Healthcare Providers of Dr. Rammohan Sripad Bhat , Bangalore

Dr. Rammohan Sripad Bhat

Dr. Rammohan Sripad Bhat


MBBS, MD, General Internal Medicine, MRCP (Edinburgh), MRCP (Nephrology), CCT Nephrology and GIM


Internal Medicine

  • Internal Medicine
  • Nephrology

Practice Locations

Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospitals - Bommasandra
No. 258/A, Bommasandra Industrial Area,Hosur Road, Anekal Taluk. Bangalore , Karnataka
Dr Bhat's Nephrology Clinic (Virtual)
Bengaluru Bengaluru , Karnataka , India

Work Experience

Narayana Hrudayalaya, Narayana Health City
Bommasandra Industrial Area, Hosur Road, Bangalore, 560099
Senior Consultant Nephrologist (Nephrology)
From 1 Jan 2013 to Present
This is a super tertiary teaching hospital at Bangalore with almost 2000 bed capacity. We have a large Nephrology department and provide maintenance haemodialysis for 250 patients and peritoneal dialysis for 15 patients. We perform about 50 Kidney transplants every year.
University Hospital North Staffordshire
Consultant Acute Medicine (Acute Medicine)
From 19 Jul 2012 to 31 Oct 2012
University Hospital South Manchesyter
Manchester, UK
Consultant Acute Medicine (Acute Medicine)
From 24 Apr 2012 to 18 Jul 2012
Specialist Registrar Training UK
Mersey Deanery, Liverpool UK
Specialist Registrar (Nephrology and Internal Medicine)
From 1 Aug 2006 to 24 Apr 2012
Spanning a total of five and half years, my training in Nephrology was robust and comprehensive. Most of my training was at Royal Liverpool University Hospital which is the main teaching hospital and tertiary centre of the region. I was posted to University Hospital Aintree and Arrowe Park Hospital for one year each. The renal unit at Royal Liverpool University Hospital provides tertiary care for the region and has facility to isolate dialysis patients with hepatitis and HIV. It also has a five bedded ‘Renal HDU’ which enables us look after ill patients with predominant renal impairment. The unit cares for about 450 haemodialysis patients, 100 peritoneal dialysis patients and 75 conservative management patients apart from a large population of general nephrology patients. Home Haemodialysis programme is gaining popularity and now has 22 patients. The regional transplant unit is based here and performs about 100 transplants every year including ABO incompatible transplants.


Karnatak University, India
MD, General Internal Medicine
Safdarjang Hospital, India
MRCP (Edinburgh)
MRCP (Nephrology)
Federation of RCP, UK
CCT Nephrology and GIM


A retrospective comparative study of tunneled haemodialysis catheters inserted through occluded or collateral veins versus conventional methods. CVIR 2010; 33(4): 744 - 750
S. Powell, T. Chan, R. Bhat, K. Lam, R. Nalwar, N. Cullen, P.Littler.
A randomised double-blind controlled trial of taurolidine-citrate catheter locks for the prevention of bacteremia in patients treated with haemodialysis. AJKD June 2010; 55(6): 1060 – 1068
LR Solomon, JS Cheesbrough, L Ebah, T Al-sayeed, M Heap, N Milliband, D Waterhouse, S Mitra, A Curry, R Saxena, R Bhat, M Schulz, P Diggle.
A microbiological survey of bicarbonate based replacement circuits in continuous veno-venous haemofiltration. Critical Care Medicine 2009; 37(2): 496 – 500.
I Moore, R Bhat, N Hoenich, A Kilner, M Prabhu, K Orr, N S Kanagasundaram.
Pneumoperitoneum in peritoneal dialysis patients; one centre’s experience. NDT Plus 2011; 4(2): 120-123
M Imran, R Bhat, H Anijeet.
International Society of Nephrology
Renal Association
Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh
European Renal Association
Vascular Access Society
Central Venous Catheter Insertion Through Occluded and Collateral Veins – Techniques and Outcomes. R Bhat, T Chan, S Powell
Vascular Access Society Meeting 2009, Rome - Mean survival of catheters inserted via occluded veins and collateral veins was 163 days which compared favorably with the control groups. Early complication rates were few and comparable. Rate of Catheter related bacteremia was 1.5 per 1000 catheter days which was same as the control group as well.
BK Virus Associated Nephropathy (BKVAN) Following Renal Transplantation – A Single Centre Experience.
A Hakeem, R Bhat, H Sharma, R Penfold, M Howse, G Bell, H Shawki, I Hart, A Hammad, A Sharma, S Mehra. British Transplantation Society Annual Congress 2011
Pneumoperitoneum in peritoneal dialysis patients, one centre’s experience.
M Imran, R Bhat, H Anijeet. Renal Association and British Transplantation Society Joint Annual Conference 2009
Assessment of cardiovascular risk factors and their management in Chronic Kidney Disease Stage III and IV population.
R Bhat, C Goldsmith, C Wong. ERA- EDTA Congress, Munich 2010
Assessment of cardiovascular risk factors and their management in Chronic Kidney Disease Stage III and IV population.
R Bhat, T Powell, A. Dhaygude. Northwest Renal Audit, Manchester, 2009. I presented this regional audit involving five renal units in the North-West of England.
A Randomised Double-Blind Controlled Trail of Taurolidine-Citrate Catheter Locks for the Prevention of Bacteremia in Patients Treated With Haemodialysis.
This multi-centre trial was led by Dr. Solomon from Royal Preston Renal Unit. I was involved with this study since December 2007 and recruited 9 out of 19 patients contributed from our unit. I collected the data for all the patients form Royal Liverpool University Hospital.
Effect of Erythropoietin on Nutritional Status of Predialysis Renal Failure Patients with Anemia.
Research project done over 2 year period as part of MD, Medicine course at Delhi University, India. I was responsible for study design, ethics approval, data collection, analysis and write up of thesis.
A microbiological survey of bicarbonate based replacement circuits in continuous veno-venous haemofiltration (CVVH)
This project was funded by Northern Counties Kidney Research Fund. I was actively involved with research lead Dr. Kanagasundaram in designing the study, applying for funding, and educating the staff on intensive care unit which was vital for appropriate data collection. Dr. Moore continued my work after I moved to Liverpool.