Dr. Sanket Sheth
About Dr. Sanket Sheth
Consultant Physician[email protected]
As I entered in the world of Medicine, I realized that it was not as straight forward as I had expected. Complexity in this field, compared to other professions, is due to multiple factors. There is wide spectrum of health issues, incomplete knowledge about human physiology and its response to illnesses and field is constantly evolving. In Indian health scenario, it becomes further complex due to diversity of social & cultural practices, economical background, deeply rooted myths & beliefs about illnesses and parallelly working health system by unprofessional, unethical quacks.
I can tell proudly that I have reasonably learnt science and art of Medicine, to overcome all these complexities. In my practice, my focus has always remained on achieving best possible patient satisfaction by giving scientific & rational advice in prescribing investigations as well as drugs, adequate counselling and communication; keeping in mind patient’s social-economical-cultural background. While dealing with varieties of patients, I keep in focus how to incorporate updated concepts derived from Western science in Indian health scenario. I do believe in ancient Indian health system i.e. Ayurveda as well as Homeopathy; I advise the same when I feel it is more suitable than Modern Medicine, for my patient.
In my colleagues, I am known for perfection, meticulousness in my work as well as dedication. I always believe in ethical practice and have incorporated the same since I choose this carrier. I deeply believe in God and concepts of Bhagavad-Gita. If you want to do something better for somebody, God will be always with you. I have deep interest in Preventive Medicine & have strong desire to do something concrete work in this direction in future.
Degrees and Education
MBBS and MD (Internal Medicine) from Smt. NHL Municipal Medical College (V. S. Hospital), Ahmedabad.
After achieving my M.D. degree in year 2004, I worked as Consultant Physician at H. J. Doshi Hospital, Rajkot for nearly one year.
In 2005, I joined Shree Krishna Hospital (Pramukh Swami Medical College), Karamsad as Assistant Professor and Consultant Physician. Last I was working as Professor in Medicine. During my 13 years of working here, I gained good experience in handling all varieties of patients; from simple to most complex, non-critical to critical, poor to rich; in OPD, indoor, ICU and emergency settings.
With increasing need of an hour, I also learnt 2D echocardiography and TMT.
While working with senior Professors and Physicians, I also learnt concepts of rational and affordable care, communication and counselling skills and holistic approach of Medicine.
I also did certificate course in basics of Ayurveda.
1. An unusual case of gestational thrombocytopenia-case report. Gujarat Medical journal, Feb.2010, Volume: 5, Issue: 2, pages: 59-60
2. Recurrent Hypoglycaemia in Organophosphorus Compound Poisoning – An Unusual Complication. Case report. Journal: Journal of the Indian Society of Toxicology. Month & year: Dec 2011, Volume: 007, Issue: 002; pages: 22-23.
3. Case based learning as a teaching learning method in an integrated ‘Gastro-intestinal system’ module. International Journal of Medical Science and Education, Vol.2; Issue: 1;Jan-March 2015: Page: 10-18
4. Delayed-type of hypersensitivity reaction due to piperacillin/tazobactam causing severe thrombocytopenia. National Journal of Physiology, Pharmacy and Pharmacology 2016 | Vol 6 | Issue 3, Page:266-268
5. Association of Vitamin B12 Deficiency and Use of Reverse Osmosis Processed Water for Drinking: A Cross-Sectional Study from Western India. Journal of Clinical Diagnostics and Research 2016 May, Vol-10(5): OC37-OC40.
6. Association Of Subclinical Hypothyroidism With Metabolic Syndrome: A Cross Sectional Study From Western India. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research Vol 9, Issue 4, 2016: P:1-5.
7. Post Exposure Prophylaxis for Occupational exposures to HIV and Hepatitis B: Our Experience of Thirteen Years at a Rural Based Tertiary Care Teaching Hospital of Western India. Journal of Clinical Diagnostics and Research, 2016 Aug, Vol-10(8): OC39-OC44.
8. Aspergillus meningoencephalitis in a patient with human immunodeficiency virus infection: Normal cerebrospinal fluid does not mean absence of meningitis. Indian Journal of Sexually Transmitted diseases, 2016 Jul-Dec;37(2):185-189.
9. Educational Programs Lead To Rapid Improvement In Underreporting Of Accidental Exposures To Infectious Materials Among Nurses: A Retrospective Study From India. International Journal of Recent Scientific Research, Vol.8, Issue,2, pp.15715-15720, February, 2017.
Paper & Poster presentations:
1. Role of Ayurveda in management of Diabetes Mellitus. Paper presentation at 29th APGCON, state level conference held at Karamsad in Dec’07.
2. Hypoglycemia in Organo-phosphorous poisoning –case report. Poster presentation at APICON 2011, national level conference held at Ahmedabad in Jan’11.
3. Post exposure prophylaxis for HIV and Hepatitis B: Our experience of eleven years at rural based tertiary care teaching hospital. Paper presentation at APGCON 2015 (state level conference) held at Rajkot, Gujarat in Jan’15.