SPECIALIST • Vascular Surgery • General Surgery LANGUAGES SPOKEN • English • Hindi • Bengali GENERAL MEDICAL COUNCIL GMC Number: 4637316 CLINICAL INTERESTS • Endovascular repair of aortic aneurysm • Peripheral angioplasty or open bypass surgery for claudication and critical limb Ischaemia (rest pain, ulcers, gangrene) • Diabetic limb salvage/infection- he runs one stop weekly Multidisciplinary Diabetic foot clinic at Stephanie Mark’s Diabetic center at St Peter’s and Ashford hospital TREATMENTS/PROCEDURES • Carotid endarterectomy for TIA/ Stroke • Endovascular aortic aneurysm repair (EVAR) • Femoro-popliteal bypass surgery • Angioplasty/bypass operation for mesenteric ischaemia • Varicose veins treatment (VNUS, Foam Sclerotherapy) • Epigastric hernia repair • Femoral hernia repair • Hernia repair, inguinal (open) • Hernia repair, Para umbilical and umbilical PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP • Vascular Society of Great Britain & Ireland • British Society of Endovascular Therapy • Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow • Surrey Vascular Network Group • The British Medical Association PERSONAL STATEMENT Mr Barun Majumder graduated in 1988 from Calcutta National Medical College, India and trained as Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon in the West of Scotland. His special interest includes endovascular repair of aortic aneurysm especially using Intra Vascular Ultrasound (IVUS) in treating aneurysm and in peripheral angioplasty. He also gained a wide experience in open aortic, carotid, mesenteric ischaemia, lower limb reconstructive for claudication and critical limb ischaemia, minimally invasive vein treatment, diabetic limb salvage and redo vascular surgery. He also experienced in treating upper limb ischaemia and vasculitis disease. Mr Majumder has also a special interest in teaching and research. He also has a certificate in educational supervision and teaching. He is also attended the Royal college Training the trainer course. He is a tutor for basic surgical skills & MRCS course at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow (RCPSG). He also interview panelist for selection of core higher surgical trainee for Kent, Surrey and Sussex Deanery. Mr Majumder has in involve in various research project and audit since he was a trainee. He is well versed with research methodology both in Clinical and laboratory based molecular research. He was spent 18 months as a Surgical Research Fellow at Aberdeen University leading to MD. His has research results are published in peer review journals and presented his research and audit results at various regional, national and international meeting over the years. He has recently applied for grant from Welcome lab for ongoing research into new dressing technique for leg ulcer. He collaborate with local universities for his research projects His enjoys cooking and plays Classical/Flamenco Guitar and Mandolin. NHS secretary 01932 722170 Private secretary 07508 662676
I have seen Mr Majumder twice, once for an initial assessment of two ulcerated wounds, and then afterwards for feedback on blood test results. He has not rushed to intervene with treatment, preferring to let nature take its course if possible, and one wound healed itself between the first and second visit. During the second visit he carried out a biopsy on the remaining wound under local anaesthetic, which was fine until the local wore off some time later. Fortunately I had some pain relief tablets at home which kept the pain manageable, but it would have been helpful if the availability of pain relief had been addressed during the consultation.
my name is Doris,i was 90 in january and have had ulcers in one leg since September last giving me much pain. I am diebetic 2 and had the vein in that leg stripped some 25 years ago which i believe has contributed to the problem. After some treatment at west byfleet i was referred to Mr Majumder who was most considerate and attentive putting me on a treament regime which whilst painfull and requiring my leg to be raise above heart leval as much as possible (i also have a heart condition) has shown great improvement and hope in due course to have a vnus treatment to resolve th ulcer condition. I am so pleased to be under his care and have greate confidence that he will cure me of these awfull ulcers. I would also mention that his nurse at west byfleet who has treated me has shown great compassion and one could not have had better treatment. I feel so lucky to be under their care.
I saw Mr Majumder in st peters ,I would like others to have the benefit of meeting this very knowledgeable gentleman. He is approachable and gives huge reassurance I have had an ulcer for years and Mr Majumder advised the best treatment for this ulcer,My nurse at the health centre also really helps as she is very communicative with the vascular team I would highly recommend this specialist
Barun is a very personable, pleasant and knowledgeable consultant whose range helps him advise and support on vascular problems. As a result he is able to quickly diagnose the problem and help provide a solution. He is a five star professional and I would have no problem in recommending him to anyone and everyone. He may have a difficult name but he certainly isn't difficult in any other way.
It is hard not to run out of superlatives when describing Mr Majumders performance. i was admitted to St peters for repair of a previous aortic aneurism. the general opinion was that it was pretty well inoperable but Mr Majumder having carefully studied the scans decided that it was do-able although the risk of death was very high. I was moved to critical careprior to and after the operation. I cannot praise the care i received to highly from Mr Majumder and Mr Browning together with the large team of doctors surgeons and nurses who visited me frequently and always gave straight answerers to my questions i owe them all thanks for saving my life.
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