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Dr. Subhash Gupta

MBBS, MS, Fellowship

Chairman - Centre for Liver and Biliary Sciences

38 Years of Practice, 5 Awards Liver Transplant Specialist

Dr. Subhash Gupta is available as Chairman - Centre for Liver and Biliary Sciences at Max Hospital in Delhi. Dr. Subhash Gupta is accredited all over the world for his exceptional work in the liver transplantation field. He completed his undergraduate degree and...
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Amrik Singh Sambyal Verified User
Dr. Subhash Gupta is a humble and understanding doctor. He summarized the case in a detailed and made us understand the treatment plan. Very deep knowledge.

09 Aug 2019

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Ramakant Verified User
I am happy with the doctor and his behavior. He gave sufficient time and the medicines he advised were also effective. But I had to wait for one hour to see the doctor, which was very the only disappointing part.

18 Jul 2019

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Sandhya Patra Verified User
It was a nice experience for me. My mother was suffering from some liver disease. So I booked an appointment for her. The doctor was really nice. He gave proper time and attention to my mother. We are satisfied with the consultation.

21 May 2019

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Rakesh Tolwala Verified User
De. Subhash is an experienced doctor. He is a very supportive and understanding person. She answered all the questions very calmly. I am happy with the treatment.

22 Feb 2019

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Narayan Verified User
My experience with Dr. Gupta was good. He explained the root cause of the condition and then answered all my questions in detail. He supported my family as a family member. Satisfied with the treatment.

16 Jan 2019

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Medical School & Fellowships

MBBS - All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi

MS - All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi

Fellowship - Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and Glasgow

Clinical Achievements

The first auxiliary partial orthotopic liver transplant for a child with fulminant hepatic failure -

The successful transplant of an international patient from across the border with fulminant hepatic failure -

Introduction of HTK preservative solution to solve the cold chain problem with UW solution in India -

The first successful fast tracking of a transplanted patient to the ward without postoperative stay in the ward -

The successful transplant of Hepatitis B patients without the use of expensive immunoglobulins -

Introduction of middle vein retrieval in donor graft to improve patient outcome in India -

The first living related transplant for portal biliopathy using a venous conduit in the world -

The successful transplant of the youngest child in India with liver failure -

The first living related liver transplant for a HIV patient with hepatitis B induced liver failure on HARRT therapy -

Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket, New Delhi

Liver Transplantation

Chairman

Currently Working

Max Smart Super Specialty Hospital (Saket City), Saket, New Delhi

Centre for Liver and Biliary Sciences

Chairman

Artemis Hospital, Gurgaon

Liver Transplantation

Chief Consultant

Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, Delhi

Department of Liver Transplantation

Consultant

2006 - 2016

St James’s University Hospital, Leeds

Liver Transplantation

Senior Clinical Fellow

1995 - 1998

Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Delhi

Surgical Gastroenterology and Liver Transplantation

Consultant

1993 - 1995

Queen’s Elizabeth Medical Centre, Birmingham

Liver Transplant

Consultant

1993 - 1995

Artemis Hospital, Gurgaon

Liver Transplant

Consultant

1981 - 1993

The Honorary Professor of Kazakistan

BC Roy award

“YASH BHARTI” Award

Vishist Chikitsh Rattan

Delhi Medical Association awarded him with a Gold Medal

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Amrik Singh Sambyal Verified User
Dr. Subhash Gupta is a humble and understanding doctor. He summarized the case in a detailed and made us understand the treatment plan. Very deep knowledge.

09 Aug 2019

R
Ramakant Verified User
I am happy with the doctor and his behavior. He gave sufficient time and the medicines he advised were also effective. But I had to wait for one hour to see the doctor, which was very the only disappointing part.

18 Jul 2019

S
Sandhya Patra Verified User
It was a nice experience for me. My mother was suffering from some liver disease. So I booked an appointment for her. The doctor was really nice. He gave proper time and attention to my mother. We are satisfied with the consultation.

21 May 2019

R
Rakesh Tolwala Verified User
De. Subhash is an experienced doctor. He is a very supportive and understanding person. She answered all the questions very calmly. I am happy with the treatment.

22 Feb 2019

N
Narayan Verified User
My experience with Dr. Gupta was good. He explained the root cause of the condition and then answered all my questions in detail. He supported my family as a family member. Satisfied with the treatment.

16 Jan 2019

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What are the chances of survival after liver transplant?

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According to a study, there are 89% chances of survival after one year of surgery. But the five-year survival rate is 75 percent. In very rare cases, the transplanted liver can fail, or the disease may return.


Answered by: Pooja Yadav on 01/11/2019

Q: Can a female donate liver to male?

A:

Researchers said that gender also plays an important role in the success of liver transplant surgeries. It is analyzed that female-donated livers that were transplanted into male patients were less likely to succeed than male-donated livers.


Answered by: Pooja Yadav on 01/11/2019

Q: Does donating a liver shorten your life?

A:

Whether you are going to donate a part of the liver or getting the new one, your life goes back to normal after 3-months. 


Answered by: Pooja Yadav on 01/11/2019

Q: Can I give part of my liver?

A:

Yes, it is possible to donate a part of your healthy liver.


Answered by: Pooja Yadav on 01/11/2019

Q: How painful is liver transplant?

A:

The patient will feel pain after liver transplant surgery, but it is not as severe as other abdominal surgeries.


Answered by: Pooja Yadav on 01/11/2019

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