Dr Pritee Sharma has been the Best Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon in Hyderabad for over 19 years, developing proficiency and knowledge in each segment. Her qualifications include an MBBS from Topiwala National Medical College and B.Y.L Nair Hospital in 2005, D.N.B. General Surgery at Jagjivan Ram Hospital, Western Railway, Mumbai Central from 2006-09, and DNB - Peripheral Vascular Surgery at Army Hospital Research & Referral, Delhi University, New Delhi in 2013.
In addition to being a member of the Vascular Society of India, she is also a member of the Medical Council of India (MCI). In addition to Aorta Iliac & Femoral Angioplasty, Varicose Veins Treatment, Endovascular Treatment for Renal / Pulmonary Arteriovenous Malformations, Cerebrovascular Surgery, and IVC Filter Placement, the doctor provides other services as well.
She has written books, book chapters, and published several peer-reviewed publications in various national and international journals.
1. Vascular Society of India Conference (VSICON 2007):
A Comparative study on outcome between PIN stripper & Endovenous Laser in the management of symptomatic varicose veins.
2. Vascular Society of India Conference(VSICON 2008):
Chronic Venous Insufficiency: Does Occupation matter?
3. Venous Association of India Conference (VAICON 2008):
Endovenous laser for varicose veins: Truly an office procedure? (Best Paper Award)
4. Vascular Society of India Conference(VSICON 2010):
Retrospective Analysis of Radiofrequency Ablation in Symptomatic Varicose veins patients.
5. Vascular Society of India Conference(VSICON 2011):
Vascular Surgery in India: Student’s Perspective (Faculty Lecture)
6. Vascular Society of India Conference(VSICON 2012):
• 18F FDG-PET Scan: Future Gold Standard for Graft Infection (Best Paper Award)
• Endoleaks Post EVR: Wait and watch!
• Can we rely on sac volume measurements to predict endoleak on follow up CT scan?
7. Society of Vascular Surgery Annual Meeting (SVS 2013):
18F FDG-PET CT Scan: Future Gold Standard in Diagnosis of Vascular Graft Infection.
8. 14th Congress of Asian Society for Vascular Surgery (ASVS 2013):
To flow and flow for a lifetime it needs to be >249 ml/min at the first go?
9. ASI Clinical Meeting (2013):
FEVAR- Scaling new heights!
10. Vascular Society of India Conference (VSICON 2015):
Hybrid Approach: Duplex guided salvage of Prosthetic grafts for Hemodialysis access.
11. Venous Association of India Conference (2016):
Ultra sound mapping for A V access (Faculty Lecture)
12. Society of Vascular Surgery Annual meeting ( SVS 2017):
Descending Thoracic Aorta: A Good Alternative for Inflow in Patients with Hostile Abdomen or Aorta
13. Vascular Society of India Conference (VSICON 2018):
Safety and feasibility of ultrasound guided supraclavicular brachial plexus block with intercostobrachial nerve block for performing basilic vein transposition
14. Vascular Society of India Conference (VSICON 2018):
A cross sectional study of contemporary vascular access practices
15. 32nd Annual meeting of the European Society of Vascular
Surgeons (ESVS 2018) :
True brachial artery aneurysm associated with 44-year-old non-
united supracondylar fracture
16. Vascular Society of India (VSICON 2018)
NPWT makes a difference in wound ( Faculty Lecture)
17. Venous Association of India (VAICON 2019)
Newer Therapies: MOCA and Glue (Faculty Lecture)
18. Diabetic foot society of India (DFSI mid term 2019)
Management of Venous Insufficiency in DFU (Faculty Lecture)
19. Vascular Society of India (VSICON 2019)
Vascular access surveillance in Indian setting (Faculty Lecture)
20. Webinar conducted by Care Hospital (2020)
Clots and COVID-19
21. Vascular Society of India (VSICON 2020)
Current status of DCBs in treating CLTI : Safety issues and Updates. (Faculty Lecture)
22. Vascular Society of India (VSICON 2021)
BTK Controversies- Does Inframalleolar Angioplasty improve outcomes of Tibial Angioplasty. (Faculty Lecture)
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