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About Dr. Vyom Bhargava:
Dr Vyom Bhargava is a neurosurgeon with special interest in Spinal surgery and Minimally Invasive (Micro-Endoscopic) Neurosurgery. He did MBBS form King George’s Medical College, Lucknow(1) (one of the oldest and best medical college of India) in 1992. Followed by MS (General Surgery)from GSVM Medical College, Kanpur in 1996 and MCh (Neurosurgery) from Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (2), Lucknow in 1999. He is also Diplomat of National Board of examinations (Neurosurgery), New Delhi since 2001. He was a visiting trainee at National Institute of Mental Health and Neural Sciences, Bangalore, India in Neurotrauma and Neuropathology in 1999.
He is full time consultant Neurosurgeon at HMC Neuro-Trauma and Spine Center, Ludhiana/Moga, Punjab. and Visiting Neurosurgeon at Jindal Neuro Trauma Hospital, Yamuna Nagar, Haryana & Tantia Hospital, Ganganagar, Rajasthan. In the past he has served as a consultant neurosurgeon at LTM Medical College (Sion, Mumbai), Bhopal Memorial Hospital and research center (Bhopal), MD Oswal Cancer and General Hospital (Ludhiana), Christian Medical College (Ludhiana), Deep Hospital (Ludhiana), Bassi Hospital (Ludhiana), & Mediciti Hospital (Ludhiana). At All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, he was appointed as a consultant in Neurosurgery and visited Department of Orthopedics for complex spine surgery as a fellow.
He was a Visiting Fellow for minimally Invasive Surgery with Richard G Fessler (Northwestern Medical Center, Chicago) and H D Jho (UPMC Presbyterian, Pittsburgh, PA) and International Fellow with Prof VKH Sonntag, Prof Robert F Spetzler, Curtis A Dickman and Harold Rekate (Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, Arizona). He was a clinical Fellow ( MicroVascular and Skull Base Neurosurgery) at Department of Neurosurgery, Fujita Health University, Aichi, Japan with Prof Tetsuo Kanno & Prof Hirotoshi Sano. Moreover, he has worked as a Clinical Fellow (Spinal surgery and Microneurosurgery) with Dr P S Ramani (Leelawati Hospital, Mumbai), Dr B K Misra (PD Hinduja Hospital, Mumbai), Dr Atul Goel (KEM Hospital, Mumbai), Dr VJ Lahiri (Spinal orthopedic surgeon, KEM Hospital, Mumbai), Dr S Y Bhojraj (Spinal orthopedic surgeon, P D Hinduja Hospital, Mumbai).
Research work:Carcinoma Prostate (R K Garg Memorial Best Paper award of Association of Surgeons of India, UP, 1995-96)Craniovertebral Junction (SGPGIMS, Lucknow)Thoracoscopic spine surgery (BNI, Phoenix)Old Spinal Injuries (HMC Hospital, Moga)Minimally Invasive Approaches to thoacolumbar spineMinimally invasive technique for dumbbell Neurofibroma without disturbing the spine
Publications:S Behari, S R Nayak, Vyom Bhargava, D Banerji, DK Chhabra, VK jain. Craniovertebral Tuberculosis: Protocol of Surgical Management: Neurosurgery, 2003, 52, 72-81.S Behari, Vyom Bhargava, S R Nayak, MV Kiran Kumar, D Banerji, DK Chhabra, VK jain. Congenital Reducible Atlantoaxial Dislocation: Classification and Surgical Considerations. Acta Neurochir 2002, 144, 1165-77.Sanjay Behari, Vyom Bhargava, Vijendra K Jain, Deepu Banerji, Devendra K Chhabra. Management of pediatric congenital fixed atlantoaxial dislocation: Neurosurgery, 1999, 45(3), 832-33. (Abs)VK Jain, S Behari, P Mittal, D Banerji, Vyom Bhargava, DK Chhabra. Transoral decompression for craniovertebral osseous anomalies: Perioperative management dilemma: Neurology India, 1999, 47(3), 188-195.Naik S, Behari S, Bhargava V, Jain VK, Chhabra DK. Management of congenital reducible atlantoaxial dislocation. Neurology India: 1999, 47, (Suppl 1), 78.Vyom Bhargava, V K Jain, S Behari, D Banerji, DK Chhabra. Transoral surgery for CV Junction anomalies in pediatric cases. Neurology India: 1998, 46, (Suppl 1), 78.VK Jain, S Behari, D Banerji, V Bhargava, DK Chhabra. Transoral decompression for craniovertebral osseous anomalies: Neurology India, 1997, 45 (Suppl. 1), 19.Vyom Bhargava, S Sharma, S Behari, VK Jain, D Banerji, DK Chhabra. Atlantoaxial dislocation with rare association: Rotary subuxation and Hematomyelia: Neurology India, 1997, 45 (Suppl. 1).V Bhargava, VK Malhotra, A Agarwal. A comparative value of tumor markers in cancer prostate: Surgery, 1996, 10, 31-34.Vyom Bhargava. Minimally invasive techniques and approaches in neurosurgery: Progress in Clinical Neuroscience: CME book of MP Neurocon, 2002.Jain VK, Behari S, Bhargava V. Management of Fixed atlantoaxial dislocation. Progress in Clinical Neurosciences: 1999, 14, 77-93.
Chapter in book:V K Jain, S Behari, V Bhargava, D Banerji, R Kumar, DK Chhabra. Bony craniovertebral anomalies: The SGPGI experience: In Craniovertebgral Anomalies – The Indian Experience. (Ed-Jain VK, Behari S). 1997, 198-208. SGPGIMS, Lucknow
Edited book:Vivek Kumar, Vyom Bhargava. Progress in Clinical Neuroscience. CME book for MP Neurocon (Bhopal), 2002.
Papers presented in conferences:V Bhargava, VK Malhotra, A Agarwal, R Verma. Significance and evaluation of serum Prostate Specific Antigen in the treatment of carcinoma prostate. 21st Annual conference of ASI (UP), 1995 (Agra)VK Malhotra, SN Shankhwar, RK Varma, V Bhargava, AK Agarwal. Is short stay hospitalization rewarding ? A study of common surgical diseases. 21st Annual conference of ASI (UP), 1995 (Agra)V Bhargava, DK Mittal, SN Sankhwar. Knotted catheter in urethra. A case report. 21st Annual conference of ASI (UP), 1995 (Agra)Vyom Bhargava, VK Malhotra. Role of tumor markers in management of CA prostate. 22st Annual conference of ASI (UP), 1995 (Bareily).KK Mukherjee, VK Jain, D Banerji, S Behari, V Bhargava, DK Chhabra. Early surgery in aneurismal subarachnoid hemorrhage. UP Neurocon, 1997 (Kanpur).VK Jain, S Behari, D Banerji, V Bhargava, DK Chhabra. Transoral decompression for craniovertebral osseous anomalies. Annual meeting of neurological society of India, 1997 (Jaipur).Vyom Bhargava, S Sharma, S Behari, VK Jain, D Banerji, DK Chhabra. Atlantoaxial dislocation with rare association: Rotary subuxation and Hematomyelia (Poster). Annual meeting of neurological society of India, 1997 (Jaipur).Vyom Bhargava, V K Jain, S Behari, D Banerji, DK Chhabra. Transoral surgery for CV Junction anomalies in pediatric cases. Annual meeting of neurological society of India, 1998 (Trivendrum).Sanjay Behari, Vyom Bhargava, Vijendra K Jain, Deepu Banerji, Devendra K Chhabra. Management of pediatric congenital fixed atlantoaxial dislocation: Annual meeting of Congress of Neurological Surgeons, 1999 (Boston).Naik S, Behari S, Bhargava V, Jain VK, Chhabra DK. Management of congenital reducible atlantoaxial dislocation. Annual meeting of neurological society of India, 1999 (Hyderabad).Vyom Bhargava, VK Jain, S Behari, D Banerji, S Nayak, R Kumar, P Mittal, DK Chhabra. Surgical Management of congenital reducible atlantoaxial dislocation (Poster). The 3rd Asian Congress of Neurological Surgeons, 2000 (Nagoya).Harsh Saxena, Vyom Bhargava, FB Singh. Surgery for aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage: An early experience. Annual MP Neurocon, 2002 (Bhopal).Mridul Shahi, Vyom Bhargava. Trans-sphenoidal surgery for pituitary tumors: a preliminary experience. Annual MP Neurocon, 2002 (Bhopal).Vyom Bhargava. First year of independent neurosurgery: Some lessons learned. Annual MP Neurocon, 2002 (Bhopal).Mahendra Singh Chauhan, FB Singh, Vyom Bhargava. CP angle tumor surgery: An early experience. Annual MP Neurocon, 2002 (Bhopal).Vyom Bhargava. Spinal Injury: How much bad is too bad and how much old is too old? Annual Meeting of Neurological Society of India. 2009 (Lucknow)Vyom Bhargava. Spinal surgery is useful in neurological recovery even years after spinal injury. Combined Annual Conference of Neurological Society of India and Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Dec 2010 (Jaipur)Vyom Bhargava. Thoracolumbar anterior approach is very safe even for serious and old patients. Annual Conference of Neurological Society of India 2011 (BANGALORE)
Scholarships and Award:District Junior Merit Scholarship (Lucknow), 1980-83Unified State Merit Scholarship (Uttar Pradesh), 1983-85National Talent Search Scholar (UP)1986Hargbind Foundation Medical Fellow, 2001
Memberships:Congress of Neurological Surgeon (USA)Asian Conference of Neurological Surgeons (Japan)Neurological Society of India (India)New York Academy of Science (USA)Association of Surgeons of India (UP chapter)National Academy Medical Sciences (India)American Association of Neurological Surgeons (USA)Spinal Cord Society (Indian chapter)Indian Medical Association (Ludhiana & Moga Chapters)National Society of Neurotrauma (India)Chaired session:
Intramedullary spinal tumors at Combined Annual Conference of Neurological Society of India and Congress of Neurological Surgeons, Dec 2010 (Jaipur)
Personal milestone:2001 Aneurysms, Trans-sphenoidal microsurgery, Microdiscectomy, Minimally Invasive Unilateral approach for lumbar canal stenosis2002 Endoscope guided Transsphenoidal excision of pituitary tumor, Complete removal of Acoustic Neuroma with functional facial nerve preservation2003 Cervical disc preserving surgery, Vertebral replacement, Brainstem tumor surgery.2004 Endoscopic cervical disc, Endoscopic ventricle surgery, Complete removal of Intramedullary spinal tumor , Glomus Jugulae excision2005 Endoscopic MCA aneurysm, Endoscopic CSF rhinorrhoea repair, Endoscopic Colloid cyst removal,2006 Endoscopic interlaminar removal of cervical intraspinal Neurofibroma, Surgery for Neglected Old spinal injury cases2007 Minimally Invasive Thoraco_Lumbar lateral approach2008 Endoscopic Transoral Odontoidectomy, Endoscope guided Pineal tumor removal2011 Endoscope guided Tethered cord release2012 Intraspinal Dumbell neurofibroma through Spine preserving Transforaminal approach
Equipment and Tools:
Neurosurgical OT with dedicated and experienced staff
Well equippedSurgical Microscope : Leica (Switzerland) and Carl Zeiss (Germany)C-Arm- 9” Meditronics-Philips (India)Micro-Drill: Midas-Rex Legend (USA), and Stryker (USA)Endoscopic system: Karl Storz (Germany)CUSA:
Neuro-ICU: well equipped with trained and experienced staffVentilators: SeimensPatient monitors: Spacelab, L&T, MarquetInfusion pumps: BBraunCentralized gas supplyResuscitation equipments