Amy Grace Rapsang
Amy Grace Rapsang,MD
Consultant Anesthesiologist of Anesthesia and Critical Care

Nazareth Hospital, Shillong, India


2002 MBBS, Lady Hardinge Medical College, Delhi University
2008 MD (Anesthesiology),  Safdarjang Hospital, Delhi University



Amy Grace Rapsang, MD, is a Consultant Anesthesiologist and Intensivist and a member of the Indian Society of Anesthesiologists and the Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine.

In 2002, DrRapsang completed her Medical School and graduated from one of the prestigious institutes of India - Lady Hardinge Medical College, Delhi University. She then obtained her degree in Anesthesiology in April 2008 from one of the biggest multi-speciality hospital in India - Safdarjang Hospital, Delhi University. Since then, she has worked as an Anesthesiologist in various government medical institutes and private hospitals; and as an Assistant Professor in Anesthesiology and Critical Care, JIPMER, India – an institute of national importance, under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. She has also worked in a trauma center in Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, New Delhi, India. She has written many national and international papers, including a book on Anesthetic management of pacemaker and ICD patients.


Research Interest

  1. Pain management – acute and chronic
  2. Traumatology
  3. GI surgery and anesthetic management
  4. Regional anesthesia


Professional Activities:


  1. Worked as an Anesthesiologist in various institutes and private hospitals – JIPMER –assistant professor (Pondicherry), Safdarjang Hospital (New Delhi), Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital (New Delhi), North Eastern Indira Gandhi Research Institute of Health and Medical Sciences (NEIGRIHMS) (Shillong), Bethany Hospital (Shillong),Woodland Hospital (Shillong), India.
  2. Worked in Trauma Center, Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital (New Delhi), India.
  3. Worked in pain clinic in Safdarjang Hospital, New Delhi India, (thebiggest multi-specialtyhospitalinIndia, withafull-fledgedpain clinic), for treatingpatientswithdifferenttypes of pain, withoralmedicationsaswellas interventional procedures (C-arm, fluoroscopy andCTguidedblocks.)
  4. Treatingchronicpainusinglaserforacu-laser therapy.
  5. Worked inNorth Eastern Indira Gandhi Research Institute of Health and Medical Sciences (NEIGRIHMS) - acenterof excellence inthe country.



  1. Rapsang AG. Evaluation of the efficacy of intra-operative Celiac Plexus Block on post-operative analgesia, stress response, gut motility and pulmonary function in upper abdominal surgery: a double-blind randomized study. Anesthesia and Analgesia:Current Research and Practice.2014, 3:4. Doi:10.4172/2324-903X.1000129.
  2. Rapsang AG, Shyam DC. Blood sugar in the Intensive Care Unit- time for a relook – South African Journal of Analgesia and Anesthesia, 2014;20(4):1-5.
  3. Rapsang AG. Chapter on “Pediatric Analgesia” for the Indian Academy of Pediatrics, Meghalaya Chapter, India, 2013.
  4. Rapsang AG, Bhattacharyya P. Scrub typhus. Indian Journal of  Anesthesia 2013 Mar;57(2):127-34
  5. Rapsang AG, Bhattacharyya P. Pacemakers and Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators – General and Anesthetic considerations. Brazilian Journal of Anesthesiology(English Edition), 2014;64 (1): 205-211.
  6. Rapsang AG,Shyam DC. Scoring systems in traumatology – A compendium. Cirugia Espanola – Spanish Journal of Surgery. Doi10.1016/j.ciresp.2013.12.021. Pubmed.
  7. Rapsang AG, Shyam DC. Scoring systems in the Intensive Care Unit – A compendium. Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine 2014; 18(4): 220-228.
  8. Shyam DC, Rapsang AG. Fournier's gangrene. Surgeon 2013 Aug 8;11(4):222-32.
  9. Prakash S, Rapsang AG, Mahajan S, Bhattacharjee S, Singh R, Gogia AR. Comparative evaluation of the sniffing position with simple head extension for laryngoscopic view and intubation difficulty in adults undergoing elective surgery. Anesthesiology and Research Practice2011 article 297913. Oct 29.
  10. Pramod Gupta, Amy Grace. Neostigmine as an adjunct to Bupivacaine, for caudal block in burned children, undergoing skin grafting of the lower extremities.  AnestesiaPediatrica e Neonatale, Vol. 9, N. 1, Settembre-Ottobre 2011.
  11. Prakash S, Rapsang A, Kumar SS , Bhatia PS, Gogia AR. Postoperative hypertension following radical neck dissection JAnaesthesiology and Clinical Pharmacology. 2012 Jan-Mar; 28(1): 121–123.
  12. Shyam DC, Rapsang AG. Inguinal hernias in patients of 50 years and above. Pattern and outcome. Rev Col Bras Cir- Brazilian Journal of Surgery 2013 Oct;40(5):374-9.
  13. Karim HR, Mitra JK, Bhattacharyya P, Rapsang AG. Unusual presentation of acute pulmonary edema in severe preeclamptic patient during cesarean section: a case report. JEMDS 2012; 1(6):1032-35.


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