Abish Kharmacharya

Dr Abish Kharmacharya

M.B.B.S, MD ( General Surgery), Fellowship in Minimally Invasive/Robotic Urology

Assistant Professor

  • M.B.B.S (Chittagong Medical College)
  • M.D (Kathmandu University)
  • Fellowship in Urology (Tan Tock Seng Hospital- Singapore)
  • MRCS (2017)
  • Clinical Skills IV
  • Clinical Skills V
  • Systems & Disease II, III and IV 

Academic Expertise


Kathmandu University Medical School (Dhulikhel Hospital , Nepal)2011-2014 

Assistant Professor In Department of Surgery 


  • Taking Lectures, Tutorials. Small-group Discussion, Case presentations, Clinical classes of Surgery to undergraduate and postgraduate students (MBBS, MS General surgery) 
  • Curriculum planning’Correcting answer sheets and evaluating results 
  • Conducting internal assessment examination 
  • CME and journal clubs 

 Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore 2018 

Clinical Fellow in the Department of Urology 


  • Taking Small Group Discussion, Case discussion, Teaching Basics of Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery for Medical Students of Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine. 
  • Being Involved in CME Journal club, Mortality and morbidity meeting, Radiopathological meeting, tumour board 

 Kathmandu Medical College, Nepal 2019 

Assistant professor Department of Urology 


  • Taking Lectures, Tutorials. Small-group Discussion, Case presentations, Clinical classes of Surgery to undergraduate and postgraduate students (MBBS, MS General surgery) 
  • Curriculum planning’Correcting answer sheets and evaluating results 
  • Conducting internal assessment examination 
  • CME and journal clubs 

 Medical University of Americas 2020 

Assistant Professor  


  • CS IV Course director 
  • Taking Lectures and Clinical skills Lab for CS IV, CS V, S&D II, S&D III, S&D IV  

Clinical Expertise

Clinical experience:

  • Om Hospital, Nepal: Medical Officer in Department of Surgery: 2006-2008 
  • College of Medical Sciences ( Kathmandu University, Nepal): Residency in general Surgery :((2008-2011) 
  • Kathmandu University Medical School (Dhulikhel Hospital), Nepal: Consultant and Assistant professor of the Department of Surgery( 2011-2014) 
  • Indira Gandhi Memorial Hospital, Maldives: Consultant of Surgery (2014-2017) 
  • Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore: Clinical  Fellow in Minimally invasive and Robotic Urology, Department of Urology ( 2017-2018) 
  • Kathmandu Medical College: Consultant and Assistant Professor of Department of Urology(2019)


  • Advanced Laparoscopic surgery training (Royal College of Surgeon Edinburg 2013)
  • Endoluminal, Laparoscopic Training in Urology (2013) Prosper Hospital, Recklinghausen, Germany
  • Professional Affair and Clinical Education( PACE) Hernia Programme 2017- Institute of Minimal Access, Metabolic and Bariatic Surgery Max Healthcare, New Delhi, India,
  • BCLS and ACLS Certification: Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore 2018
  • Teachers Training certification: Manipal Group of Medical School, Kathmandu, Nepa
  • Karmacharya A, Joshi HN, Rajbhandari M, karmacharya R. Comparision of symptoms after routine Double J stenting Versus non double J stenting following uncomplicated ureteroscopic lithotripsy(URSL) in Dhulikhel Hospital, Kathmandu University Hospital. Int J Health Sci Res 2014;4(3):116-20
  • Karmacharya A, Malla BR, Joshi HN, Gurung RB, Rajbhandari M. The predictive value of pre-operative symptoms including upper gastrointestinal endoscopy before Laparascopic cholecytectomy foe Elective Symptomatic Cholelithiasis. Kathmandu University Med J 2013;44(4):300-4. 3)
  • Singh J, Hamal D, karmacharya A. Comparision of caudal Ropivacine, Ropivacine + Ketamine and Ropivacine and Fentany adminstration for postoperative analgesia in children.J Nepal Paediatr Sos 2012;32(3):2010-5.
  • Rajbhandari M, Karmacharya A, Khanal K, Dhakal P, Shrestha R. Histomorphological Profile of Colonoscopic Biopsies and Pattern of Colorectal Carcinoma in Kavre District Kathmandu Univ Med J 2013;43(3):196-200.
  • Joshi HN, Makaju R, Karmacharya A, Karmacharya RM, Shrestha R et al. Urinary Bladder Carcinoma: Impact of smoking,Age and its clinico-pathological spectrum Kathmandu University Med J 2013;44:392-5. Case reports on: 1)Prostatic abscess a diagnostic dilemma.J Nepal Health Res Counc. 2010 Oct;8(2):120-3. 2)Strangulated sigmoid volvulus with severe hypothyroidism: A disastrous combination, our experience. JCMSN 2011; 7(1): 52-56 3) Rajbhandari M, Karmacharya A, Shrestha S. Pathological Diagnosis of peritoneal loose body J P N 2013;3:512-1

Case reports on:

  • Outcome of warm versus cold Ischemia time in partial nephrectomy
  • Outcome of Mini PCNL versus RIRS
  • Comparison of online medical education versus classroom Medical education
  • Paper presentation-XI International Conference (SSN)-Dec 2012- Assessing symptoms and complications after routine DJ stenting versus non DJ stenting following URSL
  • Paper presentation- VIIth SSN -Dec 2009-Two port Lap appendectomy Vs conventional appendectomy
  • Poster presentation-VIIth SSN -Dec 2009- Rare GIST involving Ileum
  • Video Presentation-A case of bladder diverticulum minimally invasive approach. Urofair 2018 , Singapore
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