• My philosophy on treating patients is simple. I try to picture you as my family member and treat you in the same way with the respect, care and dignity. I would like to explain your ailment and guide you through the treatment options available for a safe and successful outcome.
  • My approach to the practice of vascular surgery is also quite simple. Vascular surgery is a fairly young and dynamic surgical speciality.
  • It is an exciting time to be involved in this field as we have evolved from being a ‘vascular surgeon’ providing open surgical treatment to ‘vascular and endovascular surgeon‘ wherein we use minimally invasive techniques as a standalone option or as an ‘hybrid’ option to treat blood vessel disorders.
  • The advantage to performing these minimally invasive procedures as well as surgery is that I can provide a safe, durable high quality solution, keeping in mind the future needs of the individual.
  • There are only a few specialists involved in the treatment of vascular disease who have this breadth of expertise.

Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Training

  • I was fortunate to have trained in vascular and endovascular surgery at Jain Institute of Vascular Sciences, one of the best and oldest vascular departments in India where there was a major focus on the healing of wounds caused by peripheral vascular disease (nonhealing wounds and gangrene) and diabetic foot.
  • Later a fellowship at the National University HospitalSingapore followed which predominantly focused on procedures to maintain dialysis access and disorders of the aorta like aortic aneurysm and aortic dissections. Both Institutes were high-volume centers of excellence which helped me develop to become the vascular surgeon I am today
  • MBBS
  • MS (General Surgery)
  • DNB (General Surgery)
  • MRCS (Royal College of Edinburgh UK)
  • DNB (Peripheral Vascular surgery)
  • FEVS (Fellowship in Vascular and Endovascular Surgery),  National University Hospital(Singapore)
  • Assistant Professor of Vascular Surgery, Sri Jayadeva Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences and Research.
  • Consultant Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon at Trinity Heart Foundation and Trinity Central Hospital
  • Endovascular management of postthrombotic Ilio-iliac arteriovenous fistula with occluded common iliac vein: A case report and literature review. Indian J VascEndovasc Surg2018;5:182-5.
  • Analysis of risk factors and complications in postpartum lower extremity deep vein thrombosis patients at a single center. Indian J VascEndovasc Surg2018;5:22-5
  • Degenerative venous aneurysm of a reverse saphenous vein femoral artery to femoral artery cross over graft: Case report and literature review of saphenous vein graft aneurysm. Indian J VascEndovasc Surg 2017;4:169-72.
  • Endovascular management of inflammatory superior mesenteric artery aneurysm: A case report and review of the literature. Indian J VascEndovasc Surg2018;5:187-90.
  • Anastomotic pseudoaneurysm of the brachioradialis artery. Indian J VascEndovasc Surg2019;6:129-31.
  • Vascular Leiomyoma of the Leg. Indian J VascEndovasc Surg 2019;6:211-4.
  • Emergency Endovascular Management of Ruptured Mycotic Aneurysm of the Iliac Artery Using “Bare Stent-Graft Technique”. Indian J VascEndovasc Surg2019;6:194-7.
  • Endovascular Stenting of Spontaneous Isolated Dissection of the Superior Mesenteric Artery. Indian J VascEndovasc Surg 2019;6:190-3.
  • Topical NATROX® oxygen wound therapy on patients with ischemic foot ulcers – A case series. Indian JVascEndovasc Surg 2020;7:50-3.
  • Resource Utilization and Cost Effectiveness of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) Versus Moist Wound Therapy (MWT) in Management of Diabetic Foot Transmetatarsal Amputation (TMA). Indian J Surg (2017).
  • Perioperative complications after revascularization in diabetic and nondiabetic chronic limb-threatening ischemia patients and its relation with preoperative hemoglobin A1c. Indian J VascEndovasc Surg 2020;7:54-7.
  • Comparative study of outcomes between single-vessel versus multiple- vesselinfrapoplitealangioplastiesinpatientswithchroniclimb-threatening ischemia. Indian J VascEndovascSurg2020;7:129-35
  • Idiopathic Proximal Ulnar Artery Aneurysm. Indian JVasc Endovasc Surg 2020;7:187-9
  • Co-author of a chapter titled “Diabetic foot ulcers” in book “Leg ulcersand management”, Jaypee publications, Editors: Dr.Sacchidanand.S, Dr.Eswari.L, Dr.Shilpa K, Authors of the chapter: Dr.Vivekanand, Dr. Vaibhav Lende, Dr Sravan.C.P.S(Chapter number13)
  • ESVS, Lyon, 2017 – “Endovascular Management OfA

Saccular Aneurysm In The Supra-SMA Region Of Aorta Occluding The Celiac Trunk, In A Patient With Behcet’s Disease “

  • Attended 22nd European Vascular Course, 4-6 March 2018,Maastricht,

The Netherlands

  • VSICON 2016 – “Negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) versusmoist wound therapy (MWT): Analysis of efficacy and cost effectiveness in management of diabetic foot transmetatarsal amputation(TMA)”
  • VSICON 2018 – “Endovascular Stenting OfSpontaneous Isolated Dissection Of Superior Mesenteric Artery (SID–SMA) – A Case Report And Literature Review”
    • VSICON 2018 – “Retograde Open Mesenteric Stenting (ROMS)for chronic mesenteric ischemia- a casereport”.
    • VSICON 2018 -“Paclitaxel drug coated balloon and plain balloon for infrapopliteal angioplasty- 6 months outcome in critical limbischemia”
    • VSICON 2018 – “Clinical Outcomes Of Single Or More Than OneTibial Artery Revascularization In Critical Limb Ischemia”
    • ASICON 2014 – “An Enigmatic Mediastinalmass”.

TN&P ASICON 2014 -“Thyroid carcinoma andmediastinum”

  • “Early enteral feeding vs late enteral feeding in patients undergoing upper gastrointestinal surgery in Govt Rajaji Hospital, Madurai”
  • “Paclitaxel drug-coated balloon and plain balloon for-infra popliteal angioplasty- 6 months outcome in critical limb ischemia”.
1100 Happy Patients
25 Certificates
15 Winning Awards
10 Years Experience

Expert Treatment for All Vascular Problems

Varicose Veins & Venous Disorders

Veins are thin walled vessels through which impure blood is carried back to the heart.

Dialysis Access Surgery

Arterio-Venous Fistula (AVF), which is a connection of an artery and a vein (most commonly in the lower arm or wrist) that allows blood to flow from the artery directly into the adjacent vein.

Diabetic Foot Care

Diabetic foot refers to pathology that results specifically from diabetes. Because of the nerve dysfunction that is related to diabetes (diabetic neuropathy), patients have a decreased

Peripheral Arterial Disease

Plaque buildup in the arteries(called atherosclerosis) that carry blood to your head, organs, and limbs.Plaque is made up of fat, cholesterol, calcium, fibrous tissue can harden

Deep Vein Thrombosis

Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is a blood clot that develops within a deep vein in the body, usually in the leg. This is a serious condition if a piece of blood clot breaks off into the bloodstream and blocks.

Aortic Aneurysm (AAA)

An aneurysm is a bulge in the artery wall weakened by atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), smoking, hypertension, or other causes Vessel walls.

Aortic Dissection

An aortic dissection is a serious life threatening condition in which the inner layer of the aorta, the large blood vessel branching off the heart, tears and splits open.

Carotid Artery Disease

Carotid Artery Disease (CAD) is a condition where the carotid arteries become narrowed or blocked (‘occluded’) by a buildup of plaque that.

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS) is a group of conditions where the nerves, arteries and/or veins in the “thoracic outlet”, or the path from your lower neck to your arm pit are compressed.

Upper Limb Ischemia

Plaque is made up of fat, cholesterol, calcium, fibrous tissue can harden and narrow the arteries Limits the flow of oxygen-rich blood from your heart to your hands, legs, head, kidneys.

Renal Artery Stenosis

Renal artery stenosis disease is a condition caused due to hardening of renal arteries(atherosclerosis). ‘Plaque’ builds up in the artery walls because of cholesterol, diabetes and hypertension.

Central Venous Access Devices (CVADs)

Central Venous Access Devices (CVADs) are small plastic tubes placed, which help doctors for easy and quick access to the.