DR. SHIV AKSHAT

DR. SHIV AKSHAT

Consultant
Paras Hospitals, Ranchi

Icu Critical Care

Education: DM

Language Spoken: Hindi, English

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About DR. SHIV AKSHAT

About DR. SHIV AKSHAT

Dr. Shiv Akshat has experience in all kinds of critical care cases, for more than 7 years and experience in perioperative care for 10 years. He has taken up cases like LRTI, acute pancreatitis, foreign body aspiration, Cirrhosis of the liver, acute kidney injury, poisoning. He has experience working in AIIMS New Delhi for 10 years, in the Department of Anesthesiology, Pain Medicine, and Critical Care.

Previous Experience

Previous Experience:

Previous Experience
  • MD Anesthesiology (2010-2013) AIIMS DELHI
  • SENIOR RESIDENT, AIIMS DELHI (2013-2016)
  • SENIOR RESIDENT, AIIMS PATNA(2016-2017)
  • SENIOR RESIDENT (ACADEMICS), AIIMS DELHI (2017-2020)
Education and Fellowships

Education and Fellowships:

Education and Fellowships
  • MBBS (PMCH, DHANBAD)
  • MD (AIIMS, NEW DELHI)
  • DM (CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE) AIIMS NEW DELHI
Professional Membership

Professional Membership:

Professional Membership
  • GOLD Member of European Society of Heart Failure
  • IFE Member of Indian Society for Heart & Lung Transplantation
  • Registered with Indian Medical Association, Haryana Branch
  • Has been a Rotarian for 10 Years.
  • Life member of Sahayata Cancer Society.
  • Founder Member of Kamla Devi Memorial Charitable Society to help poor patients for their treatment.
  • Founder Member of (SPEAK)- Society for ethical and affordable healthcare.
Specialty Interests

Specialty Interests:

Specialty Interests
  • Critical Care and Perioperative Care
Research & Publications

Research & Publications:

Research & Publications
  • Morphine versus nalbuphine for open gynaecological surgery. A Randomised controlled double-blind trial.
  •  

    Airway management of a pediatric patient with temporomandibular joint ankylosis with extrahepatic portal vein obstruction, splenomegaly hypersplenism.

  • Anesthetic dilemma in planning bilateral cataract surgery for an infant with the congenital cardiac anomaly.
  • Undiagnosed peripartum cardiomyopathy: Anesthesiologist nightmare!
  • Screening of urine sample of pregnant women for CMV infection in a tertiary care hospital.