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Dr Anwar Kandarumadathil Rashid

Anaesthetics

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About me

I graduated from Bangalore Medical College, Bangalore University, India in 1996 and completed my MD in Anaesthetics from Gujarat University, Ahmedabad, India in 2002.
After coming to UK in 2004, I completed basic and advanced anaesthetic training from Kent-Surrey & Sussex (KSS) deanery and Oxford deanery rotating through East Surrey Hospital, Conquest Hospital, Royal Berkshire Hospital, Milton Keynes Hospital and Oxford University Hospitals. I was appointed as a Consultant Anaesthetist in Bedford Hospital in 2012.
I have completed advanced training fellowships in obstetric anaesthesia, regional anaesthesia and anaesthesia for upper gastro-intestinal and bariatric surgery from Oxford deanery.
My areas of interests include obstetric anaesthesia and regional anaesthesia and he is a faculty at Oxford regional anaesthesia course and annual RA (Regional Anaesthesia)-UK cadaver workshop at Oxford.
I routinely provides anaesthesia for obstetrics, major colorectal surgery, vascular surgery, ENT, orthopaedics and trauma.

Areas of interest

Regional anaesthesia; Anaesthesia - obstetric; orthopaedics; vascular; ENT

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  • A7352

    Image-guided local anaesthetic blockade of named major nerve or plexus - (5-50)

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