Emergency Hospital Hyderabad

Dr. Kalyan Chakravarthy

Doctors Team

Dr. Kalyan Chakravarhy

Dr. Kalyan Chakravarthy

MBBS, MRCP(UK) MRCP(Endo and Diab), CCT
Speciality: Endocrinology

Qualifications

  • MRCP UK (Endocrinology & Diabetes) – May 2012
  • MRCP UK – March 2009
  • MBBS – Dec 2003 -NTR University of Health sciences

Courses

  • Management course for doctors: Jan 2014, London, UK
  • Radioactive Iodine prescriber’s course for benign thyroid disease: Nov 2013, Birmingham, UK
  • Advanced Life Support (ALS): September 2012, Coventry UK
  • Insulin Pump Course: Roche, March 2012, UK
  • TIPS (teaching improvement project system) Course: Sept 2010, London, UK
  • Carbohydrate Countingcourse: March 2010, The Whittington Hospital, London, UK
Post Hospital Department Period
Locum Consultant Southend University Hospital, UK Diabetes, Endocrinology and GIM 3 months (Mar 2014 – Jun 2014)
Specialist Registrar (D.M training) UCLH, Royal Free, Whittington, PAH Harlow, Southend Hospital, UK Diabetes, Endocrinology and GIM 5 years (Aug 2009 – Aug 2014)
Core Medical Trainee  (M.D. training) Darent Valley Hospital, Dartford, UK Medical assessment unit, Cardiology, Gastro, Respiratory, Cardiology, Endocrinology 2 years  (Aug 2007 – Jul 2009)
Foundation year trainee (Junior doctor) Ninewells Hospital, Dundee, UK General Medicine, Oncology, Casualty, Surgery 2.5 years (Aug 2005 – Jul 2007)
Junior house officer Ninewells Hospital, Dundee, UK General Medicine 6 months (Feb 2005 – Aug 2005)
Junior doctor CARE Hospitals, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad Cardiology 2 months (Mar 2004 – May 2004)
Internship Deccan College of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad Medicine, Surgery, Obs/Gyn , A & E and Other Depts 12 months (Dec 2002 – Dec 2003)

 

General Internal Medicine Experience

  • Medical Consultant for 3 months: 1.5 days per week – acute medical admissions
  • Medical Registrar for 5 years: 1:10 rota – acute medical admissions(average 30 pts/24 hrs)
  • Ward based care of medical in-patients for 10 years in total(average 30 pts/ward)
  • Experienced in all procedures in Internal Medicine

Diabetes Experience

  • 2 Diabetes clinics per week for 5 years
  • 1-2 Antenatal Diabetes clinics per week for 3 years
  • Insulin pumps in Type 1 Diabetic patients for 3 years
  • Regular review of in-patient Diabetic emergencies for 5 years

Endocrinology Experience

  • 2-4 Endocrinology clinics per week for 5 years
  • Specialist experience in reproductive endocrinology, pituitary, thyroid and adrenal disorders
  • Regular independent review of in-patient endocrinology issues and emergencies for 5 years
  • 1 year experience at a Tertiary pituitary surgical centre, dealing with peri-op pituitary patients
  • Experienced in most Endocrine dynamic function tests

Teaching Experience

  • Extensive experience in student teaching at hospitals associated with UCL and Barts medical school
  • Regular teaching at bedside, clinics, group sessions and seminars
  • Supervised many juniors in medical procedures
  • Many PowerPoint teaching sessions

Publications

  • Nasally located ectopic ACTH-secreting pituitary adenoma (EAPA) causing Nelson’s syndrome: diagnostic challenges. Pituitary. 2014 Oct;17(5):423-9. (First author)
  • Multi-centre study of investigation, aetiology and management of hyponatraemia in hospitalised patients in the UK: Postgrad Med J 2014;90(1070) 694-698
  • Multi-centre study of investigation, aetiology and management of hyponatraemia in hospitalised patients in the UK: submitted to QJM

National and International Presentations(First Author)

  • Old question, new case. Pituitary resistance to thyroid hormone or TSHoma. Poster presentation at the British Thyroid Association meeting, London Dec 2013
  • PCOS and hirsutism: Oral presentation at hot topics in Reproductive Endocrinology, London Jun 2013
  • Amiodarone induced Thyrotoxicosis (AIT) in an imprisoned patient with Frederich’s ataxia and Dilated Cardiomyopathy: therapeutic challenges. Poster presentation at The Hammersmith endocrine symposium, London Dec 2012
  • Secondary Adrenal Suppression and Cushing’s syndrome caused by Ritonavir boosted effects of inhaled Fluticasone, injected Triamcinolone and topical Clobetasol: A series of 11 patients. Poster presentation at the British Endocrine Society meeting, Harrogate, June 2012
  • It pays to be nosey: A case of ACTH-producing nasal ectopic pituitary adenoma: Oral presentation atthe 13thPituitary Conference Feb 2012, London. 2nd prize for best Oral presentation
  • Hypercalcaemia due to PTH-related peptide(PTHrP) secreting pancreatic neuroendocrine tumour. Oral and poster presentation at the Hammersmith Endocrine Symposium Dec 2011
  • Proton pump inhibitor induced hypomagnesaemic hypoparathyroidism. Poster presentation at the National Clinical cases meeting , RSM London, March 2011
  • Several regional and local presentations in Endocrinology and General Medicine

Audits

Independently performed audits on:

  • Efficacy of insulin pump use in a tertiary centre
  • Admissions with Diabetic Ketoacidosis
  • Use of Liraglutide
  • The appropriateness of AXR requests in the acute medical unit
  • Diagnosing Thyroid Cancer
  • TIMI score in ACS
  • Use of Aspirin and Hydroxyurea in Essential Thrombocythaemia

Other Achievements

  • Implemented hospital policies in Diabetes at Citizens Hospital
  • Designed and implemented a Medical admissions pathway at Darent valley hospital.
  • Regularly organised Adrenal vein sampling at UCL hospital and Royal Free hospital
  • Organised weekly MDT meetings at UCL hospital and Royal Free hospital.
  • Interests: Insulin Pumps, Paediatric endocrinology, Teaching

Patient Feedback: Praveen Kumar Samudrala
10th April 2017

I have been undergoing treatment under the said doctor for the past 3 years and I am quite happy for the treatment given by him. the way he interacts so patiently and diligently with all patients will definitely make them feel a soothing touch and improves their confidence. In fact, I am diabetic since 2001 and have consulted several doctors during this span, but I never have felt the amount of satisfaction and confidence (I gained after being a patient) elsewhere other than with this doctor. Thank you Citizens and thank you Dr Kalyan for your accurate treatment. Long live.

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