Rohan D'Souza
Rohan D’SouzaMD, MSc, MRCOG, FCPS, DNB, DGO, DFP
Assistant Professor
Maternal-Fetal Medicine

Contact Info

T. (416) 586-4800 Ext. 5127
F. (416) 586-8649

Location

Mount Sinai Hospital
700 University Avenue, Room 3-908
Toronto
ON, M5G 1Z5

Research Interests

Medical disorders in pregnancy, clinical decision analysis in pregnancy, controlled clinical trials, systematic reviews, clinical guidelines, observational studies and research methodology in obstetrics

Accepting

None

Dr. D'Souza is a Maternal and Fetal Medicine Physician at Mount Sinai Hospital with a special interest in medical disorders in pregnancy especially hypertensive, endocrine, autoimmune, metabolic, neurologic and placental disorders. 

He also has a interest in intrapartum fetal monitoring, instrumental vaginal delivery and caesarean section for non-medical indications. 

Publications and Awards

Recent Publications

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
Journal Articles

D’Souza R, Sermer M, Silversides S. Pregnancy in women with congenital heart disease. Obstetric Medicine. 2015 Mar. (epub ahead of print) Principal Author.
D’Souza R, Keating S, Walker M, Drewlo S, Kingdom, J. Unfractionated heparin and high-risk pregnancies: secondary analysis of a pilot randomized trial. Placenta. 2014 Oct;35(10):816-23. Principal Author.

Raghuraman RP, D’Souza R, Nathan P, Wang D, Manyonda IT, Antonios TF. Skin capillary density in infants born to normotensive mothers: a comparison between singleton and twin infants. Microcirculation. 2014 Jan;21(1):67-73. Coauthor or Collaborator.

D’Souza R. Caesarean section on maternal request for non-medical reasons: Putting the UK NICE guidelines in perspective. Best Practice & Research Clinical Obstetrics & Gynaecology. 2013 Apr;27:165-177. Principal Author.

Antonios T, Raghuraman R, D’Souza R, Nathan P, Wang D, Manyonda I. Capillary remodelling in infants born to hypertensive pregnancy: pilot study. Am J Hypertens. 2012 Aug;25(8):848-853. Coauthor or Collaborator.

D’Souza R, Raghuraman R, Nathan P, Manyonda I, Antonios T. Low birth weight babies do not have capillary rarefaction at birth: implications for early life influence on microcirculation. Hypertension. 2011 May;58(5):847-851. Principal Author.

Contro E, D’Souza R, Bhide A. Chronic intervillositis of the placenta: a systematic review. Placenta. 2010 Dec;31(12):1106-1110. Coauthor or Collaborator.
Napolitano R, Santo S, D’Souza R, Bhide A, Thilaganathan B. Sensitivity of the higher, lower and mean second trimester uterine artery Doppler resistance index in screening for pre-eclampsia. Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. 2010 May;36(5):573-576. Coauthor or Collaborator.

Editorials and Commentaries

D’Souza R, Shah Prakeshkumar. Predicting stillbirths – still a distant reality. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 2015 Jan (epub ahead of print)
Jobling R, D’Souza R, Baker N, Lara-Coralles I, Mendoza-Londono R, Dupuis L, Savarirayan R, Ala Kokko L, Kannu P. The Collagenopathies: Review of clinical phenotypes and molecular correlations. Current Rheumatology Reports. 2014 Jan;16(1):394. Coauthor or Collaborator.

D’Souza R, Arulkumaran S. To ‘C’, or not to ‘C’: Caesarean delivery upon maternal request – review of facts, figures and guidelines. J Perinat Med. 2013 Jan;41(1):5-15. Principal Author.

Short communications

D’Souza R, Gandhi S, Fortinsky K, Silverman M, Cohen-Lyons D, Czikk M, Malinowski A,Van Mieghem T. Calcium carbonate intoxication in pregnancy – the return of the milk-alkali syndrome. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of Canada. 2013 Nov;35(11):975-6. Principal Author.

Van Mieghem T, Whittle W, Farine D, Seaward G, D’Souza R. Motor Vehicle Accidents in Pregnancy: Implications and Management. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of Canada. 2013 Apr;35(4):303-4. Senior Responsible Author.

Raghuraman R, D’Souza R, Nathan P, Manyonda I, Antonios T. Capillary remodeling in infants born to hypertensive pregnancy: novel concepts of early life microcirculation. J Human Hypertension. 2012 Oct;26(10):629-30.

NON-PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
Book Chapters

D’Souza R. Communication: Confidentiality, breaking bad news and obtaining consent. In: Arulkumaran, Regan, Papageorghiou, Monga, Farquarharson, editor(s). Oxford Desk Reference: Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Oxford University Press; 2011. p. 11-17. Principal Author.

D’Souza R. Legal framework for care in obstetrics and gynaecology. In: Arulkumaran, Regan, Papageorghiou, Monga, Farquarharson, editor(s). Oxford Desk Reference: Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Oxford University Press; 2011. p. 19-27. Principal Author.

D’Souza R, Arulkumaran S. Recurrent miscarriage. In: Arulkumaran, Regan, Papageorghiou, Monga, Farquarharson, editor(s). Oxford Desk Reference: Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Oxford University Press; 2011. p. 589-592. Principal Author.

D’Souza R, Arulkumaran S. Intrapartum interventions. In: Devabhaktuni & Sinha, editor(s). Obstetrics & Gynaecology Update. Paras; 2011. p. 117-148.

D’Souza R, Arulkumaran S. Intrapartum fetal monitoring. In: Arulkumaran, Arjun, Penna, editor(s). The Management of Labour. 3rd ed. Universities Press; 2011. p. 85-111. Principal Author.

D’Souza R, Nama V, Arulkumaran S. Uterine contractions. In: Arulkumaran, Arjun, Penna, editor(s). The Management of Labour. 3rd ed. Universities Press; 2011. p. 112-125. Principal Author.

D’Souza R, Arulkumaran S. The management of Intrapartum fetal distress. In: Arulkumaran, Arjun, Penna, editor(s). The Management of Labour. 3rd ed. Universities Press; 2011. p. 126-137. Principal Author.

D’Souza R, Arulkumaran S. Intrapartum fetal surveillance. In: Warren & Arulkumaran, editor(s). Best practice in labour. Cambridge; 2010. p. 38-53.

D’Souza R. Development and congenital abnormalities of the gastrointestinal tract. In: Thilaganathan and Fiander, editor(s). MRCOG Part 1 Revision Guide. 1st ed. RCOG Press; 2010. p. 177-184. Principal Author.

D’Souza R. Development of the heart and fetal circulation. In: Thilaganathan and Fiander, editor(s). MRCOG Part 1 Revision Guide. 1st ed. RCOG Press; 2010. p. 185-199. Principal Author.

 

 

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