Dr dharmesh, MD - G. R. Medical College - ABTO

Dr dharmesh

MD

G. R. Medical College

ABTO

Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh | India

Main Specialties: Blood Banking - Transfusion Medicine, Hematology

Additional Specialties: transfusion Medicine & Hematology

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Dr dharmesh, MD - G. R. Medical College - ABTO

Dr dharmesh

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Biography



Dr. Dharmesh Chandra Sharma
ABTO, In Charge BCSU & Blood Bank, Department: Pathology
J. A. Groups of Hospital & G. R. Medical College, India

Research field: Transfusion Medicine, Immuno- hematology, Henatology
Qualifications
1986 Certificate Course in Blood Transfusion & Immuno-hematologyInstitute of Immuno-hematology, ICMR (Indian Council of Medical Research), K. E. M. Hospital, India
1983 M.D., Pathology, December, Jiwaji University, India
1978 M.B.B.S., Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, bachelor degree in Medical science, Jiwaji University, India
1972 B.Sc., Agra University, Utter Pradesh, India

Contact Details: 2-B, J.A.Hospital Campus,Gwalior (M.P.) INDIA Pin: 474009
Mobile: + 91 9425111202, +91 7974060295
E mail ID : sharmadrdharmesh@gmail.com (Personal)
Institutional ID: drdcsharma@grmcgwalior.org

Profile Details
I did my MD (Pathology) in 1983 from Gajra Raja Medical College affiliated with Jiwaji University, Gwalior, India and completed the Certificate Course in Blood Transfusion & Immuno-hematology form Institute of Immuno-hematology, ICMR (Indian Council of Medical Research), K. E. M. Hospital, India in 1986. Since 1986, I am working in the field of Transfusion medicine & immune-hematology and presently holding the post of Associate Blood Transfusion Officer (ABTO), In Charge BCSU & Blood Bank, Department Pathology, J. A. Groups of Hospital & G. R. Medical College, Gwalior (MP), India. I am a life member of ISTM (Indian Association of Transfusion Medicine) and ISBTI (Indian Society of Blood Transfusion and Immunohematology).
Award: Best papers in section of Medicine & Healthcare at SCIRP. Title: Efficacy of Whole Blood Reconstituted (WBR) in Exchange Transfusion (ET) in Hemolytic Disease of New Born (HDN) —A Study of 110 Cases http://www.scirp.org/. Editorial Board member of Open Journal of Blood Diseases and Academic editor of Journal International Blood review and research. Professor A.P. Singhal Research Award Best Research paper Award- Cash Prize of Rs. 10,000 by Indersen Jasobaadeve Charitable Trust (U.K.) A.

Primary Affiliation: G. R. Medical College - Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh , India

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Education

Jun 1986
Certificate course Immunohematology

ICMR Bombay
Dec 1983
MD ( Pathology)
G R Medical College
Jiwaji University Gwalior
Jul 1978
MBBS
G R Medical College
Jiwaji University Gwalior

Experience

Nov 2019
journal- Asian Hematology Research Journal
Academic Editor
Jan 2019
International Journal of research and Report in Hematology
Academic Editor
Jan 2019
"International Journal of Research and Report in Hematology "
Academic Editor
Jan 2019
"International Journal of Research and Report in Hematology "
Academic Editor
Dec 2018
Book Publisher International
Editorial Advisory Board Member
Jun 2018
Open Journal Of Blood Diseases
Editorial Board
Feb 2013
International Blood review and research
Academic editor
Jan 2009
Indersen Jasobaadeve Charitable Trust (U.K.) A
Professor A.P. Singhal Research Award Best Research paper Award
Best Paper Award
Jan 2009
Indersen Jasobaadeve Charitable Trust (U.K.) A
Professor A.P. Singhal Research Award Best Research paper Award
Best Paper Award

Publications

25Publications

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Prevalence of HIV among Blood Donors at Madhya Pradesh, a Central State of India

IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences (IOSR-JDMS) .Volume 17, Issue 3 Ver. 2 March. (2018), PP 57-64 DOI: 10.9790/0853-1703025764

Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences (IOSR-JDMS)

Abstract:

Background: Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) which can affect people of any age group caused

by Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). There’s no complete cure for HIV till Date. Incidence among donors

reflects the overall disease burden on the society. It can be transmitted by sexual intercourse, sharing of

needles, transfusion of blood and blood products and vertical transmission from mother to child. Transfusion

Transmitted Infections (TTIs) Threaten safety of the recipients and the community as a whole and are the

subject of real concern worldwide.

Aims And Objectives: The purpose of this study is to estimate the prevalence of HIV infection among the blood

donors, those comes to donate blood at different Blood Banks of Madhya Pradesh India, For a period of ten

years, i.e.. From: 2008 to 2017.

Materials And Methods: A retrospective analysis of medical records of blood donors who met the standard

criteria for donor fitness and donated blood at blood banks, of Madhya Pradesh, India. Donor’s blood units

were screened for HIV and other TTIs from January 2008 To December 2017 (10 Years). The HIV Data of last

ten years was collected, retrieved, tabulated, summarized and compared statistically by frequency distribution

and percentage proportion. Chi Square (X2) test was applied to know the significant (p value) ratio of difference

statistically.

Results: Out of the total 2404582 donors tested for HIV infection, 2637 (0.10%) were found to be HIV seropositive

(p=.000001).

Conclusion: The prevalence of HIV was 0.10% among blood donors of Madhya Pradesh, a Central State of

India and showed decline pattern from 2008 to 2017.

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March 2020
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Utility of compatible non identical blood components in transfusion services

IOSR-JDMS), vol. 17, no. 12, 2018, pp 33-40.

Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences (IOSR-JDMS)

Abstract Background: By means of component therapy, it is wise to provide the component which is required and keep the remaining components for other patients. Here compatible ABO non identical components (CC) are the need of the day to combat the shortage/ excess of particular blood components and on occasions it may be necessary to provide CC instead of identical blood component (IC). Aims and Objective: The aim is to study the usefulness of Compatible components in transfusion medicine. Material and methods: It is a approximately 7 years retro-prospective study from 1st January 2012 to 1st December 2018 conducted at Blood Bank in a tertiary care center in Gwalior. All data of components prepared, issued and its adverse effect of transfusion to the patients had been collected, tabulated and analyzed statistically. Result: A total number of 122672 blood units were collected during the study period; Out of 122672 collected blood units, 253238 units blood components were prepared. Mean conversion rate of components against the units collected is 2.06. Units found to be transfusion transmitted infections (TTIs) positive were 4337 (3.53%). Incidence of total adverse event in the study was 1.497 %; where adverse event by identical components was 1.60% and by compatible components was 0.73 %. Conclusion: Here we conclude that by the virtue of component therapy, we are able to avert the crisis of excess and shortage of blood components in our set up.

Keywords: Compatible components (CC), Identical components (IC), Transfusion.

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December 2018
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Clinical Study to Compare the Efficacy of Platelet Rich Plasma versus Conventional Dressing in Chronic Non-Healing Ulcers

(IOSR-JDMS).Volume 17, Issue 3 Ver. 3 March. (2018), PP 42-46. DOI: 10.9790/0853-1703034246

Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences (IOSR-JDMS)

Abstract: Chronic Wounds Are A Major Health Challenge And Are A Growing Socioeconomic Problem All Over The World. The Goal Of Wound Care In Chronic Ulcers Is To Facilitate Healing Using Standardized Protocols Of Wound Care. The Main Goal Of Any Treatment Modality Is To Obtain Wound Closure Expeditiously. The Aim Of Our Study Is To Compare And Find Out Which Is Better Among Platelet-Rich Plasma Vs. Conventional Dressing. In This Study, A Total Of 50 Patients Of Chronic Non Healing Ulcers Who Presented In Our Institute Were Evaluated From December 2015 To October 2017.Patients Were Randomly Grouped Into Two Groups - PRP And Conventional Dressing Group Of 25 Patients Each. Definitely, PRP Group Showed Better Results In Term Of Healing Rate And Required Significantly Less Number Of Dressings For Wound Closure. Results From Our Research Showed That PRP Is A Safe And Effective Treatment Modality For Chronic Non-Healing Ulcers. Using PRP To Treat Chronic Wounds/Ulcers May Not Only Enhance Healing But Also Prevent Lower Extremity Amputations Caused By Non-Healing Wounds.

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March 2018

OVERVIEW ON THALASSEMIAS: A REVIEW ARTICLE

Med. Res. Chron., 2017, 4 (3), 325-337

Medico Research Chronicles

Abstract

Thalassemia’s are genetic disorders inherited from a person’s parents. Thalassemia’s are

prevalent worldwide with 25,000 deaths in 2013.Highest rates are in the Mediterranean, Italy,

Greece, Turkey, West Asia, North Africa, South Asian, and Southeast Asia. The β-thalassemia

major is the most severe form and the affected children are dependent on regular blood

transfusions for survival. One of the major complications in chronically transfused patients is

development of irregular antibodies and in this situation; further transfusion of compatible red

cell is difficult. Hemoglobinopathies imply abnormalities in the globin proteins themselves.

Health complications are mostly found in thalassemia major and intermediate patients. Signs

and symptoms include severe anemia, poor growth and skeletal abnormalities during infancy.

Untreated thalassemia major eventually leads to death, usually by heart failure. Diagnosis by

hematologic tests, hemoglobin electrophoresis, and DNA analysis. Individuals with severe

thalassemia require blood transfusion, drug therapy i.e. deferoxamine, deferasirox,

deferiprone, and bone marrow transplant. Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) is still remains the

only definitive cure available for patients with Thalassemia. Gene therapy for β- Thalassemia

is still on trial and a hope for future. Genetic studies (DNA analysis) to investigate deletions

and mutations in the alpha- and beta-globin-producing gene help in correct diagnosis and

improved management in thalassemic patients. This topic will review the clinical features of

thalassemia while focusing on pathophysiology, clinical features, complication, management,

screening and diagnosis.

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June 2017
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Efficacy of Whole Blood Reconstituted (WBR) in Exchange Transfusion (ET) in Hemolytic Sisease of New Born (HDN) – A study of 110 Cases

2013; 3(1): 15-20. DOI: 10.4236/ojbd.2013.31004

Open Journal of Blood Diseases,

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February 2013
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Transfusion of neocytes concentrate/pooled neocytes in β-thalassemic patients.

Indian J Hematol Blood Transfus 2008 Dec 11;24(4):173-7. Epub 2009 Jan 11.

Department of Pathology, G. R. Medical College, Gwalior.(M.P.), India.

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Prevalence and Distribution of ABO and Rh-D Antigens along with Its Subgroups & Rare Types in Greater Gwalior Region

2013, 3(2), 69- 73. DOI: 10.4236/ojbd.2013.32015 http://www.scirp.org/journal/ojbd

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β -Globin Genes: Mutation Hot- Spots in the Global Thalassemia Belt

1–8. Posted online on 19 Dec 2014. Summary | Full Text | PDF (153 KB) | PDF Plus (235 KB)

Hemoglobin

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DNA damage: beta zero versus beta plus thalassemia

1–4. Posted online on 26 Dec 2014. Summary | Full Text | PDF (204 KB) | PDF Plus (216 KB)

Annals of Human Biology

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Hb E/β-Thalassemia: The Second Most Common Cause of Transfusion-Dependent Thalassemia in the Gwalior-Chambal Region of Central India

Oct 2012, Vol. 36, No. 5: 485–490. PMID: 22738610 http://lib.bioinfo.pl/paper:22738610

Hemoglobin

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Female Contribution in Blood Donation and Alternatives: Fact & Factual

5(4): 1-8, 2016, Article no.IBRR.26292 DOI: 10.9734/IBRR/2016/26292

International Blood Research & Reviews

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Lymphoma of Thyroid Gland- A Case Report

Volume 15, Issue 6 Ver. III (June. 2016), PP 54-56 www.iosrjournals.org

IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences

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A Retrospective Cytological Study of All Solitary Thyroid Nodules

Vol||04||Issue||09||Page 12473- 12477||September 2016. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18535/jmscr/v4

. JMSCR

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Audit of Platelets Usage among Patients: A Descriptive Study of Various Platelet Concentrates

6(4):1-9, 2016, Article no.IBRR.29327 DOI: 10.9734/IBRR/2016/29327

International Blood Research & Reviews

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Transfusion Transmissible Infections among Blood Donors at the Blood Bank of Medical College of Gwalior: A 5 Year Study.

2(5): 235-246, 2014, Article no. IBRR.2014.5.004 Sharma et al.; IBRR, Article no. IBRR.2014.5.00

International Blood Research & Reviews

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