Who am I?

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Biography

I am an emergency physician from India. My background, both academically and professionally, focuses on Emergency Medicine, Disaster Medicine, Humanitarian Assistance, Public Health and Research. I am a recent MPH graduate from Johns Hopkins University and have professional interests persuing a career in research in the hospital, global health, and disaster settings.

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I did my medical school in Nepal. Living in Nepal for six years, during the civil war, changed my life inculcating interest in emergency and trauma care, disasters, and humanitarian crisis. I did my postgraduate emergency medicine residency in India. During his third year of residency, was appointed as a tutor in the emergency department and was also responsible for coordinating the research activities in the emergency department including his peers and juniors.

I moved to Boston, MA in August 2011 as a postdoctoral research fellow in disaster medicine at Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. As a post-doc, most of my research work was focused on building disaster resilience in Haiti and later on disaster response and humanitarian assistance in The Philippines and currently in Nepal.

Understanding the role of public health in post-disaster and humanitarian crisis scenario and the need to develop my research skills, I did my masters in public health from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg school of Public Health. Currently looking forward to the opportunity to utilize the in-depth knowledge and skills I learned in public health, research process and methodologies, health in crisis and humanitarian assistance.

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  • Name: Srihari Cattamanchi
  • Address: 3501 Saint Paul St. Baltimore MD 21218
  • Email 1: scattam1@jhu.edu
  • Email 2: scattama@bidmc.harvard.edu
  • Skype: srihari.cattamanchi

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April 2016 – Present

BETH ISRAEL DEACONESS MEDICAL CENTER – FELLOWSHIP IN DISASTER MEDICINE, BOSTON, MA

Director – Humanitarian Disaster Operations

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  • Guide and help the disaster medicine fellows in their academic activities and research projects.
  • Work with the fellows to prepare them to respond effectively and efficiently to the next major disaster or humanitarian crisis through didactics, seminars, workshops, training programs, filed exercises, and deployments.
  • Foster collaboration and academic advancement in disaster preparedness and resiliency with various NGO’s under the Fellowship program and within the Harvard University Community, various National and International organizations and Developing Countries around the World towards the development of Disaster Preparedness and Resiliency.
 
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JULY 2013 – PRESENT

BETH ISRAEL DEACONESS MEDICAL CENTER – FELLOWSHIP IN DISASTER MEDICINE, BOSTON, MA

Core Faculty

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  • As a faculty in the BIDMC Fellowship in Disaster Medicine program, I guide and help the fellows in their research project and academics.

Key Achievements

  • Speaker at World Extreme Medicine Conference & Expo 2013 at Boston, MA. Presented on “Collapsed Structure Response” during the pre-conference workshop and on “First Responder Medical Kit” and “Kumbh Mela” during the main conference.
  • Part of Harvard humanitarian medical response team, which deployed to Tacloban, Philippines, in response to Typhoon Haiyan in November 2013.
  • Presented our experience responding to Typhoon Haiyan to Harvard Medical School – Disaster Medicine Interest Group and also presented “Disaster Myths and First Responder Kits”.
  • Speaker at a CME on “Hospital Disaster Preparedness” at Sri Ramachandra Medical College & Research Institute, Chennai, India in June 2014 and “Hospital Preparedness for Disasters and MCS” at Saveetha Medical College, Chennai, India in February 2015.
  • Part of BIDMC Disaster medical team, which deployed to Jiri, Nepal in response to April 2015 devastating Nepal Earthquake.
  • Speaker at Pre-deployment Preparedness Course both in 2014 and 2015 at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA. Presented on “Humanitarian Response Medical Kit” in November 2014. Presented on “Medical Go Bag Kit”; “Travel Logistics” and “Rapid Epidemiological Assessments, Field Reporting and Standardized Case Management” in October 2015.
 
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October 2015 – March 2016

BETH ISRAEL DEACONESS MEDICAL CENTER – FELLOWSHIP IN DISASTER MEDICINE, BOSTON, MA

Associate Director – Global Disaster Response

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  • Foster collaboration and academic advancement in disaster preparedness and resiliency with various NGO’s under the Fellowship program and within Harvard University Community, various National and International organizations and Developing Countries.

Key Achievements

  • Online survey: Literature synthesis, study protocol, questionnaire design, IRB review, questionnaire dissemination, data collection, analysis, presentation and manuscript preparation – “Analysis of Disaster Medicine Training in Emergency Medicine Residency Programs in the United States”. The paper presented at American College of Emergency Physician (ACEP) Research Forum 2014 and the manuscript submitted for publication.
  • Disaster Response Research Papers: Currently working on four different research papers based on the data collected during deployments to disasters at Philippines – Typhoon Haiyan in November 2013 and Nepal Earthquake in April 2015.
  • Website Design: Designed and maintenance of the BIDMC Disaster Medicine fellowship website.
 

APRIL 2015 – MAY 2015

BIDMC DISASTER MEDICAL TEAM, DOLAKHA DIST., NEPAL.

Member of the Disaster Medical Team

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  • Deployed to Dolakha district in Nepal as part of the BIDMC Disaster Medical Team to provide humanitarian, medical and psychosocial assistance in the aftermath of the devastating April 25th earthquake.
  • The team deployed with GR3 / ACTS World relief team, with a base at Jiri Hospital, at Jiri in Dolakha District.
  • As one of the team leads with 6 years experience of working and living in Nepal, identified a medical mission, coordinated team activities, cared for all team members, with team safety and security as the first priority.
  • And as a member of the team, provided medical and psychosocial care to those affected by the devastating April 25th Nepal Earthquake.

Key achievements:

  • The team provided medical and psychosocial care to 550 people in and around Jiri.
  • The team also participated in the Health Ministry, Health Cluster and Foreign Medical Teams cluster meetings organized by Nepal Health Ministry and UN at Kathmandu.
  • The team provided food aid to the local population of Jiri, sponsored by another NGO from Kathmandu “Operations Relief”.
 
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NOVEMBER 2014 – MAY 2015

JOHNS HOPKINS BLOOMBERG SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, BALTIMORE, MD

Research Assistant – Dept. of Mental Health

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  • Developing a Common Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) framework for the IASC Guidelines on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) in Emergency Settings. Involved in the review of the Logical Framework (log frames) and theTheories of Change (TOC), literature synthesis, double data extraction (top down & bottom up), verification of data, and mapping of indicators into the common M&E log framework.
 
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JULY 2014 – MAY 2015

JOHNS HOPKINS BLOOMBERG SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, BALTIMORE, MD

Graduate Student Researcher – Masters in Public Health

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As an MPH graduate student, I was involved in numerous research activities as part of my coursework.

  • Capstone project – “A cross-sectional analysis of the levels of protective factors for post-traumatic stress disorder among conflict-affected children in Nepal”. Involved in literature synthesis, study protocol, IRB review, data management, secondary data analysis, manuscript preparation, and presentation of the capstone project.
  • PracticumGreen and Healthy Homes Initiative (GHHI) –  A qualitative research coursework, required literature synthesis, ethics committee review, study protocol, consent forms, interview guides, in-depth interview, focus group discussion, transcribing, coding, analysis, data management, manuscript preparation and presentation.
  • Quality improvement (QI) case study – “A case study of delays in antibiotic administration for sepsis: applying quality improvement methods to sepsis care in India. Involved in literature synthesis, study protocol, questionnaire design, IRB review, qualitative and quantitative data collection, root cause analysis, triangulation of the results, presentation and manuscript preparation for a journal paper.
  • Review paper – Literature synthesis, and manuscript writing of an article “Transfusion practices in trauma”, published in the Indian Journal of Anesthesia (IJA).
  • A literature synthesis and manuscript preparation on Health Policy, International Health, NGO Management; persuasive communication; Refugee Health; Stress Management; Global Mental Health; and International Political Science for Public Health Practitioners.
 
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JULY 2014 – MAY 2015

JOHNS HOPKINS BLOOMBERG SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, BALTIMORE, MD

President – Child Health Society

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  • Oversaw the work of all executive board members, prioritized activities in consultation with executive board members for the 2014 – 2015 academic year.
  • Organized activities and events, presided and prepared agenda for the group meetings, liaised with school administration, represented CHS within and outside of Hopkins community and coordinated relations with collaborating groups and student assembly
  • Reviewed and approved all projects/written materials for Child Health Society

Key achievements:

  • Organized World Pneumonia Day and Female Genital Mutilation – Seminar Series,
  • Organized Child Health Week – As part of child health week organized 5 events, “War Dance”. A Documentary Series; “Working in Child Health: Current Challenges and Future Prospects.” – A Panel Discussion; “Mental Health and Children in Refugee Settings” – A Seminar; “Oral Hygiene and Dental Health” program at a neighboring school and “Stress / Yoga” program at a neighboring school.
  • Also raised funds through Halloween & Ugly Sweater Fundraisers for the Child Health Week community workshops.
 

NOVEMBER 2013

HARVARD HUMANITARIAN MEDICAL RESPONSE TEAM, TACLOBAN, PHILIPPINES.

Member of the Medical Response Team

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  • In November 2013, deployed to Tacloban, Philippines as part of the Harvard Humanitarian Medical Response Team from BIDMC, deployed along with GR3, ACTS World Relief team, with RTR Hospital in Tacloban as the base.
  • Provided medical assistance to those affected by the devastating Typhoon Haiyan.

Key achievements:

  • The team treated 3380 patients and vaccinated more than 300 children during their time in Tacloban.
  • Participated in the Health Cluster meetings and UNOCHA coordination cluster meeting at Tacloban.
  • Team participated in the massive vaccination campaign carried out by UNICEF along with other NGOs. Directly involved in vaccinating more than 300 children in and around Tacloban.
 
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OCTOBER 2012 – OCTOBER 2013

CHILD IN HAND (CIH), PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI

Director of Medical Operations

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  • Screened health status of the children and treated them appropriately at the 6 orphanages under CiH.
  • Created disaster awareness, taught disaster response, and educated on hand hygiene to the children.
  • Educated the caretakers in the orphanage on First Aid and First Responder program.
  • Created medical records for each child, and medical registry for each orphanage.
  • Dewormed the children and staff, provided immunization as per WHO Immunization Schedule, assessed nutrition and growth status of the children and treated nutritional deficiencies. And oversaw the psychosocial well-being of the children.
  • Created a profile of infrastructure for each orphanage and a list necessary improvements to be made based on these assessments.
  • Fostered ties with existing health care facilities in Port-Au-Prince to provide medical care for six orphanages under CiH and at Be Like Brit orphanage in Grand Goave.
 
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SEPTEMBER 2012 – APRIL 2013

BE LIKE BRIT (BLB) ORPHANAGE, GRAND GOAVE, HAITI

Medical Coordinator

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  • Ensured all children were properly immunized as per WHO Universal Immunization Schedule.
  • Assessed and monitored the nutritional & growth status along with the health status of the children.
  • Coordinated the psychosocial well-being of the children with the psychosocial team.
  • Trained caretakers and staff at the orphanage in First Aid and first responder course, disaster preparedness, and hygiene.

Key Achievements:

  • Created medical, immunization and psychosocial records for all the children at the orphanage.
  • Setup the child in hand clinic with facilities to care for most of the emergencies.
  • Fostered ties with nearby Columbian hospital in Grand Goave and a super specialty pediatric hospital in Port-au-Prince to refer patients the children to in case of an emergency.
 
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SEPTEMBER 2011 – JULY 2013

HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL, BOSTON MA

Research Fellow – Disaster Medicine Section, Division of Emergency Medicine, Dept. of Medicine 

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  • Developed expertise in the related fields of Disaster Medicine (DM) through fieldwork-related research resulting in publications.
  • Conducted Medical & Psychosocial assessment of children, nutrition & growth assessment of children, disaster awareness and hazard vulnerability analysis of the orphanages for ‘Child in Hand” NGO in Haiti.
  • The abstracts of these papers were presented at the society for Academic Emergency Medicine Conference (SAEM) and currently working on publishing them.
  • Assessed the mass gathering preparedness of the Maha Kumbh Mela, at Allahabad, India in February 2013.
 
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SEPTEMBER 2011 – JULY 2013

BETH ISRAEL DEACONESS MEDICAL CENTER, BOSTON MA

Post-doctoral Research Fellow in Disaster Medicine / Emergency Management

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  • Developed expertise in the related fields of Disaster Medicine (DM) and Emergency Management (EM).
  • Attended didactic lectures, seminars, readings, goal-related research in a specific area of DM and EM.
  • Participated in hospital-based response at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Centre, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston Medical Center, and Boston Children’s Hospital. Participated in local disaster / emergency preparedness with agencies like MASCO, COBETH, Boston Medical Reserve Corps, Boston Public Health Commission, Boston EMS, and Boston Med Flight Air Ambulance Service.
  • Also participated in regional disaster and emergency response with agencies like Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA), Road Island Medical Reserve Corps (RI-MRC), and Rhode Island-1 Disaster Medical Assistance Team (National Disaster Medical System).
  • Gaine international disaster preparedness experience with organizations like Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI) and NGOs like ‘Child in Hand” and “Be Like Brit” in Haiti.
  • Deployed eight times to Haiti in two years for Child in Hand (CiH), and volunteered for 3 months as Medical Coordinator at BLB orphanage in Grand Goave, Haiti.
  • Skilled in all aspects of the disaster cycle and have the ability to assume a leadership role on the local, regional, federal, or international level in the area of Disaster Medicine and Emergency Management.
 
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FEBRUARY 2011 – SEPTEMBER 2011

CHENNAI EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT EXCERCISE (CEMEx) 2011, CHENNAI, INDIA.

Organizing Secretary

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  • Organize various aspects of the emergency management exercise’s training programs and disaster drills.

Key achievements:

  • Envisioned, planned, Organized and raised funds for CEMEx 2011
  • Fostered partnership with SRMC Emergency Physicians Alumni Association along with technical support from National Disaster Management Authority of India (NDMA) and United Nations Disaster Management Team.
  • Planned and organized all the educational training programs, table top exercise, 3 mini drills & the major incident disaster drill. And involved in the selection of the 980 odd participants of CEMEx.
  • Negotiated the participation of all the stakeholders, their involvement in CEMEx and their contributions.
  • Crisis management – solving all the problems arising organizing such a huge event.
 
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OCTOBER 2010 – JUNE 2011

SRI RAMACHANDRA MEDICAL CENTER, CHENNAI, INDIA.

Emergency Medical Officer

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  • Coordinated the trauma team, day to day shop floor management of the ED, appropriate management, referral and disposition of emergency patients.
  • Involved in specialty consultation in patient evaluation, clerking of patients and counseling patient’s attendants.
  • Deposited statement as a skilled witness in the court of law.
  • Conducted teaching programs like First Aid, Basic Life Support (BLS), ACLS, PALS and ATLS to the junior post-graduates, undergraduate students, Internee’s and Paramedic’s posted in the Department of Accident & Emergency Medicine.
  • Supervised the post-graduates and medical officers posted in the ED.
  • Mentored and coordinated all research activities conducted by final year postgraduates in the ED.
  • Assumed the role of Medical Superintendent of the hospital during night duties, Sunday and holidays.

Key achievements:

  • Conducted bi-annual hospital disaster drills.
  • Re-designed the triage process in the emergency department.
  • Developed the emergency medical service personnel standard operating procedures and redesigned the ambulances in the hospital.
  • Participated in the Joint Commissions International (JCI) Accreditation process.
  • Developed treatment protocols for the Emergency Department.
 
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MAY 2009 – MAY 2010

SRI RAMACHANDRA MEDICAL COLLEGE & RESEARCH INSTITUTE, CHENNAI, INDIA.

Tutor – Dept. of Accident & Emergency Medicine

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  • Employed as a Tutor in Accident and Emergency Medicine department while I was a third year Postgraduate resident in the department.
  • Coordinated the trauma team, day to day shop floor management of the ED, appropriate management, referral and disposition of emergency patients.
  • Involved in specialty consultation in patient evaluation, clerking of patients and counseling patient’s attendants.
  • Deposited statement as a skilled witness in the court of law.
  • Conducted teaching programs like First Aid, Basic Life Support (BLS), ACLS, PALS and ATLS to the junior post-graduates, undergraduate students, Interns and Paramedics posted in the department of Accident & Emergency Medicine.
  • Supervised the post-graduates, medical officers and interns posted in the ED.

Key achievements:

  • Organized bi-annual disaster drills in the emergency department.
  • Mentored and coordinated all the research activities conducted by the final year post graduates (Peers) and the second year post graduates in the emergency department.
 
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JULY 2007 – JUNE 2010

SRI RAMACHANDRA MEDICAL COLLEGE & RESEARCH INSTITUTE, CHENNAI, INDIA.

Postgraduate Resident – Accident & Emergency Medicine Residency

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  • Attended to patients in Emergency, identified and treated patients appropriately, stabilized airway, breathing and circulation in appropriate situations, participated in the Trauma team, obtained specialist consultations when and where required prior to admission or discharge.
  • Triaged emergency patients on arrival to ED and broken bad news to patients relatives.
  • Attended daily morning short classes, interesting case presentations, weekly clinical meetings held in the hospital and actively participated in departmental case auditing and in weekly Journal Club.
  • Maintained a Logbook as part of Postgraduate Residency Training.

Key achievements:

  • Worked on fourteen different research projects in various roles during my three years of emergency residency training.
  • Was involved in different research methodologies – qualitative and quantitative studies, prospective and retrospective studies, randomized controlled trials, double blinded placebo control trials, validation studies, trauma registry, chart reviews and literature review.
  • Experienced preparing study protocols, questionnaire, consent form, and ethics committee review packet. Also experienced pilot testing the questionnaire and consent forms.
  • Coordinated and implemented research studies; recruited and randomized study subjects; collected, analyzed and managed study data; monitored and evaluated research studies, prepared manuscripts for publications and presented research studies in National and international conferences.
  • Presented research papers internationally at Trauma Care 2009 at Ulm, Germany; ACEP Research Forum 2009 at Boston; and International Conference in Emergency Medicine (ICEM) 2010 at Singapore.
  • Won three awards for our research paper at National conference in India – ITACCS 2008 at Cochin, India, EMCON 2008 at Salem, India and INTEM 2010 at Ahmedabad, India.
  • Also won two awards for our research paper at international conferences – ICEM 2010 at Singapore and MEMC 2011 at Kos, Greece.
 
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October 2006 – JULY 2007

CHRISTIAN MEDICAL COLLEGE, VELLORE, INDIA.

Fellowship Trainee – Dept. of Accident & Emergency Medicine

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As a Fellowship Trainee in Accident and Emergency Medicine department:

  • Identified and treated patients with medical, neurological, endocrine, cardiac, nephrologic, oncologic, psychiatric, hematological, pediatric, surgical orthopedic, neurosurgical, urological, pediatric-surgical, obstetric and gynecological emergencies.
  • Stabilized Airway, Breathing and Circulation in appropriate situations.
  • Coordinated the Trauma team where a trauma team coordinator does the primary & secondary survey on all the polytrauma patients to find out any occult injury, arrange for blood, FAST USG Scan, radiological investigations, expedite treatment and to call the appropriate unit for the better management of the patient and assigns the unit under whom the patient will be admitted either in concerned ICU, Trauma ward or taken for emergency surgery under respective units if need arises.
  • Coordinated the day to day shop-floor management of the department which involves coordination between medical, nursing & ancillary medical staff to ensure smooth running of the department.
  • Coordinated various clinical specialties in the management of patients with mutisystem disorders.
  • Did adequate documentation of Medico-legal cases.
  • Broken bad news to patients’ relatives.
  • Triaging of emergency patients on arrival to ED.
  • Attended to patients in Emergency OPD, identified & treated patients appropriately, obtained specialist consultations when & where required prior to admission or discharge.
  • Attended Daily Morning Short classes, case presentations, afternoon interesting case presentation.
  • Attended weekly Clinical meetings held in the hospital.
  • Presented Journal publications in weekly Journal Club
  • Participated actively in Departmental Case Auditing.
  • Worked on the hospital trauma registry for 2006 to 2007 as my thesis paper.

Key Achievements 

  • Participated in Injury Prevention and First Aid Awareness camp conducted by the emergency department in & around Vellore district.
  • Won the Top 3 oral presentations at International Emergency Medicine Conference (INTEM) 2006 at New Delhi, for my research paper presentation “A Profile of emergency admission following injury – Our Experience from a tertiary care university hospital, S.India”.
 
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JUNE 2006 – September 2006

CHRISTIAN MEDICAL COLLEGE, VELLORE, INDIA.

Senior House Officer (S.H.O) – Dept. of Accident & Emergency Medicine

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As a Senior House Officer in Accident and Emergency Medicine department:

  • Identified and treated patients with medical, neurological, endocrine, cardiac, nephrologic, oncologic, psychiatric, hematological, pediatric, surgical orthopedic, neurosurgical, urological, pediatric-surgical, obstetric and gynecological emergencies.
  • Stabilized Airway, Breathing and Circulation in appropriate situations.
  • Coordinated the Trauma team where a trauma team coordinator does the primary & secondary survey on all the polytrauma patients to find out any occult injury, arrange for blood, FAST USG Scan, radiological investigations, expedite treatment and to call the appropriate unit for the better management of the patient and assigns the unit under whom the patient will be admitted either in concerned ICU, Trauma ward or taken for emergency surgery under respective units if need arises.
  • Coordinated various clinical specialties in the management of patients with mutisystem disorders.
  • Broken bad news to patients’ relatives.
  • Triaging of emergency patients on arrival to ED.
  • Attended to patients in Emergency OPD, identified & treated patients appropriately, obtained specialist consultations when & where required prior to admission or discharge.
  • Attended Daily Morning Short classes, case presentations, afternoon interesting case presentation.
  • Attended weekly Clinical meetings held in the hospital.
  • Presented Journal publications in weekly Journal Club
  • Participated actively in Departmental Case Auditing.
 
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OCTOBER 2005 – MAY 2006

YASHODA HOSPITAL – MALAKPET BRANCH, HYDERABAD, INDIA.

Duty Medical Officer – Acute Neuro Care Unit

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As a duty medical officer, responsibilities included:

  • Managing patients in 22 bedded Acute Neuro Care Unit.
  • Involving Specialty Consultants in Patient Evaluation.
  • Daily rounds and active discussion with the consultant.
  • Clerking of Patient, Counseling patient’s attendants.
  • Managed common neurological and neurosurgical emergencies including acute stroke, traumatic head injuries, spinal cord injuries with respiratory failure, poly- trauma patient’s management, post op neurosurgical care and coma.
 
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MARCH 2004 – FEBRUARY 2005

KATHMANDU MEDICAL COLLEGE TEACHING HOSPITAL, KATHMANDU, NEPAL.

Postgraduate Intern – One year Compulsory Residential Rotatory Internship (CRRI)

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  • Internship completion was a pre-requisite for the award of the MBBS degree, and for the license to practice medicine.
  • Rotated in all the clinical departments of the hospital to gain the basic clinical experience in all the disciplines of medicine and surgery.
  • Entrusted with clinical responsibilities in the department under the supervision of either the Chief of the department, the Consultant on duty, a Postgraduate Resident or a Senior medical officer.
  • Was involved in designing and conducting a door to door data collection of sociodemographic data of the residents of Duwakot village in Bhaktapur district, Nepal. The demographic survey was a research project conducted as part of my community medicine rotation during my internship.

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APRIL 2015 - MAY 2015

Jiri, Dolakha Dist., Nepal

Member of the Medical Mission

BIDMC Disaster Medical Team / GR3 / ACTS World Relief

In April 2015, in response to the Nepal Earthquake, deployed to Dolakha district in Nepal as part of the BIDMC Disaster Medical Team

along with GR3 / ACTS World relief team, with a base at Jiri Hospital, at Jiri in Dolakha District. As a member of the team, my responsibility

was to provide medical and psychosocial care to those affected by the devastating April 25th Nepal Earthquake.

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JULY 2014 - MAY 2015

Baltimore, MD

President - Child Health Society

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

As the President of Child Health Society, my core responsibilities include overseeing the work of all executive board members;

setting the 2014 – 2015 academic year’s priorities and activities in consultation with executive board members

and organizing activities and events as per the 2014 – 2015 academic year priorities.

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NOVEMBER 2013

Tacloban, Philippines

Member of the Humanitarian Medical Mission

Harvard Humanitarian Medical Response Team / GR3 / ACTS World Relief

In November 2013, in Response to Typhoon Haiyan, deployed to Tacloban, Philippines as part of the Harvard Humanitarian Medical Response

Team from BIDMC, deployed along with GR3, ACTS World Relief team, with RTR Hospital in Tacloban as the base. As a member of the team,

my responsibility is to provide medical assistance to those affected by the devastating Typhoon Haiyan.

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NOVEMBER 2011 - OCTOBER 2013

Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Volunteer / Director of Medical Operations

Child in Hand (NGO)

Child in Hand (CiH), is a NGO mainly focused on the orphans in Haiti and has adopted 6 orphanages under its umbrella.

As a member of the CiH, had been on Eight Medical & Humanitarian missions to Haiti from November 2011 to April 2013.

As a part of the medical team, I was responsible for screening the health status of the children and treat them appropriately,

deworming of the children and staff, creating disaster awareness and response to disaster among the children, educating them

on hand hygiene and educating the care takers in the orphanage on First Aid and First Responder training program.

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SEPTEMBER 2012 - APRIL 2013

Grand Goave, Haiti

Volunteer / Medical Coordinator

Be Like Brit Orphanage (NGO)

“Be Like Brit” (BLB) is an orphanage at Grand Goave, Haiti. BLB orphanage opened its doors to receive orphan kids in January 2013,

on the 3rd Anniversary of 2010 Haitian Earthquake. As the medical coordinator was responsible for making sure all the children are

properly immunized as per the WHO Universal Immunization Schedule, to assess and monitor the nutritional and growth status along with

their health status and coordinate their psychosocial well-being with the psychosocial team. Also responsible for overseeing the setup of the CiH clinic.

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NOVEMBER 2011 - APRIL 2013

Boston, MA

Volunteer Member

Boston Medical Reserve Corps (B-MRC)

A very active Volunteer / Member of the Boston Medical Reserve Corps (BMRC) attending a slew of trainings

and volunteering for the Flu Clinics and 116th Boston marathon. I was chosen as the May 2012 Volunteer of the month,

for my dedicated work on the Emergency Tracking system team during the 116th Boston marathon on April 16th 2012.

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SEPTEMBER 2011 - AUGUST 2012

West Greenwich, RI

Volunteer Member

Rhode Island Medical Reserve Corps (RI-MRC)

An active volunteer & member of the Rhode Island Medical Reserve Corps (RI-MRC), volunteered all the three days of

the 22nd RI Air National Guard Air Show at Quonset National Guard Air Force base in Rhode Island from June 15th to 17th 2012.

The mission was to establish our 2200 square foot tractor trailer field hospital, deploy multiple Field Aid Stations and Bike Patrols to the flight

line, Track Patients, Establish Hospital ICS and Flight Line Ops, Field Operations Safety and Accountability and test time tracking.

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FEBRUARY 2011 - SEPTEMBER 2011

Chennai, T.N. India

Volunteer / Organizing Secretary

Chennai Emergency Management Exercise (CEMEx) 2011

As the Organizing Secretary of CEMEx 2011, envisioned, planned, organized and raised funds for the

Chennai Emergency Management Exercise – CEMEx 2011, in partnership with SRMC Emergency Physicians Alumni Association

along with technical support from National Disaster Management Authority of India and United Nations Disaster Management Team.

Also planned and organized all the educational training programs, table top exercise, 3 mini drills & the major incident disaster drill.

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JUNE 2006 - JULY 2007

Vellore, T.N. India

Volunteer Member

Injury Prevention and First Aid Awareness Camp

Active member of Injury Prevention and First Aid Awareness Camps in and around Vellore District

of Tamil Nadu in India. Funded and organized by the Doctors and Nursing Staff of the Accident and Emergency

Medicine Department of Christian Medical College, Vellore – 632004. India.

My Education

Education

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JULY 2014 – MAY 2015

JOHNS HOPKINS BLOOMBERG SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, BALTIMORE, MD

Master’s in Public Health (MPH)

Concentration in Health in Crisis and Humanitarian Affairs
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Practicum: As a part of coursework based practicum for Qualitative Research course, worked on a project for Green Healthy Homes Initiative (GHHI) at Baltimore city in Maryland.

Capstone project: A cross-sectional analysis of the levels of protective factors for post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms among the conflict-affected children in Nepal.

Relevant Coursework: Public Health Emergency Preparedness; Managing NGOs in Healthcare; Quality Assurance Management Methods for Developing Countries; Quantitative Tools for Managers; Fundamentals of Program Evaluation, Qualitative Research Methods, Biostatistics; Persuasive Communications; Introduction to International Health; Humanitarian Emergencies; Measurements Methods in Humanitarian Emergencies; Refugee Health; Stress Management of Relief Workers; Global Mental Health – 3 term series; Mental Health Aspects of Disasters; and other public health courses.

 
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NOVEMBER 2014 – MAY 2015

JOHNS HOPKINS BLOOMBERG SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, BALTIMORE, MD

Certificate in Humanitarian Assistance

 
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SEPTEMBER 2012 – JULY 2013

HARVARD AFFILIATED DISASTER MEDICINE/ EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FELLOWSHIP, BOSTON, MA

Concentration in Humanitarian Disaster Operations

 
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JULY 2012

INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR RED CROSS (ICRC) / CENTER FOR EXCELLENCE IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT AND HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE (CFE-DMHA) / UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII’S OFFICE OF PUBLIC HEALTH STUDIES

Health Emergencies in Large Populations (H.E.L.P)

 
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HARVARD HUMANITARIAN INITIATIVE (HHI) / HARVARD UNIVERSITY, BOSTON, MA.

Humanitarian Studies Initiative (HSI) and Simulation Exercise (SimEx)

 
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SEPTEMBER 2011 – AUGUST 2012

HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL, BOSTON MA

Harvard Affiliated Fellowship in Disaster Medicine / Emergency Management

 
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JULY 2007 – JUNE 2010

SRI RAMACHANDRA MEDICAL COLLEGE & RESEARCH INSTITUTE, CHENNAI, INDIA.

Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) – Accident & Emergency Medicine

 
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DECEMBER 1998 – FEBRUARY 2005

KATHMANDU MEDICAL COLLEGE TEACHING HOSPITAL, KATHMANDU, NEPAL.

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (M.B.B.S.)

Bachelor of Medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery is a 4.5 years integrated program, followed by a compulsory one year of internship. MBBS degree is equivalent to United States Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree.

Awards & Honors

Recognition

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AUGUST 2014

Boston, MA

Certificate - Humanitarian Work in Disaster Medicine

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) Fellowship in Disaster Medicine

Awarded a certificate recognizing my

HUMANITARIAN WORK IN DISASTER MEDICINE

as a fellow working with Child in Hand (CiH) and Be Like Brit (BLB) in Haiti since November 2011 and as a member of the

humanitarian medical mission deploying to Tacloban, Philippines in response to the Typhoon Haiyan in November 2013.

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September 2011

MEMC 2011

Top Three Oral Papers

MEMc 2011 - 6th Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Conference

Kosi, Greece. September 10th - 14th, 2011

Awarded for the paper - "Comparison of Propofol with Fentanyl and Ketamine with

Midazolam for Procedural Sedation & Analgesia in the ED."

Oral paper presented by Trichur V. Ramakrishnan. Co-authors: Srihari Cattamanchi and Marutheshwar Reddy

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NOVEMBER 2010

INTEM 2010

Best Five Oral Paper Presentations

INTEM 2010 - 12th International Conference of Society for Emergency Medicine in India

Ahmedabad, India. November 10th - 14th, 2010

Awarded for the paper - "KETOFOL - A Prospective, Validation study of KETOFOL

(Ketamine & Propofol combination) for Procedural Sedation and Analgesia in the ED."

Oral paper presented by Srihari Cattamanchi. Co-authors: Keshavardhan N. Reddy and Trichur V. Ramakrishnan.

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JUNE 2010

ICEM 2010

Best Paper on Airway Management - Second Prize

ICEM 2010 - 13th Annual International Conference on Emergency Medicine by IFEM

Singapore. June 9th - 12th, 2010

Awarded for the paper - "Etomidate not Propofol with Fentanyl provides adequate intubation condition

in the absence of neuromuscular blockade - A double blinded, randomized, prospective study."

Oral paper presented by Harigovind S. Co-authors: Srihari Cattamanchi and Trichur V. Ramakrishnan.

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NOVEMBER 2008

EMCON 2008

Dr. Kumara Alagappan Award - Silver Medal for Oral Paper

EMCON 2008 - 10th Annual National Conference of Society for Emergency Medicine in India

Salem, India. November 12th - 16th, 2008

Awarded for the paper - "Assessing competency of the Broselow-Luten Pediatric Resuscitaion Tape

- A prospective analytical study of 15,000 South Indian Children."

Oral paper presented by Srihari Cattamanchi. Co-author: Trichur V. Ramakrishnan.

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August 2008

ITACCS 2008

"Sanjay Lal Suri" Award for the Best Oral Paper

12th International Trauma Anaesthesia and Critical Care Society (ITACCS) Conference, Indian Chapter

Cochin, India. August 24th, 2008

Awarded for the paper - "Profiling Injured Patients - A study of 9,196 Emergency Admissions

in a Tertiary Care University Hospital, S.India."

Oral paper presented by Srihari Cattamanchi. Co-author: Pushpa Raj Singh

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NOVEMBER 2006

INTEM 2006

Best Three Oral Presentations

INTEM 2006 - 8th International Conference of Society for Emergency Medicine in India

New Delhi, India. November 17th - 19th, 2006

Awarded for the paper - "A Profile of Emergency Admissions following Injury

- Our experience from a tertiary care university hospital, S.India."

Oral paper presented by Srihari Cattamanchi. Co-author: Pushpa Raj Singh.

What I am good at

Skills & Knowledge

Areas of Expertise

Knowledge

Management Skills

  • Emergency Medicine
  • Trauma Management
  • ED – Shop Floor Management
  • Disaster Medicine & Management
  • Disaster Medical Operations
  • Crisis Management
  • Humanitarian Assistance
  • Public Health
  • Research – Clinical & Public Health
  • Knowledge of clinical research practices and principles.
  • Good understanding of the research processes and methodologies including qualitative and quantitative research methods.
  • Experience in study design, methods and methodologies, questionnaire design, data collection protocols, statistical data analysis, IRB protocol preparation, reviewing literature and manuscript preparation.
  • Experienced in field research studies in clinical environments, and humanitarian settings.
  • Effective Time Management Skills
  • Excellent Organizational Skills
  • Pay Attention to Details
  • Effective Communication Skills – Oral and Written
  • Simple Record Keeping
  • Effective Problem Solving Skills
  • Able to work indiviually and as a team
  • Effecient Team Management Skills

Skills - Software

Microsoft
Office
MS Access
REDCAP
SurveyMonkey
KoBo Tool
RefWorks
Papers
Statistics
IBM SPSS
Coding
Atlas Ti

Publications

Journal Paper

2015

Trichur, Ramakrishnan; Cattamanchi, Srihari (2015): Transfusion practices in trauma. In: Indian Journal of Anesthesia, 59 (4), pp. 264-265, 2015, ISSN: 0019-5049. (Type: Journal Article | Links | BibTeX)

2014

Trichur, Ramakrishnan; Cattamanchi, Srihari (2014): Transfusion practices in trauma. In: Indian Journal of Anesthesia, 58 (5), pp. 609-615, 2014, ISSN: 0019-5049. (Type: Journal Article | Abstract | Links | BibTeX)

2012

Cattamanchi, Srihari; Trichur, Ramakrishnan (2012): Diagnostic Radiographic Imaging in Trauma – A Prospective Observational Study. In: EMS India, (20), pp. 24-31, 2012, ISSN: 2231-4520. (Type: Journal Article | Abstract | Links | BibTeX)
Cattamanchi, Srihari; Reddy, Maruteshwar; Trichur, Ramakrishnan (2012): Comparison of Propofol with Fentanyl and Ketamine with Midazolam for Procedural Sedation & Analgesia in the Emergency Department. In: EMS India, (19), pp. 2-9, 2012, ISSN: 2231-4520. (Type: Journal Article | Abstract | Links | BibTeX)

2011

Cattamanchi, Srihari; Hiremath, Nishanth (2011): CEMEx 2011: Chennai Emergency Management Exercise. In: EMS India, (17), pp. 20-25, 2011, ISSN: 2231-4520. (Type: Journal Article | Abstract | Links | BibTeX)

Book Chapters

2015

Cattamanchi, Srihari; Sisitsky, Alison (2015): Winter Storm. In: Gregory R. Ciottone, Paul D. Biddinger, Robert G. Darling, Saleh Fares, Mark E. Keim, Michael S. Molloy, Selim Suner (Ed.): Ciottone's Disaster Medicine, Chapter 100, Elsevier, Philadelphia, Second, 2015, ISBN: 9780323286657. (Type: Book Chapter | BibTeX)
Cattamanchi, Srihari; Jay, Gregory; King, Kevin (2015): Volcanic Eruption. In: Gregory R. Ciottone, Paul D. Biddinger, Robert G. Darling, Saleh Fares, Mark E. Keim, Michael S. Molloy, Selim Suner (Ed.): Ciottone's Disaster Medicine, Chapter 101, Elsevier, Philadelphia, Second, 2015, ISBN: 9780323286657. (Type: Book Chapter | BibTeX)
Cattamanchi, Srihari; Goudie, Scott (2015): Train Derailment. In: Gregory R. Ciottone, Paul D. Biddinger, Robert G. Darling, Saleh Fares, Mark E. Keim, Michael S. Molloy, Selim Suner (Ed.): Ciottone's Disaster Medicine, Chapter 181, Elsevier, Philadelphia, Second, 2015, ISBN: 9780323286657. (Type: Book Chapter | BibTeX)
Hiremath, Nishanth; Cattamanchi, Srihari; Devarajan, Vidhya (2015): Vibrio cholarae (Cholera) Attack. In: Gregory R. Ciottone, Paul D. Biddinger, Robert G. Darling, Saleh Fares, Mark E. Keim, Michael S. Molloy, Selim Suner (Ed.): Ciottone's Disaster Medicine, Chapter 132, Elsevier, Philadelphia, Second, 2015, ISBN: 9780323286657. (Type: Book Chapter | BibTeX)

Conference Papers / Abstracts

2014

Reed, Kristin; Sarin, Ritu; Cattamanchi, Srihari; Rifino, James; Ciottone, Gregory (2014): Comparative Analysis of Simple Triage and Rapid Treatment and Five-Level Nursing Emergency Severity Index Triage During a Large-Scale Disaster Drill. In: Annals of Emergency Medicine, 64 (4), pp. S45-S46, 2014, ISSN: 0196-0644. (Type: Journal Article | Abstract | Links | BibTeX)
Sarin, Ritu; Cattamanchi, Srihari; Alqahtani, Abdulrahman Saad; Al-johani, Majed; Ardalan, Ali; Ciottone, Gregory (2014): Disaster Education: A Survey Study to Analyze Disaster Medicine Training in Emergency Medicine Residency Programs in the United States. In: Annals of Emergency Medicine, 64 (4), pp. S46-S47, 2014, ISSN: 0196-0644. (Type: Journal Article | Abstract | Links | BibTeX)
Al-johani, Majed; Alqahtani, Abdulrahman Saad; Carson, Sarah; Cattamanchi, Srihari; Ciottone, Gregory; Hennessey, Moira; Wuthisuthimetawee, Prasit; Molloy, Michael (2014): Psychosocial Needs Assessment of the Haitian Children in the Child in Hand-Affiliated Orphanages. In: Journal of Emergency Medicine, 46 (2), pp. 297-298, 2014, ISSN: 0736-4679. (Type: Journal Article | Abstract | Links | BibTeX)
Molloy, Michael; Wood, Stephen; Rifino, James; Alqahtani, Abdulrahman Saad; Cattamanchi, Srihari; Al-johani, Majed; Voskanyan, Amalia; Fofana, Mustapha; Ciottone, Gregory (2014): The Utility of Social Media in Disseminating Information during Disasters: The Hurricane Sandy Experience. In: Journal of Emergency Medicine, 46 (2), pp. 298-299, 2014, ISSN: 0736-4679. (Type: Journal Article | Abstract | Links | BibTeX)

 

2013

Cattamanchi, Srihari; Femino, Meg; Sears, Bryan; Mangino, John; Al-johani, Majed; Alqahtani, Abdulrahman Saad; Voskanyan, Amalia; Ciottone, Gregory (2013): Child in Hand - A Hazard Identification, Vulnerability, and Disaster Preparedness Analysis of Orphanages and Schools in Haiti. In: Academic Emergency Medicine, 20 (5), pp. S263-S264, 2013, ISSN: 1553-2712. (Type: Journal Article | Abstract | Links | BibTeX)

2012

Bouton, Micheal; Al-Johani, Majed; Cattamanchi, Srihari; Paajanen,; Ciottone, Gregory (2012): School-Based Growth Tracking of Haitian Children. In: Annals of Emergency Medicine, 60 (4), pp. S121-S122, 2012, ISSN: 0196-0644. (Type: Journal Article | Abstract | Links | BibTeX)
Cattamanchi, Srihari; Macy, Robert; Macy, Dicki Johnson; Ciottone, Amalia; Bivens, Svetlana; Al-Otaibi, Bader; Al-johani, Majed; Straszewski, Shannon; Ciottone, Gregory (2012): "Child in Hand" - A Prospective Cohort Study To Assess The Health Status And Psychosocial Distress Of Haitian Children One Year After 2010 Earthquake.. In: Academic Emergency Medicine, 19 (4), pp. S63-S64, 2012, ISSN: 1553-2712. (Type: Journal Article | Abstract | Links | BibTeX)

2010

Cattamanchi, Srihari; Siva, Aravind; Raja, Ansari; Thiagarajan, Narendra Rajan; Trichur, Ramakrishnan (2010): Comparison of the Canadian CT Head Rule and the New Orleans Criteria In Minor Head Injury Patients With Glasgow Coma Scale 15/15. In: Annals of Emergency Medicine, 56 (3), pp. S29, 2010, ISSN: 0196-0644. (Type: Journal Article | Abstract | Links | BibTeX)
Cattamanchi, Srihari; Sundaramurthy, Karthikeyan; Thangavelu, Arun Kumar; Raja, Ansari; Siva, Aravind; Thomas, Saju; Elamatha, Abraham; G., Shreedevi; Trichur, Ramakrishnan (2010): H-FABP as an Excellent Biochemical Cardiac Marker for Diagnosing Acute Non ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction In First 4 Hours of Presentation to an Emergency Department . In: Annals of Emergency Medicine, 56 (3), pp. S152-S153, 2010, ISSN: 0196-0644. (Type: Journal Article | Abstract | Links | BibTeX)

2009

Banala, Srinivas Reddy; Cattamanchi, Srihari; Trichur, Ramakrishnan (2009): Industrial Accidents: An Epidemiological Profile of 866 Emergency Admissions in a Tertiary Care Teaching Hospital, S. India. In: Annals of Emergency Medicine, 54 (3), pp. S41, 2009, ISSN: 0196-0644. (Type: Journal Article | Abstract | Links | BibTeX)
Cattamanchi, Srihari; Banala, Srinivas Reddy; S., Prabhu; Trichur, Ramakrishnan (2009): Assessing Competency of the Broselow-Luten Pediatric Resuscitation Tape: A Prospective, Cross Sectional, Analytical Study of 15,000 South Indian School Children. In: Annals of Emergency Medicine, 54 (3), pp. S130-S131, 2009, ISSN: 0196-0644. (Type: Journal Article | Abstract | Links | BibTeX)
Cattamanchi, Srihari; Papa, Kaleemuddin; Trichur, Ramakrishnan (2009): Randomized Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled Trial Comparing Room Temperature and Heated Lidocaine for Local Anesthesia and Digital Nerve Block. In: Annals of Emergency Medicine, 53 (3), pp. S129, 2009, ISSN: 0196-0644. (Type: Journal Article | Abstract | Links | BibTeX)

2008

Cattamanchi, Srihari; David, Suresh; Thangam, Sumathi (2008): Injury Prevention & First Aid Awareness Camp”, A South Indian Model: A New Paradigm in Emergency Care.. In: Annals of Emergency Medicine, 51 (4), pp. 490, 2008, ISSN: 0196-0644. (Type: Journal Article | Abstract | Links | BibTeX)

2007

Cattamanchi, Srihari; Singh, Pushpa Raj (2007): A Profile of Emergency Admissions Following Injury--Our Experience from a Tertiary Care University Hospital in S. India. In: Academic Emergency Medicine, 14 (5), pp. e112, 2007, ISSN: 1553-2712. (Type: Journal Article | Abstract | Links | BibTeX)

Work Hard, Play Harder

My Hobbies

  • Travel

    Travel
  • Cycling

    Cycling
  • Camping

    Camping
  • Trekking

    Trekking
  • Horse Riding

    Horse Riding
  • Soccer

    Soccer
  • Kayaking

    Kayaking
  • Photography

    Photography
  • Movies

    Movies

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    Chennai Emergency Management Exercise – CEMEx 2011

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CEMEx 2011

Chennai Emergency Management Exercise

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CEMEx 2011

CEMEx 2011, which was a result of a multi-institutional public-private partnership designed to harness the strengths and capabilities of regional emergency responders, educational institutions, hospitals, humanitarian agencies and state agencies as they prepare to confront urban catastrophes, focused on humanitarian and medical response.

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  • (857) 928-1421
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