Diptesh Aryal

ICU Coordinator at Nepal Mediciti Hospita

Diptesh completed his Clinical Fellowship in Critical Care at the University of Toronto Interdepartmental Division of Critical Care and St. Michael’s Hospital. Currently, he is working as ICU Coordinator at Nepal Mediciti Hospital. Diptesh has done some significant work in the field of critical care research in Nepal to improve critical care education, the quality of patient care and to develop research projects and infrastructure in order to build an understanding of critical care needs and establish Nepal as an important contributor to research within the global critical care community.

To achieve these goals, Diptesh, along with his colleagues has established the Nepal Intensive Care Research Foundation, which in collaboration with Mahidol Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit (MORU) and CRITICAL CARE ASIA has implemented a hospital-based ICU Registry in Nepal. Diptesh is the National Coordinator for Nepal ICU Registry.

Diptesh has been awarded an Honorary Physician position in Critical Care at the Mahidol-Oxford Tropical Medicine Research Unit in Thailand.

Diptesh is working as Principal Investigator for REMAP-CAP Trial in Nepal. The trial has been embedded in the new ICU registry platform and currently is being conducted in four ICUs in Kathmandu, Nepal. He is a member of the anticoagulation domain working group of REMAP-CAP and REMAP-CAP CCA Regional Coordination Committee.ip

Lectures by Diptesh Aryal

Readmission to ICU: Clinical Implications

A review

Critical Care Medicine / Post-ICU