Dr. Udgeath Dhir
Dr. Udgeath operated around 7500 cases in the tenure of eleven years. He is formally trained by Dr. Taweseeak for Rheumatic Mitral valve repair at Central Chest Institute, Bangkok and recently got trained for TAVI. He has been associated with Escorts Heart Institute & Research Centre, New Delhi. His last association was with Medanta- The Medicity, Gurgaon as Senior Consultant- CTVS. Dr. Dhir has performed many bypass surgeries in the last 14 years and known as one of the best heart surgeon in Delhi and Gurgaon.
Dr. Udgeath Dhir is a member in several associations like International Member of Society of Thoracic Surgeons(STS), European Association of Cardio Thoracic Surgeons(EACTS) & International Society of Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery(ISMICS). Dr. Dhir has published papers in the leading journals & authored chapters in Cardiac Surgery text books. Dr. Udgeath Dhir has been awarded the Best Paper Presentation at International Coronary Congress.
Dr. Dhir performs all variety of Adult Cardiac Surgery with special interests in Total Arterial Bypass Surgery, Minimally Invasive Valvular, Coronary & Congenital heart Surgery, Heart Failure Surgery, Ventricular Assist Devices & Cardiac Transplant, Arrythmia Surgery . His vast experience in the field of Cardiothoracic and Vascular surgery places him amongst the best cardiac surgeon in Gurgaon and Delhi NCR region.
- Masters in surgery from King George Medical University.
- M.CH from Sanjay Gandhi PGI, Lucknow
- G.B. Pant hospital as a senior resident in cardiac surgery
- Escorts Heart Institute as a senior resident
- Senior Consultant in Cardiac surgery at Medanta The Medicity
- Member of International Society of minimally invasive cardiac surgery (ISMICS)
- International member of European association of cardiothoracic surgery (EACTS)
- Member of society of thoracic surgery (STS)
- Total arterial bypass surgery
- Minimal invasive Valvular, Coronary & congenital heart surgery
- Heart failure surgery
- Best paper award for CABG in severe left ventricular dysfunction at International coronary congress