Dr. Deepak Gupta

Dr. Deepak Gupta

Sr. Consultant
Internal Medicine & Infectious Diseases

Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute

26+ years of Experience
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Dr. Deepak Gupta

Work Experience: 26+ years

  • Dr. Deepak Gupta is a Sr. Consultant in Internal Medicine at Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute, Paschim Vihar, New Delhi and has 26+ years of experience in this field.
  • Senior Resident - Department of Medicine 1998-2001
  • Fellow in Non Invasive Cardiology - Escorts Heart institute and research centre Delhi 2001-2002
  • Consultant; Department of Medicine - M GS Hospital, Delhi 2002-2004

Education & Training

  • MBBS: University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi 1988-1993
  • MD (Internal Medicine): Maulana Azad Medical College Delhi 1994-1997 

Research & Publication

  • Thesis title “ Changing pattern of typhoid fever and evaluation of high dose vsconventional dose of ciprofloxacin ” submitted to Delhi University.


  • MK Daga, K Prabhash, D gupta, S Krishna Prakash. Changing Clinical Pattern and Effects of Ciprofloxacin on carrier Rate in Typhoid Fever. JIMI. Vol 3, No 4,Dec2000
  • D Gupta, M Gaiha, MK Daga et al. Chronic Myeloid Leukemia Presenting with Avascular Necrosis of Femur Head. JAPI. Vol 51 Feb 2003
  • D Gupta M Gaiha, R Mahajan . Atypical Presentation of Sheehan syndrome without postpartum haemorrhage. JAPI. Vol 49, March 2001
  • Co-authored Current role of Sulphonylurea in Diabetes Mellitus. Medicine update APICON 2013
  • Co-authored Metabolically obese normal weight Medicine update APICON 2015
  • Insulin Glargine – Beaten by Evidence, or Just Bitten by Calculations A Perspective—is under consideration for publication
  • Cardiovascular risk factor evaluation in diabetic patients-original research articleis under consideration for publication 


  • Association of physician of india
  • Research society for study of diabetes in india
  • Indian academy of echocardiography
  • Member Executive committee RSSDI 2014

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