Dr Shaji Mathew

Professor

Department of Anaesthesiology

CURRENT ACADEMIC ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES

    Dr Shaji Mathew:

    • Provides anaesthesia to various surgical specialities.
    • Conducts classes, demonstrations and journal clubs.
    • Moderates case presentation by the postgraduate students and publish articles in journal.
    • Guides theses work for postgraduate students.

 

SUBJECTS CURRENTLY TEACHING

Subject Subject code Semester
Anaesthesiology MBBS
Anaesthesiology MD
Anaesthesiology DA

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

Degree Specialisation Institute Year of passing
MD Anaesthesiology Kasturba Medical College, Manipal 1994
MBBS Trivandrum Medical College, Trivandrum 1986

Experience

Institution / Organisation Designation Role Tenure
KMC, Manipal Associate Professor 08/2008 till date
KMC, Manipal Assistant Professor 08/2003 to 08/2008

AREAS OF INTEREST, EXPERTISE AND RESEARCH

Area of Interest

Ultrasound Guided Nerve Block, Airway and Anaesthesia

Area of Expertise

Central Neuraxial Block, Provide Anaesthesia to Various Specialities

Area of Research

Ultrasound Guided Nerve Block

Professional Affiliations & Contributions

Life Member of IMA, 2000.

Life Member of Professional Protection Scheme of IMA. Karnataka, 2010.

Dilemma about arterial placement of subclavian CVC after radiography- lessons learnt in a case of mediastinal shift

2014-01-01 Mathew S Goyal K Chaudhari S Kumar A Abdulsamad A

Indian J Anaesth

Safe intubation in morquio syndrome: A challenge for the anaesthesiologist

2013-01-04 Chaudhari S Kumar A Mathew S Venkatesh S

JOACP

Intraoperative management of atrial fibrillation in a patient with restrictive cardiomyopathy

2013-01-09 Kumar A Mathew S Srinivasan NM

Anesth Essays Res

Mean versus median in tables and figures

2013-01-06 Joseph TT Mathew S Amjad AS Ballal K

Anaesth Analg, 2013.

A prospective observational study of the outcome of central venous catheterization in 100 patients

2013-01-01 Kumar A Srinivasan NM Thakkar JM Mathew S

Anaesth Essays Res

Displacement of optimally placed subclavian central venous catheter- retrospection after radiography

2013-01-07 Kumar A Chaudhari S Mathew S Goyal K

JOACP

Airway management in Escobar syndrome: A formidable challenge

2013-01-11 Mathew S Chaudhari S Kumar A Joseph TT

Ind J Anaesth

Anaesthetic management of a child with corrected transposition of great vessel undergoing non cardiac surgery

2013-01-01 Mathew S Umesh G Kumar A Srinivasan NM

Saudi J Anaesth