Dr. Harsh  Wardhan

Dr. Harsh Wardhan

Senior Consultant
Fortis Hospital, Shalimar Bagh Paediatric Surgery

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Doctor’s Profile

Dr Harsh Wardhan is a well-known Paediatric Surgeon with over 30 years of experience in the field of Paediatric Surgery. He has done his MBBS (1979) & MS General surgery (1983) from LLRM Medical College Meerut, UP. He was associated as Senior Resident (General Surgery) at Dr RML Hospital, New Delhi after doing his post graduation in surgery.  He then pursued his M.Ch. in Pediatric Surgery from Institute of Medical Sciences (1987), BHU, Varanasi. He worked as Senior Registrar, Pediatric Surgery at IMS, BHU and worked as Pool Officer Pediatric Surgery in Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi. He has also done a fellowship in Pediatric surgery from Women’s & Children Hospital Adelaide, Australia (1997 -1998).

Dr Harsh Wardhan has worked in many reputed healthcare institutions such as Sunder Lal Jain Hospital, Ashok Vihar Delhi, Maharaja Agrasen Hospital Punjabi bagh, Delhi, Max hospital Pitampura, Delhi and Max hospital Shalimar bagh, Delhi.

  • Senior Resident General surgery- Dr RML Hospital, New Delhi (1983 -1984)
  • Senior Resident  Pediatric surgery- Institute of Medical Sciences BHU, Varanasi UP (1984 to 1987)
  • Pool Officer Pediatric Surgery - Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi (1987 to 1989)
  • Surgical Registrar Pediatric Surgery - Women’s & Children Hospital Adelaide, Australia (1997 -1998)
  • Hon. consultant in Pediatric Surgery with independent unit in Sunder Lal Jain Hospital (1989 to 1997 and 1998 till 2015)
  • Hon. Consultant Maharaja Agrasen Hospital Working January 1998 onwards
  • Hon. Consultant Pediatric surgery Max Hospital since 1999
  • Hon. Consultant Pediatric Surgery Max hospital Shalimar Bagh since its beginning

Areas of experise:

  • Neonatal surgery
  • Children Gastro-intestinal surgery
  • Pediatric Chest surgery
  • General Pediatric surgery

Overview

    • Ascaris Lumbricodies Causing Intestinal Obstruction in Children – a review of 33 cases. Pediatric Surgery International (1989)
    • Intestinal Obstruction in Children in India. Pediatric Surgery International (1989)
    • Intestinal perforation in children. Australian Pediatric Journal (1989)
    • Ano-Rectal Agencies with congenital short colon – a review of 18 cases. Pediatric Surgery International (1990)
    • Ileal Atresia with intestinal duplication. Indian Pediatrics (1992)
    • Recurrent abdominal Pain in children frequently has an organic base in developing countries. Pediatric Surgery International (1993)
    • Splenogonadal fusion. A case report and brief review of the literature. Pediatric Surgery International (1993)
    • Perforated Meckel’s Diverticulum presenting as subphrenic abscess. Indian Journal of Pediatrics 2001
    • Harsh Wardhan: Surgical emergencies in the newborn: In Neonatology Principles and Practice. Ed. D K Guha, Jaypee Bros. Medical Publisher Pvt. Ltd., 23/23B EMCA House, Ansari Road, Daryaganj, New Delhi – 2 India (1995)
    • Splenogonadal fusion. A case report and brief review of the literature. Pediatric Surgery International (1993)
    • Perforated Meckel’s Diverticulum presenting as subphrenic abscess. Indian Journal of Pediatrics 2001
    • Harsh Wardhan: Surgical emergencies in the newborn: In Neonatology Principles and Practice. Ed. D K Guha, Jaypee Bros. Medical Publisher Pvt. Ltd., 23/23B EMCA House, Ansari Road, Daryaganj, New Delhi – 2 India (1995)

  • MS, M.Ch (Paediatric Surgery)

    • Indian Association of Pediatric Surgeons
    • Association of Surgeons of India
    • Indian Association of Paediatricians
    • National Neonatology forum
    • Delhi Medical Association and Indian medical Association

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