As the head of the Intensive Therapy Unit at a highly acclaimed institute in Kolkata, India, Dr. Rajat Choudhuri was the first clinician in the Eastern region of India to establish protocol using sterile, transparent dressings for central lines. He is actively involved in national trials targeting antimicrobial strengthening practices and has gained unique insight into preventative strategies for central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSIs). His randomized comparative study on CLABSI prevention was selected and presented at a major conference in 2017.
Dr. Choudhuri is a lifetime member of a critical care medicine and anesthesiology society, and has authored more than 20 international publications in peer reviewed journals. He specializes in image-guided vascular access and advanced ventilator strategies in critical care.
Choudhuri R. Chlorhexidine Gluconate Impregnated Central Venous Access Dressing: Can It Be a Gold Standard of CLABSI Prevention: A Comparative Study at Tertiary Care Public Hospital. Presented at the Association for Vascular Access Annual Scientific Meeting; 2017; Phoenix, AZ.
Yengkhoml, S. Back to hospital after surgery? Here's why. The Times of India. September 30, 2016.