Personal Details
Doctor Name : Dr. V. Arunpandiyan

Education :

MBBS – Stanley medical college, Chennai – 2010 

DNB ANAESTHESIOLOGY – Meenakshi mission hospital and research centre, Madurai – 2014  

IDCCM (Indian diploma in critical care medicine) – Apollo hospitals, Chennai – 2016  

CCIDC (Critical care infectious disease e-course) – ISCCM – 2017  

Fellowship in echocardiography – IMACGP – 2017  

Certificate course in diabetology – IMACGP – 2021   


Dr. V. Arunpandiyan is an expert anaesthesiologist and a passionate Intensivist. He has developed expertise in working with all different types of anaesthesia and has a special interest in ultrasound guided regional blocks. Dr. Arunpandiyan is a skilled intensivist who strives his best for the meaningful recovery of critically ill patients. He manages the operation theatre complex which includes three operating rooms and 14 bedded intensive care unit.  

Dr. Arunpandiyan is an exceptional teacher. He believes that teaching leads to mutual learning. He has keen research interest in the fields of anaesthesiology and intensive care and has published in these areas. Dr. Arunpandiyan is a member of professional organisations such as Indian society of anaesthesiologists, Indian society of critical care medicine, Indian medical association and IMA college of general practitioners.  

Areas of Interest

  1. Point of care echocardiography and ultrasound. 
  2. Ultrasound guided regional blocks.
  3. Acute respiratory distress syndrome ventilation.
  4. Infectious diseases. 
  5. Handling perioperative care for ASA 3 & 4 patients.


  1. A Rare Etiology for Injection Related Gluteal Abscess Arunpandiyan Veerpandiyan, MBBS, DNB1 , Balaji Subramanian Srinivasa Sekaran, MBBS2, Haji Mohammed Rahamathullah, MD 1 and Aravindhan
  2. A study on comparison between ultrasound guided technique and peripheral nerve stimulator guided technique in performing brachial plexus block (supraclavicular approach) for upper limb surgeries. 
  3. Comparison of lowdose bupivacaine with fentanyl and bupivacaine alone for spinal anaesthesia for lower limb surgeries.