Vikash Gupta, Md

Vikash Gupta, Md

Student Intern at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 

Work History

Work History

Neurologic Perspective

Figure

she thought might be due to facial injury. Examination of his tongue revealed bilateral tongue bite(Figure). His neurological examination including cutaneous sensation and the electroencephalogram both were normal. Citation: Gupta SN, Gupta VS. Bilateral Tongue Bite during Epileptic Seizure: Nomenclature and Mechanism. Austin J Neurol Disord Epilepsy. 2014; 1(1): 2. Prevalence of Developmental Delay in Children with Attention-Deficit /Hyperactivity Disorder

Authors

Nov 2014 - Present

Authors

Neuro Open Journal:, MD Abstract We report a rare case of angioedema in an adolescent female with multiple problems, seizures migraines, peudotumor cerebrii, supraventricular tachycardia, and obesity. Manage-ment of drug therapy in such patients presents a clinical challenge. We discuss a single drug solution particularly in those patients in whom the memory of side effects of the drug is a vivid reality. Citation: Gupta SN, Gupta VS. Angioedema Caused by Carbamazepine or Aceta-zolamide: A Single Drug Solution-An illustrative Case Report. Neuro Open J. 2014; 1(1): 20-22. Late onset Neonatal Herpes Encephalitis: A case-based CNS complication and neurologic outcome

Authors

Oct 2014 - Present

Manager

Austin Journal of Neurological Disorders and Epilepsy:, MD Abstract The prevalence of developmental delay in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is unknown. Without knowing the child's developmental status, a realistic management goal cannot be achieved. The purpose of this study was to test the hypothesis in child neurology setting that children with ADHD are likely to have developmental delay. It is important so that the children with ADHD should have a comprehensive management rather than merely focusing on the central nervous system stimulant therapy. A retrospective chart review of a single referral-based child neurology practice of children with ADHD and developmental delay was undertaken. Of 200 children with ADHD identified retrospectively, 191(95. 5%) children had developmental delay and 7(3.5%) had normal developmental. In 2 children developmental status was unknown. With the limits of a retrospective study, we report a high prevalence of developmental delay in children with ADHD and highlight its neurologic implications. Future study should confirm the results prospectively in control fashion. Citation: Gupta SN and Gupta VS. Prevalence of Developmental Delay in Children with Attention-Deficit /Hyperactivity Disorder: Neurologic Perspective. Austin J Neurol Disord Epilepsy. 2014; 1(1): 4. Acute Polyneuropathy in Children with Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia: Case Report and Systemic Review of the Literature

Authors

Sep 2014 - Present

Authors

Austin Journal of Neurological Disorders and Epilepsy:, MD Abstract Unilateral tongue bite is a well known phenomenon during an epileptic event. This may occur in the absence of a demonstrable cerebral lesion. We report the first case of bilateral tongue bite during seizure in a patient with left parietal arteriovenous malformation. We discuss its significance, nomenclature, and mechanism. A 15-year-old male with the diagnosis of the left parietal arteriovenous malformation presented with new onset partial seizure with secondary generalization. His mother reported blood on his face which

MD

Feb 2015 - Present

Manager

Open Access Library Journal Authors:, Abstract Individual neurological complication caused by Herpes simplex viruses in neonates is well-known. We report neonatal Herpes encephalitis that caused multiple neurological complications in the same patient during acute phase of illness. Our patient differs from previously reported cases in the following ways 1) Late onset neonatal presentation; 2) Development of multiple neurologic complications during acyclovir therapy; 3) Cesarean-section did not prevent perinatal transmis-sion of Herpes simplex virus; and 4) Our patient's acute hydrocephalus was managed conserva-tively and he had no reoccurrence of seizure, hydrocephalus, and no motor deficits. A high degree of suspicion, timely needed supportive medical and surgical care, and prompt initiation of intra-venous acyclovir offer the best chance for neurological outcome in neonates with Herpes encepha-litis. Citation: Gupta, S.N., Gupta, V. S. and Borad, N.(2015) Late Onset Neonatal Herpes Encephalitis: A Case-Based CNS Complication and Neurological Outcome. Open Access Library Journal, 2: e1280. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/oalib.1101280 Spectrum of complicated migraine in children: A common profile in aid to clinical diagnosis.

MD

Feb 2015 - Present

MD

Authors:, Abstract Complicated migraine encompasses several individual clinical syndromesofmigraine. Such a syndrome in children frequently presents with various neurological symptoms in the Emergency Department. An acute presentation in the absence of headache presents a diagnostic challenge. A delay in diagnosis and treatment may have medicolegal implication. To date, there are no reports of a common clinical profile proposed in making a clinical diagnosis for the complicated migraine. In this clinical review, we propose and Page3 describe:(1) A common clinical profile in aid to clinical diagnosis for spectrum of complicated migraine; How it can be used in differentiating complicated migraine from migraine without aura, migraine with aura, and seizure;(3) We discuss the status of complicated migraine in the International Headache Society classification 2013; and(4) In addition, a common treatment strategy for the spectrum of migraine has been described. To diagnose complicated migraine clinically, it is imperative to adhere with the proposed

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

May 2015 - Present

Graduate Intern

Graduate Intern at (7 months) Research Internship; coding articles, review and synthesis for a SystematicReview At the Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Atlanta GA Dr.

WellStar Health System

Mar 2015 - Mar 2015

Medical Officer

Brook Belay MPH, Medical Officer Phone: 770.488.5237 Email: bbelay@cdc.gov Medical Student at (1 month) Colorectal Surgery Elective Clerkship Preceptor: Dr. Harry A. Liberman, MD Evaluated and assessed patients with diseases requiring surgical intervention Observed laparoscopic and robotic colorectal surgeries, as well as minor colorectal procedures Prepared presentations on colonic diseases to present to the preceptor and other medical students Medical Student at WellStar Health System

General Surgery Core Clerkship Preceptor: Dr.

Dec 2014 - Feb 2015

General Surgery Core Clerkship Preceptor: Dr.

3 months) Harry A. Liberman, MD Evaluated and assessed patients with diseases requiring surgical intervention Observed laparoscopic and robotic colorectal surgeries, as well as minor colorectal procedures Prepared presentations on colonic diseases to present to the preceptor and other medical students Medical Student at

Emory Healthcare

Oct 2014 - Oct 2014

Emory Healthcare

1 month) Page5 Internal Medicine Elective Clerkship Preceptor: Dr. Syed T. Rahman, MD Obtained comprehensive patient histories and performed problem focused physical examinations Presented patients to the preceptor and other medical students Evaluated lab results to explain to patients Prepared presentations to present to the preceptor and other medical students Medical Student at

Internal Medicine Core Clerkship Preceptor: Dr.

Jun 2014 - Sep 2014

Internal Medicine Core Clerkship Preceptor: Dr.

4 months) Syed T. Rahman, MD Obtained comprehensive patient histories and performed problem focused physical examinations Presented patients to the preceptor and other medical students Evaluated lab results to explain to patients Prepared presentations to present to the preceptor and other medical students Medical Student at

Otis S. Powell Jr., MD

Mar 2014 - May 2014

Otis S. Powell Jr., MD

3 months) Obtained comprehensive patient

Contact Info.