Dr. Uday Sanglodkar

Dr. Uday Sanglodkar
Dr. Uday Sanglodkar

Dr. Rela Institute & Medical Centre, Chennai

Designation of Dr. Uday Sanglodkar

Dr. Uday Sanglodkar  
Hepatologist, Gastroenterologist
Consultant – Hepatology and Medical Gastroenterology
Dr. Rela Institute & Medical Centre, Chennai, India

Profile Snapshot of Dr. Uday Sanglodkar

  • Dr. Uday Sanglodkar is a highly motivated and compassionate medical gastroenterologist with experience in hepatology/transplant hepatology.
  • His areas of interest include hepatobiliary diseases, liver intensive care, and transplant hepatology.
  • Dr. Uday Sanglodkar has vast experience in pre and post-liver transplant care, liver intensive care management, and evidence-based management of gastrointestinal and liver diseases.
  • Dr. Sanglodkar is having expert hands at diagnostic and therapeutic gastrointestinal endoscopy, and also ensures quality assurance practices, academics, and continuing education.

Dr. Uday Sanglodkar’s Expertise

  • Hepatobiliary diseases
  • Liver Intensive Care and
  • Transplant Hepatology

Work Experience of Dr. Uday Sanglodkar

  • Consultant – Gastroenterology, and Hepatology at Global Hospital  from 2016 to present

Dr. Uday Sanglodkar’s Qualifications

  • MBBS
  • DNB General Medicine
  • DNB Medical Gastroenterology

Publications of Dr. Uday Sanglodkar

  • Use of Hemospray for recurrent life-threatening post EVL/EST ulcer bleeding
  • A series of 25 cases of cellulitis in decompensated liver disease from southern India.
  • Pancreatitis, panniculitis, and Polyarthritis – a rare triad!
  • Gastroesophageal reflux – Is it uncommon in Indian patients with decompensated liver cirrhosis?
  • Risk factors predicting nosocomial, healthcare-associated, and community-acquired infection in spontaneous bacterial peritonitis and survival outcome
  • Rationalizing diuretic use in Indian patients with decompensated liver cirrhosis: a stepping stone to set guidelines for Indian patients
  • Study of neurological manifestations in chronic alcoholic patients.
  • Bacteremia in Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis as a predictor of prognosis

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