Our Departments
Department of Anaesthesiology

About the department:

We provide anaesthesia services to the patients of Kokrajhar Medical College and Hospital. Pre-Anaesthesia Evaluation Clinic provides services “for optimization of surgical patients” for various surgical procedures. This department also looks after Intensive Care Unit for adult patients. The department looks forward for opening a Pain Clinic to take care of chronic pain patients with interventional and non-interventional therapies.

Present Head of the Department:
Dr. Jagadish Basumatary2023
Faculty Members:
Dr. Karamchand BasumataryAssociate ProfessorMBBS, DA, MD
Dr. Manish NeogRegistrarMBBS, MD
Dr. Jagadish BasumataryProfessor and HoDMBBS, MD
Dr. Rupak BhattacharjeeAssistant ProfessorMBBS, MD
Saurav Aditya DasAssistant ProfessorMBBS, MD
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Our Services:
  • 1. OPD services: Preanaesthesia Clinic- Monday to Saturday (9:00am- 2:00pm)
  • 2. Indoor services
  • The Department is providing peri-operative services for elective surgical procedures to patients for:
    Obstetric Gynecology
    General Surgery
    Orthopedic Surgery
    Otorhinolaryngology Surgery
    Ophthalmological surgery
    Non-Interventional Radiology
    Modified electroconvulsive therapy
    Day care procedure
  • The Department is providing round the clock Emergency peri-operative services
  • Intensive care unit
  • Research activity for faculties
Research & Publications:
Faculty NameDetails
Dr. Karamchand BasumataryBarman RK, Basumatary K, Hazarika A. Effectiveness of Ultrasonography guided femoral nerve block for patient positioning during central neuraxial block in elderly patients for fracture of femur - a randomized control trial. J Evolution Med Dent Sci 2021;10(31):2390-2395
Dr. Karamchand BasumataryBarman RK, Saharia HK, Hazarika A, Basumatary K. Oral pregabalin as preemptive analgesia and reduces the dose of diclofenac consumption during the postoperative period of gynaecological operation under spinal anaesthesia - a randomized, placebo-controlled study. The New Indian Journal of OBGYN. 2022; 9(1): 52-8.
Dr. Karamchand BasumataryBasumatary K, Saikia D, Barman RK, Basumatary J, Choudhury JK, Das S. Efficacy of low dose intravenous dexmedetomidine versus clonidine in treatment of shivering during caesarean section under spinal anaesthesia: a double blind randomized controlled trial. The New Indian Journal of OBGYN. 2023; 9(2): 248 - 54.