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Dr. Anupam Bhargava

Chairman - Urology


Urology

Experience: 44+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Anant Kumar

Chairman - Urology Renal Transplant and Robotics of Max Saket Complex and Uro-Oncology of MSSH Saket


Urology, Kidney Transplant, Robotic Surgery

Experience: 36+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Pawan Kesarwani

Senior Director


Urology, Robotic Surgery, Kidney Transplant

Experience: 22+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. P.P Singh

Senior Director & HOD- Urology, Kidney Transplant & Robotic Urology


Urology, Kidney Transplant

Gender: Male

Dr. Anil Kumar Varshney

Senior Director


Urology

Experience: 41+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Waheed ZamanA

Senior Director - Urology & Renal Transplantation


Urology, Kidney Transplant, Robotic Surgery

Experience: 28+ Years

Gender: Male

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Dr. H. S. Bhatyal

Director


Urology, Kidney Transplant, Robotic Surgery

Gender: Male

Dr. Anjani Kumar Agrawal

Director & Unit Head – Andrology


Urology

Experience: 31+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Avanish Arora

Director


Urology

Gender: Male

Dr. Vimal Dassi

Director - Urology, Uro-oncology


Urology, Kidney Transplant, Robotic Surgery

Experience: 17+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Amit Goel

Director and Head of Unit - Renal Transplant & Urology


Kidney Transplant, Uro-Oncology, Urology

Experience: 16+ Years

Dr. Mrigank Shekhar Jha

Director


Urology, Kidney Transplant

Gender: Male

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Dr. Vijay Kumar

Director & Unit Head ( Reconstructive & Laparoscopic Urology)


Urology

Experience: 26+ Years

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Dr. Yajvender Pratap Singh Rana

Director


Urology, Kidney Transplant, Cancer Care / Oncology, Surgical Oncology, Uro-Oncology, Robotic Surgery

Gender: Male

Dr. Shailesh Chandra Sahay

Director - Urology


Urology, Robotic Surgery, Kidney Transplant

Experience: 14+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Rahul Yadav

Director - Urology, Andrology, Kidney Transplant and Robotic Uro-Oncology


Urology, Kidney Transplant, Robotic Surgery, Uro-Oncology

Gender: Male

Dr. Samit Chaturvedi

Director


Urology, Robotic Surgery, Uro-Oncology, Kidney Transplant

Experience: 12+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Upwan Kumar Chauhan

Associate Director


Urology, Kidney Transplant

Experience: 15+ Years

Gender: Male

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Dr. Mandeep Kr. Dhanda

Associate Director - Head Unit 1


Kidney Transplant, Urology

Experience: 14+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. (Col) Daresh Doddamani

Associate Director - Urology


Urology

Experience: 39+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Ruchir Maheshwari

Director


Urology, Robotic Surgery, Kidney Transplant

Experience: 13+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Amit Singh Malhotra

Associate Director - Urology, Kidney Transplant & Robotic Surgery


Urology, Kidney Transplant, Robotic Surgery

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Dr. R.S.Rai

Head of Department - Urology


Urology

Experience: 29+ Years

Gender: Male

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Dr. Rajat Arora

Principal Consultant


Urology, Kidney Transplant, Robotic Surgery

Experience: 19+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Pragnesh Desai

Principal Consultant


Urology, Kidney Transplant, Robotic Surgery

Experience: 14+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Chandra Kant Kar

Principal Consultant - Urology


Urology

Experience: 10+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Muninder Singh Randhawa

Principal Consultant


Urology, Laparoscopic / Minimal Access Surgery, Uro-Oncology

Gender: Male

Dr. Rohit Kaushal

Senior Consultant


Urology, Kidney Transplant

Experience: 5+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Harvinder Singh Chauhan

Principal Consultant


Urology

Experience: 19+ Years

Gender: Male

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Dr. Gaurav Garg (Uro)

Senior Consultant - Urology/Andrology


Urology, Robotic Surgery

Experience: 8+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Pankaj Gaur

Senior Consultant – Renal Transplant & Urology


Urology, Paediatric (Ped) Urology, Kidney Transplant

Experience: 5+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Abhay Kalra

Senior consultant


Urology, Uro-Oncology, Kidney Transplant, Laparoscopic / Minimal Access Surgery, Robotic Surgery

Gender: Male

Dr. Feroz Moh.Khan

Senior Consultant- Urology, Uro-Oncology, Robotic Surgery & Renal Transplantation


Urology, Kidney Transplant, Uro-Oncology, Robotic Surgery

Experience: 20+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Tushar Aditya Narain

Senior Consultant


Robotic Surgery, Uro-Oncology, Cancer Care / Oncology, Surgical Oncology, Urology

Experience: 8+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Tarique Naseem

Principal Consultant - Department of Urology


Urology, Kidney Transplant, Robotic Surgery

Experience: 16+ Years

Gender: Male

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Dr. Praveen Pandey

Senior Consultant – Urology, Robotic and Renal Transplant


Urology, Kidney Transplant

Experience: 20+ Years

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Dr. Yashdeep Rustagi

Principal Consultant


Urology, Robotic Surgery

Experience: 15+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Satyam Sharma

Senior Consultant


Urology

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Dr. Vivek Venkat

Senior consultant


Urology, Department of General Surgery and Robotics

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Dr. Neeraj Agrawal

Consultant - Urology, Kidney transplant, Andrology, Robotics, Uro oncology


Urology, Kidney Transplant, Uro-Oncology, Robotic Surgery

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Dr. Ankur Arya

Consultant


Urology, Kidney Transplant, Robotic Surgery

Gender: Male

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Dr. Deepak Garg

Senior Consultant


Urology, Kidney Transplant, Uro-Oncology, Robotic Surgery

Experience: 7+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Juned Shaikh

Consultant- Urology


Urology, Kidney Transplant

Experience: 19+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Fateh Singh

Consultant


Urology

Gender: Male

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Dr. Shalabh Agarwal

Associate Consultant


Urology, Kidney Transplant

Experience: 2+ Years

Gender: Male

Dr. Irsad Ali

Associate Consultant - Urology and Kidney Transplant


Urology, Kidney Transplant

Gender: Male

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Frequently Asked Questions

A renal transplant, also known as a kidney transplant, is a procedure in which a healthy kidney from a donor is transplanted into a person with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) whose kidneys can no longer function properly.

A renal transplant is considered for individuals with advanced kidney disease or ESRD experiencing significant impairment in kidney function and would benefit from a functioning donor kidney.

Renal transplant offers several advantages over dialysis, including improved quality of life, freedom from regular kidney dialysis treatments, dietary restrictions, and a potential for better long-term outcomes.

Eligibility for renal transplant depends on various factors, including overall health, absence of active infections or malignancies, absence of severe heart or lung disease, and adherence to prescribed medical treatments.

A compatible donor for renal transplant can be a living donor, such as a family member or friend, who has a compatible blood type and a suitable tissue match. Deceased donor kidneys are also matched based on blood type and other factors.

The evaluation process for a renal transplant involves thorough medical assessments, including blood and tissue typing, cross-matching, imaging studies, and psychological evaluations to ensure the suitability and success of the transplant.

The waiting period for a deceased donor kidney can vary significantly and depends on factors such as the availability of suitable donor organs, blood type compatibility, and the individual's position on the transplant waiting list.

During a renal transplant, the diseased kidney is usually left in place, and the healthy donor kidney is placed in the lower abdomen. The donor kidney's blood vessels are connected to the recipient's blood vessels, and the ureter is attached to the bladder.

Recovery time after a renal transplant varies for each individual. Generally, it involves a hospital stay of about one to two weeks, followed by several weeks or months of close monitoring and medication adjustments.

Immunosuppressive medications are prescribed after a renal transplant to prevent rejection of the transplanted kidney by suppressing the immune system.

Risks and complications of renal transplant include surgical complications, infection, rejection of the transplanted kidney, side effects of immunosuppressive medications, and long-term complications such as cardiovascular disease and cancer.

Renal transplant success rates have significantly improved over the years. Generally, the majority of transplanted kidneys function well initially, and the long-term graft survival rates can be up to 90% or higher at five years post-transplant.

Rejection of the transplanted kidney can occur anytime after a renal transplant. However, the risk of rejection can be minimised with proper immunosuppressive medications and regular follow-up care.

In some cases, if a transplanted kidney is rejected, a retransplantation may be considered. The decision depends on individual factors, including overall health, previous complications, and the availability of a suitable donor.

A renal transplant can replace the failed kidneys and restore kidney function. However, other kidney-related problems such as hypertension, diabetes, or chronic rejection may still need to be managed post-transplant.

Individuals with other medical conditions, such as diabetes or heart disease, may still be eligible for a renal transplant. A thorough evaluation by a transplant team helps assess the overall suitability and potential risks.

Living kidney donors can lead normal lives after donating a kidney. They undergo comprehensive evaluations to ensure the kidney donation will not significantly impact their health or quality of life.

Finding a compatible donor for individuals with rare blood types can be more challenging but not impossible. Various techniques, such as paired exchange programs or desensitisation protocols, may increase the chances of finding a suitable donor.

Renal transplants can improve fertility in individuals with kidney disease, especially in men. Restoring kidney function can improve hormonal balance and reproductive health, increasing the chances of fertility.

In exceptional cases, renal transplants can be performed across different blood types through specialised procedures like ABO-incompatible transplants or paired exchange programs. These techniques help expand the pool of potential donors.

Yes, children with end-stage renal disease can undergo renal transplants. Pediatric transplant programs have specific protocols and considerations for transplantation in children to ensure optimal outcomes.

Renal transplant recipients are encouraged to lead active and healthy lifestyles. After recovery and clearance from the transplant team, they can participate in physical activities and sports suitable for their overall health.

Adhering to immunosuppressive medications is crucial to prevent rejection of the transplanted kidney. Regular follow-up visits, medication adjustments, and close monitoring help detect and manage rejection early.

Psychological support is highly beneficial for renal transplant recipients. The transplantation process can be emotionally challenging, and support from mental health professionals or transplant support groups can help individuals navigate the various aspects of transplantation and adjustment post-transplant.

Reviewed by Dr. Dilip Bhalla, Senior Director – Kidney Transplant, Nephrology, Patparganj on 29-Sep-2023.