Norvic International Hospital

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Dr. B. Srivastava (Chest Physician)

Name:                         Professor Dr. Brajendra Srivastava
 
Date of Birth:              08.08.1960 AD
 
Nationality:                 Nepalese
 
NMC Registration:      2183
 
Father’s name:            Mr. Ram Chandra Srivastava
 
Present age:                55 years
 
Date of joining Service: 10th April 1987 (27th Chaitra 2043)
 
Permanent Address:   Ward no. 5, VDC Hathihawa,
                                    Dist. Kapilvastu, Lumbini Zone, Nepal
 
Present Address:   The Principal, College of Medicine,
Nepalese Army Institute of Health Sciences, Bhandarkhal,    
                                    Kathmandu, Nepal
                                    Phone: +977-1-4881259
                                    Mobile: +977-9851092093
 
Qualifications:                        
1. M.B.B.S. (University of Pune) India. (1985 AD)
2. M.D. (Tuberculosis & Respiratory Medicine-University of Pune, India. (2000 AD)
 
Present appointment:            
The Principal, NAIHS – College of Medicine – since January 2016
 
Clinic:                                       
1. Senior Consultant Pulmonologist, Shree Birendra Hospital, Chhauni, Kathmandu, Nepal. Phone: 4271940
2. Senior Consultant Pulmonologist, Norvic International Hospital, Thapathali, Kathmandu, Phone: 4258554

Member:                                
  1. Society of Internal Medicine of Nepal (SIMON)
  2. Nepal Association of Tuberculosis & Chest Physicians – Secretary (NATCP)
  3. National College of Chest Physicians of India (NCCP)
  4. Nepalese Society of Critical Care Medicine (NSCCM)
JOB EXPERIENCES:
  1. Training of Paramedical staff (1994-1997)
  2. Member of Department of Training(1994-1997)
  3. Head of Training Department – Shree Birendra Hospital, Chhauni (2014-2016)
  4. Head of Medical Division – Shree Birendra Hospital, Chhauni (2014-2016)
  5. Training & Teaching of MBBS Students (2010 – 2016)
  6. Training & guiding of Internship students (2003 – 2009)
  7. Training & Teaching of PG students of Internal Medicine (2004 – 2014)
  8. Training & Teaching of DM Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine students (2012 -2016)
  9. Part of UN missions in Lebanon & Yugoslavia–Duration 6 months each (1991-1993) 
  10. Observation Training – Walter Reed Hospital, Washington DC (2003)
  11. HIV & AIDS – Bangkok, Thailand (2005)
  12. Emerging Infections – St Petersburg, The Russian Federation (2010)
  13. Force Medical Officer of UNAMID in Sudan – 12 Months – 2013-2014
  14. Courses done in Nepal:
    1. BCLS
    2. ACLS
    3. Avian Influenza
Publications:
  1. Pulmonary Infections in HIV patients. (1998)
  2. Update in COPD.(2003)
  3. Catamenial Hemoptysis.(2003)
  4. The Value of Fiberoptic bronchoscopy in the diagnosis of various pulmonary conditions. A review of 100 initial bronchoscopies. (2008)
  5. Frequency of microalbuminuria in hypertensive patients with left ventricular hypertrophy. (2010)
  6. Study for the cause of Jaundice in patients receiving anti-tubercular therapy. (2011)
  7. Radiological and Bronchoscopic findings for better yield of tissue diagnosis in lung malignancy. (2014)
  8. Six minute walk distance and reference equations in normal healthy subjects of Nepal. (2015)