Dr. Tarun Kumar Saha Nephrologist in Hyderabad

Dr. Tarun Kumar Saha

Nephrologist, Hyderabad

MBBS, MD (Medicine), DNB (Medicine), DM (Nephrology)

  • 25 Years Experience
  • 2 Hospitals


  • Sr. Consultant Department of Nephrology Apollo Hospitals, Secundrabad
  • Senior Consultant in Nephrology, Dialysis and Renal Transplantation
  • 16 years post DM experience in Nephrology
  • Languages : English, Hindi


  • Nephrology

  • Kidney Transplantation


  • Hypertension

    • Essential (primary) hypertension

    • Arterial Hypertension

    • High blood pressure



MBBS, 1987, Nil Ratan Sirkar (NRS) Medical College & Hospital

MD (Internal Medicine), 1992, PGIMER, Chandigarh

DM, 1995, PGIMER, Chandigarh

Practice Information

Apollo Hospitals, Secunderabad

Apollo Hospitals, Secunderabad

Pollicetty Towers St. Johns Road, Bhagyanagar Colony, Besides Keyes High School, Secunderabad, Hyderabad, Telangana - 500003


01:00 PM - 07:00 PM

Apollo Healthcity, Jubilee Hills

Apollo Healthcity, Jubilee Hills

Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana - 500033

Achievements & Contributions

  • MD Thesis: Compartive evaluation of brush smear, imprint smear and crush smear in the diagnosis of Helicobater pylori infection prospective analysis of 60 patients of duodenal ulcer and non-ulcer dyspepsia
  • Aetiology of ESRD(End Stage Renal Disease)  in North India. Analysis of  453  patients of ESRD. Dept. of Nephrology, PGIMER, Chandigarh
  • Spectrum of AIN (Acute Interstitial Nephritis) in North India. Analysis of 28 patients of AIN. PGIMER, Chandigarh
  • Comparison of high dose intravenous methyprenoisolone and low dose oral prednisolone in the treatment of acute graft kdney rejection. Analysis of 69 episodes of acute rejection at PGIMER, Chandigarh
  • Relationship between the severity of renal failure and the response to the hepatitis B vaccine in patients of chronic renal failure at NIMS(Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences), Hyderabad
  • Atherosclerotic aortic disease and ischemic ARF – at NIMS, Hyderabad
  • Comparison of Qunine and Artesunate in the treatment of falciparum malaria with ARF- at Apollo Hospitals, Bilaspur
  • Comparison of pulse Cyclophosphamide and Mycophenolate Mofetil in the treatment of Class IV Lupus Nephritis – at Apollo Hospitals, Bilaspur
  • Tacrolimus and Cyclosporine dose requirement and the significance of CYP3A5, MDR1 Genetic polymorphisms in Indian patients – at Kamineni Hospitals, Hyderabad
  • Clinical profile and risk factor analysis in post renal transplantation tuberculosis – at Kamineni Hospitals, Hyderabad
  • Sirolimus dose requirement and the significance of CYP3A5, MDR1 Genetic polymorphisms in Indian patents – at Kamineni Hospitals, Hyderabad
  • Conversion from Mycophenolate Mofetil to enteric coated Mycophenolate sodium in Renal transplant patients presenting Gastrointe3stinal Disorders
  • Travel scholarship at WCN 2005 at Singapore
  • Travel scholarship at WCN 2007 at Petropolis, Brazil
  • Travel scholarship at WTC 2008 at Sydney, Australia
  • PAPERS PUBLISHED:A prospective study on Falciparum Malaria with multi organ dysfunction syndrome managed in Intensive Care Unit.
  • A Randomized, Controlled Trail of  Steriods and Cyclophosphamide in Adults with Nephrotic Syndrome Caused by Idiopathic membranous Nephroathy. Journal of American Society of Nephrology, 2007
  • Low dose oral predrisolone vs. high dose intravenous methylprenisolone in the treatment of acuterenal ailograft rejection.
  • Indian Journal of Nephrology, 1998
  • Aeiology of end Sage Renal Disease in north India. Rerospective analysis of 435 patients of ESRD. Nephrology Dialysis transplantation inletter toeditor (1994) 9:pp.871-872
  • A randomised controlled trail of steriods and cyclophosphamide in adult with idiopathic memberanous nephropathy. Indian journal of Nephrology 1997, Vol.7, No.3,pp.116-117
  • Atherosclerotic aortic disease andischemic ARF. Nephrology 1997, Suppl.I
  • Etiogic Factors, clinical course and outcome of acute interstitial nephritis in NorhtIndia. Indian Journal of Nephrology 1994, vol. 4, No.3, pp.86-87
  • Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation June, 2003
  • Comparison of Artisunate and Quinine in the treatment of Falciparum Malaria with acute renal failure – published at Nephrology, Supplement, 2005
  • Clinical profile and risk factor analysis in post renal transplantation tuberculosis – published at Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation, Supplement, 2006
  • Tacrolimus and Cyclosporine dose requirement and the significance of CYP3A5, MDR1 Genetic polymorphisms in Indian patients – Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation, Suuplement, 2007
  • Influence of HCV infection on survival in renal transplant patients – INdian Journal of Nephrorlogy, 2007 suupl, p-92
  • Conversion from Mycophenolate Mofetil enteric coted Mycophenlote sodium in Renal transplant patients presenting gastrointestinal Disorders – Transplantation proceedings, 40,2262 – 2267, 2008
  • Sirolimus dose requirement and significance of CYP3A5, MDR1 Genetic polymorphisms in Indian patients – Transplantation, 2008, Suppl.p 328
  • Prevalence of CKD MBD in patients of ESRD on MHD – Abstract at IJN, 2009
  • Mesangio – capillary glomerulonephritis type II with partial lipodystrophy – A case report – Abstract at IJN, 2009
  • Member of the organizing committee of 25th Annual Conference of Indian Society of Nephrology at Chandigargh in 1994
  • Joint Secretary in the First International Certificate Course in Clinical Nephrology (Sept. 24 - 30th , 1999) at Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi
  • Organizing Secretary of 1st JCM Shastry Oration & Cme program, at Kamineni Hospitals, Hyderabad
  • Member of the organizing committee of Indian Society of Nephrology – Southern Chapter at Hyderabad in 2007
  • MEMBERSHIP OF SCIENTIFIC ORGANIZATIONS:Life Member of IMA, API, Indian Society of Nephrology, Peritoneal Dialysi Society of India, Indian Society of Organ Transplantation, Indian Rheumatism Association, and Indian Society of Haemodialysis

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