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  •  Awards: 11
  •  Year of Practice: 36



Artemis Hospital Gurgaon
Artemis Hospital Gurgaon
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Dr.Subash Gupta is certify everywhere throughout the world for his driving work in liver transplantation in the Indian subcontinent.[1] Dr.Subash Gupta and his group has effectively directed 300 Living Donor Liver Transplant in 2013 at Center for Liver and Biliary sciences arranged at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital,New delhi which makes them the Most busiest and just Center of the World.This has implied that 600 noteworthy Liver Surgeries each enduring 12 to 16 hours were led in 2013. This is an Amazing activity and each few Centers in the World have figured out how to finish as any number of Transplants in One Year.


Medical School & FellowshipsInstituteYear
MBBSAll India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi.-----
MSAll India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi.-----


Designation & DepartmentHospitalYear
Senior Clinical FellowSt. James’s University Hospital, Leeds-----
Surgical Gastroenterology & Liver Transplantation,Sir Ganga Ram Hospital-----
Liver transplantArtemis Hospital, Gurgaon-----
Department of Liver Transplantation,Indraprastha Apollo Hospital-----

Awards & Achievements

National Talent Scholarship: NCERT, Government of India,1978
Associate Professor, University of Queensland, Australia,2008
Professor of Liver Transplanatation, Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research, Kolkata,2010
Delhi Medical Council, gold medal2005
Rotary Club: Distinguished Clinician Award2011
Delhi Medical Council: Vishist Chikitsak Rattan,2012
Nominee: central government, MGM Medical College-----
Dr. BC Roy Memorial Award, Medical Council Of India-----
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-----
The first living related liver transplant for a HIV patient with hepatitis B induced liver failure on HARRT therapy.-----
The first auxiliary partial orthotopic liver transplant for a child with fulminant hepatic failure.-----
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