Hospitals For Liver Transplant in India

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Dharamshila Narayana Superspeciality Hospital

Delhi, India

732 reviews

  • It’s headquarter is located in Bangalore.
  • Together it has 23 hospitals and 7 heart centers
  • Each department is headed by specialized team members who have treated many patients and dealt with so many cases.
  •  It has an in-house research center that continuously works to provide alternative solutions.
  • It is…
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Pushpawati Singhania Research Institute

Delhi, India

556 reviews

  • South East Asia’s and India’s leading provider for medical and surgical treatment for digestive diseases.
  • Renowned for its quality of care, ambience and high patient satisfaction.
  • Preventative medical care provider through a caring environment.
  • Reputed on an international and national level.
  • They help spread awareness of diseases.
  • They provide…
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Fortis Hospitals , Mohali

Punjab, India

2291 reviews

  • One of the best cardiac centres in Mohali
  • Over 334 inpatient beds 
  • Campus is 8.22 acres 
  • Comprehensive cancer treatment facility
  • National Energy Conservation Award - Award for Best Hospital/Building in India, 2nd position in the country - Oct'15
  • AHPI Award for Green Hospital - Feb'16
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Advancells- Stem Cell Therapy Centre

Delhi, India

52 reviews

  • Perfected the art of cell recovery with the amazing result of recovering up to 94% of cell count from various cell sources such as bone marrow, adipose tissue, etc 
  • Ability to expand the cell count via culture if required in particular patient
  • Uses best processing and separation technology of…
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Liver Transplant Surgery in India

Liver transplant in India is one of the most successfully performed surgeries. A liver transplant involves surgically replacing a failed or a diseased liver with a normal, healthy one and usually recommended for people who have end-stage liver disease.  A healthy liver can be obtained from a donor who is deceased or alive. 

Liver transplant surgery - Eligibility: 

The decision to perform liver transplantation depends on various factors. Also, each transplant centre may have different rules about who can undergo liver transplant surgery. Generally, individuals with the following conditions can have a liver transplant done: 

  • Acute liver failure
  • Chronic liver failure
  • Liver insufficiency 
  • Liver cirrhosis
  • Decompensated liver disease

However, individuals with the following conditions are contraindicated for liver transplant surgery:  

  • Severe pulmonary hypertension
  • A severe, irreversible medical illness that reduces short-term life expectancy
  • Current or chronic uncontrollable infection
  • Metastatic cancer 
  • Severe heart or other health problems
  • Severe, uncontrolled psychiatric disease
  • Active substance abuse (alcohol or drugs)
  • History of inability to follow a strict medical regimen

Liver transplant surgery – The Procedure

A liver transplant surgery may need you to stay in the hospital. The procedure may take about 12 hours, depending on the condition, the surgeon's approach, and other factors. 

If a liver from a deceased donor is available, the patient will be asked to come to the hospital immediately. However, if the liver is from a living donor, the surgery will be scheduled in advance. In this case, the donor will be operated first, where a portion of the liver is removed. 

Before the surgery, a complete evaluation is done to ensure that the patient is healthy enough to undergo surgery. The patient will be sedated using general anesthesia. 

Long incisions are made across the abdomen to access the liver. The precise location and size of the incision may vary based on the surgeon's approach. The diseased liver is removed, and the donor liver is placed inside the body. The patient's blood vessels and bile ducts are connected to the donor liver. Then the surgeon closes the incision using stitches and/or staples. The patient will be moved to the intensive care unit to begin recovery. 

The part of the liver obtained from a living donor is left in the patient's body, which regenerates rapidly and reaches the normal size in a couple of weeks.  

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Top destinations for liver transplant surgery in India

Many people prefer undergoing liver transplant surgery in India. The availability of experts, certified surgeons, advanced technology, and affordable prices attract many people to India from various parts of the world. Liver transplant in India is performed in the top hospitals, which are mainly located in cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai, etc. 

Liver transplant surgery cost in India

Liver transplant surgery costs in India ranges from about 30,000 – 35,000 USD. The cost of the surgery depends upon various factors such as expertise of the surgeon, hospital infrastructure, length of hospital stay, the facilities used, the location of the hospital, etc. 

Facilities for International Clients

  • Meets international standards of healthcare
  • Highly skilled, experienced surgeons
  • Advanced medical care facilities
  • Compassionate healthcare professional team
  • Hospitals fully equipped with superior technology
  • Comfortable, hassle-free stay
  • Personalized care and assistance throughout the visit

Liver transplant surgery in India along with excellent healthcare and patient experience, one can explore the rich heritage in the surrounding locality and experience the country's culture. 

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