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Doctor Profile

Dr. Bichitrovanu Sarkar

Dr. Bichitrovanu Sarkar, MRCPCH(UK)

16+ Years Of Experience

Consultant Paediatrician and Paediatric Intensivist Fortis Hospital Anandapur, Kolkata, Fortis Medical Centre, Kolkata

Paediatrics and Neonatology

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  • ICTPICM(UK) Fellowship in Paediatric Intensive Care
  • MRCPCH(UK)
  • DCH(Cal)
  • MBBS(Cal)

  • Over 16 years of experience in Paediatrics and Neonatology with over 12 years of UK experience in this specialty
  • Trained in Paediatric Intensive Care in some of the world’s best PICUs. Trained in General Paediatric Intensive Care at St. Mary’s Hospital, Imperial College, London, – a world centre of excellence for Respiratory Medicine and Sepsis.
  • Trained in Paediatric Liver and Neurosurgical Intensive Care at King’s College Hospital, London, – the internationally renowned centre of excellence for Liver and Bowel Transplant besides being the regional Neurosurgical and Major Trauma Centre of the South Thames Region.
  • Trained in Paediatric Cardiac Intensive Care at the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London, - the largest centre for child heart surgery in the UK and the only centre in the UK to offer the full range of cardiac services including ECMO, VAD, Heart and Lung transplants, and tracheal surgeries.
  • Trained in Paediatric Critical Care Transport with CATS (Children’s Acute Transport Service), UK’s elite intensive care transport team.
  • ICTPICM-UK (The Intercollegiate Committee for Training in Paediatric Intensive Care Medicine - UK) recognised Fellowship in Paediatric Intensive Care from Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London, - Europe’s best known Paediatric Super specialty Hospital
  • Former Head of the Paediatric Intensive Care Services of the AMRI Group of Hospitals, Kolkata
  • One of the founder members and the former Vice-President of the Intensive Care Chapter of the West Bengal Academy of Pediatrics (WBAP-ICC).
  • National faculty for the Basic Pediatric Intensive Care Course (BPICC) conducted jointly by the Indian Academy of Pediatrics – Intensive Care Chapter (IAP-ICC) and the Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine (ISCCM).
  • Life Member of Indian Academy of Pediatrics (IAP)
  • Life Member of Indian Academy of Pediatrics – Intensive Care Chapter (IAP-ICC)
  • Founder Member and ex-Vice President of Intensive Care Chapter of the West Bengal
  • Academy of Pediatrics (WBAP-ICC)
  • Life Member of Indian Medical Association (IMA)

Dr. Bichitrovanu Sarkar trained extensively in Paediatrics and Paediatric Intensive Care in some of the most prestigious teaching hospitals of the United Kingdom, viz the Imperial College Hospital London, the King’s College Hospital London and the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children London, which is Europe’s best known paediatric superspeciality hospital.

Dr. Bichitrovanu Sarkar is a leading paediatric intensivist of Kolkata and has been the Paediatric Critical Care Lead of the AMRI Hospital, the Fortis Hospital and the Woodlands Multispeciality Hospital in Kolkata.

He is a faculty for various paediatric intensive care courses across West Bengal and India and is one of the founder-members and the former Vice-President of the Intensive Care Chapter of the West Bengal Academy of Pediatrics.

Besides developing the critical care services for children in Kolkata, Dr. Bichitrovanu Sarkar believes that it is essential to treat illnesses promptly and appropriately in the community to avoid the need for intensive care, and stresses on evidence based holistic paediatric practice and rational use of medications including antibiotics.

Areas of interest in Paediatric Critical Care:

  1. Full range of General Paediatric Intensive Care – Respiratory, Sepsis, Neuroprotection and Liver failure
  2. Full range of respiratory support including Conventional Ventilation, Non-invasive Ventilation, High Frequency Oscillation Ventilation, Paediatric Respiratory ECMO, inhaled Nitric Oxide and Heliox
  3. Full range of Cardiac intensive care including Paediatric Cardiac ECMO and E-CPR
  4. Renal Replacement Therapy (RRT)
  5. Poly trauma
  6. Head injury and post-operative intensive care of Neuro and Spinal surgeries
  7. Post-operative intensive care of Paediatric Transplants – Kidney, Liver, Bowel, Heart and Lung transplant
  8. Paediatric Critical Care Transport of ventilated children by road and air ambulances

Areas of Interest in General Paediatrics:

  1. Asthma and respiratory diseases
  2. Growth and Development
  3. Adolescent Health
  4. Infectious diseases
  5. Enuresis (Bedwetting)
  6. Immunisation