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Dr. Ravinder Pal Singh - Surgical Gastroenterologist, Delhi

Dr. Ravinder Pal Singh

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MBBS, MS - General Surgery, M.Ch - Surgical Gastroenterology/G.I. Surgery, Fe...

Surgical Gastroenterologist, Delhi

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Dr. Ravinder Pal Singh 86% (13 ratings) MBBS, MS - General Surgery, M.Ch - Surgical Gastroenterol... Surgical Gastroenterologist, Delhi
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Hello friends.<br/><br/>I am Dr. Ravinder Pal Singh. I am a gastro and a liver surgeon. And a liv...
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Namaskar! <br/><br/>I am Dr. RP Singh. I am director and head of Liver and Kidney transplant and ...
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Our team includes experienced and caring professionals who share the belief that our care should be comprehensive and courteous - responding fully to your individual needs and preferences......more
Our team includes experienced and caring professionals who share the belief that our care should be comprehensive and courteous - responding fully to your individual needs and preferences. At Healthy Human Clinics (HHC) is an innovative concept in the modern practice of medicine. Here, we focus on health, rather than disease. Our aim is your well being, rather than your disease. We work relentlessly, selflessly, ethically, and in the most honest way to bring the best practices in the world to give you the gift of health. The concept of Healthy Human Clinics was founded by Dr Ravinder Pal Singh, who is a well known Liver and Kidney transplant, HPB & GI surgeon of India. Dr Ravinder Pal Singh has been in the field of medicine and surgery for more than 22 years, with more than 15 years of experience as a surgeon and a decade of experience as a transplant surgeon and as an Administrator. During his illustrious and long career, Dr R P Singh always found the void and long felt need of creating a comprehensive clinic for the society where not only diseased but also those without disease can come and take sessions to become healthy. His aim was to decentralise the approach of patients going to big hospital; which is not only expensive, but also a cause of mental strain to the patient and family. And so did the foundation of Healthy Human Clinics occur. At HHC, we try to synchronise the art and science of medicine to the maximum benefits of our patients. This HHC has been started initially at Delhi, but will soon extend to other states of India to help the needy of our country. At HHC, we take care of your health, with the priority to make you healthy and fit, as well as we have internationally acclaimed doctors to take care of all your problems related to Liver, Gastro, Gynae and pregnancy.
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Dr RP Singh is a well experienced Liver Transplant, HPB & GI surgeon in India. After being involved and widely appreciated as one of the most prominent team members in two of the biggest liver transplant programs in India at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Delhi and Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, Delhi and two of the largest Living Related Liver Transplant programs in the world; Dr Ravinder Pal Singh was also pioneer in establishing the Liver & Multivisceral Transplant, HPB & GI Surgery Department at Artemis Health Institute, Gurgaon, Haryana. After serving in the field of Liver & Multivisceral Transplant, HPB & GI Surgery at almost all of the major Liver Transplant program in India and after establishing the Liver Transplant Program at two prominent Institutes in India, Dr Ravinder Pal Singh has now joined Saroj Super Speciality Hospital, Delhi as Director & HOD of the Institute of Liver & Multivisceral Transplant, HPB & GI Surgery to set up a department of Liver & Multivisceral Transplant, HPB & GI Surgery, GI Oncology, Bariatric Surgery, and Advanced Laproscopic Surgery, with a vision of future integration of Robotic Surgery very soon. Dr. Ravinder Pal Singh has done his MBBS & MS from the prestigious MAMC (Delhi) with exceptional merits. Dr Ravinder Pal Singh was amongst the youngest person of his time to do his MCh in GI & HPB Surgery & Advanced Laproscopic Surgery course and he was the only person in Indian history to clear MCh GI & HPB Surgery & Advanced Laproscopic Surgery written exams of all 4 universities of India (including AIIMS, GB Pant, PGI Chandigarh and SGPGI lucknow). He then did his superspeciality (MCh) course in GI & HPB surgery & Advanced laproscopic surgery from the esteemed GB Pant hospital. He was given Best Aorta Suturing award in International Surgical Update during his MS General Surgery residency itself. During his Mch, he was involved in the research on Gall Bladder cancers. He had presented the largest series in the world of Gall Bladder Cancer surgeries and also has to his credit the resection strategies for various stages of Gall Bladder Cancer. He has proposed a new classification of Incidental Gall Bladder Cancer at IHPBA, Argentina, 2010. He is widely recognised for surgeries of Esophagus, Stomach & Duodenum, liver, spleen, Gall Bladder, Bile duct, Pancreas, Small bowel, Colon, rectum and anal canal. He has extensive experience in both congenital & acquired, and benign & malignant conditions related to GI Surgery, HPB surgery, Pediatric Surgery, and Mesentric Vascular Surgeries. He is also well trained in advanced laproscopic procedures. He has good experience in vascular and microvascular surgeries and has also been involved in microvascular surgical training courses. He is one of the most experienced liver transplant surgeons in India with exceptional donor and recipient surgery safety records. He is one of the few surgeons in India to be involved in swap liver transplant, combined liver and kidney transplant, posterior sectoral liver transplant, and liver transplant in situs inversus donor or recipient. He has multiple presentations, posters, abstracts and publication to his credit. He has started Centre for Healthy Liver at Healthy Human Clinics, which is state-of-art facility equipped with cutting edge technology for the management of Gastro-intestinal, Pancreatic & Hepatobiliary diseases. It is an advanced centre to provide Liver Transplant surgery and difficult surgeries for the treatment of digestive tract, biliary tract, pancreas, and liver diseases. The Centre for Healthy Liver has an expert team of highly qualified medical professionals including Liver & Multivisceral transplant surgeons of national and international repute, Gastroenterologists, Surgeons, Anaesthetists, Intensivists, Technicians, Counsellors and trained nurses having rich experience in the management of most complex cases of Gastrointestinal, Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic diseases. The centre has been fully backed by all the modern facilities to perform Liver transplant, Gastro-intestinal surgeries and Minimal Access Surgeries (MAS) and Bariatric surgery. OUR SERVICES 1. Liver Transplantation 2. Management of acute and chronic liver failure (cirrhosis) in adults and children 3. Kidney Transplant 4. Combined liver-kidney transplantation 5. Liver Surgery a. Liver Biopsy b. Major Hepatectomy for liver cancer c. Complex and Major Liver resections for hilar cholangiocarcinoma, hepatocellular carcinoma, and liver metastases d. Caudate lobe resections e. Parenchyma preserving liver resections (posterior sectorectomy, bisegmentectomy, atypical resections) f. Staged procedures (including interventional radiology and liver resection) for management of colorectal liver metastases and ALPSS procedure g. Liver resection for neuroendocrine liver metastases 6. Biliary Surgery a. Surgery for Gall Bladder cancer including Radical Cholecystectomy, including Major liver resections and Extended Right Hepatectomy, vascular reconstructions b. Bile duct resection c. Biliary Atresia surgery d. Choledochal Cyst Surgery 7. Pediatric GI & Hepatology Procedures a. Surgeries for Pediatric congential conditions b. Management of Acute or chronic abdominal pain c. Bleeding from the gastrointestinal tract d. Gastroesophageal reflux disease (reflux or GERD) e. Inflammatory bowel disease f. Lump or Fluid in the Abdomen g. Pancreatic insufficiency (including cystic fibrosis) h. Pancreatitis 8. GI Surgery, GI Oncology, Minimal Access & Bariatric Surgery I. Upper GI Procedures a. Esophagectomy b. Laproscopic assisted esophagectomies c. Surgery for Benign and malignant (Cancerous and Non-Cancerous diseases of Esophagus d. Surgery for Tracheo-Esophageal Fistula e. Surgery for Zenkers Diverticulum II. Gastrectomies a. Open Gastrectomies b. Laproscopic Gastrectomies c. Gastric Pouch Reconstructions d. Surgery for Benign and malignant (Cancerous and Non-Cancerous diseases of Stomach III. Luminal Procedures a. Surgery for Ulcerative colitis – Total Proctocolectomy with Ileal pouch anal Anastomosis b. Surgery for Ulcerative colitis with Cancer c. Surgery for Colorectal cancer with and without liver metastasis 9. Open Surgeries with major organ resections 10. Laproscopic Assisted Surgeries 11. Total Laproscopic Surgeries 12. Small bowel resections 13. Pelvic Exentertation procedures 14. Surgeries for adult congenital GI Conditions 15. Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Procedures • Hepatic resections • Radical cholecystectomy • Whipple procedure • Surgery for chronic pancreatitis • Pancreatic resections • Choledochal cyst excision Bariatric Surgery • Laparoscopic Gastric Banding • Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy • Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass • Comprehensive Bariatric patient management program with the most latest technologies and management. Abdominal Vascular and Microvascular Surgery • Shunt Surgeries for Upper GI Bleeding • Devascularisation Procedures • Aorto-Superior mesenteric bypass grafting for mesenteric vascular diseases • Mesentric vascular surgeries • Surgeries for Portal Hypertension

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Speciality

Surgical Gastroenterologist

Education

MBBS - LNJP Hospital & MAMC college - 2000
MS - General Surgery - LNJP Hospital & MAMC college - 2005
M.Ch - Surgical Gastroenterology/G.I. Surgery - GB Pant Hospital & Maulana Azad Medical College - 2009
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Fellowship In HPB Surgery and Liver Transplant - GRIPMER, Sir Gangaram Hospital, New Delhi - 2010
PDCC Abdominal Ultrasonography - Institute of Ultrasound training, Affiliated to Jefferson Ultrasound Research And Education Institute, Jefferson university Hospital, Philadelphia, USA - 2017
Hands on course on Microvascular Surgery - Ethicon Institute of Surgical Association, Delhi - 2012

Past Experience

Sr Consultant in Liver Transplant, HPB & GI Surgery at Indrapastha Apollo Hospital, Delhi
Sr Consultant in Liver Transplant, HPB & GI Surgery at Artemis Health Institute, Gurgaon
Sr Consultant of GI Surgery, HPB surgery & Advanced laproscopic surgery at Maharaja Agarsen Hospital, Delh
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Sr Consultant of GI Surgery, HPB surgery & Advanced laproscopic surgery at Jaipur Golden Super-speciality Hospital, Delhi
Director & HOD, Center for Liver & Kidney Transplant and GastroSciences at Saroj Super Speciality Hospital
Founder/Director at Healthy Human Clinics

Languages spoken

English
Hindi
Punjabi

Awards and Recognitions

Right lobe lobe graft arterial inflow – Right or left? Tropical Gastroenterology 2011; 32(3) Supp 3, page S54
“Towards 100% triphasic flow in right hepatic vein for right lobe grafts in living related liver transplants - technical modifications”. Tropical Gastroenterology 2011; 31(3) Supp 1, page S1
“Extent of Surgery for Gall Bladder Cancer : An analysis of a single centre experience of 513 operated patients” HPB, 12(1):268, 2010
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Outcomes of liver transplantation in patients with hepatocellular carcinoma – Single Center Experience. Tropical Gastroenterology 2011; 32(3) Supp 3, page S63
“Decreasing transfusion requirements during Liver Transplantation – our experience” Tropical Gastroenterology, Vol 31, Number 3 (suppl 1):S7
Have presented the world largest series of Gall Bladder cancer resection to my credit
Donor outcomes in a series of 524 Right Lobe Living Related Liver Transplants at a single center. Tropical Gastroenterology 2011; 32(3) Supp 3, page S60
Patency of portal vein graft: analysis of 323 Living Related Liver Transplants. Tropical Gastroenterology 2011; 32(3) Supp 3, page S63
HLA in living related liver transplantation – Is it necessary? Liver Transplantation 2011; 17(6) Supp 1, page S276
Bile duct transaction technique in right lobe donor hepatectomy. Tropical Gastroenterology 2011; 32(3) Supp 3, page S53
Can intraoperative portal pressure predict postoperative outcome in adult living related liver transplantation? Tropical Gastroenterology 2011; 32(3) Supp 3, page S58
4 innovative procedures
“All resected Gall Bladders MUST be sent for Histopathology” HPB,12(1):867, 2010
1. co-author of chapter on “Non Variceal Upper GI Bleed” in GI Surgery Annuals of AIIMS,16,2009
First center in North-West Delhi to do Cadaveric Liver transplant
Best oral paper award on “Right lobe Graft Arterial Inflow – Right or left?” IASG 2011
Have been actively involved in establishing and successfully starting Liver Transplant programs at 4 medical institutes in India
Have been one of the most prominent members of the team involved in Living related Liver Transplant in two of the biggest LRLT programs of the world.
“Incidental Gall Bladder Cancer” HPB, 12(1):272, 2010
Complications requiring abdominal reexploration following living related liver transplantation: an analysis of 424 consecutive LRLT. Liver Transplantation 2011; 17(6) Supp 1, page S236
Which is better? Duct to duct / Hepaticojejunostomy / Both – In a right lobe graft with two ducts in adult living related liver transplantation. Tropical Gastroenterology 2011; 32(3) Supp 3, page S57
First center in North-West Delhi to do Living Related Liver transplant
Chairperson of GI Surgery Program, Converge, “Controversies to Consensus in GI Surgery”, 2014-2016, a Harward University Accredited Program.
“Gall Bladder Cancer with Tuberculosis.” HPB, 10(1):118, 2008
Techniques for portal vein reconstruction in pediatric liver transplant recipients at our center. Liver Transplantation 2011; 17(6) Supp 1, page S294
Predictors of poor outcome following living related liver transplantation in adults with end stage liver disease. Liver Transplantation 2011; 17(6) Supp 1, page S168
Best paper award on “To Evaluate The Immunomodulatory Effects Of Parenteral Fish Oil Supplementation In Malnourished Surgical Patients”, INTERNATIONAL CRITICAL CARE CONGRESS-2005
“Management of hepatic venous outflow tract obstruction following living related liver transplantation” Tropical Gastroenterology, Vol 31, Number 3 (suppl 1):S7
First center in Delhi where same Operative team did Cadaveric Liver transplant and 2 kidney transplants
Author of Full four page article on “In Conversation: Look After Your Liver” in Science Reporter, November 2015 issue.
Incidence of portal vein thrombosis in patients with cirrhotic liver disease and its management during living related liver transplantation. Liver Transplantation 2011; 17(6) Supp 1, page S183
“The Role Of Staging Laparoscopy In Extra Hepatic Proximal Biliary Tract Malignancies.” HPB, 10(1):215, 2008
Recidivism after liver transplantation in acute hepatitis vs alcoholic chronic liver disease: do the results justify transplant in non abstinent alcoholics? Liver Transplantation 2011; 17(6) Supp 1, page S286
Technique of knots outside biliary reconstruction in Right Lobe Liver Transplant. Tropical Gastroenterology 2011; 32(3) Supp 3, page S58
Have proposed a new classification of Incidental Gall Bladder cancer in IHPBA, Argentina, 2010
First center in North-West Delhi to do Cadaveric Renal transplant
“Are all Incidental Gall Bladder Cancer (IGBC) truly incidental?” HPB, 12(1):276, 2010
Porta sparing liver resection – Is it possible? Is it safe? Tropical Gastroenterology 2011; 32(3) Supp 3, page S58
“Aggressive Treatment of Gall Bladder Cancer.” HPB, 10(1):119, 2008
Author of Full three page article on “Liver is Life!” in Science Reporter, March 2016 issue.
Towards 100% triphasic flow in right hepatic vein and avoidance of right hemidiaphragmatic paralysis in right lobe living related liver transplants – technical modifications. Liver Transplantation 2011; 17(6) Supp 1, page S181
“Are all Incidental Gall Bladder Cancer (IGBC) truly incidental?” Tropical Gastroenterology, Vol 31, Number 3 (suppl 1):S3

Professional Memberships

Member of IHPBA, International Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association, 2016 (Membership no – M03045)
Member of E-AHPBA, European – American Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association, 2016
Member of ILTS, International Liver Transplant Society, 2016
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Lifetime Member, Indian Association of Surgical Gastroenterology (IASG)
Lifetime Member, Association of Surgeons of India (ASI)
Lifetime Member, Association of Minimal Access Surgeons of India (AMASI)
Lifetime Member, Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endo Surgeons (IAGES)
Lifetime Member, Indian Medical Association (IMA)
Member, Delhi Medical Council (DMC)
Lifetime Member, Delhi Medical Association (DMA)
Lifetime Member, Delhi Medical Association – North Zone (DMA - NZ)

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