Achievements of Dr.
P. C Negi Prof and Head Department of Cardiology;
of Cardiology in IGMC;
of Care in CVD in HP;
Established web enhanced multicenter HP ACS
Registry since 2011 linking govt. and Private
sectors hospitals to generate information
to identify the barriers in delivering quality
care and making recommendations to Department
of health and family planning Govt. of HP.
Established Sustainable NCD risk Surveillance
in District Kinnaur being implemented by District
Health department since 2014. To monitor and
evaluateNCD control programme.
Member of Expert panel of ICMR PRC for technical
review of Research projects in the field of
Appointed as Academic Coordinator of IGMC
Appointed as Chairman of Research Council
Successfully completed Public health leadership
and Professional development Programme of
one year course from Emory University Atlanta
Funded by NIH in May 2014 selected through
rigors process of selection conducted by Public
Health foundation Of India.
As a Principle Investigator designed and developed
research Project on; Epidemiological study
of chronic mountain sickness in natives of
Spiti in greater Himalayas; Funded by DRDO
Ministry of Defense GOI. Completed in Dec.
a. Published paper on epidemiological study
of CMS in natives of Spiti in High Altitude
Medicine and Biology 2014
b. Accepted for Publication in High altitude
Medicine and Biology a paper on epidemiological
study of HAPH in natives of Spiti.
c. Invited to present paper on epidemiological
study of CMS in natives of Spiti I International
symposium on "Lung at high altitude organized
by CSIR New Delhi and International society
on Mountain Medicine and was appreciated by
stalwarts in the field of High altitude medicine.
the P.I. of study of " Feasibility and utility
of high risk and population based approach
for prevention and control of CV Risk utilizing
the services of Primary health care in Mashobra
Block" Funded by ICMR completed successfully
Validation of Questionnaire based screening
tool administered by parents, trained health
workers and medical officers in randomly selected
school children. Funded by NRHM; completed
in 2014. ( paper being prepared for publication>)
- As the Site PI for
randomized cluster Intervention trial for prevention
and control of Hypertension and other CV risk
factors through lifestyle intervention using
Anganwadi workers as the center for knowledge
dissemination Coordinated by CCDC New Delhi
and Funded by ICMR
Guided more than 50 MD and DM Thesis since
papers in 4 International and about 15 in
to deliver lecture on Epidemiological tends
of RF/RHD in International Congress of Cardiology
BITS 2in shanghai (China) on December 2010
publications in last 5 Years)
PC, Kaul U, Dev V, Bahl VK, Bajaj R. Arrhythmias
& conduction defects in patients with Mitral
valve prolapsed. A study based on ambulatory
ECG monitoring & EPS, JAPI Vol. No.40(6):367-70,1992.
RS, Kaul U, Sanghvi S, Kamlakar T, Negi PC,
Shrivastava S, Rajani M, Venugopal P, Wasir
HS. Thrombolytic therapy for prosthetic valve
thrombosis. A study on serial Doppler Echocardiographic
evaluation. American Heart Journal Vol. 123
(6), 1575-80, June 1992.
DK, Negi PC, Patial RK, Bansal SK To compare
the anti - ischemic effect of IS - 5Mn, Diltiazem
and Metoprolol in patients of ischemic heart
disease Indian Heart J. 1995 Sep-Oct;47(5):485-8.
- J S
Thakur, P C Negi, S K Ahluwalia, and N K Vaidya
"Epidemiological survey of rheumatic heart disease
among school children in the Shimla hills of
northern India, prevalence & risk factors".
Journal of epidemiology & community health Vol.
JS, Negi PC, Ahluwalia SK, Sharma R. Integrated
community based screening for cardiovascular
diseases of the childhood. World Health Forum
Vol. 18(1):24-27, 1997.
P, Patial RK, Negi PC, Marwaha R. Oral Tidalafil
in pulmonary arterial hypertension: A prospective
study. Indian Heart Journal Vol. 59 (4): 329-335,
- P C
Negi, Rajeev Bhardwaj, Arvind Kandoria, Sanjeev
Asotra, Neeraj Ganju,Rajeev Merwaha, Rajesh
Sharma, Anubhav Kanwar. "Epidemiological Study
of Hypertension in Natives of Spiti Valley in
Himalayas and Impact of Hypobaric hypoxia";
Cross sectional study. JAPI; J Vol. 60: 21-25.
NJ, Huffman MD, Jeemon P, Gupta R, Negi P, et
al. (2013) Association between Gender, Process
of Care Measures, and Outcomes in ACS in India:
Results from the Detection and Management of
Coronary Heart Disease (DEMAT) Registry. PLoS
ONE 8(4): e62061. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0062061.
Chand Negi, Anubhav Kanwar, Renu Chauhan, Sanjeev
Asotra, Jarnail Singh Thakur& Ashok Kumar Bhardwaj
Epidemiological trends of RF/RHD in school children
of Shimla in north India. Indian J Med Res 137,
June 2013, pp 1121-1127.
Chand Negi, Sanjeev Asotra, Ravi Kumar V, Rajeev
Merwaha, Arvind Kandoria, Neeraj Kumar Ganju,
Rajesh Sharma, and Rajeev Bhardwaj. Epidemiological
Study of Chronic Mountain Sickness in Natives
of Spiti Valley in the Greater Himalayas. High
Altitude Medicine & Biology. September 2013,
14(3): 220-229. doi:10.1089/ham.2012.1127. Volume:
14 Issue 3: September 25, 201.
Madaik, Prakash C Negi, Anita Padam, Urmil Gupta;
Subclinical Systolic Dysfunction among newly
diagnosed hypertensives with preserved left
ventricular ejection fraction using two dimensional
strain imaging method: Hospital based observational
study. National Journal Of Medical Research.
Volume 4, Issue1. Jan-March 2014, P 27-32.
Rajeev Bhardwaj was invited to present Challenging
Cases in Transcatheter based interventions
at TCT San Francisco California Sept 2013.
P C Negi was selected for one Year Course
on PH Leadership and Professional development
in Rollins School of Public Health Emory University
Atlanta Georgia USA. In May 2013 to April
P C Negi was invited to Deliver Lecture on
Time trends of RF/RHD in 2nd BITs International
congress on Cardiology in Dec. 2010 in Shangai
Dr. P.C. Negi is in the expert panel for Project
review committee of ICMR New Delhi on Cardio
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