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Dr Pradeep Jain - Gastroenterology and Hepatobiliary Surgery
Expert
Dr Pradeep Jain :- Chief of Department of GI and GI Oncology, Bariatric & Minimal Access
Surgery at Action Cancer Hospital & Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute, New Delhi.
Dr. Pradeep Jain is one of the most experienced cancer surgeons in India specializing in Gastroenterology surgery
including pancreas, liver, bariatric, laparoscopic colorectal and laparoscopic oncology surgery.

Dr. Pradeep Jain is an acclaimed doctor in GI, GI Once and Minimal Invasive Surgery.
He was also the departmental head of Fortis Healthcare in the department of Laparoscopic, GI and GI Oncology
Surgery. The department of Laparoscopic GI, GI Onco surgery and Bariatric surgery in Fortis Healthcare, is one and
only department in the whole Delhi city and National Capital Region which has been offering full Spectrum of
Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Pancreatic surgery with the aid of invasive techniques.

http://www.drpradeepjain.in

Dr Pradeep Jain has done his M.S (Surgery) and M.Ch in Gastrointestinal and
Hepatobiliary Surgery.
He graduated from Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi and completed his MS (General
Surgery) from Maulana Azad Medical College and LNJP Hospital.Dr Pradeep Jain has done his
M.Ch (Gastroenterology & Hepatobiliary Pancreatic Surgery) from G.B.Pant Hospital. Dr.
Pradeep Jain, also achieved a Landmark Victory in Minimal Invasive Surgery (whipples) for
Pancreatic Cancer in Delhi.
Dr. Pradeep Jain is trained in all progressive Laparoscopic Procedure and has a keen interest
in the field of Hepatobillary Pancreatic and Bariatric Surgery. He is also named as the trouble
shooter in the field of surgery..

Dr. Pradeep Jain continues to aspire to clinical excellence in all of his surgical practices. This
means continuing his work fighting against gastrointestinal cancer by performing laparoscopic
cancer surgery of the entire gastrointestinal tract when necessary. He also continues
performing and improving on many routine surgical procedures, including the following:

* RADICAL GASTRECTOMIES
RETEROPERITONEAL TUMORS

* SURGERY FOR

* RADICAL COLECTOMIES
ONCOSURGERIES

* ALL GASTROINTESTINAL

* RADICAL ESOPHAGECTOMIES
HYPERTENSION

* SURGERY FOR PORTAL

* PANCREATIC RESECTIONS
COLITIS

* SURGERY FOR ULCERATIVE

* LIVER RESECTIONS

In addition to these, Dr Pradeep Jain will also be continuing his work and experience building in
many different types of Advanced Laparoscopic Surgeries such as the following :
*ANTERIOR RESECTIONS
SURGERY FOR MORBID OBESITY

*LAPAROSCOPIC

*APPENDICECTOMY

*RECTOPEXY

*CHOLECYSTECTOMY
PERITONEAL HERNIA REPAI

*TOTAL EXTRA

*COLECTOMY
NECROSECTOMY

*PANCREATIC

*COMMON BILE DUCT EXPLORATION

*HELLER'S MYOTOMY

*CYSTOGASTROSTOMY

*FUNDOPLICATION

*DISTAL PANCREATECTEMY

*ESOPHAGECTOMY

To Book Your Appointment Call – 9810076517

For More Details Visit Our Website-

http://www.drpradeepjain.in


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