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Dr Srinivas Bacchu
Qualification : MBBS, MD (General Medicine), MRCP (UK), FRCPath, CCT (Hematology)  
Designation : Consultant, Clinical Hematology, Hemato-Oncology, Bone Marrow Transplant  
Specialty : Hematology  
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Location : CARE Hospitals, Hi-tech City, Hyderabad
Past Positions
  • Bone Marrow Transplant Consultant at University Hospital of Wales
  • Fellowship in Bone Marrow Transplantation(Bristol)
  • Specialist registrar training in Hematology at University Hospital of Wales
Expertise
  • Leukaemia lymphoma, myeloma treatments
  • Bone Marrow Transplantation for adults and children with both malignant and benign haematological disorders, inherited disorders and immunodeficiency syndromes
  • Clinical Hematology and Hematolo-oncology services
Awards & Recognitions
  • MD (General Medicine) Mysore Medical College
  • MRCP ( Royal college of Physicians)
  • FRCPath Haematology (Royal college of Pathologist)
  • CCT(Hematology) UK
Research & presentations
  • Poster: Risk factors for progression of monoclonal gammopathy of unknown significance. Choudhury A, Bacchu S, Hassan Y. European Federation of Internal Medicine (2008)
  • Poster: Aciclovir prophylaxis following allogenic stem cell transplantation. Bacchu S, Holder K, Osman H, Ewing J. EHA, Vienna, Austria (2007)
  • Poster: Elevated D-dimer level is a predictor of poor survival even in patients without venous thrombosis. Bacchu S, Paneesha S, French K, Chenye E, Borg A, Rose P. ASH, Orlando, USA (2006)
  • Poster: A predictive model to identify patients with venous thromboembolism (VTE) at minimal risk of malignancy. Paneesha S, Zhang W, Parsons N, French K, Chenye E, Bacchu S, Borg A, Rose P. ASH, Orlando, USA (2006)
  • Poster: Elevated D-dimer level at presentation in patients with venous thrombosis is a marker for poor survival. Paneesha S, Cheyne E, French K, Bacchu S, Borg A, Rose P. BSH, Edinburgh, UK (2006)
  • Poster: High D-dimer level at presentation in patients with venous thrombosis is a marker for malignancy. Paneesha S, Cheyne E, French K, Bacchu S, Borg A, Rose P. BSH, Edinburgh, UK (2006)
  • Oral: What do elevated D-dimer levels mean in patients without venous thrombosis? Paneesha S, Bacchu S, French K, Chenye E, Borg A, Rose P. Bournemouth, UK (2007)
Publications
  • S Bacchu, VS Reddy. Plasma cell dyscrasia presenting as retro-orbital mass - Lesson to learn? Journal of Medical and Scientific Research, 2014; 158-160
  • Bacchu S, Sampath V S, Dewan P, Conway C, Birdsall S, Kell J. Iron chelation in myelodysplastic syndromes: A dual centre experience. Abstract presentation, EHA, London (2011)
  • Knowlson L, Bacchu S Parneesha S, Mc Manus A, Randall K, Rose P. Elevated D-dimers are also a marker of underlying malignancy and increased mortality in the absence of venous thromboembolism. J Clinical Pathology, 2010; 63 (9): 818
  • Bacchu S, Fegan C, Neal J. Cerebral toxoplasmosis in a patient with chronic lymphocytic leukaemia treated with fludarabine. Br J Hematology, 2007; 139 (3): 349
  • Paneesha S, Chenyne E, French K, Bacchu S, Borg A. Rose P. High D-dimer level at presentation in patients with venous thromboembolism is a marker of adverse clinical outcomes. Br J Haematology, 2006; 135 (1): 85-90

Philosophy: Dr Srinivas Bachhu believes in evidence based practice. He also understands the need to deliver healthcare in Comprehensive manner.