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Dr Krishan Ramsoobhag

Urology
Registered Number - SR-00113
Chaguanas , Caroni
Experience - 20 Years
Languages - English

Consultation Fees
   
TT$ 500.00

Profile Description

“Dr. Krishan Ramsoobhag is a highly skilled urologist with a wealth of experience in the field. He completed his MBBS degree at the University of the West Indies, St Augustine in 1994, establishing a strong foundation in medical education. Dr. Ramsoobhag further pursued his professional development and specialization, obtaining his FRCS from the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh in 2001. He also completed a Diploma in Urology at University College London in the same year, expanding his expertise in the field. To enhance his knowledge and skills in uro-oncology, Dr. Ramsoobhag pursued a Fellowship in Uro Oncology in Toronto, Canada in 2009. With this extensive training and international exposure, Dr. Ramsoobhag brings a comprehensive approach to urological care. He has valuable experience working in both public and private practice settings, allowing him to deliver high-quality care to a diverse range of patients. Dr. Krishan Ramsoobhag's dedication to staying at the forefront of medical advancements, combined with his passion for patient care, makes him a trusted urologist committed to providing optimal outcomes for his patients.”

Qualifications

  • MBBS, FRCS

Registrations

    Title: Active Surveillance in Prostate Cancer, Stone Disease, and Stress Incontinence: A Comprehensive Review Abstract: This research paper presents a comprehensive review of the concept of active surveillance as a management strategy for prostate cancer, stone disease, and stress incontinence. The study examines the evidence, benefits, challenges, and outcomes associated with active surveillance in each of these urological conditions. By analyzing existing literature and clinical studies, this research aims to provide healthcare professionals with a better understanding of the potential role of active surveillance in optimizing patient care and outcomes. Introduction: Introduce the concept of active surveillance as a conservative management approach for prostate cancer, stone disease, and stress incontinence. Highlight the potential advantages of active surveillance, such as reduced treatment-related morbidity and improved quality of life. Methodology: Describe the methodology employed in this research, including the systematic review of relevant literature, clinical studies, and retrospective data analysis. Explain the inclusion and exclusion criteria used to select studies for analysis. Active Surveillance in Prostate Cancer: Review the current guidelines and criteria for selecting patients for active surveillance in prostate cancer. Present the evidence regarding the long-term outcomes, including disease progression, survival rates, and quality of life measures. Discuss the challenges and limitations associated with active surveillance, such as patient selection, follow-up protocols, and monitoring strategies. Highlight ongoing research and emerging trends in active surveillance for prostate cancer. Active Surveillance in Stone Disease: Evaluate the role of active surveillance in the management of kidney stones, including factors influencing stone growth, recurrence, and symptoms. Analyze the effectiveness and safety of active surveillance in preventing stone-related complications and the need for surgical intervention. Discuss patient selection criteria, monitoring protocols, and follow-up strategies for individuals under active surveillance. Address the challenges and potential drawbacks of active surveillance in stone disease management. Active Surveillance in Stress Incontinence: Examine the use of active surveillance as an alternative to immediate surgical intervention in the management of stress incontinence. Evaluate the outcomes of active surveillance, including symptom control, impact on quality of life, and need for further intervention. Discuss patient selection criteria, follow-up protocols, and strategies for monitoring symptom progression. Highlight the limitations and potential controversies surrounding the use of active surveillance in stress incontinence management. Conclusion: Summarize the key findings from the research on active surveillance in prostate cancer, stone disease, and stress incontinence. Discuss the potential benefits, challenges, and future directions for utilizing active surveillance as part of a personalized approach to patient care in these urological conditions.

Awards and Recognitions

    Title: Active Surveillance in Prostate Cancer, Stone Disease, and Stress Incontinence: A Comprehensive Review Abstract: This research paper presents a comprehensive review of the concept of active surveillance as a management strategy for prostate cancer, stone disease, and stress incontinence. The study examines the evidence, benefits, challenges, and outcomes associated with active surveillance in each of these urological conditions. By analyzing existing literature and clinical studies, this research aims to provide healthcare professionals with a better understanding of the potential role of active surveillance in optimizing patient care and outcomes. Introduction: Introduce the concept of active surveillance as a conservative management approach for prostate cancer, stone disease, and stress incontinence. Highlight the potential advantages of active surveillance, such as reduced treatment-related morbidity and improved quality of life. Methodology: Describe the methodology employed in this research, including the systematic review of relevant literature, clinical studies, and retrospective data analysis. Explain the inclusion and exclusion criteria used to select studies for analysis. Active Surveillance in Prostate Cancer: Review the current guidelines and criteria for selecting patients for active surveillance in prostate cancer. Present the evidence regarding the long-term outcomes, including disease progression, survival rates, and quality of life measures. Discuss the challenges and limitations associated with active surveillance, such as patient selection, follow-up protocols, and monitoring strategies. Highlight ongoing research and emerging trends in active surveillance for prostate cancer. Active Surveillance in Stone Disease: Evaluate the role of active surveillance in the management of kidney stones, including factors influencing stone growth, recurrence, and symptoms. Analyze the effectiveness and safety of active surveillance in preventing stone-related complications and the need for surgical intervention. Discuss patient selection criteria, monitoring protocols, and follow-up strategies for individuals under active surveillance. Address the challenges and potential drawbacks of active surveillance in stone disease management. Active Surveillance in Stress Incontinence: Examine the use of active surveillance as an alternative to immediate surgical intervention in the management of stress incontinence. Evaluate the outcomes of active surveillance, including symptom control, impact on quality of life, and need for further intervention. Discuss patient selection criteria, follow-up protocols, and strategies for monitoring symptom progression. Highlight the limitations and potential controversies surrounding the use of active surveillance in stress incontinence management. Conclusion: Summarize the key findings from the research on active surveillance in prostate cancer, stone disease, and stress incontinence. Discuss the potential benefits, challenges, and future directions for utilizing active surveillance as part of a personalized approach to patient care in these urological conditions.

Research & Publications

    Title: Active Surveillance in Prostate Cancer, Stone Disease, and Stress Incontinence: A Comprehensive Review Abstract: This research paper presents a comprehensive review of the concept of active surveillance as a management strategy for prostate cancer, stone disease, and stress incontinence. The study examines the evidence, benefits, challenges, and outcomes associated with active surveillance in each of these urological conditions. By analyzing existing literature and clinical studies, this research aims to provide healthcare professionals with a better understanding of the potential role of active surveillance in optimizing patient care and outcomes. Introduction: Introduce the concept of active surveillance as a conservative management approach for prostate cancer, stone disease, and stress incontinence. Highlight the potential advantages of active surveillance, such as reduced treatment-related morbidity and improved quality of life. Methodology: Describe the methodology employed in this research, including the systematic review of relevant literature, clinical studies, and retrospective data analysis. Explain the inclusion and exclusion criteria used to select studies for analysis. Active Surveillance in Prostate Cancer: Review the current guidelines and criteria for selecting patients for active surveillance in prostate cancer. Present the evidence regarding the long-term outcomes, including disease progression, survival rates, and quality of life measures. Discuss the challenges and limitations associated with active surveillance, such as patient selection, follow-up protocols, and monitoring strategies. Highlight ongoing research and emerging trends in active surveillance for prostate cancer. Active Surveillance in Stone Disease: Evaluate the role of active surveillance in the management of kidney stones, including factors influencing stone growth, recurrence, and symptoms. Analyze the effectiveness and safety of active surveillance in preventing stone-related complications and the need for surgical intervention. Discuss patient selection criteria, monitoring protocols, and follow-up strategies for individuals under active surveillance. Address the challenges and potential drawbacks of active surveillance in stone disease management. Active Surveillance in Stress Incontinence: Examine the use of active surveillance as an alternative to immediate surgical intervention in the management of stress incontinence. Evaluate the outcomes of active surveillance, including symptom control, impact on quality of life, and need for further intervention. Discuss patient selection criteria, follow-up protocols, and strategies for monitoring symptom progression. Highlight the limitations and potential controversies surrounding the use of active surveillance in stress incontinence management. Conclusion: Summarize the key findings from the research on active surveillance in prostate cancer, stone disease, and stress incontinence. Discuss the potential benefits, challenges, and future directions for utilizing active surveillance as part of a personalized approach to patient care in these urological conditions.

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Urology is a medical specialty that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and management of conditions related to the urinary system in both males and females, as well as the male reproductive system.
Yes, Medicas offers online consultations with experienced Urologists who can provide guidance, diagnose urological conditions, and offer treatment recommendations.
A Urologist can diagnose and treat a variety of conditions, including urinary tract infections, kidney stones, prostate disorders, bladder issues, and sexual dysfunction.
Urologists are skilled in performing procedures such as cystoscopies, kidney stone removal, prostate biopsies, urinary tract reconstruction, and minimally invasive surgeries.
A Urologist can evaluate your symptoms, order appropriate tests, provide a diagnosis, develop a treatment plan, and offer guidance for managing your urological health.

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