Subrata has been highly involved in acute care in surgical programs and labor analgesia for a long time. He has developed interest in Addiction Medicine and Chronic Pain. Subrata has always in involved in teaching and practicing safe airway management.
Subrata Chakravarty attained fellowship at Mount Sinai Hospital. In 2010, he got the “Research in Education Award” at the prestigious SOAP (Society for Obstetric Anesthesia and Perinatology) Annual meeting.
Subrata participated in various projects which included auditory assessment after dural puncture during epidural placement in Obstetric Patients, “Performance of Anaesthesia Assistants: A review of more than 10,000 cases under local/topical anaesthesia with IV sedation and Aseptic techniques during labour epidural analgesia: A Survey of Obstetric Anaesthesia Practice in Ontario’.
Subrata Chakravarty starts his day with a focused preoperative assessment for evaluating the risks and for planning the course of Anesthesia care for the patients. As an intraoperative physician, his role is to look after the patient undergoing surgery right from the initiation of anesthesia till the recovery phase.
He successfully attained his one year of fellowship in Obstetric Anesthesia from University of Toronto. In 2008, Subrata attended Mount Sinai Hospital to achieve his fellowship of two years in Clinical Anesthesia. Adding more to his achievements, he got the “Research in Education Award” at the prestigious SOAP (Society for Obstetric Anesthesia and Perinatology) Annual meeting.
Besides, Subrata Chakravarty conducted research in the field of simulation and his study “Effectiveness of using high-fidelity simulation to teach the management of general anesthesia for Cesarean delivery”. He got his training as Clinical Fellow at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Singapore.
About Subrata Chakravarty
Always teaching and practicing safe airway management, Subrata Chakravarty completed his three year fellowship from Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto in order to follow his passion for labor analgesia and anesthetic management of high risk obstetrics cases.