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Suruthi Baskaran, MBBS, MS General Surgery (she/her)

Suruthi Baskaran, MBBS, MS General Surgery (she/her)

  • Research Volunteer

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Madras Medical College, Chennai, India, M.B.B.S., 2017

  • All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Jodhpur, India, M.S. General Surgery, 2021

Suruthi Baskaran is a research volunteer with a goal to expand her knowledge in general surgery by pursuing surgical residency in the US. She completed her medical school and surgery residency in India and moved to the US in 2022. She is eager to hone her research as well as surgical skills.

Dr. Baskaran has been involved in research since medical school when she was awarded a short-term studentship fund by the Indian Council of Medical Research to conduct a study in Microbiology. She continued to perform clinical research during her surgery residency. She is currently working with Dr.Amar Nijagal on long term effects of perinatal liver injury on the hemopoietic immune cells.

  1. Evaluation of E-test and comparison with broth microdilution: Antifungal susceptibility testing for clinical isolates of Aspergillus in a tertiary care hospital, EMPOWER, Nagpur, India, 2015
  2. A case of Cushing's syndrome managed by Laparoscopic Adrenalectomy, ENDOSURG, Delhi, India, 2019
  3. A case of post traumatic grade IV liver injury with unusual late presentation as colo-cutaneous fistula, EMINDIA, Delhi, India, 2019
  4. Management of open thoracic trauma with exposed lung, ASiT International Surgical Conference, Birmingham, United Kingdom, 2020
  5. Puranik's technique of inguinal pouch creation for testicular preservation in fournier's gangrene, ASiT International Surgical Conference, Birmingham, United Kingdom, 2020
  6. Laparoscopic management of splenic hydatid cyst with splenic preservation, INDO-UK SURGICON, 2020
  7. Outcomes of early laparoscopic surgery, ASICON, 2020
  1. Badkur M, Baskaran S, Prakash S, Kishore L, Lodha M, Rodha M, et al. Traumatic retained hemothorax: is it time for video assisted thoracoscopic surgery. Int Surg J 2020;7:3880-4. doi: 10.18203/2349-2902.isj20204714
  2. Baskaran S, Puranik A, Kumar R R. Puranik's Technique of Inguinal Pouch Creation for Testicular Preservation in Fournier's Gangrene. ASIT Poster Presentations. Br J Surg, (2020); 107: 25-234.
  3. Baskaran S, Chaudhary R, Kumar R R. Management of Open Thoracic Trauma with Exposed Lung. ASIT Poster Presentations. Br J Surg, (2020); 107: 25-234.
  4. Badkur M, Puranik A, Sharma N, Baskaran S, Prakash S, Lodha M. Patient's perspective regarding the elective surgical procedure during Covid 19 pandemic. Arch clin biomed res. 5 (2021): 681-688. doi: 10.26502/acbr.50170193
  5. Puranik A, Baskaran S, Kumar RR. An Innovative Technique of Testicular Preservation in Fournier's Gangrene: Surgical Details and Illustration. Cureus. 2022 Aug 1;14(8):e27581. doi: 10.7759/cureus.27581
  6. Maity S, Puranik A, Baskaran S, Sairam MV, Kompally P. Patterns and Management of Unprovoked Bull Attack Injuries: A Retrospective Case Series. Cureus. 2022 Dec 29;14(12):e33075. doi: 10.7759/cureus.33075


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