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Dr Saraswat is a Consultant Gynaecologist and Minimal access surgeon in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary since 2014. She is the Lead for Aberdeen Endometriosis Centre which provides tertiary care services for endometriosis patients in North and North East of Scotland.
Prior to taking up the consultant post she completed her specialist training in obstetrics and gynaecology in Aberdeen. She was awarded gold medal for MRCOG in 2005. She went on to do the prestigious RCOG Advanced Laparoscopic Fellowship and undertakes complex laparoscopic surgery.
Her clinical interests include endometriosis and pelvic pain, menstrual problems, pelvic floor dysfunction and all general gynaecological problems in premenopausal and postmenopausal women.
She has a keen interest in women’s health research. Her PhD focussed on long term health outcomes in women with endometriosis. She is engaged in a wide variety of research projects to improve women’s health both locally and nationally.
Areas of interest
Minimal access surgery; endometriosis and pelvic pain; menstrual disorders; fibroids; ovarian cysts; pelvic organ prolapse; urinary incontinence; premenopausal and postmenopausal general gynaecology problems
- Kathleen Simpson
- Albyn Hospital 21-24 Albyn Place ABERDEEN AB10 1RW
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- Dr Pandeshwar Gururaj Fee Assured
- Dr Karen Cranfield Fee Assured
- Dr Peter Faber Fee Assured
- Dr Naveen U Kirodian Fee Assured
Current NHS consultant posts held
Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
She has a keen interest in research to improve women’s health. Her PhD focussed on long term health outcomes of women with endometriosis, where she studied pregnancy outcomes, risk of further gynaecological surgery and future cancer in all women in Scotland diagnosed with endometriosis over a 30 year period.
She has publications in esteem journals and has been an invited speaker in several national and international conferences.
She is the Principal Investigator for multicentre large research trials and funding from Scottish government to undertake research.
In her spare time (which is not a lot!) she enjoys dancing, playing badminton and experiment with different cuisines
MRCOG (Gold Medal)
David Liu Prize for the best paper published in BJOG journal 2016-2017
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