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Dr. Anoop Ganjoo

Cardiac Surgeon

Educational Qualifications:

Examination/Degree Board/University Year
MBBS

(Graduate Medical Degree)

All India Institute

of Medical Sciences,

(AIIMS) New Delhi

December 1978
MS (General Surgery)

(Post Graduate Degree)

AIIMS, New Delhi May 1983
MCh (Cardiothoracic &

Vascular Surgery)

(Post Doctoral Degree)

AIIMS, New Delhi May 1987
Diplomate of National Board (DNB)

(Cardiothoracic Surgery)

National Board of

Board Examinations,

New Delhi

May 1990

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Senior Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon May 2003 to date

Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals

Sarita Vihar, New Delhi 110076

Senior Consultant Cardiac Surgeon May 2002 - April 2003

Batra Hospital & Medical Research Centre

Tughlakabad Institutional Area, New Delhi

Senior Consultant Cardiac Surgeon May 1999 - April 2002

National Heart Institute

East of Kailash, New Delhi

Senior Specialist & Chief Sept.1997 - April 2002

Dept. of Cardiothoracic Surgery

St. Stephen's Hospital, Tis Hazari, Delhi

Clinical Fellow, Cardiac Surgery with May 1994 - July 1996

Dr. W. Dudley Johnson,

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

Associate Professor, Cardiovascular & July 1993 - Aug. 1997

Thoracic Surgery, Sanjay Gandhi Post

Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences

Lucknow, UP

Assistant Professor at the above centre Jan. 1989 - June 1993

Lecturer, Cardiothoracic Surgery, July 1988 - Jan. 1989

Wanless Hospital, Miraj, Maharashtra

Cardiac Surgeon Feb. 1988 - July 1988

Safdarjang Hospital, New Delhi

Research Associate, Sree Chitra Tirunal Aug. 1987 - Feb. 1988

Institute for Medical Sciences & Technology

Trivandrum, Kerala

Staff Cardiac Surgeon Jan. 1987 - July 1987

National Heart Institute, New Delhi

Senior Resident, Cardiothoracic & Jan. 1984 - Jan. 1987

Vascular Surgery, AIIMS Hospital

New Delhi

Senior Resident, General Surgery July 1983 - Jan. 1984

AIIMS Hospital, New Delhi

Junior Resident, General Surgery July 1980 - June 1983

AIIMS Hospital, New Delhi

Junior Resident (House-Officer) Jan. 1980 - June 1980

Psychiatry, AIIMS Hospital, New Delhi

One year's rotating internship Jan. 1979 - Dec. 1979

AIIMS Hospital, New Delhi

PUBLICATIONS:

  1. AK Ganjoo, RK Panda, AS Kumar & KK Talwar. Chronic constrictive pericarditis with rheumatic mitral stenosis. Indian Heart J 1986 ; 38 : 158 - 9
  1. AK Ganjoo, U Kaul, KS Iyer, B Das, IM Rao, AS Kumar, B Airan, ML Sharma & P Venugopal. Direct current cardioversion for atrial fibrillation after mitral valve replacement. Indian Heart J 1987 ; 39 : 312 - 7
  1. DN Srivastava, RK Gupta, P Tandon, AK Ganjoo & SK Aggarwal. Primary pulmonary neurofibroma - diagnosis with ultrasound guided fine needle aspiration cytology. J Chest Dis & Allied Sci 1991; 33: 207 - 11
  1. VK Gupta, AK Ganjoo & J Thomas. An unusual foreign body in oesophagus. Indian J Surgery 1992 ; 54 : 230
  1. G Rajkumar, SV Singh, A Bapat & AK Ganjoo. Partial venous bypass for surgery of hypernephroma extending into inferior vena cava. Indian J Extracorporeal Technology 1993;4 :10-13
  1. P Ganjoo, A Maheshwari, KC Pant, AK Ganjoo & PK Singh. Monitored protamine infusion for heparin neutralisation in open heart surgery. Indian J Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery 1993; 9 : 103 - 6
  1. S Shah, A Shah, E Bhatia & AK Ganjoo. Addisonian crisis following pericardiectomy. Cardiovascular Surgery 1994 ; 2 : 646-8
  1. MK Singhal, R Jha, SK Agarwal, AK Ganjoo, P Arora, A Gupta, RK Sharma & V Kher. Uremic pericarditis : prevention of complications. J Nephrology 1995 ; 8 : 113 - 7
  1. AK Ganjoo & WD Johnson. Modified mid-sternotomy approach for exposure of left internal mammary artery and the circumflex artery territory. J Card Surgery 1996 ; 11 : 163 - 4
  1. AK Ganjoo & WD Johnson. Cardioprotective effects of ischemic preconditioning (letter). J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996 ; 111 : 208
  1. AK Ganjoo, WD Johnson, RT Gordon, DP Jain, GE Lang & CS Vijayshankar. Tricuspid papillary fibroelastoma causing syncopal episodes.J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996;112: 551- 3
  1. AK Ganjoo, MG Harloff & WD Johnson. Cardiopulmonary bypass for heparin induced thrombocytopenia : management with a heparin bonded circuit and enoxaparin. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1996; 112: 1390-2
  1. K Schmahl, AK Ganjoo & MG Harloff. Orgaran (Org 10172) for cardiopulmonary bypass in heparin induced thrombocytopenia: Role of adjunctive plasmapheresis (letter). J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth 1997;11:262-4
  1. AK Ganjoo. "Heartflip" technique for exposure of circumflex territory (letter). Ann Thorac Surg 1997; 64: 285
  1. AK Ganjoo. Outcome of atrial fibrillation after mitral valve repair (letter). J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 1998; 115:485
  1. AK Srivastava, S Garg & AK Ganjoo. Approach for mitral valve surgery: Right anterolateral thoracotomy or median sternotomy ? J Heart Valve Dis 1998;7:370-5
  1. A Chandra, L Kapoor, AK Ganjoo & R Bajaj. Poor outcome following pericardiectomy for postirradiation constrictive pericarditis (letter). Asian Cardiovasc & Thorac Annals 1998; 6:239
  1. RK Singh, M Shahi, A Kapoor & AK Ganjoo. Results of Direct Current cardioversion in patients of chronic rheumatic atrial fibrillation on amiodarone therapy. J Internal Medicine of India 1999; 2:11-15
  1. AK Srivastava, AK Ganjoo, B Mishra, T Chatterjee, A Kapoor & CM Pandey. Subtotal pericardiectomy via sternotomy for constrictive pericarditis. Asian Cardiovasc & Thorac Annals 2000;8:134-6
  1. WD Johnson, AK Ganjoo, CD Stone, RC Srivyas & M Howard. The left atrial appendage: our most lethal human attachment! Surgical implications. Eur J Cardiothorac Surg 2000;17:718-22
  1. SP Ambesh, M Chattopadhyaya, PV Saxena, TS Mahant & AK Ganjoo. Combined use of isoflurane and sodium nitroprusside during active rewarming on cardiopulmonary bypass: a prospective, comparative study. J Postgrad Med. 2000;46:253-7
  1. AK Ganjoo A novel approach to the prevention of thromboembolism in atrial fibrillation. Tex Heart Inst J. 2001;28:163
  1. C Chatterji, J Singh, AK Ganjoo & P Ghosh. Common atrium with severe mitral regurgitation. Annals of Cardiac Anaesthesia2004
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