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Dr Hetal P Parikh

MBBS, MD (Medicines), DNB (Neurology) Email: Hetal.parikh@shalby.in Department: Neurosurgery, Neuro Science Department

Dr. Hetal P. Parikh specializes in Neurology at Shalby Hospital in Ahmedabad. After completing MD in Medicine from Government Medical College Bhavnagar, Gujarat in 2009, she specialized further, pursuing DNB in Neurology from P.D.Hinduja National Hospital, Mumbai. After completing her MD in Medicine, she joined Government Medical College, Bhavnagar as Assistant Professor Medicine. She was awarded with a Gold medal – PSM, Medicine (Third MBBS). She has also received BNA Best case award in June 2013. Dr. Hetal cleared EDSS examination for Decide trial of Multiple Sclerosis in 2013. Along with attending several conferences, she has also made several presentations as a part of her academic activity. She has independently attended to several cases of intra-arterial thrombolysis in acute stroke and has also managed status epilepticus and other acute emergencies independently. She has experience in routine EEG, continuous EEG, video EEG, nerve conduction studies-(NCV) and electromyography.

Speciality

  • Neurology

Experience

Over 10 Years

  • Residency : Three Years (2006-2009) Government Medical College, Bhavnagar
  • Assistant Professor Medicine: Three Years (2009-2012) Government Medical College, Bhavnagar.
  • DNB : (2012-2014) Hinduja Hospital, Mumbai
  • Consultant: Three Years (2015-2018) Columbia Asia Hospital, Ahmedaba

Qualification

Degree Institute Year
MBBS Government Medical College, Bhavnagar University, Gujarat 2004
MD (General Medicine) Government Medical College, Bhavnagar University, Gujarat 2009
DNB (Neurology) P.D.Hinduja National Hospital, Mumbai 2015

 

Publications

  • COMPLICATED CASE IN EPILEPSY.’ Refractory status epilepticus’ Book by Dr Roop Gursahani, Dr. Hetal Parikh. Editor Dr. B. S. Singhal
  • Clinical profile of Opportunistic Infections In Sero-positive Patients Attending ART Centre
    Clinical profile of Opportunistic Infections In Sero-positive Patients Attending ART Centre
  • Syndromic classification of adult patients presenting with generalized tonic clonic convulsion over a period of one year in tertiary care center.