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Dr. Anshul Jain



Emergency Medicine


MBBS, MD Emergency Medicine, MRCEM (Royal College London)

Dr Anshul Jain is working as Assistant Professor/Consultant in the department of Emergency Medicine. He completed his MBBS and MD Emergency Medicine from Government Medical College Surat Gujarat, One of the Few NMC recognized institutes for emergency medicine in India. He has Worked as a Senior Resident in Emergency Medicine for 3 years from 2018 to 2021 from Prestigious All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) New Delhi. He was the Consultant & Incharge Emergency Department at Sarvodaya Hospital & Research Centre Sector 8 Faridabad (July 2021- July 2022),and was a Recognised DNB Emergency Medicine Faculty during the same period.
  • MBBS
  • MD Emergency Medicine
  • MRCEM (Royal College London)
  • BLS, ACLS, ATLS and PALS Certified
  • Expert in handling all types of emergencies with a special interest in Toxicology
  • Expert in Point of care Ultrasound(POCUS)
  • Faculty of 1 day AIIMS basic emergency care course conducted by dept of emergency medicine, JPN Apex Trauma Centre, AIIMS(22nd Nov 2018 and 13th Dec 2018) under Dr Sanjeev Bhoi.
  • Faculty for AIIMS Emergency ECG Course organised by Department of Emergency Medicine, AIIMS New Delhi(26th Nov 2018)
  • Faculty of course on CAPACITY BUILDING PROGRAM FOR TRAUMA CARE SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT FOR THE STATE OF RAJASTHAN conducted by Department of Emergency Medicine, JPN Apex Trauma Centre, AIIMS in collaboration with Road Safety Cell, Transport Department, Government of Rajasthan.
  • Invited as Faculty for the 4th Foundation Training Programme (FTP) for GDMO under Central Health Services(CHS) held from 16th DEC 2019 to 25th JAN 2020 organised by NIHFW, New Delhi, in collaboration with Ministry of Health & Family welfare, Government of India.
  1. Application of RUSH (Rapid ultrasound in shock & hypotension) Protocol on patients presenting with shock in the emergency Department: British Journal of medical and health research 2021 ISSN 2394-2967.
  2. Comparative evaluation of revised trauma score and injury severity score as prognosis predictor among polytrauma patients: Archives of trauma Research 2021.
  3. Correlation between severity of head injury and electrolytes in patients with traumatic brain injury: IOSR-Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences 2017.
  4. Spontaneous rupture of spleen in P. Vivax: A Rare case entity, IOSR-Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences 2017.