Dr. Rajesh Sagar

Dr. Rajesh Sagar
Psychiatrist, Delhi

MBBS, MD

  • 1 Hospital
  • Dr. Rajesh Sagar is a consultant at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi

Specialities

  • Psychiatry

  • Child Psychiatry

Expertise

  • Liason Psychiatry
  • Epidemiology & Community Psychiatry

Education

  • MBBS, MD

Practice Information

All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Delhi

All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Delhi

Ansari Nagar, Delhi, Delhi - 110029

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • Invited speaker for symposium on “Child and Adolescent Mental Health” in 2nd International Mental Health and Cultural psychiatry Conference-Sydney, Australia, Nov 2005
  • Organizing secretary of a Workshop on Intervention Strategies for Suicide in Educational Setup and chaired a session-New Delhi, May 2005
  • Organizing secretary of a Child and Adolescent Mental Health Training Workshop-New Delhi, Jan 2006
  • Organizing secretary of a Workshop on psychological Management of Pain-New Delhi, Jan 2006
  • Publication:Jhingan HP, Sagar R, Pandey RM (2001). Prognosis of late-onset depression in elderly - a study  from India. International Psychogeriatrics,Mar;13(1):51-61
  • Nath J & Sagar R (2001): Late-onset bipolar disorder due to  hyperthyroidism. Acta Psychiatr Scand.  Jul; 104(1):72-3;  discussion 74-5
  • Ramesh S & Sagar R (2001) Antipsychotic induced movement disorders. Indian J Med Sci. 2001 Sep; 55 (9):483-7
  • Sagar R, Berry N, Vasvani M, Ramesh S (2002). Lithium toxicity. Journal of Forensic Medicine and  Toxicology, 19(2),12-17
  • Baweja A, Sagar R, Srivastava PK, Jhangid R(2002). Psychiatric morbidity in attempted suicide with  poisoning. International Journal of Medical Toxicology & Legal Medicine, 5(1):11-13
  • Berry N, Pradhan S, Sagar R, Gupta SK (2003). Neuroleptic malignant  syndrome in an adolescent  receiving olanzapine-lithium combination therapy. Pharmacotherapy, 23 (2); 255-9
  • Berry  N, Sagar R, Tripathi BM. (2003) Catatonia and other psychiatric symptoms with vitamin B12   deficiency. Acta Psychiatr. Scand Aug; 108 (2): 156-9
  • Lazarus JP, Bhatia M, Shukla G, Padma MV, Tripathi M, Shrivastava AK, Singh MB, Sagar R, Jain S.  (2003) A study of nonepileptic seizures in an Indian population. Epilepsy Behav. Oct; 4(5): 496-9
  • Goyal R.O. Sagar R. Ammini A.C. Khurana M.L. and Alias A.G. (2004) Negative correlation between  Negative Symptoms of Schizophrenia and Testosterone Levels. Annals of the New York Academy  of Sciences. Volume 1032 December 2004,  pp 291-294
  • Sagar R, Varghese ST, Balhara YP(2005). Dysphagia due to olanzepine, an antipsychotic  medication. Indian J Gastroenterol; 24:37-38
  • Sagar R, Varghese ST, Balhara YP (2005). Olanzapine induced double incontinence. Indian J. Med Sci, April,59 (4),163-4
  • Singh S, Shivaprakash S, Balan S& Sagar R (2005): Cyclothymia: A Soft Bipolar Illness. Indian Journal of behavioural Sciences, Vol. 14(2) April (1),68-71
  • Singh S, Singh V, Varghese ST& Sagar R (2005): Lithium toxicity: role of Early Interventions, Indian Journal of behavioural Sciences, Vol 14(2) April 15(1),72-75
  • Singh V, Sagar R, Mehta M & Singh S(2005): Somatic Complaints and Psychopathology in Children and Adolescents, Indian Journal of behavioural Sciences, Vol 14(2) April  15(1),45-51
  • Varghese ST, Sagar R, Jhanjee S(2006):Chronic renal failure and electroconvulsive therapy. Indian J Med Sci. 2006 Mar; 60:114-5
  • Varghese ST, Sagar R, Naltrexone-Induced Weight Gain (2006)German J Psychiatry;     9:60-61.
  • Sagar R & Berry N. Psychiatric aspects of common physical disorders, IMACJP Journal  ‘Family  Medicine-India’ (in press)
  • Life Full members of Delhi psychiatric Society