Appointment

Dr. Vishal Saxena – Fortis Memorial Research Institute

Nephrology & Renal Transplant

Additional Director

Dr. Vishal Saxena is a graduate of Institute of Medical Sciences(IMS), Banaras Hindu University(BHU) and did his Nephrology training from Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals (National Board of Examination) in 2005. Prior to joining Fortis Gurgaon as senior Consultant, he was working as Consultant Nephrologist at Medanta the Medicity. He has over 9 years of experience in his field and is considered one of the best kidney doctor in Gurgaon and Delhi NCR region.

Work Experience:

Dr. Vishal Saxena is a graduate of Institute Of Medical Sciences(IMS), Benaras Hindu University(BHU) and did his Nephrology training from Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals (National Board Of Examination) in 2005. Prior to joining Fortis Gurgaon as senior Consultant, he was working as Consultant Nephrologist at Medanta the Medicity.

Professional Memberships:

  • Delhi Nephrology Society
  • Indian Society of Organ Transplant
  • Indian Society of Nephrology
  • Formerly Member of European Dialysis & Transplant association

Speciality Interests:

  • Renal Transplantation including ABO incompatible transplants
  • Primary glomerular diseases
  • Critical care Nephrology
  • Chronic Kidney Disease

Research Experience :

  • Renal transplantation across ABO barrier
  • P. N. Gupta, S. Pokhariyal, S. Bansal, S. Jain, V. Saxena, R. Sharma, M. Jain, P. Jha, S.K. Sethi, P. Ghosh, A. Tewari, R. Ahlawat, V. Kher
  • Indian Journal of Nephrology 05/2013; 23(3):214-6.
  • Steroid Free Transplant in a Living Donor Kidney Transplant Programme
  • S. B. Bansal, S. Pokhariyal, S. Jain, V. Saxena, R. Ahlawat, V. Kher, P. Ghosh
  • Transplantation 11/2012; 94(10S):314
  • Comparison of azathioprine with mycophenolate mofetil in a living donor kidney transplant programme
  • S. B. Bansal, V. Saxena, S. Pokhariyal, P. Gupta, V. Kher, R. Ahlawat, M. Singhal, S. Gulati
  • Indian Journal of Nephrology 10/2011; 21(4):258-63.
  • Cardiovascular evaluation in renal transplant recipients: A preliminary study
  • P. N. Gupta, S. Bansal, V. Saxena, S. Jain, S. Pokhariyal, R. Sharma, M. Jain, R. Goel, V. Kher July 2011
  • Evaluation of cardiac risk assessment in living kidney donor surgery
  • R. Goel, S. Pokhariyal, S. Jain, S. Bansal, V. Saxena, R. Sharma, M. Jain, P. N. Gupta, V. Kher
  • Indian Journal of Transplantation, Vol. 5, Issue 3, Supplement, Pages 119-160 (July – September 2011)
  • Steroid free immunosuppression in kidney transplantation: a useful alternative
  • S. Gulati, V. Saxena, S. Pokhariyal, M. Singhal, S. B. Bansal, R. Sharma, R. Ahlawat, V. Kher December 2010
  • Successful treatment of recurrent FSGS post kidney transplant with plasmapheresis and rituximab – A report of 2 cases
  • M. Singhal, S. B. Bansal, V. Saxena, S. Pokhariyal, S. Gulati, R. Ahlawat, V. Kher December 2010
  • Steroid free immunosuppression in children – a pilot study
  • P. N. Gupta, S. Gulati, V. Saxena, S. Pokhariyal, R. Ahlawat, V. Kher December 2010
  • Changing spectrum of infections in renal transplant recipients
  • V. Saxena, S. Pokhariyal, S. B. Bansal, M. Singhal, S. Gulati, A. Kumar, R. Ahlawat, V. Kher December 2010
  • Steroid free immunosuppression in kidney transplantation: Initial experience in Asian Indian population: 980

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