Dr. Vinod S Dibbur
Fortis Hospital, Bannerghatta Road
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About Dr. Vinod S DibburDr. Vinod S Dibbur manages patients with acute kidney injury, chronic kidney diseases and its complications, immunological mediated kidney disease (like Vasculitis and Connective Tissue diseases), kidney transplantation and its complications. He is also very proficient in performing haemodialysis catheter insertion and renal biopsy. He has more than a decade experience of working in some of the renowned hospitals like Imperial College NHS Trust, London and Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust as a consultant. He is trained in managing most complex cases in transplant and immunological renal diseases. Dr Vinod has done MBBS from Dr BR Ambedkar Medical College, Bangalore. He then moved to London to pursue a degree in MRCP and CCT in Nephrology. He is also a fellowship in Transplant Medicine (Renal/Pancreas) in London. In his previous role as a Consultant Nephrologist with Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust, he successfully set up, led and managed an Acute Kidney Injury team which helped in identifying and reducing Acute Kidney Injury cases during an admission. He practices evidence based medicine and follows international and national protocols in patient management.He also has excellent academic background with several international posters and publications to his name. Area of Expertise: Acute and Chronic Kidney diseases Immunological mediated renal diseases Management of acute post-transplant cases, including management of immediate and late complications. Post kidney pancreas transplant cases along with prescription of immunosuppressant and management of its complications.
MBBS,MRCP and CCT (Nephrology) (UK),Fellow in Transplant Medicine (Renal/ Pancreas) UK.