Dr. Mantha Srinivasa Shyam Prasad
Qualification: MD Anaesthesia
Experience: 10+ Years
Pain Palliative Medicine, Onco Anaesthesia
Dr. Mantha Srinivasa Shyam Prasad, passed his MD Anaesthesia from Prestigious Osmania Medical College Hyderabad in 2008. He is Working in Onco Anaesthesia and Critical Care for 9 years; 1 year in Christie NHS Hospital Manchester, UK and 8 years in Basavatarakam Indo American Cancer Hospital & Research Institute.
Dr. Shyam was Trained in Pain medicine in Daradia Pain Hospital, Kolkata. Working in Cancer Pain and Palliative care clinic for 3 years. Completed his Certificate course in essential palliative care ( CCEPC Part 1) by IAPC. Pain and Palliative care clinic handles nearly 500 new OP patients and nearly 500 in-hospital consultations.
Basavatarakam Indo American Cancer Hospital & Research Institute has 9 state of art operative theatre which conducts 1200 to 1500 operations in a year. He published 1 article in pediatric anaesthesia, a few case reports in onco anaesthesia, few letters to editors in pain and palliative care journals. He conducted a study of Ultrasound-guided transmuscular quadratus lumborum block (QLB 3 ) for postoperative analgesia, in patients undergoing radical nephrectomy. A radiamozied control trial. (yet to publish) as primary investigator.
1) Poster presentation in British pain society Use of Targinact (Oxycodone & Naloxone) in the Management of Acute Postoperative Pain: a preliminary case series G Beirne, S Cundy, S Mantha, A Bhaskar, Dept. of Critical Care, Anaesthesia & Pain Medicine, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, Withington, Manchester, UK
2) Vascular access in children. Indian J Anaesth 2019;63:737-45. Vibhavari M Naik, S Shyam Prasad Mantha, Basanth Kumar Rayani, Department of Anaesthesiology, Basavatarakam Indo-American Cancer Hospital and Research Institute, Hyderabad, Telangana, India
3) Unusual path taken by peripherally inserted central catheter guidewire. saudi J anaesth 2019, 13:259-260. Mantha SS, Kaushik s, Nair AS, Rayani BK.
4) Continuous trans- muscular quadratus lumborum block for patient with post scoliosis correction undergoing open adrenalectomy – A case report. Manuscript approved in Saudi Journal of Anaesthesia, 2021;15:225-6
5) Cebranopadol: A first-in-class nociceptin receptor agonist for managing chronic pain, Abhijit S Nair, Shyam Prasad Mantha, Sai Kaushik Pulipaka, Basanth Kumar Rayani. Department of Anaesthesiology, Basavatarakam Indo-American Cancer Hospital and Research Institute, Hyderabad, Telangana, India.Indian J Pallliat Care 2020 26:147-8.
6) Lignocaine 5% patch in localized neuropathic pain. Indian J Palliat Care [serial online] 2019 Nair AS, Mantha SS, Azharuddin M. Rayani BK.
7) Narcotic prescription for terminally ill patient by proxy. Do we justify? Indian J Pain, 2019; 33: 172-3 Nair AS, Mantha SS, Kottapalli KK, Rayani BK.
8) Levophanol: Rewinding an old bygone multimodal opioid analgesic! Indian J Palliat Care 2019; 25:483-4, Nair AS, Upputuri O, Mantha SS, Rayani BK.
9) Bayesian Adaptive Design Scope of Utilizing it for Research in Palliative Care
Abhijit Nair , Praneeth Suvvari , Srinivas Shyam Prasad Mantha , Basanth Kumar Rayani, Indian J Palliat Care Jan-Mar 2021;27(1):186-187. doi: 10.4103/IJPC.IJPC_261_20. Epub 2021 Feb 17.
10) Sublingual buprenorphine: A feasible alternative for treating breakthrough chronic pain
Abhijit S Nair, Srinivasa Shyam Prasad Mantha, Kodisharapu Praveen Kumar, Basanth Kumar Rayani Indian J Palliat Care 2019; 25(4) 595–596.
11) Narcotic prescription for terminally ill patient by proxy: Do we justify? Abhijit S Nair, Srinivasa Shyam Prasad Mantha, Krishna Kishore Kotthapalli, Basanth Kumar Rayani, Indian Journal of Pain 2019; 33(3) , 172- 173.