Name: Suresh Nayak
Date of birth: 7th December 1969.
Marital Status: Married
Address: (Office) Vadodara Institute of Neurological Sciences,
99, Urmi Society, Opp. Goverdhandas Haveli,
Akhota, Vadodara, Gujarat.
(Residence) 7 Laxminarayan Duplex, Near VipulVatika, Off Rajesh Tower road, Gotri.
Vadodara, India – 390 002.
(Mobile) +91 9879512237
SECONDARY SCHOOL CERTIFICATE
GUJARATSTATE SECONDARY CERTIFICATE BOARD
SCHOOL SANSKAR VIDYA VIHAR, BARODA.
HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL CERTIFICATE
GUJARATSTATE HIGHER SECONDARY CERTIFICATE BOARD
SCHOOL BARODA HIGH SCHOOL JR 2, ALKAPURI, BARODA, INDIA.
BACHELOR OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY (M.B.,B.S.)
FIRST MBBS M. S. UNIVERSITY, MEDICAL COLLEGE BARODA.
1990 – FIRST CLASS
SECOND MBBS THE MAHARAJA SAYAJIRAO UNIVERSITY OF BARODA, BARODA.
1991 – FIRST CLASS
THIRD MBBS THE MAHARAJA SAYAJIRAO UNIVERSITY OF BARODA, BARODA.
1992 – FIRST CLASS
MASTER OF SURGERY (M.S.) (General Surgery)
THE MAHARAJA SAYAJIRAO UNIVERSITY OF BARODA, BARODA,
MAGISTER CHIRURGIAE (M.Ch.) (Neurosurgery)
SANJAY GANDHI POST GRADUATE INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, LUCKNOW.
INDIAN MEDICAL COUNCIL G – 7956
Associate Professor and Neurosurgeon
Bhailal Amin General Hospital,
Bhailal Amin Road, Vadodara, India. 390 003.
Fatehgunj, Vadodara, India. 390 002.
Vadodara Institute Of Neurological Sciences,
Akota, Vadodara, India.
Goraj, Vadodara, India.
Warasia, Vadodara, India.
BAPS and Pramukhswami Hospital,
Atladara, Vadodara, India.
Senior Registrar Dept. of Neurosurgery,
Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate
1st Jan1999 – 31st Dec 2001. Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow India. 226014.
Assistant Professor Department of Surgery
12th Aprl1998 – 10th Nov 1998. SSGHospital and MedicalCollege,
Senior Registrar Department of Surgery,
15th Apr1997 – 11th Apr 1998. SSGHospital and MedicalCollege,
Third year Resident The M.S. University of Baroda,
15th Apr 1996 – 14th Apr 1997 Vadodara, India.390 001.
Second year Resident
15th Apr,1995 – 14th Apr,1996
First year Resident
15th Apr,1994 – 14th Apr,1995.
Internee House Officer The M.S. University of Baroda, Vadodara,
Rotational – Surgery, Medicine, India.
1st Apr. 1993 – 31st Mar 1994.
AWARDS AND RESEARCH:
“Sequelae of pediatric burns”- thesis approved and accepted for the degree of Master of Surgery.
“Congenital atlantoaxial dislocations” – paper presented at the National Neurosciences Conference ,Hyderabad, India, 1999.
“Management protocol in patients with craniovertebral tuberculosis” – paper presented at the conference of National Neurosciences Conference, Chennai, India,2000.
1. Congenital reducible atlantoaxial dislocation: classification and surgical considerations.
Behari S, Bhargava V, Nayak S, Kiran Kumar MV, Banerji D, Chhabra DK, Jain VK.
Acta Neurochir (Wien). 2002 Nov;144(11):1165-77.
2. Unusual Neuroenteric Cysts: Diagnosis and Management
Raj Kumar, Suresh R. Nayak
Department of Neurosurgery, Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow, India
Pediatric Neurosurgery 2002;37:321-330
3. Management of pediatric congenital atlantoaxial dislocation: a report of 23 cases from northern India.
Raj Kumar and Suresh Radhakrishna Nayak
4. Craniocervical tuberculosis: protocol of surgical management.
Sanjay Behari, Suresh R Nayak, Vyom Bhargava, DeepuBanerji, Devendra K Chhabra and Vijendra K Jain
Neurosurgery52(1):72-80; discussion 80-1 (2003)
5. Late complication after tropic storm accident: subcutaneous and intracranial actinomycetoma.
Verma SB, Nayak S, Pasale RK, Kittner T, Wollina U.
Int Wound J. 2008 Dec;5(5):655-9. Epub 2008 Sep 19.
6. Spinal intramedullary ependymal cyst. Report of two cases and review of the literature.
Kumar R, Nayak SR, Krishnani N, Chhabra DK.
PediatrNeurosurg. 2001 Jul;35(1):29-34
7. Surgery for atlantoaxial dislocation chapter 111:DBanerji, S.Behari, Suresh Nayak,VK Jain.
Textbook of operative neurosurgery editors raviramamurthy, K sridhar,MCvasudevan consultant editors Prof B ramamurthy,Prof BN tendon
8. Role of repeat digital subtraction angiography in non traumatic subarachnoid hemorrhage: Early detection of recanalisation of the spontaneously thrombosedaneurysm.
West England Medical Journal Volume 111, Number 2, Article 3 June 2012. AnandAlurkar, Lakshmi SudhaPrasannaKaranam, Suresh Nayak, Sagar Oak.
9. Simultaneous Bilateral Carotid Artery Stenting in a series of 9 Patients: A single centre experience with Review of Literature. AnandAlurkar, Lakshmi SudhaPrasannaKaranam, Suresh Nayak, Sagar Oak.
Journal of Clinical Imaging Sciences. Vol 2 issue 4, Oct-Dec12.
10. Role of Balloon-Expandable Stents in Intracranial Atherosclerotic Disease in a Series of182 Patients.AnandAlurkar, Lakshmi SudhaPrasannaKaranam, Sagar Oak, Suresh Nayak and Sandeep Sorte.
11. Stent-assisted coiling in ruptured wide-necked aneurysms: A single-center analysis AnandAlurkar, Lakshmi SudhaPrasannaKaranam, Suresh Nayak, Sagar Oak
Surgical Neurology International 2012;3:131.
12. Idiopathic Thrombus in the Common Carotid Artery on Digital Subtraction Angiography. AnandAlurkar, Lakshmi SudhaPrasannaKaranam, Suresh Nayak, Sagar Oak
Journal of Clinical Imaging Science | Vol. 2 | Issue 1 | Jan-Mar 2012.
13. Ipsilateral Stroke with Uncrossed Pyramidal Tracts and Underlying Right Internal Carotid Artery Stenosis Treated with Percutaneous Transluminal Angioplasty and Stenting .A Rare Case Report and Review of the Literature. A. Alurkar, L. Sudha P. Karanam, A. Atre, S. Nirhale, S. Nayak, S. Oak.
NRJ DIGITAL Vol.2 Issue 7, Issue 7, April 15, 2012, 267-272
Since April 1994, over the last 19 years, I have been exposed to the management of a wide array of neurosurgical problems.
For the better part of the three years, during my post-graduate training in surgery, I worked in a neurosurgical unit, under Mr. J. Sheth, FRCS. During this period I gained valuable experience in the management of neurological trauma – both Head and Spinal injuries, besides learning how to manage common infections and tumors of the brain and spine.
Following this, from January1999 to December 2001, I worked as a Senior Registrar in the Department of Neurosurgery, Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGIMS), Lucknow, India. SPGIMS is a nationally recognized tertiary care centre catering to the needs of more than 20 million people in North India. It was here, under the able guidance of Prof. V.K. Jain and Prof. D.K. Chabbra, that I got a chance to hone my surgical skills. Owing to the very large numbers of patients catered to by the institute, I got a chance to manage even the rarest of neurosurgical problems.
As Prof. V.K. Jain had a special interest in lesions of the Skull Base, Cranio-vertebral junction and Neurovascular surgery, I was able to become familiar with a variety of surgical approaches and techniques related to these areas.
It was here that I learnt Microsurgical Operating techniques and the application of Minimally Invasive approaches to the Spine and the Brain. Besides this, I also assisted in and independently performed a host of neurosurgical operations including surgeries for tumours, infections, traumatic lesions and congenital anomalies of the Spine and the Brain. I also assisted in a number of neurovascular surgeries for the treatment of aneurysms and other vascular malformations of the Spine and Brain.
After obtaining my M.Ch. degree in Neurological Surgery from the SPGIMS, I have been practicing as a Neurosurgeon in Vadodara for the last 15 years. During this period, I have managed more than 3500 patients and conducted over 2500 operations. About 40% of my practice has involved managing patients with problems related to the spine. I have performed numerous anterior and posterior surgeries on the spine, ranging from Transoral and Far lateral approaches to the Cranio-vertebral junction to Lumbo-sacral fixations, Minimally Invasive Endoscope assisted discectomies, Trans-thoracic and Trans-peritoneal decompressions/fixations, thoracoscopic spine surgeries, etc. I take keen interest in neurovascular surgery and routinely operate on patients with anterior circulation aneurysms. I have kept a detailed log book of cases that I have operated in my practice with problems faced during surgeries, and the postoperative results. I have also updated their follow up from time to time.
Neurovascular surgery has always been my interest; I routinely operate on the anterior circulation aneurysm. As a part of my endeavour to manage these patients comprehensibly I decided to train in endovascular surgery. I, therefore took a sabbatical from my practise and spent almost 1 year training under many leaders of the field of interventional neurology or endovascular neurosurgery. I consider Dr AnandAlurkar, Interventional Neurologist as my teacher in endovascular neurosurgery with whom I have assisted more than 200 procedures. I have been with him since June 2011.
I have been in practice in Vadodara, Gujarat for the last 10 years. My hospital (VADODARA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES) has a cathlab, fully equipped operating theatre, with fully functional neuroicu and recovery facility. I am in a group practice along with two other neurosurgeons and one neurologist. We are in the process to start a full fledged neurointervention stroke unit. Unfortunately there is not a single unit in the state of Gujarat, who can offer these services at present. I plan to work to popularize this branch of medicine and offer this modality to maximum number of patients.