Qual: FCAI, EDAIC, EACVI, ECMO
Dr Amar Keiralla is a Consultant Cardiothoracic Anaesthetist at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust – a position he has been in since 2010. He was granted a CCT certificate of completion of training in anaesthetics from Leeds Deanary and RCOA Royal college of anaesthetists, London, in 2009 and was subsequently appointed as an attending cardiothoracic anaesthesiologist at the University of Michigan.
He also obtained a certificate of training in intensive care from the Royal college of anaesthetists London in 2010.
He is the cardiothoracic anaesthetics and intensive care fellowship programme director at the Oxford Heart Centre and is an examiner for the European Diploma of Anaesthetics and Intensive Care.
His professional interests are in anaesthetics for TAVI, mitral valve repair, aortic surgery including deep hypothermic circulatory arrest and anaesthetics for paediatric spine surgery. He has publications in the fields of: Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO), Cardiac, Thoracic Echocardiography and pain management.
Dr Keiralla’s hobbies include table tennis, football and cycling.
2006: FCAI, DUBLIN
2006: EDAIC, London
2009: EACVI European association of cardiovascular imaging TOE Transesophageal Echocardiography accreditation exam.
2009: CCT certificate of completion of training in anaesthetics programme, RCOA, London
2010: Certificate of training in intensive care, RCOA London
2012: PTE_EXAM Diplomate – Advanced peri operative Transesophageal Echocardiography National Board of echocardiography USA
2013: Post graduate certificate in ECMO, university of Leicester
2015: EACVI European association of cardiovascular imaging TOE Transesophageal Echocardiography re-accreditation exam.