Paramitha Institutional Review Board (Ethics Committee)
The Ethics Committee (Paramitha Children’s Hospital Private Limited), recognized by the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization (CDSCO), Govt. of India, on 15/10/2020. To ensure a competent review of scientific and ethical aspects of the research project proposals received as per GCP guidelines and ICMR guidelines 2017. It is in the process of registration with department of Health and Biomedical research under Ministry of Health & Family Welfare which is mandatory as per DCGI guidelines 2019.
The Ethics Committee reviews every research proposal and evaluates the possible risks to the subjects, expected benefits and adequacy of documentation for ensuring privacy, confidentiality and justice. The IEC takes care that all the cardinal principles of ethics in research viz. Autonomy, Beneficence, Non-malfeasance and Justice are taken care of in planning, conduct and reporting the proposed research.
Composition of the Ethics Committee:-
||Name of Member
||Role/Designation in Ethics Committee
||Dr. Qurratulain Hasan
||Dr. Srinivas Murki
||MBBS, MD(Pediatrics), DNB,DM (Neonatology)
||Dr. Sameer Uz Zaman
||Basic Medical Scientist
||Dr. Anuradha Dogiparthi
||MBBS, MD, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
||Mr. Valasala Veerabhadra Rao
||MCJ (Master of Communication and Journalism )
||Mr. Ch. Koteshwar Rao
||Ms. Uma Gongada
||Dr. Sreeram S
||MBBS, MD(Pediatrics), DNB(Neonatology)
||Dr. Jonnala Umesh
||Dr. D Giridhar
On going projects:
- "Plasma colour as a screening test to diagnose treatable jaundice in newborn" by Dr.Abhishek Singh
- "Risk factors for RDS in late preterm and term infants" by Dr.M Abhinav
- "Mortality and morbidity profile in neonates admitted in nicu during precovid n covid era" by Dr.Jyothsna Palavai.
- "Follow up outcomes of at risk NICU gradutes at 12-18 months of age" – Prospetive Cohort Study by Dr.Chapala Kanakaraju
- A Prospective observational study on success of high flow nasal cannula therapy in Pediatric patients admitted to PICU by Dr.P.Jaideep Reddy
- A Study on Thiamine deficiency in infants admitted with respiratory distress by Dr.M Mounika
- Antibiotic utilisation in paediatric intensive care unit - A Quality improvement initiative by Dr.Bhavana Kurian
- Creation of a Web and App Based Follow Up Module for High Risk Neonates Admitted to NICU by Dr.Ritesh Veerlapati.
- To compare the mortality and morbidity of term, late preterm, very preterm, extreme preterm newborns admitted to paramitha children's hospital in comparison with other network hospitals in Indian neonatal collabarative by Dr.C.Rukesh Chary.
- Standardised reporting of hospital acquired infections, device utilisation rates and antimicrobials utilisation in a tertiary care Neonatal intensive care unit - a prospective study by Dr.Naresh Chellakalapelli.
- Comparison of outcomes of very low birth weight infants admitted to Paramitha children’s hospital with infants admitted to other network hospitals of Indian national collaborative - prospective observational study by Dr.B.Raghunandan Reddy.
- Concurrence and deviation in standard treatment workflow for neonatal morbidities in a Tertiary care NICU by Dr.Virendra Patil.
- Significant Hyperbilirubinemia and root casue analysis in late preterm and term neonates by Dr.Uday Kiran G