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Dr Ravi Bansal has more than 10 years of experience in management of kidney patients

Dr Ravi Bansal completed his MBBS from the prestigious Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC) New Delhi in 1996, He then did M.D. Internal Medicine from the Same institute.

He joined AIIMS in 2001 and enrolled for the prestigious DM Course in Nephrology at AIIMS.

He worked from 2001 to 2007 at AIIMS in Nephrology department. His tenure there included treatment of kidney patients sufferring from varied disorders of the kidney and urinary tract.He has gained excellence in nephrology related procedures of ultrasound guided kidney biopsy, peritoneal dialysis, hemodialysis, kidney transplant and critical care nephrology. During his stay at AIIMS he has done clinical research in nephrology and published his research in national and international journals. He has also participated in teaching of nephrology students and training of graduate and postgraduate  medical students in nephrology.

Then he shifted to private sector and joined as consultant at department of nephrology at Pushpawati Singhania Reasearch Institute(PSRI). He has completed 5 years at PSRI. during this time he has managed many challenging cases, participated in clinical reseach and traing of DNB Nephrology students. Presently he is working as Senior Consultant Nephrology at PSRI Hospital.


Special Achievements in Field of Nephrology

Many research publications in national and international journals.

Principal investigator of clinical research projects.

Delivered talks in various conferences.


Research work

  1. 1. A Comparative study of hemodialysis using membranes of different biocompatibility and their effect on cytokine production in patients of End Stage Renal Disease’ with Professor N.P. Singh at Nephrology Division, Department of Medicine, Maulana Azad Medical College and associated LNJP Hospital.
  2. 2. ‘To study the effect of maximum tolerable doses of ACE-I (lisinopril), ARB (losartan) and add-on losartan on proteinuria and progression of renal disease in patients of type 2 diabetes with early nephropathy’ with Dr Sanjay K. Agarwal, at Department of Nephrology , AIIMS.
  3. 3. ‘Techniques of internal jugular catheter insertion’ with Prof S.C. Tiwari at Department of Nephrology, AIIMS.
  4. 4. Principal investigator in ongoing phase III clinical trial at PSRI Hospital


Publications


International:


  1. Singh NP, Bansal R, Thakur A, Kohli R, Bansal RC, Agarwal SK. Effect of membrane composition on cytokine production and clinical symptoms during hemodialysis: a crossover study. Ren Fail. 2003 May;25(3):419-30
  2. Bansal R, Aggarwal P, Handa R, Biswas A, Bandhu S, Wali JP. Ulcerative colitis associated with Takayasu arteritis. Int J Cardiol. 2003 Mar;88(1):91-3.
  3. Bansal R, Agarwal SK, Tiwari SC, Dash SC. A prospective randomized study to compare ultrasound-guided with nonultrasound-guided double lumen internal jugular catheter insertion as a temporary hemodialysis access. Ren Fail. 2005; 27(5): 561-4.
  4. Ravi Bansal and Suresh C. Tiwari. Back pain in chronic renal failure. Nephrol Dial Transplant 2006 21(8): 2331-2332.
  5. Mahajan S, Tiwari SC, Kalra V, Masih JA, Bhowmik DM, Bansal R, Agarwal SK Analysis of depression and its effect on outcome among adult Indian peritoneal dialysis patients. Perit Dial Int. 2007 Jan-Feb;27(1):94-6
  6. Ravi Bansal, Amit Dinda, Sandeep Mahajan, Suresh C Tiwari. An unusual cause of renal allograft dysfunction: Graft papillary necrosis. J Nephrol.  2007 Jan-Feb; 20(1):111-3.


National:


  1. Anuradha S, Bansal R, Gupta A, Singh NP, Kohli R, Agarwal SK. Embolisation of haemodialysis catheter. J Assoc Physicians India. 2002 Apr;50:608-9
  2. Khilnani GC, Bansal R. Neuromuscular weakness in critically ill. J Assoc Physicians India. 2004 Feb; 52:131-6.
  3. Khilnani GC, Bansal R, Malhotra OP, Bhatia M. Critical illness polyneuropathy: how often do we diagnose it? Indian J Chest Dis Allied Sci. 2003 Jul-Sep;45(3):209-13

10.  Bansal R, Kadhiravan T, Aggarwal P, Handa R, Biswas A, Wali JP. Plasmodium vivax and hepatitis E co-infection--a rare cause of malarial jaundice. Indian J Gastroenterol. 2002 Sep-Oct; 21(5):207-8.

11.  Ravi Bansal,  Jaya Kumar, Praveen Aggarwal, Rohini Handa, Ashutosh Biswas, Jyoti P Wali. Pyopneumothorax in an alcoholic. JIACM 2003; 4(2): 159-61.

12.  Ravi Bansal, SC Tiwari. Understanding peritoneal dialysis. Journal of Renal Sciences 2004, 6(7): 7-11

Papers Presented at conferences:


1.         Poster presentation: XXXI Annual Conference of the Indian Society of Nephrology 2000 (Mumbai): “Membrane effects on cytokine production and clinical symptoms during dialysis. Are circulating cytokines responsible for intradialytic symptoms? ” Abstract in:  Indian J Nephrol 2000; 10(3):112


2.         Poster presentation: XXXI Annual Conference of the Indian Society of Nephrology 2000 (Mumbai): “Membrane effects on dialysis efficiency, arterial oxygen tension and blood cell counts and its correlation with intradialytic symptoms.” Abstract in:  Indian J Nephrol 2000; 10(3):113


3.         Oral presentation: 56th Joint annual conference of association of physicians of India (APICON 2001) (Delhi): “Polysulfone membrane dialysis: intradialytic symptoms and correlation with erythropoietin use.” Abstract in: JAPI, vol 49, Jan 2001; pg 111


  1. Poster presentation: XXXV Annual conference of Indian society of Nephrology (Banaras): “A prospective randomized study to compare ultrasound guided with non-ultrasound guided double lumen internal jugular catheter insertion as a temporary hemodialysis access.”


  1. Poster presentation: XXXV Annual conference of Indian society of Nephrology (Banaras): “Short term effects of maximum tolerable doses of ace-inhibitor (lisinopril), angiotensin receptor blocker (losartan) and add-on losartan on proteinuria and glomerular filtration rate.”


  1. Oral presentation: XXXVI Annual conference of Indian society of Nephrology (Cochin): Study of maximum tolerable doses of ace-i (lisinopril), arb (losartan) and add-on losartan on proteinuria and progression of renal disease in patients of type 2 diabetes with early nephropathy: results of one year follow up.”


Talks given:

  1. ‘Myths regarding Diet in renal failure’ at patient education programme on Nutrition and Renal Failure, organized at Department of Nephrology, AIIMS. ( October 2002)
  2. ‘Anatomy and Physiology of Peritoneal Membrane viz a viz Peritoneal Dialysis’ at CAPD training Programme, organized at Apollo Hospital , Delhi. ( July 2003)
  3. ‘Stress Test of the Kidney, Knowing Renal Reserve and Overview of the Chronic Kidney Disease’ at patient education programme on CKD organized at Department of Nephrology, AIIMS. ( Nov 2003)
  4. ‘Nephrology in Day to Day Practice’ at Quarterly IMA meeting of physicians, organized by Medical Association Shamli, Mujaffarnagar, UP. ( December 2005)
  5. International society of hemodialysis held at 2011 march- “hemodialysis machine”
  6. Annual conference of delhi society of nephrology 2011 feb: “rhabdomyolysis associated ARF”
  7. Conference on hepatorenal crosstalk, at ILBS Delhi may 2011- “ CRRT in Hepatic Failure”

And many other public and IMA meetings

Life memberships:

Indian Society of Nephrology

Indian society of Hemodialysis

Indian society of Organ Transplantation

Delhi Medical Council (DMC)

Medical Council of India (MCI)

Prizes and medals awarded.

1. First prize – in poster presentation ( free paper session) in ‘Clinical Nephrology’                                       during the ISNCON 2004 held at Varanasi.

2.  Second prize – in poster presentation ( free paper session) in ‘Dialysis’ during the ISNCON 2004 held at Varanasi.






 

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