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MBBS, MS (ENT), Post Doctoral training in Head and Neck Oncology

Sr Consultant - ENT, Head & Neck Surgery

+91 984 5016 362

drsatishnair@me.com

Dr Satish’s approach to the profession is simple as he has committed himself to a lifetime of clinical excellence. He treats patients with utmost compassion, and do the very best he can for every patient referred to him. He believes in policy of complete openness and honesty and explains the disease, treatment protocol and prognosis to each patient. He keeps up to date and follows strong evidence based methodology in treatment and adhere to strict protocols and guidelines in patient care.

Head and neck surgery is the subspecialty of choice, but has developed clinical and surgical skills in subspecialities like otology including cochlear implant surgery, advanced endoscopic skull base surgery, transoral CO2 laser surgery, aesthetic rhinoplasty, voice surgery and laryngotracheal surgeries.

MBBS 22 years, Post MS 13 years.

CLASSIFIED SPECIALIST & ASSISTANT PROFESSOR:

Department of ENT, Command Hospital (Air Force), Bangalore – 07
(Jul 2007 – Jun 2010)
(Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka)

CLASSIFIED SPECIALIST & ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR:

Department of ENT, Army Hospital (Research & Referral), Delhi Cantt -10.
(Jun 2010 – Nov 2014)
(Delhi University)

CLASSIFIED SPECIALIST & PROFESSOR:

Department of ENT, Command Hospital (EC), Kolkata
(Nov 2014 till 01 Aug 2015)
(West Bengal University)

 PROFESSOR & HOD (ENT):

Department of ENT, MVJ Medical College & Research Hospital, Bangalore
(Sep 2015 – Nov 2015)
(Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka)

PROFESSOR  & HOD (ENT) DNB:

Department of ENT, Apollo Hospitals, Bangalore
(Sep 2016 – till date)
(Diplomate National Board)

  • Member of Task Force of treatment of Chronic Rhino Sinusitis (Central Council of Research in Homeopathy)
  • Teaching through live telecast on Doordarshan (channel 9) National Board of Education(NBE) teleconferencing through IGNU

PRACTICAL EXAMINER MS (ENT) / DNB EXAMINATION
PEER REVIEWER

  • Laryngoscope
  • Clinical Anatomy
  • Indian Journal Otolaryngology & Head Neck Surgery
  • Medical Journal Armed Forces India
  • BMJ cases
  • Clinical Reviews and Opinions

EDITORIAL BOARD

  • “World Journal of Otolaryngology”

COURSE INSTRUCTOR

  • Cadaveric Head & Neck Dissection Course
  • Cadaveric Endoscopic Sinus & Anterior Skull Base Dissection Course
  • General Otolaryngology (Adult & Paediatric)
  • Head & Neck Surgery
    • Performing all head and neck oncosurgery (total laryngectomy, open partial laryngectomies, Commando surgery, neck dissecton, lateral temporal bone resection, maxillectomy, thyroidectomy and parotidectomy)
    • Basic flap reconstruction with pectoralis major myocutaneous flap and Deltopectoral flap.
  • Laryngeal & Tracheal Stenosis
    • Endoscopic CO2 and KTP laser
    • Open tracheal resection and anastomosis
    • Open resection of stenotic segment and tracheoplasty
  • CO2 Laser
    • Transoral laser surgery of malignancy (glottis, supraglottic).
    • Surgery for obstructive sleep apnoea.
  • Otology
    • Complex middle ear surgery for mucosal and squamous disease.
    • Facial nerve decompression
    • Stapedotomy including laser stapedotomy
    • Cochlear Implant (Nucleus, Med el & Advance Bionics)
  • Rhinology
    • Advanced Endoscopic Sinus Surgery for primary and revision surgery
  • Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery:
    • Pituitary adenoma
    • Endoscopic skull base repairs.
  • Phonosurgery
    • Thyroplasty
    • Vocal fold augmentation
  • Facial Plastic Surgery
    • Experienced in both internal and external rhinoplasty techniques.

SPECIAL INTEREST IN

  • Minimally Invasive  Endoscopic Ear Surgery
  • Endoscopic Thyroidectomy and Neck Dissection
  • Trans Oral and Head and Neck Robotic Surgery
  • Robotic Thyroidectomy, Neck dissection

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Sinha VR, Mittal R, Nilkanthan A, Mishra A, Singh DK, Ramesh AV, Nair S, Raj P. (2015) Cochlear Implants and Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder. Pediatr Neonatal Nurs 1(2): doi http://dx.doi.org/10.16966/pnnoa.105
  2. Mittal R, Ramesh AV, Panwar SS, Nilkantan A, Sinha VR, Nair S, et al. Mapping of pediatric cochlear implant recipients using electrical auditory brainstem responses as a tool. Indian J Otol 2015;21:14-8.
  3. Nair S, Mohan S, Nilakantan A, Gupta A, Malik A, Gupta A. Impact of 18F-Fluorodeoxyglucose Positron Emission Tomography/Computed Tomography Scan on Initial Evaluation of Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma: Our Experience at a Tertiary Care Center in India. World J Nucl Med 2015;14:19-24.
  4. Gupta A, Nair S, Nilakantan A, Sood A. Aggressive Fibromatosis of Head and Neck in a child. Indian J Otolaryngol head Neck Surg. Vol 67 (1) (2015), Page 154-157 (DOI) 10.1007/s12070-014-0796-1.
  5. Venkatesh MD, Datta R, Satish. Noise Induced Hearing Loss in Armed Forces. Journal of Combat Medical Support and Logistics, Vol 3, No 2, 2013-2014:38-43.
  6. Nair S, Sood A, Nilakantan A, Ramesh AV, Gupta A. A Survey of Noise Induced Hearing Loss in Indian Air Force Personnel by Extra High Frequency Audiometry. Ind J Aerospace Med 2014;58(1):21-26.
  7. Malik A, Nair S, Nilakantan A. Laryngeal framework surgery for adductor spasmodic dysphonia. J Laryngol Voice 2014;4:28-31.
  8. Malik A, Ramalingam WVBS, Nilakantan A, Nair S, Ramesh AV, Raj P. Comparison of the use of silastic with titanium prefabricated implant in type I thyroplasty. Braz J Otorhinolaryngol. 2014;80:156-60
  9. Nair S, Mohan S, Mandal G, Nilakantan A. Tracheal Stenosis: Our Experience at a Tertiary Care Centre in India with Special Regard to Cause and Management. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery: Volume 66, Issue 1 (2014), Page 51-56
  10. Nair S, Ramalingam WVBS, Bharadwaj R, Ramesh AV, Malik A, Mohan S. Benign Fibrous Histiocytoma of the ethmoids. Med J Armed Forces India. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.mjafi.2014.03.007
  11. Mohan S, Nair S, Prasad M, Nilakantan A, Malik A. Inverted papilloma of frontal sinus with intracranial extension. Med J Armed Forces India. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.mjafi.2013.10.009
  12. Nair S, Ramalingam WVBS, Bharadwaj R, Mohan S, Malik A. Angiomyxolipoma: Unusual swelling of oral cavity. Med J Armed Forces India. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.mjafi.2013.11.002
  13. Nair S, James E, Awasthi S, Nambiar S, Goyal S. A Review of the Clinicopathological and Radiological Features of Unilateral Nasal Mass. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery. Aug 2013, 65:S199-204
  14. Ramalingam WVBS, Nair S, Mandal G. Malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumour of the oral cavity. Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Oct 2012; 70(10): e581-e585.
  15. Mittal R, Ramesh AV, Panwar SS, Nilkantan A, Nair S, Mehra PR. Auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder: its prevalence and audiological characteristics in an Indian tertiary care hospital. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology. September 2012; 76(9):1351-1354
  16. Nair S. Nasal Breathing Exercise and its Effect on Symptoms of Allergic Rhinitis. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery Apr – Jun 2012; 64(2):172-176. DOI: 10.1007/s12070-011-0243-5.
  17. Ramalingam WVBS, Nair S, Ramesh AV, Gupta DK, Kumar A. Combined Laryngocele Secondary to Localized Laryngeal Amyloidosis. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery. Apr – Jun 2012; 64(2): 193-196. DOI: 10.1007/s12070-012-0497-6.
  18. Nair S . Importance of Ethmoidal Roof in Endoscopic Sinus Surgery. Open Access Scientific Reports. Aug 2012; 1: 251. doi:10.4172/scientificreports.251.
  19. Nair S, James E, Chugh R. An unusual case of recurrent post aural abscess. Indian J Otolaryngol head Neck Surg.: Volume 63, Issue 1 (2011), Page 58-60
  20. Nair S, Dutta A, Rajagopalan R, Nambiar S. Endoscopic Sinus Surgery in Chronic Rhinosinusitis and Nasal Polyposis: A Comparative Study. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery. Volume 63, Number 1 (2011), 50-55, DOI:10.1007/s12070-011-0
  21. Nair S, James E, Dutta A. A rare case of mucopyocele in the compartmentalised maxillary sinus. Indian J Otolaryngol head Neck Surg. (Aug –Sep 2010) Vol 62, Supp 2;S222-224.
  22. Lt Col S Nair, Col RS Bhadauria, Lt Col S Sharma. Effect Of Endoscopic Sinus Surgery On Asthmatic Patients With Chronic Rhinosinusitis. Indian J Otolaryngol head Neck Surg (July-Sep 2010) 62(3) (Rhinology):285-288
  23. Nair S, James E, Dutta A, Goyal S. Antrolith in the maxillary sinus: an unusual complication of endoscopic sinus surgery. Indian J Otolaryngol head Neck Surg. (Jan –Mar 2010) Vol 62, No 1;81-83
  24. Lt Col S Nair, Col RS Bhadauria, Lt Col S Sharma. Impact of endoscopic sinus surgery on symptom manifestation of chronic rhinosinusitis. Med J Armed Forces India. Jan 2010, Vol 66, No 1.
  25. Awasthi SK, Satish, A Comparative study of nasal endoscopy vis-à-vis conventional rhinoscopy in aircrew. Ind J Aerospace Med 2010;54(2):30-37.
  26. Lt Col S Nair, AVM R C Kashyap. A study of the prevalence and severity of noise induced hearing loss in Indian Air Force personnel. Med J Armed Forces India 2009;July;66
  27. Nair S. Correlation between symptoms and CT scan findings in patients of chronic rhinosinusitis: a modified CT scan typing system. Rhinology.2009;47(2):181-186
  28. Lt Col S Nair, AVM R C Kashyap. Significance of 6 KHz in noise induced hearing loss in Indian Air Force personnel. Indian J Aerospace Med; Dec 2008
  29. Nair S. Indian J Otolaryngol head Neck Surg Vol Apr – Sep 2008;60 Role of rhinomanometry to assess nasal airflow and resistance in patients undergoing septoplasty” IJOHNS (April-Jun 2008) 60, 133-136
  30. Lt Col S Nair, Maj A Bahal, Col RS Bhadauria. Lobular Capillary Hemangioma of Nasal Cavity. Med J Armed Forces India 2008; 64: 270-271.
  31. Nair S. Laryngoscope. Mar 2009: 617 In reference to The Role of Allergy and Smoking in Chronic Rhinosinusitis and Polyposis.Laryngoscope.2008;118: 1521-1527
  32. Lt Col S Nair, Maj A Bahal, Col ML Gupta, Col R Lakhtakia. REAH: Unusual Case of Unilateral Nasal Blockage. Med J Armed Forces India 2008;64:280-81.
  33. Col RS Bhadauria, Lt Col S Nair, Dr DK Pal. A Survey of Deaf Mutes. Med J Armed Forces India 2007;63:29-32.

MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES

    1. Life Member:
      • Association of Otolaryngologists of India. (LM 3590)
      • Foundation for Head & Neck Oncology, India.
      • The Cochlear Implant Group of India.
      • Indian Academy of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery (IAOHNS). (LM 68)
      • Laryngology and Voice Association of India.
      • Skull Base Surgery Society of India (SBSSI-279)
      • Association of Otolaryngologists of India (Delhi Branch)
    2. Member Governing Council AOI (Delhi Br): 2014-15

BOOKS AUTHORED

    1. Authored Book:
      • “Manual of Postgraduate Teaching in Head and Neck Oncology – 2013”.
      • “Manual of Head and Neck Oncology- Ver 2015”
    2. Co-authored Book:
      • “Manual of Clinical Audiology & Neonatal Hearing – 2013”
    3. Authored Chapter:
      • “Impedance Audiometry’ Handbook of Practical Audiology – 2011

NATIONAL CONFERENCES ORGANISED 

COURSE DIRECTOR  

  • Head Neck Cadaveric Dissection Workshop July 2016
  • Second Head Neck Cadaveric Dissection Workshop Jan 2017
  • Endoscopic Sinus Surgery and Anterior Skull Base Cadaveric Dissection Workshop April 2017
  • Third  Head Neck Cadaveric Dissection Workshop Aug 2017

ORGANIZING SECRETARY

  • SINOCON, Command Hospital Air Force, Bangalore, 2009
  • Post Graduate Teaching & Cadaveric Dissection Workshop in Head & Neck Surgery –   2012’ Army Hospital (R&R), Jan 2012, Delhi
  • Central Trainers Workshop on Universal Neonatal Hearing Screening Programme-2013,   Army Hospital (R&R), 21 Sep 2013, Delhi.
  • Central Trainers Workshop on Universal Neonatal Hearing Screening Programme-2013, Army Hospital (R&R), 21 Sep 2013, Delhi.
  • ‘Implants in Otology-2014’Army Hospital (R&R), Delhi Cantt, 21-22 Feb 2014
  • ‘Footsteps in ENT- An approach to Postgraduate practical / Viva-Voce   Examination’Army   Hospital (R&R), 24 Aug 2014, Delhi

JOINT ORGANISING SECRETARY

  • ‘PHONOCON – 2010’, Army Hospital (R&R), Delhi, 2011.

ORGANISING COMMITTEE

  • 38th Annual Conference. The Association of Otolaryngologists of India (Delhi State Branch), 21-22 Feb 2015.
 RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

ARMED FORCES MEDICAL RESEARCH COMMITTEE PROJECTS (AFMRC)

(a) A Study Of Prevalence And Severity Of Chronic Rhinosinusitis And The Impact Of Endoscopic Sinus Surgery In The Management. (2005-2007) 

(b) A Comparative Study Of Nasal Endoscopy Vis-à-vis Conventional Rhinoscopy In Aircrew. (2007-2008)

(c) To Study The Prevalence And Severity Of Noise Induced Hearing Loss In The Indian Armed Forces And To Evaluate The Efficacy Of Otoacoustic Emissions And Extra High Frequency Audiometry As A Tool For Screening. (2011-2013)

(d) A Study Of The Vestibular Function In Chidren With Sensorineural Hearing Loss And To Evaluate The Effects Of Cochlear Implantation On The Vestibular Function. (2013-2014)

(e) Outcomes In Terms Of Voice Quality In Patients Of Early Stage Squamous Cell  Carcinoma Of  Larynx (Glottis) Pre And Post Radiotherapy Using Laryngeal  Stroboscopy And Grbas Scoring

LARGE COLLABORATIVE PROJECT (DRDO AND AFMRC)

Study To Evaluate Updated Strategies For Management Of Severe To Profound Sensorineural Hearing Loss In Children And Adults With A View To Optimizing Hearing, Speech And Language Outcomes. (2013-2016) 

DEPARTMENTAL PROJECTS:

(i) A Study Of Prevalence And Severity Of Noise Induced Hearing Loss In Air Force Personnel And Their Dependents At An Air Force Base. (2000 – 2003)

(II) Static Platform Evaluation Of Vestibular Function After Ear Surgery (2014)

(iii) Relevance Of eSRT In Mapping Of Paediatric Cochlear Implant Recipients: A Pilot Study (2014)

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