Dr. Anand Hinduja's Profile
M.B.B.S, M.H.A, C.C.E.B.D.M, C.C.G.D.M, C.C.M.T.D
Dr. Hinduja is a practising physician with special interest in diabetes and thyroid disorders. He is an adjunct faculty in medical simulation and consultant for hospital and healthcare projects. Dr. Hinduja graduated as topper from the prestigious Grant Medical College & Sir JJ Group of Hospitals, Mumbai and completed post graduation with a gold medal from the renowned Tata Institute of Social Sciences. He is one of the first certified medical simulation trainers in India with training from PGI Medical College, Chandigarh. He has conducted numerous faculty development workshops and postgraduate medical and nursing workshops on application of simulation in Medicine, Pharmacology and Toxicology. Dr. Hinduja is Resource faculty with Yenepoya Medical University Mangalore. He is the first Indian member of the Association of Standardised Patient Educators (ASPE), USA, a dedicated organisation of simulation educators across the globe. Dr. Hinduja has keen interest in reading fiction and writing, both fiction prose and medical articles. He has also authored a book titled "Confessions...Unearthed", which is a compilation of short stories.
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Stem cell therapy or regenerative medicine uses undifferentiated cells for the treatment of conditions like leukemias.
A coloboma is a birth defect affecting parts of the eye like the eyelid, iris, lens, retina or optic nerve. It is a feature of syndromes like CHARGE syndrome
Appendicitis in children produces symptoms of abdominal pain and swelling, nausea, vomiting and fever. Treatment is through surgery.
Paresthesia is a condition of altered nerve sensation in the form of burning, prickling, numbness or itching in the absence of a stimulus.
Stickler Syndrome is a rare genetic disorder which causes multisystem disorders predominantly affecting vision, joints, and heart.