Dr. Ravi Kiran C S

Consultant - Paediatric Surgery
Manipal Hospitals
25 Years

Dr. Ravi Kiran C S - Consultant - Paediatric Surgery in Bengaluru, India

Overview

  •  Dr. Ravi Kiran C S is a renowned Paediatrician currently serving as a Consultant – Paediatric Surgery at Manipal Hospital Old Airport Road, Bangalore. He has 25 years of rich experience as a paediatric surgeon and urologist. His areas of expertise include general paediatric surgery, paediatric urology, neonatal surgery, paediatric thoracic surgery, paediatric laparoscopy, paediatric rigid bronchoscopy, and several other paediatric surgical conditions. He has also received significant training in trauma care and CPR. The doctor graduated with his MBBS in 1998 from Mysore University and was ranked 9th in his final examination. After this, he has earned his MS in General Surgery in 2001 and MCH in paediatric surgery in 2004. Dr Ravi Kiran is proficient in several languages and keeps communication open with patients and their relatives.
  • With a compassionate demeanour and a high level of professionalism, Dr. Ravi Kiran C S is well-known in the paediatrics community and is considered one of the best paediatricians in Bangalore. He is also renowned for various talks and publications. “Incomplete pancreas divisum with anomalous choledochal-pancreatic duct junction with choledochal cyst Archives of surgery – 1999: 134: 1150 – 1152” is one of the most prominent works among his numerous publications. The doctor has also gotten his work published in many well-known and prestigious medical journals, such as the European journal of paediatric surgery, and Bombay Hospital Journal.

Fellowship & Membership

  • Indian Association of Paediatric Surgeons
  • Paediatric Endoscopic Surgeons of India
  • Indian Medical Association

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Kannada
  • Hindi

Awards & Achievements

  • Secured 9th rank in MBBS Examination, Mysore University

Talks & Publications

  • “Incomplete pancreas divisum with anamolous choledocho-pancreatic duct junction with choledochal cyst Archives of surgery – 1999: 134: 1150 – 1152.
  • “Comparative study between clinical, bedside UDS vs machine UDS in the Management of urinary incontinence with neurogenic bladder due to spina bifida “
  • European journal of paediatric surgery, vol 12, December 2002, page 57 “Neurenteric cyst – a case report “
  • Bombay Hospital journal, volume 45, no 2, 2003 pg. 373 – 374. ‘’Ileal Atresia with Dextrocardia in a case of Poland’s syndrome’’
  • Bombay hospital journal, volume 46, no 3, 2004 pg. 320 – 321 “
  • Torsion of a splenule in a case of Splenogonadal fusion mimicking a strangulated hernia” J Indian Assoc Paediatr Surg 2018; 23:100-2
  • Chemoport- a saviour in children with who require chronic venous access: an observational study; Vasc Specialist Int, 2019; 35(3): 145-151

Paediatric Urology, General Paediatric Surgery, Neonatal Surgery, Paediatric Thoracic Surgery, Paediatric Laparoscopy, Paediatric Rigid Bronchoscopy, Paediatric Hepato-Biliary-Pancreatic Surgical Conditions, Paediatric Urinary Incontinence Surgery,

MBBS | MS (General Surgery) | MCh
25 years of rich experience as a paediatric surgeon and urologist.

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