Started cardiac surgical programs at Puttaparthi, Whitefield and Max
Leading the designing and development of over 50 surgical instruments
Conducted over 15,000 successful cardiac and vascular procedures
Dr. Bhan is an outstanding cardiovascular surgeon and a graduate from Medical College Srinagar (Best outgoing graduate-Gold Medalist). He possesses largest experience in Aortic surgery in India. He..
Dr. Bhan is an outstanding cardiovascular surgeon and a graduate from Medical College Srinagar (Best outgoing graduate-Gold Medalist). He possesses largest experience in Aortic surgery in India. He has designed and developed more than 50 surgical instruments in the field of cardiac surgery. Dr. Bhan was one of the team members that performed the first successful Heart Transplantation in India (1994). He is associated with starting the three cardiac surgical programmes at Putta-parthi, 1992, Whitefield 2001 and Max Heart and Vascular Institute Saket (2004). He has performed more than 15,000 cardiac and vascular procedures with excellent outcomes, matching with the best in the world.
Life Member, Indian Association of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgeons
Member Delhi Chapter of CSI,
Member Cardiothoracic Surgical Network (USA)
Life Member of Pediatric Cardiac Society of India
Awards & Accomplishments
Delivered the prestigious P.K. Sen Oration at the CT Conference, 2009
Performed the youngest bypass in the world literature with coronary aneurysm repair at the age of 18 months, 2007
Did the first extra corporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) in India, 2000
Used for the first time harmonic scalpel for the harvest of radial/internal mammary artery conduits in India, 1995
Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery- USA : Performed total arterial revascularization on youngest patient in world literature, 2005
Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery-USA : Described a new operative technique for coarctation of aortic with type – B aortic dissection , 2002
Indian Heart Journal : Published one of the largest experiences of arterial switch procedure for transposition of great arteries , 2002
Annals of Thoracic Surgery (USA) accredited by Medtronic : Reports on angiographic follow-up of OPCAB (Beating Heart CABG) from India, 2000
Annals of Thoracic Surgery-USA : Third report in the world literature on radial artery angiographic follow up, 1999
Annals of thoracic surgery-USA : Described a new – operative technique for repair of supra-cardiac total anomalous pulmonary venous drainage, 1996
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