Dr. Pankaj Anand
Fortis Escorts Hospital, Jaipur
Intensive Care/ Critical Care Medicine
Doctor’s ProfileDr Pankaj Anand is a senior physics in Intensive Care with over 20 years of experience and working as consultant Critical Care & ICU at Fortis Escorts Hospital, Jaipur. He did his MBBS from SMS medical College and MD (Internal Medicine) from JLN medical college Ajmer. He also complete Indian Diploma in Critical Care (IDCC); Fellow of the American College of Chest Physician(FCCP); PG diploma in Geriatric Medicine; FCCS course provider conducted by Society of Critical Care Medicine, USA; FCCS Course Instructor Conducted by conducted by Society of Critical Care Medicine, USA; Basic assessment and support in critical care, Basic Assessment and Support in Critical Care (BASIC) Provider Course Conducted by department of Anesthesia & Intensive Care, The Chinese University Of Hong Kong; Basic Assessment and Support In Critical Care(BASIC); Instructor Course Conducted by department of Anesthesia & Intensive Care, The Chinese University Of Hong Kong; Certificate Course In Palliative Medicine; Advanced Cardiac Life Support (BLS/ACLS) By American Heart Association (AHA) Twice; Advanced Cardiac Life Support (BLS/ACLS) By American Heart Association (AHA) Instructor; Advanced Trauma Life Support(ATLS) From AIIMS By American College of Surgeons. Dr. Pankaj plays significant role in setting up ICU policies, protocols, and patient care algorithms. He played a key role in establishing a patient management protocol for serious and critically ill patients and fairly conversant with various bed side procedures, a good clinical acumen, assessment of the critically ill patients and ordering prompt evidence based investigations & subsequent assimilation and analysis of the data to help take decisions in the management of these patients.
Research Work - The effect of anaemia & hyperbilirubinemia on pulse oximeter readings’ thesis work submitted at University of Rajasthan, Jaipur for the degree of Doctor of Medicine. An extensive study of congenital defects among children born in 15 major hospitals of Jaipur City. This work was widely covered by all the major newspapers in India. The findings were also published in THE LANCET. An extensive study of the Micro biological pollutants at 50 different sites in Jaipur. This work was done in collaboration with The Pollution Control Board and it received wide covered in various Regional & National Newspapers. Paper Presentation - A retrospective study of OPC poisoning with special reference to the doses of atropine – Raj Apicon Kota Oct. 1999. Echocardiographic and lipid profile changes in subclinical & overt hypothyroidism Raj Apicon, 1999. Organophosphorus poisoning: A retrospective study, accepted for APICON 2001, Delhi. The effect of Anaemia & hyperbilirubinemia on pulse oximeter readings, accepted for APICON 2001, Delhi. Personality factors in CAD in special reference to lipid profile, accepted for APICON 2001, Delhi Comparison of Bronchial brushings and bronchial biopsy in Diagnosing Primary bronchogenic carcinoma, accepted for APICON 2001, Delhi. A clinical study of efficacy of various diagnostic methods in bronchogenic carcinoma – APICON 2000, Jaipur Book - Written “BASIC GUIDELINES IN MEDICINE” (Textbook of General Medicine for Undergraduate students)
MBBS, MD, IDCC, FCCP and PG Diploma in Gariatric Medicine