Dr. Dibyendu Mukherjee
Fortis Hospital Anandapur, Kolkata
Rheumatology | Internal Medicine
Doctor’s ProfileDr Dibyendu Mukherjee has over 23 years of experience in the field of internal medicine and critical care. His expertise lies in the field of rheumatology and critical care. Dr Mukherjee has been associated with reputable hospitals. He has been working in K.P.C Medical College Hospital as an Associate Professor. He has many publications in national and international medical journals and is into regular training of graduate and post-graduate medical students.
Demographic Profile of Acute Pancreatitis in Eastern India: A Single Centre Experience - Asian Journal of Medical Sciences (AJMS)- Vol 8; Issue 6, Nov-Dec 2017 Association of Depression in Rheumatoid Arthritis: A single central Experience – International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences (IJRMS) – Vol 5; Issue 8; Aug 2017 Mechanical Ventilation strategies in Infective Airway Diseases - International Journal of Research and Review (IJIRR) – Vol 4; Issue 1, Jan 2017 Spectrum of Antibiotic Susceptibility of Pseudomonas Aeruginosa in Case of Diabetic Foot in a Tertiary Care Centre in Kolkata – International Journal of Contemporary Medical Research (IJCMR) – VOL 3, Issue 11; Nov 2016 Adherence to methotrexate therapy among rheumatoid arthritis patients in Eastern India – International Journal of Advances in Medicine – 2020, VOL 7: 899-905 Prescription audit of rheumatoid arthritis patients treated at primary and secondary care level, before reaching a tertiary care centre hospital in Eastern India - International Journal of Advances in Medicine – VOL 7 (5); May 2020 Effects of 1,25 dihydroxy vitamin D3 supplementation on pain relief in early rheumatoid arthritis – Journal of Family Medicine Primary Care – VOL 8 ; Issue 6 , Feb 2019 Management of asymptomatic hyperuricemia: Integrated Diabetes & Endocrine Academy (IDEA) consensus statement – diabetes & Metabolic syndrome: Clinical Research & Review – VOL 14 , Jan 2020
Association of Physicians of India Indian Rheumatological Association Indian Medical Council Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine Indian Association of Clinical Medicine IDEA