MBBS University of Bombay, India

Fellow of the Royal College of Anesthetists(FRCA), London

Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training(CCST), UK


Rupasinghe M, Howell P, Reynolds F: Recognition and treatment of post-dural puncture headache. J Anaesthesia Intensive Care Med 5(8):273-274, 2004.

Fernando C, Rupasinghe M: Observational audit of intrathecal opioid induced pruritus during caesarean section. Sri Lankan J Anesth 14:72-74, 2006.

Samieh-Tucker A, Rupasinghe M: Anaesthetic management of a pregnant patient with acute generalised pustular psoriasis for caesarean section. Int J Obstet Anesth 16(4):375-378, 2007.

Rupasinghe M, Hollenbeck TC, Guzman-Reyes, Shetty MM, Giezentanner A, Cattano D, Pivalizza EG: Anticoagulant therapy for venous thromboembolism during pregnancy – implications for neuraxial analgesia/ anesthesia. J Thromb Haemost 11(4): 787, 2013.

Rupasinghe M, Osborne SC, Hemmad AR, Doyle. Determining Morphine Requirement Post Cesarean Section with and without TAP Block- A Retrospective Chart review. Int J Clin Anesthesiol 1(2):1012, 2013.

Madhumani Rupasinghe, Aseem R. Hemmad. Anesthetic Management of a Parturient With Diabetic Keto-Acidosis. IJAR Volume 13, Issue no 1:402, 2013.

Madhumani Rupasinghe, Tina Houseworth, Peter Doyle. Guidelines for Insertion of an Intrathecal/ Spinal Catheter Following Unintended Dural Puncture. APSF Newsletter Volume 28, No 3, 73: 2014.

Madhumani Rupasinghe, Natalie Wong, Peter Doyle. Determining the success rate of reactivation of existing continuous labor epidural catheters versus reactivation of combined spinal epidural catheters for postpartum tubal ligations. A retrospective pilot study. Int J Clin Anesthesiology. In press.