Fetching details…


Dr. Shrikanth Srinivasan

Dr. Shrikanth Srinivasan

Consultant and Head
Critical Care Medicine
get appointment


  • MBBS
  • • MD (Anaesthesiology) • DNB (Anaesthesiology) • FNB (Fellow of National Board of Examination) Critical Care Medicine • European Diploma in Intensive Care (EDIC)


  • FICCM (Fellow of Indian College of Critical Care Medicine)

Dr. Shrikanth Srinivasan is one of the leading Doctors for Critical Care Medicine at Manipal Hospital Delhi. Dr. Shrikanth Srinivasan's area of expertise is,

He has been working as a full time Intensivist in the field of Critical Care Medicine for the past 14 years after completing his post-graduation in Anesthesia. He has completed his Fellowship of National Board of Examinations (FNB) in critical care medicine and the European Diploma in Critical Care (EDIC). He has been involved in providing high quality critical care services in several multi specialty hospitals over the past decade. He has been a teacher and an examiner for Critical Care training programs (IDCCM, IFCCM, post MBBS certificate course and FNB critical care). He has been actively involved in organizing and conducting workshops, refresher courses and point of care Ultrasound Courses. Member of the Examination Committee of ISCCM. Based on his contribution to the field of critical care in India, has been nominated as a Fellow of the Indian College of Critical Care Medicine (FICCM). He has been certified for ACLS and FCCS course and am a regular participant of their training programs ans is a certified trainer for Ultrasound in Critical Care by the WINFOCUS society and have been a regular faculty and course director for various courses across the country and internationally. Has authored several scientific papers in indexed journals and have contributed chapters in the ISCCM ICU protocol book, ISCCM Critical Care Updates, Textbook of Critical Care and Critical Care in Obstetrics 2nd Edition. Areas of interest include point of care ultrasound, extracorporeal therapy, advanced hemodynamic monitoring and difficult ventilation.

Back to Top