Dr. Gaurav Gupta is ASTS certified Multi Organ Transplant Surgeon. He started his surgical career more than 10 years ago and has worked at some of the best centre's in India and USA. Dr. Gaurav Gupta received transplant training at World famous Thomas Starzl Transplant Institute, Pittsburgh, USA. It is considered as "Mecca" of Liver Transplant. Dr. Gaurav Gupta has an experience of more than 250 Liver transplants (Living Donor and Cadaveric) and 150 Kidney Transplants. Dr. Gaurav Gupta has a special interest in combined organ transplants like Simultaneous Liver Kidney Transplant (SLK) or Kidney Pancreas Transplant (SPK). Before joining Wockhardt group of Hospitals Dr. Gaurav Gupta has worked as consultant in Liver Transplant at Fortis Hospital, Delhi.
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Dr Gaurav Gupta is a consultantLiver transplant and GI Surgery at Wockhardt Hospitals, Mumbai. Dr Gaurav Gupta has been an Associate Consultant, Liver Transplant and Hepatobiliary surgeon at Fortis Escorts Liver and Digestive Institute, New Delhi. Dr Gaurav Gupta has an experience of more than 100 liver transplants with 30 as a primary surgeon, more than 80 kidneys transplant as a primary surgeon and was also involved in approximately 20 pediatric liver recipients (split, whole and living donor) at the Penn Transplant Institute, USA At the Abdominal Multi-organ Transplant Fellow at StarzlTransplant Institute, USA, Dr Gupta has performed more than 120 Liver transplants including 35 as primary surgeon, that includes 30 living donor liver recipients and around 40 donor nephrectomies including 12 as Primary surgeon. Dr Gaurav Gupta has performed many Pancreas transplants as well. Liver Transplant Fellow at Center for Liver and Biliary Sciences (CLBS) Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi, India. Research Fellow at Dumont-UCLA Transplant Center, University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), Los Angeles, CA, USA.
-Presented a paper entitled “Evaluation of effect of radioiodine and subtotal thyroidectomy on Graves’ Ophthalmopathy using MRI”at the 53rd Annual Conference of International College of Surgeons, Agra, India. -Predictors of Hepatic artery thrombosis in adult liver transplant recipients-A single center experience. Gaurav Gupta, PuneetSood, Goutham Kumar, Christopher B Hughes, Mark L Sturdevant, AbhinavHumar, and Amit D Tevar.2014; Poster Sessions: Liver. American Journal of Transplantation 14(Suppl 3):693–799 -Late hepatic thrombosis after liver transplants in Adults associated with high mortality Gaurav Gupta, PuneetSood, Goutham Kumar, Christopher B Hughes, Mark L Sturdevant, AbhinavHumar, and Amit D Tevar.2014; Poster Sessions: Liver. American Journal of Transplantation 14(Suppl 3):693–799. -Predictors for better graft survival after intestinal and multivisceral Transplantation. Goutham Kumar, George V Mazariegos, Guilherme Costa,, Gaurav Gupta, kyle A Soltys, Rakesh Sindhi, Geoffrey J Bond, AbhinavHumar, and Hiroshi Sogawa.2014; Concurrent Oral Sessions: Small Bowel/Intestine. American Journal of Transplantation14(Suppl 3):212–219.
-ASTS Abdominal Multi Organ Transplant Surgery Fellowship at University of Penn, Philadelphia, U.S.A -ASTS Abdominal Multi Organ Transplant Surgery Fellowship, UPMC, Pittsburgh, U.S.A -Living Donor Liver Transplant Surgery Fellowship, Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi -Research Fellowship at Dumont-UCLA Transplant Center, University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), Los Angeles, CA, USA -Surgery Residency Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi -MBBS - Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi
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The hepatobiliary and pancreatic system refers to the liver, pancreas, gall bladder and bile duct. The hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgeon provide treatment for patients with benign disease including cysts, biliary strictures, and bile duct injuries and primary and metastatic cancers of the liver, gallbladder, bile duct and pancreas.
Hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgeon diagnoses and treats diseases, disorders, and injuries of the hepatobiliary and pancreatic system. They can perform surgeries to remove lower stomach, a part of the pancreas, and the whole gall bladder. They also do reconstruction procedures like the reconstruction of the bile duct and liver transplant and liver resection.
They treat viral hepatitis and chronic viral hepatitis and other infectious diseases like cytomegalovirus infection, herpesviral, toxoplasmosis, hepatosplenic schistosomiasis, portal hypertension in schistosomiasis, liver disease in syphilis, Epstein-Barr virus infection, yellow fever virus infection, and rubella virus infection. They also treat inflammatory diseases and alcohol-related problems in the liver such as fatty liver. They perform surgery on tumors and carcinomas such as liver cell carcinoma, hepatocellular carcinoma, hepatoma, etc. They take care of end-stage liver disease, liver failure, and hepatorenal syndrome, fibrosis, and cirrhosis of the liver. They perform surgery for gallbladder and biliary tract diseases such as obstruction, perforation, fistula of the biliary tract, biliary cyst, and biliary atresia, etc.
A person suffering from chronic or acute jaundice, abdominal pain, nausea or vomiting, loss of appetite, which usually result in weight loss, fatigue, fever or chills, itching, light brown urine, and greasy or clay-colored stools should visit a hepatobiliary surgeon or specialist.