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Dr. Narendra Agarwal Thoracic Surgery Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurugram

Dr. Narendra Agarwal

Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurugram
Thoracic Surgery

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About Dr. Narendra Agarwal

Dr Narendra Agarwal is a Consultant thoracic surgeon at FMRI Gurgaon ,india. He specializes in minimally invasive thoracic surgery uniportal vats and robotic surgery . He comes with wide international training from seoul national university hospital , korea ,national university hospital , Singapore , uniportal vats training from shanghai pulmonary hospital, shanghai and robotic thoracic surgery training from university of Alabama . His work includes Vats drainage of multi loculated empyema , decortication , lung resection , bullectomy and pleurectomy and mediastinal masses. He has keen interest in research and publications.


  • MBBS MS (Gen.Surgery ) FCPS (Gen.Surgery) ATEP Fellowship Minimal invasiveOnco Thoracic Surgery-Seoul National university Hospital, Korea UniportalVATS Fellowship :Shanghai pulmonary hospital, Shanghai Fellowship in Minimally invasive Thoracic surgery (FMITS) at Medanta The Medicity Fellowship in Advance Minimally invasive surgeryat National university hospital Singapore

  • Presidents Award Winner : Best Oral presentation: Use of the digital suction device in VATS decortication for early recovery and shorter hospital stay ISMICS, June 2015, Berlin, Germany Best Oral presentation: Awake VATS: our journey from local anesthesia thoracoscopy to complex lung resections ELSA, September 2015, Korea


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