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Dr S K Sinha’s Profile

MBBS, MS, MCH (Cardio Thoracic And Cardiovascular Surgery)
Director – CTVS – Max Smart Super Speciality Hospital

Max Smart Super Specialty Hospital

Saket Institutional Area, Saket

New Delhi, Delhi 110017

Email: drsinhacardiacsurgeon@gmail.com

For Appointment: +91-9811321668

33 years in Cardiac Surgery provided him an opportunity to amass rich and varied experience of more than nine thousand cases across a wide spectrum of varieties and complexities. As Head of Department of Cardiac Surgery at Batra hospital he had to perform both as administrative leader and clinical mentor; sharing knowledge, and honing the skills of future cardiac surgeons. Several cardiac surgeons trained under his aegis and are presently heading units at various premier centers. Heading a dept. of nearly 75 medics and paramedics developed a different management perspective.

Industrious approach at providing cost effective cardiac surgery without comprising quality to masses, a mission ; sublimed into establishing and providing logistic support in running mid size cardiac centers viz Regency hospital. Kanpur; Magadh Hospital and Chandralaya Heart Hospital Patna, Batra Hospital Jammu, SRMS – Bareilly to name a few.

Degree & Fellowship

  • M.B.B.S, 1977, Armed Forces Medical College, Pune
  • M.S, 1983, Patna University, Patna
  • M.Ch, 1986, PGIMER, Chandigarh
  • MBA – Healthcare Services, 2012, Sikkim Manipal University
  • Managing Healthcare Delivery, 2012, Harvard Business School, Boston

Present & Past Positions

  • April 2014 to till date, Director – Cardiac Science, Paras Hospital (Gurgaon & Bihar)
  • May 2009 to March 2014, Director –CTVS, Max Super Specialty Hospital, Saket, New Delhi
  • October 1996 to April 2009, Chief Cardiac Surgeon and HOD, Batra Hospital & Medical Research Centre, New Delhi
  • July 1995 to Oct’96, Chief Cardiac Surgeon, Regency Hospital Ltd, Kanpur
  • May 1989 to June 1995, Senior Consultant, Cardiac Surgery, Batra Hospital,New Delhi
  • Aug – September 1992, Visiting Fellowship, Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne, Australia
  • October 1992, Visiting Fellowship, Greenlane Hospital Auckland, New Zealand
  • July 1986 to April 1989, Cardiac Surgeon, Railway Hospital, Madras
  • July 1984 to June 1986, Registrar, Dept. of CTVS PGIMER, Chandigarh
  • July 1983 to June 1984, Medical Officer cum Laproscopic Surgeon (Family Welfare ) General Hospital,Aurangabad (Bihar)
  • July 1980 to June 1983, Resident, Dept. of Surgery Patna Medical College, Patna

Memberships

  • Life Member, Indian Association of Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgeons of India – since 1985
  • Life Member, Cardiological Society of India – since 1991
  • Founder Member, Indian College of Cardiology – since & Fellow 1995

Publications & Presentations

  • A Study Of Pulmonary Hydatid Disease – Six Years Experience At PGIMER, Chandigarh – Presented At Annual Conference ASI 1985 At Bangalore
  • Cardiac Surgery In Infancy And Childhood Annual Railway Congress Calcutta 1987
  • Surgery For TAPVC – IACTVSI, Madras 1988
  • Congenital Heart Disease With Severe Pulmonary Hypertension, Chandigarh IACTVSI 1989
  • Surgery For Transposition Of Great Arteries. Indian Heart Journal 40(5): 408, 1988
  • Cyanotic Heart Disease- Surgeon’s Predicament, Indian Heart Journal 40 (5) :408, 1988
  • Our Last 100 Tetrologies & Allied Lesions. Indian Heart Journal 40(5) : 416: 1988
  • Surgical Experience With Large VSD’s And (Allied Lesions) Complicated By Right To Left Shunt Due To Severe Pulmonary Vascular Resistance. Indian Heart Journal Vol43(4), 155, 1991
  • Percutaneous Trans Luminal Coronary Angioplasty In Near Total Narrowings . Indian Heart Journal Vol 43 (4) 1974, 1991.
  • Effects Of Glucose Insulin Potassium Infusions In Patients Of Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery With Poor Left Ventricular Function; IACVTSI. Calcutta – 1992.
  • Is Renal Dysfunction An Incremental Risk Factor For Open Heart Surgery – IACVTSI Calcutta 1992
  • Incremental Risk Factors In Cyanotic Heart Disease – IACVTSI Calcutta 1992
  • Simplified Myocardial Protection In Poor LV Function During CABG – IACVTSI, Calcutta 1992.
  • After Load Manipulations After Coronary Artery Bypass Graft IACVTSI Calcutta 1992
  • The Surgical Approach To LV Aneurysm With Special Reference To Endoaneurysmorraphy, New Delhi 1992
  • Emergency Coronary Artery Surgical Revascularization – IACVTSI Feb 23-26. Agra, 1994
  • Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery In The Elderly (Above 70 Years Of Age) IACVTSI – Feb 23, Agra 1994.
  • Fontanne Procedure In Non Classical Indications – IACVTSI Feb 23-26, Agra 1994.
  • Is there really limitation of the use of Bilateral Mammary Artery – IACTS Feb 15-18, Calcutta 2001.
  • Beating Heart CABG Redo cases – IACTS Feb 15-18, Calcutta 2001.
  • Total Arterial Beating Heart CABG in elderly – IACTS Feb 15-18, Calcutta 2001.
  • Multi-vessel total arterial revascularization through Thora CAB – Our experience in 23 cases
  • “Y” Graft Bypass for Bilateral Coronary Ostial Aortoarteritis –
  • Asian Cardiovascular Thoracic Annals 2002; 10:162-164
  • Total Arterial Revascularization on Beating Heart : Experience in 803 cases – Asian Cardiovascular & Thoracic Annals 2003;11 : 107 – 12
  • Multivessel Total Arterial Revascularization via Left Thoracotomy – Asian Cardiovascular Thoracic Annals 2004; 12: 123 – 125
  • A case report – Pericardial Synovial Sarcoma – Clinical Oncology 15, 186 – 188.

To know more about Dr S K Sinha, you can directly reach him at sksinha@maxhealthcare.com or call at +91- 9810883336