Mr Kanagasabai Sahadevan

Consultant Urological Surgeon

MBBS, MRCS, MD, FRCS UROL

"Spire provides a different perspective to patients and consultants in a positive way. I enjoy working at Spire!"


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I graduated from Mysore University in India, and trained in urology in the North East of England, which is one of the most prestigious training programmes in the UK. I currently see both men and women with a range of urological conditions (eg problems with urination, infection, stones, and incontinence), but also specialise in the management of cancer patients (prostate, kidney, bladder and penile) and male genital (sexual organ, andrology) problems. I am an expert in keyhole and robotic surgery, having undertaken specialist (fellowship) training in world-famous centres in Spain and USA. I am one of the few robotic prostatectomy surgeons in the North East and one of the hihg volume surgeons.

My interests are general urology, andrology including peyronies disease, cancer care including diagnostics and treatment.

I now have performed more than 600 robotic prostatectomies with excellent results and patient satisfaction. I pride myself on my holistic (looking at the patient as a whole) approach to patient care, by listening carefully to my patients, needs and expectations, rather than focusing solely on the medical diagnosis. I have a multi-disciplinary (ie involving other specialists) approach to the treatment of my patients, and enjoy working closely with my colleagues both in NHS and in the private sector.
More recently, I have undertaken more complex robotic procedures (eg ureterolysis, ureteric reimplantation).

I have been the educational lead, enhanced recovery champion and currently the cancer lead for urology in the NHS.

I hold an MD research degree in prostate cancer from the Northern Institute for Cancer Research at Newcastle University, and have published extensively in the field. I am an honorary Senior Lecturer and take an active part in teaching and urology research for Newcastle and Sunderland Universities.

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General Medical Council Number: C5199871

Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Kanagasabai Sahadevan at Spire include:

Urology

Other treatments

  • Transperineal biopsies of the prostate
  • PSA testing

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Additional information

Qualification and professional memberships

FRCS Urol / Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh / 2011
Specialsit urological qualification


Professional memberships

General Medical Council

Royal College of Surgeon of Edinburgh

British Association of Urological Surgeons

European Urological Association


Professional leadership

Urological Cancer lead, South Tyneside and Sunderland Hospital NHS Trust

Research and publications

  • Coffey K, Sahadevan K, et al. The lysine demethylase, KDM4B, is a key molecule in androgen receptor signalling and turnover. Nucleic Acids Res. 2013
  • Dominguez-Escrig JL, Sahadevan K, et al. Cryoablation for small renal masses. Adv Urol. 2008
  • Sahadevan K et al. Results of laparoscopic cryoablation in the treatment of small renal masses. Indian J Urol. 2011
  • Gao M, Sahadevan K. SPRY2 loss enhances ErbB trafficking and PI3K/AKT signalling to drive human and mouse prostate carcinogenesis. EMBO Mol Med. 2012


Articles

A milestone in robotic surgery

Current NHS posts

South Tyneside and Sunderland Hospital NHS Trust, Durham Treatment Center

Honorary Lecturer, Newcastle University

Personal profile

Spending tiem with my boys playing cricket is priceless. Cricket is my passion too. My Badminton skills are improving! Cycling is my newest hobby and enjoying the Northumberland countryside with family on foot and on bike.

Contact information

Telephone 0191 4188654
Private secretary telephone Owen Clark
Private secretary email owen.clark@nhs.net