Dr. Vivek Singh

Consultant - Transplant Pulmonologist
Qualification

MD (PULMONOLOGY); FELLOWSHIP LUNG TRANSPLANT(UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO)

Qualification:

  • January 2000                         MBBS, Mysore University, India
  • September 2005                MD (Respiratory Medicine), India 
  • January 2017                         Fellowship (Lung Transplant), University of Toronto, Canada


Experience:

  • 11 th May 2019- 31st July 2020      Associate Director                                    Max Healthcare, New Delhi
  • 30th Jan 2017- May 2018      Associate Director                                    Medanta- The Medicity, Gurgaon
  • 4th Jan 2016 – 31st Dec 2016      Clinical Fellow Lung Transplant                        Toronto General Hospital, Toronto  
  • 16th Dec 2014 – 15th Dec 2015       Consultant Pulmonology & Critical Care      Columbia Asia Hospital, Gurgaon, India        
  • 1st August 2012 – 15th Dec 2015       Consultant Pulmonology & Critical Care         FMRI, Gurgaon
  • 5th May 2008 – 30th July 2012        Consultant Pulmonology & Critical Care        Columbia Asia Hospital, Gurgaon, India         
  • 1st July 2007 – 30th April 2008                Clinical Associate Critical Care              Fortis Escorts Hospital, Jaipur, India
  • 1st Dec 2006- 30th June 2017         Consultant Pulmonology & Critical Care      Apollo Pankaj Hospital, Agra, India 
  • 11th Sep 2006 to 30th Oct 2006 Senior Resident Critical Care      Fortis Hospital, Noida, India
  • 5th Oct 2005 to 7th Sep 2006       Registrar Critical Care              Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi, India
  • 21st Sep 2002- 20th Sep 2005         Post Graduation, Respiratory Medicine       S.N. Medical College, Agra, India


Areas of interest:

  • Lung transplantation
  • Pulmonary rehabilitation
  • Management of end stage lung diseases
  • Fungal infections in Respiratory patients


Publications and Presentations:

Presentations:

  • Comparative study of once daily Tiotropium bromide and 4 times daily of Ipratropium bromide in  stable COPD patients ; NAPCON 2004 at Ahmedabad                                                                 
  • Incidence of XDR and PDR Gram Negative Infections in tertiary care ICU at Best of Brussels 2013
  • Mucormycosis in Intensive Care Setting: A Case Series Criticare 2014, Jaipur

Memberships:

  • Indian Society of Critical care medicine
  • Indian Chest Society
  • European Respiratory Society
  • European Society of Critical Care Medicine
  • International society of heart and lung transplant
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