Dr. Bipin B Vibhute ,MBBS, DNB - General Surgery - DNB, MNAMS, FMS, DHM, MBA (NIBM), Fellowship in Liver Transplant & HPB Surgery - Try Second Opinion

Dr. Bipin B Vibhute ,MBBS, DNB – General Surgery – DNB, MNAMS, FMS, DHM, MBA (NIBM), Fellowship in Liver Transplant & HPB Surgery

Profile and Area of Expertise

Dr. Bipin Vibhute was born in a small village Madgule, Atpadi, Sangli and completed his education at prestigious institutes in Chennai, Kerala, and Kolhapur.

He came back to Maharashtra and Joined Sahyadri Hospital Deccan Gymkhana in 2016 and started the Organ transplant program, which is currently the 3rd largest organ transplant center in India. The center has performed more than 180 liver transplants and maximum simultaneous kidney-pancreas transplants at Sahyadri hospitals in less than 3 years and is also awarded by NOTTO ( National organ tissue & transplant organization Delhi).

He started his transplant career at Apollo Chennai where he worked in a team and contributed to almost 800+ transplants over the period of 8 years which included Liver, kidney, pancreas, and small bowel transplants.

He is the first to start free liver Transplant in India for pediatric patients for age up to 12 yrs and EMI for liver transplant patients and the Highest simultaneous kidney-pancreas transplantation in Maharashtra.

He came back to Maharashtra and Joined Sahyadri Hospital Deccan Gymkhana in 2016 and started the Organ transplant program, which is currently the 3rd largest organ transplant center in India. The center has performed more than 250 liver transplants and maximum simultaneous kidney-pancreas transplants at Sahyadri hospitals in less than 3 years and is also awarded by NOTTO ( National organ tissue & transplant organization Delhi).

He is first to start free Liver Transplant in India for pediatric patients for age up to 12 yrs and EMI for liver transplant patients and Highest simultaneous kidney-pancreas transplantation in Maharashtra.

Currently, he is expanding his transplant program all over Maharashtra with the motto of providing organ transplants in every corner of Maharashtra at an affordable cost and at an accessible destination.

His achievements are unparalleled and that too at such young of 41 years.

Area of Expertise :

  • deceased donor liver transplant & Living donor liver transplant, combined kidney-pancreas transplant, complex HPB surgeries in both adults & children.
  • Liver Transplantation including Living (LDLT) & Deceased Donor Liver transplantation (DDLT)
  • Kidney transplantation
  • Combined Liver – Kidney Transplantation
  • Small Bowel Transplantation
  • Simultaneous Kidney- Pancreas transplantation
  • Modified multi-visceral transplantation
  • Isolated Small Bowel Transplantation
  • Complex HPB procedures
Experience (Current Position & Previous Positions)

Current Position:

  • Program Director of the Center for Organ Transplants, Sahyadri Hospitals ( Pune, Nashik & Karad )

Previous Position:

  • Transplant Surgeon at Apollo, Chennai
Education & Certificates
  • MBBS, DNB – General Surgery – DNB, MNAMS, FMS, DHM, MBA (NIBM), Fellowship in Liver Transplant & HPB Surgery
Awards
  • “Youth icon of Pune” from Times of India in 2018
  • “Best organ Transplant hospital in Maharashtra” by Navbharat award in 2018
  • “Guinness world record of maximum organ donation pledge in 8 hrs” in Aug 2018
  • “London world book record” in Feb 2019
  • “Icon of health” award in 2018 holds the record of the smallest baby of 7 months to the oldest recipient of 71 year successfully transplanted in Pune.

Noble Achievements:

  • He was active team member of Asia’s first successful en-block heart-liver transplantation
  • Has the maximum experience in-situ split liver transplants
  • Was involved in five consecutive liver transplants in less than 24 hrs.
  • Has the most experience with simultaneous kidney-pancreas transplants in India,
  • Was involved in Asia’s first successful ischiopygopagus separation
  • Has been involved with the maximum numbers of Deceased Donor Domino Liver transplantation, Modified Multivisceral & Small Bowel Transplantation.
Publications & Presentations
  • Liver Retrieval from Brain‑Dead Kidney Transplant Recipient – Expanding the Organ Pool ‑ A Case Report
  • Epitheloid Angiosarcoma of Liver: A Hanging Tumour
  • Large Duodenal Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumour Invading the Pancreas- A Masquerader for Pancreatic Head Mass
  • Story of Dying Inferior Vana Cava and Saviour Azygous- Inferior Vana Cava Thrombosis and Azygous Continuity in Deceased Donor Liver Transplant
  • Superior Mesenteric Vein Thrombosis in Acute Abdomen with Underlying Left Paraduodenal Hernia: An Unusual Intraoperative Finding
  • SUPERIOR MESENTERIC VEIN THROMBOSIS IN ACUTE ABDOMEN WITH UNDERLYING LEFT PARADUODENAL HERNIA: AN UNUSUAL INTRAOPERATIVE FINDING.
  • Determinants of outcome following hepatectomy by evaluating prognostic significance of different scoring systems
  • Initial Poor Function and Primary Nonfunction in Deceased-Donor Orthotopic Liver Transplantation Maintaining Short Cold Ischemic Time: What Is the Influence of Poor Donor Maintenance? Notes From a Single Indian Center
  • Multivisceral transplant: First of its kind in India
  • Simultaneous kidney–pancreas transplant for type Ⅱ diabetes mellitus with end-stage renal disease
  • In situ split liver transplant for two adult recipients: A single centres initial experience
  • Role of Quantiferon TB Test in Identifying Patients at Risk For Reactivation of Tuberculosis in Liver Transplant Recipients in an Endemic Setting.: Abstract# 1341
  • Quantiferon TB Test – Does It Have a Role in Identifying Patients at Risk for Reactivation of Tuberculosis in Liver Transplant Recipients: A Study from an Endemic Country
  • Deceased Donor Liver Transplantation in India: Current Challenges and Solutions.
  • Extended Hepataectomy after Sequential Trans Arterial Chemoembolization and Portal Vein Embolization: Initial Experience
  • 014 INVASIVE FUNGAL INFECTIONS IN LIVER TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS: AN INSTITUTIONAL PROFILE
  • Initial Poor Function and Primary Nonfunction in Deceased-Donor Orthotopic Liver Transplantation Maintaining Short Cold Ischemic Time: What Is the Influence of Poor Donor Maintenance? Notes From a Single Indian Center
Memberships
  • Life Member Maharashtra Medical Council (MMC)
  • Life member of Indian Society of Organ Transplantation (ISOT)
  • Member of Association of Surgeons of India (ASI)
  • Member of Association minimal access surgery (AMAS)
  • Member of Indian Association of Gastro-endosurgery (IAGeS)
  • Member of Indian Association of Colorectal Surgery (IACS)
  • Member of Association of Surgical Gastroenterology (ASG)
  • Member of National Academy of Medical Sciences (NAMS)
Languages

English, Hindi, Marathi

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