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Mr Ash Prabhudesai, Consultant Colorectal Laparoscopic Surgeon PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 10 June 2015 06:49
Mr Ash Prabhudesai is a Consultant Colorectal, Laparoscopic & General Surgeon at The Hillingdon and Mount Vernon Hospitals , where he has a varied General and Colorectal surgical practice. He is also Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Imperial College School of Medicine, London, and  is  Personal Tutor for medical students from Imperial College. Ash is a core member of the Colorectal Cancer Multidisciplinary Team at the Hillingdon Hospital. He is the Audit Lead for the Department of Surgery , and firmly believes in improving patient care by using audit tools.
Ash is accredited in laparoscopic (minimally invasive) surgery for bowel cancer. His main interests are minimally invasive surgery for bowel disorders, including bowel cancer and non cancerous conditions like diverticulosis and inflammatory bowel disease, apart with abdominal wall hernias and gall bladder disease. Ash also practices minimally invasive techniques for conditions of the bottom viz. haemorrhoids. He also maintains a special interest in diverticular disease and its complications. He is a recognised Educational Supervisor for surgical trainees, and enjoys teaching with a passion, both in the operating theatres and outside. He examines for the Final MBBS examinations in General Surgery. He has presented at various national and international meetings, and he always encourages his trainees to participate in clinical research, which in his opinion helps continuously improving patient care. He is regularly invited to talk to General Practitoners and to the public on various topics, including bowel cancer awareness.

Mr Ash Prabhudesai
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written by Alka Bhide , August 06, 2015
Excellent informative video.
written by Neeraj Purohit, August 06, 2015
Really useful talk. Lots of information.
written by Tom, September 02, 2015
Mr Ash comes through clearly, it is a shame he did not make it a longer presentation.

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