enquired regarding involvement of local branch in Annual Conference. Dr Kapil Zirpe clarified that as perConstitution, the local branch could select their 4 Organizing Committee members by consensus.

    5. To confirm the Audited statement of accounts for the year 2017 -2018

    Dr Rajesh Chandra Mishra proposed and Dr Susruta Bandyopadhyay seconded passing of accounts and Auditedaccounts for year 2017 -2018 were passed.

    6. General Secretary’s annual report

    Dr Pradip Kumar Bhattacharya presented General Secretary`s Annual report. He thanked all Executive Committeemembers for their contribution made during the year.

    He informed about activities of society during year. The important updates were as follows:-

    General

    1. The major exercise of Membership database update was undertaken. More than 4,000 email id and mobile numbersof members were updated.

    2. He informed about ISCCM day celebration.

    3. IJCCM publishers have been changed. Jaypee Brothers are managing IJCCM from Jan 2019 issue. IJCCM isavailable to all members in soft copy form only. Dr R K Mani completed his tenure as editor on 31st Dec 2018. Hethanked him for his efforts. Dr Atul Kulkarni has been appointed as Editor, IJCCM for 3 years from 1st Jan 2019. Themembers applauded appointment.

    4. To strengthen Accounting and compliances, new Consultants have been appointed. A full time Accountant also hasbeen appointed.

    5. A budget has been prepared. The aim is to minimise the administrative expenses and to allocate maximum funds forresearch and academic objects of society.

    6. Rs 1.50 lacs were paid to ISCCM Kochi and Calicut branch each for heavy rains relief.

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  • 7. The bankers have been changed from HDFC Bank to Axis Bank.

    8. The provision has been made for applicants to apply for membership totally online with payment of fees. It has beenproposed to make the membership application procedure mandatorily online after Criticare 2019.

    9. It is planned to bid for World Congress 2025 and endeavour is to bid till we are successful.

    10. FCRA registration – ISCCM is FCRA registered. We are expecting an educational grant of Rs 20 lacs for our onlineCCIDC course.

    11. Like every year, Critical Care Update Book has been released this year also.

    12. Administrative Aspects of Critical Care book is another book that has been released this year.

    13. With more activities being planned, we have finalised purchase of neighbouring office. The possession is expected innear future.

    Research

    1. ISCCM Initiated research INDICAPS II PI Dr J V Divatia has got 33% better response than INDICAP I.

    2. We appreciate Dr Vidya Menon, Dr Mahuya Bhattacharya and Dr Sukanya Mitra - Research grant awardees.

    3. CHITRA: The data entry platform has been transferred from St. John`s Bangalore to ISCCM server. It has beenofficially launched and it will soon start after Criticare 2019.

    4. Research Methodology E course prepared by Dr Anirban Hom Choudhuri has been launched during the conference.

    5. We have brought out a Compendium book of Abstracts of all research done in India for 2008-2018. We thank Dr AtulKulkarni and Dr Subhash Todi for their efforts for the book.

    6. We plan to have research conclave soon.

    7. The monthly Podcast: Review of Critical Care literature and Author interview is in progress and it is expected to startsoon.

    8. We are informing our members to participate in ISCCM Endorsed surveys going on with international bodies.

    Guidelines

    1. AKI guidelines have been completed and submitted. We thank Dr Arindam Kar for his efforts for these Guidelines.

    2. We thank Dr Narendra Rungta for his commendable work and efforts put in for preparing the ISCCM guidelines onICU Design.

    3. Indian antimicrobial prescription guidelines in critically ill immunocompromised patients, Chairman – Dr AtulKulkarni have been published in IJCCM. Indian antimicrobial prescription guidelines in critically ill nonimmunocompromised patients, Chairman – Dr G C Khilnani have been also published in IJCCM supplement.

    Criticare 2019

    1. First time center has conducted annual conference from center and he hoped that it will be successful conference.

    2. A special discounted prices were offered to PG students.

    3. There are 10 prizes for posters and 10 prizes for platform presentations.

    4. He hoped that all must have liked Scientific programme.

    Branches

    1. The branch management system has been developed. More than 50% of branches are actively using BMS.

    2. For current year, the best branches were selected from branch management system.

    3. Few branches conducted their elections through center`s election software. The cost was borne by center.

    Dr Pradip Kumar Bhattacharya thanked all the ISCCM office staff for their contribution. Mrs Sunita Shukla has beenworking with ISCCM for 25 years. The members applauded.

    All the ISCCM office staff were felicitated with Shawl.

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  • Dr Pradip Kumar Bhattacharya thanked and concluded General Secretary`s report.

    7. Felicitation of Dr Ashit Bhagwati, Past President

    Dr Ashit Bhagwati was felicitated.

    Dr Ashit Bhagwati – happy to see society grow. He requested President for ISCCM should have its own text- book.

    8. To declare election results for 2019-2021

    Dr Pradip Kumar Bhattacharya informed the election results.

    Nominations were invited for the post of 1 President – Elect, 1 Vice President, 1 General Secretary - Elect,1 Secretary , 1Treasurer and 4 Executive Committee Elected Members.

    The following members were elected unopposed:

    Dr Khusrav Bajan, MumbaiSecretary

    Elections were therefore held for 1 post of President-Elect, 1 post of General Secretary – Elect, 1 post of Treasurer and 4posts of Executive Committee Elected Members.

    The following contestants were declared elected.

    Dr Dhruva Chaudhry, RohtakPresident-Elect

    Dr Srinivas Samavedam, HyderabadGeneral Secretary – Elect

    Dr Shilpushp Bhosale, MumbaiTreasurer

    Executive Committee Members Dr Gunjan Chanchalani, Mumbai

    Dr Suneel Kumar Garg, Delhi

    Dr Suresh Ramasubban, Kolkata

    Dr Raymond Savio, Chennai

    The members applauded all the elected candidates.

    9. Elections for 1 post of Vice President

    Dr Subhal Dixit – 3 nominations were received for 1 vacant post of Vice President. The Election Commission hadaccepted nomination of Dr Rahul Pandit which was in order. The nomination of Dr Ravindra Sarnaik, Nagpur wasrejected as it was not accompanied with valid payment. Dr D K Singh nomination was not accepted as it was receivedafter last date for receiving nominations. No complaint was received for last date with 20th Jan 2019 for receivingnominations as Sunday. The election Commission have declared Dr Rahul Pandit as elected as Vice President.

    Dr D K Singh thanked members who had attended Criticare 2018 conference. The members applauded. It is wellpracticed rule that if last day falls on Sunday or declared as holiday then the date is extended to next day.

    Dr D K Singh – The election is for not new post. All rules applicable to last election are same. He does not want an election.The members applauded Dr D K Singh.

    Dr Subhal Dixit – The Constitution is not clear. It has not been mentioned that if candidate has contested for 1 post then hecannot contest for another vacant post.

    Dr Kapil Zirpe – The Election Commission is 5 members committee. The members should respect their intelligence,knowledge and decision.

    Dr Kapil Zirpe – in past also there are occurrences where the candidates who had lost have got elected at Annual Generalmeeting. Amendment can be made which can be followed from next year.

    Dr Subhal Dixit – there is no grievance redressal Committee for scrutiny of nominations.

    Dr Narendra Rungta – the law of land is applicable to all. If last date falls on holiday, the last date automatically changes tonext working day. Dr Rahul Pandit participated in election and had lost. Morally it is not correct. Dr Kapil Zirpe – Theelection is not for same post.

    Dr Ashit Bhagwati – it has to be specified in constitution that if last day is holiday then the last day is extended to next day.

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  • There is no barrier to recontest for the post which candidate has lost.

    Dr Dhruva Chaudhry suggested that a Committee of 3 Presidents should be made and a decision should be taken inAGM. The members applauded the suggestion.

    Dr Kapil Zirpe – if everything is decided in Annual General meeting then why there is Election Committee.

    Dr Kapil Zirpe – The election Committee has declared result. If Dr D K Singh wants an election then the opinion ofmembers at AGM should be taken.

    Dr Rahul Pandit raised objection on similar ground that if he could submit his nomination in time then the other membersalso should have submitted in time. If members at AGM have to decide then they could.

    Dr Yatin Mehta expressed his displeasure with Conflict. He declared that election will be conducted in half hour by secretballot.

    Dr Kapil Zirpe – The committee of 3 past presidents Drs Rajesh Chawla, Narendra Rungta and Ashit Bhagwati willconduct elections and monitor the whole process.

    Dr Pradip Bhatia – How only members at AGM only could take part in elections. Dr Kapil Zirpe – It is as per theConstitution.

    Dr Ashit Bhagwati started election process and informed members regarding voting and valid vote.

    The members voted by secret ballot. After counting Dr Ashit Bhagwati declared the result of Election Committee. Hedeclared Dr Rahul Pandit who had polled higher number of votes as elected as Vice President.

    The members applauded Dr Rahul Pandit.

    10. The annual report of the Indian College of Critical Care Medicine

    Dr Pradip Kumar Bhattacharya highlighted the important details of ICCM mentioned in annual report.

    He informed that exemplary work has been done by all ICCM board members.

    The member with substantial experience in Critical care and who is awarded FICCM can become teacher.

    Dr D K Singh requested that members having PDCC from institutes like BHU, SGPGIMS should be considered as validfor teacher. Dr Pradip Kumar Bhattacharya – It will be discussed in next ICCM Board meeting.

    Decision has been taken that institute fulfilling criteria can run IDCCN course solely. The members applauded decision.

    The Associate Life membership has been made mandatory for nursing candidates.

    The policy for refund of student fees has been formulated.

    It is planned to have meeting of ICCM fellows every year. Dr Deepak Govil is coordinating that meeting. Rs 5 lacs havebeen sanctioned for this meeting.

    The website is fully active for college section.

    The names of all toppers awardees in exams who had received their award during Convocation were informed. Themembers applauded the awardees.

    Dr Anuj Clerk – due to criteria of 2 teachers, smaller hospitals are unable to apply for ISCCM courses accreditation. DrPradip Kumar Bhattacharya - The decision was taken for interest of students. Dr Palepu Gopal – the feedback has beenreceived from various teachers. It has to go through process. In next ICCM Board it will be discussed and consideredfavourably.

    The Member raised a point that senior members who were in Critical Care for long time but who did not have IDCCM orIFCCM should be considered for teachers. Dr Subhal Dixit – A gateway has been opened for them. If they apply forFICCM and are awarded FICCM then they can get the recognition as teachers.

    The presentation of the annual report of the Indian College of Critical Care Medicine concluded.

    11. The annual report of the IJCCM

    Dr Pradip Kumar Bhattacharya highlighted the important details of IJCCM mentioned in annual report.

    12. Presentation of budget by Dr Rahul Pandit, Treasurer

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  • Dr Pradip Kumar Bhattacharya thanked Dr Rahul Pandit for preparing the budget.

    Dr Rahul Pandit presented the budget.

    The college has annual expense of Rs 70 lacs and income from college is Rs 81 lacs.

    On an average, the society gets a surplus of Rs 1.80 crores to Rs 1.90 crores from last 3 conferences. There can be aproblem if 1 conference occurs a loss.

    The publication expenses will reduce. Dr Rahul Pandit praised Dr Atul Kulkarni for financial terms arrangement with newpublisher – Jaypee Brothers. Every year there was a deficit of Rs 30 lacs to Rs 40 lacs on account of journal. The deficithas reduced to Rs 20 lacs by not printing the hard copies.

    Dr Rahul Pandit – At present the funds position is in just in balance.

    Dr Rahul Pandit thanked and concluded presenting the budget. The members applauded Dr Rahul Pandit.

    13. To discuss about the Constitution amendments

    Dr Pradip Kumar Bhattacharya enquired with members that whether they have any issues for proposed Constitutionamendments.

    Dr Rajesh Chawla – For many years canvassing has not been allowed for elections. If canvassing is allowed, then toomuch of canvasing may happen. It should be allowed through newsletter or website and not allowed through socialmedia.

    Dr Yatin Mehta – The matter has been discussed in detail and then subsequently it has been unanimously decided that thecanvassing should be allowed. We are being hypocritical. Lot of canvassing was happening. The only objection tocanvassing is that its commercialisation will not be allowed.

    Dr J V Divatia – The society central body or Election Commission should officially do periodic campaigning by sendingmaterial of candidates to members.

    Dr Subhal Dixit – The election process has been reduced only to one month.

    Dr Kapil Zirpe – Can canvassing be opened with provisions proposed. The members proposed and passed theamendment.

    The member had issue over 3 Executive Committee members from each zone. They perceived it as disproportionate tomembers per zone.

    Dr Kapil Zirpe – If representation is based on numbers then North, West and South Zone will dominate and East andCentral Zone will suffer. There are enough posts for contesting Pan India. The intention is to take ISCCM to all parts ofcountry. The purpose of amendment is not to do justice or injustice to anybody.

    The members applauded Dr Kapil Zirpe.

    Dr Gunjan Chanchalani agreed to representation from each zone. However, her contention was that how there can beequal representation with some zones having more members and some zones having lesser members. There is no equityin this.

    Dr Kapil Zirpe – The members could participate in ICCM Board as well.

    Dr Yatin Mehta – ISCCM is not political organisation. The proposed amendment is fair.

    The members proposed and passed the amendment.

    The members proposed and passed all the other amendments also.

    Dr Rajesh Chawla – he had never seen attendance and discussion like this at AGM. He congratulated members for theirattendance in large numbers and discussion at AGM.

    14. Presentation of the report of the Organising Secretary for 26th Annual Conference of ISCCM Criticare2020 at Hyderabad

    Dr Rajesh Chandra Mishra presented the report. He thanked members for providing him the opportunity to serve asGeneral Secretary and Organising Secretary of Criticare 2020. He informed about composition of core Criticare 2020Organizing team.

    Names of international faculties were also informed.

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  • Hyderabad International Convention Centre (HICC) is the venue of conference and negotiations are on with them.Criticare 2020 workshop and conference dates were announced.

    Dr Rajesh Chandra Mishra assured that members will have best gala dinner experience. Criticare 2019 was like familyevent of Dr Rahul Pandit. Dr Rajesh Chandra Mishra informed about his passion for Criticare 2020 and working for it ashis family event.

    The registration rates for PG students have been never so low. Overall the registration rates also have been reduced.

    Dr Rajesh Chandra Mishra – all members are welcomed to be present at Criticare 2020.

    Dr Rajesh Chandra Mishra invited Criticare 2020 key Organizing Committee members – Dr Subhal Dixit, Dr DhruvaChaudhry, Dr Srinivas Samavedam, Dr Ganshtyam Jagathkar, Dr Subba Reddy and Dr Venkat Kola on dais.

    The members applauded the Organizing team and report by Dr Rajesh Chandra Mishra.

    15. Pediatric section

    Member from Pedriatic – Pedriatic section is scrapped and we are never given proper representation in society. Dr SubhalDixit – it has been merged. Dr Kapil Zirpe – We do not differentiate between Pediatric and adult members.

    Dr Kapil Zirpe – The Pediatric members like to attend adult members sessions in conference.

    His contention was that why a separate Pediatric section post is required. They should contest election for ExecutiveCommittee posts.

    The discussion concluded.

    16. Distribution of prizes and awards

    Dr Yatin Mehta, President and Dr Subhal Dixit, President – Elect distributed prizes and awards. The presidential citationawardees were Dr Parshotam Lal Gautam – Ludhiana, Dr Palepu Gopal – Hyderabad, Dr Devi Prasad Samaddar-Jamshedpur, Dr Deepak Govil – Delhi, Dr Rajesh Pande – Delhi, Dr Subhal Dixit – Pune, Dr Pradip Kumar Bhattacharya– Bhopal, Dr Subhash Todi – Kolkata, Dr G C Khilnani – Delhi, Dr Rahul Pandit – Mumbai, Dr Rajesh Chandra Mishra –Ahmedabad, Dr Kapil Zirpe – Pune, Dr R K Mani – Delhi, Dr Narendra Rungta – Jaipur, Dr Jeetendra Sharma, Gurugramand Dr Atul Kulkarni, Mumbai.

    The young talent hunt certificate was given to winners – Dr Sudipta Mukherhee – Kolkata, Dr Rupali Patnaik – Berhampurand Dr Nishanth S – Salem.

    The Best Branch award (Metro) – ISCCM Kolkata branch was declared as best branch and the Best branch award (Metro)was handed over to senior members of ISCCM Kolkata branch.

    The Best Branch award (Non- Metro) – ISCCM Pune branch was declared as best branch and the Best branch award(Non-Metro) was handed over to senior members of ISCCM Pune branch.

    For ISCCM Day Poster competition – First prize Dr. Pratibha Toal, Mumbai. Second Prize -

    Dr Sharmila Chatterjee, Tapas Kayal and Dr S K Todi (AMRI Hospitals, Dhakuria, Kolkata) and

    Third prize (i)Dr Meena Sonone ,Dr Padmanabh Kallole, Dr Ruchira Khasne, Dr Leena Bhangale and Dr Sujeet Bhamre,Nashik (ii) Dr.S.Nishanth, Coimbatore (iii) Suresh Kumar Angurana, Chandigarh (iv) Dr Wasimul Hoda and Dr RakeshGarg, New Delhi (v) Dr Swati Chhabra, Jodhpur and (vi) Dr Arunashree S. & Zubair Mohamed, Kochi were given theirprize and certificate.

    For ISCCM Day Slogan competition First prize - Wasimul Hoda and Rakesh Garg were given their prize and certificate.

    For ISCCM Day Video competition First prize – Ms Bency Benny, Pune and Second prize – Bhubaneswar City branchwere given their prize and certificate.

    The certificate was given to Research grant awardees – Dr Sukanya Mitra, Dr Mahuya Bhattacharyya and Dr VidyaMenon.

    Installation of President

    Dr Yatin Mehta – he had satisfactory tenure. He was pleased with elections fairly conducted at AGM. The majorConstitutional changes happened during Dr Kapil Zirpe`s tenure and few more steps have been taken this year formoving towards transparency. He thanked Drs Kapil Zirpe, Subhal Dixit, Pradip Kumar Bhattacharya and all other

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  • Executive Committee members for their cooperation in smooth functioning of society. With best wishes Dr Yatin Mehtahanded over the President medallion to Dr Subhal Dixit.

    Dr Subhal Dixit invited all the Executive Members 2019-20 on dais.

    The video of welcome address of Dr Subhal Dixit was played. He informed about his journey with ISCCM as student.The society has grown by leaps and bounds with running of various courses, publication of books and guidelines and byassociation with various Asian and Western societies. He ensured that society will continue to grow at rapid speed duringhis tenure. He wished for working on constructive consolidation in different departments of conference.

    He welcomed suggestions from members.

    Dr Subhal Dixit concluded his address by thanking all members and welcoming them at next year`s Annual conference –Criticare 2020.

    With no other business remaining, Dr Pradip Kumar Bhattacharya declared the meeting as closed.

    Dr Yatin Mehta Dr Pradip Kumar Bhattacharya

    President, ISCCM General Secretary, ISCCM

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  • 26 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE INDIAN SOCIETY OF CRITICAL CARE MEDICINETH

    JANUARY 2019 TO DECEMBER 2019

    The of ISCCM takes great pleasure in presenting the 26th Annual Report of the ISCCM.Executive Committee

    CRITICARE 2019

    THE CRITICARE 2019, Silver Jubilee 25th Annual Conference of ISCCM was held from 30th Jan 2019 to 3rd Feb. 2019at Renaissance Convention Centre Hotel, Mumbai.

    This was the first conference of ISCCM , which was organized totally from the center.

    25th Annual Congress was held in Association with APACCM. The conference was attended by more than 2500delegates from across the country and the SAARC nations.

    The Scientific Program was very well planned by the Scientific Committee chairman Dr Subhal Dixit to offer the deeperacademic content for the management of the critically ill through well planned interactive sessions, newly introducedRapid Fire sessions and extraordinary content in the plenary sessions by the prominent national and InternationalFaculties.

    The pre- conference Workshops were also arranged which were equally appreciated by all the attendees.

    The 25th National Congress of ISCCM was one of the major achievements of the society , which was celebrated byfelicitating the all the Past Presidents of the society who had worked over the years to bring the society at this level withmore than 12000 members from all over the world.

    The overall local arrangements for the conference by the organizing Secretary Dr Pradip Kumar Bhattacharya and DrRahul Pandit were well arranged and were well appreciated by all.

    The following Orations and awards were conferred during 25th Annual National Conference.

    Dr Randeep GuleriaISCCM ORATION:

    Dr Atul kulkarniPAST PRESIDENT ORATION:

    Dr Badri Prasad DashHANSRAJ NAYYAR AWARD:

    Membership of ISCCM

    In the year 2019, there were 1,156 applications for membership. Presently the total membership of ISCCM is 11,973.

    The city and state wise breakup of the new members is as follows:

    City No. of

    members

    City No. of

    members

    City No. of

    members

    Agra 4

    Ahmedabad 24

    Akola 4

    Aligarh 2

    Amritsar 1

    Aurangabad 5

    Bareilly 5

    Bengaluru 45

    Bhavnagar 5

    Bhopal 2

    Bhubaneswar 20

    Bilaspur 3

    Calicut 4

    Chandigarh 5

    Chennai 24

    Coimbatore 8

    Cuttack 6

    Delhi 63

    Faridabad 11

    Ghaziabad 9

    Goa 1

    Gurugram 9

    Guwahati 13

    Gwalior 1

    Hisar 1

    Hyderabad 62

    Imphal 2

    Indore 3

    Jabalpur 1

    Jaipur 31

    Jalandhar 1

    Jalgaon 6

    Jodhpur 1

    Kakinada 3

    Kanpur 7

    Karnal 2

    Kochi 7

    Kolhapur 3

    Kolkata 25

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  • President Dr Subhal Dixit 4

    City No. of

    members

    City No. of

    members

    City No. of

    members

    State No. of

    members

    State No. of

    members

    State No. of

    members

    Branches

    The following new branches were formed in 2019-20:-

    Executive Committee Meetings

    Four Executive Committee meetings were held at ISCCM Secretariat office Mumbai on 31st March 2019, 21st July 2019,3rd Nov 2019 and12th Jan 2020. Attendance of the Executive Committee members for the meetings is as follows:-

    Post Held EC Members Name Attendance

    (out of 4 meetings)

    Lucknow 17

    Ludhiana 15

    Madurai 3

    Mangaluru 2

    Meerut 5

    Mumbai 52

    Mysuru 10

    Nagpur 21

    Nashik 8

    Nellore 6

    Panchkula 3

    Patiala 5

    Patna 13

    Puducherry 6

    Pune 40

    Raipur 11

    Rajahmundry 4

    Rajkot 5

    Ranchi 15

    Rishikesh 6

    Sangli 1

    Shillong 3

    Solapur 2

    Sonepat 1

    Surat 22

    Thane 10

    Thiruvananthapuram 13

    Thrissur 18

    Tirupathi 4

    Trichy 4

    Vadodara 8

    Vijayawada 7

    Visakhapatnam 10

    Andhra Pradesh 40

    Assam 3

    Baroda 2

    Bihar 4

    Chhattisgarh 1

    Gujarat 35

    Haryana 5

    Himachal Pradesh 6

    Jammu and Kashmir 4

    Jharkhand 4

    Karnataka 15

    Kerala 40

    Madhya Pradesh 6

    Maharashtra 36

    Manipur 1

    Meghalaya 1

    Mizoram 1

    Nepal 3

    Orissa 19

    Punjab 8

    Rajasthan 30

    Tamilnadu 57

    Telangana 32

    Tripura 1

    Uttar Pradesh 15

    Uttarakhand 2

    West Bengal 6

    Branch Approved in Executive Committee meeting dated

    Panchkula 31st March 2019

    Rishikesh 31st March 2019

    Karnal 21st July 2019

    Manipal 12th January 2020

    Anantapuram 12th January 2020

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  • Immediate Past President Dr Yatin Mehta 3

    President - Elect Dr Dhruva Chaudhry 3

    Vice President Dr Rahul Pandit 4

    Vice President Dr Susruta Bandyopadhyay 4

    General Secretary and Criticare 2020 Dr Rajesh Chandra Mishra 4Organizing Secretary

    General Secretary - Elect Dr Srinivas Samavedam 4

    Secretary Dr Khusrav Bajan 2

    Joint Secretary Dr Jayeshkumar Dobariya 3

    Treasurer Dr Shilpushp Bhosale 4

    Member Dr Gunjan Chanchalani 4

    Member Dr Suneel Kumar Garg 4

    Member Dr Suresh Ramasubban 2

    Member Dr Raymond Savio 4

    Member Dr Kapil Borawake 4

    Member Dr Ganshyam Jagathkar 4

    Member Dr Anirban Hom Choudhuri 3

    Member Dr Sachin Gupta 4

    Zonal Member - North Dr Deven Juneja 3

    Zonal Member - West Dr Bharat Jagiasi 3

    Zonal Member - East Dr Sauren Panja 4

    Zonal Member - South Dr Raghunath Aladakatti 0

    Zonal Member - Central Dr Rakesh Kumar Tyagi 3

    Chairman Pediatric Section Dr Anil Sachdev 4

    Chairman - Research Committee Dr Subhash Todi 3

    Vice Chancellor - Indian College Dr Palepu Gopal 3of Critical Care Medicine

    Post Held EC Members Name Attendance

    (out of 4 meetings)

    Results of Elections held in June 2019

    The Electronic elections were successfully held this year also.

    Nominations were invited for the post of 1 President – Elect, 3 Vice Presidents, 1 General Secretary - Elect and 11 ExecutiveCommittee Elected Members. (Vacant Post – West Zone – 2, North Zone – 2 South Zone – 2, East Zone – 2, Central Zone – 3)

    The following members were elected unopposed:

    President-Elect Dr Deepak Govil, New Delhi

    Vice Presidents Dr Pradeep Rangappa, Bengaluru

    Dr D K Singh, Ranchi

    Dr Ranvir Singh Tyagi, Agra

    Executive Committee Members Dr Pankaj Anand, Jaipur (Central Zone)

    Dr Mohan Gurjar, Lucknow (Central Zone)

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  • Dr Ganshyam Jagathkar, Secunderabad (South Zone)

    Dr Lalit Singh, Bareilly (Central Zone)

    Elections were therefore held for 1 post of General Secretary – Elect and 4 posts of Executive Committee ElectedMembers. (West Zone – 2 and North Zone – 2)

    The following contestants were declared elected.

    General Secretary – Elect Dr Arindam Kar, Kolkata

    Executive Committee Members Dr Kapil Borawake, Pune (West Zone)

    Dr Deven Juneja, New Delhi (North Zone)

    Dr Ritesh Shah, Baroda (Wesr Zone)

    Dr Anirban Hom Choudhuri, Delhi (North Zone)

    1 nomination was received for Executive Committee Elected Members (South Zone) and no nominations were received forExecutive Committee Elected Members (East Zone). Hence, there is a 1 vacant post of Executive Committee Elected Members(South Zone) and 2 vacant posts of Executive Committee Elected Members (East Zone) for 2020-22. Accordingly, as perConstitution the nominations have been invited for the vacant posts and their elections will be held at Annual General Bodymeeting on 29th Feb 2020 during Criticare 2020, Hyderabad conference.

    INDIAN COLLEGE OF CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE

    ANNUAL REPORT – Academic Year 2019-2020

    I take great pride and pleasure to present Annual Report of Indian College of Critical Care Medicine (ICCCM) for the Academicyear 2019 -2020.

    The ninth year since the formation of ICCCM has been fruitful and eventful. Under the leadership and guidance of the CollegeChancellor Dr. Subhal Dixit and the Vice Chancellor Dr Palepu Gopal, along with the active involvement of college secretariesand board members, there has been continued growth and success of our Critical Care courses, evolution of our examinationand evaluation system and streamlining of our processes.

    Exemplary work has been done by the Examination Secretary Dr. Sumit Ray and Accreditation Secretary Dr. SandhyaTalekar. Atotal of 739 candidates appeared in 6 examinations and a total of 36 applications for new institutes, 170 applications for newteachers and 34 applications for reaccreditations were processed in this period. All processes related to examination andaccreditations have been streamlined. Great efforts have been taken to popularize the IDCCN course by Dr. Devi PrasadSamaddar, the Nursing Secretary.

    FELLOWSHIP OF THE INDIAN COLLEGE OF CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE (FICCM) 2019

    The Eighth Convocation Ceremony was held during Criticare 2019, at Mumbai when 25 distinguished peers were honored withfellowship (FICCM), names of whom are listed below.

    Sr. No. Name City

    1 Dr. Neetu Jain Gurgaon

    2 Dr. Deodatta Shripad Chafekar Nashik

    3 Dr. Jeetendra Sharma Gurgaon

    4 Dr. Rajesh Mohan Shetty Bengaluru

    5 Dr. Banani Poddar Lucknow

    6 Dr. Vijay Hadda New Delhi

    7 Dr. Vinayak K. Patki Kolhapur

    8 Dr. Raymond Dominic Savio Chennai

    9 Dr. Lalit Singh Bareily

    10 Dr. Supradip Ghosh Faridabad

    11 Dr Abhijit Paul Guntur

    12 Dr. Diptimala Agarwal Agra

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  • Indian College of Critical Care Medicine Academic Awards

    We congratulate the following examination toppers in 2019 who will be receiving the following awards during the convocationceremony to be held during Criticare 2020 at Hyderabad.

    Award Awardee Name City

    Dr Vijayalakshmi Kamat Award for topper in IDCCM Dr. AnuroopViswanath Calicut

    Anand Memorial Award for topper in IDCCM Dr. PiyushDetroja Morvi

    Anand Memorial Award for topper in IFCCM Dr. Gopinathan T Coimbatore

    CTCCM (Post MBBS) Topper Award Dr.Sambit Dash Bhubaneshwar

    IDCCN Topper Award Mr. PareshKathe Navi Mumbai

    Sr. No. Name City

    13 Dr. Sushma K. Gurav Pune

    14 Dr. Lokendra Dave Bhopal

    15 Dr. Vivek Nangia Faridabad

    16 Dr. Sunitha Binu Varghese Pune

    17 Dr. Arun Bansal Chandigarh

    18 Dr. Vijay Kumar Mishra Ranchi

    19 Dr. Anand Mohanlal Tiwari Pune

    20 Dr. Jayashree Muralidharan Chandigarh

    21 Dr. Sanghamitra Mishra Bhubaneswar

    22 Dr. Pramod Sood Ludhiana

    23 Dr. Khalid Ismail Khatib Pune

    24 Dr. Vijoy Kumar Thakur Patna

    25 Dr. Suneel Kumar Garg Delhi

    Honorary FICCM award for 2019 was awarded to Dr. Naresh Trehan ,Gurgaon

    EXAMINATIONS

    The IDCCM, IFCCM & CTCCM courses continue to remain popular. We have a total of 596 IDCCM seats, 104 IFCCM Seats and384 CTCCM seats offered in 203 accredited institutions across the country.

    The practical examinations have been streamlined by dividing them into two components of clinical cases and tables, wherepassing in each component is essential.

    2019 Examinations at a glance

    Course Exam Total Candidates Total Successful Candidates Passing percentage

    IDCCM Theory 510 308 60%

    IDCCM Practical 367 249 68%

    CTCCM (Post MBBS) Theory 191 119 62%

    CTCCM (Post MBBS) Practical 129 116 90%

    IFCCM Practical 38 20 53%

    Number of IFCCM Examiners: 46

    Number of IDCCM Examiners: 106

    Number of CTCCM Examiners: 32

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  • Accreditation:

    Several new institutions were accredited. We now have 203 accredited institutions across the country offering our trainingprograms.

    The list of new institutes accredited for IDCCM (17)

    List of Derecognized Institutes (15)

    Sr. No. Name City

    1 Mahatma Gandhi Medical College & Hospital, Jaipur Jaipur

    2 Ruby General Hospital, Kolkata Kolkata

    3 The Calcutta Medical Research Institute, Kolkata Kolkata

    4 Apollo Hospital OMR Chennai Chennai

    5 Paras Hospital, Gurugram Gurugram

    6 Bhailal Amin General Hospital, Vadodara Vadodara

    7 Ramesh Hospital, Guntur Guntur

    8 Ayursundra Superspeciality Hospital, Guwahati Guwahati

    9 Hayat Hospital Pvt. Ltd., Guwahati Guwahati

    10 Grecian Super- Speciality Hospital, Mohali Mohali

    11 Pushpawati Singhania Hospital & Research Institute, New Delhi New Delhi

    12 Bhagwan Mahavir Medica Supespeciality Hospital, Ranchi Ranchi

    13 Sunshine Global Hospital, Surat Surat

    14 Kiran Hospital, Surat Surat

    15 Vishwaraj Superspeciality Hospital, Pune Pune

    16 SAL Hospital, Ahmedabad Ahmedabad

    17 BAPS Yogiji Maharaj Hospital, Ahmedabad Ahmedabad

    Sr. No. Institute City

    1 Bhatia Hospital,Mumbai Mumbai

    2 Pushpanjali Hospital & Research Institute Pvt. Ltd. Agra

    3 AMRI Hospitals, Gariahat Gariahat

    4 Sterling Hospital Rajkot

    5 B.G.S. Global Hospital,Bangaluru Bangalore

    6 Noble Hospital Pune

    7 Max Superspeciality Hospital, Dehradun Dehradun

    8 MaxcureMediciti Hospital, Hyderabad Hyderabad

    9 Yashoda Hospital, Secunderabad Secunderabad

    10 Shree Narayana Hospital Raipur

    11 Niramaya Hospital Pune

    12 Unique Hospital, Surat Surat

    13 BAPS Pramukhswami Hospital, Surat Surat

    14 Kothari Medical Centre, Kolkata Kolkata

    15 Global Hospital, Parel Mumbai

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  • Institutes with Additional Seats Sanctioned (15)

    Existing seats Additional / New seats

    Sr. No Institute Name IDCCM CTCCM IFCCM IDCCN IDCCM CTCCM IDCCN IFCCM

    1 R.B Shah Mahavir Super Speciality 2 2 0 4 2 2 4 0Hospital, NanpuraSurat

    2 Fortis Memorial Research Institute, 2 2 0 4 2 2 4 0Gurgaon

    3 NRI Academy of Sciences, Guntur 2 2 0 4 2 2 4 0

    4 Saifee Hospital ,Mumbai 2 2 1 4 2 2 4 0

    5 Apollo Hospitals International Ltd., 4 4 1 8 2 2 4 0Ahmedabad

    6 MedantaAbdurRazzaque Ansari 2 2 0 4 0 0 0 1Memorial Weaver's Hospital(A Unit ofGlobal Health Pvt. Ltd.),Ranchi

    7 Max SuperspecialityHospital,Vaishali 2 2 0 4 2 2 4 1

    8 S.L.Raheja Mumbai 2 2 0 4 2 2 4 0

    9 Fortis Hospital (Wockhardt),Mulund 4 4 2 8 2 2 4 0

    10 KIMS Hospital, Secunderabad 4 4 1 8 2 2 4 0

    11 YashodaHospital,Somajiguda 4 4 0 8 2 2 4 0

    12 Ramkrishna Care Hospital, Raipur 2 2 0 4 2 2 4 0

    13 SahyadriSpeciality Hospitals, Pune 4 4 0 8 0 0 0 1

    14 Apollo Hospital,Bhubaneswar 4 4 0 8 0 0 0 1

    15 Apollo HealthcityJubillee Hills, 4 4 1 8 2 2 4 1Hyderabad

    New Teachers Approved in Existing Institute (74)

    Sr. No Teacher Name Institute

    1 Dr. Vineeta Goyal Fortis Escorts Heart Institute, Delhi

    2 Dr. Sasidhar Parri Sundaram Medical Foundation, Chennai

    3 Dr. Vaibhav Vaishnav SoniManipal Hospital, Jaipur

    4 Dr. Rajesh Chandra Mishra The Gujarat Research & Medical Institute

    5 Dr. Vidyadhara G. Lakkappan Holy Family Hospital, Mumbai

    6 Dr. Kavita Khandelwal Kailash Hospital & Heart Institute, Noida

    7 Dr. Naveen Jasmine PRS Hospital, Trivandrum

    8 Dr. Puneet Chopra SatguruPratap Singh Hospitals, Ludhiana

    9 Dr. Ripenmeet Salhotra Fortis Escorts Hospital, Faridabad

    10 Dr. Zahid Ahamed Shifaa Hospital, Bangalore

    11 Dr. Alok A Shah Smt. R. B . Shah Mahavir Hospital, Surat

    12 Dr. Swapna Sandeep Khanzode Wockhardt Hospital, Nagpur

    13 Dr. K. Swarna Deepak Apollo Healthcity, Jubillee Hills Hyderabad

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  • Sr. No. Teacher Name Institute

    14 Dr. Anand Bhabhor Jaslok Hospital & Research Center, Mumbai

    15 Dr. Deepesh G. Aggarwal Saifee Hospital, Mumbai

    16 Dr. M. Lakshmi Prasannam NRI Academy of Sciences Guntur

    17 Dr Geetesh Mangal SantokbaDurlabhji Memorial Hospital, Jaipur

    18 Dr. Mozammil Shafi Medanta The Medicity, Gurgaon

    19 Dr. Rahul Harne Medanta The Medicity, Gurgaon

    20 Dr. Ashish Kumar Medanta The Medicity, Gurgaon

    21 Dr. Vijayant Yadav Medanta The Medicity, Gurgaon

    22 Dr. Meraj Ahmad Max Superspeciality Hospital Vaishali,Delhi

    23 Dr. Saurabh Nanda Medanta The Medicity, Gurgaon

    24 Dr. S. Maneendra Global Hospital, Hyderabad

    25 Dr. S. Saurabh Biswal Care Hospital, Hyderabad

    26 Dr Lakshman Ramachandran Fortis Hospital, Noida

    27 Dr Saurabh Mehra Fortis Hospital, Noida

    28 Dr Girish Veeranna Hiregoudar Saraswati Medical Research Centre, Kolhapur

    29 Dr Sameer Saikia Asian Heart Institute, Mumbai

    30 Dr BikramJyoti Max Superpeciality Hospital, Shalimar Bagh

    31 Dr Chetan Kedar Sharma Care Hospital, Nagpur

    32 Dr Deepak Yaduvanshi Manipal Hospital, Jaipur

    33 Dr Rajendra Kumar BhagwanMahavir Jain Hospital, Bangalore

    34 Dr. Pulgam Shashidhar Yashoda Hospital Malakpet, Hyderabad

    35 Dr. Achint Narang Alchemist Hospital, Panchkula

    36 Dr Sanjay Eknath Walke Jupiter Hospital, Thane

    37 Dr RimitaDey Peerless Hospitex Hospital & Research Centre, Kolkata

    38 Dr. Paritosh Gangwal Poona Hospital & Research Center, Pune

    39 Dr. MeruguSai Vijendra Star Hospital, Hyderabad

    40 Dr Anupam Malik Gaba Hospital, Yamunanagar

    41 Dr. Munta Kartik Yashoda Hospital Somajiguda, Hyderabad

    42 DrYogesh Rojram Harde Yashoda Hospital Somajiguda, Hyderabad

    43 Dr. Amit Singh Nayati Hospital, Mathura

    44 Dr Amandeep Singh Fortis Escort Hospital, Faridabad

    45 Dr Sujeet Ashok Joshi Fortis Hospital, Ludhiana

    46 Dr Abhijit Deshmukh Ruby Hall Clinic Pune

    47 Dr. Charudatta Vaity Fortis Hospital, Mulund

    48 Dr Srinivas Rajagopala PSG Hospital, Coimbatore

    49 Dr. Chandreshkumar Rameshbhai Sudani Medicover Hospital, Hyderabad

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  • Sr. No. Teacher Name Institute

    50 Dr Maroju Sujani Star Hospital, Hyderabad

    51 Dr. Meghena Mathew Apollo First Med Hospital, Chennai

    52 Dr Sourabh Jaising Phadtare Dr. BalabhaiNanavati Hospital, Mumbai

    53 Dr. Dhanashree Lapalikar HCG Hospital, Ahmedabad

    54 Dr. Rajib Duarah NarayanaSuperspeciality Hospital, Guwahati

    55 Dr Kundan Hazarika NarayanaSuperspeciality Hospital, Guwahati

    56 Dr Mukesh Kumar Balguri Sunshine Hospital, Secunderabad

    57 Dr Sushama Chettri Batra Hospital & Medical Research Centre, New Delhi

    58 Dr. ShashiKiran Kumar Reddy Yashoda Hospital Malakpet, Hyderabad

    59 Dr DikshaTyagi Pt. B D Sharma PGIMS Rohtak

    60 Dr. Saurabh Jain Max Superspeciality Hospital, Patparganj

    61 Dr. Gaurav Pratap Singh Max Superspeciality Hospital, Patparganj

    62 Dr. Ippa Divya Reddy Citizen Hospital, Hyderabad

    63 Dr. Vikrant ShamraoPawar Fortis Hiranandani Hospital, Vashi

    64 Dr. Anish Gupta Max Superspeciality hospital, Saket Delhi

    65 Dr. Mahendrakar Kranti Kumar Aware Gleneagles Global Hospitals Hyderabad

    66 Dr Prashant Singh Max Superspeciality hospital, Saket Delhi

    67 Dr Vishalkumar VirajibhaiSadatia ShriGirirajMultispeciality hospital, Rajkot

    68 Dr Vinoth Kumar J PSG Hospital, Coimbatore

    69 Dr. Sampat Dash Ashwini Hospital, Cuttack

    70 Dr. Riyas A SUT Hospital Pattom, Trivandrum

    71 Dr Akhil Babu C S Jubillee Mission Hospital, Thrissur

    72 Dr Mansi Sudhir Dandnaik Sterling Hospital, Ahmedabad

    73 Dr Meenakshy Vijayakumar Malabar Institute of Medical Sciences, Kozhikode

    74 Dr. Manish Kishore Multani Suretech Hospital & Research Center, Nagpur

    New Teachers Approved in New Institutes (29)

    Sr. No Teacher Name Institute

    1 Dr. Ashish Jain Mahatma Gandhi Medical College & Hospital, Jaipur

    2 Dr. ShuchitaVaya Mahatma Gandhi Medical College & Hospital, Jaipur

    3 Dr. AnirbanChattopadhyay The Calcutta Medical Research Institute, Kolkata

    4 Dr. Devachandran Apollo Hospital OMR Chennai

    5 Dr. Vignesh C. Apollo Hospital OMR Chennai

    6 Dr. NehaArora Paras Hospital, Gurugram

    7 Dr. PurveshUnmarania Bhailal Amin General Hospital, Vadodara

    8 Dr. Patel Bhavin Kumar Bhailal Amin General Hospital, Vadodara

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  • Course Exam Total Candidates Total Successful Candidates Passing percentage

    IDCCN Theory 285 221 78%

    IDCCN Practical 221 216 98%

    Sr. No. Teacheer Name Institute

    9 Dr. Abhijit Paul Ramesh Hospital, Guntur

    10 Dr. Siddhartha Goswami AyursundraSuperspeciality Hospital, Assam

    11 Dr. ManinderjitKaur Grecian Super- Speciality Hospital, Mohali

    12 Dr. Preeti Sharma Grecian Super- Speciality Hospital, Mohali

    13 Dr. Vijay Kumar Mishra BhagwanMahavirMedicaSupespeciality Hospital, Ranchi

    14 Dr. G. C. Khilnani PushpawatiSinghania Hospital & Research Institute, New Delhi

    15 Dr. Neetu Jain PushpawatiSinghania Hospital & Research Institute, New Delhi

    16 Dr. DabbooPatwari Hayat Hospital Pvt. Ltd., Guwahati

    17 Dr. HardipManiar Kiran Hospital, Surat

    18 Dr. Swati Sanjeeva Dole(Swati GovindKhare) VishwarajSuperspeciality Hospital, Pune

    19 Dr. Sushant Vijay Shinde VishwarajSuperspeciality Hospital, Pune

    20 Dr. RajendraPopatlalRaval SAL Hospital, Ahmedabad

    21 Dr. MehulSolanki BAPS YogijiMaharaj Hospital, Ahmedabad

    22 Dr. Mahesh Parmar BAPS YogijiMaharaj Hospital, Ahmedabad

    23 Dr.KrunalkumarJayantilal Patel Sunshine Global Hospital, Surat

    24 Dr. SilpaChaudhry Ramesh Hospital, Guntur

    25 Dr. Rajesh Kumar Singh BhagwanMahavirMedicaSupespeciality Hospital, Ranchi

    26 Dr.SatyaRanjanSahu PushpawatiSinghania Hospital & Research Institute, New Delhi

    27 Dr. Vitrag Shah Kiran Hospital, Surat

    28 Dr. DalwadiDivyangBabubhai SAL Hospital, Ahmedabad

    29 Dr. Vrooti Patel SAL Hospital, Ahmedabad

    IDCCN COURSE REPORT

    Dr.Devi Prasad Samaddar, IDCCN Secretary and Secretary Elect Dr Vivek Kumar under the supervision of executive body ofICCCM made the IDCCN course more popular. Currently the course is being conducted in 203 institutions. 285 candidatesappeared in the IDCCN examination this year with over all pass rates of 75.8%. Certain new initiatives were taken during thetenure of Dr. Samaddar such as formation of amended nursing SOP, restructuring of the nursing curriculum and introduction of"Roles & Responsibilities" document to facilitate and bring clarity in the administrative responsibilities of secretary and secretaryelect. The scoring system of the IDCCN examination was also changed to bring more transparency and objectivity. Rapid growthin the number of registered IDCCN candidates was evidenced during last two years.

    IDCCN Exam Report for 2019 is as follows:

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  • PERFORMANCE OF OUR ONLINE COURSES

    JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUNE JULY AUG SEPT OCT NOV

    4C Members 60 31 42 31 53 19 29 23 37 22 32

    Non Members 9 9 7 6 10 7 17 6 8 16 11

    International 1 1 2 1

    Course material 7 7 3 2 2

    Total Enrolment 70 40 50 37 63 26 55 36 48 41 45 511

    Total collection 360210 213540 272898 188800 320960 141240 284338 154540 232780 229919 229920 2629145

    CCIDC Members 10 6 2 4 13 6 5 6 9 7 9

    Non Members 6 3 2 5 6 1 5 6 2 2 6

    International 1

    Course material 2 1 1 1

    Total Enrolment 16 9 4 9 21 7 10 14 11 10 16 127

    Total collection 64720 35900 17520 39260 75340 26460 41300 61359 41300 3420 60680 406579

    MRM Members 23 5 5 2 8 6 3 3 2 2

    Non Members 1 3 2 1 1

    International 1 1

    Total Enrollment 24 9 5 2 11 6 4 4 2 2 69

    Total collection 38940 29499 11800 4720 33040 14160 10620 10620 4720 4720 162839

    CREDENTIAL COMMITTEE REPORT FOR FICCM AWARDS 2020:

    As recommended by the credentials committee the following members of ISCCM will receive the honor of FICCM at Criticare2020, Hyderabad.

    Sr. no. Name City

    1 Dr. Ashok Kumar Singh Kanpur

    2 Dr. M. N Sivakumar Coimbatore

    3 Dr. Bharat G. Jagiasi Navi Mumbai

    4 Dr.Sushil P. Ambesh Lucknow

    5 Dr. Manoj Kumar Singh Ahmedabad

    6 Dr.Ganshyam M Jagathkar Secunderabad

    7 Dr.KapilSharadBorawake Pune

    8 Dr.SudhirKhunteta Jaipur

    9 Dr.SaurenPanja Kolkata

    10 Dr. Ebor Jacob Gnananayagam Vellore

    Honorary FICCM awards for2020:Dr. Brig. V. S. Kolhe, Pune

    Summary of the decisions taken at ICCCM Board approved by ISCCM EC in 2019-2020

    Sr. No. Summary of the Decisions Status Details

    1 College Secretary, Exam Secretary & Accreditation Sectretary's Roles & Approved ImplementedResponsibilities prepared by the respective

    2 Log Book Submission will be mandatory for IDCCM & CTCCM Trainees Approved Implementedwho have been registered from Jan 2019 onwards and appearing for 2020Exam. It is updated in the Trainees profile (online system) also.

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  • Sr. No. Summary of the Decisions Status Details

    3 ACLS, 4C and Airway (only for non-anesthetist) courses are the only Approved Implementedmandatory courses for IDCCM. Trainees who have been registered fromJan 2019 onwards and appearing for 2020 Exam. Information is updatedon the ISCCM website.

    Teachers of the respective Institute will be responsible for completion of therequired mandatory courses of the trainees.

    4 IFCCM : A poster/ oral paper should be presented at any national Approved Implementedconference within 1 ½ years of registration OR the candidate can submit apaper published/accepted for publication in a peer reviewed indexed journal(he/she should be a 1st, 2nd or corresponding author).The poster/paper maybe presented not only in the ISCCM national conference, but any nationalbody meeting related to critical care (e.g APICON, MAPCON, ISACON)or international conference of various international societies e.g. ESICM,SCCM, ERS , ATS etc. The presentation should be done during the durationof the course.The poster/paper presentation certificate or publication copyshould be submitted for getting the IFCCM certificate. (w.e.f. from April 2019registration).

    5 Institute & Teachers form for the accreditation of Institute for Nursing is Approved Implementeduploaded on the ISCCM website.

    6 CCT (UK) dual recognition certificate is approved as formal qualification Approved Implementedfor teachership.

    7 Candidate who has a foreign qualification in critical care, after 2 years of his Approved Implementedreturn from abroad, can directly apply for IFCCM examination. Candidateshould be working in the ISCCM recognized Institution -Subject to CollegeBoard approval.

    8 Changes in Teachership rules - Institutes will continue to require 2 teachers to Approved Implementedbe recognized. First teacher criteria will be same as it is on the ISCCM Website.2nd teacher Criteria- They should have minimum 4 years of experience postPG from July 2019. Other criteria for 2nd teacher will be same as for 1st teacher.The 2nd teacher cannot take any candidate till they complete 8/10 years.The second teacher will look after the students in the institute if the first teacherleaves. Institutes should recruit a new teacher within one year of a teacherleaving the Institute to continue recognition.

    9 The College proposed that there should be some constitutional amendments Approved Implementedfor the teachership criteria following this decision

    Teacher should have complete 1 year in the institute from where�they are applying.

    Freelancer consultant henceforth will not be accepted.�

    Teacher should have experience in recognized hospital by National�Board/NABH/ISCCM & MCI only.

    10 All city branches have been advised to conduct airway workshops so that Approved Implementedthe trainee will not face problems in completing the mandatory workshoprequirements

    11 Derecognition of the institutes running ISCCM courses with one teacher from Approved ImplementedJanuary 2020.Derecognised institutes will not be permitted to take any studentfrom Jan 2020 and their name will be removed from the ISCCM website.

    12 ISCCM courses will continue as 1 and 2 year courses. Those institutes which Approved Implementedwish to opt out of 2 year IDCCM and CTCCM courses due to the DNB circularor other reasons, may do so and need to inform the college regarding the same.The college will not be responsible for admissions taken for seat unavailable inthe institute that were not intimated to the college. The institute will beresponsible for full fee refund to the student in such cases.

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  • ICCCM Board, 2020-21

    Chancellor : ISCCM President : Dr. Dhruv Chaudhry

    Immediate Past Chancellor : Dr. Subhal Dixit

    Vice Chancellor : Dr Sheila Nainan Myatra

    Board Members : ISCCM President Elect : Dr. DeepakGovil

    ISCCM General Secretary : Dr. Srinivas Samavedam

    Secy, ICCM : Dr. Manish Munjal

    Secy Elect, ICCM : Dr. Ramesh Venkataraman

    Secy, Accreditation : Dr. Y. P. Singh

    Sr. No. Summary of the Decisions Status Details

    13 FCPS Medicine by CPS is a 3-year course approved by MCI. Hence IDCCM Approved Implementedwill be of one-year duration wef January 2020 registrations.

    14 ACLS, Airway and 4C (only contact programme) courses will be mandatory Approved Implementedfor the all the CTCCMCandidates wef January 2020 registrations.

    15 Revised fees for Institute Accreditation. The fee for institute accreditation Approved Implementedwill be wef 3rd November 2019 Rs. 59,000/- (including GST).ISCCM will arrange the stay & travel for the Inspector. The institute will haveto arrange the local travel & hospitality for the inspector for institute inspection.

    Rs. 17,700/- Scrutiny Fees (including GST) - Non Refundable fees�

    Rs. 41,300/- Refundable Fees (including GST) if the institute does not�fulfill the accreditation criteria on screening.

    16 Training and exam gap for candidates: Candidates should complete the Approved Implementedcourse tenure of training within a maximum period of 3 years and will beallowed to appear for the examination up to 3 years after completion of thecourse. Candidates are allowed a maximum of 3 attempts for the 1 & 2 yearcourses. (w.e.f January 2020 registrations).

    17 Revision of ALM Fees for Nursing Candidates. :- College Board members Approved Implementeddecided that fees for ALM will be Rs. 2000 plus GST Approved by FinanceCommittee & EC . To go to AGM for information

    18 Candidates will be allowed to register after the deadline of registration for Approved Implementedcourses and examinations upto 7 days with late fees. Extra 50% of the coursefees with GST will be as late fees (w.e.f January 2020 registrations)

    19 Institute accreditation &teacher application inspection should not be Approved Implementedconducted unless full documentation submitted within 30 days of applicationfailing which application will be forwarded to next CB meeting.

    20 Medico legal course: Help line offered to all ISCCM members free of cost. Approved ImplementedOnly advice, not service.

    21 ECMO Course: MOU draft submitted Final MOU to be signed and course Approved To beto be launched at CRITICARE 2020.(Dr. Babu Abraham) Implemented

    22 Ultrasound course: Details of syllabus ready, to be launched at Approved To beCRITICARE 2020 (Dr. Deepak Govil) Implemented

    23 Respiratory therapist course: to be launched at CRITICARE 2020 Approved To be(Dr.Vivek Kumar) Implemented

    24 Neuro Critical Care Courses: to be launched at CRITICARE 2020 Approved To beImplemented

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  • Secy Elect, Accreditation : Dr. Ajith Kumar A K

    Secy, Examinations : Dr. Babu Abraham

    Secy Elect, Examinations : Dr. Sachin Gupta

    Secy, Critical Care Nursing : Dr. Vivek Kumar

    Secy Elect, Critical Care Nursing : Dr. Susruta Bandyopadhyay

    ICCM Election 2019:

    8 Nominations for ICCCM 2019 Election were received.

    1Post: Vice Chancellor : Dr. Sheila Myatra

    1 Post: Secretary Elect : Dr. Ramesh Venkataraman

    1 Post :Secy Elect, Examination :1) Dr. Sachin Gupta 2) Dr. Vinod Kumar Singh

    1 Post: Secy Elect, Accreditation :1) Dr. DiptimalaAgarwal 2) Dr. Ajith Kumar 3) Dr. Parshotam Lal Gautam

    1 Post: Secy Elect, Nursing :1) Dr. Susruta Bandyopadhyay

    ICCM Election 2019 Results:

    1) Vice Chancellor : Dr. SheilaMyatra(Unopposed)

    2) Secretary Elect : Dr. Ramesh Venkataraman(Unopposed)

    3) SecretaryElect, Examination : Dr. Sachin Gupta

    4) SecretaryElect, Accreditation : Dr. Ajith Kumar

    5) Secretary Elect, Nursing : Dr. Susruta Bandyopadhyay

    Members who will retire by March 2020:

    Chancellor : Dr. Subhal Dixit

    Vice Chancellor : Dr. Palepu Gopal

    Board Members:

    ISCCM past President : Dr. Yatin Mehta

    ISCCM General Secretary : Dr. Rajesh Mishra

    Secretary : Dr. Sheila Myatra

    Secretary, Accreditation : Dr. SandhyaTalekar

    Secretary, Examinations : Dr. Sumit Ray

    On behalf of ICCCM, I thank the retiring members for their hard work and immense contribution to the continued evolutionof ICCCM. They will however continue to advise us on various matters in future!

    Dr. Sheila Nainan Myatra

    Secretary, Indian College of Critical Care Medicine

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  • Offices of ISCCM

    The Executive Committee, ICCM Board meetings, Conference scientific programme and Guidelines faculties meetings wereconducted at our Dadar Unit 13 and 14 office.

    Dadar office (unit 6) has been given on rental basis for generating income for society activities.

    In view of increase in activities, we are in process of purchasing neighbouring office (Unit 15) office. We are expecting to get itspossession soon after its registration is duly completed.

    Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine (IJCCM)

    Dear President and General Secretary

    Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine

    I wish all the members of Executive Members of the ISCCM for a happy and prosperous new year. I hope the society fulfils andmeets all the goals and aspiration of the members as per our tradition.

    I wish to begin by thanking the Credentials Committee and the EC for the privilege of being appointed as the Editor in Chief ofIJCCM. Also please place on record my gratitude for the Associate Editors in particular and the editorial board for their help inthis difficult period of transition from one publisher who neither gave ISCCM any royalty nor any transparent transaction history,to a new publisher.

    Number of articles received and published in IJCCM

    1. No of articles submitted in 2019 (1st January to 31st December 2019): 1400 articles

    2. No of articles published from January 2019 to December issue: 153

    3. Articles published in Special issues: 47

    4. No of articles rejected: 723

    New beginning

    1. We published the Supplement 1 consisting of 2 guidelines on antimicrobial use in India.

    2. There were 3 other special issues called Advancing frontiers in Critical Care Medicine. We aimed these at topics not normallydiscussed in great detail in the CMEs and conferences:

    a. Neurocritical Care (Guest Editors: Sameer Jog, Kapil Zirpe)

    b. Transfusion (Guest Editors: Srinivas Samavedam, Ashit Hegde)

    c. Poisoning (Binila Chacko and Bhuvana Krishna) with particular emphasis on Indian population. This will be uploaded thisTuesday.

    3. The first Special issue of March will be on renal problems in the critically ill and RRT. Ashit Hegde and N Ramakrishnan haveagreed to do this for us.

    4. There is a plan to bring out a special supplement of Guidelines to be distributed to all the delegates at Criticare 2020,provided we get the guidelines in the final form by the 25th January 2020.

    Finances of IJCCM

    1. The entire year's (2019) issues were sponsored by Cipla Pharmaceuticals. This was arranged through the pharmaceuticalindustry management (or liaison) division of JP Brothers Medical Publishers Pvt. Ltd. They also managed the get Cipla tobuy 10,000 copies of the first guidelines supplement which were distributed to all delegates at Criticare 2019.

    2. Since the special issues were not contracted for, the publisher wanted us to pay INR 350,000 /issue, which was sanctionedvery kindly by the President and the Finance Committee Chairman and all members. (My thanks for this for the recordplease). However fortunately I was able to bring the cost per special issue down to INR 200,000 /issue.

    3. We also paid INR 250,000 for development and management of the journal platform. This was a one time payment andsubsequently we need to pay INR 20,000 as annual website maintenance charges

    4. So overall we paid INR 673,718 (supplement 2 and 3 INR 400,000 website development, INR 250,000 courier chargesIJCCM 1st to 4th issue INR 23,718)

    5. The next year's arrangement is in process of being worked out and I will soon let you know the outcome.

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  • Impact factor for IJCCM

    Current Indexing of IJCCM -Emerging Sources

    Citation Index (ESCI)

    On the bases of self-evaluated

    the journals will transfer to

    Science Citation Index

    Expanded (SCIE)

    (No action required from

    society or publisher)

    Journal Citation Reports (JCR)

    evaluate the journals indexed

    in SCIE for Impact Factor

    Journal Citation Reports (JCR)

    evaluation process will start in

    March and results will be

    announced in the month of

    June of the same year

    � IJCCM is indexed in PubMed, Scopus and ESCI (see above)

    � The format of moving from SCIE and impact factor is also given above

    � As publisher of IJCCM, JP Brothers Medical Publishers Pvt. Ltd, are in constant touch with the authorities at Web ofScience Group and they will keep updating us on the progress.

    Help needed for this:

    � All ISCCM members please add atleast two IJCCM slides at their all presentations or Lectures across the globalconferences while presenting their papers.

    � Global visibility is the core behind increasing citation.

    ORCID:

    � We will run a banner on the website which all authors will see, as soon as they login to IJCCM submission page with alink to register or create their ORCID IDs (from coming Monday onwards)

    � ORCID won't be made mandatory for first 6 months so that number of submissions don't get reduced.

    � This will attract registered and documented record for benefit of Authors in different manners.

    With warm regards

    Atul Kulkarni

    Editor-in-ChiefIndian Journal of Critical Care Medicine

    Critical Care Communications (CCC)

    We have been releasing the ISCCM newsletter - Critical Care Communications (CCC), regularly at every two months interval.

    The new and regular sections have been part of this newsletter. Head office and branch activities and events have beenshowcased in all issues.

    Editorial team members are following:

    Editor in Chief Professor Dhruva Chaudhry

    Deputy Editors Dr. Khalid Khatib and Dr. Mohan Gurjar

    Editors Dr Tushar Patel, Dr Sauren Panja, Dr Deven Juneja, Dr Pradeep Bhatia andDr Senthil Kumar

    Book Review / Journal Scan / Dr. Kundan Mittal, Dr Inderpaul Singh Sehgal and Dr Swagata TripathiPractical Guidelines

    Quiz Section Dr Gunjan Chanchalani and Dr Tapas Sahoo

    Images Section Dr Diptimala Agarwal and Dr Anoop Kumar AS

    Editorial Assistant Supriya

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  • I take this opportunity to thank the editorial team and office bearers of all branches for their contribution.

    Thanks

    Professor Dhruv Chaudhry

    President-ElectEditor -in-Chief, Critical Care Communications (2019-2020)

    Website

    Information Website

    In the current year ISCCM taken several new initiatives to become more integrated on the Digital Platform. The informationwebsite has gone through iteration for realignment of information.

    One-Criticare

    'One Criticare' was one of the major initiatives undertaken by ISCCM to bring all activities and communication related to ISCCMAnnual conference, Criticare on a single platform. One Criticare will be used first time for Critcare 2020, Hyderabad. It isenvisioned to be the central platform activity for all Annual Conferences henceforth.

    Membership Database

    Membership Management has undergone an updation this year. This continued activity has improved member participationacross all ISCCM activities.

    Single Sign On (SSO)

    Over the years many organisations have come forward to share certain schemes and benefits for ISCCM members. In the currentyear ISCCM IT team has built a Single Sign On Mechanism (SSO) Using SSO ISCCM is able to tie-up with other 3rd party systemin secure fashion.

    Branch Management System

    More and more branches have come forward to participate in ISCCM Branch Management System (BMS). More than 120activities were recorded on BMS.

    Research

    ISCCM has also utilised its website for conducting various research activities. In the current year 4 research projects were carriedout on ISCCM website.

    Education

    The education portal of ISCCM website underwent significant upgradation last year. The Teacher and institute modules wereadded to Education.

    E-voting

    ISCCM's Evoting system, along with ISCCM national election, is now being used by it branches for conduct of their election too.

    ISCCM Research Activities

    Chair : Dr. Subhash Todi ( 2017-2019)

    Members (2019)

    Dr J.V. Peter

    Dr. Palepu Gopal

    Dr. Sheila Nainan Myatra

    Dr Suresh Ramasubban

    Dr. Mohan Gurjar

    Dr .Anirban Hom Choudhuri

    Dr. Sachin Gupta

    1. A Research Meeting was called on the sidelines of annual congress Mumbai attended by over 50 ISCCM teachers.

    Research ideas for multicentre studies will be requested from all the teachers and will be reviewed by the Researchcommittee

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  • This was followed upon which resulted in HERMES and DISSECT study initiative

    2. A consensus was arrived at having a Research Conclave in the later half of the year

    A Zoom research conclave was organised in November where Instinct 1 and 2 and Indian ICU census study was presentedby Dr Atul Kulkarni and ICU Mobility study by Dr N. Ramakrishnan. Discussion on funding of these studies is taking placecurrently

    3. ISCCM Initiated Research: Research initiated, funded and coordinated by ISCCM research committee and to be presentedas ISCCM research in Annual congress.

    An appeal for submitting Original research proposal was sent to all ISCCM members.�

    15 projects were received for appraisal by research committee�

    HERMES Study - HEmodynamic Resuscitation and Monitoring in Early Sepsis. P.I : Dr Sheila Nainan Myatra . A�multicentre observational study. >1,000 patients recruited > 250 centres participated

    INDICAP 2: Indian Intensive Care Case Mix and Practice Patterns Study: P.I. Dr J. Divatia�

    > 200 centres participated�

    > 3,000 patients�

    Analysis and presentation at Hyderabad Annual congress 2020�

    4. ISCCM funded Investigator initiated research:

    Three grants given so far.

    Single centre study (AMRITA institute, Kochi) Vitamin C in septic shock: randomized placebo controlled study. 84 patientsrecruited. The study is completed and will be presented in Hyderabad congress. The other two projects funded areobservational study where PI has not yet submitted manuscript for publication.

    5. ISCCM endorsed surveys: INTUBE, MOSAIC study

    6. Industry funded research: A research grant has been given to ISCCM by Smith Ltd for a project on tracheostomy practices inICU. DISSECT study has been initiated and > 500 patients recruited, will be presented during Hyderabad Congress.

    7. Contractual agreement for a CRO for ongoing ISCCM projects is being looked into and an advertisement for the same hasbeen posted at the ISCCM website.

    8. Clinical Research Methodolgy e module coordinated by Dr Anirban Hom Choudhuri is up and running, enrolment started> 80 registrants

    9. Critical Care in India Research Compendium (2009-2019)

    Compiled and published during ISCCM Mumbai congress. Need to utilise the compendium data for systematic review/�individual patient data metanalysis

    10. CHITRA project: Three ICUs are entering data on CHITRA platform. Some software issues still need to be corrected beforegeneralised use. Once rectified a Research project will be proposed on CHITRA platform to be used by 10 ICUs acrossIndia.

    11. Indian critical care ICU Network (Net ICU): 2020 Project

    A proposal for creating a network of Indian ICUs for National and International collaborative research�

    Centres participating in ISCCM initiated research may be approached.�

    12. Research podcast/vodcast:

    Monthly�

    Short review of critical care research published in national and international journals�

    Author interview�

    Monthly mail to all members�

    Dr Subhal Dixit Dr Rajesh Chandra Mishra

    President, ISCCM General Secretary, ISCCM

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  • AGRA BRANCH

    Executive Committee

    Chairman : Dr Tarun Singhal

    Secretary : Dr Ranvir Singh Tyagi

    Treasurer : Dr Prashant Lavania

    Members : Dr Sanjay Gupta, Dr Sachin Goyal, Dr Vandna Sharma, Dr Atiharsh Agrawal,Dr Arvind Yadav, Dr Arun Jain

    Academic Activities

    ANNUAL REPORT OF CITY BRANCHES / STATE CHAPTERS

    AURANGABAD BRANCH

    Executive Committee

    Chairman : Dr Sandeep Wyawahare

    Secretary : Dr Vinod Gosavi

    Treasurer : Dr Yogesh Deogirikar

    Members : Dr Avinash Tribhuvam, Dr Sudhir Deshpande, Dr Amol Kulkarni, Dr Jeetsing,Dr Yogesh Lakkas, Dr Vishal Dhakre

    Academic Activities

    S.NO DATE THEME DOCTOR NAME

    1 9-Jan-19 Hypornatremia in ICU Dr Tarun Mittal

    2 16-Apr-19 NIV Dr Ranveer Singh Tyagi

    3 10-Jun-19 How to Counsil Dr Yash Javeri

    4 15-Jul-19 Cap and Hap Dr Deepak Talwar

    5 19-Aug-19 Sedation in ICU Dr Diptimala Agarwal

    6 9-Oct-19 Hand Hygiene Dr Rakesh Tyagi

    7 14-Nov-19 Antibiotic Stewerdship Dr Anirbhan Hom Choudhary, Dr Ranveer Singh Tyagi

    8 12-Dec-19 Role of Steroid in Sepsis Dr Atiharsh Mohan Agarwal

    Branch Activity

    Following regular clinical activities are performed

    1) CME: 13/4/19 Practice Nutritional Guidelines for critically ill patientsDr Shilpa Kulkarni Consultant Intensivist Ruby Hall Wanori

    2) CME: 15/6/19 Multiple Critical care Medicine Topics MGM Hospital Aurangabad detail programme will beuploaded

    3) Case Presentation : 28/7/19 Dr Rohan Gundre, Dr Prashant Akulwar, Dr Sharad Biradar, Dr Yogesh Lakkas,Dr Nishant Agrawal, Dr Anand Nikalje

    4) Case Presentation: 11/8/19 Organophosphorous poisioning with Encephalopathy by Dr Samidh Patel

    5) Case Presentation: 22/9/19 Ischemic Stroke and Recent Guidelines by Dr Yogesh Devgirikar

    6) ISCCM DAY Celebration on 9th October with Video play presentation from President ISCCM and Power PointPresentation of Nutrition Theme

    7) Case Presentation: 8/12/19 MDR Gram Negative Organisms by Dr Prashant Walse

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  • BHUBANESWAR BRANCH

    Executive Committee

    Chairman : Dr Sharmili Sinha

    Secretary : Dr Sarat Behera

    Treasurer : Dr Anand Mishra

    Members : Dr Prasant Behera, Dr Subhasish Jamuda, Dr Biswabikash Mohanty, Dr Pragyan Routray,Dr Saroj Pattnaik, Dr Dharmajivan Samantray

    Academic Activities

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    ISCCM Bhubaneswar , Activities January –December 2019

    January 2019 24th Jan- Case presentation, hotel Suryansh Speaker-Dr Anand Mishra and team

    February 2019 Nutrition in Critical Care, Hotel Sheetal Speaker- Dr Swagata TripathyDietician- Mrs Sunita Sahoo

    March NOACs in PE and DVT Speaker- Dr Debabrata Padhy, Dr Madhusudam Jaju,CARE Hospital, Hyderabad

    April 9th April- 2019, Hotel Sandy Towers Venous Thrombo-embolism - prevention andmanagement. Speaker- Dr Sharmili

    May 26th May 2019, Hotel Suryansh Conjoint meeting by ISCCM Bhubaneswar andMicrobiologists society of India, Odisha Chapter"Preventing hospital acquired infections andAntimicrobial Stewardship".Odisha Council of Medical Register granted4 credit hours.

    June a. Management of DVT with NOACs (12th June) a. Speaker-Dr P. K. Sahoo ( Cardiologist)

    July A. ISCCM Guidelines on rational usage of A.Speaker- Dr Sarat Beheraantibiotics, Hotel Suryansh (24th July).

    B. KIMS critical care update (13th July) B. KIMS Critical Care team

    August a. Case presentation on 23rd August 2019 a. Successful management of acute severenecrotizing PancreatitisSpeaker-Dr Saroj Pattnaik

    b. SIMVENT (Simulation based ventilator B. Co ordinated by Care hospital teamworkshop), Hotel Padmaja PremiumOn 2nd and 3rd August 2019

    September 21st September, Hotel Suryansh Vitamin C - a ray of hope in the horizon ?Dr Sharmili Sinha

    October 18th October, Hotel Suryansh Panel discussion on Role of Nutrition In Critical Care,36 attendees.Quiz. Moderator-Dr Sharmili SinhaPanelists- Dr Samir Sahu, Dr Pragyan Routray,Dr Biswabikash Mohanty

    November 8th November, Hotel Padmaja EC meeting on preparation of OACCON 2019(Odisha Annual Critical Care Conference on 14thand 15th Dec 2019)

    December 14th and 15th Dec 2019 OACCON 2019 (Odisha Annual Critical CareConference on 14th and 15th Dec 2019)

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  • 238 registrationsDay 1- Lectures by eminent national, internationaland local faculties.Day 2- Workshopsa. Ventilation- basic and advancedb. Imaging and Ultrasound238 registered delegates and 30 faculties attended theconference. 6 CME points were granted by OdishaMedical Council.

    CHENNAI BRANCH

    Executive Committee

    Chairman : Dr Raymond Dominic Savio

    Secretary : Dr Susovan Mitra

    Treasurer : Dr Dedeepiya Deva Prasad

    Members : Dr Raja Amarnath, Dr R Ebnezer, Dr Kalaiselvan, Dr K Ravikumar, Dr Rajeshwari,Dr Vignesh C

    Academic Activities

    ANNUAL REPORT OF ISCCM CHENNAI CHAPTER 2019

    Greetings!!!

    The year 2019 has been quite jubilant for ISCCM Chennai with a spree of high quality educational activities which included fiveannual workshops, one refresher course, a series of five journal club meetings and four highly engaging CMEs. All of these werewell attended and appreciated. We kick-started the year with an international speaker program by Dr. Bala Venkatesh, theprimary investigator of ADRENAL trial who walked us through the evolution of evidence behind corticosteroids in septic shock.This was followed by a new entry workshop titled "Soft skills for physicians" which dealt with core competencies inCommunication and Research. The Tamil Nadu Medical Council had awarded 4 credit hours for these two days event. TheAnnual Neuro critical-care workshop in association with the Neuro-critical care society, USA, entered its second successful yearin February 2019. The sessions were handled by highly acclaimed faculty. Doctors, nurses, and allied health staff working inacute care specialties, ICUs and EDs from various hospitals had attended the course. This workshop was awarded 4 credit hoursby the Tamil Nadu Medical Council. The much awaited "Year in review 2018" was presented by Dr. Ram E. Rajagopalan in themonth of March. This was an intense scrutiny of emerging evidence with abundance of humor and interaction. The three otherinternational speaker programs were delivered by Prof. Roopen Arya, Dr. Krishnan Sriram and Dr. Krishnaswamy Sundararajanin April, July and August respectively. All of them had dealt with topics of utmost clinical significance. Journal club meetings werefor the first time conducted as a series of seven meetings across the year to span and include the different kinds of clinicalresearch. This served as a very important platform for learning and moreover to bring out the talents of trainees from across thecity who were made to present the journals to a gathering of senior mentors. The signature events of ISCCM Chennai, namelythe 15th Annual Workshop on Principles and Practice of Mechanical Ventilation, the 2nd Annual Workshop on AdvancedMechanical Ventilation, the 15th Annual Workshop on Hemodynamic Monitoring and the 15th Annual Refresher Course wenton without a glitch and concluded with very promising feedback from delegates. The above events were awarded with 4, 2, 6and 9 credit hours respectively, by the Tamil Nadu Medical Council. The ISCCM Chennai can boast of having trained 406delegates this year during the workshops put together. In addition to the above, ISCCM Chennai observed the World Sepsis Dayand ISCCM day by organizing various activities in many hospitals across the city. All this and more could not have happenedwithout the meticulous planning and execution by all office bearers in association with senior mentors, well-wishers and allmembers who add meaning to these events by their very valuable presence. We look forward to a more engaging andenterprising 2020.

    Dr Susovan Mitra

    General Secretary

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  • COIMBATORE BRANCH

    Executive Committee

    Chairman : Dr. V. M. Balasubramani

    Secretary : Dr. M. N. Sivakumar

    Treasurer : Dr. R. S. Senthilkumar

    Members : Dr. G. Sathyamurthy, Dr. K. Senthilkumar, Dr. T. Gopinathan, Dr T Murali

    Academic Activities

    S.NO DATE VENUE TOPIC SPEAKER PARTICI- SPONSOR

    PANTS

    1 22.02.2019 Hotel Grand Regent VTE Management in Prof. Dr. S.R. 42 Sanofi India LtdICU Subramaniyan

    VTE protocol in Prof. Dr. R.B.Hospitals - A Quality Sudagar SinghPerspective

    2 30.03.2019 Hotel Grand Regent Stroke ready hospital - Dr. G. Sathyamurthy 38 HalyardWhy and How? Healthcare

    3 27.04.2019 Hotel Grand Regent Clinical Vignettes Dr. J. Vinothkumar 36 Abbott Nutrition

    Workshop on Airway Dr. R. SanthoshManagement

    4 31.08.2019 Hotel Grand Regent ARDS - Recent Dr. Karthiraj Natarajan 40 IndiapullsAdvances Pharmaceuticals

    Fever in a Schizophrenic Dr. Nishanth SelvarajPatient

    5 27.09.2019 Hotel Grand Regent Diagnosis & Management Dr. Lakshmikanthcharan 35 One Life Homeof Acute Pulmonary HealthcareEmbolism - Evidencebased approach

    Case of Bio emulsifier Dr. V.SanthanababuPoisoning

    6 05.10.2019 Hotel Grand Regent ISCCM Day Celebration 61 Sanofi India

    Management of Sepsis in Dr. Ram E Rajagopalanresource limited settings

    DELHI AND NCR BRANCH

    Executive Committee

    Chairman : Dr Yash Javeri

    Treasurer : Dr Saurabh Taneja

    Members : Dr Ashutosh Bhardwaj, Dr Deven Juneja, Dr Himanshu Dewan, Dr Rajat Gupta,Dr Suneel Garg, Dr Vishal Kumar

    Academic Activities

    Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine, Delhi NCR

    Annual report – 2019

    January 2019

    25th Annual National Conference of Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine.

    30th January -03rd February 2019

    I S C C M

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    February 2019

    Monthly scientific Meeting

    25th February 2019, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital.

    Case 1: An unusual Case of Cardiogenic Shock - Dr Ranjit Chatterji, Dr Ashutosh Bhardwaj

    Case 2: Ectopic Pregnancy with Sepsis with AKI: A diagnostic Dilemma - Dr Tapesh Bansal, Dr Shrikanth Srinivas

    Case 3: Metronidazole induced Encephalopathy in ICU: A Case series – Dr Himanshu Dewan,Dr Sandeep Aggarwal.

    Fluid Management in Septic Shock - Dr Rahul Kumar.

    March 2019

    7th Annual Critical Care Refresher Course. (CCRC)

    06th-10th March 2019 at Medanta Medicity.

    CME On “Managing Antimicrobial Resistance in ICU using Indian guidelines''

    16th March 2019, At The Lalit Barakhamba Road.

    September 2019

    Monthly scientific Meeting.

    13th Sept 2019 at QRG Hospital

    1. Case presentation - Dr Samrat Verma

    2. Case Presentation - Dr Ramesh Aggarwal

    3. Journal Club - Dr Gaurav Bathla, Dr Rajni Bala Sharma

    October, 2019

    ISCCM Day Celebration

    15th October 2019.

    November 2019

    Antibiotic Stewardship &


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