Dr. Ashish Chauhan, MBBS, MD (Gen Medicine) Fellowship in Diabetes - Try Second Opinion

Dr. Ashish Chauhan, MBBS, MD (Gen Medicine) Fellowship in Diabetes

Profile and Area of Expertise

Dr.Ashish managed chronic cases involving fever of unknown origin, lifestyle diseases like Diabetes Hypertension or addiction related etc. Interested in promoting the concept of prevention & Proactive approach in healthcare

Area of Expertise:

  • Diabetes Management
  • Internal Medicine Specialist
  • Infectious Diseases Specialist
Experience (Current Position & Previous Positions)

Current Position:

  • Senior Consultant, Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad-2016 to date
  • Consultant Physician & Diabetologist-The Apollo Clinics-2012 to date
  • Assistant Professor-Bhaskara Medical College Hyderabad-2012 to date
  • Director-Ethans Clinic Hyderabad-2010 to date

Previous Positions:

  • Medical Director-Eesha Multi Speciality Hospital-Jul 2014 – Jan 2016
  • Consultant Physician & Diabetologist-Olive Hospitals Hyderabad-Jan 2012 – Jul 2012
  • Physician-Yashoda Hospitals-Jun 2009 – Dec 2011
  • Consultant Physician-GVA Hospital-Khammam -Jan 2008 – May 2009
Education & Certificates
  • MBBS – CMC Vellore – 1999 – Vellore, TN, India
  • MD – Internal Medicine – CMC Ludhiana – 2007 – Ludhiana, Punjab, India
  • Fellowship Diabetes – CMC Vellore – Vellore, TN, India
  • FIAMS – IMA
Awards
  • Vaidya Siromani 2016
  • Indywood Medical Excellence Award 2016 by World Medical Council
  • Vaidya Shree 2018
Publications & Presentations

Research and Articles :

  • Afebrile Encephalopathy: probably worth trying antimalarials in a tropical country like India

Paper Presentation :

  • volume-5 issue 2/207 case report /289 afebrile encephalopathy probably worth trying antimalarials in a tropical country like India

Publication:

  • New Delhi MetalloBetaLactamase : A misnomer?
  • International Journal Of Clinical Cases & Investigations December 6, 2010
  • IMP-1, the first MBL (metallo beta lactamase) conferring carbapenem resistance, was detected in 1988 in a Pseudomonas aeruginosa strain in Japan. Hence in real terms, the name NDM is a misnomer. It should actually be known as Japan MBL, not New Delhi MBL.
Memberships
  • IMA
  • CMAI
  • THYROID SOCIETY OF INDIA
  • RSSDI
Languages

English, Hindi, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu

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