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  • Dr.Ashish Saini, Consultant, Endocrinology Dr.Ashish Saini, Consultant, Endocrinology

    Dr. Ashish Kumar Saini

    Endocrinology Consultant - Endocrinology
    MMSc, DNB, MBBS
    12 Years
    1,000

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    About me

    I have practiced for 10+ years in endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism. I have a special interest in diabetes care, clinical and non-invasive endocrinology. In addition, I have published multiple papers in national and international journalsand authored chapters in textbooks.

    As an endocrinologist with an unwavering commitment to heal people, I handle each case diligently and ensure the best course of care for even the most complex medical issues. My deep understanding of endocrine functions, diabetes and metabolic disorders and their treatment through innovative methods has led to many exhilarating and humbling experiences. It delights me to see many of my patients recover steadily and significantly.

    Medical expertise

    Adrenal disorders | Cholesterol disorders | Diabetes mellitus and hyperglycemia | Gestational diabetes mellitus | Goiter and fetal hypothyroidism | Gonadal disorders | Management of diabetic complications and metabolic syndrome | Multi-system disorders management | Osteoporosis | Pituitary disorders | Thyroid disorders

    My education and training

    MMScEndocrinology, Texila American University, Guyana (2014)
    DNBInternal medicine, Medwin Hospital, Hyderabad, India (2007)
    MBBSJSS Medical College, Mysore University, Karnataka, India (2000)

    My publications and papers

    • “Primary Hypoparathyroidism Presenting as Adult Onset Seizure: AReport of Two Cases”, Endocrine Abstracts(2012)
    • “Two Cases of Alendronate Induced Atypical Fracture of Femur Shaft”, Endocrine Abstracts (2012)
    • “A Rare Case of Vanishing Fetal Goiter and Role of Colour Doppler Ultrasound in the Diagnosis”, Endocrine Abstracts (2012)
    • “Refractory Seizures as a Presenting Feature of Insulinoma”, Endocrine Abstracts (2012)
    • “Changing Paradigm in Management of Type 2 Diabetes: Current Trends in Hypertension, Diabetes and Coronary Artery Diseases”, Endocrine Abstracts (2008)
    • “How to Choose an OHA: Current Trends in Hypertension, Diabetes and Coronary Artery Diseases”, Endocrine Abstracts (2008)
    • “Current Medical Management of Obesity”, Indian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism(2007)

    My awards and accomplishments

    • Delegate at various medical talks and presentations:
    • “Comparison of Lispro and Aspart Insulin with Regular Insulin in Gestational Diabetes Mellitus”, NARCHI (2012)
    • “Role of Color Flow Doppler Sonography of Thyroid in Evaluation of Thyrotoxicosis Diagnosed in Pregnancy”, NARCHI (2012)
    • “How to Choose Anti–obesity Drugs”, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital SAARC diabetes conference (2007)
    • Life member, American Endocrinology Society, Indian Thyroid Society, Research Society for the Study of Diabetes in India (RSSDI), Indian Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Endocrinology, Indian Medical Association and East Delhi Physicians Association

    What I'd like to tell my patients

    In a perfect world, all of us would be healthy, balanced, and energetic. We would have beautiful, trim, muscular bodies with efficient organs and great endurance. But, in reality, many of us develop problems like diabetes, endocrine disorders and sometimes, long-term untreated illnesses which affect growth, puberty, reproduction, pituitary, adrenal, thyroid and bone health. When one or more endocrine glands malfunctions, the person’s entire system is often thrown into disarray.

    However, the good news is that the field of endocrinology has made significant progress over the past century. Today, various life-threatening malfunctions of the endocrine system are often manageable when treated by a competent doctor.

    Driven by a strong sense of professional medical ethics, I always first see “the person in the patient”. For me, my patients’ experience, which is the totality of events and interactions that occur in the course of his or her care, is intrinsically important. I try to touch my patients’ life at times of most basic human need, when care and compassion matter the most.

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    About me

    I have practiced for 10+ years in endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism. I have a special interest in diabetes care, clinical and non-invasive endocrinology. In addition, I have published multiple papers in national and international journalsand authored chapters in textbooks.

    As an endocrinologist with an unwavering commitment to heal people, I handle each case diligently and ensure the best course of care for even the most complex medical issues. My deep understanding of endocrine functions, diabetes and metabolic disorders and their treatment through innovative methods has led to many exhilarating and humbling experiences. It delights me to see many of my patients recover steadily and significantly.

    Medical expertise

    Adrenal disorders | Cholesterol disorders | Diabetes mellitus and hyperglycemia | Gestational diabetes mellitus | Goiter and fetal hypothyroidism | Gonadal disorders | Management of diabetic complications and metabolic syndrome | Multi-system disorders management | Osteoporosis | Pituitary disorders | Thyroid disorders

    My education and training

    MMScEndocrinology, Texila American University, Guyana (2014)
    DNBInternal medicine, Medwin Hospital, Hyderabad, India (2007)
    MBBSJSS Medical College, Mysore University, Karnataka, India (2000)

    My publications and papers

      • “Primary Hypoparathyroidism Presenting as Adult Onset Seizure: AReport of Two Cases”, Endocrine Abstracts(2012)
      • “Two Cases of Alendronate Induced Atypical Fracture of Femur Shaft”, Endocrine Abstracts (2012)
      • “A Rare Case of Vanishing Fetal Goiter and Role of Colour Doppler Ultrasound in the Diagnosis”, Endocrine Abstracts (2012)
      • “Refractory Seizures as a Presenting Feature of Insulinoma”, Endocrine Abstracts (2012)
      • “Changing Paradigm in Management of Type 2 Diabetes: Current Trends in Hypertension, Diabetes and Coronary Artery Diseases”, Endocrine Abstracts (2008)
      • “How to Choose an OHA: Current Trends in Hypertension, Diabetes and Coronary Artery Diseases”, Endocrine Abstracts (2008)
      • “Current Medical Management of Obesity”, Indian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism(2007)

    My awards and accomplishments

      • Delegate at various medical talks and presentations:
      • “Comparison of Lispro and Aspart Insulin with Regular Insulin in Gestational Diabetes Mellitus”, NARCHI (2012)
      • “Role of Color Flow Doppler Sonography of Thyroid in Evaluation of Thyrotoxicosis Diagnosed in Pregnancy”, NARCHI (2012)
      • “How to Choose Anti–obesity Drugs”, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital SAARC diabetes conference (2007)
      • Life member, American Endocrinology Society, Indian Thyroid Society, Research Society for the Study of Diabetes in India (RSSDI), Indian Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Endocrinology, Indian Medical Association and East Delhi Physicians Association

    What I’d like to tell my patients

    In a perfect world, all of us would be healthy, balanced, and energetic. We would have beautiful, trim, muscular bodies with efficient organs and great endurance. But, in reality, many of us develop problems like diabetes, endocrine disorders and sometimes, long-term untreated illnesses which affect growth, puberty, reproduction, pituitary, adrenal, thyroid and bone health. When one or more endocrine glands malfunctions, the person’s entire system is often thrown into disarray.

    However, the good news is that the field of endocrinology has made significant progress over the past century. Today, various life-threatening malfunctions of the endocrine system are often manageable when treated by a competent doctor.

    Driven by a strong sense of professional medical ethics, I always first see “the person in the patient”. For me, my patients’ experience, which is the totality of events and interactions that occur in the course of his or her care, is intrinsically important. I try to touch my patients’ life at times of most basic human need, when care and compassion matter the most.

    

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