• Brief Profile


    Dr Subash Gupta is a graduate from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences and completed his further training in general and gastrointestinal surgery. Keen to develop transplantation in India, he spent two years in the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham with Professor Paul McMaster learning various aspects of kidney, liver and pancreatic transplantation. His next appointment was in the St. James' University Hospital as Senior Visiting Fellow. At that time, St. James's was evolving into a huge multi-transplant centre doing about 140 kidney transplants and over 120 liver transplants in a year. He was engaged in the development of liver transplantation in Sir Ganga Ram Hospital.

Questions Answered by me

Tiny gall bladder polyps can be left alone as they have very small chance of being cancerous. It is unlikely that udiliv will dissolve the polyps...

Answered on : 03 Nov 2007

1. Sit in lukewarm water before passing stools. Do this in the evening as well for 2 weeks.
2. Use 0.2% GTN cream locally twice a day and...

Answered on : 09 Jan 2007

Tuberculosis of the intestine will either cause blockage or ulceration. With blockage the main symptoms are pain, vomiting and distension; with...

Answered on : 14 Nov 2006

You have had pancreatitis due to gallstones. In this case you can take alcohol in small amounts.

Answered on : 11 Feb 2006

There is no extra risk for colonoscopy in patients who have portal vein thrombosis and are on anticoagulation except for the usual risks of...

Answered on : 26 Oct 2005

Yes, you can be evaluated for liver donation. I see no reason why you cannot donate. The risks for donation are approximately 1 in 200 and in many...

Answered on : 17 Oct 2005

Portal gastropathy and portal hypertension go hand in hand. Portal hypertension is a condition where blood draining out of the intestine returns...

Answered on : 22 Sep 2005

1. Duodenal diverticulum usually requires no treatment
2. Adhesions can cause pain occasionally and sometimes they may also require urgent...

Answered on : 16 Sep 2005

Since our centre at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital does a lot of pancreatic surgery, I have no hesitation in recommending Sir Ganga Ram Hospital for this...

Answered on : 23 Aug 2005

Yes, you can donate part of your liver for your father's transplantation. I would like to have a full CT report of your father so that I can...

Answered on : 08 Aug 2005
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