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Dr. Monalisa Sahu Consultant Infectious Diseases

Dr. Monalisa Sahu

Dr. Monalisa Sahu

MD (AIIMS), DM infectious diseases ( AIIMS)

Department: Infectious Diseases
Designation: Consultant Infectious Diseases
Location: Secunderabad
Languages: English, Hindi, Odia
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Education Qualifications

Education Qualifications

  • MD (Clinical Microbiology), AIIMS New Delhi
  • DM (Infectious Diseases), AIIMS New Delhi
  • Clinical Observership at University of Liverpool and Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Liverpool, UK
  • International Short Course in Tropical Diseases, CMC Vellore
Services offeredServices offered
  • HIV/ AIDS
  • Tuberculosis
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  • Bone and Joint Infections
  • Implant related Infections
  • Transplant Infections
  • Fever of Unknown origin
  • Urinary tract Infections
  • Skin and soft tissue infections
  • Meningitis, encephalitis
  • Nosocomial infections: Multidrug resistant organisms, bacterial infections, fungal Infections
  • Community acquired infections: Malaria, Dengue, Scrub typhus, Leptospirosis, Pneumonia
  • Travel Clinic
  • Adult Immunization
Professional MembershipProfessional Membership
  • Clinical Infectious Diseases Society of India
Research & PublicationsResearch & Publications
  • Oral Presentation at ECCMID, Borstel, Germany in July 2017.
  • Poster Presentation in Advances against Aspergillosis conference at Lisbon, Portugal in Feb 2018
  • Sahu M et al. Splenic Abscess Caused by Salmonella Typhi and Co-Infection with Leptospira: A Rare Case Report: Case of the Month. J Assoc Physicians India. 2017;65(12):90-93
  • Kale P, Sahu M, Verma N, Mirdha BR. Association of 3 H –Hookworm, Haemosuccus Pancreaticus and Hypertension (Portal) in a patient with melena: a rare case report. Journal of Global Infectious Diseases. 2017;9(3):120-122.
  • Gupta N, Soneja M, Ray Y, Sahu M et al. Nosocomial pneumonia: Search for an empiric and effective antibiotic regimen in high burden tertiary care centre”: Drugs Discoveries and Therapeutics. 2018;12(2):97 -100.
  • Kumar A, Sahu M, Sahoo PR, Wig N. Under-explored dimensions of Anti-microbial stewardship in India. J Assoc Physicians India. 2018;66(12):69-71.
  • Kumar A, Sahu M, Khot W, Sethi P et al. Chikungunya: An Emerging Threat. Journal of Advances in Medicine. 2018;7(1):7-12.
  • Dar L, Choudhary A, Brijwal M, Sahu M et al. Dengue Outbreaks and Predominant Circulating Virus Serotypes and Genotypes over More Than Two Decades in a Hyper-enedmic Region. Open Forum Infectious Diseases. 2019; 6(2):S657.
Awards and AchievementsAwards and Achievements
  • Secured All India 1st rank in AIIMS DM entrance examination
  • Travel Award (European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious diseases), Trends in Mycology, 2015
  • Travel Award (European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious diseases), Advances Against Aspregillosis, 2018.
  • Awarded First Prize for best poster presentation at international conference, MYCOCON, Eastern Frontiers of Mycology, 2018.
  • Awarded 2nd Prize for best poster presentation at national Conference Liver Infectious Diseases (LIDs), 2019
Research Grants & ProjectsFAQ'S
  1. 1. Why do patients frequently visit Dr. Monalisa Sahu?

    Patients frequently visit Dr. Monalisa Sahu for HIV/ AIDS, Tuberculosis, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Bone and Joint Infections, Implant related Infections, Transplant Infections, Fever of Unknown origin, Urinary tract Infections, Skin and soft tissue infections, Meningitis, encephalitis, Nosocomial infections: Multidrug resistant organisms, bacterial infections, fungal Infections, Community acquired infections: Malaria, Dengue, Scrub typhus, Leptospirosis, Pneumonia, Travel Clinic and Adult Immunization. To see more reasons visit the doctor’s profile on Yashoda Hospitals.

  2. 2. What is Dr. Monalisa Sahu's education qualification?

    Dr. Monalisa Sahu has the following qualifications -MD (Clinical Microbiology), AIIMS New Delhi
    DM (Infectious Diseases), AIIMS New Delhi
    Clinical Observership at University of Liverpool and Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Liverpool, UK
    International Short Course in Tropical Diseases, CMC Vellore. You can book the doctor appointment through the doctor’s profile on Yashoda Hospitals

  3. 3. What does Dr. Monalisa Sahu specializes in?

    Dr. Monalisa Sahu is Consultant Infectious Diseases.

  4. 4. Where does Dr. Monalisa Sahu practice?

    Dr. Monalisa Sahu practices at Yashoda Hospitals – Secunderabad

  5. 5. How can I book Dr. Monalisa Sahu appointment?

    You can book Dr. Monalisa Sahu’s appointment online for Online video consultation and Opd consultation

MediaMedia
  • Monkeypox
  • How to protect yourself from infections?
  • All about COVID-19 variants
  • Action plan in Telangana to tackle Antimicrobial Resistance
  • Seasonal disease lead to spurt in OPD visits
  • Seasonal infections surge in Hyderabad
  • Dengue & Covid-19 blend in patients
  • The worst scenario of Tropical Diseases in India
  • Covid-19 impacts living with HIV
  • How to protect from Vector-Borne disease during Monsoon
  • Effect of Vector-Borne diseases during Covid-19
  • Rare case of White Fungus in recovered patients
  • India is struggling to contain the outbreak of Covid-19
  • Black-fungus amid Covid-19
  • Impact of humidity in Covid-19
  • Lassa Fever
  • First wave spread more into children and infants
  • Scarce Black Fungus drug
  • Impact of Black Fungus in Covid-19
  • Aggressive vaccination is important for combating Covid-19
  • White Fungus belongs to the family of Fungus Candida
  • Elders in the family should follow strict Covid appropriate behaviours
VideosVideos

How important is double masking during the Omicron variant of COVID-19?

Blogs by Dr. Monalisa Sahu

All You Need to Know about Mucormycosis

All You Need to Know about Mucormycosis

Aug 04, 2021 16:59

The Zygomycoses group of fungi, also referred to as the Mucormycosis, currently being commonly known as the black fungi, have been known to cause invasive diseases for many decades.

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Vector Borne Diseases and COVID-19

Jun 22, 2021 18:22

Vector-borne diseases are infections caused by parasites, viruses and bacteria. These bloodsucking insects transmit infectious pathogens amongst humans, as well as from animals to humans.

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