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Dr. Hemant Sharma- Best Orthopaedic in Delhi NCR

Best Orthopedist in Gurgaon Sector 56- Dr. Hemant Sharma

Dr. Hemant Sharma

Best orthopaedic doctor in gurgaon Sector-56

Director & Head
Department of Orthopaedics
22+ Years of Experience

Best Orthopaedic doctor in Gurgaon

 

Bio

Dr. Hemant Sharma has over 22 years of experience (10 years in India and 12 years in England) in the field of orthopaedic and is a certified Fellow by Royal College of Surgeons of England. Dr. Sharma qualified from the PGIMS Rohtak in 1994 and his higher orthopaedic and trauma training was from India and England and specialist training has been an accumulation of fellowships in the UK.  This education continues with regular attendance both as a delegate and faculty member at national and international meetings.

 

Qualifications

MBBS | DNB | D.Ortho | MRCS (UK) | FRCS (Trauma & Orthopaedics)

 

Specialisations

He specialises in adult reconstructive orthopaedic, joint replacements, tumour and musculoskeletal problems in post polio and cerebral palsy. He does lot of redo-trauma cases and sports injuries which involve single or multiple ligament reconstructions and joint saving procedures in younger patients with arthritis. He also operates on teenagers with problems like hip dysplasia, when the hip doesn’t fit properly into the socket, or slipped capital femoral epiphysis or SCFE, when the growth plate slips off the end of the thighbone. He also has significant experience in patients with sickle cell disease where joints are damaged.

 

Memberships/Fellowships

  • Delhi medical council
  • Haryana medical council
  • Royal college of surgeons of England (UK)
  • General medical Council (UK)

 

Publications

  • A Technique for temporary control of Haemorrhage’ Journal of Emergency      Medicine 2008 Apr; 34(3): 319-320.Dec 2007
  • Survival of skin graft in mycosis fungoidis – A solution for management      dilemma’ Annals of Royal College of Surgeons England 2007 Oct; 89(7): W13-4
  • Coeliac axis thrombosis after surgical correction of spinal deformity in type VI      Ehlers-Danlos syndrome: a case report and review of the literature’ Spine 2007      Aug15; 32(18): E528-31.Review
  • Use of Zero position for reduction of acute dislocations and fracture dislocations      of shoulder’
  • Ultra clean air Laminar flow theatres and vascular graft surgery-lessons to be      learnt by the orthopaedic team’,
  • Trauma Infection rates in District General Hospital
  • False Aneurysm of Femoral artery resulting from fragment of ceramic    liner
  • Use of Zero position for reduction of acute dislocations and fracture dislocations      of shoulder’,
  • Investigations of Painful MOM hips, sensitivity, specificity and predictor value of      metal ions for AMRD based on MHRA Guidelines’
  • Following NICE guidelines for Thromboprophylaxis in Total hip replacement:      What is the impact’
  • Three to six year results of large head metal on metal hip arthroplasty
  • The correlation of serum metal ions with pain and functional outcome scores at      three to six years following large head metal on metal hip arthroplasty’
  • Laminar flow theatres and vascular graft surgery-lessons to be learnt by the      orthopaedic team,
  • Shifting goal post changes: Changes in symptoms leading to change in      operative plan. A consequence of long waiting lists for an operation in NHS
  • Prevalence of skip lesions and outcome of nonsurgical management of      tuberculosis of spine – An Indian experience’,
  • Can delayed presentation of clubfeet be treated with Ponseti’s  Technique
  • Tuberculosis of Spine: Increasing prevalence of skip lesions and results of      Middle Path Regime-An Indian Experience’,
  • Oral presentation, 25th Annual Meeting of European Bone and Joint Society,      Budapest, Hungary
  • Prevalence of skip lesions and outcome of nonsurgical management of      tuberculosis of spine- An Indian experience
  • Low-cost alternative for simulated training for plastic senior house officers’:      Wilson Jones N, Murugkar P, Sharma H
  • Oral presentation, Regional audit meeting, Morriston General Hospital, Swansea
  • Repair of Ulnar Collateral Ligament by simple pull out technique. Do we need      anchors?: Vishista G, Sharma H, Deshmukh S C
  • Combined Carbon Dioxide Laser with Photodynamic Therapy for successful      treatment of Basal Cell Carcinoma
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