Dr. Sujoy  Maitra

Dr. Sujoy Maitra

Consultant
Fortis Hospital Anandapur, Kolkata Gastroenterology / Hepatobilliary Sciences

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Doctor’s Profile

Trained as a Type 1 Specialist Registrar in Gastroenterology and Liver diseases, in UK.  Trained in a wide spectrum of hepatobiliary, luminal gastroenterology disorders and different aspects of liver transplantation and management of complex liver problems. Performing independently all kinds of upper and lower GI procedures both diagnostic and therapeutic including EVL, dilatation, stenting, polypectomy and various kinds  of bleeder management.   His Clinical Interests are Luminal Gastroenterology, Liver diseases and Liver transplantation

 

Overview

  • Research

    1. Factors affecting the outcome of Intensive care patients with decompensated Alcoholic liver disease

    This project was with Dr Ian Nesbitt, Consultant Intensive Medicine, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle. I was the lead of this project.

    2. Effectiveness of tissue Transglutaminase in monitoring compliance in Celiac Disease: -

    This was a project with Dr John Mansfield, Consultant Gastroenterologist RVI, Newcastle as the lead. I was mainly involved in analysing the data and writing up the
    abstract, accepted at BSG 2007 at Oral presentation

    3. Trends in Alcohol-related Mortality & Morbidity in Hospital Population

    We looked into the trends over last two years in University Hospital Hartlepool and compared with the national trends. I was the lead in this project along with Dr. J.Vasani, Consultant Gastroenterologist and the Gastroenterology Specialist Nurse.

    Presented as poster at World Gastroenterology Congress, Montreal 10th –14th September 2005

    4. THESIS: -

    A Study of Renal function in Cirrhosis of Liver

    Project submitted to and accepted as a dissertation by the Calcutta University for the award of MD (General Medicine) degree 1999.

    H. Publications

    ORIGINAL ARTICLE:-

    Anti-tissue transglutaminase antibodies in the follow up of adult Coeliac Disease. Aliment Pharmacol Ther 30; 236-244

  • MD, MRCP (UK)

  • Indian Society of Gastroenterology

    British Society of Gastroenterology

    British Medical Association

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