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Dr. Bharat Patodiya

Dr. Bharat Patodiya

M.D. (Internal Medicine)
Mobile: 9982999083
E-mail :bharat@meerahospital.com
 
M.B.B.S. (2002-2007)
Manipal University,
Kasturba Medical College,
Mangalore
 

Education

Feb- 2014- Till Date : DNB Super Speciality Medical Oncology, (Hinduja Hospital) – Mumbai.
May 2010–June 2013 : MD (Internal Medicine)BharatiVidyapeeth Hospital.Thesis topic–Clinical profile of sepsis with emphasis on Procalcitonin as an early marker of sepsis.
2011 : Hands on training in BLS and ACLS in association with Symbiosis, Pune.
2002 – 2007 : MBBS, Manipal University, Mangalore.
2007 – 2008 : Fellowship of Academy of General Education, Manipal
 

ICU Training

February, 2011 Basic Life Support (BLS)
February, 2011 Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
September, 2011 Basic Assessment and Support in Intensive Care (Basic), Course of The Chinese University of Hong - Kong
4 Months of dedicated ICU physician posting at Bharati Hospital, Pune
2 Months of Dedicated Dialysis unit posting.
Experience in Invasive ICU Procedures like - Central Venous Lines, Femoral Line, Arterial Line, Intubation, Spinal Tapping, Plural Tapping, Ventilator.
 

Volunteer work

In association with Meera Hospital, conducted many Freecamps for Diabetes detection and treatment.
 

Workshops and Conferences attended

2013 : Workshop on "2d echo in Practice". Pune
Xth Annual Research Society Conference,2013.
2012 : Critical Care in resource restricted setting, MAPCON 2012
CIDSCON 2 - Clinical Infection Society, Chennai
IXth Research Society Conference 2012, Pune
ECG Interpretation.
2011 : Ventilator Basics, Pune
2011 : Pharmacovigilance in Clinical Practice, Pune
Management of Nosocomial Pneumonia in Intensive Care, BMJ Master Classes.
2010 : Orientation of Medical Practitioners to Geriatrics and Gerontology, organised by SEARO
Research Mathodology Workshop, Pune
 

Work Experience

Presently working in Meera Hospital, Shiv Marg, Bani Park, Jaipur since July 2013 as a Consultant Physician.

Also worked as Resident in Meera Hospital, Jaipur during 2009 and 2010
 

My attitude towards my patients and my life

I believe in serving LIFE in all forms while exploring my true potential.

Interacting and helping patients is a pleasure for me while the pressure of responsibility in Intensive care is delightful emotional state which I really enjoy.

I respect Medicine and love to do what I do.
 

Equipped with latest Knowledge & Instruments

ECG Machine ECG Machine
Turbochem 100 (AwaretechTM) Turbochem 100 (AwaretechTM)
Transasia Sysmex XP Automated Hematology Analyser Transasia Sysmex XP Automated Hematology Analyser
Roche Urisys 1100 Roche Urisys 1100
Roche 9180 Electrolyte Analyser Roche 9180 Electrolyte Analyser
BPL Excello Prime BPL Excello Prime
Following the medical advice and medication i could reduce 7 Kgs in one and half month. Much more than what i expected. The way of interaction was very motivating. Pain of osteoarthritis is now way better than before
- Laxmi, Jaipur

Very dedicated department. No time lag in resident doctor visit even at late night. I am impressed
-Vijay, Jaipur.

We received personalized and dedicated time from the doctor. No "Fataphat" consultation
-Swati gupta, churu

I am a student and was happy to get complete relief of my symptoms in minimal necessary investigations
- Dharamveer, Chomu

One of the most humble and helpful doctor I ever met.
-Neha kaushik
 

Academic awards and research

Top rank holder in Department of Medicine,BharatiHospital MD exam.
2004 – Research project on Bioplasmic energy, Nominated for scholarship

Publications

Bharat Patodiya, AG Diwan et al, CARASIL a case report. JAPI May, 2012,VOL. 60
Bharat Patodiya, AG Diwan et al, Haemoglobinuria in a patient of co-infection with Falciparum Malaria and Leptospirosis. The Indian Practitioner, Vol. 65 No. 8, Aug 2012.
Bharat Patodiya, Kavita Krishna et al, Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis due to Nimesulide an Uncommon side effect of a common drug. The Indian Practitioner, Vol. 65 No. 8, Aug 2012.
 

Presentation and Posters

Bharat Patodiya, VasudhaSardesai; Procalcitonin as early marker of sepsis: MAPCON 2012, Sanghli, Maharashtra
Bharat Patodiya, Bharat Purandare– Poster on “Unusual presentation of scrub Typhus” CIDSCON 2012
Second Prize in Poster Presentation IXth Research Society Conference-2012, March 2012.