Dr Neil A. Haldar

Urologie

MBBS FRCS MD
En activité depuis 1993
Homme
Langues : Anglais, Français
Honoraires :
Mr Neil Haldar is a leading consultant urological surgeon based in Buckinghamshire. After graduating from King's College Medical School in 1992 Mr Haldar went on to join the Oxford Junior Surgical training program. From there Mr Haldar was awarded by the Royal College of Surgeons the Allinson Foundation Research Fellowship in which he was able to undertake his Master's degree at the Nuffield Department of Surgery in Oxford. Once he completed his specialty urological training, Mr Haldar...
SPÉCIALITÉS ET SOUS-SPÉCIALITÉS
  • Urologie
PUBLICATIONS

Completed an MD Thesis, Department of Surgery, Oxford.

Currently exploring the physiological and psychological stress associated with surgery, reducing complications, the length of hospitalization and associated costs. Using a multidisciplinary team approach we have reduced our post-operative hospital stay following radical cystectomy from a national average of 21 days down to an average of 8 days.

This work has been published and presented at a number of national conferences. Investigating the use of barrier gels to reduce the side effects of prostate surgery and radiotherapy.


List of publications

  • CT Urogram For Haematuria - Unearthing Other Diagnoses:A Study Of 801 Patients European
  • ‘Good is not good enough’ – The story of Karl from Tuttlingen
  • The impact of the two-week wait rule on the diagnosis and management of bladder cancer in a single UK
  • Urosepsis and bacteraemia caused by antibiotic-resistant organisms after transrectal ultrasonography-guided prostate biopsy.
  • Rapid recovery surgery: the role of early enteral feeding to improve surgical outcome following radical cystectomy for invasive bladder cancer.
  • Oxygen-free radical scavenger enzyme polymorphisms in systemic sclerosis.
  • Polymorphisms in tumour necrosis factor (TNF) are associated with risk of bladder cancer and grade of tumour at presentation.
  • The impact of endothelial nitric oxide synthase polymorphisms on long-term renal allograft outcome.
  • A functional polymorphism of the stromelysin gene (MMP-3) influences susceptibility to primary sclerosing cholangitis.
  • Donor cytokine genotype influences the development of acute rejection after renal transplantation.
  • The impact of recipient cytokine genotype on acute rejection after renal transplantation.
  • A variant within the DNA repair gene XRCC3 is associated with the development of melanoma skin cancer.
  • Glutathione S-transferase polymorphisms and skin cancer after renal transplantation.
  • Association between polymorphisms in dopamine metabolic enzymes and tobacco consumption in smokers.

    How reliable is a vasectomy? Long-term follow-up of vasectomised men.
PRIX ET MÉDAILLES
Association of Surgeons of GB and Ireland – short list for Moynihan prize
Royal College of Surgeon’s/Allinson Foundation Research Fellowship
Royal Society of Medicine/GlaxoSmithKline trainee of the year award
BJUI/SIU Overseas Clinical Research award
BAUS/ UROLINK travel award
BAUS Young consultant travel award
LANGUES PARLÉES
  • Anglais
  • Français
DIPLÔMES ET MEMBERSHIPS
  • MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery

  • FRCS Fellow Royal College of Surgeons

  • MD Doctor of Medicine

CENTRE D'INTERÊTS

    • Prostate cancer
    • Minimal access surgery (keyhole surgery)
    • Benign prostate enlargement
    • Haematuria (blood in the urine)
    • Kidney stones
    • Prostatectomy (prostate removal)

BIOGRAPHIE

Mr Neil Haldar is a leading consultant urological surgeon based in Buckinghamshire. After graduating from King's College Medical School in 1992 Mr Haldar went on to join the Oxford Junior Surgical training program. From there Mr Haldar was awarded by the Royal College of Surgeons the Allinson Foundation Research Fellowship in which he was able to undertake his Master's degree at the Nuffield Department of Surgery in Oxford. Once he completed his specialty urological training, Mr Haldar became the Clinical Lead in laparoscopic urology at the Buckinghamshire NHS Trust. 

Mr Haldar is well published in most aspects of urology, with a current focus on researching Enhanced Recovery Surgery. Mr Haldar's main clinical specialties include bladder, prostate and kidney cancer. He is also an expert in minimal access surgery and in 2008 was one of the first UK surgeons to perform a single incision transperitoneal and extraperitoneal laproscopic nephrectomy.

More than 15 years of experience
• Consultant Urological Surgeon, Buckinghamshire NHS Trust (2005 - present)
• Consultant Urological Surgeon, The Chiltern Hospital (2005 - present)
• Consultant Urological Surgeon, The Shelburne Hospital (2005 - present)


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