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Dr. Anirban Chatterjee

Consultant Vascular Surgeon & Interventionist. Qualifications: MBBS, DNB, MRCS, CCST(UK).

Member of Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh & England, Member of the European Society of Vascular Surgeons, Member of the Vascular Society of India, Member of the Venous Association of India.

Present Attachments

Consultant Vascular Surgeon & Interventionist AMRI, Apollo, Peerless, & Woodlands Hospitals, Belle Vue Clinic, & Nightingale Clinic Kolkata, West Bengal, India.

I am specially trained and regularly perform both open and endovascular procedures, including endovascular repairs using covered stent grafts, embolisations, deployment of IVC filters and hybrid procedures along with endovascular lasers, for endovenous laser ablations.

Career Aims & Areas of Interest

Through the years of my training and practice in vascular surgery and radio frequency ablation for venous problem including varicose veine. I have gained valuable experience in the various aspects of vascular surgery from open repairs of vascular problems to endovascular repairs of the various vascular conditions affecting the masses. I am particularly interested in vascular research precisely Hybrid Vascular Surgeries to look forward to newer management strategies leading to brighter outcomes preserving the quality of life in the vast population of subjects suffering from from vascular problems worldwide.

Presentations

  • Paper, “US Guided Endovenous Laser Ablation Therapy in Severe Chronic Venous Insuffiency Syn”, in the All India Intervention Radiology Congress, Ahmedabad, January 23rd 2010.

  • Paper, “Use of arterial conduits in septua & octogenarians undergoing CABG”, at the 15th World Congress, World Society of Cardio-thoracic Surgeons, Vilnius, Lithuania, June 19-23, 2005.

  • Paper, “Composite arterial grafting in elderly patients with severe LV dysfunction”, at the 15th World Congress, World Society of Cardio-thoracic Surgeons, Vilnius, Lithuania, June19-23, 2005.

  • Paper, “Does single dose Paracoxib affect renal function in Early Extubation Cardiac surgery patients? A prospective randomised double blind placebo controlled trial,” at the Anaesthetic Research committee UK meeting, Sheffield, UK, July 7th 2005.

  • Paper,“Single dose Paracoxib reduces Urinary Alpha-1-Microglobulin release in Early Extubation Cardiac surgical patients in a prospective randomised double blind placebo controlled trial, at Anaesthetic Research committee meeting, Sheffield, UK, July 7th 05.

  • Publications

  • Accepted for publication in “ The Indian Journal for Intervention Radiology” abstract “US Guided Endovenous Laser Ablation Therapy in Severe Chronic Venous Insuffiency Syn”, authors, A Chatterjee, S Sen.

  • Abstract, “The use of arterial conduits in septuagenarians and octogenarians undergoing coronary bypass surgery,” “The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery, Volume 46, Suppl 1 to 3, June 2005, WSCTS Abstracts, C070, 23, authors, A.Chatterjee, R.Janas, R.Jutley, P.K.Sarkar; Northern General Hospital, Sheffield, UK.

  • Abstract, “Composite arterial grafting in elderly patients with severe left ventricular dysfunction,” “The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery, Volume 46, Suppl 1to 3, June 2005, WSCTS Abstracts, C073, 24, authors, A.Chatterjee, S.Ghosh, S.Naik, P.K.Sarkar; University of Leicester, UK.

  • Article,“Single Dose Paracoxib significantly reduces Extubation Time in Early Extubation Coronary Artery Surgery: A Prospective Randomised Double Blind Placebo Controlled Trial”, “British Journal of Anaesthesia,2006 96: 171-178; doi:10 . 1093/bja/aei/298”, authors, A.Chatterjee, M.W.Khalil, Richard.R.Marks, P.K.Sarkar, Northern General Hospital, Sheffield, UK.

  • Case report,“A rare presentation of a ruptured Bronchial Artery Aneurysm”, “Thorax 2004;59:912”, authors, A.Chatterjee, S.Ghosh, P.Gains, G.R.Rocco.

  • “Choledochal Cysts, 4 cases”, “Journal of the Indian Medical Association, January 1998, 114”, authors, A.Chatterjee, A.K.Malhotra.

  • Accepted in the “Annals of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery”, a case report titled “Cabrol Repair of an acute aortic dissection under DHCA alone”, authors, Mr.A.Chatterjee, Mr.P.K.Sarkar.

  • Accepted, letter to editor in the “Annals of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery”, regarding 2 cases of CABG in patients with ITP done on pump in septo and octogenarians in response to a case report of “CABG in ITP patient 1 case done off pump”.

  • In preparation a review article on “Treatment of Iliac Aneurysms by stenting”.

  • Audits

  • Completed audit of patients who had Supra-annular Aortic Valve Replacements with Tissue valves in the Northern General Hospital Sheffield over 12 years, 1992 to 2004.

  • Completed an audit for the assessment of post chest drain removal chest X-rays in patients who had no air leak clinically on portex bag systems in the Thoracic unit in the Northern General Hospital Sheffield.

  • Was member to multi center National Audit for the outcome of Carotid Endarterectomies in UK.

  • Post-Graduate Educational Courses

  • March 2007:  St. Mark’s Colonoscopy Workshop at Wolfson Unit for Endoscopy

  • June 2005 :  Cambridge Anastomosis Workshop at Cambridge University.

  • March 2005:  Advanced Trauma and Life Support course in the Royal Free Hospital, Hampstead NHS Trust.

  • September 2004:  Core Skills in Laparoscopic Surgery course at RCS England.

  • November 2003:  Cardiothoracic Surgery course at Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.

  • September 2003:  Care for the Critically Ill Surgical Patient course conducted by RCS England in the Northern General Hospital Sheffield.

  • June 2002:  Basic Surgical Skills course at Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh.

  • June 2001:  Paediatric Life Support course conducted by the ALS group in the George Eliot Hospital, Nuneaton.

  • April 2001:  Advanced Life Support course conducted by the Resuscitation Council UK, in the George Eliot Hospital, Nuneaton.

  • February 2001:  Certificate of UK Induction course conducted by the Department of Post-Graduate Education, West Midlands Deanery, Birmingham.

  • Research

  • February 2002 to July 2004, I was involved in the patient recruitment, sample collection, data processing and analysis for the Clinical Trial of Non Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs in Early Extubation in Cardiac Surgery involving the Randomised Double Blind Placebo Controlled Trial for the use of a single dose of iv Parecoxib in post CABG patients without any comorbidities.

  • Project guides, Dr. Richard Marks (Consultant Cardiac Anaesthetist) and Mr.P.K.Sarkar (Cardiothoracic Consultant) in the Northern General Hospital, Sheffield, UK.

  • Teaching

    I am actively involved in the in house teaching of Post Graduate Surgical trainees in both AMRI, & S.E.RLY Central Hospitals Kolkata. During my tenure in UK, I was involved in the university teaching programme of both under and post graduate medical students with added responsibility of their periodic clinical assessments.

    Career Aims

    Through the years of my training and practice in vascular surgery, I have gained valuable experience in the various aspects of vascular surgery from open repairs of vascular problems to endo-vascular repairs of the various vascular conditions affecting the masses. I am particularly interested in vascular research to look forward to newer management strategies leading to brighter outcomes preserving the quality of life in the vast population of subjects suffering from from vascular problems worldwide.