Dr Jaideep C Menon

Cardiologist (AIMS) Cochin, Kerala

QUALIFICATIONS

  • B.B.S – S.C.B. MEDICAL COLLEGE , CUTTACK
  • D. ( Gen Medicine )- S.C.B. MEDICAL COLLEGE
  • M. ( Cardiology )- C.M.C. VELLORE
  • MEDICAL  EDUCATION-
 
MBBS 1985-90 SCB MEDICAL CUTTACK
INTERNSHIP 1990-91 SCB MEDICAL CUTTACK
MD (GEN MED) 1992-1995 SCB MEDICAL CUTTACK
DM (CARD) 1997-1999 CMC VELLORE
EXPERIENCE
JUNIOR PHYSICIAN( CARD ) MOTHER HOSPITAL,THRISSUR 1995
RESIDENT IN CARDIOLOGY SIR GANGA RAM HOSPNEW DELHI 1996
CONSULTANT CARDIOLOGIST LITTLE FLOWER HOSPITAL,ANGAMALY 1999-2009
 CONS CARDIOASSN PROF CARDIOLOGY AIMS , KOCHI&SNIMS CHALAKKA 2014- present2009-PRESENT
EXPERIENCE-   MEMBERSHIP- -  CARDIOLOGICAL  SOCIETY  OF  INDIA-  LIFE  MEMBER - C.S.I  KERALA  CHAPTER-  LIFE  MEMBER - LIFE MEMBER, TOXINOLOGY SOCIETY OF INDIA -  INDIAN  MEDICAL  ASSOCIATION  LIFE  MEMBER - ASSOCIATION  OF  PHYSICIANS  OF  INDIA  LIFE  MEMBER - INDIAN  SOCIETY  OF  ATHEROSCLEROSIS  LIFE  MEMBER - SOCIETY  FOR  PAIN  AND  PALLIATIVE  CARE  IN CANCER  PATIENTS, ANGAMALY, LIFE  MEMBER -HEMOPHILIAC WELFARE Co-op Society Ltd, Angamaly       DISSERTATION  - M.D.  CHOLESTEROL  AS  A  MARKER  IN  ASCITIC  FLUID   EDITOR of the website www.physicianbyte.com www.endira.in Treasurer “ Toxinology Society of India ’’ since 2010. PUBLICATIONS :
  1. “TREATMENT OF SNAKE BITES – A RESUME ’’ in  vol 1:     Issue 4 , 2007  of COBRA
  2. CIRCULATION : Vol 124, Issue 21 Supplement; Nov 22nd 2011 “Presentation, Management and Outcomes of 25,748 Acute Coronary Syndrome Admissions in Kerala, India : Results from the Kerala ACS Registry’’.
  3. CLINICAL PROFILE AND LABORATORY PARAMETERS IN 1051 VICTIMS OF SNAKEBITE FROM A SINGLE CENTRE IN KERALA, SOUTH INDIA (submitted JAPI, Journal of Association of Physicians of India )
  4. Lipoprotein(a) as a risk factor in Coronary Artery disease in Oriental Indians. (submitted IHJ, Indian Heart Journal)
 
  1. A DOUBLE BLIND, PLACEBO-CONTROLLED, HUMAN CLINICAL STUDY ON THE BENEFITS OF AMLAMAXTM ON RISK FACTORS SUCH AS HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA AND INFLAMMATION THAT CAN LEAD TO ATHEROSCLEROTIC VASCULAR DISEASE.(submitted ISRN )
  1. “ SUBSTANCE ABUSE- INDIAN SCENARIO ” in the IMA  monthly medical journal in Malayalam
  1. EUROPEAN HEART JOURNAL Eur Heart J (2012) doi: 1093/eurheartj/ehs219  “ Presentation, management and outcomes of 25,748 acute coronary syndrome admissions in Kerala, India:results from the Kerala ACS registry ”
  1. TOXINS REVIEW , Nov 2013. Geographical variation of Indian Russell’s viper venom and neutralization of its coagulopathy by polyvalent antivenom.
  1. GLOBAL HEART – “Surveillance of Non – communicable diseases by Non-Physician Health Workers in Kerala : The Epidemiology of Non-communicable diseases in Rural areas ( ENDIRA ) study. Jaideep Menon et al: Global Heart.Vol 9, Iss 3, Sept 2014”.
  2. Co-editor of “ Handbook of Vascular Diagnostics and Intervention ” Springer –Elsevier ( to be published )
  3. Co-Authored two chapters in the “ Handbook of Toxinology “ – Springer-Elsevier 2014.
  • Complications of Hemotoxic Snakebite in India
  • ‘Snake Venom Detection Kit (SVDK): Update on current aspects and challenges 
      RESEARCH  ACTIVITIES   - Associated with the Indian arm of four International Multicentric trials for Elli Lilly, Daiichi Sankyo, GSK and Johnson& Johnson   - EFFECT  OF  INDIAN  GOOSEBERRY  EXTRACT  ON  LIPID  PROFILE  IN  HUMAN  SUBJECTS- published   -     ON  THE  ANTI-  INFLAMMATORY EFFECTS  OF   INDIAN  GOOSEBERRY ( to be published )   - ECG  CHANGES  IN  LEPTOSPIROSIS  
  • COR-RELATION OF CRP LEVELS  TO  THE  TMT  1 MONTH   POST  AMI
  ACADEMIC  PROGRAMMES  Regular  Teaching  schedule  for  the  DNB, General  Medicine  and  Family Medicine  students  in  Little Flower  Hospital. Teaching and presentations in the SNIMS/ Pariyaram Medical College- (2009 - present     PRESENTATIONS-   IMT  AS  A  SURROGATE  MARKER  OF  CORONARY  ATHEROSCLEROSIS  IN  INDIAN  SUBJECTS-  C.S.I, STATE  CHAPTER, Nov  06, KOLLAM.      Lipoprotein(a) as a risk factor for Coronary artery disease in Indian subjects – presented in the State CSI Chapter, Sept 2007,TIRUVALLA.   CONVENOR – Conference on “ Snakes, Venom and Snakebite held on the 20th and 21st September 2008, Angamaly.      Presentation- Low Serum Lipid levels as a bad prognosticator in venomous snake bite at the above mentioned conference.   Member- Advisory committee for the conference on Snakebite to be held in Tezpur, ASSAM, Dec 2009.   Invited speaker SNAK-SYMP Tezpur 2009. “ Clinical profile of venom phospholipases in the human system .”   Invited speaker – VIZAG LIVE 2010, Apollo Hospital, Vishakapatnam “ CRP an inflammatory marker or something more.”ospital, Visd  Chaired a session in CSI Kerala chapter -  Preventive Cardiology summit in Kochi in Sept 2010   Chaired a session in the Annual IMA Meet, Aluva – VATS in Sept 2010   Oct 2010 ‘Healthy Heart – Healthy  Family ’ Seminar organized jointly by Sree Narayana Institute Of Medical Sciences, Chalakka and Mathrubhumi in Paravoor on prevention of heart disease and non communicable diseases.  Oct 2010 Lions International  Medical camp in Athani   Invited speaker -  Dept of Biochemistry, Mysore University Oct 2010 “  Snakes, venom and snakebite”   Invited speaker – AMPTOX 2010, Kolkata,December 2010 “ Antihyperlipidemic potential of snake venom: A comprehensive study on Alloxan and high fat diet induced hyperlipidemic mice “   Invited speaker – First Annual conference of Toxinological Society of India in Chennai in  Dec 2011  “ Cardiac and Neurological complications of venomous snakebite” Convenor  - Hemophilia conclave held at the Blood Bank, Aluva in June 2012 Aug 6th -12th 2012: Training  programme  in the Management of Venomous snakebite conducted in Jalpaiguri District of North Bengal Sessions held at Community Health Centres, Medical College, district Hospital , IMAs  and API at the request of the District Collector and Health services. Aug 17th  2012 :UGC sponsored National Seminar on LIFE STYLE DISEASES- AN EMERGING ISSUE held at Morning Star Home Science College, Angamaly   Delivered a lecture on ‘ Life style factors in Coronary Artery Disease and Hypertension’   Also delivered the Valedictory speech  Aug 19th 2012:  NASEC KOCHI 2012 ( National Summit on Epidemiology of CAD) Invited speaker Topic: ENDIRA( Epidemiology of Non communicable Diseases In Rural Areas)  March 11th-12th 2013: Invited Delegate for the Protocol Development Workshop on “ Study of snake envenomation syndromes ,snake species- Syndrome correlation and ASV dose finding for the Indian sub-continent” at CMC, VELLORE  March 18th-19th 2013:  Invited speaker  at the National Colloquium on Translational Health Sciences jointly organised by KBC, SRIBS and THSTI at Mascot Hotel, Trivandrum . Topic: “ Risk score for  vascular  disease in an Indian population”.  Dec 8th 2013- Invited speaker for the Annual Cardiological Society of India ( CSI ) conference  held at Bangalore.  Topic: “Diabetes and coronary artery disease, cardio-metabolic syndrome a continuum”.   Dec 10th 2013- Invited speaker for the “The 6 National Colloquium on evidence based integrative medicine for Lymphatic Filariasis and other Chronic Dermatoses” to be held by the Kasargod University.  Topic – Integrative medicine in the treatment of non communicable diseases.  Dec 18th- 20th – TSICON 2013 in GOA- Annual conference of the TSI. Invited speaker : Topic – “Systemic pathologic effects induced by multi-toxic PLA2s (VRV-PL-V and VRV-PL-VIIIa)  isolated from Daboia russelii venom”.  MAY 25TH to JUNE 5th – Attended the 46th ISCEP held at Kodagu, International Society for Cardiovascular disease Epidemiology and Prevention.  SEPT 27TH & 28TH – CSI-PREVENT- Invited Speaker and faculty on the first preventive summit held by the CSI in Agra. Topic : “Lipoprotein(a) and Lipoprotein associated PLA2”  NOV 21st & 22nd – TSICON 2014, Invited speaker and faculty in the 4th annual conference held at Kolkata. Topic : ‘’Treatment protocol for venomous snakebite’’  PATENTS – 1 Lipid lowering effect of snake venom phospholipase.  PROJECTS-  Principal Investigator  “ ENDIRA’’, Epidemiology of Non-communicable diseases in Rural areas. Program where in a survey of 5 Panchayats for non communicable diseases was completed.This is the largest single door to door survey for non communicable diseases in India.    This project has been taken up by the state “NRHM”, National Rural Health Mission as a pilot project targeting lifestyle change as a means to combat non-communicable diseases.  N2TA- No to Tobacco & Alcohol, a school awareness program targeting higher secondary students ( Class V11-X) in schools in the vicinity. This is an ongoing program, the total number of schools covered so far is 26.  ‘ VIMUKTI ’- School level awareness program which involved training of picked school representatives. The school children are then responsible for spreading awareness among the rest of their school, Parent teacher organizations and the general public.  Indo-Srilankan Project:     Title : Proteomic and Transcriptomic Profile/Analysis of Indo-Srilanka Hemotoxic  snakes: Implications in development of effective, safe and feasible antivenin.   Agency: DST, Govt of India and MTR, Govt of Srilanka (Indo-Srilankan Joint Research Programme)   Sanction order with date: INT/SLP/P-007/2012, dated 15th May, 2014. AWARDS-  Life time award for excellence in profession as a Physician conferred by the Society for the physically handicapped and the infirm in Dec 2011  Award of  honor conferred by the IMA and the District Health service in recognition of  exemplary service rendered in the crusade against tobacco and alcohol in May 2012 I  have  not  willfully  held  back  any  facts  and  all  the  above  mentioned  facts  are  true  to  the  best  of  my  knowledge.