Even though Dr Mohit Sharma is a Super-Specialist, he keeps himself abreast with the latest in the field of Gastroenterology, so that you get the latest & best quality of treatment available.
Observer in department of Surgical Gastroenterology, SGPGI, Lucknow February 2011
Observer in Liver transplantation & Hepato-pancreatico biliary surgery at ASAN medical center, Seoul, South Korea June 2011
Training in laparoscopic colorectal surgery, All India institute of medical sciences, New Delhi July 2010
Observer in “Thoracic Oncology”, Tata Memorial hospital, Mumbai March 2014
Revised basic course workshop in medical education technologies conducted by Christian Medical College, Ludhiana August 2017
Bariatric leadership initiative in surgical skills, Virinchi Hospital, Hyderabad organized by Ethicon April 2018
Invited Resourced Personnel in
GI Masterclass “ Current best practice in Gastrointestinal Cancers” August 2015, BGS Global hospital, Bangalore Topic - Carcinoma Esophagus current NCCN Guidelines
ASI- Northern chapter conference October 2015, Govt Medical College, Tanda, Himachal Pradesh Topic - Cholangiocarcinoma- Surgical management
GISICON November 2015, Govt Medical college, Jammu“ Topic-Management of Acute infective necrotizing pancreatitis surgeon versus physician perspective”
47thAMASI Skill course and FMAS Examination March 2017 Christian Medical College, Ludhiana Topic- Laparoscopic inguinal hernia anatomy
GI Masterclass “ Controversies & Current Best Practices in Digestive Diseases” August 2017, BGS Global hospital, Bangalore Topic- Management of bile duct injury- A case capsule
GI Masterclass “Lessons learned in GI practice” August 2018, BGS Global hospital, Bangalore. Topic – Iatrogenic bile duct stricture.
ESOINDIA 2020 Feb 2020 Sri Ramchandra Institute, Chennai.
Association of surgeon of India (ASI)
Indian association of surgical gastroenterology (IASG)
Association of minimal access surgery of India (AMASI)
Association of surgical society of alimentary tract, USA (SSAT)
Publications in Indexed Journals
1. Singh K, Singh B, Sharma M. A comparative study of skin wound closure with skin stapler versus suture. Indian J Ssurgery 2001;63(4):301-4
2. Venugopal A, Mahesh S, Lekha V, Jacob G, Bedi MM, Gandhi M, Sharma M, Jacob M, Ramesh H. Intussusception due to ileal metastases from renal cell carcinoma. Tropical Gastroenterol 2007 Jan- Mar;28(1):35-6
3. Sharma M, Ramesh H Critic on T tube in intestinal perforations in children. World Journal of surgery 2008;32:2607-11
4. Sharma M, Bedi MM, Mahesh S, Gandhi M, Antony R, Mukkadda R J, Lekha V, Ramesh H. Arteriovenous malformation of pancreatic head- difficulties in diagnosis and treatment. Indian J. Gastroentreol 2011 Feb;31(1):46-8
5. Sharma M. Management of complicated hepatic hydatid disease with concomitant splenic hydatidosis. CIBTech Journal of surgery.2012; 1(2):23-6.
6. Sharma M, Singh R, Singh N. Xanthogranulomatous cholecystitis- a masquerade of carcinoma gall bladder. CIBTech Journal of surgery.2014;3(2):13-6
7. Sharma M, Singh R, Grover AS. Peutz-jeghers syndrome with synchronous Adenocarcinoma arising from ileal polyps. Indian Journal of surgery.2015;77(1):100-102
8. Sharma M, Singh R, Singh N. Surgical management of gastric corrosive stricture. CIBTech Journal of surgery.2015;1(4):1-4
9. Sharma M, Singh R, Singh N. Management of iatrogenic bile duct injury in cholecystectomy: a single center experience. International surgery journal.2017;Jan(4):29-34
10. Sharma M, Singh R. Iatrogenic duodenal injury in laparoscopic cholecystectomy: A fatal complication. New Indian Journal of surgery. DOI:https://dx.doi.org/10.21088/nijs.0976. 4747.9218.9
11. Sharma M, Singh R. Carcinoma of the gall bladder: 8 year experience from a tertiary care centre, Punjab, India. International Surgery Journal. 2019 Jun;6(6):1912-1916
12. Sharma M, Singh R. Nonbiliary Complications of Laparoscopic cholecystectomy: A Single-center Experience. World J Lap Surg2019;12(2):49-52
13. Sharma M, Singh R. Acid corrosive injury of stomach: management and long term outcome. International Surgery Journal.2020 Sep;7(9):2875-2878
14. Sharma M, Singh R. Transhiatal Esophagectomies: Short and Long term Outcomes. New Indian Journal of Surgery. DOI:https://dx.doi.org/10.21088/nijs.0976.4747.11120.5
Authored a chapter . Endocrine and metabolic response to surgery and trauma. In: Haribhakti S, Soni H, editors. Surgical Gastroenterology .2nd ed. Hyderabad: Paras Medical Publisher, 2014; p 8-14.
Dr. Mohit Sharma conducts consultation at below location
Dr Mohit Gastro Surgery Clinic
#12, first floor, Doctor's complex, Opposite Govt Eye & ENT hospital, Majitha Road, Amritsar-143001
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