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Global Healthcare Excellence Award 2018

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Dr Tejas Patel

Name: – DR. TEJAS VINODRAIPATEL

Qualification: – MBBS, MD (Medicine), DM Cardiology

Personal Information: – 

Nationality: – Indian (Passport no – N3695828)

Date of birth: – 27th Jan, 1981

Contact Details: –

Mobile No: +91 8940305130

Email: tejas.patel@cimshospital.org , adrenalinehcl@yahoo.com

Website: www.drtejaspatel.com

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tejaspatelcims

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TejasPatel.Cardiologist

Home Address: –

“Ashutosh”,Sardar Patel Society, Block no. 6,NrAmbawadi, Joshipura,Junagadh, Gujarat. India. Pin- 362002

Wife: –

Dr.Palak D. Raiyani

MBBS, MD (Pathology) Consultant Histopathologist

Ex. Assistant Professor at CMC, Vellore

Professional background: –

Present occupation: –   Consultant and Interventional Cardiologist

[From June 2015]

Address: – CIMS hospital (Care Institute of Medical Sciences) NrShukan Mall, Off Science City Road, Sola Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. Pin – 380060

Phone: +91 79 30101008, +91 79 30101200

Past experience: –

  • Worked as a Senior Post Graduate Registrar for 3 years (from August 2011 to August 2014) at India’s most prestigious medical college and hospital Christian Medical College (CMC), Vellore, Tamilnadu. During that period I got extensive training in the field of clinical and interventional cardiology.
  • After finishing the 3 years super-speciality DM (Cardiology) programme at CMC, I worked as Assistant Professor in the department of Cardiology for almost one year.
  • During that period I Independently performed all types of cardiacinterventional procedures – >1000 angiography, >300 angioplasty with stenting, >100 PAMI, along with permanent pacemaker & ICD implantation, BMV & BPV, ASD & PDA Device closure, EPS±RFA.

[>95% of Coronary interventions (Angiogram & Elective/Primary Angioplasty) have been done via Radial/Ulnar arterial approach.]

  • Had Clinical Observership in advance Interventional Cardiology & advance heart failure management with heart transplantation at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC), Pittsburgh, USA in April 2016.

 

Educational Qualifications: –

QUALIFICATION YEAR BOARD/UNIVERSITY MARKS (%) ATTEMPT ACHIEVEMENTS
D.M.

CARDIOLOGY

AUGUST 2014 DR. M.G.R MEDICAL UNIVERSITY, TAMILNADU

(CHRISTIAN MEDICAL COLLEGE – CMC

FIRST FIRSTIN THE INSTITUTE (CMC)

Dr G M Cherian Gold Medal Best Outgoing Student

M.D. GENERAL MEDICINE MAY 2009 SHRI M P SHAH MEDICAL COLLEGE, JAMNAGAR/SAURASHTRA UNIVERSITY 63.90% FIRST UNIVERSITY RANK 2ND
THIRD M.B.B.S.

PART II

NOV 2003 -DO- 57.70% FIRST
THIRD M.B.B.S.

PART I

NOV 2002 -DO- 63.50% FIRST
SECOND M.B.B.S. NOV 2001 -DO- 63.50% FIRST
FIRST M.B.B.S. FEB 2000 -DO- 63% FIRST
HSC MARCH 1998 GSEB 86.92% FIRST 3RDRANKIN DISTRICT
 SSC  MARCH 1996 GSEB  85.86%  FIRST  10THRANKIN DISTRICT

 

Publications& Presentations: –

  1. Varghese M. J., Patel T. V., George P. V., Pati P. K. & Jose V. J. Mammoth Right Atrium. J. Am. Coll. Cardiol. 63, e21 (2014).
  1. Patel T., Devi A. Prosthesis endocarditis after a Rastelli operation. -Under review in New England Journal of Medicine
  1. George P. V., Balasundaram S., Patel T.Stresshyperglycemia- an independent risk factor for multi-vessel coronary arterydisease in post myocardial infarction non-diabetic patients. -Under review in European Heart Journal
  1. George P. V., Patel T. V.Impact of cardiac magnetic resonance imaging in the management of post myocardial infarction ventricular septal rupture- a case report. Med ej. 2014 July-Aug; vol-4.
  1. Shah V, Patel T.A case of Malabsorption Syndrome (MAS) due to Tropical Sprue. JCDR. 2009 Apr; 3:1445-1448.
  1. Lysosomal storage disease –a rare cause of Hepatosplenomegaly. APGCON 2008 (Poster presentation).
  2. A rare case of hepatolenticular degeneration (Wilson’s disease). APGCON 2008 (Poster presentation).
  1. Comparative study of serum procalcitonin level in STEMI patients undergoing primary PTCA v/s thrombolysis & to correlate with in-hospital and 30days outcomes -abstract sent for European Society of Cardiology Congress 2015
  1. Exclusive CO2 angiography and bilateral renal artery stenting in a rare presentation of Takayasu arteritis -selected for challenging case presentation in INDIA LIVE 2015.

Thesis work: –

Research topic during MD (General Medicine)-

“To Predict Prognosis and Mortality of Organophosphorus Compound Poisoning Based on Random Blood Sugar Level and to Co-relate it with Pseudocholinesterase Activity”

Research topic during DM (Cardiology)-

“Comparative Study of Serum Procalcitonin Level in STEMI Patients Undergoing Primary PTCA v/s Thrombolysis & to Correlate with In-hospital Outcomes”

Awards and Achievements: –

  • Stood 1st in D.M. (Cardiology) exam held at CMC (August 2014) -awarded Dr G M Cherian gold medal for “Best Outgoing Student in DM Cardiology”
  • Selected for zonal round (among top 10) in Torrent Young Scholar Award (TYSA) competition during both M.D. [Mumbai, 2009] and D.M. [Bangalore, 2013]
  • Co-investigator at CMC in Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) funded MACE PILOT study [Registry on management of acute coronary event (MACE Registry) – Pilot Phase]
  • Stood University 2ndin M.D. (General Medicine) exam held at Saurashtra University (May 2009)
  • Received 2nd prize in poster presentation at APGCON 2008 held at Rajkot, Gujarat for presenting ‘Lysosomal storage disease –a rare cause of Hepatosplenomegaly’
  • Invited for poster presentation in American College of Cardiology 65th Annual Scientific Session (ACC.16) at Chicago in April 2016. [Subject – Serum Procalcitonin – A Novel Biomarker in ST-segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction to Predict In-hospital and 30days Outcomes]
  • Invited for case presentation and as a Faculty of the Year at the 21st CardioVascular Summit-TCTAP 2016 hosted by CardioVascular Research Foundation (CVRF) at Seoul, Korea.

Experience during DM Cardiology training at CMC: –

Posting during DM Cardiology training:

Emergency Cardiology & Cardiac intensive care 6 months
Clinical Cardiology & In-patient services 8 months
(including PaediatricCardiology)
Echocardiography 6 months
(including PaediatricEchocardiography)
Cardiovascular Investigations (Treadmill, HUTT, Holter, 4 months
Cardiac radiology & Nuclear cardiology)
Cardiac Electrophysiology 2 months
Cardiac Catheterization Lab 8 months

Procedures assisted/done:

Non-invasive procedures: –

Transthoracic Echocardiography >5000
Paediatric echocardiography >1000
Trans-esophageal Echocardiography 100
Treadmill test >1500
Holter interpretation >500
Tilt-table test 50
Pacemaker/CRT-D/ICD interrogation 100
Invasive procedures: –
Procedures 1st Operator 2nd Operator
Adult Coronary Angiogram& Catheterization studies 1000 100
Coronary Angioplasty & Stenting 25 500
Primary Angioplasty 15 200
Rotablation / FFR / IVUS 5 25
Balloon Mitral Valvuloplasty (BMV) 5 100
Balloon Aortic Valvuloplasty (BAV) 2 15
Balloon Pulmonary Valvuloplasty (BPV) 3 25
Paediatric Catheterization procedures 25 100
Balloon Atrial Septostomy (BAS) 2 10
Coarctation Dilatation 2 15
ASD device closure 5 40

 

PDA device/coil closure 3 25
VSD device closure 5
RSOV device closure, coil closure of AV fistulas 15
Permanent Pacemaker Implantation (PPI) 15 100
CRT-D / ICD Implantation 15
Pacemaker explantation 3 10
EP study & RFA (including CARTO &NavX) 20 150
Peripheral Interventions:
Peripheral Angiogram 50 200
Peripheral Angioplasty & Stenting (Carotid, Renal, 5 50
Subclavian, Iliac, Femoral interventions)
Endovascular repair of aortic aneurysm & dissection 15

Past work experience at CMC, Vellore as Assistant Professor(Consultant &Interventional Cardiologist): –

* Independently performed all types of interventional procedures at CMC- >1000 angiography, >300 angioplasty with stenting, >100 PAMI, along with permanent pacemaker & ICD implantation, BMV & BPV, ASD & PDA Device closure, EPS±RFA.

[>95% of Coronary interventions (Angiogram &Elective/Primary Angioplasty) have been done via Radial/Ulnar arterial approach.]