Dr. Sanjeeb Roy

Dr. Sanjeeb Roy, Cardiologist Jaipur

Qualification :
MD (Internal Medicine), DM (Cardiology)
Experience :
20 Year(s)
Languages :
English, Hindi
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About

  • Has 19  years of rich  experience in National as well as international Health institutes

Specialities

  • Cardiology

Expertise

Education

  • MBBS, MD (Internal Medicine) from RNT Medical College, Udaipur
  • DM (Cardiology) from LPS Institute of Cardiology
  • GVSM Medical College, Kanpur

Practice Information

  • Fortis Escorts Hospital, Jaipur starstarstarstarstar

    Fortis Escorts Hospital, Jaipur

    Jawahar Lal Nehru Marg, Malvia Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan - 302107
    • Enquiries : (0141) 2547000, (0141) 4097109
    • Appointment : (0141) 4097109
    • Emergency : (0141) 2547009

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Achievements & Contributions

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Research & Articles

  • CHAMPION PCI Study. Clinical subset: PCI in ACS. Role: Principal Investigator. Completed and published in NEJM in 2009
  • CURRENT OASIS Study. Clinical subset: ACS. Role: Co-Investigator. Completed and published in Lancet in 2010
  • APPRAISE-2 Study. Clinical subset: ACS. Role: Co-Investigator. Completed and presented at ACC 2011
  • TRIOLOGY ACS Study. Clinical subset: ACS. Role: Co-Investigator. Completed and published in NEJM in 2012
  • STABILITY Study. Clinical subset: CAD. Role: Co-investigator. Completed and data being analysed
  • HOPE-3 Study. Clinical subset: CAD. Role: Co-Investigator. Ongoing
  • UMPIRE Study. Clinical subset: CVD (polypill). Co-Investigator. Completed and data being analysed
  • SOLID TIMI 52 Study. Clinical subset: DM with ACS. Role: Principal Investigator. Completed and data being analysed
  • SAVOR TIMI 53 Study. Clinical subset: DM with ACS. Role: Co-Investigator. Ongoing
  • EXAMINE Study. Clinical subset: DM with ACS. Role: Principal Investigator. Completed and data being analysed
  • MACE Registry. Clinical subset: ACS. Role: Co-Investigator. Ongoing
  • DYSLIPIDEMIA REMAINS Study. Clinical subset: ACS. Role: Co-Investigator. Ongoing
  • DELIVER Registry. Clinical subset: PCI in CAD (All comers). Role: Principal Investigator. Completed and data being analysed
  • PROMUS ELEMENT Registry. Clinical subset: PCI in CAD. Role: Principal Investigator. Completed and data being analysed

Awards

  • Young Achiever Award: presented by Indian Medical Association, Jaipur Chapter, and Medical Private Practitioners Association, 2010
  • Best Three Cases Presented Award. Complex PCI Case. INDIA LIVE 2010. New Delhi, Feb 2010
  • Honour and recognition at various public and social events at various platforms in events organised by various societies and NGOs across Rajasthan

Paper Presentations

  • Case presentation (Complex PCI). INDIA LIVE 2010, New Delhi, Feb, 2010 (awarded the best three cases)
  • Case presentation (Left main PCI). TCT Asia Pacific, Seoul, South Korea. Apr 2010.
  • Case presentation (Complication during challenging case). TCT Asia Pacific, Seoul, South Korea. Apr 2011
  • Choice of DES specific to clinical setting. 7th India Radial Blitz & 2nd World Radial Meet. Gurgaon, Sep 2011
  • Chronic Total Occlusion: Two challenging cases presented, CROSS ROADS. Mumbai, Aug 2012
  • Pharmacological management of chronic heart failure. ISC conference. Udaipur, Sep 2012
  • Controversial Case Review Session – Why, When and How? Ostial LCX lesion. AICT (Asian Interventional Cardiovascular Therapeutics). Gurgaon, Oct 2012
  • Management of Pulmonary Hypertension – Bench to bedside – State of art management for various aetiologies. Conference at Indore. Dec 2012
  • Case Presentation: Challenges in use of BVS. LUMEN AMI, 2013. New Delhi, Jan 2013
  • Case Presentation: Use of BVS in off-label indication – Bifurcation stenting. INDIA LIVE 2013, Chennai, Feb 2013
  • Case Presentation: Multi-vessel PCI: Two cases. INDIA LIVE 2013, Chennai, Feb 2013
  • Expectation from JNC 8. ACC meeting organised by Pfizer India. New Delhi, Sep 2013
  • Acute coronary syndrome: Paradigm shift in management based on changes in guidelines (ACC/AHA 2013, ESC 2012). CME Medicine Udaipur 2013, organised by Department of Medicine and APICON 86 Trust. Oct 2013
  • Challenging Case session: Rota with multiple bio-absorbable scaffold deployment in Calcified Long Lesion in Left Anterior Descending artery. Case accepted for presentation (Poster and laptop) at TCT 2013. San Francisco, Oct 2013
  • Experience with BVS – Presentation at BVS Conclave; Dec 2013
  • Management of Heart Failure. Invited lecture at API-DIAS (Dissemination of Updated Information through API Speakers). API JAIPUR Chapter Society. Jaipur, Dec 2013
  • Bifurcation Lesions: Classification and techniques, hardware selection, limitations. Invited lecture, for audience of young Interventional Cardiologists. MEDtronic Training and Education Program on Complex Procedures for Interventional Cardiologists. Mumbai, Jan 2014
  • Chronic Total Occlusion – Hardware and wires, selection criteria and challenges faced during procedure. Invited lecture, for audience of young Interventional Cardiologists. MEDtronic Training and Education Program on Complex Procedures for Interventional Cardiologists. Mumbai, Jan 2014

Memberships

  • He holds membership of Cardiology Society of India, Indian Society of Echocardiography, and Indian Society of Electrocardiography.
  • Member, Cardiological Society of India (CSI). Since 1999
  • Member, Indian Academy of Echocardiography (IAE). Since 1999
  • Member, European Heart Rhythm Association. 2014
  • Lead Clinician from Fortis Escorts Hospital, Jaipur, for Clinical Governance (CLG) in Fortis group of hospitals

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