Dr. Subhash Gupta is the Liver Transplant Surgeon at Max Healthcare, Delhi. The Chief of Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary surgeon and the Director of the Center of Liver and Biliary Sciences at Max Hospitals in Delhi is accredited for his exceptional work in liver transplantation field all over the world. Best liver transplant surgeon in Delhi has completed his undergraduate degree and Masters in General surgery from All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi. Dr. Gupta did a specialization in surgical gastroenterology in the year 1989. Briefly after completing his specialization, this talented surgeon and Best Liver Transplant Surgery Specialist in Delhi moved to England to work and train under Dr. Paul McMaster in the Liver unit at the Queen Elizabeth. Dr Subhash Gupta underwent Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and of Glasgow while practicing in the UK. Fill up the free consultation form to Consult Dr Subhash Gupta Max Saket via Email Address.
After returning to India, Liver transplant Specialist at Max Healthcare in Delhi was honoured with the position of Professorship in Surgery from Apollo Health Education and Research Foundation and he pioneered the development of Living Donor Liver Transplant (LDLT) in India. In 2013, Liver transplant specialist in India was widely recognized for successfully conducting 300 Living Donor Liver Transplant at Centre for Liver and Biliary Sciences situated at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi. Dr. Gupta and his team have also helped other Centres within India and abroad to set up liver transplantation in the year 2013. Best liver transplant surgeon in India was honoured for excellence in clinical medicine and received other prestigious awards for his focused interest and contribution to the medical field. Best liver transplant surgeon in the world has also contributed to different aspects of living donor liver transplantation such as liver transplantation without hepatitis B immunoglobulin prophylaxis and appropriate CMV prophylaxis. Get in touch with us to Book Appointment with Dr Subhash Gupta Contact Number given on the website.
- MBBS from All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, 1986
- MS (General Surgery) from All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, 1990
- FRCS, Glasgow, 1994
- FRCSE, Edinburgh, 1994
- Hair Transplantation
- Correction of Male Breast
- Tummy Tuck
- Breast Reduction / Lift
- Plastic Surgery
Liver Transplant Surgeon
Dr. Subhash Gupta’s Association with Max Healthcare, Delhi
At the Max Centre for Liver and Biliary Sciences, Saket, New Delhi, we have established liver transplantation in South Asia with a team of 200 members having 20 years of experience and 2000+ transplants. The Max Centre for Liver and Biliary Sciences at Max Super Specialty Hospital, Saket is the new destination for Living Related Liver Transplants wherein our team ensures round the clock care and best in class post-surgery follow-up. We provide our patients with the highest standard of patient safety during and post-surgery. Get in touch with us to contact the best liver transplant surgeon in India.
- Chief Consultant, Liver Transplantation, Max Superspecialty Hospital, Saket, New Delhi, 2016- Present
- Chief Consultant, Liver Transplantation, Artemis Hospital, Gurgaon
- Consultant, Department of Liver Transplantation, Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi, 2006- 2016
- Consultant, Surgical Gastroenterology & Liver Transplantation, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi, 1998- 2006
- Senior Clinical Fellow, Liver Transplantation, St. James’s University Hospital, Leeds, 1995- 1998
- Queen’s Elizabeth Medical Centre, Birmingham, 1993- 1995
- All India Institute of Medical Sciences, 1981- 1993
- Member of the British Transplant Society
- Indian Society of Organ Transplantation
Awards and Recognitions
- The first auxiliary partial orthotopic liver transplant for a child with fulminant hepatic failure.
- Pioneered in the development of Living Donor Liver Transplant (LDLT) in India
- The first living related liver transplant for a HIV patient with hepatitis B induced liver failure on HARRT therapy.
- Published over 30 papers on different aspects of Living Donor liver transplant in indexed journals
- The successful transplant of an international patient from across the border with fulminant hepatic failure.
- Honoured with the position of Professorship in Surgery from Apollo Health Education and Research Foundation
- The development of middle vein clamp test to determine extent of anterior sector congestion. This test eliminates the need for complex computer model and contributed to reducing costs in liver transplantation
- Honoured with the position of Professor of Liver Transplantation by The Institute of Post Graduate Education and Medical Research, Kolkata.
- Introduction of HTK preservative solution to solve the cold chain problem with UW solution in India
- The successful transplant of Hepatitis B patients without the use of expensive immunoglobulins.
- The successful transplant of the youngest child in India with liver failure
- Awarded with a Gold Medal by the Delhi Medical Association, 2005.
- Honoured for excellence in clinical medicine by The Rotary Association of India, 2012
- Honoured with the award of Vishist Chikitsh Rattan (Distinguished Clinician) on Doctor’s Day by the Delhi Medical Association, 2012
- He & his team were one of the finalists for the category “Surgical team of the year” for BMJ India awards, 2014
- Honorary Professor of Surgery by the Apollo Health foundation.
- Awarded the prestigious “YASH BHARTI” award by the Uttar Pradesh government, 2016
- Awarded the prestigious “B.C. Roy” award by the Medical Council of India, 2016
- Awarded “The Honorary Professor of Kazakhstan”, 2016
- The first successful fast tracking of a transplanted patient to the ward without postoperative stay in the ward.
- The first living related transplant for portal biliopathy using a venous conduit in the world.
- Introduction of middle vein retrieval in donor graft to improve patient outcome in India
- 100 consecutive pancreaticoduodenectomies at a private Delhi hospital. D.Singhal, S.Gupta, A. Soin, S. Nundy Presented at the 11th annual conference of Indian Association of Surgical Gastroenterology, Hyderabad, September 2002.
- Fibrolamellar Hepatocellular carcinoma – Not a rare tumour in India and a possible new tumour marker. D.Singhal, S Gupta, A Soin, N Vasdev, N C Nayak, S Nundy Presented at the joint conference of the Indian Association for the study of the Liver (IASL) and European Association for Study of Liver, New Delhi 2002. Abstract published in J Gastroenterol & Hepatol 2002 Suppl (17).
- Periampullay carcinoid tumors – clues to early diagnosis. D. Singhal, S. Gupta, A. Soin, S. Nundy Presented at 7th Biennial Asian HBP conference, Chennai, August 2003
- 125 consecutive Whipple’s procedure using an isolated Roux loop D. Singhal, S Gupta, A.S Soin, S. Nundy Presented at the 7th Biennial Asian HBP conference, Chennai, August 2003. To be sent for publication
- 100 consecutive operations for pancreatic pseudocysts. N. Goyal, D.Singhal, A.Soin, S.Gupta, S.Nundy. Presented at the 12th annual conference of Indian Association of Surgical Gastroenterology (IASG), Bhopal, September 2003.
- Colour of bile: a useful bedside indicator of outcome after surgical relief of obstructive jaundice. D.Singhal, U.Somashekar, S.Gupta, A.Soin, S. Nundy. Presented at the 12th annual conference of Indian Association of Surgical Gastroenterology (IASG), Bhopal, September 2003.
- The Management of Obscure Lower GI Hemorrhage: The case for Early Laparotomy and Blind Right Hemicolectomy. D.Singhal, Neerav Goyal, S. Gupta, S. Nundy. Presented at the 12th annual conference of Indian Association of Surgical Gastroenterology, September 2003.
- Role of CT angiography in defining the plane of transection in right lobe liver transplantation. S. Gupta, A.S. Soin, P.Jain, A. Singh, D.Singhal, S. Nundy et al. Presented at the 7th Congress of the Asian Society of Transplantation, Delhi, 2002.
- Management of middle hepatic vein outflow in right lobe liver transplantation. A.S. Soin, S. Gupta, P. Jain, A.Kumar, D.Singhal, S. Nundy et al. Presented at the 7th Congress of the Asian Society of Transplantation, (CAST,2002, Delhi)
- Kanagasundram N, Fletcher S, Gupta S, Davison AM. Acute small bowel obstruction following mesenteric perforation by CAPD catheter, Nephrol Dial Transplant, 1997, 12: 599-600
- Fletcher S, Gupta S, Carmichael P, Allsop L, Lodge JPA, Newstead CG, Oliguria in a renal graft: the role of ureteric catheterisation. Nephrol Dial Transplant, 1996 11:2083-2084
- Prasad AS, Gupta S, Kohli VK, Pande GK, Sahni P, Nundy S. Proximal splenorenal shunts for extrahepatic portal venous obstruction in children, Annals of Surgery, 1994, 219, 193-6
- Bhalla VP, Gupta S, Nundy S. Public funding of organ transplantation, In Kapoor VK, Ghosh PK, Bhandari M, Agarwal SS(eds) Perspectives in organ transplantation, New Delhi, B. I. Churchill Livingstone, 1993
- Gupta S, Attitudes to liver transplantation Natl Med J Ind, 1993:6
- Gupta S, Kohli VK, Nundy S. Surgical management of portal hypertension in the tropics. Recent advances in gastroenterology,(eds) Goonaratne and D’silva, Ceylon Medical Journal, 1992
- Gupta S, Bhalla VP, Nundy S. Liver transplantation, an Indian perspective, Ind J Int Med, 1992, 2:227-31
- Gupta S, Soin AS, Gupta S, Sharma LK,. Sepsis after Ivalon sponge rectopexy: an unusual case, Aust N Z J Surg; 1991, 61: 469-71
- Sharma L, Gupta S, Soin AS, Sikora S, Kapoor V. Generalized peritonitis in India--the tropical spectrum. Jpn J Surg. 1991,21:272-7.
- Chattopadhyay TK, Gupta S, Padhy AK, Kapoor VK. Is pyloroplasty necessary following intrathoracic transposition of stomach? Results of a prospective clinical study. Aust N Z J Surg. 1991, 61:366-9.
- Gupta S, Nundy S. Ethics in liver transplantation, In Kaul HK, Arora MK, Jayalakshmi TS(eds) Recent advances in intensive care, New Delhi: Research society of Anaesthesiology and Allied Sciences, 1991; 102-5
- Gupta S, Sikora S, Singh M, Sharma L. Pilonidal disease of the umbilicus--a report of two cases. Jpn J Surg. 1990,20:590-2.
- Arora A, Gupta S, Soin AS, Saigal S, First National Consensus report on liver transplant and cadaveric organ donation. 2003. Pande GK, Patnaik PK, Gupta S, Sahni P. Brain stem death and organ transplantation in India, New Delhi, the Natl Med J India, 1990
- Kumar A, Gupta S, Chopra P, Sharma LK. Bilateral angiosarcoma of the breast: an overview. Aust N Z J Surg. 1990,60:341-5.
- Gupta S, Chatterjee TK, Sharma LK. Evaluation of adjuvant perioperative chemotherapy in cancer breast and its comparison with standard CMF regimen: thesis accepted for the award of M. S. degree from the university, 1989
- Gupta S, Sikora SS, Gupta R, Singh MK, Chattopadhyay TK. Presacral neurilemoma (schwannoma)--report of a rare case. Jpn J Surg. 1989,19:229-31.
- Chattopadhyay TK, Kapoor VK, Gupta S. The management of extensive corrosive esophageal strictures: do not dilate and procrastinate. Jpn J Surg. 1989,19:171-6.