Dr. Pradeep Kumar Bansal
Director & Unit Head
Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurugram
Urology / Andrology, Urology, Andrology & Transplant Surgery
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Dr. Pradeep Bansal, is a renowned name in the field of Urology. He is the Director and Unit Head for Urology, Uro-oncology Robotics and Renal Transplant at FMRI, with a rich experience of over 20 years to his credit. Dr Bansal has been associated with several prestigious organisations like Artemis and Max Hospital earlier. He has extensive experience in all kind of urological surgeries like endo-urology, reconstructive urology and robotic surgeries . He Has performed more than 300 Renal transplant both adult and paediatric one.
- Consultant Urology and Renal transplant ( Jan 2004 to Feb 2005)– St. Stephen,’s hospital Delhi
- Consultant Urology (March 2005 to June 2007) – Maharaja Agrasen hospital west punjabi bagh, Delhi.
- Principal consultant Urology and Renal Transplant ( July 2007 to 14th June 2018) – Max Hospital and Artemis Hospital Gurgaon.
Substitution Urethroplasty for anterior urethral strictures: a critical appraisal of various techniques
Dubey D, Kumar A, Bansal P. Srivastava A, Kapoor R, Mandhani A, Bhandari M
(BJU Int. 2003, 91(3):215-8)
Urinary Interleukin-8 predicts the response of low dose and standard dose intravesical BCG(Danish 1331 strain) in superficial bladder cancer.
Dubey D, Kumar A, Bansal P. Naik S J. Urol 2002; 168(5):2232-2235
Live Donation of Ectopic Kidneys: a feasible option under compelling circumstances
Kumar A, Dubey D, Verma BS, Kathuria M, Bansal P. J. Urol 2001;165(2): 505-6.
Laproscopic radical nephrectomy: our initial experience.
Bansal P, Kumar A, Srivastava A. Sharma D, Mandhani A, Bhandari M. (In Press, Indian Journal of Urology)
Update on Medical Management of BPH.
Bansal P, Kumar A (USI newsletter, March 2003; Vol 24 (1))
Simaltaneous Dual Organ Ablation: A new vista in Laparoscopic era.
Kumar A , Bansal P Raghvendra M Dubey D (in press J Urol)
Radiological management of Reno vascular Hypertension in developing country
Kumar A, Dubey D, Bansal P, Sanjeevan K, Jain S, Gulathi S (in press J Urol)
Sequential anastomosis of accessory renal artery to inferior epigastric artery in the management of multiple arteries in live related renal transplantation; a critical appraisal.
Kumar A, Gupta RS, Srivastava A, Bansal P, Clin. Transplant 2001; 15 (2): 131 – 5.
Substitution Urethroplasty for anterior urethral strictures; a critical appraisal of various techniques.
Dubey D, Kumar A, Bansal P, Srivastava A, Kapoor R, Mandhani A, Bhandari M (Synopsis accepted in J Urol in press).
MBBS – King George’s Medical College Lucknow
MS – King George’s Medical College Lucknow.
Mch (Urology) – Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow