Mahantesh Karoshi is Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at the Barnet Hospital of Royal Free NHS Foundation Trust, London. He has authored more than 15 scientific journal articles. He is the co-editor of four stand-alone textbooks in the field of Obstetrics & Gynaecology.
His areas of expertise in Gynaecology are, heavy menstrual bleeding, subfertility, hormone replacement therapy (HRT) issues, chronic vaginal discharge, genital prolapse, well woman’s health check, polycystic ovarian disease (PCOS), ovarian cysts, fibroids, endometriosis, adenomyosis, uterine polyps, Bartholin’s cysts, heavy periods, vaginal atrophy, pelvic pain, preconceptional counselling and advanced laparoscopic surgery & hysteroscopic surgery
He works along with team of professionals both in the NHS and Private sector to provide the best possible clinical outcomes to his patients. He takes his patients through a journey and works along with them, so that; the best outcome is achieved with their understanding and participation in their unique clinical situation. Each consultation is based on patients’ bothersome symptoms or concerns, or problems identified through their general practitioner.
He has worked with renowned colleagues such as Sir. Prof Arulkumaran, Professor Louis Keith and Professor B-Lynch, bound together by a common theme of educating the health professionals in the underprivileged areas. This has been possible through his work on postpartum haemorrhage.
Karoshi’s most important contribution to the field being taking the editor’s role as a Registrar working along with Professors B-Lynch and Louis Keith to publish the first stand-alone textbook on Postpartum Haemorrhage. Knowing how important this book will play its role worldwide, HRH Princess Anne launched it in London in 2006.
In 2010, Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists, London awarded him the prestigious Bernhard Baron Travelling Fellowship. This gave him the opportunity to work in University of Buenos Aires on the advanced surgical management of morbidly adherent placental disorders. A serious condition that can happen in women with multiple caesarean deliveries.
His Textbook of Obesity and Pregnancy won the Highly Commended Award from British Medical Association Book Awards (2009)
In 2012, his Textbook of Preconceptional Medicine & Counselling was launched in Rome and is freely available to download with the spirit that, knowledge improvement should have free access.
The European Academy of Gynaecological Surgery, Leuven, Belgium, has awarded Karoshi with Gynaecological Endoscopist Certificate.
Previously (2001-2005), Karoshi has worked as Clinical Research Fellow in Reproductive Medicine and Fertility Unit where he gained expertise in follicular tracking, ovulation induction, formulating management plans and intrauterine inseminations.
Karoshi joined Barnet Hospital in 2010 as a Consultant and has worked virtually in every aspect of Obstetrics & Gynaecology.
In 2007, Karoshi worked as Volunteer Obstetrician to work in Ethiopia’s Gimbie Adventist Hospital where he covered all aspects of Obstetric and Gynaecological emergencies working with limited resources without affecting patient outcomes.
In 2004, Karoshi was selected, as a Research associate to work at Northwestern University’s Multiple Births Foundation, Chicago, USA to work along with Prof. Louis Keith.
Presently, Karoshi has a taken up a role as a College Tutor to guide, influence and plan curriculum of specialist trainees in the chosen field of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Karoshi’s Consulting clinics are held in Harley Street at The London Breast Clinic@108 Medical Chambers, Barnet Hospital, BMI Kings Oak as well as 215 Great Portland Street, London.
When his patients require a procedure, he works and educates patients, so that they understand their unique health condition. He believes in to create a relationship of openness and trust between doctor and patient. His day-to-day clinical practices are underpinned by good patient education, create an unhurried environment and to agree upon realistic expectations.
One of Karoshi’s passions include integrating and harmonising new technologies to optimise patient outcomes and works relentlessly along with associate professionals such as IT engineers, biomedical scientists and publishers.
Karoshi is an avid runner and a believer in vegetarianism. He practices meditation for relaxation and to build internal energy and develop compassion and patience.
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