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Ramesh K. Gadam

Ramesh K. Gadam, MD

Specializing in Hospitalist

Office Information

About Me

Special Interest

  • Weight management
  • Diabetes
  • Women's health

Experience

Education

2007 - Osmania Medical College, India, Medical School

Residency

2014 - University of Nevada School of Medicine, Las Vegas, Internal Medicine

Teaching or Professional Positions

  • Chief Resident

Professional Memberships

  • ACP
  • ISCD
  • SGIM

Honors, Awards, etc.

  • STAR award during residency for patient care
  • Winner National ACP 2012 research abstract competition
  • First author of Research article in Endocrine Practice 2013 “FRAX prediction without BMD for assessment of osteoporotic fracture risk”

Certifications

  • American Board of Internal Medicine

Medical Research & Clinical Trials

1/2012 to 4/2012, Desert Radiology, Las Vegas, Nevada Resident PGY2, Supervisor: Kenneth Izuora M.D, Assistant Professor, Endocrinology, UNSOM Study: FRAX as a predictor for osteoporosis - A cross sectional study on the accuracy of the FRAX tool without bone mineral density in predicting the fracture risk scores compared with the FRAX tool with bone mineral density

08/11 to 1/12 UMC, Las Vegas, Nevada Resident PGY2, Supervisor: Alan Greenberg M.D, Director of Epidemiology and Antibiotic Stewardship UMC, Las Vegas. Study: Can it wait until the morning? - A retrospective study on the utility of gram stain culture reporting during after hours

01/12 to 06/13 UMC, Las Vegas, Nevada Resident PGY3, Supervisor : Alan Greenberg M.D, Director of Epidemiology and Antibiotic Stewardship UMC, Las Vegas. Study: To Treat Or Not To Treat? Can Pro-calcitonin Differentiate Between Bacterial Colonization And Bacterial Infection? – A prospective study on the clinical importance of pro-calcitonin to differentiate between bacterial colonization and bacterial infection in patients with chronically placed foley and tracheostomy.

USMLE Scores: Step 1-99; Step 2- 99 and Step 3-82

Abstract Publications/ Presentations:

Gadam.R, Schlauch.K, Izuora.K. “ FRAX Prediction Without BMD For Assessment Of Osteoporotic Fracture Risk” has been accepted for publication in Endocrine Practice in 02/2013.

Gadam.R, Smith.S, Leuthner.K, Greenberg.A. “To Treat Or Not To Treat? Can Pro-calcitonin Differentiate Between Bacterial Colonization And Bacterial Infection?” – A prospective study on the clinical importance of pro-calcitonin to differentiate between bacterial colonization and bacterial infection in patients with chronically placed foley and tracheostomy. To be presented at AACE (American Association Of Clinical Endocrinologists) annual meeting 2013.Abstract to be published in AACE Annual Meeting Syllabus 2013.

Cerruti.M, Gadam.R, Radhakrishnan.G, Kowles.S. “Flesh Eating Disease Of The Breast”- To be presented at the annual SGIM (Society Of General internal Medicine) meeting 2013, abstract to be published in the supplement to 2013 Journal of General Internal Medicine.

Gadam.R, Parizhar.F, Greenberg. A. “Can it wait until the morning?”- A retrospective study on the utility of gram stain culture reporting during after hours, was presented on the podium at National ACP( American College Of Physicians) 2012, New Orleans, LA. Has been published in the ACP Annual Meeting Syllabus 2012.

Gadam.R, Izuora.K. ”FRAX as a predictor for osteoporosis”- Presented at AACE (American Association Of Clinical Endocrinologists) annual meeting 2012. Has been published in AACE Annual Meeting Syllabus 2012.

Jayaraj.M, Kottey.J, Adepu.J, Gadam.R, Izuora.K. “Lipemic serum and elevated lipase”- Abstract publication in national ACP syllabus 2011, presented at national ACP 2011, San Diego, CA.

Poster Presentations:

1. Gadam.R, Bilodeau.L. ”GIST the fall guy”- presented at Resident research day 2011, UMC, Las Vegas, NV

2. Adepu.J, Gadam.R. ”Adult onset Still’s disease”- Resident research day 2011, UMC, Las Vegas, NV

Presentations in Residency Program:

1. Journal club: “Living and Dying with COPD”, a qualitative analysis, UMC, Las Vegas

2. Morning report: “T.B and other cavitary lesions”, UMC, Las Vegas

3. ”Adrenal Insufficiency”: Howard University Hospital, Washington D.C.


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