The only centre under GNCTD performing Liver and Kidney transplants.

Anaesthesia & Critical Care

Anaesthesia & Critical Care

Department of Anaesthesia at Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences provides perioperative anaesthesia care for surgical and interventional procedures in the setting of operation theatres as well as in day care endoscopy and radiological procedures. The department is also actively involved in postoperative care of high risk surgical patients admitted to surgical and transplant intensive care units and also provides round the clock acute pain services for management of postoperative pain for patients discharged to surgical wards after their surgery.

Besides providing the the clinical services, the department of is also actively engaged in teaching and research activities. It has an active teaching program under which students are admitted to MCI recognised post-doctoral courses including DM and PDCC in transplant anaesthesia and critical care. The Department takes pride in its alumni who are all well placed and have been occupying positions of repute all over the world. The department since last 5 years have been successfully conducting a one day symposium for clinicians involved in conduct of anaesthesia and perioperative critical care for solid organ transplant recipients by the name of TRANCRIT which has become a much awaited event of the speciality. The Critical care division along with the hepatology department conducted the 1st National conference on Critical Care and Infection in Liver diseases which was a 3 day event with 6 parallel per conference workshops. The conference was a huge success including nursing college which had an overwhelming response for their Critical care workshop.

The Liver coma ICU and HDU was shifted to the new constructed Phase 2 of ILBS and made fully functional. The number of ICU beds now stands at 28 including four isolation rooms, while the number of HDU beds is now 16, including 2 isolation rooms. The ICU has acquired state of the art ventilators, non invasive cardiac monitoring devices and other equipments as per guidelines to provide the best patient care. Separate counselling room has been made so ensure privacy and facilitate video-conferencing.

Services Rendered

Services 2016 2017
Liver Transplant 92 88
Kidney Transplant 40 38
GI and Urology Surgeries besides Transplant 1216 916
Endoscopy Procedure 11175 26420
Radiology Suite Procedures 1148 915
Liver Coma ICU 1077 899
HDU 1054 1472
Liver Transplant ICU 174 191
Surgical ICU 903 853

Educational Activities

  • 6th Transplant Anaesthesia and Critical Care Symposium, TRANCRIT 2017,Date: 12th May 2017 1st National conference on Critical Care and Infection in Liver diseases, Date 24-26th January 2017.
  • 1st National conference on Critical Care and Infection in Liver diseases Date 24-26th January 2017.

Courses Offered

Name of the course Candidates

DM in Organ Transplant Anaesthesia and Critical Care

Dr Neha Tandon

Dr. Kelika Prakash

PDCC Liver transplant Anaesthesia and Critical Car PDCC Critical Care (Liver ICU)

Dr Sumit Gupta

Dr Kishore

Dr Atchaya Arun Kumar

Dr Udit Dhingra

Dr Harshita Om Prakash Singh

Dr Tanvi Meshram

Dr Geeta Rajput

Dr Vibha Goel

Dr Sudhir Kumar Bisherwal

Dr Shilpa Tiwari

Dr Shailesh Kumar Sahu

Dr. Ankur Sharma,Dr Md. Qurram Parvez

Department's Achievements

  • The department successfully conducted 6th Edition of TRANCRIT 2017.
  • Candidates enrolled in the DM Organ Transplant Anaesthesia and Critical Care have successfully completed the course.
  • The students who have successfully completed the academic programs from the Department of Anaesthesia have been successfully recruited to various centers of repute both nationally and internationally.

Visiting faculty – Year 2017

  • Dr Suman Lata, JIPMER Puducherry
  • Dr Kunal Singh,IGIMS, Patna
  • Dr. Nidhi Arun,IGIMS, Patna
  • Dr Shashank Dhiraj,IGIMS, Patna


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