MBBS, MS ( General Surgery), MCh (Urology) -Urology
Dr. Venkatesh Krishnamoorthy: Urology specialist in Bangalore
Dr. Venkatesh Krishnamoorthy practices at NU Hospitals. Professional qualification of Dr. Venkatesh Krishnamoorthy are MBBS, MS ( General Surgery), MCh (Urology) and specializes in Urology with an Experience of 30 Years. Dr. Venkatesh says that NU Hospitals emphasises that the entire hospital is for the sake of the patient. The infrastructure, the equipment, the doctors, the hospital staff, the processes – everything is meant for the sake of the patient. The patient is at the centre of all the activities at NU Hospitals and it is made sure that he or she is treated with compassion. Further, the process of ensuring that the patient is at the centre of all the hospital’s activities should be seamless and this is implemented through good teamwork between departments, personnel and teams. The core values of NU Hospitals are repeatedly emphasised to the doctors and the hospital staff in all activities and these values are therefore an integral part of the culture at NU Hospitals.
Language:Kannada, English, Hindi and Tamil
MBBS, Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore – 575 001 (1976-81)
M.S. (General Surgery), Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore – 575 001 (Jan.83 – Dec.85)
M.Ch. (Urology), Kasturba Medical College, MANIPAL – 576 119, INDIA (Aug.86 –Jun 89)
FRCS, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons from Glasgow,UK (March 2014)
Awards and Publications
Talk on ‘Neurogenic Bladder’ at the annual C.M.E. Programme in Surgery. Best lecture award.
Attended and won the Urology-Quiz competition at the Annual Conference of Calicut Urology Club.
MCYT: Cytotherapy 2010 – Functional recovery after transplantation of bone marrow derived human mesenchymal stromal cells in rat model of spinal cord injury –Cytotherapy – By: Pal; Gopinath; Rao; Banerjee; Krishnamoorthy; Venkataramana; Totey
The Medicine and Surgery. August 1988: 34-36. Posterior Lumbotomy approach for Renal and Upper Ureteral Calculi
1988 – Indian Journal of Urology: ‘Clean intermittent catheterization in Non- neurogenic urinary retention’.
1997 – Renal Oncocytomas – Indian Journal of Surgery.? 1997 – Renal Oncocytomas – Indian Journal of Surgery
2012 –Indian Journal of Urology -False Urethral Anastomosis: Ind. J. Urol. Apr-Jun 2012: 28;222-3.
2012 – Indian Journal of Urology – “Length of urethra in the Indian adult male population” (Jul-Sep 2012, Vol. 28, Issue 3, Page 297-299).
Written a chapter in “A Handbook of Patient Safety” – “What are Process and SOPs?” published by RGUHS in 2012.
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