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Dr Kimberly Rampersad

General Practitioner
Registered Number - R-815
Debe , Debe
Experience - 2 Years
Languages - English

Consultation Fees
   
TT$ 175.00

Profile Description

“Dr. Kimberly Rampersad is a dedicated medical professional currently serving as a Medical Doctor at Barrackpore Medical Center and Private Hospital since January 2023. With a commitment to providing comprehensive healthcare, she delivers expert medical care to her patients. Dr. Rampersad's journey in medicine began as a Medical Intern at San Fernando General Hospital, where she gained valuable hands-on experience and developed a strong foundation in various medical disciplines. Her internship allowed her to work closely with a diverse patient population, further honing her clinical skills and deepening her understanding of patient care. With a passion for helping others and a drive for continuous learning, Dr. Kimberly Rampersad strives to make a positive impact on her patients' lives by delivering high-quality medical care and promoting their overall well-being.”

Qualifications

  • MBBS

Registrations

    Title: Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine by Patients with End-Stage Renal Disease on Hemodialysis in Trinidad: A Descriptive Study Author: Dr. M. Bahall Abstract: This descriptive study aims to explore the utilization of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) among patients with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) undergoing hemodialysis in Trinidad. The study examines the types of CAM therapies used, the reasons for their use, and the perceived benefits and limitations. The findings provide insights into the prevalence and patterns of CAM utilization within this patient population. Introduction: Introduce the background and rationale for studying the use of CAM among ESRD patients on hemodialysis. Discuss the growing interest in CAM therapies and the need for a comprehensive understanding of their utilization in this specific population. Methodology: Describe the study design, including the selection of participants from hemodialysis centers in Trinidad. Outline the data collection methods, such as structured interviews and questionnaires, used to gather information on the types of CAM therapies employed by the participants. Results: Present the quantitative and qualitative findings obtained from the study. Highlight the prevalence of CAM usage, the specific types of therapies utilized, and the reported reasons for their adoption. Include any notable trends or patterns observed. Discussion: Analyze the implications of the study's findings within the context of ESRD management. Discuss the potential benefits and limitations of CAM use in this patient population, considering factors such as symptom relief, quality of life, adherence to conventional treatments, and potential interactions or risks. Conclusion: Summarize the key findings of the study and their significance. Emphasize the need for further research to investigate the effectiveness, safety, and integration of CAM therapies into the overall management of ESRD patients on hemodialysis. Acknowledgment for Data Collection: We extend our sincere gratitude to all participants who generously shared their experiences and insights during this study. We would also like to acknowledge the dedicated team of data collectors who meticulously gathered and entered the information for analysis.

Awards and Recognitions

    Title: Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine by Patients with End-Stage Renal Disease on Hemodialysis in Trinidad: A Descriptive Study Author: Dr. M. Bahall Abstract: This descriptive study aims to explore the utilization of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) among patients with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) undergoing hemodialysis in Trinidad. The study examines the types of CAM therapies used, the reasons for their use, and the perceived benefits and limitations. The findings provide insights into the prevalence and patterns of CAM utilization within this patient population. Introduction: Introduce the background and rationale for studying the use of CAM among ESRD patients on hemodialysis. Discuss the growing interest in CAM therapies and the need for a comprehensive understanding of their utilization in this specific population. Methodology: Describe the study design, including the selection of participants from hemodialysis centers in Trinidad. Outline the data collection methods, such as structured interviews and questionnaires, used to gather information on the types of CAM therapies employed by the participants. Results: Present the quantitative and qualitative findings obtained from the study. Highlight the prevalence of CAM usage, the specific types of therapies utilized, and the reported reasons for their adoption. Include any notable trends or patterns observed. Discussion: Analyze the implications of the study's findings within the context of ESRD management. Discuss the potential benefits and limitations of CAM use in this patient population, considering factors such as symptom relief, quality of life, adherence to conventional treatments, and potential interactions or risks. Conclusion: Summarize the key findings of the study and their significance. Emphasize the need for further research to investigate the effectiveness, safety, and integration of CAM therapies into the overall management of ESRD patients on hemodialysis. Acknowledgment for Data Collection: We extend our sincere gratitude to all participants who generously shared their experiences and insights during this study. We would also like to acknowledge the dedicated team of data collectors who meticulously gathered and entered the information for analysis.

Research & Publications

    Title: Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine by Patients with End-Stage Renal Disease on Hemodialysis in Trinidad: A Descriptive Study Author: Dr. M. Bahall Abstract: This descriptive study aims to explore the utilization of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) among patients with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) undergoing hemodialysis in Trinidad. The study examines the types of CAM therapies used, the reasons for their use, and the perceived benefits and limitations. The findings provide insights into the prevalence and patterns of CAM utilization within this patient population. Introduction: Introduce the background and rationale for studying the use of CAM among ESRD patients on hemodialysis. Discuss the growing interest in CAM therapies and the need for a comprehensive understanding of their utilization in this specific population. Methodology: Describe the study design, including the selection of participants from hemodialysis centers in Trinidad. Outline the data collection methods, such as structured interviews and questionnaires, used to gather information on the types of CAM therapies employed by the participants. Results: Present the quantitative and qualitative findings obtained from the study. Highlight the prevalence of CAM usage, the specific types of therapies utilized, and the reported reasons for their adoption. Include any notable trends or patterns observed. Discussion: Analyze the implications of the study's findings within the context of ESRD management. Discuss the potential benefits and limitations of CAM use in this patient population, considering factors such as symptom relief, quality of life, adherence to conventional treatments, and potential interactions or risks. Conclusion: Summarize the key findings of the study and their significance. Emphasize the need for further research to investigate the effectiveness, safety, and integration of CAM therapies into the overall management of ESRD patients on hemodialysis. Acknowledgment for Data Collection: We extend our sincere gratitude to all participants who generously shared their experiences and insights during this study. We would also like to acknowledge the dedicated team of data collectors who meticulously gathered and entered the information for analysis.

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