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Dr. Amit Gupta

Dr. Amit Gupta

Consultant

Medical Qualifications

QUALIFICATIONS
INSTITUTE / DEPARTMENT
YEAR
M.B.B.S.
Sarojani Naidu Medical College, Agra
Diploma in Anaesthesiology
Jawahar Lal Nehru Medical College, Aligarh
IDCCM-Indian Diploma in Critical Care
Certificate Course in Pain Management
Wokhardt Hospital, Hyderabad
PGDHHM – Post Graduate Diploma in Hospital And Health Care Management
PGDMLS – Post Graduate Diploma in Medico Legal Services

Specialization and Expertise

Critical Care
Neuro Critical Care
Obstetric Critical Care
Trauma
Critical Care Ultrasonography
Critical Care Echocardiography
Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome
Sepsis
ECMO
Quality
Airway Management
Oncology Critical Care
Bronchoscopy

Memberships & Certifications

Fellow American College of Chest Physician (FCCP)
Fellowship In Transplant Critical Care (France)
Fellowship In Ecmo (Rennes, France)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

Awards & Accomplishments

Best Icu In Bhopal By ISCCM
Best Doctor award at Fortis Hospital Noida
Best Poster award at UP Chapter of ISCCM
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

Publications & Prints

Research


Practice Pattern Variation in Discontinuing Mechanical Ventilation in Critically Ill Adults: An International Prospective Observational Study. Sub- Investigator at Fortis Hospital Noida Centre.
Study to Evaluate the Mortality Reduction of Enoxaparin in Hospitalized Acutely Ill Medical Receiving Enoxaparin (LIFENOX) - Sanofi-Aventis - Co-Principle Investigator at Fortis Hospital Noida Centre
INDICAPS: It is the first large scale, multicentre survey launched and sponsored by the Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine.Data was collected on 3 days: July 14, 2010, October 13, 2010, and January 12, 2011. Data of over 3300 patients has been collected. Co- Investigator at Fortis Hospital Noida Centre.
Intensive Care Over Nations (ICON) audit To describe the patient populations (including incidence and progression of organ failure) in critically ill patients hospitalized in intensive care units (ICUs) around the globe. Co- Investigator at Fortis Hospital Noida Centre. The study was sponsored by the World Federation of Intensive and Critical Care Societies.Multi-center Observational Study to evaluate epidemiology and resistance patterns of common ICU- Infections (MOSER) Sub-investigator at Fortis Hospital Noida Centre. Study sponsored by Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine (ISCCM).
ARDSnet India – Snapshot of ARDS in India. Ongoing study to describe epidemiology and clinical characteristics of ICU patients in Indian intensive care units. Sub-investigator at Fortis Hospital Noida Centre.

Publications


National Representative For Decubicus - (Study Conducted By ESICM)
A Gupta, A Saxena, Tanushree. Difficult weaning from ventilator and dramatic response with magnesium:A case report, Asian Achieves of Anesthesia & Resuscitation (AAAR), National Association of Critical Care Medicine, Vol. 60, No.2, 933-935, 2004.
Sircar M, Ranjan P, Gupta R, Jha OK, Gupta A, Kaur R, Chavhan N, Singh M, Singh SK Impact of bronchoalveolar lavage multiplex polymerase chain reaction on microbiological yield and therapeutic decisions in severe pneumonia in intensive care unit. J Crit Care. 2016 Feb;31(1):227-32. doi: 10.1016/j.jcrc.2015.10.012. Epub 2015 Oct 2015.

Oral/ Poster Presentation


A Gupta, P Ranjan, J Shukla, M Sircar, R Gupta, N Chavhan, M Singh, SK Singh. Biomarkers of sepsis: Do they correlate. Indian J Crit Care Med 2015; 19(Suppl 1): 14. (Presented at ISCCM conference Bengaluru Mar 2015).
A Jain, P Ranjan, M Sircar, R Gupta, A Gupta, M Singh, J Shukla, N Chavhan, SK Singh. Vitamin D deficiency in critically ill patients: A pilot study. Indian J Crit Care Med 2015; 19(Suppl 1): 15. (Presented at ISCCM conference Bengaluru Mar 2015).
P Ranjan, SK Singh, M Sircar, R Gupta, M Tiwari, J Shukla, Siddiqui H, N Chavhan, M Singh, P Sujatha, A Gupta, Singh S K. Inter-observer reliability of CAM-ICU in Indian ICU. Indian J Crit Care Med 2015; 19(Suppl 1): 18. (Presented at ISCCM conference Bengaluru Mar 2015).
J Shukla, P Ranjan, M Sircar, R Gupta, A Gupta, N Chavhan, M Singh, SK Singh. Intensive Care Unit nurse workload assessment using therapeutic intervention scoring system-28 in a tertiary care Intensive Care Unit. Indian J Crit Care Med 2014; 18(Suppl 1): 10. (Presented at ISCCM conference Jaipur Feb 2014)
M Singh, J Shukla, P Ranjan, M Sircar, R Gupta, A Gupta, N Chavhan, SK Singh. Correlation of procalcitonin, N-terminal brain natriureteric propeptide, C-reactive protein and total leukocyte count as biomarkers of sepsis in Intensive Care Unit. Indian J Crit Care Med 2014; 18(Suppl 1): 37. (Presented at ISCCM conference Jaipur Feb 2014).|SK Singh, P Ranjan, M Sircar, R Gupta, A Gupta, N Chavhan, M Singh,. Altered consciousness secondary to Hashimoto’s encephalopathy: A Case Report. Indian J Crit Care Med 2014; 18(Suppl 1): 54. (Presented at ISCCM conference Jaipur Feb 2014).
P Ranjan, M Sircar, A Gupta, R Gupta, O Jha, R Kaur, R Caroli, N Chavhan, M Singh, SK Singh. Impact of multiplex PCR on diagnosis, management and outcomes of severe sepsis and septic shock in ICU. Indian J Crit Care Med 2013 Mar (Suppl): 10. (Presented at ISCCM conference Kolkata March 2013)
SK Singh, M Sircar, P Ranjan, A Gupta, O Jha, R Kaur, R Gupta, R Caroli, N Chavhan, M Singh. Carbapenem nonresistant Acinetobacter baumannii induced septic shock and ARDS: role of multiplex PCR in diagnosis and management. Indian J Crit Care Med 2013 Mar (Suppl): 10. (Presented at ISCCM conference Kolkata March 2013)
R Gupta, M Sircar, P Ranjan, A Gupta, O Jha, R Kaur, R Caroli, N Chavhan, M Singh, SK Singh. Combined blood culture and multiplex PCR may potentially obviate need for diagnostic bronchoscopy in ICU patients with severe sepsis and suspected pneumonia: a pilot study. Indian J Crit Care Med 2013 Mar (Suppl): 43. (Presented at ISCCM conference Kolkata March 2013
A Gupta, M Sircar, R Gupta, H Vohra, P Ranjan, R Caroli, N Chavhan, SK Singh, V Taneja, AJ Bhatt, S Naaz. Catastrophic chickungunya meningoencephalitis – A rare presentation. Indian J Crit Care Med 2011; 15 (suppl. 1): S19
M Sircar, R. Kaur, R. Gupta, P. Ranjan, R. Tangri, A Gupta, R. Caroli, N. Chavhan, A. Joshi Bhatt, S. Naaz,V. Taneja, S. Kumar, M Singh. Impact of bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) Multiplex PCR with DNA macrochip based etiological diagnosis on outcomes of severe pneumonia in ICU. Eur Respir 2011; 38( Suppl. 55): 566s (Oral presented at ERS conference 24-28th Sept 2011 at Amsterdam.)
Neela Chavhan, M Sircar, R Gupta, H Vohra, A Gupta, P Ranjan, R Caroli, SK Singh, V Taneja, AJ Bhatt, S Naaz. Tracheal ring fracture during percutaneous tracheostomy procedure. Indian J Crit Care Med 2011; 15 (suppl. 1): S9. 5
Shirin Naaz, M Sircar, R Gupta, H Vohra, A Gupta, P Ranjan, R Caroli, N Chavhan, SK Singh, V Taneja, AJ Bhatt,. Diffuse pulmonary haemorrhage secondary to fat embolism syndrome – A case report. Indian J Crit Care Med 2011; 15 (suppl. 1): S25
Prashant Ranjan, M Sircar, R Gupta, R Kaur, R Tangri, H Vohra, A Gupta, R Caroli, N Chavhan, SK Singh, V Taneja, AJ Bhatt, S Naaz. Impact of early detection and accuracy of syndrome evaluation system test using nucleic acid amplification and hybridization in ICU patients with septicaemia. Indian J Crit Care Med 2011; 15 (suppl. 1): S4.
Rajesh Gupta, M Sircar, H Vohra, A Gupta, P Ranjan, R Caroli, N Chavhan, SK Singh, V Taneja, AB Joshi, S Naaz. Outcome of code blue in a tertiary care hospital. Indian J Crit Care Med 2011; 15 (suppl. 1): S26.
L M Darlong, M Sircar, R Gupta, R Caroli, A Gupta, Thoracoscopic repair of traumatic flail chest in a dedicated thoracic surgical center presented at fourth international conference of Indian society for trauma and acute care New Delhi 2011.
M Sircar, Rajesh Gupta, A Gupta, H Vohra, N Chavhan, S Sengupta, A Joseph, A Kumar, A Anchal. Presented at FICCI Federation House, Tansen Marg, New Delhi-110001 during FICCI HEAL 2010 conference with theme of 'Ensuring Quality: Global Standards with Local Touch', Impact on Multimodal Intervention on ICU Nurses' Infection Control Practices and Nosocomial Infections.
Mrinal Sircar, Rajesh Gupta, Ravneet Kaur, A Gupta, Sharmila Sengupta, Nitin Jain, Sujeet Kumar, Neela Chavhan, Harnish Vohra, Vibha Taneja, Deepak Nagar. Outcomes of Acinetobacter Infections in a Tertiary Care Indian ICU. Intensive Care Medicine 2010; 36(suppl 2): s 253.
A Kumar, M Sircar, R Gupta, AK Verma, H Vohra, A Gupta, M Verma, A Anchal, V Verma, N Chavhan, S Khanna. Outcome of Oncology Patients in ICU of a Tertiary Care Hospital. 15th Annual National Conference of the Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine Proceedings; 2009
A Gupta, M Sircar, V Bhatia, P Arora, R Gupta, H Vohra, AK Verma, A Kumar, M Verma, N Chavhan, V Verma, A Anchal. A Patient with Multiple Life-threatening Shocks: A Rare Clinical Challenge. 15th Annual National Conference of the Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine Conference Proceedings; 2009.
M Sircar, R Gupta, A Kumar, A Gupta, H Gupta, N Chavhan, A Anchal, S Sengupta, K Joseph. Impact of short term focused education intervention on ICU nurses´ awareness of infection control measures, ICU hand washing practices and nosocomial infections. Intensive Care Med 2009; 35(suppl 1): s 206
Tanushree, A Gupta. Comparison between Proseal LMA and LMA Classic, Poster Presentation in UPCONISA, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India, 2005
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

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