At Fortis, Liver Transplants are carried out by country's most experienced, highly qualified and patient friendly team of experts who have extensive experience in patient care, and superior patient satisfaction and outcomes. The only Centre in North India to offer Laparoscopic Surgery for the Liver Donor our multidisciplinary team comprises of Surgeons, Transplant Hematologists, Gastroenterologists, Anesthesia and critical care Intensivists, Interventional Radiologists and well trained technical and nursing staff. The department also runs evaluation centres for liver donors and patients at various Fortis hospitals. The surgeons use innovative and highly advanced technologies to treat the patients successfully with diseases like liver failure or other complex liver associated problems requiring a transplant. The team works in close collaboration with the patients and performs extensive medical research to onboard more advanced treatment methods. The team focuses on delivering a comprehensive approach for patient care by focusing on truly exemplary results and ensuring complete patient comfort.
There are multiple steps involved in liver transplant and the team at Fortis makes sure to understand every aspect of the patient's condition properly including a Pre-Transplant work-up, wherein the fitness of the patient is properly evaluated. Pre-Transplant work-up comprises of various tests such as blood tests, viral markers, biochemistry analysis, radiology evaluation, tumor markers, CT-Scans, Angiogram, ECHO test and endoscopy. This is followed by a complete evaluation of the patient by specialists like Cardiologist, Gastroenterologist, Pulmonologist, Dentist, Anesthetist, Physiotherapist, Psychiatrist and dietitian. Once the liver transplant process is complete, the team ensures a proper post-operative quality care of the patient by keeping the patient under continuous monitoring until complete recovery. The department also ensures proper delivery of medications to the patient on time and provides every possible support required by the patient or the caregivers for a speedy recovery of the patient.