Dietetics 

About the Department
The department of Dietetics started functioning from 2005. Dept. provides consultation and counselling for both inpatients and out patients. The services include assessment of nutritional status and diet counselling for all the referred inpatients and outpatients. For inpatients catering service is provided as per the instructions given by qualified dieticians.
 
Teaching Programme
Involved in teaching programme for B.Sc. Nursing
 
Patient Care
Inpatient Services - In patient services are delivered for referred cases. Nutritional status of all the referred cases is assessed and diet counselling is done according to their disease condition. Diet charts are provided bearing the detailed dietary instructions to be followed at home.
Food Service for Inpatients - Department provides normal, modified, therapeutic diets and enteral nutrition to inpatients. The diets are prepared at central kitchen as per daily instructions given by Dieticians. A good quality food service and hygiene is maintained and supervised by qualified dieticians. Food is provided bed side.
Out Patient service - Out patients referred from various OPDs viz. Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Orthopaedics, Paediatrics and Psychiatry are counselled regarding diet, food habits  and  lifestyle modification. Nutritional status is assessed and diet is planned and diet charts are provided.
 
Publications
  1. Dhiraj Trivedi, Vijayalaxmi shindhe and Chandramati Rokhade. Influence of Maternal Nutrition status during pregnancy on developmental outcome in first 30 days of independent neonatal life. International Journal of Clinical Bio-chemistry and Research.2016 Oct-Dec. Vo.3(4) Pp 371-375.
  2. Sureka N., Ravikumar S. Naik, Chandramati Rokhade and Rohinidevi. Development of Value Added Low  Glycemic  Index  Barnyard  Millet  (Echinochola  frumebtacea) cookies. The  Indian Journal  of Nutrition  and Dietetics. 2014; 51, pp-82-91.
  3. Chandramati J.R., Dhiraj J.T and Khyrunnisa B.  Climacteric Symptoms  and Health Status of Menopause Women-North Karnataka. Research Journal of  Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences.2013; Vol.4(4):pp-1319.
  4. Chandramati  J.R., Khyrunnisa  B  and  Dhiraj   J.T.  Health  Related   complications   in Menopause   Women   of   North   Karnataka.International  Journal  of   Integrative   Sciences Innovation and Technology.  2013; 2 (3):pp-44-46.
  5. Chandramati J. Rokhade & Meera Rao. Acceptability of Vermicelli Prepared from Wheat  DWR-162 Grown in Different  Locations.  Karnataka  Journal of Agricultural Sciences.2005; Vol.18 (4)  pp-1163.
  6. Chandramati J. Rokhade & Meera Rao.  Effect of Location on the composition   of Wheat & Acceptability of Traditional Products. Karnataka Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 2005;Vol. 18 (4) pp-1044.
  7. A.S.Nalini, Bharati Chimmad and Chandramati J.Rokhade.  Morphological and Nutritional Evaluation   of domestic citrus fruits of Uttar Kannada district. Proceedings of National Seminar on  Role of  Plant  Physiology   for  Sustaining Quality and  Quantity of Food production in Relation to  Environment. 2002; PP- 161- 164.
 
Awards:
  1. Best poster award to Chandramati J. Rokhade for the paper ‘Potential Benefits of Flax Seeds for Peri menopause Women’ presented at National level NSI conference held at University of Mysore, Mysore from 12th to 13th Apr.2017.
 
Faculty
1
Dr. Chandramati J. Rokhade
Sr. Dietician
2
Mrs. Aruna R. Timmapur
Dietician
     

 

 

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