Dr. Damanjit Duggal
More than twenty-five years of experience in handling critical care and diabetes!
A recognized name in patient care due to her experience of more twenty-five years, Dr Damanjit Duggal is a health service provider with strong ethical values. She is a physician and critical care specialist in addition to being an instructor for basic life support and advanced cardiac life support.
She has the distinction of leading the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of B M Birla Heart Research Centre, Kolkata; Sir Ramachandra Medical College, Chennai; and Ruby Hall Clinic, Pune. She is also renowned for setting up an ICU at Sir Aurbindo Sewa Kendra, Kolkata.
Dr Damanjit completed her MBBS from B J Medical College, Pune before obtaining MD from the same institute. She is also certified in Indian Diploma in Critical Care (IDCC) course in critical care, which makes her qualified to handle any critical situation that requires life support. She is an eligible teacher for IDCCM and respiratory medicine.
She is also certified in Observer Bronchoscopy; Course in Echocardiography; Ultrasound in Critical care – Win Focus September 2011. She completed Postgraduate Programme in Diabetology with distinction from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, University in Baltimore, USA.
Dr Damanjit is one of the most experienced clinicians in the city to be trusted in situations when an emergency strikes. If you are looking to consult someone to manage acute diabetes and critical care specialist, book an appointment with Dr Damanjit now.
- Observer Bronchoscopy- Sep 1990 to Nov 1990
- Course in Echoardiography – Oct. 2007
- Ultrasound in Critical care- Win focus September 2011
- Post graduate programme in Diabetology with distinction from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine – May 2014
- Registered with Maharashtra Medical Council-57244
Dr. Damanjit DuggalMBBS, MD, IDCCM
- Role of magnesium as a Prophylactic Anti Arrythmic in Acute Myocardial.
- Signal averaged ECG in early detection of Arrhythmias in patients of Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy.
- Poor “R” Wave progression in the precordial leads as a criteria for diagnosis of LV Hypertrophy.
- Presence of “Q” Waves in the ECG not necessarily indicative of Transmural. Infarction. Co investigator in The Create Study.
- Co investigator in The Genius Study.
- Co investigator in The Trust Trial.