Dr. Manu Varshney, Anaesthesia Specialist

Dr. Manu Varshney

Associate Consultant


Dr. Manu Varshney is a leading name when it comes to speciality e.g. in anaesthesia treatment in India. He has been widely acknowledged for his versatile and patient-centric approach.


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    MBBS, DA & DNB


    • Presently working as a Associate Consultant in Anaesthesiology Department at BLK-Max Super Speciality Hospital, New Delhi

    Previous Experience:

    • Associate Consultant - Artemis Health Institute, Gurgaon, Haryana
    • Sr. Resident - Lok Nayak Hospital, Guru Nanak Eye Centre & Sushruta Trauma Centre, New Delhi
    • Jr. Resident - Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi
    • Jr. Resident - Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital, New Delhi


    • Won First Prize for Maulana Azad Medical College in ISA Delhi Chapter quiz in Apr 2007
    • Was Awarded Employee of the Quarter Award at Artemis Health Institute


    • AHA Certified ACLS Instructor
    • Faculty for training delegates at conference workshop in AIRWAY 2010 & AIRWAY 2012
    • Have got various indexed national & International publications including three research works 


    • Life Member of Indian Society of Anaesthesiologists 
    • Delhi Medical Council
    • Haryana Medical Council


    1. First Postoperative Analgesia and Patient Satisfaction following Inguinal Herniorrhaphy under three different anesthetic techniques: A comparative Study. IJP Jan 2008; Vol 22(1): 31-34.
    2. Letter to Editor: Nasotracheal Tube- Lost & Found. IJA 2008; 52(1): 98-99
    3. Anesthetic management of a pediatric patient with congenital insensitivity to pain. Pediatric Anesthesia, 2009, 19: 541–553.
    4. Difference in Depth of Insertion of Endotracheal Tube: Midline vs. Right Angle of Mouth Fixation. Anaesthesia, 2009, 64: 383–386.
    5. Pulmonary edema following topical phenylephrine administration in a child anaesthetised for cataract extraction. Pediatric Anesthesia, 2009, 19: 181-182.
    6. A successfully managed case of Brittle Bone Disease and associated abnormalities. Internet Journal of Anesthesiology 2009; 22 (1).
    7. “Appropriate Depth of Placement of oral endotracheal tube & its possible determinants in Indian adult patients”. IJA 2011;55(5): 488-93.