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Dr. Shrey Jain

Urology & Renal Transplant
Associate Consultant

Dr. Shrey Jain, MBBS, MS, Mch Urolgy, is a highly qualified and experienced urologist in Delhi NCR region. He is an associate consultant in Urology and Kidney Transplant department at Fortis Memorial Research Institute. Dr. Shrey has been associated with many prestigious organizations like King George Medical University, Lucknow, Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute, Lucknow. He is easily approachable, very polite in nature and gives priority to his patients over anything else. Having done his superspecialization from one of the leading urology institutes and is well versed with all the latest treatments in urology including robotic surgery and renal transplant. He has a keen interest in urology cancers (kidney, bladder, prostate, testis and penile) and endourology dealing with kidney stones, urethral strictures and bladder tumors. He takes keen interest in educational activities and research.

Work Experience: 
  • Consultant at Dr. Prem Hospital, Panipat.
  • Consultant at Prayag Hospital, Noida
Professional Memberships: 
  • Urology society of India
  • North zone USI, India
Speciality Interests: 
  • Endourolgy
  • Kidney Transplant
  • Robotic Surgeries
Awards and Honours: 
  • Awarded the best thesis in department of general surgery in the year 2015.
Research Experience : 
  • Role of Resistive Index as Prognostic Indicator in Treatment of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH). New Indian Journal of Surgery. Volume 7, Issue 1, January - April 2016, Pages 5-8. DOI: Click Here.
  • Evaluation of polyuria and polydipsia along with other established prognostic factors in posterior urethral valves for progression to kidney failure: experience from a developing country. Pediatr Nephrol 36, 1817–1824 (2021). Click Here.
Qualification: 
MBBS, MS (KGMU,Lucknow) Mch Urology (SGPGI, Lucknow)
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