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Dr. K N Ramesh

Dr. K N Ramesh

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MBBS, MD - General Medicine

Internal Medicine

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General Physician

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21 Years Experience Overall  (20 years as specialist)

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A specialist in Internal Medicine & Geriatrics, Dr. Ramesh has extensive expertise in Internal Medicine, Elderly Care Medicine, Post-stroke Rehabilitation Medicine, Infections, Clinical Neurology, Non-invasive Cardiology, Diabetology and Emergency Medicine. With both training and work experience in India and the UK, he has a track record spanning two decades in this realm.In addition to experience as a post graduate teacher at Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore (RGUHS), Dr. Ramesh has also been an examiner (DNB - Family Medicine) and Indira Gandhi National Open University, Delhi (IGNOU).

Cunningham Road, Bangalore

Fortis Hospital

4.0

14, Cunningham Road, Landmark: Near Sigma Mall, Bangalore

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Mon - Sat

03:00 - 04:30

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Common questions & answers

Q: Can an internal medicine specialist treat children?

A: Internal medicine is a field of medical practise which involves the treatment of adults and deals with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases in adults.

Q: Is an internist and internal medicine specialist the same?

A: Internal medicine specialists primarily treat adults and in rare cases treat children. An internal medicine specialist with combined pediatric training, however, can treat children.

Q: What type of education do you need to become internal medicine specialist?

A: Not all internal medicine specialists perform surgery except a trained specialist who has additional qualification and training in specific surgical procedures.

Q: What kind of treatment does the internal medicine specialist give?

A: Yes. Internal medicine specialists are the same as internists.

Q: When should I see an internal medicine specialist?

A: Yes. Internal medicine has a number of specialties, such as: 1. Haematology 2. Allergy and immunology 3. Cardiovascular disease 4. Gastroenterology 5. Oncology 6. Nephrology 7. Rheumatology 8. Pulmonary diseases

Education

MBBS - Government Medical College , Bellary, 1994
MD - General Medicine - Vijayanagara Institute of Medical Sciences (VIMS), Bellary, 2000

Memberships

Organising Secretary of API
Honorary Secretary for Doctors and Teaching Faculties Welfare Association - Kolar
Member of the Organizing committee for District level medicine science fare

Experience

Post Graduate Teacher at Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore

Registrations

38564 Karnataka Medical Council, 1994

Trainings and Certifications

CCD (Diabetology) - MV Diabetic Centre, UK, 2010
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