Dr.(Col)Parvinder Singh Bedi

Designation : HOD Anesthesia

Speciality : Anesthesiology & Critical Care

Areas of Expertise :


Qualification : MBBS, MD

  • Dr (Col) Parvinder Singh Bedi is a highly skilled, sincere and competent Anaesthesiologist, with around 19 years post MD experience in Anaesthesiology and Critical Care. He has completed 25 years of regular service in the best hospitals of Indian Armed Forces.
  • An alumunus of the prestigious Armed Forces Medical College, Pune and has done Post Graduation from Delhi University and has done number of courses conducted by the Indian Army and Indian Society of Anaesthesiologist.
  • Has more than 12 years of undergraduate and postgraduate teaching experience. Is a Professor with Medical Council of India recognized Institutes and is a certified examiner with the Diplomate of National Board (DNB)
  • Actively involved in Academics as Speaker/Chairperson in various National Congregation
  • Has number of publications in National Indexed and recognized Journals.
  • Has high level of expertise in providing Anaesthesia cover in Laproscopic surgery, Neurosurgery, Paediatric surgery, Renal Transplant, G I surgery, Urology, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Orthopaedics, General surgeries, ENT, eye surgeries, Interventional Cardiology(Cath Lab) etc.
  • Has worked proficiently with number of super specialties and has lot of experience in conducting surgeries on high risk cases.
  • Has keen interest in Regional blocks both for upper and Lower limb surgeries and has worked in Pain clinics
  • Has been commended number of times for his exceptional service beyond the call of duty.

    Served in the Indian Army for 25 years

    Regional Blocks Paediatric Anaesthesia and Golf

    Received the Army Commander’s Commendation Card in Jan 2012 for exceptional service beyond the call of duty.

    • Plethysmographic variability index as a tool to assess fluid responsiveness in critically ill patients: a correlation study with inferior vena cava distensibility index (Indian Journal of Research in Medical Sciences, 2019 Dec; 7(12); 4663-4672)
    • To study the efficacy of Supraclavicular and Infraclavicular approach of Brachial plexsus block for traumatic upper limb injuries using both ultrasound and nerve stimulator guidance (The Journal of International Medical Sciences Academy)
    • Premedication with a combination of ketamine and midazolamin paediatric cardiac surgical patients : A comparison of nasal versus oral route (The Journal of International Medical Sciences Academy 2018; April – June; Vol 31; No 2; 100- 106)
    • A comparative study between Isoflurane and Propofol in fast track cardiac anaesthesia for patients undergoing coronary artery bypass grafting (The Journal of International Medical Sciences Academy 2018; April – June; Vol 31; No 2; 95- 99)
    • Fat Embolism Syndrome from Subtle to Full Blown Presentation : A case report (J Anaesth Clin Pharmacol, 2010, 26(4):554-546)
    • Intra OperativeVenous Air Embolism: A Case Study (Ind J Trauma Anaesth Crit Care, Vol 5, No 1, 2014)
    • Caroticocavernous Fistula: A Case Report (Indian J Anaesth, 2005, 49(3):220-222)

    Registered with Medical Council of India, Life Member of Indian Society of Anaesthesiology and Life Member of Indian College of Anaesthesiologist.