Dr. Manash saha

Dr. Manash Saha

Interventional Radiology

About Dr. Manash Saha

Dr. Manash Saha is a renowned Interventional Radiologist with exceptional management skills in the field of both Vascular & Non-Vascular mainly peripheral interventions. He has more than two decades of experience in the field of interventional radiology comprising gastrointestinal, nephro, oncology, neuro, peripheral vascular, and respiratory disease with a special interest in venous diseases providing possibly the widest range of services in this field. He earned his MD from Barkatullah University in Bhopal after finishing his medical studies at Ravi Shankar University in Raipur. The National Board of Examinations awarded Dr. Manash Saha a DNB and he obtained The Fellowship in Endovascular Neurosurgery s from Fujita Health University in Nagoya, Japan.

Dr. Saha has been associated with multiple corporate hospitals in India since the start of his career in 2001 starting with neuro intervention (The first one to start in Eastern India) at the National Neuroscience Center in Kolkata as an Interventional Neuroradiologist. He joined Apollo Gleneagles Hospital, Kolkata in the year 2003 and later moved to Global Hospitals, Hyderabad as an Interventional Radiologist. Returning to Kolkata Dr. Saha, put himself to the service of patients where his expertise in interventional radiology put them back to normal life. There are many firsts in his credit in the Eastern part of India in this field.

Dr. Saha holds several key positions as a Consultant, Interventional Radiologist at Woodlands Medical Center, Kolkata; as Clinical Director of Dept. of Imaging & Interventional Radiology at Peerless Hospital, Kolkata followed by Director & HOD of Dept. of Imaging & Interventional Radiology, AMRI Hospitals, Mukundapur, Kolkata. Dr. Saha is currently attached to Apollo Hospital Kolkata since 2018, as a Senior Consultant of a separate dedicated facility for Interventional services providing nearly full range 24×7, a rather unique concept and the first of its kind in Eastern India, leading Dept. Of Vascular & Nonvascular Intervention.

According to Dr. Saha In the past ten years, the discipline of neuro intervention has seen significant evolution. In the treatment of ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke, neurointerventionists are starting to play an increasingly important role. To provide the best results for the patients, neurointerventionists must collaborate with neurosurgery, neurology, and neuroradiology.