Dr. Nikhil Narayanaswamy
Consultant - Critical Care Medicine
Dr. Nikhil Narayanaswamy is a consultant in Critical Care Medicine at Aster Whitefield Hospital with over 5 years of experience in the field of critical care medicine. He completed his MD in Anesthesiology from Command Hospital, Air Force, Bengaluru under the aegis of Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences and later the Diplomate of National Board (DNB) degree in anesthesiology under the National Board of Examinations, Delhi.
He underwent specialist training in Critical Care Medicine at Manipal Hospitals, Bengaluru-17, and obtained FNB in Critical Care Medicine. from the National Board of Examinations, Delhi. He is also an American Heart Association Certified Instructor in Basic and Advanced Cardiac Life Support.
- General Critical Care.
- Critical Care Transport.
- Fluid & Nutrition Management in Critically ill.
- Rehabilitation of Critically ill.
- University Rank Holder in MD - anesthesiology.
- 1st Place in Paper Presentation at Bangalore Medical Congress - 2016.
- Rajaram G, Raghu K, Kumar S, Nikhil N. P6 point acupressure versus ondansetron in the prevention of carboprost-induced nausea and vomiting. J Obstet Anaesth Crit Care 2020;10:87-90.
- Joshi M C, Raghu K, Rajaram G, Nikhil N, Kumar S, Singh A. Baseline heart rate as a predictor of post-spinal hypotension in patients undergoing a caesarean section: An observational study. J Obstet Anaesth Crit Care 2018;8:20-3.
- Sharma S P, Raghu K, Nikhil N, Rajaram G, Kumar S, Singh S. Prophylactic administration of ondansetron for prevention of shivering during spinal anaesthesia. Indian Anaesth Forum 2018;19:11-4.
- Raghu K, Kumar S, Rajaram G, Nikhil N, Damodar P. Effect of ondansetron in the prevention of spinal anaesthesia-induced hypotension. J Sci Soc 2018;45:125-8.
- Prabhakaran, K., Raghu, K., & Nikhil N. (2016). Prophylactic administration of dexmedetomidine for prevention of shivering during spinal Anaesthesia. Karnataka Anaesthesia Journal, 2(4), 108.
- Narayanaswamy N, Moodithaya S, Halahalli H, Mirajkar AM. Assessment of Risk Factor for Cardiovascular Disease Using Heart Rate Variability in Postmenopausal Women: A Comparative Study between Urban and Rural Indian Women. ISRN Cardiol. 2013 Jul 11;2013:858921.
- Let’s start talking! Quality of Training in Communication Skills amongst Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Doctors in India - CRITICARE 2020, Hyderabad.
- Code Blue Systems – An Angel’s kiss or Demon’s curse - Bangalore Medical Congress - 2016.
- Assessment of Risk Factor for Cardiovascular Disease Using Heart Rate Variability in Postmenopausal Women: A Comparative Study between Urban and Rural Indian Women. - 3rd Asian and 4th Indian National Medical Students’ Research Conference - 2010.
- Karnataka Medical Council (KMC).
- Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine (ISCCM).
- American Heart Association (AHA).
- Association of Medical Consultants (AMC).