Speakers Detail

Speakers Detail :

Dr. Prasanta Kumar Nayak
Raipur
Profile:

CURRICULUM VITAE

Name:                                     Dr. Prasanta Kumar Nayak    

Date of birth:                        3rd June, 1979                                     

Nationality:                             Indian

Marital Status:                       Married

Spouse’s name:                      Dr. Subarna Mitra

Contact particulars:

Correspondence address:     Block – C, Flat No. – 302, Jainam Planet

Tatibandh, Raipur,  Chhattisgarh, India, Pin –492099

Phone No:                              Mobile  – 8518881742 / 8518881743

E-mail:                                    drprasant79@gmail.com

Academic qualifications:

 

Work Experience:

Period

Designation

Institution

Duration

15.07.2009

Senior Resident

Konaseema Institute of Medical Sciences, KIMS, Amalapuram, Andhra Pradesh

1 Years

15.04.2010 to 30.03.2013

Assistant Professor

Pondicherry Institute of Medical Sciences, Pondicherry

3 years

01.04.2013

Asso. Professor

All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Raipur, Chhattisgarh

Continuing

 

Trainings:

  1. Trained in Gynaecological Endoscopy under Women’s Health Initiative Training Program at Cuttack, Orissa (August-2009)
  2. FOGSI training course on Basic Ultrasound at Cuttack, Orissa (July-2009)
  3. Observership in Gynaecological oncology (May-2014)
  4. Hands on training in colposcopy and LEEP procedures (Jan-2014)
  5. Hands-on Workshop on ICT in Medical Education, PIMS, Pondicherry (2011)
  6. MCI Basic Course Workshop in Medical Education  Technologies conducted by SRMC, Chennai, Regional Centre for Medical Education Technologies February-2011, at Puducherry

 

Guest talks and chairing scientific sessions:

S No

Type of Participation

Place & Country

Purpose of visit

1

Delivered guest lecture

Chicago, USA

Delivered Guest Lecture on ‘Universal Screening and Timely Intervention in ‘GDM’ in 2nd International Endocrinology conference, organized by Omics group,October-2014

2

Delivered guest lecture

Ahmedabad, India, October-2016

Delivered guest lecture on ‘ Latest management of GDM’ at SAVMA-2016 at Ahmedabad in October-2016

3

Delivered guest lecture

Durg, India

Delivered Guest Lecture on ‘Screening modalities of cancer cervix’, November-2016

4

Chaired scientific session and delivered talk

Bhilai, Chhattisgarh, India

ICOG, Dr C S Dawn guest oration, held on 12th October-2014 at Bhilai, Chhattisgarh in association with Bhilai Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society.

5

Delivered talk

Durg, Chhattisgarh, India

Delivered guest lecture on ‘Inherited Gynaecological Cancer’, in a preventive oncology workshop held on 8th February-2015 at Bhilai, Chhattisgarh in association with Bhilai Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society

6

Guest Talk

JLN, Hospital and DNB Centre, Chhattisgarh

Delivered talk on ‘ Dilemmas and what is new in the management of GDM’. April-2016

 

Other Presentations: Presented several papers and posters in various Conferences

Research experience and publications:

Current Research Projects:

Chief Investigator-

  1. Association of hypothyroidism with obesity in patients with polycystic ovary syndrome
  2. The Role of Hysteroscopy in the Diagnosis of Endometrial Hyperplasia

Co-Investigator-

  1. Comparison of the diagnostic value of Pap smear, visual inspection methods and colposcopy in detection of preinvasive lesions of the cervix
  2. Establishment of thyroid hormones in the first trimester of pregnancy-A hospital based study

 

 

  1. Publications:

Total: 20

Indexed: 18

Non-indexed: 02

Pubmed indexed: 11

International: 8

National: 12

 

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS:

 

Sl. No

Article Citation

Article type

National/International

Indexing

1.

Nayak PK, Mitra S, Sahoo JP, Daniel M, Mathew A, Padma A. Feto-maternal outcomes in women with and without gestational diabetes mellitus according to the International Association of Diabetes and Pregnancy Study Groups (IADPSG) diagnostic criteria. Diabetes Metab Syndr. 2013 Oct-Dec;7(4):206-9

 

Original Article

National

Pubmed

2.

Mitra S, Nayak PK, Sahoo J, Mathew A, Padma A, Kamalanathan S, Agrawal S. Predictors for antenatal insulin requirement in gestational diabetes. Gynecol Endocrinol. 2014 Aug;30(8):565-8. 

Original Article

International

Pubmed

3.

Mitra S, Nayak PK, Agrawal S. Laparoscopic ovarian drilling: An alternative but not the ultimate in the management of polycystic ovary syndrome. J Nat Sc Biol Med 2015;6:40-8


 

Review Article

International

Pubmed

4.

Nayak PK, Mahapatra PC, Mallick J, Swain S, Mitra S, Sahoo J. Role of diagnostic hystero-laparoscopy in the evaluation of infertility: A retrospective study of 300 patients. J Hum Reprod Sci. 2013 Jan;6(1):32-4

                                        

Original Article

National

Pubmed

5.

Mitra, S, Nayak P, Sahoo J, Misra S, Kamalanathan S. Gender-Based Differences in Anthropometry and Cord Blood Insulin Levels in Term Neonates. Iranian Journal of Pediatrics;Feb2014, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p118-119

Original article (short communication)

International

Pubmed

6.

Subarna Mitra, Prasanta Kumar Nayak, Sarita Agrawal, Jaya Prakash Sahoo, Sadishkumar Kamalanathan, Rachita Nanda.Vitamin D status and cardio metabolic risk in Indian postmenopausal women. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research [serial online] 2016 March [cited: 2016 Mar 6 ]; 10:QC17-QC20

Original article

International

Pubmed

7.

Nayak PK, Mitra S, Sahoo J, Kamalnathan S. Comparison of the world health organization and the international association of diabetes and pregnancy study groups criteria in diagnosing gestational diabetes mellitus in South Indians.

Indian J Endocrinol Metab. 2014 May;18(3):433-4.

Letter to editor

National

Pubmed

8.

Nayak PK, Mitra S, Padma A, Agrawal S. Late presentation of unsafe abortion after 5 years of procedure. Case Reports in Obstetrics and Gynecology, vol. 2014, Article ID 456017, 3 pages, 2014

Case report

International

Pubmed

9.

Sahoo JP, Kamalanathan S, Mitra S, Nayak PK, Das AK. Comment on Kulkarni et al. Maternal lipids are as important as glucose for fetal growth: findings from the Pune maternal nutrition study. Diabetes care 2013;36:2706-2713. Diabetes

Care. 2014 Feb;37(2):e38

Commentary

International

Pubmed

10.

Mitra S, Misra S, Nayak PK, Sahoo JP. Effect of maternal anthropometry and metabolic parameters on fetal growth. Indian J Endocrinol Metab. 2012 Sep;16(5):754-8

 

Original Article

National

Pubmed

11.

Sahoo J, Mitra S, Nayak PK, Kamalanathan S. Comment on prediction of neonates' macrosomia with maternal lipid profile of healthy mothers by Mossayebi et al. Pediatr Neonatol. 2014 Dec;55(6):497-8

Commentary

International

Pubmed

12.

Amrita Singh, Prasanta Kumar Nayak, Subarna Mitra, Sarita Agrawal. Successfull Surgical Management of a Giant Condyloma Accuminata in an Elderly Postmenopausal Woman. Indian journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.2016 Jan-April;4(1):39-42

Case report

National

Index Copernicus, Poland, Proquest, USA, Genamics JournalSeek

13.

Mitra S, Nayak PK, Padma A, Kurian G. Successful Pregnancy in Autoimmune Hepatitis/Primary Biliary Cirrhosis Overlap Syndrome: A case Report.Gastroenterology Research;2012, Vol. 5 ( 5): 208

 

Case Report

International

Google Scholar, Chemical Abstracts, EBSCO

 

14.

Nayak PK, Mitra S, Mathew A, Ramakrishnan P, Padhi S. ovarian sertoli-leydig cell tumor: a rare tumor with atypical presentation:JEMDS;2013 jan;2(3):265-70

Case Report

National

GALE, DOAJ, Index Copernicus
WHO- HINARI
Chemical Abstracts, Google Scholar

15.

Agrawal S, Singh V, Nayak PK, Thakur P, Agrawal M, Jain A. Polytrauma during pregnancy. J Orthop Traumatol Rehabil 2013;6:63-9.

Symposium

National

Caspur, EBSCO, Google Scholar, Indian Science Abstracts, National Science Library, OpenJGate

16.

Agrawal S, Nayak PK, Mitra S, Agrawal AC, Jain A,Singh V. Pelvic trauma in women of reproductive age. J Orthop Traumatol

Rehabil 2014;7:23-8.

Symposium

National

Caspur, EBSCO, Google Scholar, Indian Science Abstracts, National Science Library, OpenJGate

17.

Rathore M, Agrawal S, Nayak PK, Sinha M, Sharma DK, Mitra S. Exploring the significance of "Mudra and Bandha" in pelvic floor dysfunction. Yoga Mimamsa 2014;46:59-63

Review article

National

360yixue, British Library, CiteULike, EBSCO, Google Scholar, Journal, OpenJGate, SCOLOAR

18.

Sahoo JP, Nayak PK, Mitra S, Mathew A, Padma A, Kamalanathan S. Determinants of Neonatal Birth Weight in Women without Gestational Diabetes Mellitus. . IJHSR. (2015), [cited August 01, 2015]; 5(4): 31-36. 

 

Original article

International

Scopemed, DOAJ, Index Copernicus, Google Scholar, BOAI, SOROS, Scirus, HINARI, NEWJOUR, Open J-Gate

19.

Nayak PK, Kanungo S. Surgical Repair of Post Hysterectomy Vault Prolapse: A Case Report:2008:Vol19(02):46-47

Case report

National

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20.

Nayak PK, Rao KS, Jasintha D, Revathi P, Rao R. Ectopic Pregnancy Following Sterilisation Operation: A case report:2010:vol21(01):41-42

Case report

National

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Fields of interest:

  • High risk pregnancy
  • Reproductive endocrinology
  • Gynecological endoscopy
  • Medical education

Memberships:

1. Life member of Indian Medical Association(IMA)

2. Life member of Association of gynaecological oncologists of India(AGOI)

3. Member of Federation of gynaecological society of India(FOGSI)

4. Life member of Indian society of assisted reproduction(ISAR)

5. Life member of Indian society of perinatology and reproductive biology(ISOPARB)

6. Life member of Indian association of gynaecological endoscopists(IAGE)

 

 

Dr Prasanta Kumar Nayak

Asso Prof.

Dept. Of OBGYN

AIIMS, Raipur

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