MBBS | MD Anaesthesia | Fellowship in liver intensive care | Fellowship in Liver Transplant Anaesthesia
MBBS – Raja Rajeshwari Medical College and Hospital, Bangalore – RGUHS University
MD Anaesthesia – Kim’s Bangalore – RGUHS University
Fellowship in liver intensive care – Dr.Rela Institute and Medical Centre – BIHER University
Fellowship in Liver Transplant Anaesthesia – Dr Rela Institute and Medical centre – BIHER University
Dr. Rela Institute and Medical Centre – Fellowship in liver intensive Care and Liver Transplant Anaesthesia
Experienced in all procedures including Tracheostomy and ICU related management.
Well versed in handling various liver transplant patients including preoperative, intraoperative and postoperative care.
Experienced in handling various Hepatobiliary surgical cases.
Has also been a part of Liver Transplant team in Stanley Medical College, Chennai and Meenakshi Mission, Madurai.
Specialist in handling general and regional anaesthesia cases.
KIMS hospital Bangalore – Department of Anaesthesia
Junior Resident – Postgraduate
Postgraduate Thesis topic – Study of Comparison of incidence and severity of post Dural puncture headache with 25 guage Quickey and 25 guage Whitacre needle following SAB in Caesarian section during the academic year 2017-2020 in Department of Anaesthesia KIMS hospital.
TEACHING EXPERIENCE: Undergraduate teaching experience in both theory and OT room clinical postings and demonstrations at Kims hospital.
Performed and assisted various procedures like intubation, sub arachnoid block, central line insertion, arterial line placement, various upper and lower limb peripheral nerve blocks and administering Anaesthesia for variety of surgeries.
Backed up emergency room staff and acted as first on call to take incoming patients.
Worked in icu and handled various emergency conditions.
1. Arjun BK, Prijith RS, Sreeraghu GM, Narendrababu MC. Ultrasound-guided popliteal sciatic and adductor canal block for below-knee surgeries in high-risk patients. Indian J Anaesth. A2019 Aug; 63(8):635-639. doi: 10.4103/ija.IJA_296_19. PMID: 31462809; PMCID: PMC6691641.
Yet to be published:
1. Carbapenamase gene detection assays – Do they improve outcomes in liver transplant recipients colonised with cabapenem resistant enterobacteriaceae? ILTS2023: 880.
2. Applicability and prognostic value of liver fraility index in liver transplant recipients from an Indian centre. ILTS2023.