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Narayana Prasad

Narayana Prasad

MBBS, MS, DNB (Ortho), MRCSEd, MSc(OrthEngg), FRCS (Tr&Orth)
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
Shoulder and Elbow specialist
Manchester and Cheshire

Mr. Narayana Prasad is a Consultant orthopaedic surgeon who specialises in Shoulder and elbow surgery with particular interest in arthroscopy, sports injury, shoulder and elbow replacement and management of fractures. Mr. Prasad works at BMI Alexandra hospital, Cheadle and BMI high field hospital Rochdale. Mr. Prasad’s NHS practice is based at Tame side NHS foundation Trust.

After obtaining his medical degree, Mr. Prasad completed a Masters degree in Trauma and orthopedics. He joined as a clinical research fellow at University hospital of Wales, Cardiff where he developed a keen research interest in shoulder and elbow replacement. Mr. Prasad completed basic and higher surgical training in trauma and orthopaedics under Wales training programme, UK.

Preceding his consultant appointment, Mr. Prasad was awarded a 6-month fellowship in Shoulder and Elbow surgery from the internationally reputed Sheffield shoulder and Elbow unit. Mr Prasad was subsequently selected for 6 month international fellowship in upper extremity reconstruction and sports surgery at the University of Manitoba, Canada, which he successfully completed. He was also awarded the BOA travelling fellowship to visit Centre Albert Trillat, Hospital de la Croix-Rousse, Lyon France.

Mr. Prasad also completed a Master of Science degree in orthopaedic engineering from Cardiff University. He continued his research interest during his career and has authored and presented numerous papers in National and international orthopaedic meetings. He also initiated and completed many service evaluation projects and audits during his career. He has over 20 publications in peer-reviewed journals and has also written book chapters in various orthopaedic text books. He is also a reviewer for orthopaedic journals.

Mr. Prasad has kept himself up to date to maintain his expertise and good clinical practice. He has been heavily involved in teaching and training. Mr. Prasad is passionate about his work and ensures that his patients always receive exceptionally high quality of care.

MBBS, Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery, 1998
D (ortho), Diploma in orthopaedics, 2000
MS , Master of science in Orthopaedics, 2001
DNB, Diplomate of National Board of Examinations in Orthopaedics, 2001
MRCSEd, Member Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh 2004
MSc, Master of Science in Orthopaedic Engineering, 2010
FRCS (Tr&Orth), Fellow of Royal College of surgeons, 2010

Postgraduate training in Surgery-in-General
Higher surgical training in Trauma and Orthopaedics- All Wales training programme
Fellowship in Shoulder and Elbow surgery 2014- Sheffield shoulder and elbow unit
Fellowship in upper extremity reconstruction and sports surgery, 2015- Pan Am clinic, Winnipeg, University of Manitoba, Canada.

Over 20 publications in peer reviewed journal
Written book chapters in text books
Reviewer for journals
Over 25 presentations in National and International meetings
Experience in leading audits, service evaluation and research projects

Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
Member, British Elbow and Shoulder society (BESS)
Member of British Medical Association (BMA)

Book Chapters:

1. Prasad N, Stanley D. The arthritic elbow, Chapter 228. Textbook of Orthopaedics and Trauma. 3rd edition, JAYPEE publishers.
2. Prasad N, MacDonald P. Arthroscopic ACL reconstruction using a medial portal technique, Chapter 6. Ligament injuries of the Knee, Nova publishers.

Original Articles

1. Prasad N, Elbow stiffness and its management. Symposium. KJonline.org 2016;29:25-31.
2. Prasad N, Ali AA, Stanley D. Total elbow arthroplasty in non-rheumatoid patients with fractures of the distal humerus: a minimum ten-year follow-up. Bone Joint J 2016;98-B:381–6.
3. Ramsingh V, Prasad N, Lewis M.Pretibial reaction to bio-interference screw in ACL reconstruction. Knee. 2014 Jan;21(1):91-4.
4. Marson B, Prasad N, Lewis M. Outcome of lateral unicompartmental knee replacement; A DGH experience. Eur J Orthop Surg Traumatol. 2014 Aug;24(6):987-91.
5. Prasad N, Paringe V, Kotwal R, Ghandour A, Morgan-Jones R. Two-stage revision for infected total knee arthroplasty: our experience with interval prosthesis. Eur J Orthop Surg Traumatol. 2014 Oct;24(7):1279-83.
6. Prasad N, Dent C. Outcome of total elbow replacement for rheumatoid arthritis; single surgeon series comparing Coonrad Morrey with Souter prosthesis. J Shoulder Elbow Surg 2010 Apr;19(3):376-83.
7. Prasad N, Murray JM. Post-operative Anaemia in Femoral Neck Fracture Patients: Does it Need Treatment? A single blinded prospective randomised controlled trial.
Injury 2009 Oct;40(10):1073-6.
8. Prasad N, Dent C. Outcome of total elbow replacement for distal humeral fractures in the elderly: a comparison of primary surgery and surgery after failed internal fixation or conservative treatment. J Bone Joint Surg Br. 2008 Mar;90(3):343-8.
9. Prasad N, Mullaji A. Blood loss in Total Knee Arthroplasty- An analysis of risk factors. Int Orthop 2007 Feb;31(1):39-44.
10. Prasad N, Sunderamoorthy D, Martin J, Murray JM. Secondary prevention of fragility fractures; are we following the guidelines? Ann R Coll Surg Engl 2006 Sep;88(5):470-4.
11. Prasad N, JM Murray, D Kumar, SG Davies. Insufficiency fracture of the Tibial plateau: an often-missed diagnosis. Acta Orthop Belg 2006;72(5):587-591.
12. Prasad N, Padmanabhan V, Mullaji A. Comparison between two methods of drain clamping after total knee arthroplasty. Arch Orthop Trauma Surg 2005 Jul;125(6):381-4.
13. Prasad N, Odumala A, Elias F, Jenkins T. Outcome of open rotator cuff repair; an analysis of risk factors. Acta Orthop Belg 2005; 71:662-666.

Case Reports:

14. Prasad N, Sanjay P, Evans PD, Davies SG, Price N. Joint asymmetry after closed reduction of traumatic dislocation of hip in childhood- a case report. Injury extra 2004; 35:23-26.
15. Sanjay P, Prasad N, Raman S, Kamal A. Posterior Dislocation of The Hip In A Child Following Trivial Trauma. Int J of Emer Med 2004; 1(2).
16. Prasad N, Low HL, Liu A, Simpson B. Worsening vertigo and unsteadiness in an adult. Postgrad Med J. 2006 Jan;82(963):e1, e2. (Self assessment)

Abstracts

1. R S Kotwal, N Prasad, R Morgan Jones. Single stage revision for infected total knee arthroplasty. British Association for Surgery of the Knee. J Bone Joint Surg Br Proceedings 10.1302. J Bone Joint Surg Br 2010 vol. 92-B no. Suppl III 409-410
2. N Prasad, R Morgan Jones. two stage revision for infected total knee arthroplasty- our experience. J Bone Joint Surg Br Proceedings 10.1302. J Bone Joint Surg Br 2010 vol. 92-B no. Suppl III 410
3. Prasad N et al. Does oral iron improves low post-operative Hb in elderly patients with fracture neck of femur? A prospective randomised controlled trial. Injury
4. Prasad N, Mullaji A et al. Factors affecting blood loss in total knee arthroplasty. J Bone Joint Surg(Br) proceedings, Mar 2006;88B:182.
5. Prasad N, Murray JM et al. Secondary prevention of fragility fractures; are we following the guidelines? J Bone Joint Surg(Br) Suppl 2005.
6. Prasad N, Murray JM et al. Secondary prevention of fragility fractures; abbreviated mental score- a useful clinical tool. Injury (In Press).
7. Prasad N et al. Blood management in total knee arthroplasty. Bombay Hosp J 2002; 44(4). (Bombay hospital journal- ISSN: 0524-0182).
8. Padmanabhan V, N Prasad et al. Quadriceps tendon rupture after total
knee arthroplasty. Bombay Hosp J 2002; 44 (4).

PAPERS PRESENTED

Podium Presentations:

1. Total elbow arthroplasty in non-rheumatoid patients with distal humerus fracture: A minimum 10-year follow up study.
N Prasad, D Stanley, BESS, Nottingham, June 2014
2. Early Results Of Lateral Unicompartmental Knee Replacements: A Comparison Of Fixed And Mobile Bearing Prosthesis.
N Prasad , B Marson, M,Lewis
ISAKOS,Toronto, May 2013
3. Early Experience With Visionaire Patient Matched Instrumentation In Total Knee Arthroplasty.
N Prasad , M Lewis
ISAKOS,Toronto,May 2013
4. Biomechanical study comparing LISS plate with supracondylar nail in supracondylar fractures of the femur.
N Prasad, C Topliss, I Pallister, S Evans
British trauma society, Newcastle May 2009.
5. Outcome of 2 stage revision for infected knee replacement: our experience with articulating spacers
N Prasad, R Morgan Jones
BASK, Edinburgh April 2009. American Knee society, Boston, Massachusetts, Oct 2009.
6. Single stage revision for infected TKA
R Kotwal, N Prasad, R Morgan-Jones
BASK, Edinburgh April 2009.
7. Outcome of total elbow replacement for distal humerus fractures in elderly; comparison of primary surgery with delayed surgery.
N Prasad, C Dent
BOA, Liverpool, Sept 2008.
8. Long term results of Souter-Strathclyde total elbow replacement for rheumatoid arthritis.
N Prasad, C Dent.
British Shoulder and Elbow meeting (BESS), Liverpool June 2008
BOA, Liverpool, Sept 2008.
9. Does oral iron improves low post-operative Hb in elderly patients with fracture neck of femur? A Prospective Randomised Controlled Trial.
N Prasad, JM Murray, D Hullin
British Trauma society meeting, Leeds, Oct 2006
10. Management of distal radius fractures in children – Do we need to change our practice?
S Srinivas, Prasad N
EFORT, Florence, Italy, May 2007
Welsh ortho registrars day, June 2007
11. Secondary prevention of fragility fractures: Are we following the guidelines? – Closing the audit loop.
N Prasad, D Sunderamoorthy, J Martin, JM Murray
British Orthopaedic Association (BOA) Annual Congress, Birmingham, Sept 2005 & EFORT, Lisbon, Portugal, June 2005
12. Factors Affecting Blood loss in Total knee Arthroplasty.
N Prasad, V Padmanabhan, A Mullaji
European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (EFORT), Lisbon, Portugal, June 2005.
13. Secondary prevention of fragility fractures: Abbreviated mental score a useful clinical tool.
N Prasad, D Sunderamoorthy, J Martin, JM Murray
British Trauma Society Meeting, Athens, Oct 2005
14. Outcome of rotator cuff tear surgery; an analysis of risk factors
N Prasad, A Odumala, T Jenkins
Welsh Orthopaedic society Meeting, May 2005.
15. Modified Bankart’s repair for unstable shoulder in athletes
N Prasad, A Mullaji
Western India Regional Orthopaedic Conference, Bombay, India, Jan 2002.
16. Dynamic condylar screw fixation for distal femur fractures
N Prasad, CM Kumaran, KR Mohanan
State conference of Kerala Orthopaedic Association, Palakkad, Kerala, India, Jan 2001.
17. Blood management in total knee arthroplasty
N Prasad, V Padmanabhan, A Mullaji
Bombay Hospital Research Society meeting at Mumbai, Jan 2002.

Poster Presentations

1. Missed dislocations of the elbow
N Prasad, D Stanley
BESS, Nottingham,June 2014
2. CT Rotational profie: A useful investigation tool in revision knee arthroplasty
N Prasad, A Ghandour
BASK, Norwich April 2014.
3. Pretibal Reaction To Bio-Interference Screw In ACL Reconstruction
N Prasad, V Ramsinge, M Lewis
ISAKOS, Toronto, May 2013; BASK, March 2013
4. Early Experience With Visionaire Patient Matched Instrumentation In Total Knee Arthroplasty.
N Prasad , M Lewis
BASK,Leeds ,March 2013
5. Outcome of posterior instability surgery.
B Jaber, N Prasad , C Hoddinot, M Pritchard
WOS, Llandudno, May 2013
6. Montage plating:a novel technique for internal fixation of low distal diaphyseal fractures of the humerus.
A Manoj-Thomas, N Prasad, K Mohanty
BOA Annual Congress, Manchester, Sept 2007.
7. Semi-constrained total elbow arthroplasty of complex distal humerus fractures in elderly – A long-term follow up study.
N Prasad, C Dent
British trauma society meeting, Leeds, Oct 2006
8. Adequacy of fracture reduction and screw placement in proximal femur fractures treated by Dynamic Hip Screw (DHS).
Prasad N, Palakal N
EFORT, Florence, Italy, May 2007.
9. Piggy Back plating for low distal diaphyseal fractures of Humerus.
N Prasad, AM Thomas, K Mohanty
European trauma Congress, Slovenia, May 2006
10. Delayed presentation of odontoid fracture as a case of dysphagia.
N Prasad, AM Thomas, S Ahuja
European trauma Congress, Slovenia, May 2006
11. Outcome of rotator cuff tear; does patient’s age and size of tear matter?
N Prasad, F Elias, A Odumala, T Jenkins
EFORT, Lisbon, Portugal, June 2005.
European Society for surgery of shoulder and Elbow, Rome, Sept 2005.
12. Comparisons between two methods of drain clamping after total knee arthroplasty.
N Prasad, V Padmanabhan, A Mullaji
EFORT, Lisbon, Portugal, June 2005.
13. Autologous blood transfusion in primary total knee replacement.
N Prasad, J Davies, D Pemberton
EFORT, Lisbon, Portugal, June 2005.
14. Insufficiency fractures of Tibial plateau; an often-missed diagnosis
N Prasad, JM Murray
Welsh Orthopaedic Society Meeting, May 2005.
15. Rare Presentation of Giant cell tumour.
N Prasad, G Itty
National Conference of Indian Orthopaedic Association, Hyderabad,
India, Dec 1999.