Dr. Devender Singh is a practising General Surgeon and a Vascular Surgeon with an experience of 25 years.
He pursued his MBBS in the year 1996 from Government Medical College , Bellary. He completed his DNB in the year 2002 from Nizam Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad. He has also done his FNB in the year 2003 from St. Marys Hospital (London). He has also done his MS in the year 2001 from University of Delhi.
Dr. Devender Singh is an experienced, skilled and awarded doctor in his field of specialization. Devender Singh has been awarded with A Lasting Legacy: Rudolph Matas the Father of Vascular Surgery. Indian journal of vascular and endovascular surgery, Management for Carotid Body Tumors: A Single Center Experience .Indian journal of vascular and endovascular surgery, Subungal Glomus Tumor: Rare but Real. Indian journal of vascular and endovascular surgery, Vascular surgery: Time for recognition, Express healthcare management, Jun, Vascular Surgeon: need of the hour, JK Practitioner, Vascular access: a lifeline. Thoughts on the situation in India : Editorial, in journal of vascular access AprilJun, Management for Carotid Body Tumors: A Single Center Experience .Indian journal of vascular and endovascular surger, Management of carotid body tumours – our experience, European journal of interactive cardiovascular surger, Lpa levels in vascular surgery. NIMS Proceeding, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome: Presentation and Management, Indian journal of Surgery, Ma, Status of vascular surgery in India. NIMS Proceedings Ja, Ruptured pseudo aneurysm of the Gluteal artery: a case report NIMS Proceedings Ja, Rudolf Mata: Father of vascular surgery Indian Journal of Surger, Problems & controversies in patients undergoing AV Fistula for hemodialysis. Blood Purification, Ma, Paraganglioma of the vagus nerve mimicking as a carotid body tumour ; journal of vascular surger, Optimum vascular access in diabetic population: a lesson learnt Blood Purification, Ma, My experience in St. Mary’s hospital, London, published in proceedings of vascular surger, MRSA infection in vascular surgery NIMS Proceeding, Giant mycotic aneurysm of the vertebral artery: a case report. Journal of Vascular Surgery, Aug issu, Endovascular treatment of aortic aneurysms NIMS Proceeding, Diabetic foot: its time to share the burden, accepted for calicut medical journal, Arterial complications in Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. Surgical Practice, Ma, A Lasting Legacy: Rudolph Matas, the Father of Vascular Surgery. Indian journal of vascular and endovascular surger.
He worked at Nizams Institute of Medical Sciences from 2001 to 2005, from 2005 to 2006 with St. Marys Hospital (London) and from 2005 to 2006 at St. Marys Hospital London.