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Indraprastha Apollo hospitals, New Delhi has been on the forefront of Liver transplant activity in India. Apollo group of hospitals has a robust liver transplant program, completing 3200 liver transplants, 303 Pediatric liver transplants and is one of the leading groups in the world. It has been credited with the first successful DDLT in the country, first successful LDLT, first pediatric LDLT, first combined liver kidney transplant.

Chairman's Message

Dr. Prathap C Readdy

Chairman, Apollo Hospitals Group

Dear Colleagues,

        It is my privilege to welcome you to the Apollo Liver Transplant & Hepatobiliary Pancreatic Surgery (ApolloLTHPS) 2019 Conclave on March 30 & 31, 2019 being held for the first time in Gurugram, Haryana, India.

 

              Over the last few decades, there have been several worrying health trends, one of them being the upsurge of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. The increasing number of overweight individuals and rise in obesity  has led to NAFLD becoming a significant public health issue;  it has now become the most common indication for liver transplantation. 

             Liver Transplantation in India is a young field and is evolving :  there are issues, dilemmas and sometimes decisions that can be controversial. With a view to addressing the challenges and even dogmas, I am glad the organisers have chosen a fitting theme :  ‘Challenges and Controversies in Liver Transplantation’.

       The Apollo Hospitals Group remains the pioneer in the field of Liver Transplantation, with the first successful liver transplant in India having been performed on an 18-month old child with biliary atresia in November 1998 at Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, Delhi.  With numerous firsts, the Apollo Liver Transplant Institutes have performed more than 3300 liver transplants in patients from 50 countries, of which 312 have been children.

          I commend the organizing committee for putting together a well-structured scientific program, to include a broad range of scientific sessions on the most important advances in clinical and surgical practice.    I am confident that the Conclave will provide an excellent platform, not only for exchange of clinical and scientific knowledge on the latest developments, but also for unique networking opportunities.

 

 

Wishing you the very best,

 

 

 

Dr. Prathap C Reddy

Chairman, Apollo Hospitals Group

Managing Director's Message

Mr. Ashok Bajpai

Managing Director, Apollo Hospitals Group

Dear Colleagues,

       Over the past decade, India has emerged as the regional transplant centre in South East Asia. Thanks to many innovations and technological advancements, the number of such procedures being carried out in India, is definitely on a rise. The success and growth of such complex procedures, has had a tremendous impact on the medical industry in general. There has been a surge in number of super specialty establishments striving towards international accreditations, leading to better standards of medical care in the country.

 

              Despite this, India has a large burden of Liver diseases particularly in areas where accessibility or knowledge about such treatment is still mediocre. Add to that the paucity in Deceased Donor donations and we end up with a huge demand and supply gap, leading to a surge in Live Donor donations which calls for more thorough awareness programmes on cadaver organ donations. This is a crucial time to also re-evaluate existing legal guidelines so that they continue to be relevant to the changing times.

             I hope this conference, addressing the Challenges and Controversies in Liver Transplantation will serve as the ideal ground to bring to the forefront real on-ground issues and help find a way to resolve them.

       It is with great pleasure that I welcome our delegates and esteemed speakers to LTHPS Conclave 2019.

         

Wishing you the very best,

 

 

 

Mr. Ashok Bajpai

Managing Director- Apollo Indraprastha Hospitals, New Delhi

Welcome Message

Dr. Neerav Goyal

Head, Department of Liver Transplantation and HPB Surgery, Indraprastha Apollo Hospital,
New Delhi

Dear Colleagues,

           I am honoured and privileged to invite you all to the first chapter of The Apollo LTHPS Conclave to be held at The Leela Ambience, Gurugram, Haryana, India on March 30–31, 2019.

           Liver transplant is amongst the fastest growing medical modalities in India. Amongst all medical or surgical programmes, this is the one that requires the most well tuned and synchronous amalgamation of the expertise from various disciplines that include surgeons, hepatologists, anaesthesia and critical care experts, infectious disease specialists, radiologists, paediatricians, dedicated nurses, physiotherapists, pharmacists, pathologists and transfusion medicine specialists amongst many others. This coming together of learned minds and skilled hands along with administrative and logistical support from the institution is essential and integral to the outstanding functioning of a team to aims to attain successful long-term outcomes.

          We routinely come up with multiple of issues, challenges and controversies in day to day management of liver transplant patients, be it adult or paediatric. Scientific literature is abundant in dealing with most of issues, but still there are quite a few areas that require deliberation on and address from the stalwarts in this field. This inspires the special theme for the conference, Challenges and controversies in liver Transplantation. We plan to address them through debates, panel and case based discussions in addition to good old lectures, in this conclave.

       Gurugram is one of the major satellite cities of Delhi and is part of the National Capital Region of India. It is the financial and industrial hub of northern India, filled with architecturally noteworthy buildings and skyscrapers in a wide range of styles from distinct time periods. I sincerely hope that your stay in Gurugram is comfortable and memorable.

         

          I welcome you all to the Apollo LTHPS Conclave-2019, Gurugram on 30th and 31st March, 2019.

Best regards,

Convenor

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Neerav Goyal

Head, Department of Liver Transplantation and HPB Surgery
Indraprastha Apollo Hospital
New Delhi

International Speakers

Dr. Olivier Soubrane

Dr. Kim Olthoff

Dr. Darius F Mirza

Dr. Mureo Kasahara

Dr. Abaraham Shaked

Dr. Paolo Muiesan

Conference Highlights

1. Hands on training on Organox

2. Hands on training on Liver Resection

3. Breakfast Session: Meet the experts

4. Video Session: How I do it ?

5. Eminent international and national faculty

6. Panel discussions, debates, key note lectures      on existing challenges and controversies

Registration

Apollo LTHPS Conclave 2019
*Trainee / Students needs to present valid certificate of their trainee status.  
* Workshop & Accompanying person registration is only valid with main conference registration.
* Registration fees can be paid by direct cash deposit or NEFT/RTGS/IMPS to our bank account, mentioned below.
* Please scan and e-mail us your deposit receipt and registration ticket number 
   at lthpsconclave2019@myshaservices.com to confirm your registration
Account Details:
Ac.No.             :     50761132000124
Name              :     Healthy Liver Foundation
Bank                :     Oriental Bank of Commerce
IFSC Code      :     ORBC0105076
Swift Code      :     ORBCINBBIBD