Dr. Shrenik Parasmalji Ostwal | Best Pain And Palliative Care Specialists in Kolkata - NH

Dr. Shrenik Parasmalji Ostwal

MBBS, MD (Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai) Consultant

  • SpecialityPain & Palliation - Oncology

  • HospitalKolkata - Narayana Superspeciality Hospital, Howrah


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Brief Profile

My responsibilities constitute medical management of patients suffering from Life Limiting Conditions. It involves managing and anticipating their pain and other symptoms and addressing their psychological, social and spiritual needs. I try to maintain bond between various team members and lead them to their fullest potential that aim to provide holistic and quality care to patients at home, hospital and hospice level.

Posts Held in the past

Gujarat Cancer Research Institute, Ahmadabad [Assistant Professor]

Feb 2018 to Feb 2019

Tata Memorial Hospital (Senior Register, Palliative Medicine)

Jan 2017 to Dec 2017

Tata Memorial Hospital (Resident, Palliative Medicine)

Sept 2013 to Dec 2016


MBBS, MD (Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai)

Fields of Expertise

Difficult Pain Management, Palliative care (Cancer - All types adult & Paediatric, Non- Cancerous Conditions – Respiratory, Cardiac Neurology Nephrology, Gastroenterology, HIV/ AIDS), Symptom Management, End of Lifecare


  1. Patel BC,  Ostwal S, Sanghavi PR, Joshi G, Singh R. Management of malignant wound myiasis with ivermectin, albendazole, and clindamycin (triple therapy) in advanced head- and- neck cancer patients: A prospective observational study. Indian J Palliat Care 2018
  2. Anandi Q,  Ostwal S, Patel H, et a Magic vaginal douche for severe vaginal mucositis: a case-based approach. Nurs Palliative Care Int. (2018);1(1):17-18
  3. Ostwal Shrenik,Datta Arunima, Prathama Guha (Chaudhuri), Dam Deblina, Sharma Rimi. Quality of life and the psychological impact of illness on every day life through the eyes of survivors of breast cancer in Kolkata. Journal of Psychology and Psychotherapy (Accepted, March 2019)
  4. Ostwal SP, Salins N, Deodhar Reversal of opioid-induced toxicity. Indian J Palliat Care [serial online] 2017 [cited 2017 Oct 13];23:484-6. Available from: http://www.jpalliativecare.com/text.asp?2017/23/4/484/216142
  5. Shrenik Ostwal, Naveen Salins, Jayita Deodhar & Mary Ann Muckaden Fentanyl-Induced Neurotoxicity in Children, Journal of Pain & Palliative Care Pharmacotherapy, 29:4, 385-387, DOI: 0.3109/15360288.2015.1101639
  6. Ostwal S, Salins N, Deodhar J, Muckaden MA. Management of Ramsay hunt syndrome in an acute palliative care setting. Indian J Palliat Care 2015;21:79-81

Languages Spoken

English, Hindi, Gujrati, Bengali

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