Research & Publications

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

RESEARCH

Though we are a small hospital,  we believe we need to be academically relevant. Being remote and rural does not exclude us from participating and contributing to research. Towards this end, we have always published papers in journals, contributed towards academia in terms of articles and presentations, and are very much part of a global consortium involved in research that is relevant to rural communities.

We have an institutional review board that provides the ethical clearance for all our work.

01

2003

Laparoscopy in esinophilic jejunitis presenting as subacute bowel obstruction. Tropical Gasteroenterology 2003:24;97-98 PDF Link 

02

2004

Benign ovarian cyst mimicking massive ascites. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of India 2004:54; 507

03

2005

Cherry pip bezoars causing acute small intestinal obstruction presenting with diabetic ketoacidosis Indian Journal of Gasteroenterology: 2005 : 24: 6 273-274 Link

04

2009

Transport of a patient with massive traumatic epistaxis using a cricket helmet and posterior nasal packing – Original article. ENT Journal June 2009: 88; no 6, 967-968. Alexander PV, Walters A Link

05

2009

Delayed Thrombolysis in Frostbite- a modality of worth. Accepted Indian Journal of surgery 13-09-2009.

06

2010

Images in Clinical Medicine: Flail Chest N Engl J Med 2010; 363:e35December 2, 2010 Link

07

2014

Developing infrastructure in remote areas in response to local needs, Alexander PV, Alexander A. P. Chrismed Journal of Health and Research 2014 Jan – April Vol1, Issue1, 40-44 Link

08

2015

Moving from Data Collection to Application: A Systematic Literature Review of Surgical Capacity Assessments and their Applications Carlson LC1, Lin JA, Ameh EA, Mulwafu W, Donkor P, Derbew M, Rodas E, Mkandawire NC, Dhanaraj M, Yangni-Angate H, Sani R, Labib M, Barbero R, Clarke D, Smith MD, Sherman L, Mutyaba FA, Alexander P, Hadley LG, VanRooyen MJ, Kushner AL. World J Surg. 2015 Jan 8. Link

09

2018

Surgical site infection after gastrointestinal surgery in high-income, middle-income, and low-income countries: a prospective, international, multicentre cohort study. Global Surgery Collaborative, published February 13th 2018 Lancet infectious diseases. Link

10

Partially fractured tracheostomy tube, a disaster averted, submitted to ENT journal

11

Intercostal pedicle flap in esophageal perforations: co author with Tait N, ANZ J of Surgery

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