Dr. Anilkumar Sapare is a pediatric consultant at Narayana Health City, Bangalore with over 35 years of experience. Dr. Sapare completed his postgraduate training in India. Following this, he underwent further training at various hospitals including East Kent hospitals, Kent, UK; St. James University Hospital, Leeds University hospital, Leicester. Dr. Sapare also has a fellowship in Respiratory Medicine, Sleep Medicine and Bronchoscopy from Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London. He is trained in PICU/NICU at Leeds teaching hospitals and Leicester Royal Infirmary, England.
Consultant in Paediatric Respiratory Medicine Leicester Royal Infirmary Leicester UK
Area of Expertise
- Paediatric Respiratory Illness
- Asthma and Allergy
- Sleep Disorders, Breathing and Polysomnography
- Paediatric Intensive Care
- Non-invasive Ventilation and Long-term Home Ventilation
- IAP India
- IMA India
- Rcpch UK
Fields of Expertise
Key Procedures Performed
- Pulmonary Function Test for young children from 3 years of age. It is a Special Impulse Oscillometric Device.
- Bronchoscopy for children including young infants
- Skin Prick Test for Allergy Testing.
- Sleep PSG
- Lung Functions
- Advanced Life Support Skills
- Thoracocentesis and Chest Tube Placement
- Arterial lines
- Long line and central line Insertion
- Exchange transfusions
- Cranial ultrasound
- Efficacy of low osmolarity Oral Rehydration Solution (ORS) versus standard WHO ORS in reducing the duration and frequency of loose stools in children March 95 - June 95.
- Clinical spectrum of chronic lymphadenopathy in children and laboratory evaluation including Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology - June 1995 - June 1995
- The role of the portable non-invasive ventilation as a quick weaning mode from paediatric intensive care- Leicester experience.
- Outcome of the children with Tracheostomy in children at University Hospitals of NHS Trust. It was presented at RCPCH Meeting at York
- The impact of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation on survival in paediatric patients with acute Asthma - 8 Years experience in a UK ECMO
- Role of the Atrial Septostomy in relieving the left ventricular volume overload in children on venoarterial ECMO.
- Nippy ventilation as a mode of weaning of children from conventional ventilators. Poster presentation at 2nd Congress of European Academy of Paediatrics, Nice, France in October 24-28, 2008.
- Case of Bronchiectasis with an immune disorder. Northern Deanery Respiratory forum on 14 November 2008.
- Won the first prize in DOC IDOL competition at University Hospital of Leicester & Deanery forum for best case presentation on 25 Sep 2008.