About Our Authors

Dear User, we are proud to present you our contributing authors, Dr. Roychowdhury and Antony E. John, the brain and soul of our little project. On this page, we will give you a few noteworthy facts about the people who created this resource, and dedicate hours of their time to keeping it updated, relevant and useful for the readers.

Manidipta Roychowdhury

Urology Doctor at Institute of Urology

Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

Experience

Institute of Urology

Feb 2014 – Present

Urologist, Laparoscopic Treatment,

Urology Hospital India

Education

M.Ch.Field Of StudyUrology

University of Mumbai

Skills & Special Training

Healthcare

Laparoscopic surgery

Dr. Roychowdhury is a well-established specialist in urology. The urologist is the doctor specialized in urology, the medical-surgical branch dedicated to the health of the urinary tract and the male genital system.

Dr. Roychowdhury has the following skills: he knows in detail the anatomy and physiology of the kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra; has a thorough knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of testes, epididymes, vas deferens, seminal vesicles, prostate and penis; finally, it knows how to recognize and treat pathologies affecting the urinary system (urinary incontinence, kidney cancer, etc.) and the male genital system (testicular cancer, erectile dysfunction, etc.).

Dr. Roychowdhury is a surgeon specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the human urinary system (without distinction of sex) and of the organs of the male genital system.

Urology is the medical-surgical branch dedicated to the study of the health of the urinary system of men and women, and of the male genital system. Dr. Roychowdhury dedicated himself to studying the anatomy and physiology of the kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra, i.e. the organs and structures of the human body responsible for the production and elimination of urine (urination). He also is trianed and experienced in diagnosing and treatment of testes, epididymes, vas deferens, seminal vesicles, prostate and penis, i.e. organs and structures which, in man, are responsible for reproduction, the diseases affecting the human urinary tract and the male genital tract, and the pathophysiological mechanisms that underlie these conditions.

Dr. Roychowdhury uses contemporary methods of investigation applied for the diagnosis of disorders that can affect the urinary tract or male reproductive tract and is skilled in choosing the correct therapies to be adopted in the presence of a pathology of the urinary tract or male genital system, as well as prevention of dysfunctions that may affect the urinary tract or male genital tract.

Furthermore, Dr. Roychowdhury is in possession of the necessary preparation to perform certain diagnostic tests (e.g. digital rectal exploration of the prostate in humans; kidney biopsy; bladder biopsy) and to carry out specific surgical and therapeutic interventions (e.g. removal of a tumor) than non-therapeutic (e.g. vasectomy).

Dr. Roychowdhury is a family man and a father of three. He is a passionate reader and an active member of several libraries in his hometown, where he supports the initiatives of the municipality to promote love for books in the younger generations. In his free time, Dr. Roychowdhury enjoys traveling, hiking and riding his Yeti Cycles SB130 mountain bike.

Antony Eyob John

Urology staff nurse techenician
at Rajagiri Hospital

Experience

Jul 2015 – Present:

Emergency Medical Technician, M.O.H.Kuwait.

Oct 2014 – Jul 2015:

Urology staff nurse techenician, Rajagiri hospital

Education

G.H.S.S Mulanthuruthy, Cochin, Kerala

BRITE College Of Nursing, Bengaluru

Skills & Special Training

Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support

Nursing

It was Florence Nightingale suggested that "assistance is an art": a perhaps trivial phrase, but with the meaning that is deep and intense. According to our co-author Antony Eyob John, taking care of people, their weaknesses and their frailties is notonly a paid job, but a task that requires selfless and visceral devotion and a great respect for life.

Choosing to go to work between wards and hospital rooms has been and still is an endless adventure for Antony. Wearing uniform, sterile shoes, identification tags, caps and sterile gloves; studying social sciences, history, the evolution of medicine.

The nursing job is based on studying empathy, the strength of active listening and behavioral patterns; medical stuff prepare themselves to deal delicately with any eventual situation not only with respect to pathological realities, but also with any other form of discomfort and difficulty.

Being a nurse means being there for everyone in the moment of their need, whenever health is concerned. Antony believes that healthcare should be free and accessible for everyone – this is why he joined us in spreading the awareness and helping Roychowdhury in his research work and publishing educational materials for patients on the Web.

Antony’s hobbies are computer games, sports activities, vegan lifestyle, going out in the company of his friends, many of whom are his co-workers at the hospital, and much more. He lives alone but aspires to create a family and have no less than two children one day.