- Liver Transplant- Max Hospitals in Delhi
38 Years of Experience,
The Chief of Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary surgeon and the Director of the Center of Liver and Biliary
Sciences at Max Hospitals in Delhi, Dr Subash Gupta is accredited all over the world for his exceptional
work in liver transplantation field.
He completed his undergraduate degree and Masters in General surgery from All India Institute of
Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi and did a specialization in surgical gastroenterology in 1989.
Briefly after completing his specialization, this talented surgeon moved to England to work and train
under Dr. Paul McMaster in the Liver unit at Queen Elizabeth.
While practicing in the UK, Dr Subash Gupta underwent Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons of
Edinburgh and of Glasgow.
After returning to India, he was honored 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, he 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. In 2013, Dr.
Gupta and his Team has also helped other Centres within India and abroad to set up liver
Due to his focused interest and contribution to the medical field, Apollo Health Foundation has made
him an honorary Professor of Surgery. Dr. Gupta was also honored for excellence in clinical medicine
and Vishist Chikitsh Rattan (Distinguished Clinician) on Doctor’s Day in 2012.
In 2016, the Medical Council of India has awarded him the prestigious “B.C. Roy” award.
He has also contributed to different aspects of living donor liver transplantation such as liver
transplantation without hepatitis B immunoglobulin prophylaxis and appropriate CMV prophylaxis.
Liver Transplantation, Chief Consultant- Max Superspecialty Hospital, Saket , currently working
Delhi Medical Association awarded him with a Gold Medal
The first living related liver transplant for a HIV patient with hepatitis B induced liver failure on HARRT
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
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
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
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