Department of Surgery
School of Medicine Queen's University
 

Dr Sunil Patel

Dr Sunil Patel Colorectal SurgeonUniversity Position:
Assistant Professor

Current Appointment:
Attending Staff, Hotel Dieu Hospital
Attending Staff, Kingston General Hospital

Areas of Clinical Interest:
Colorectal cancers, Crohn's Disease, Hemorrhoids, Colitis, Fistulas

Areas of Research Interest:




Contact Information:
Department of Surgery
Division of General Surgery
Burr 2
Kingston General Hospital
76 Stuart Street
Kingston, ON    K7L 2V7
Tel. (613) 549-6666 ext 7995
Fax. (613) 548-2500

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Fellowship:
• 2014-2015 Colorectal Surgery Fellowship: Weill Cornell Medical Center/Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY

Residency:
• 2009-2014 General Surgery Residency Western University, London, Ontario

Medical School:
• 2005-2009 Western University, London, Ontario

Masters Degree:
• 2011-2012 MSc Epidemiology, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK
• 2004-2006 MESc Biochemical Engineering, Western University, London, Ontario


Selected Publications:

Patel SV, Nelson RL, Vedula SS, Steele S, Paskar D. Closure Method for Laparotomy Incisions. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. (In Process)

Guend H, Patel SV, Nash GM. Abdominal metastases from colorectal cancer: intraperitoneal therapy. Journal of Gastrointestinal Oncology. 2015 (Ahead of Print)

Patel SV, Van Koughnett JA, Howe B, Wexner S. “Spin” is common in studies assessing robotic colorectal surgery. An assessment of reporting and interpretation of study results. Diseases of the Colon & Rectum. 2015: Sep;58(9):878-84. doi: 10.1097

Patel SV, Patel SVB, Brackstone M. Emergency surgery for colorectal cancer does not result in nodal understaging, compared with elective surgery. Canadian Journal of Surgery. 2014 57(5): 349 – 353.

Patel SV, Kidane B, Parry N. A systematic review and meta-analysis of the efficacy of red blood cell transfusion in the trauma population. Injury. 2014 45(10): 1522 – 1533.

Patel SV, Chadi SA, Choi J, Colquhoun PHD. The use of “Spin” in laparoscopic lower GI surgical trials with non-significant results: An assessment of reporting and interpretation of the primary outcomes. Diseases of the Colon & Rectum. 2013 Dec; 56(12): 1388-94.

Patel SV, Coughlin SC, Malthaner RA. High Concentration oxygen and surgical site infections in abdominal surgery: A meta-analysis. The Canadian Journal of Surgery. 2013. 56(4): E82-90.

Patel SV, Patel SVB, Ramagopalan SV, Ott MC. Laparoscopic surgery for Crohn’s Disease: A meta-analysis of perioperative complications and long term outcomes. BMC Surgery 2013. 13:14 doi:10.1186/1471-2482-13-14.

Klingel ML, Patel SV. A meta-analysis of the effect of inspired oxygen concentration on the incidence of surgical site infection following cesarean section. Int J Obstet Anesth. 2013; 22, 104-112.

Handel AE, Patel SV, Skinsgley A, Bramley K, Ramagopalan SV. Weekend Admission as an independent predictor of mortality: an analysis of Scottish hospital admissions. BMJ Open 2012;2:e001789 doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2012-001789

Handel AE, Patel SV, Pakpoor J, Ebers GC, Goldacre B, Ramagopalan SV. High reprint orders in medical journals and pharmaceutical industry funding: a case control study.  The British Medical Journal 2012;344:e4212


Presentations:

Patel SV, Howe B, Wexner SD, Van Koughnett JA. Robotic Colorectal Surgery: How Honest are the Authors’ Conclusions? An Assessment of Reporting and Interpretation of the Primary Outcomes. Podium Presentation Canadian Surgical Forum, Quebec City, QC, September 2015

Patel SV, Van Koughnett JA, Howe B, Wexner S. “Spin” is common in studies assessing robotic colorectal surgery. An assessment of reporting and interpretation of study results. Podium Presentation The American Society of Colon and Rectum Surgeons Annual Meeting, Boston MA, June 2015

Patel SV, Pappou M, Sonoda T. Industry payments to faculty surgeons as a potential conflict of interest in colorectal surgery programs: Assessment of payments identified through the Physicians Financial Transparency Reports (SUNSHINE ACT). Poster Presentation The American Society of Colon and Rectum Surgeons Annual Meeting, Boston MA, June 2015

Patel SV, Patel SVB, Brackstone M. Emergency surgery for colorectal cancer is associated with increased rate of recurrence, compared with elective surgery. Poster Presentation at the Canadian Surgical Forum, Ottawa, September 2013.

Patel SVB, Patel SV Brackstone M. Emergency surgery for colorectal cancer does not result in nodal understaging, compared with elective surgery. Poster Presentation at the Canadian Surgical Forum, Ottawa, September 2013.

Patel SV, Choi J, Chadi AS, Colquhoun PHD. Laparoscopic Lower GI Surgical Trials with Non-Significant Results: An Assessment of Reporting and Interpretation of the Primary Outcomes. Podium Presentation The American Society of Colon and Rectum Surgeons Annual Meeting, Phoenix AZ, April 2013

Patel SV, Kidane B, Parry N. A systematic review and meta-analysis of the efficacy of red blood cell transfusion in the trauma population. Poster Presentation Trauma Association of Canada annual meeting, Whistler BC, April 2013

Patel SV, Coughlin SC, Malthaner RA. High Concentration oxygen and surgical site infections in abdominal surgery: A meta-analysis. Poster Presentation European Colorectal Congress, St. Gallen Switzerland, November 2011


Updated Oct 2, 2015