Imperial College London

Professor Suveer Singh

Faculty of MedicineDepartment of Surgery & Cancer

Professor of Practice(Respiratory & Intensive Care Medicine)
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 3315 8472suveer.singh Website CV

 
 
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Location

 

David Erskine WardChelsea and Westminster HospitalChelsea and Westminster Campus

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Summary

 

Overview

Ventilator associated / Hospital Acquired pneumonia.

Early diagnostic markers:

VAP -VAPrapid 

INHALE and INHALE-C


Antibiotics stewardship:

10y profile of ICU antibiotic use Chelsea and Westminster Hospital


Burns Inhalation Injury:

12y review of BI patients outcomes at the London Burns centre


Bronchoscopy in Intensive Care:

COVID Bronchoscopy guidelines

RASECAL - RCT of safety and efficacy of a closed sampling system compared with standard sampling


ARDS- SARF FOLLOW UP"

Antibiotic decision making in ICU; A behavioural approach

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WHY STOP.

A behavioural approach to decision making about stopping antibiotics in ICU.

An Imperial College approved observational cohort study.

Part of a programme to understand factors influencing bias, noise, intuition and learned behaviours in clinician's decisions related to Antibiotic stewardship.


https://why-stop.wixsite.com/itu-decision-making 

Why STOP? Decision making in antibiotic use on ICU.


Guest Lectures

Seconds from Disaster: Management of airway haemorrhage during bronchoscopy, International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer (IASLC) - World Conference on Lung Cancer, RAI - Amsterdam, 2011

COPD - prognostic pessimism PRO-CON Debate vs Martin Wildman (CAOS study), British Thoracic Society Winter Meeting, QE2 Conference centre, London, 2008

Sepsis Care Bundle Pro Con debate with Dr Richard Beale, British Thoracic Society HDU Short Course, Guys and St Thomas' Hospital. London, 2007