DR. HIRENNAPPA B UDNUR
MBBS , DTCD , DNB ( Respiratory disease ) FCCP
14 Years of Experience
REGISTRATION: KMC 65473
Worked as senior resident in the Department of Pulmonology and Critical Care, Mediciti Hospitals, a 120 bedded Multispeciality Hospital, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh from September 2006 to June 2008.
Worked as Non PG Registrar in Department of Pulmonology, Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Cochin, Kerala from May 2006 to September 2006.
Worked as Junior resident in Department of Pulmonology, SDSTB & Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Chest diseases (RGICD), Bangalore medical college, Bangalore from May 2004-April 2006.
Awards and Recognitions
Topper in physiology–Dr Rani kanaka Memorial Award during First phase MBBS.
Second prize at BRONCOCON 2006 bronchoscopy quiz programme held at Chennai.
First prize in spirometry interpretation, state level CME held at Coimbatore.
Second prize in Chest Radiology quiz, at NAPCON 2007, Chandigarh.
Part of RRNI and coinvestigator in following ongoing studies studies
APRISE- Antibiotic Prescribing practices and prevalence of antibiotic Resistance in various Intensive care units across multiple centrEs in India
EMBARC INDIA (The European Multicenter Bronchiectasis Audit and Research Collaboration in INDIA)
Involved in International Clinical Trials on Asthma as Principal Investigator
Research & Publications
Case Report: Chest wall abscess caused by Nocardia asteroids. S Sreeja, Hirennappa B Udnur , MP Shiju J NTR Univ Health. Sci 2013, 2:133 (21 May 2013)
Case Report: Imaging diagnosis of isolated proximal interruption of the right pulmonary artery in a patient presenting with respiratory complications following travel to a high-altitude region. Manjunath Kataveeranahally Shekar , Hudnur Hirennappa B , Madhukumar Sengenahally Basavaraja BJR|case reports 2 (1) pp: 20150071 (2016)
Letter to editor: A case of tics presenting as chronic intractable cough successfully treated with tetrabenazine Deepak G. Pawar and Hirennappa B. Udnur
Indian J Psychiatry. 2015 Jan-Mar; 57(1): 101–102.
Case Report: HRCT diagnosis of combined pulmonary fibrosis and emphysema in a patient of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease with pulmonary hypertension and clinical or radiograph suspicion of pulmonary fibrosis Manjunath Kataveeranahally Shekar , Hirennappa B Udnur BJR|case reports