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Dr. Yogesh Tank

M.D. (Anesthesiologist)
+91 79 66556655

Anaesthetics

Location(s):
  • Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
  • Rajkot, Gujarat, India
  • Surat, Gujarat, India
  • Hyderabad, Telangana, India
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Dr. Yogesh completed his M.B.B.S. at P.S. medical college, karamsad in 1993, and M.D. anesthesia from I.K.D.R.C. Ahmedabad in 1998.

 

After completion of M.D. He joined Shrey hospital as a consultant Anesthesiologist and intensivist . Where he had a great exposure of managing high risk patients of all the kind pre-operative, intra-operative and post-operative period.

 

During stay at Shrey hospital he worked with Dr. Mahendra Narwaria for all kind of G.I. surgeries. He also worked with other specialties like Neuro-surgeries, onco-surgeries and uro-surgeries.

 

He is a consultant Renal transplant anesthesiologist at sterling hospital since 2003 and have experience of giving anesthesia for more than 1200 kidney trance-plants.

 

He is attached with Dr. Mahendra Narwaria for bariatric surgery since 2003. He has wide exposure of managing all kind of obese patients.

 

Member

 

  • Ex.President and founder member of A.S.O.
  • Life member of I.S.A.
  • Life member of A.S.A.
  • Life member of I.M.A.

 

Publication 

 

Anesthetic consideration for Bariatric surgery in Gujarat medical journal.

 

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