Case study CME

 Course Curriculum

Case study CME

  • Chapter 1  Case of drug induced liver injury related to paracetamol
    • Drug induced liver injury is a common cause of liver disorders. Paracetamol has been observed to be a cause of liver injury. In this video Dr Ajay is discussing paracetamol induced liver injury through a case.

     About the instructor


    •    Dr. Ajay Kumar
    •   New Delhi
    • Chairman & HOD in Institute for Digestive & Liver Diseases at BLK Super Speciality Hospital, New Delhi

    Dr. Ajay Kumar is a Chairman and HOD - Institute for Digestive and Liver Diseases at BLK Super Speciality Hospital, New Delhi. He completed MBBS from Punjab University, Chandigarh in 1980, MD - Medicine from Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh in 1984 and DM - Gastroenterology from the University of Delhi in 1987. Dr. Ajay has been awarded BC Roy Award from the President of India. He is an experienced clinician with a special interest in Pancreatico Biliary Disease, Luminal Gastroenterology and advanced Therapeutic Endoscopy. Dr. Ajay Kumar has more than forty publications in the national and international journals and more than 20 papers presented at Conference. He has contributed 17 Book Chapters. Before joining Fortis Hospital, Dr. Ajay Kumar has served in Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, G B Pant Hospital and other prestigious institutes.

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