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Dr. Urmila Anandh

Senior Consultant & Head

Department

Nephrology

Qualification

MBBS, MD (General Medicine), DNB (General Medicine), DM (Nephrology), DNB (Nephrology)

Dr. Urmila Anandh is the Head of the Department of Nephrology, Amrita Hospital, Faridabad. She completed her MBBS from Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) in 1990. JIPMER is one of the top-ranked medical institutions in India. She did her MD in General Medicine from All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi. She had an excellent academic record during my MBBS and was adjudged the best outgoing undergraduate of Madras University, one of the oldest universities in India. She has over 25 years of experience.
  • MBBS, MD (General Medicine)
  • DNB (General Medicine)
  • DM (Nephrology)
  • DNB (Nephrology)
  • President of India Gold Medal for the best Lady Intern 1990.
  • Best Outgoing Undergraduate of Madras University 1990.
  • Received Baxter Asia Young Investigator Award
  • International Society of Peritoneal Dialysis Seoul in 1998
  • Received Young Investigator Award International Society of Peritoneal Dialysis, Montreal in 2001
  • Received Young Investigator Award International Society of peritoneal Dialysis Amsterdam in 2004
  • Received Distinguished Fellows Award World Congress of Nephrology Singapore in 2005
  1. Wali JP, Aggarwal PK, Gupta U, Singh S.Ketoconazole in treatment of visceral leishmaniasis . Lancet 1990; 336: 810 -811 .
  2. Wali JP, Aggarwal PK, Gupta U, Singh S. Ketoconazole in the treatment of antimony and Pentamidine resistant Kala Azar.J. Infectious Diseases 1993;177:109-11.
  3. Wali JP, Aggarwal PK, Gupta U, Singh S.K. Ketoconazole in the treatment of drug resistant treatment of drug resistant Kala Azar .( abstract ). Journal of Association of Physicians of India 1991; 39:867 -868 .
  4. Diabetes Collaborative Study Group ( U Gupta member ). A unique human model of islet beta cell injury and regeneration (abstract0.Endocrinology 1993;232;4725
  5. Anandh U, Dhanraj P,Nayyar V,Ballal HS.Granulocyte-Macrophage Colony Colony Stimulating Factor (GM-CSF ) as an adjuvant to hepatitis B vaccination in hemodialysis patients : A preliminary report. Indian Journal of Nephrology 1997;7:109-111.
  6. Anandh U ,Thomas PP, JacobCK, Shastry JCM. Live unrelated renal transplantation: A follow up of 75 patients between 1987 -1994. (abstract).Indian Journal of Nephrology 1995; 5: 97.
  7. Ballal HS, Anandh U, Dhanraj PD , Nayyar V. Granulocyte Macrophage Colony Stimulating Factor(GM-CSF) as an adjuvant to Hepatitis B vaccination (HBV) in hemodialysis patients Journal of Associationof Physicians of India.1998:46;25.
  8. Ajith Kumar K, George S, Anandh U, Chandy S, Thomas PP.Vaccine induced necrobiotic granuloma. Clinical and Experimental Dermatology. 1998;23:222-224
  9. Thomas PP, Anandh U, Shastry JCM. Intradermal Hepatitis B vaccination and augmentation of response with erythropoeitin. (abstract) Nephrology Dialysis and Transplantation.1998; 17P: A79
  10. Anandh U, Ballal HS, Bastani B. Intradialytic Dobutamine therapy in maintenance hemodialysis patients with persistent hypotension American Journal of Nephrology 1999;19:459-463.
  11. Anandh U, Ballal HS. Peritoneal dialysis in the ICU. Is it effective.(abstract). Peritoneal Dialysis International 1998; 18: S23.
  12. Anandh U, Chaganti JR, Dhanraja PD, Ballal HS. Acquired cystic kidney disease in maintenance hemodialysis patients in India. Indian Journal of Nephrology1998; 8: 60-64
  13. Anandh U, Mathews M, Thomas PP. Cladosporium infection of the central nervous system the central nervous system in a renal allograft recipient. Indian Journal of Nephrology1998 ; 8:74 –76.
  14. Anandh U, Ballal HS. Profile of maintenance hemodialysis patients in a tertiary care hospital. (abstract ). Indian J Nephrol 1998; 8: 140
  15. Bastani B, Anandh U,Dhanraj P,Ballal HS.Intradialytic Dobutamine therapy in maintenance hemodialysis (HD) patients with persistent hypotension. Journal of the American Society of Nephrology.1998;9:198 A
  16. Anandh U, Ballal HS. Peritoneal dialysis as a form of continuous renal replacement therapy therapy in the intensive care unit. Indian Journal of Peritoneal Dialysis .1999; 3: 18-22.
  17. Ballal HS , Anandh U. Granulocyte macrophage- colony stimulating factor as an adjuvant to hepatitis B vaccination in maintenance hemodialysis patients (abstract). 15th International Congress of Nephrology, Buenos Aires, Argentina - 1999
  18. Ballal HS, Anandh U. Hemodialysis in India. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation 1999;14:873-4
  19. Anandh U, Bastani B, Ballal HS. Granulocyte - Macrophage colony - stimulating factor stimulating Factor as an adjuvant to Hepatitis B vaccination in maintenance hemodialysis patients . American J of Nephrology.2000:20:53-56
  20. Anandh U, Ballal HS. Treatment with recombinant Human Erythropoeitin in patients suffering from anaemia due to chronic renal failure. Indian Journal of Clinical Practice 2000:11:73-76.
  21. Anandh U, Ballal HS. Erythropoeitin and quality of life in maintenance haemodialysis patients .The Journal of Renal Sciences.2000:3: 25-29.
  22. Anandh U, Thomas PP, Shastry JCM, Jacob CK. A randomized,controlled trial of intra-dermal Hepatitis B vaccination and augmentation of response with Erythropoeitin. Journal of Association of Physicians of India.2000:48: 1061-1063.
  23. Anandh U., Fernandes K., Somiah S., Vincent L. CCPD: A viable mode of renal replacement therapy in critically ill patients. Perit. Dialysis. Int. 2001; 21: 550.
  24. Hague KMG, Dittmer I, Truman C, Anandh U, T. Feast, Bradley BA. In vitro cyclosporine sensitivity quantitated in a kidney transplant recipient. Indian J. Nephrol. 2001; 11: 173 – 176.
  25. .Bhavana S, Anandh U, Lloyd V. Effects of regular dietary counseling on dietary habits, dietary intake and anthropometric measurements of maintenance haemodialysis patients. Indian J. Nephrol. 2001; 10:114.
  26. Shobhana GN, Anandh U, Surjit S. The varying spectrum of X-linked hypophosphatemic rickets in females. Indian J. Nephrol. 2001; 10: 123
  27. Kavitha S., Shobhana GN, Anandh U, Surjit S., Lloyd V. Renal biopsy analysis of patients presenting with nephritic syndrome in a tertiary hospital. Indian J. Nephrol. 2001; 10: 124.
  28. Uday Z, Anandh U, Somiah S, Lloyd V. The impact of elevated Transaminase on the prognosis of acute renal failure. Indian J. Nephrol. 2001; 10: 127.
  29. Manohar K., Surjit S, Anandh U, Lloyd V. Acute Renal Failure in the elderly in a tertiary care hospital. JAPI, 2001; 49: 109.
  30. Nadri FR, Anandh U, Garg I, Surjit S, Vincent L. Renal histology in acute renal failure (ARF). JAPI, 2002; 50: 72.
  31. Vishwanath B, Anandh U, Renuka S, Surjit S, Vincent L.The clinical spectrum and prognosis of patients developing acute renal failure in the hospital – a study from a tertiary care hospital. JAPI, 2002; 50:73.
  32. .Zachariah U, Anandh U, Renuka S, Somiah S, Vincent L. The impact of elevated transaminases on the prognosis of acute renal failure (ARF). JAPI, 2002; 50: 74.
  33. Varghese S, Anandh U, Kini U, Vincent L. Association between membranous glomerulonephritis and erythema induratum. (Nodular vasculitis) – a case report. Indian J. Nephrol. 2002; 12: 27-29.
  34. Krishnan P, Anandh U, Fernandes DK., Somiah S., Vincent L. Renal failure in a patient with primary anti phospholipids syndrome. JAPI 2002; 50: 964 – 966.
  35. Anandh U, Vasanth A, Vincent L. Underlying tubular dysfunction in Patients with metabolic myopathies. Nephrol Dial Transplant.2002:17 Suppl 1:S107.
  36. Anandh U. Patient education during CAPD training (pertaining to the Indian Scene). Indian Journal of Peritoneal Dialysis. 2003; 5: 1-8.
  37. Anandh U, S Renuka, S Somiah, L Vincent.Acute renal failure in the tropics: emerging trends from a tertiary care hospital in South India.Clin Nephrol 2003; 59:341-344.
  38. Phadke KD, Anandh U. Ethics of paid organ donation. Pediatr. Nephrol. 2002; 17: 309-311
  39. Anandh U. Acute Renal Failure in the tropics: Emerging trends from a tertiary care hospital in South India. Nephrol. Dial. Transplant. 2003. 18 (Suppl.4):S 652.
  40. Anandh U. Acute renal failure in patients with falciparum malaria. An audit from a tertiary care hospital in the tropics. Nephrol. Dial. Transplant. 2003. 18 (Suppl.4):S 662.
  41. Anandh U, Prassana K, Lincoln S, Garg I, Alexander P. Drug induced acute interstitial nephritis:role of native medications. Nephrol Dial transplant 2004;19 Suppl 4:S150
  42. Biradar V, Urmila A, Renuka S, Pais P. Clinical spectrum of hospital acquired renal failure:a study from tertiary care hospital.I ndian J Nephrol 2004; 93-96
  43. Anandh U, J Rajkumar D Shetty. Acute renal failure following cardiac surgery; factors predicting mortality and short term prognosis. Indian J Nephrol2005;15 Suppl 2:S7-9
  44. Anandh U.Peritoneal Dialysis as a modality of ultrafiltration in patients with congestive heart failure. Nephrology 2005; Suppl 1:S74.
  45. Anandh U, Srikanta SS .Anemia in early stage diabetic nephropathy and its impact on progression of diabetic nephropathy.Nephrol Dial Transplant Plus 2008;1 Suppl 2:S 83
  46. Anandh U, Foran C. Not all weight gain in peritoneal dialysis is excess fluid. Ind. Journal of Peritoneal Dialysis 2008;15 : 35-7
  47. Anandh U , Foran C . CABG in a patient on peritoneal dialysis: Case Report. Ind Journal of Peritoneal Dialysis 2009: 16 : 41-44
  48. .Kulkarni A, Sinha M, Anandh U. Primary cutaneous cryptococcosis due to cryptococcus laurentii in a renal transplant recipient. Saudi J Kidney Dis Transpl 2012;23: 102-105.
  49. Anandh U, G Patil. Management of “Difficult to to treat peritonitis”. A case report and brief outline of management. Indian Journal of Peritoneal Dialysis.2013 ;25:29-34.
  50. Siddiqi N, Someshwar V, Roy D, Anandh U. Transjugular renal biopsy in a case of Nephrotic syndrome with extrahepatic portal venous obstruction. Indian Journal of Nephrology ;2013: 104-106
  51. Anandh U , Shah A, Patel C, Malghan R. Emphysematous pyelonephritis presenting as a sonologically absent kidney. Saudi J Kidney Dis Transpl 2015; 26(4);764-768
  52. Anandh U, Virarkar M, Shah A, Hastak M. Immunoglobin G4 –Related Disease: Two case reports and review of the recent literature. Saudi J Kidney Dis Transpl 2015;26(6):1282-88.
  53. Vishwakarma K, Anandh U. Mesenteric ischemia masquerading as refractory peritonitis in continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis patients. Indian J of nephrol 2015;25:380-2
  54. Golla S, Anandh U, Anandh B. Mixed acid base disorder secondary to Topiramate use in traumatic brain injury.A case report Indian J Nephrol.2016;26:452-4
  55. Anandh U ,Mandavkar P, Das B, Rao S.FGF-23 levels in maintenance hemodialysis patients in India. Indian J Nephrol 2017;27:9-12.
  56. Anandh U, Johari S, Vaswani B. Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH) secondary to hemodialysis catheter related blood stream infection..A case report. Indian J Nephrol .2017;27:133-5
  57. Anandh U, Jayanna K. Non tubercular mycobacterial (NTM) infection in a renal allograft recipient :A case report. Accepted. Indian J Nephrol 2017.27:478-81.
  58. Anandh U, Kumar R, Babu S. Emphysematous pyelonephritis and obstructive uropathy: case report. J Urol Ren Dis:DOI:10.29011/2572-7903.000069.
  59. Talari K, Anandh U,Patrick A .Lupus nephritis with coexistent antiphospholipid antibodies associated nephropathy:A case report and literature review.Indian J Nephrol 2018;28:164-6
  60. Vinay Kumar, Hebbar S, Bhat A, Panwar S, Vaishnav M,Muniraj K, nath V, Vijay RB, Manjunath S, Thyagaraj B, Siddalingappa C, Siddaiah MC, Dasgupta I, Anandh U, Thummala K, Srikanta SS, Krishnaswamy PR, Bhat N. Application of a nanotechnology -based point-of-care diagnostic device in diabetic kidney disease. Kidney Int Rep 2018: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ekr.2018.05.008.
  61. Birajdar N, Dekate J, Reddy V, Anandh U. Colonic ulcerations in a patient on hemodialysis. Indian J Nephrol 2018;28:329-30.
  62. Anandh U, Nikalji R, Patrick A. Membranous nephropathy in a patient with Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease: Association of myelin mutations. Indian J Nephrol 2018;28:397-400
  63. Anandh U, Birajdar N, Kumar R, Babu S. Xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis: Intrahepatic and intrathoracic extension. Indian J Nephrol 2018;28:468-71.
  64. Anandh U, Chandrasekar G, Agarwal V. Mammalian target of rapamycin in a patient with polycystic kidney disease -1-tuberous sclerosis -2 contiguous gene syndrome. Saudi J Kidney Dis Transpl 2018;29:1475-9.
  65. Yadav R, Anandh U, Ritesh K, Marda S. Persistence of left superior vena cava detected during cuffed dialysis catheter insertion. Saudi J Kidney Dis Transpl 2020;31:542-4
  66. Anandh U, Patrick A, Sharma R.Coexistent amyloid fibrils in a patient with combined light chain deposition disease and light chain cast nephropathy. Indian J Nephrol 2019:29:204-6
  67. Birajdar N, Anandh U, Sunitha P, Rajlakshmi. A Hand Grip strength in patients on maintenance hemodialysis: an observational cohort study from India. Indian J Nephrol 2019;29:393-7
  68. Yadav R Anandh U. AL Amyloidosis in a patient with long standing rheumatoid arthritis: Is there a link with autoimmune disease and monoclonal gammopathy or renal significance? Indian Journal of Nephrology(accepted for publication)
  69. Anandh U, Kumar Ch.R, Aggarwal V. Acute interstitial nephritis in a patient with high aluminum blood levels: A case report. Indian J Nephrol 2020; 30:39-41
  70. Kumar Ch.R, Anandh U, Gowrishankar S, Gupta K, Jadhav S. Non- diabetic renal pathology in biopsies of type 2 diabetes mellitus patients; Changing trends and the clinical factors predicting these lesions.Saudi J Kidney Dis Transpl2021;32:999-1005
  71. Yadav R, Anandh U, Gowrishankar S. Unusual cause of irreversible acute kidney injury post gastrectomy.SaudiJ Kidney Dis Transpl 2021;32:564-7.
  72. .Kuchukanti PK, Ray Chaudhuri J, Anand U, et al. Association of serum 25 hydroxyvitamin D levels with primary hypertension: A study from south India. Hypertension Research. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41440-020-0394-4
  73. Anandh U. SARS-CoV-2 Infection in children. Journal of Renal Nutrition and Metabolism. J.Renal Nutr Metab 2020;6:12-6.
  74. Anandh U, Rakesh Kumar Ch. Vishnu Rao. Secondary subcutaneous rhizopus infection in a post- transplant recipient with calcific uremic arteriolopathy. Case Reports in Infectious Diseases.2020,Article ID 8695204 https://doi.org/10.1155/2020/8695204
  75. Prasad N, Hatt M, Agarwal SK, Anandh U et al. The adverse effect of COVID pandemic on the care of patients with kidney diseases in India. Kidney Int Reports 2020. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ekir.2020.06.034
  76. Anandh U, Gopal B, Bajpai Divya, Shingada AK, Lerma EV, Bek SG, Lopez-Almaraz, Del-Granado RC, Amare FA, Dheerendra P, Conjeevaram A. Social media coverage of the ISN World Congress of Nephrology 2019; Exploring novel strategies. Kid Int Reports 2020. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ekir.2020.07.038.
  77. Pal BC, Patel G, Anandh U, Kukreja V. Kidney transplant in the presence of massively calcified vessels:A surgical challenge. Indian J Transplant 2020; 14:358-9.
  78. Kute VB, Godara S, Guleria S, Ray DS, Aziz F, Hegde U, Sharma A, Nayak KS, Siddini V, Sarkar P, Thukral S, Mondal RRS, Goswami J, Patel HV, Abraham A, Pathak V, Anandh U, Jha PK, Bavikar S, Bonu RS,Gulati S,Anil Kumar BT, Yadav DK. Is it safe to be transplanted from living donors who recovered from COVID-19?: Experience of 31 kidney transplants in a multi-center cohort study from India. Transplantation 2021;105:842-50
  79. Premlatha S, Swetha, Vaishnavi, Priyanka, Anandh U.Eating during dialysis: An observational cohort study from India. Journal of Renal Nutrition and Metabolism.J Ren Nutr Metab 2020:6:97-101
  80. Vivek Kute, Ray DS,Yadav DK, Pathak V,BhallaAK, Godara S, Anil Kumar BT, Guleria S, Khullar D,Thukral S, Mondal RRS, Jain M , Jha PK, Hegde U, Abraham AM, Dalal S, Patel H, Bahadur MM, Shingare A, Sharma A, Sharma RK, Anandh U, Gulati S,Gumber M, Siddini V, Deshpande R,Kaswan K , Varyani U ,Kakde S, ,Kenwar DP , Hari SMeshram HS, Kher V. A multi-centre cohort study from India of 75 kidney transplants in recipients recovered after COVID-19.Transplantation 2021; 105: 1423-32
  81. Anandh U, Gowrishankar S, Sharma A, Salama A, Dasgupta I. Kidney Transplant Dysfunction in a patient with COVID -19 infection: Role of concurrent Sars-Cov 2 nephropathy, chronic rejection and vitamin C-mediated hyperoxalosis :Case Report. BMC Nephrology 2021;91 https://doi.org/10.1186/s12882-021-02298-x
  82. Anandh U, Bek SG, Arce -Amare F, Bajpai D, Lerma E, Calure Del-Granado R, Basu G,Pecoits-Filho R, Conjeevaram A. The changing dynamics of nephrology online education in 2020.Kidney International Reports 2021; 6:S 358
  83. Anandh U, Deshpande P. Management of progressive allograft dysfunction: Issues and concerns." Indian J Transplant 2022;16:42-7.
  84. Anandh U, Gowrishankar S, Aurangabadkar H. Partial pelvi-ureteric junction obstruction secondary to BK Virus infection early post transplantation.".(accepted for publication) Indian Journal of Organ Transplantation.
  85. AnandhU,Sudhakar G, Afroze S. Cytomegalovirus-related hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis after renal transplantation. Indian J Nephrol.2022;32:92-3
  86. Anandh U, Pradeep Mishra, Hilal Malla. Normocalcemic tetany in a patient with hypokalemic periodic paralysis of Sjogren’s Syndrome: Neuromuscular excitability secondary to the ‘forgotten cation’. Archives of Neuroscience 2021.doi.10.5812/ans.105542
  87. Anandh U, Sahay M. The ethical and moral compass of directed deceased donation. (commentary). Indian Journal of Transplantation 2021;15:91-2.
  88. Prasad N, Behera MR, Bhatt M, Agarwal SK, GopalkrishnanN,Fernando E, Roy Chaudhary A, Sahay M, Singh S,Jain A, Tapiawala S, Kamble A, Bohra R, Gupta A, Anandh U,Jha V. Outcomes of symptomatic coronavirus disease 19 in maintenance hemodialysis patients in India. Seminars in Dialysis 2021; https://doi.org/10.1111/sdi.13000
  89. Jha PK,Yadav DK, Siddini V,Bansal SB, Sharma R, Anandh U et al. A Retrospective Multi-Center Experience of Renal Transplants from India During COVID-19 Pandemic" Clinical Transplantation.2021.doi.1111/ctr.14423
  90. Yang HS, Hur M, Lee KR, Kim H, Kim HY,Kim JW, Chua MT, Kuan WS, Chua HR, C, Phattharapornjaroen C, Chittamma A, Werayachankul W, Anandh U, Herath S,Endre Z,Horvath AR, Antonini P, DiSomma S. Biomarker rule-in or rule out in patients with acute diseases for validation of acute kidney injury in the emergency department. (BRAVA): a multicenter study evaluating urinary TIMP-2/IGFBP7.ALM 2022;42: 178-87. https:// doi.org/ 10.3343/ alm.2022.42.2.178
  91. Kute VB, Meshram HS, Patel H, Hegde U, Das P, Sil K, Sahay M, Raju SB, Roy Chaudhary A, Siddini V, Pathak V, Bahadur MM, Anandh U, Krishna A, Abraham A,Patel AH, Mishra V, Chauhan S. Is early COVID-19 in kidney transplant recipients concerning enough to halt transplantation? A multicenter comparative analysis from India. Transplantation Proceedings. Transplantation Proceedings. 2021. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.transproceed.2021.08.034
  92. Premlatha S , Shivani N, Yadav V, Anandh U. An integrative approach to detect PEW in dialysis patients.J Renal Nutr Metab 2021;7:43-7
  93. Meshram HS, Kute VB, Swarnalatha G, Hegde U, Sharma A, Sahay M, Guleria S, Raju SB,Eapen J, Ray DS, Roy Chaudhury A,Patel H,Siddini V,Pathak V, Agarwal D,Bahadur MM, Verma PP, Anandh U, Krishna A, Abraham A, Mishra V. Impact of COVID-19 in transplantation and nephrology in India: A nationwide report from India. Transplantation Proceedings 2021.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.transproceed.2021.09.008
  94. Vivek Kute, Anandh U et al. Impact of COVID-19 associated mucormycosis in kidney transplant recipients: A multicentre cohort study.  Transplantation Direct 2022;8:e1255; https://doi.org/10.1097/TXD.0000000000001255.
  95. Anandh U, Ramesh G, Ritesh Kumar. Lessons learnt from vascular calcification in a renal transplant recipient: Case Report. Indian J Transplant 2022;16:230-3
  96. Claure -Del Granado R, Anandh U, Lerma E, Conjeevaram A, Arce-Amare F, Soares dos Santos Jr AC, Basu G, Bek S, Dhakal AK, Gawad MA, Akl A, Turgut D, Karam S, Bajpai D, Pecoits-Filho R. Challenges and opportunities of a vitual nephrology meeting:The ISN World Congress of Nephrology 2021.Kidney Int Rep (2021) https: //doi.org /10.1016 / j.ekir. 2021.11.039
  97. Premlatha KS, Shivani RN, Yadav PV, Anandh U. Frailty in hemodialysis patients: A study from two tertiary care dialysis units. J Renal Nutr Metab. (accepted for publication)
  98. Kumar R, Badge R, Anandh U. Risk of acute kidney injury based on TIMP-2/IGFBP7 at admission in ICU and at 48 hours and the predictive factors of acute kidney injury. Kidney Int Rep 2022; 7: S25-6
  99. Bannur S, Anandh U, Ram P.Acute kidney injury in critically ill COVID-19 infected patients requiring renal replacement therapy. Kidney Int Rep 2022:7: S362-3.
  100. Kute VB, Ray DS, Aziz F, Godara SM, Hegde U ,Kumar BT A, AK, Yadav DK, S,Pathak V, Dalal S, Bahadur MM, Anandh U, Abraham MA, Siddini V, Das SS, Thukral S, Krishnakumar A, Sharma A, Kher V, Bansal SB, Shingare A, Narayanan R, Patel H, Gulati S, Kakde S, Bansal D, Guleria S, Khullar D, Gumber MR, Varyani U, Guditi S, Khetan P, Dave R, Mishra VV, Tullius SG, Chauhan S, Meshram HS. Management strategies and outcomes in renal transplant recipients recovering from COVID-19: A retrospective, multicentre, cohort study. EClinicalMedicine 2022: 101359.
  101. Annadh U.AL Amyloidosis with polycythemia, leucocytosis and thrombocytosis: A case report (accepted for publication) Journal of Indian Medical Association.
  102. Anandh U. Women in nephrology: The journey, barriers, challenges and the future. Indian Journal of Kidney Diseases 2022;1:3-7
  103. Anandh U, Gowrishankar S. Acute interstitial nephritis following lenalidomide therapy in a patient with AL amyloidosis. Ind J of Nephrol (accepted for publication)
  104. Anandh U, Bannur S. Nephrotic syndrome post COVID 19 infection: Association or mere coincidence. Ann Case Rep:7:842 https://doi.org/10.29011/2574-7754.100842
  105. Anandh U. COVID -19 and transplantation in India. Medical Research archives10(7). https://doi.org/10.18103/mra.v10i7.2867
  106. Kher V, Kute VB, Sahariah S, Ray DS, Khullar D, Guleria S, Bansal S, Gang S, Bhalla AK, Prakash J, Abraham A, Shroff S, Bahadur MM, Das P, Anandh U, Ray Chaudhury A, Singhal M, Kothari J, Raju SB, Pahari DK, Siddini GV, Sudhakar G, Varughese S, Saha TK. Clinical perspectives towards improving risk stratification strategy for renal transplantation outcomes in Indian patients.Indian J Transplant 2022;16:145-54.