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Dr Nirup Dutta
Dr Nirup Dutta
Qualifcation DNB (Neurosurgery)
Specialities Neuro Sciences,Spine Surgery
Specialities

Neuro Sciences,Spine Surgery

Area of Interests

I HAVE SPECIAL INTEREST IN  PAEDIATRICS NEUROSURGERY DUE TO LACK OF ANY SPECIFIC NEUROSURGEON EXCLUSIVELY PRACTISING IN THE SUBSET OF PAEDIATRIC AND INFANT CASES IN MY CITY,AND IT IS CHALLENGING WITH SATISFYING RESULT IF DIAGNOSED AND INTERVENED EARLY.
MY THESIS TOPIC WAS COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MORBIDITY BETWEEN MICROSCOPIC AND ENDOSCOPIC TRANS NASAL PITUITARY SURGERY AND I HAVE ASSISTED IN AT LEAST 50 SUCH SURGERIES IN LAST 6 YEARS . 
I HAVE BEEN TRAINED EXTENSIVELY IN PERFORMING SPINE SURGERY ALONG WITH CRANIAL SURGERY
 

Dr Nirup Dutta
Consultant

I am presently working as a Consultant Neuro Surgeon at AMRI hospitals Dhakuria since 2018 january,
I  COMPLETED MY 6YRS DIPLOMATE NATIONAL BOARD TRAINING FROM PARK CLINIC KOLKATA ,INDIA IN MARCH 2016. PASSED MY  EXIT EXAMS IN DECEMBER 2017
I AM BORN AND BROUGHT UP IN INDIA , MARRIED WITH ONE CHILD. 
I HAVE COMPLETED MY M.B.B.S. TRAINING FROM MANIPAL COLLEGE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES ,POKHARA  NEPAL IN 2006,
FINISHED MY INTERNSHIP ON 2007 FROM RAM KRISHNA MISSION SEVA PRATISTHAN 
JOINED DIPLOMATE NATIONAL BOARD (NEURO SURGERY)IN THE YEAR 2010 AND HAVE BEEN TRAINED FOR SIX YEARS AT PARK CLINIC WITH MY TENURE COMPLETING IN MARCH 2016 UNDER PROF. Dr.SANDIP CHATTERJEE AND PROF. Dr. MANOJ K BHATTACHARYYA.
MY COMPULSORY GENERAL SURGERY TRAINING WAS FROM  RAM KRISHNA MISSION SEVA PRATISTHAN.
I HAVE PASSED MY HIGHER SECONDARY FROM SAINT LAWRENCE HIGH SCHOOL IN 2001.
I PASSED MY SECONDARY EXAMINATION FROM PATHA BHAVAN HIGH SCHOOL IN 1999.
I HAVE TAKEN UP THE COURSE OF NEUROSURGERY WITH A CLEAR KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE PAUCITY OF QUALITY NEUROSURGICAL CARE COMPARED TO THE HUGE  POPULATION OF OUR STATE AND LACK OF MANY SKILLED MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS AND INSTITUTION CATERING TO THE  MASS AT AN AFFORDABLE RATE.

Stories of grit & miracles
Stories of grit & miracles
In a rare occurrence, a 61-year-old patient suffered an acute subdural haematoma or bleeding in the brain two days after being detected with dengue

Kolkata, 02.11.2022: In a rare occurrence, a 61-year-old patient suffered an acute subdural haematoma or bleeding in the brain two days after being detected with dengue. Doctors believe that while they have read about cases of dengue-induced cerebral haemorrhage in medical textbooks, none of them have ever come across such a case in recent times.

Tapan Biswas, a resident of Shahidnagar in South Kolkata, visited the OPD of AMRI Hospital Dhakuria on 27th September, 2022 with high grade fever, and was admitted after he tested positive for dengue. Dr Mahuya Bhattacharjee, Senior Consultant, Internal Medicine & Critical Care, the supervising physician of Mr BIswas, said, “When Mr Biswas had come to the OPD on 27th September, he came walking by himself and had no neurological complaints.”

Although Mr Biswas was otherwise stable, from 29th September afternoon he started complaining of severe headache, suddenly lost consciousness, and slipped into coma. “He was put on ventilator and a CT scan revealed that Mr Biswas had suffered an acute subdural haematoma, which was definitely triggered by dengue,” said Dr Bhattacharjee, who had treated Dr Biswas for COVID-19 during the Delta wave. She, however, was clear that COVID-19 did not have any role to play in his recent complications.

Consultant Neurosurgeon, Dr Nirup Dutta, who lead the surgery team, said, “There was a sizeable blood clot between his brain and skull, which was putting immense pressure on the brain. We operated on him that same night and after a two-hour-long surgery managed to clear the area of any clots. We cut out a piece of the skull and put it in an abdominal pocket so that it stayed healthy and we can put it back later. We conducted the surgery while he was still in coma and he was put back on ventilator.”

Dr Dutta explained that the severity of a coma is measured by the Glasgow Coma Scale on a range of 3 to 15, with 3 being the worst and 15 being the best condition. “Mr Biswas measure 4 on the coma scale but we managed to revive him. After the surgery, he was on ventilator for seven days, after which he was extubated and discharged on 10th October,” he said. Dr Bhattacharjee pointed out that when Mr Biswas visited for his first review on 1st November, he was able to walk by himself and there are no neurological deficits

In a rare occurrence, a 61-year-old patient suffered an acute subdural haematoma or bleeding in the brain two days after being detected with dengue
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Words of Appreciation
Pratima Sinha

Pratima Sinha started experiencing nausea and vomiting for 20 days. Her family took her for many consultations but there was no satisfactory result. In an emergency condition, she was admitted to AMRI. Under the supervision of specialists and the compassionate care of the nursing staff, Pratima Sinha soon started feeling better. A rare case of brain tumor was located and operated on by Dr. Nirup Dutta. Post-surgery, the patient was soon released after full recovery.

Pratima Sinha
DHAKURIA
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