Dr. Mayukh Chattopadhyay

Dr. Mayukh Chattopadhyay
Anesthesiologist, Kolkata

MBBS, MD, FRCA

  • 1 Hospital
  • Dr. Mayukh Chattopadhyay is a consultant at Tata Medical Centre, Kolkata
  • He brings with him 16 years of national and international experience working in institutions like Royal Glamorgan General Hospital, Cardiff, Liverpool Children’s Hospital/Alderhey Hospital and Leeds General Infirmary, UK
  • He then returned to India and has been working with AMRI hospital and B M Birla Heart Research Centre. Prior to joining TMCT, he was attached to Mission of Mercy Hospital and Research Centre, Kolkata
  • He is also a visiting faculty in the Advanced Cardiac Centre (PGIMER Chandigarh) from 2007

Specialities

  • Anesthesiology

  • Critical Care

  • Pain Management

Expertise

  • Difficult airway management
  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
  • Hemodynamic monitoring

Education

MBBS, MD

Practice Information

Tata Medical Center, Kolkata

Tata Medical Center, Kolkata

New Town, 14 Mar (E-w), Rajarhat, Kolkata, West Bengal - 700156

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • G D Puri, M Chatterjee, J Verma, P Chari and K Prasad ; ECG Changes During Caesarean Section Under Anaesthesia in Journal of Anaesthesiology Clinical Pharmacology 1997 13 (63 to 65)5
  • Journal of Anaesthesiology Clinical Pharmacology is an Indexed Journal cited in Excerpta Medica (EM Base) and Ind Med also available at http:/basis. delhi. nic. in/nd M Chattopadhyay, G D Puri , J Wig, J S Verma and P Chari; Perioperative Myocardial Infarction in Patients With Known Ischaemic Heart Disease in Indian Journal of Anaesthesia 1997, 41 (49 to 54)
  • M Chattopadhyay, L Kapoor, Shreerup Chatterjee; Inhalational (Sevoflurane ) induction in a Patient Of Ankylosing Spondylitis with Ischaemic Heart Disease And a Difficult Airway a case report in J.Anaesth .Clini. Pharmacol1999 vol 15 number 3; (341 to 343)
  • ECG Changes During Caesarean Section under Anaesthesia" this paper presented in the National Conference of The Indian Society of Anaesthesia, was awarded the Indian Society Of Anaesthesia annual (Dr T.N. Jha) Gold medal in 1992&1993 (Combined Annual Conrerence) in the city of Bangalore, India
  • “Intubation in 45 seconds with Rocuroniurn in CABG patients”-a paper presented at the National Conference of Cardiothoracic Surgeons 1997 in the City of Jaipur, India.
  • M Chattopadhyay, A Bandopadhyay; MgS04 reduces incidence of postoperative atrial fibrillation in OPCABG patients - a paper presented in the annual conference of the Cardiac surgeons of India Feb, 2004, New Delhi, India
  • Royal College of Anaesthetists, London.(Annual Fee to be given)
  • Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine (life member).
  • Indian Association of Cardio-thoracic Anaesthetists (life member)
  • Indian Society For The study Of Pain (life member)