Medical Reviewer

Dr Utsav Sahu (Consultant Physician and Diabetologist, Delhi)

Dr Utsav is a passionate and hardworking Physician and Diabetologist in Delhi, India. He is an MD (Medicine), MBBS(Gold Medalist) and has a Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Endocrinology and Diabetes from the Royal College of Physicians, London, UK. He has extensive work experience at AIIMS, St. Stephen's, Hindu Rao and Sant Parmanand Hospital and presently working as a Consultant Physician at Pentamed Hospital. He also practices at Dr Utsav Clinic in Civil Lines, Delhi. He is a diligent and disciplined medical professional with good knowledge of medical diagnostics and he is completely dedicated to patient care.


  • MBBS (Gold Medalist), MD (Medicine), PGD in Clinical Endocrinology & Diabetes (RCP, London)


  • Post Graduate Course in Advanced Diabetes, Joslin Diabetes, Harvard Medical School, USA, (2022)
  • Optimized Rationale for Basal Insulin Therapy (ORBIT), John Hopkins University School of Medicine, USA, (2021)
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Endocrinology & Diabetes, Royal College of Physicians, London, UK, (2018)
  • Advanced Certificate course in Diabetes, Cleveland Clinic, USA, (2017)
  • Certificate course in Management of Diabetes Mellitus, Cardiff University, UK, (2016)


  • Life Member of Association of Physicians of India
  • Life Member of India Medical Association

Professional accomplishments:

    • Best oral paper presentation in National Conference of Clinical Medicine at Kota in 2013
    • Best Resident Award during MD
    • Gold medalist in MBBS


    • Sahu U. Milk-Alkali Syndrome: A Century-old Cause of Hypercalcemia Requires the Addition of Venous Blood Gas in Hypercalcemia Workup. J Assoc Physicians India 2023 September; 71(9):104–105.
    • Mehta M, Sahu U. Real-world Effectiveness of Digital Therapeutics in Improving Sleep Quality in People with Diabetes and Hypertension. Chellaram Diabetes Institute Fitterfly I 2023 May.
    • Sahu. U. Recurrent NSAID’s induced Hypoglycemia in a Nondiabetic patient. Indian Journal of Clinical Practice I 2023 January; 33(08): 21-22
    • Sahu. U. Pheochromocytoma: The Great Masquerader. Indian Journal of Clinical Practice I 2022 April; 32(11): 32-34
    • Sahu. U. Diabetes Therapy by the Ear via this Health Promoting Attitude called Salutogenesis. Asian Journal of Diabetology I 2022 January-March; 1: 39-40