Dr. Yashwant Patidar joined the institute in 2011 and is presently working as Associate Professor in Department of Interventional Radiology. He acquired his M.D. Radiodiagnosis from N.S.B.C. Medical College, Jabalpur and subsequently completed 3years of senior residency from All India Institute of medical sciences(AIIMS), New Delhi. His professional experience includes ample exposure to all interventional procedures. He had a lot of experience of routine as well as various life saving interventional procedures. Worked at AIIMS and ILBS has been a pleasurable journey and has greatly inspired and increased his dedication towards patient care and clinical research.
Assistant Professor, Dept of Radiodiagnosis, Institute of liver and Biliary sciences (ILBS), New Delhi (Sept 2011 – till date)
Senior Resident doctor, Dept.of Radiodiagnosis, All India institute of medical science (AIIMS), New Delhi (August 2008 – august 2011)
MBBS : Govt. Medical college, KOTA ( Rajasthan University)
M.D : N.S.B.C. Medical College, Jabalpur
Number of publications
Best case presentation award in 18th ISVIR Registry Cum Complications meet, 13th
14th August 2016, Nagpur.
Total Number of publications of that faculty member: 38
• Total Number of publications in 2017: 4
• Total number of projects: 2
Delivered lecture at Interventional Radiology Update - 2016" conference on 26th - 27th Nov, 2016 at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi on ''Role of TACE for advanced stage hepatocellur carcinoma''.
Delivered lecture at 18 th ISVIR registry cum Complication meet on 13th and 14th August 2016 at Nagpur on ''Complications in GI Interventions''.
Presented paper at SIR-2016(Society of interventional radiology) conference on April 03, 2016 at Vancouver Convention Centre, Canada on ''Radiofrequency ablation of surface v/s intraparenchymal hepatocellular carcinoma in chronic liver disease patients''.
Presented a case in 18 th annual ISVIR-2015(Indian society of vascular and interventional radiology) conference on 18-21feb at Bengaluru on ''Transjugular Intrahepatic Mesocaval Shunt''.
Presented a poster at ISVIR-2013 (Indian society of vascular and interventional radiology)
Details/List of Projects (Project Title, Funding Agency and Start Date)
Role of N-acetylcysteine in prevention of acute hepatic decompensation following TACE in intermediate and advanced HCC.