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  • Dr. Deepa Chandramohan

    Critical Care

    Dr. Deepa Chandramohan

    Email official : drdeepac@mvrccri.co

    Dr. Deepa Chandramohan is a highly experienced and dedicated Intensive Care Physician with over 13
    years of experience in Critical Care Medicine. With a special interest in Oncology Critical Care, she has
    been heading the medical and surgical ICUs at MVRCCRI since 2019, providing exceptional care to
    critically ill patients. Dr. Chandramohan is an AHA-certified Instructor for BLS & ACLS and has a passion
    for Smart ICUs and Artificial Intelligence-powered Healthcare systems for ICUs. She has previously served
    as a Clinical Advisor to the AI-based Healthcare Company “CEREBRA,” further showcasing her interest
    and expertise in innovative technologies for patient care.
    Dr. Chandramohan’s areas of clinical interest include Oncologic Critical Care, Postoperative and Trauma
    Critical Care, and difficult weaning from Mechanical Ventilation. She is also experienced in using High
    Flow Nasal Oxygen Cannula Therapy, Transthoracic echocardiography and Flexible Fibreoptic
    Bronchoscopy to provide the best possible care to her patients. Additionally, she is passionate about
    teaching and clinical research, as well as setting up novel ICUs to enhance patient care. Dr.
    Chandramohan’s dedication to the field of Critical Care Medicine and her extensive experience make her a
    valuable asset to MVRCCRI and the healthcare community as a whole.


    Work Experience
    • Intensive Care Physician with more than 13 years of experience in Critical Care and special interest in
      Oncology Critical Care.
    • Experience in heading ICU at tertiary care hospitals for more than 9 years.
    • AHA-certified Instructor for BLS & ACLS.
    • Special Interest in Smart ICUs and Artificial Intelligence-powered Healthcare systems for ICUs.
      Previous Clinical Advisor to AI-based-Healthcare Company “CEREBRA” [www.cerebraai.com].
    • Faculty at www.medicoacademy.com
    • Passions include Teaching, Painting, Philanthropy & Photography

    Clinical interest

    • Oncologic Critical Care
    • Postoperative and Trauma Critical Care
    • Difficult weaning from Mechanical ventilation
    • High Flow Nasal Oxygen Cannula Therapy
    • Flexible Fibreoptic Bronchoscopy
    • Teaching & Clinical Research
    • Setting-up novel ICUs


    • N Warrier, Deepa Chandramohan et al. A Retrospective audit comparing the neutropenic
      complications in the Pre-COVID and COVID era from a tertiary care center. Journal of
      Clinical Oncology 2021 39:15_suppl, e18619-e18619.
    • 2. Deepa C, Muralidhar K. Renal replacement therapy in ICU. J Anaesthesiol Clin Pharmacol
    • Chandramohan D, Kamat SS, V R. Post-tracheostomy tracheo-oesophageal fistula – an unusual
      presentation. S Afr J Crit Care 2016 Jul;32(1):32.
    • Chandramohan D, D’Souza SA. Preservative-free racemic ketamine with bupivacaine: a desirable
      option for extended caudal analgesia in pediatric surgery. Ain-Shams J Anaesthesiol 2016;9:426-
    • Deepa C, Kamat SS, Desai T. Penetrating injury of the oropharynx with tonsillar prolapse in a patient
      with hepatic cirrhosis and portal hypertension: Anesthetic management. Karnataka Anaesth J
    • Desai T, Kamat S, Deepa C. Comparison of APACHE –II score and SOFA score in predicting the
      outcome of patients with ventilator-associated pneumonia. M.P. Anesthesiology 2017;3(1):33-42.
    • Kamat S, Deepa C, et al. Anaesthetic management of a patient with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome with
      parathyroid adenoma for excision – a case report. South Afr J Anaesth Analg 2012;18(2):119
    • Kamat S, Deepa C, et al. A patient with polycythemia vera for orthopaedic surgery – perianesthetic
      considerations. Saudi J Anaesth 2012 Jan-Mar; 6:87-88.
    • Kamat S, Kaur M, Deepa C et al. Current consensus on crystalloids and colloids in the perioperative
      period in children. Karnataka Anaesthesia Journal 2010 Dec; 11(2): 51-58


    • MRCP – Royal College of Physicians, UK. March 2019
    • MD Anaesthesiology- Goa Medical College,Goa University, India. April 2009
    • Fellowship in Critical Care Medicine- Narayana Hrudayalaya,Bangalore, February 2012
    • DNB Anaesthesiology- National Board of Examinations, India. June 2012


    • MRCP UK – University of Edinburgh
    • American Heart Association-certified Instructor for BLS & ACLS.


    The Visionary

    Respectfully called MVR, the late MV Raghavan was one of the revolutionary leaders of the Communist movement in Kerala. Born in an ordinary family in Pappinissery, Kannur, his political life began in his early teens. He served two terms as Minister of Co-operation and Ports in Kerala during 1991-1996 and 2001-2006. MVR revolutionized the co-operative sector by taking the people-powered movement to healthcare and education in the State. MV Raghavan realized the role of the co-operative movement in social development and job creation and he was instrumental in setting up various institutions in the state.