Dr. Bhavin Bhupendra Vasavada
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MBBS., MS GENERAL SURGERY., FELLOWSHIP IN HEPATOBILIARY AND LIVER TRANSPLANT SURGERY., FELLOWSHIP IN ADVANCED LIVER SURGERY AND LIVER TRANSPLANTATION
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Dr.Bhavin Bhupendra Vasavada is a Surgical Gastroenterologist, Hepatobiliary, and liver transplant surgeon who completed his MBBS from Saurashtra University in 2005 and MS in General surgery from ... Read More 

Experience

12+ Yrs

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English, Middle English

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Helped 15000 patients

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Dr.Bhavin Bhupendra Vasavada is a Surgical Gastroenterologist, Hepatobiliary, and liver transplant surgeon who completed his MBBS from Saurashtra University in 2005 and MS in General surgery from BJ Medical College in 2011. He then did his Fellowship in Medanta Institute of Liver transplantation & regenerative Medicine under Dr.AS Soin) (world's second-largest living donor liver transplant program) and Fellowship in liver surgery and transplantation from chang gung memorial hospital- Taiwan (international hepato-pancreatic-biliary association recognized Fellowship). He is a member of the International hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery association, International liver transplant society, and International associations of Surgeons, Gastroenterologists, and Oncologists. He has 12 years of clinical experience and currently practicing in Shalby hospitals, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India.

Experience:

  1. Consultant hepato-pancreaticobiliary and liver transplant and GI surgery, Shalby hospitals Ahmedabad from April 2016 to the present.
  2. Consultant hepato-pancreaticobiliary and liver transplant and GI surgery, Sunshine Global Hospitals Surat from March 2015 to March 2016.
  3. Consultant hepatobiliary and liver transplant and GI surgery Apollo hospitals Ahmedabad from August 2014 to February 2015.
  4. Junior consultant hepatobiliary and liver transplant, Continental Hospitals, Hyderabad from February 2014 to July 2014.
  5. Clinical fellow-Liver surgery and transplantation, chang gung memorial hospital Taiwan from 2013-2014.
  6. Clinical fellow- hepatobiliary and liver transplant surgery, Medanta Institute of Liver transplantation and Regenerative Medicine.
  7. Fellow surgical gastroenterology, Asian institute of gastroenterology for six months.
  8. Consultant Gastrosurgeon in RMS Hospitals.
  9. Senior resident, Department of Surgical gastroenterology, Civil hospital, Ahmedabad.

Academics & Trainings

MBBS

Saurastra University

2005


MS GENERAL SURGERY

Bj Medical College

2011


FELLOWSHIP IN HEPATOBILIARY AND LIVER TRANSPLANT SURGERY

Medanta Institute Of Liver Transplantation & Regenarative Medicine

2013


FELLOWSHIP IN ADVANCED LIVER SURGERY AND LIVER TRANSPLANTATION

Kaohsiung Chang Gung Memorial Hospital

2014

Awards & Publications

He is the editor of Austin Liver journal. Also, he is a reviewer of the International journal of surgery, World journal of gastroenterology, World journal of transplantation, Transplantation Research, and Indian Journal of Gastroenterology.

Presentations:

  1. Using Low GRWR grafts with portal flow modulation –A feasible strategy to increase donor safety and donor pool- award session paper at Indian association of surgical gastroenterology conference-2013.
  2. Using Low GRWR grafts with portal flow modulation –A feasible strategy to increase donor safety and donor pool. Selected for presentation at 25th Aniversary of liver transplantation conference turkey ANKARA 2013.
  3. Oral presentation Accepted in International Hepatobiliary Association conference 2014 Seoul.
  4. Rapid fibrosis and significant histologic recurrence of hepatitis c post-liver transplant are associated with higher tumor recurrence rates in Hepatocellular Carcinomas associated with Hepatitis C virus-related liver disease. - A single-center retrospective analysis. (Accepted under best paper category).
  5. Salvage transplantation for post-resection recurrence in hepatocellular carcinoma associated with hepatitis c virus etiology a feasible strategy? – A Retrospective analysis of 109 living donor liver transplants.
  6. Portal flow is the main predictor of early graft dysfunction regardless of the GRWR status in living donor liver transplantation- a retrospective analysis of 134 patients.
  7. Accepted for Poster presentation at international Hepatobiliary Association conference 2014.
  8. Pre-transplant malnutrition predicts post-transplant respiratory complication in living donor liver transplantation for biliary atresia- a single-center retrospective analysis of 110 children.
  9. Vascular complications in biliary atresia patients undergoing living donor liver transplantation- Analysis of 110 patients over ten years.
  10. Associating liver partition and portal vein ligation (ALPPS) – A real breakthrough in liver surgery- A systemic review.
  11. Does the timing of the first Kasai procedure affect the outcome of subsequent live donor liver transplantation? – A single-center analysis of the last ten year.
  12. Poster presentation for International Liver transplant society June 2014.
  13. Prior Trans-arterial chemoembolization - A protective factor against rapid HCV recurrence post-liver transplant in patients with HCV with HCC ???
  14. Oral presentation for East and West Liver Tumor Association January 2015.
  15. Rapid fibrosis and significant histologic recurrence of hepatitis c post-liver transplant are associated with higher tumor recurrence rates in Hepatocellular Carcinomas associated with Hepatitis C virus-related liver disease. - A single-center retrospective analysis. (Accepted under best paper category).
  16. Salvage transplantation for post-resection recurrence in hepatocellular carcinoma associated with hepatitis c virus etiology a feasible strategy? – A Retrospective analysis of 109 living donor liver transplants.
  17. Prior Trans-arterial chemoembolization - A protective factor against rapid HCV recurrence post-liver transplant in patients with HCV with HCC ???
  18. Oral presentation for International association for surgeons, gastroenterologist and oncologist 2016 (Awarded Travel Grant)
  19. Salvage transplantation for post-resection recurrence in hepatocellular carcinoma associated with hepatitis c virus etiology is a feasible strategy.
  20. Trans-arterial chemoembolization - A protective factor against rapid HCV recurrence post-liver transplant in patients with HCV with HCC ?
  21. Oral presentation at Asia pacific association of study of liver disease 2017 China.
  22. Portal flow is the main predictor of early graft dysfunction regardless of the GRWR status in living donor liver transplantation.
  23. Pre-transplant malnutrition predicts post-transplant respiratory complications in living donor liver transplantation.
  24. Poster presentation at Asia pacific association of study of liver disease 2017 China.
  25. Right hepatectomy for giant liver hemangioma with Kasabach Merrit syndrome- a rare case report.
  26. Alveolar soft part sarcoma with isolated liver metastasis treated with liver resection with two-year recurrence-free survival a rare case report.
  27. Modified ALPPS procedure with portal flow/pressure modulation- a key to successful ALPPS procedure???? Oral presentation at International Association of Surgeons, gastroenterologists, and oncologists 2017.
  28. Liver resection in hilar cholangiocarcinoma using a parenchymal first approach with modified Glissonian approach-technically easier technique even in frozen porta hepatitis. Case series of 5 patients.
  29. Poster presentation at International Association of Surgeons, gastroenterologists, and oncologists 2017.
  30. Short Course Antibiotic Prophylaxis to Prevent Surgical Site Infections in HPB and GI Surgeries. Are We Giving Too Much? A Prospective Study.
  31. Poster presentation at International Association of Hepato pancreatic and biliary surgeon 2018.
  32. Short Course Antibiotic Prophylaxis to Prevent Surgical Site Infections in HPB Surgeries. Are We Giving Too Much? A Prospective Study.
  33. Finger Fracture Technique with Glissonian Medical Approach in Liver Resection - OLD IS STILL GOLD.
  34. Post-Cholecystectomy Syndrome a Real Syndrome or Pre Operative Inadequate Work up Syndrome?

In-Person Consultation

Shalby hospitals

Near Karnavati Club Sg Road,, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, Zip: 380015, IN

life line hospitals

Rander Road, Surat, Gujarat, Zip: 380034, IN

Apollo hospitals city center

Rajkot, Rajkot, Gujarat, Zip: 79898989, IN

sunshine global hospitals

Surat, Surat, Gujarat, Zip: 380034, IN

HARIYA ROTARY HOSPITAL

Vapi, Vapi, Gujarat, Zip: 090909090, IN

SUCHAK HOSPITAL

Bhavnagar, Bhavnagar, Gujarat, Zip: 8009090909, IN

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