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Dr Candice Ramdin

Anesthesiology
Registered Number - R-409
San Fernando , San Fernando
Experience - 13 Years
Languages - English

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TT$ 250.00

Profile Description

"Dr. Candice Ramdin is a highly accomplished medical professional with a diverse range of experiences in pain management, research, and anaesthesia. She has held various prestigious positions in renowned healthcare institutions across the United Kingdom and Trinidad and Tobago. Dr. Ramdin served as a Senior Clinical Fellow in Pain Management and Research at The Royal Marsden NHS Trust, where she contributed significantly to advancing the field of pain management through her expertise and research contributions. She also held the position of Honorary Pain Fellow at Hillingdon NHS Trust, further enriching her knowledge and skills in pain management. Additionally, Dr. Ramdin served as a Senior Clinical Fellow in Regional and Ambulatory Anaesthesia at Imperial College HealthCare NHS Trust, where she played a vital role in providing high-quality patient care and advancing anaesthetic techniques. Prior to her UK experience, she worked at San Fernando General Hospital in Trinidad and Tobago as part of the South West Regional Health Authority, gaining extensive clinical expertise and serving the healthcare needs of the local community. Dr. Candice Ramdin's vast experience, dedication to patient care, and commitment to research make her a valuable asset to the medical field."

Qualifications

  • MBBS, DM in Anesthesia & Intensive Care, FFPMRCA(London)

Registrations

    Research: “Prevention of propofol induced pain on injection using lidocaine”-A single centre prospective randomized double blind controlled trial (2015)- as part of DM requirement (post graduate training) E-poster presentation for above project at 17th World Congress of Anaesthesiologists- September 2021 Publication: Adult Noonan’s syndrome and associated severe scoliosis. A case report and discussion of anaesthetic implications. Keevan Singh, Candice Ramdin. Caribbean Medical Journal-May 10,2019

Awards and Recognitions

    Research: “Prevention of propofol induced pain on injection using lidocaine”-A single centre prospective randomized double blind controlled trial (2015)- as part of DM requirement (post graduate training) E-poster presentation for above project at 17th World Congress of Anaesthesiologists- September 2021 Publication: Adult Noonan’s syndrome and associated severe scoliosis. A case report and discussion of anaesthetic implications. Keevan Singh, Candice Ramdin. Caribbean Medical Journal-May 10,2019

Research & Publications

    Research: “Prevention of propofol induced pain on injection using lidocaine”-A single centre prospective randomized double blind controlled trial (2015)- as part of DM requirement (post graduate training) E-poster presentation for above project at 17th World Congress of Anaesthesiologists- September 2021 Publication: Adult Noonan’s syndrome and associated severe scoliosis. A case report and discussion of anaesthetic implications. Keevan Singh, Candice Ramdin. Caribbean Medical Journal-May 10,2019

FAQ’s

Anesthesiology is a medical specialty focused on providing pain relief and managing patient comfort during surgical procedures or other medical interventions.
Yes, Medicas offers online consultations with experienced Anesthesiologists who can provide guidance and answer your questions regarding anesthesia-related concerns.
An Anesthesiologist can administer different types of anesthesia, including general anesthesia (complete unconsciousness), regional anesthesia (numbing a specific region of the body), and local anesthesia (numbing a small area).
During an online consultation, the Anesthesiologist will discuss your medical history, explain the anesthesia options for your procedure, address any concerns you may have, and provide instructions to prepare you for the anesthesia experience.
Yes, Anesthesiologists are skilled in managing post-operative pain. They can develop pain management plans tailored to your needs, ensuring your comfort and facilitating a smooth recovery.
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The intensity of labor pain varies and is managed with breathing techniques, medications.
To reduce labor pain, breathing techniques, epidural (if desired) is suggestd.
A woman may feel intense pressure, cramping during labor pains.
The start of labor pain can feel like mild cramping or discomfort in the lower abdomen, similar to menstrual cramps.
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First time labor pain can be more intense but also varies depending on the person.
Rest is important between contractions but does not stop contractions.
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