Dr. Pradeep Govil
Dr. Pradeep Govil did his MBBS from University College of Medical Sciences (UCMS), University of Delhi. He did his MD in Anaesthesia from the prestigious Safderjung Hospital, University of Delhi and was awarded European Diploma in Regional Anaesthesia and Acute Pain Management( EDRA) from European Society of Regional Anaesthesia. He completed his Post- Graduate Diploma in Hospital Management( PGDHM) from National Institute of Health and Family Welfare. He has rich experience of more than 24 years to his credit.
He specializes in the field of anaesthesiology dealing from anaesthesia to problems associated with major surgeries and patients having comorbidities. He is well versed with several anaesthetic procedures such as painless labour analgesia, loco-regional anaesthesia, pain managementand other anaesthetic procedures. He has a vast field of knowledge and expertise in the management of sick patients for anaesthesia. He has worked in several prestigious and reputed institutes and obtained the required skills and patient care.
- Senior Consultant, Department of Anaesthesia and as Intensive Care unit Incharge, Primus Super speciality Hospital, ChanakyaPuri, New Delhi,(2011-2016)
- Senior Consultant, Department of Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine, Max Super speciality Hospital, Saket, New Delhi (2005 -2011)
- Specialist, Department of Anaesthesia and Critical Care, Kasturba Hospital, New Delhi (2004-2005)
- Specialist Anaesthesia at Hindu Rao Hospital , New Delhi (2004)
- Visiting Consultant, Majeedia Hospital, Jamia Hamdard University, New Delhi, India(2002-2004 )
- VisitingConsultant , Shanti Mukand Hospital,New Delhi (1999-2003)
- Permanent member of Indian Society of Anaesthesia.
- Permanent member of Indian Society of critical care medicine
- International Associate member of European society of anaesthesiology
- Member of European society of Regional Anaesthesia
- Loco-Regional Anaesthesia
- Obstetric Anaesthesia
- Pain management in oncosurgery
- Several publications in reputed International and Indian journals
- Unusual cause of excessive haemorrhage following TURP Indian Journal of Anaesthesiology and Clinical Pharmacology. 1995 Nov; 11(4): 311-13.
- Refractory Hypotension after Tourniquet Deflation in a Patient on Chronic Clomipramine Therapy. Indian Journal of Anaesthesia 2008; 52 (4):443-447.
- Bone Cement Implantation Syndrome: A Report Of Four Cases Indian Journal of Anaesthesia 2009; 53 (2):222-226.
- ARDS in Scrub Typhus. Indian Journal of Anaesthesia 2009; 53 (4):507-508.
- Efficacy and safety of Tranexamic Acid in control of bleeding following TKR- A Randomized clinical trial. Indian Journal of Anaesthesia 2009; 53 (6):667-671.
- Anaesthetic management of laryngeal papillomatosis. Indian Journal of Anaesthesia 2009; 53 (2):244-245.
- Indigenous device for in circuit delivery of bronchodilator drugs through MDI. Indian Journal of Anaesthesia 2010; 54 (3):264-265.
- Colistin and polymyxin B: A re-emergence. Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine. 2009; 13(2):49-53.
- Efficacy of Tranexamic Acid for Blood Loss Reduction in Knee Arthroplasty – A Study of 220 Patients. Poster presentation ASA Annual conference San Diego CA. USA, Oct 2010
- Unusual presentation of Pandimethalin poisoning: a case report. Co-author poster presentation ESICM Sept 2007; vol 33 Suppl 2.
- Percutaneous dilatation tracheostomy in critically ill patients with documented coagulopathy. Co-author poster presentation Critical Care March 2008; Vol 12 Suppl 2.
- Validation of APACHE IV in patients with severe acute pancreatitis. Co-author poster presentation Critical Care March 2008; vol12 Suppl 2.
Comparison of two techniques of percutaneous dilatational tracheostomy (PDT): Griggs’ dilating forceps vs Ultraperc® single stage dilator. Co-author poster presentation ESICM Sept 2008; vol 34: 1