Dr Jitendra Jagtap
Qualification: MBBS, MS, DNB, Fellowship in EndoUrology, Laparoscopy & Robotic surgery, Endourological Society, USA
Dr Jitendra Jagtap is a Consultant with over 14 years of professional experience and is currently associated with Global Hospitals, Mumbai as Consultant. Along with his MBBS, MS, and DNB degrees, he also has a fellowship in Endourology, Laparoscopy & Robotics from Endourological Society, USA, to his credit.
Dr Jagtap has had a remarkable academic record. His research work has been commendable due to which most of his work has been published in various esteemed national and international medical journals. He has over 20 publications in international peer-reviewed journals and has co-authored a few book chapters as well.
He was a part of numerous clinical research protocols during his training at a large volume tertiary referral center. He has been actively involved in mentoring and sharing his knowledge base with surgeons at both JPAC (Jayramdas Patel Academic Centre), Nadiad, and CeMAST (Centre of Excellence for Minimal Access Surgery Training), Mumbai. He has imparted training in Holmium and Thulium lasers to urologists in Iran.
In his quest for knowledge, Dr Jagtap attends numerous national and international conferences as well as CMEs. He is also an esteemed member of various medical organizations and societies such as the American Urological Association, Mumbai Urological Society, Urological Society of India among others and is frequently invited to deliver guest lectures at their meetings.
14 Years of Experience
- July 2014 to Present
Consultant, Global Hospital – Superspeciality & Transplant Centre
- August 2006 to February 2009
Assistant Professor in General Surgery, Baroda Medical College & SSG Hospital, Baroda, Gujarat
- Endo-Urology (RIRS &Miniperc for Renal stones)
- Robotic Uro-oncology and Reconstructive surgeries (Urological cancers)
- Minimally invasive treatment of BPH (ThuLEP)
- Renal Transplant (Laparoscopic donor nephrectomy)
- Stood 2nd in the M.S General surgery final exam.
- Stood 1st in the GPSC (Gujarat Public service commission) exam for the post of Assistant Professor of Surgery.
- Won the Eagle traveling fellowship at the WZUSICON 2009 and attended the Dept. of Urology, AIIMS, New Delhi for the same.
- Won the Olympus USI international traveling fellowship at USICON 2011, Kolkata.
- Won the national “UROQUIZ”- 1” prize at USICON 2012, Bangalore.
Dr. Jagtap has more than 20 Published articles, some of them are –
- ‘TussigenicTrachea’ published in The New Zealand Medical Journal.
- ‘Tuberculous Pulmonary Pneumatocele communicating extrathoracically’ published in Thorax.
- ‘A huge abdominal lump with multiple bony bumps’ published in The New Zealand Medical Journal.
- ‘Scrofuloderma with Lupus Vulgaris’ published in the Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine.
- ‘Giant hepatic hydatid cyst with sub-fascial extension treated by open minimally invasive surgery: a case report’ published in the Journal of Medical Case Reports.
- ‘Management strategy for dirty abdominal incisions: primary or delayed primary closure? A randomized trial’ published in Surg Infect.
- ‘Shrapnel injury due to a firecracker causing gastric and gallbladder perforation: UlusTravmaAcilCerrahiDerg’ published in the Turkish Journal of Trauma & Emergency Surgery).
- ‘Percutaneous nephrostomy under ultrasound guidance’ published in Indian J Nephrol.
- ‘Treating renal calculi 1-2cm in diameter with mini percutaneous or retrograde intrarenal surgery: a prospective comparative study’ published in BJU Int.
- ‘Training in percutaneous nephrolithotomy’ published in CurrOpin Uro.
- ‘Prospective randomized controlled trial comparing laser lithotripsy with pneumatic lithotripsy in mini perc for renal calculi’ ’ published in J Endourol.
- ‘Current role of micro perch in the management of small renal calculi’ published in Indian J Urol.
- ‘Micropercutaneous nephrolithotomy (micro perch) vs retrograde intrarenal surgery for the management of small renal calculi: a randomized controlled trial’ published in BJU Int.
- ‘Xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis (XGPN) mimicking a “renal cell carcinoma with renal vein thrombus and paracaval lymphadenopathy”. 2013 Dec 2;2:263. doi: 10.12688/f1000research.2-263.v1. eCollection 2013.
- ‘Evolution of SWL Technique: A 25-year single-center experience of over 5000 patients’ published in BJUI Int.