Overview

  • Dr Shashidhar B G completed his MBBS from Dr BR Ambedkar medical college, Bangalore in 2004, after which he did his MD in Anaesthesiology from Seth GS medical college and KEM Hospital, Mumbai in 2009. He then worked in the liver intensive care unit in BGS Global hospital until 2010. Subsequently, he completed his fellowship in national board (FNB) in critical care medicine from Bombay hospital and medical research centre in 2012 followed by a brief stint in Breach Candy hospital, again in Mumbai. He then joined Neuro intensive care unit in Vikram hospital as a Consultant, managing neurological and neurosurgical patients after which he joined Sakra world hospital in critical care department. Since 2015 he has been working in Vikram hospital which is now part of Manipal hospitals.

  • Field of Expertise

  • Has extensive experience in the field of critical care medicine for more than 12 years, manag-ing patients with acute emergencies, septic shock, patients with acute respiratory failure, ARDS, initiation and management of patients on ECMO, approach to disaster management, Difficult airway management and cardiac output monitoring.
  • He has vast experience in managing patients in neuro intensive care unit and in trauma unit.
  • He is actively involved in training of critical care doctors and nurses.
  • He has exceptional communication skills and strongly believes in teamwork and believes that a multi-disciplinary approach results in the best patient outcomes.
  • Fellowship & Membership

  • Member of Indian society of Critical care medicine(ISCCM)
  • Member of Indian society of Anaesthesiologists(ISA)
  • European Society of Intensive Care Medicine(ESICM)
  • Indian medical association (IMA)
  • Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Kannada
  • Hindi
  • Tamil
  • Awards & Achievements

  • DR. TN JHA MEMORIAL and DR. KP. CHANSORIA TRAVEL GRANT Award participation in ISACON Dec 2009
  • BEST PAPER AWARD AND TRAVEL GRANT AWARD in West Zone Conference of Indian Society of An-aesthesiologists, WISACON Oct 2009
  • Poster presentations in national conferences
  • During the 2004 Tsunami, he volunteered in caring for patients at Cuddalore and Nagapatanam for 3 weeks.
  • He was involved in emergency care of patients in KEM hospital during 2008 Mumbai terror attacks.
  • During the 2012 Mumbai terror attacks, he led the team of emergency physicians at Bombay Hospital in triage and resuscitation of patients
  • During COVID 19 pandemic, he was leading a team of consultants and together they managed the overwhelming COVID cases through the pandemic.
  • Talks & Publications

  • Talks in critical care conferences
  • Current aspects in management of COVID 19 world journal of advanced research and review 2020, 08(01), 086-092
  • Authored chapters in books on critical care medicine.

    Fellowship & Membership

  • Member of Indian society of Critical care medicine(ISCCM)
  • Member of Indian society of Anaesthesiologists(ISA)
  • European Society of Intensive Care Medicine(ESICM)
  • Indian medical association (IMA)
  • Overview

  • Dr Shashidhar B G completed his MBBS from Dr BR Ambedkar medical college, Bangalore in 2004, after which he did his MD in Anaesthesiology from Seth GS medical college and KEM Hospital, Mumbai in 2009. He then worked in the liver intensive care unit in BGS Global hospital until 2010. Subsequently, he completed his fellowship in national board (FNB) in critical care medicine from Bombay hospital and medical research centre in 2012 followed by a brief stint in Breach Candy hospital, again in Mumbai. He then joined Neuro intensive care unit in Vikram hospital as a Consultant, managing neurological and neurosurgical patients after which he joined Sakra world hospital in critical care department. Since 2015 he has been working in Vikram hospital which is now part of Manipal hospitals.

  • Field of Expertise

  • Has extensive experience in the field of critical care medicine for more than 12 years, manag-ing patients with acute emergencies, septic shock, patients with acute respiratory failure, ARDS, initiation and management of patients on ECMO, approach to disaster management, Difficult airway management and cardiac output monitoring.
  • He has vast experience in managing patients in neuro intensive care unit and in trauma unit.
  • He is actively involved in training of critical care doctors and nurses.
  • He has exceptional communication skills and strongly believes in teamwork and believes that a multi-disciplinary approach results in the best patient outcomes.
  • Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Kannada
  • Hindi
  • Tamil
  • Awards & Achievements

  • DR. TN JHA MEMORIAL and DR. KP. CHANSORIA TRAVEL GRANT Award participation in ISACON Dec 2009
  • BEST PAPER AWARD AND TRAVEL GRANT AWARD in West Zone Conference of Indian Society of An-aesthesiologists, WISACON Oct 2009
  • Poster presentations in national conferences
  • During the 2004 Tsunami, he volunteered in caring for patients at Cuddalore and Nagapatanam for 3 weeks.
  • He was involved in emergency care of patients in KEM hospital during 2008 Mumbai terror attacks.
  • During the 2012 Mumbai terror attacks, he led the team of emergency physicians at Bombay Hospital in triage and resuscitation of patients
  • During COVID 19 pandemic, he was leading a team of consultants and together they managed the overwhelming COVID cases through the pandemic.
  • Talks & Publications

  • Talks in critical care conferences
  • Current aspects in management of COVID 19 world journal of advanced research and review 2020, 08(01), 086-092
  • Authored chapters in books on critical care medicine.

    Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Kannada
  • Hindi
  • Tamil
  • Overview

  • Dr Shashidhar B G completed his MBBS from Dr BR Ambedkar medical college, Bangalore in 2004, after which he did his MD in Anaesthesiology from Seth GS medical college and KEM Hospital, Mumbai in 2009. He then worked in the liver intensive care unit in BGS Global hospital until 2010. Subsequently, he completed his fellowship in national board (FNB) in critical care medicine from Bombay hospital and medical research centre in 2012 followed by a brief stint in Breach Candy hospital, again in Mumbai. He then joined Neuro intensive care unit in Vikram hospital as a Consultant, managing neurological and neurosurgical patients after which he joined Sakra world hospital in critical care department. Since 2015 he has been working in Vikram hospital which is now part of Manipal hospitals.

  • Fellowship & Membership

  • Member of Indian society of Critical care medicine(ISCCM)
  • Member of Indian society of Anaesthesiologists(ISA)
  • European Society of Intensive Care Medicine(ESICM)
  • Indian medical association (IMA)
  • Field of Expertise

  • Has extensive experience in the field of critical care medicine for more than 12 years, manag-ing patients with acute emergencies, septic shock, patients with acute respiratory failure, ARDS, initiation and management of patients on ECMO, approach to disaster management, Difficult airway management and cardiac output monitoring.
  • He has vast experience in managing patients in neuro intensive care unit and in trauma unit.
  • He is actively involved in training of critical care doctors and nurses.
  • He has exceptional communication skills and strongly believes in teamwork and believes that a multi-disciplinary approach results in the best patient outcomes.
  • Awards & Achievements

  • DR. TN JHA MEMORIAL and DR. KP. CHANSORIA TRAVEL GRANT Award participation in ISACON Dec 2009
  • BEST PAPER AWARD AND TRAVEL GRANT AWARD in West Zone Conference of Indian Society of An-aesthesiologists, WISACON Oct 2009
  • Poster presentations in national conferences
  • During the 2004 Tsunami, he volunteered in caring for patients at Cuddalore and Nagapatanam for 3 weeks.
  • He was involved in emergency care of patients in KEM hospital during 2008 Mumbai terror attacks.
  • During the 2012 Mumbai terror attacks, he led the team of emergency physicians at Bombay Hospital in triage and resuscitation of patients
  • During COVID 19 pandemic, he was leading a team of consultants and together they managed the overwhelming COVID cases through the pandemic.
  • Talks & Publications

  • Talks in critical care conferences
  • Current aspects in management of COVID 19 world journal of advanced research and review 2020, 08(01), 086-092
  • Authored chapters in books on critical care medicine.

    Field of Expertise

  • Has extensive experience in the field of critical care medicine for more than 12 years, manag-ing patients with acute emergencies, septic shock, patients with acute respiratory failure, ARDS, initiation and management of patients on ECMO, approach to disaster management, Difficult airway management and cardiac output monitoring.
  • He has vast experience in managing patients in neuro intensive care unit and in trauma unit.
  • He is actively involved in training of critical care doctors and nurses.
  • He has exceptional communication skills and strongly believes in teamwork and believes that a multi-disciplinary approach results in the best patient outcomes.
  • Fellowship & Membership

  • Member of Indian society of Critical care medicine(ISCCM)
  • Member of Indian society of Anaesthesiologists(ISA)
  • European Society of Intensive Care Medicine(ESICM)
  • Indian medical association (IMA)
  • Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Kannada
  • Hindi
  • Tamil
  • Awards & Achievements

  • DR. TN JHA MEMORIAL and DR. KP. CHANSORIA TRAVEL GRANT Award participation in ISACON Dec 2009
  • BEST PAPER AWARD AND TRAVEL GRANT AWARD in West Zone Conference of Indian Society of An-aesthesiologists, WISACON Oct 2009
  • Poster presentations in national conferences
  • During the 2004 Tsunami, he volunteered in caring for patients at Cuddalore and Nagapatanam for 3 weeks.
  • He was involved in emergency care of patients in KEM hospital during 2008 Mumbai terror attacks.
  • During the 2012 Mumbai terror attacks, he led the team of emergency physicians at Bombay Hospital in triage and resuscitation of patients
  • During COVID 19 pandemic, he was leading a team of consultants and together they managed the overwhelming COVID cases through the pandemic.
  • Talks & Publications

  • Talks in critical care conferences
  • Current aspects in management of COVID 19 world journal of advanced research and review 2020, 08(01), 086-092
  • Authored chapters in books on critical care medicine.
  • Overview

  • Dr Shashidhar B G completed his MBBS from Dr BR Ambedkar medical college, Bangalore in 2004, after which he did his MD in Anaesthesiology from Seth GS medical college and KEM Hospital, Mumbai in 2009. He then worked in the liver intensive care unit in BGS Global hospital until 2010. Subsequently, he completed his fellowship in national board (FNB) in critical care medicine from Bombay hospital and medical research centre in 2012 followed by a brief stint in Breach Candy hospital, again in Mumbai. He then joined Neuro intensive care unit in Vikram hospital as a Consultant, managing neurological and neurosurgical patients after which he joined Sakra world hospital in critical care department. Since 2015 he has been working in Vikram hospital which is now part of Manipal hospitals.

    Awards & Achievements

  • DR. TN JHA MEMORIAL and DR. KP. CHANSORIA TRAVEL GRANT Award participation in ISACON Dec 2009
  • BEST PAPER AWARD AND TRAVEL GRANT AWARD in West Zone Conference of Indian Society of An-aesthesiologists, WISACON Oct 2009
  • Poster presentations in national conferences
  • During the 2004 Tsunami, he volunteered in caring for patients at Cuddalore and Nagapatanam for 3 weeks.
  • He was involved in emergency care of patients in KEM hospital during 2008 Mumbai terror attacks.
  • During the 2012 Mumbai terror attacks, he led the team of emergency physicians at Bombay Hospital in triage and resuscitation of patients
  • During COVID 19 pandemic, he was leading a team of consultants and together they managed the overwhelming COVID cases through the pandemic.
  • Fellowship & Membership

  • Member of Indian society of Critical care medicine(ISCCM)
  • Member of Indian society of Anaesthesiologists(ISA)
  • European Society of Intensive Care Medicine(ESICM)
  • Indian medical association (IMA)
  • Field of Expertise

  • Has extensive experience in the field of critical care medicine for more than 12 years, manag-ing patients with acute emergencies, septic shock, patients with acute respiratory failure, ARDS, initiation and management of patients on ECMO, approach to disaster management, Difficult airway management and cardiac output monitoring.
  • He has vast experience in managing patients in neuro intensive care unit and in trauma unit.
  • He is actively involved in training of critical care doctors and nurses.
  • He has exceptional communication skills and strongly believes in teamwork and believes that a multi-disciplinary approach results in the best patient outcomes.
  • Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Kannada
  • Hindi
  • Tamil
  • Talks & Publications

  • Talks in critical care conferences
  • Current aspects in management of COVID 19 world journal of advanced research and review 2020, 08(01), 086-092
  • Authored chapters in books on critical care medicine.
  • Overview

  • Dr Shashidhar B G completed his MBBS from Dr BR Ambedkar medical college, Bangalore in 2004, after which he did his MD in Anaesthesiology from Seth GS medical college and KEM Hospital, Mumbai in 2009. He then worked in the liver intensive care unit in BGS Global hospital until 2010. Subsequently, he completed his fellowship in national board (FNB) in critical care medicine from Bombay hospital and medical research centre in 2012 followed by a brief stint in Breach Candy hospital, again in Mumbai. He then joined Neuro intensive care unit in Vikram hospital as a Consultant, managing neurological and neurosurgical patients after which he joined Sakra world hospital in critical care department. Since 2015 he has been working in Vikram hospital which is now part of Manipal hospitals.

    Talks & Publications

  • Talks in critical care conferences
  • Current aspects in management of COVID 19 world journal of advanced research and review 2020, 08(01), 086-092
  • Authored chapters in books on critical care medicine.
  • Overview

  • Dr Shashidhar B G completed his MBBS from Dr BR Ambedkar medical college, Bangalore in 2004, after which he did his MD in Anaesthesiology from Seth GS medical college and KEM Hospital, Mumbai in 2009. He then worked in the liver intensive care unit in BGS Global hospital until 2010. Subsequently, he completed his fellowship in national board (FNB) in critical care medicine from Bombay hospital and medical research centre in 2012 followed by a brief stint in Breach Candy hospital, again in Mumbai. He then joined Neuro intensive care unit in Vikram hospital as a Consultant, managing neurological and neurosurgical patients after which he joined Sakra world hospital in critical care department. Since 2015 he has been working in Vikram hospital which is now part of Manipal hospitals.

  • Fellowship & Membership

  • Member of Indian society of Critical care medicine(ISCCM)
  • Member of Indian society of Anaesthesiologists(ISA)
  • European Society of Intensive Care Medicine(ESICM)
  • Indian medical association (IMA)
  • Field of Expertise

  • Has extensive experience in the field of critical care medicine for more than 12 years, manag-ing patients with acute emergencies, septic shock, patients with acute respiratory failure, ARDS, initiation and management of patients on ECMO, approach to disaster management, Difficult airway management and cardiac output monitoring.
  • He has vast experience in managing patients in neuro intensive care unit and in trauma unit.
  • He is actively involved in training of critical care doctors and nurses.
  • He has exceptional communication skills and strongly believes in teamwork and believes that a multi-disciplinary approach results in the best patient outcomes.
  • Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Kannada
  • Hindi
  • Tamil
  • Awards & Achievements

  • DR. TN JHA MEMORIAL and DR. KP. CHANSORIA TRAVEL GRANT Award participation in ISACON Dec 2009
  • BEST PAPER AWARD AND TRAVEL GRANT AWARD in West Zone Conference of Indian Society of An-aesthesiologists, WISACON Oct 2009
  • Poster presentations in national conferences
  • During the 2004 Tsunami, he volunteered in caring for patients at Cuddalore and Nagapatanam for 3 weeks.
  • He was involved in emergency care of patients in KEM hospital during 2008 Mumbai terror attacks.
  • During the 2012 Mumbai terror attacks, he led the team of emergency physicians at Bombay Hospital in triage and resuscitation of patients
  • During COVID 19 pandemic, he was leading a team of consultants and together they managed the overwhelming COVID cases through the pandemic.
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