Dr Suman Shree R


DR. Suman Shree R

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Dr Suman Shree R, the Director and CEO of Nethradhama Hospitals Pvt. Ltd. in Bangalore, India, is a distinguished medical professional with a significant impact on the institution's success. As the head of quality, she played a pivotal role in establishing Nethradhama as a beacon of quality assurance in ophthalmic healthcare.

In addition to her role as CEO, Dr Suman serves as the Head of the Department (HOD) Anaesthesiology and is the NABH Accreditation Coordinator. Her leadership has been instrumental in Nethradhama becoming the first Eye Hospital in India to achieve NABH hospital standards accreditation. Under her guidance, patient safety is prioritised & assured by a skilled & progressive team of anaesthesiologists with advanced anaesthesia techniques and latest equipment’s.

Dr Suman's academic journey includes M.B.B.S., M.D., and D.N.B. in Anaesthesiology, with specialization in Neuro-anaesthesiology from National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS). Additional qualifications such as PGDHHM, PGDMLS, YIC, and PGDYTD highlight her commitment to continuous learning. Nethradhama’s Comprehensive Resuscitation Training centre provides CPR certification courses – COLS, BCLS, CCLS recognised by Indian Resuscitation Council Federation under her able leadership &mentorship.

Her dedication to healthcare standards is evident through her membership in the National Accreditation Committee for NABH and her involvement in professional societies like the Indian Society of Anaesthesiologists and the Association of Indian Ophthalmic Anaesthesiologists (AIOA). Dr Suman has received numerous awards for her contributions to Hospital Quality Control and Clinical processes.

Beyond her professional commitments, Dr Suman Shree is actively engaged in initiatives related to Quality and Anaesthesia, contributing to crucial discussions in the medical community. Her holistic approach to life is reflected in her interests in Carnatic Vocal Music and Yoga. Dr Suman Shree truly embodies a commitment to excellence in both her professional and personal pursuits.

1. "Comparative Evaluation of two different doses of Intranasal Dexmedetomidine in elderly hypertensive patients undergoing cataract surgery under peribulbar block: A prospective double blind randomized controlled study". Indian Journal of Ophthalmic Anaesthesia (IJOA) Vol 3 Issue 2 June-Dec 2023: Dr Vineetha SK, Dr Suman Shree Ramaswamy

2. "Clinical Audit-A Brief Communication", Indian Journal of Ophthalmic Anaesthesia (IJOA) July 2022: Dr. Suman Shree R,

3. "Comparative evaluation of efficacy and safety of Dexmedetomidine in patients with and without Beta blockers for Vitreo-retinal surgery", Indian Journal of Ophthalmic Anaesthesia (IJOA) Vol 1 Issue 1 Jan 2021: Dr. Suman Shree R, Dr. Anup N

4. “To Improve Insurance Patient Services by implementing Kaizen (5S)”: Quality Best Practices QCI- DL Shah Silver Award winning Case Study-2020 : Dr. Suman Shree R.

5. "Principles & practice of Ophthalmic Anaesthesia, Chapter 20-Anaesthesia for Pediatric Cataract Surgery". Jaypee Brothers Publication 2017. ISBN: 978-93-86261-23-6: Dr. Suman Shree R., Dr. Sri Ganesh, Dr. Veena & Dr. Kritika Chopra

6. “Determining the Economic Order Quality for Patient Files with Continuous Cost Reduction Programme” Quality Best Practices –Selected QCI- DL Shah Platinum Award winning Case Study Aug 2016 : Dr. Suman Shree R. & Dr. Rakhi Srivatsava

7. “Comparative evaluation of two different loading doses of dexmedetomidine with midazolam-fentanyl for sedation in vitreoretinal surgery under peribulbar anaesthesia” Indian Journal of Anaesthesia : Indian J Anaesth. 2016 Feb;60(2):89-93. doi: 10.4103/0019-5049.176277.: Feb 2016: Dr. Suman Shree R., Dr. Parimala B.

8. “Improvement in the postoperative visual outcome following cataract surgeries by reducing the average residual spherical error” The Journal of National Accreditation Board of Hospitals & Healthcare Providers (NABH) July 2015: Dr. Suman Shree Ramaswamy, Dr. Sri Ganesh, Dr. Kalpesh H. Jain, Mrs. Deepa Giliyar Krishna.

9. “Improvement in Post Operative Visual Outcome Following Cataract Surgery (Phaco-emulsification with Intraocular Lens Implantation) by Reducing the Average Residual Spherical Error” Quality Best Practices –Selected QCI-DL Shah National Quality Award winning Case Study: Feb 2014: Dr. Sri Ganesh, Dr. Suman Shree R

10. “Dexmedetomidine Versus Midazolam-Fentanyl for Vitreo Retinal Surgery” E-Publication: OFISA Newsletter Issue:6, Jul-Dec 2013 : Dr. Suman Shree R.

11. “Evaluation of Three Regimens of Esmolol for Attenuation of Cardiovascular Response to Endotracheal Intubation — A comparison with Intravenous Lignocaine”. J. Anaesth Clin Pharmacol 2003;19(l):45-52: Dr Suman Shree R., Dr V. Bhadrinarayan, Dr V.J. Ramesh, Dr G.S. Umamaheswara Rao.

12. “Atropine premedication and the Cardiovascular response to Electroconvulsive therapy”. B.J.A British Journal of Anaesthesia. Vol.81, No.3, Sept 1998 : Dr P.M. Mayur, Dr Suman Shree R, Dr B.N. Gandadhar, Dr G.S.U. Rao.

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