Dr. Sarbeswar Sahariah

Dr. Sarbeswar Sahariah
Urologist, Hyderabad

MBBS, MS, MAMS, FICS, FACS

  • 1 Hospital
Performed about 5000 surgeries for vascular access for haemodialysis which includes arteriovenous shunts, arteriovenous fistula, implantation of vascular grafts and placements of peritoneal catheter for continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis for patients with kidney failure.
  • Has performed or assisted in performing eight Cadaver Kidney Transplant operations during his stay at the P.G.I. Chandigarh.
  • Have so far performed more than 3000 Kidney Transplant operations at various centers in the country, this includes more than 1000 operations performed at Mahavir Hospital & Research Centre, Hyderabad, which is a charitable organization.
  • Has performed enblock renal transplantation from an 18 month old cadaver donor considered being the youngest cadaver donor in the country. Has successfully transplanted two kidneys from a 78 year old cadaver donor considered to be the oldest cadaver donor in the country.

Experience

Chief Transplant Surgeon & Urologist, KIMS Hospital, Secunderabad, Hyderabad

Specialities

  • Urology

  • Kidney Transplantation

Expertise

Education

  • MS, MAMS, FICS, FACS

Practice Information

KIMS Hospitals, Secunderabad

KIMS Hospitals, Secunderabad

1 - 8 - 31/1, Minister Road, Secunderabad, Hyderabad, Telangana - 500003

MON - SAT

10:00 AM - 04:00 PM

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • Underwent training in Experimental Transplantation and Transplantation Immunology at Tokai University School of medicine, Japan.
  • Participated in the International Transplant observer ship programme at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, USA in 2009.
  • Research Projects for Postgraduate Thesisa)Role of high speed pneumatic drill biopsy in palpable lesions of breast.b) Effect of single dose of Radioactive Iodine on the thyroid function of locally bred rats.
  • Has done extensive work in the field of Pancreatic transplantation for diabetes in experimental animals both in India and abroad.
  • Developed the techniques of islet and segmental pancreatic transplantation and published several papers.  
  • He secured bronze medal in the M.S. (Surgery) examination at the Postgraduate Medical Institute, Chandigarh in 1975.
  • Awarded Fellowship of the International College of Surgeons in the field of Surgery and Organ transplant in recognition of services in the field of organ transplantation.
  • Awarded membership of the National Academy of Medical Sciences, New Delhi in 1979.
  • Awarded fellowship of the American College of Surgeons which is considered as one of the most reputed surgical society in the world (1983).
  • Dr. A. Lakshmi Kiran, Dr. S. Sahariah, V. Vijayalaxmi, P. P. Reddy, Dr. KJR Murthy. The influences of crossmatches in the renal graft outcome. Annual Scientific Meeting of ASEATTA meet held at ARCBS-NSW Blood Bank, Sydney, Australia (1997).
  • Dr.A.Lakshmi Kiran, Dr. S. Sahariah, V. Vijayalaxmi, P. P. Reddy, Dr. KJR Murthy. Renal Transplantation from related donors & Living unrelated donors. Annual Scientific Meeting of ASEATTA meet held at ARCBS-NSW Blood Bank, Sydney, Australia. (1997).
  • Dr. A. Lakshmi Kiran, Dr. S. Sahariah, V. Vijayalaxmi, P. P. Reddy, Dr. KJR Murthy. Correlation of histocompatibility testing by MLR and Serology in renal transplantation. Annual Scientific Meeting of ASEATTA meet held at ARCBS-NSW Blood Bank, Sydney, Australia. (1997).
  • Dr. A. Lakshmi Kiran, Dr. S. Sahariah, V. Vijayalaxmi, P.P.Reddy, Dr. KJR Murthy. A study on histocompatibility testing by serology, MLR Genotyping in renal transplantation. Annual Scientific Meeting of ASEATTA meet heldin AIIMS, New Delhi. (1998).
  • Dr. A. Lakshmi Kiran, Dr. S. Sahariah, V. Vijayalaxmi, P. P. Reddy, Dr. KJR Murthy. Histocompatibility testing by serology, cellular and genotyping in renal transplantation. Annual International Congress on Immunology held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. (1998).
  • Dr. A. Lakshmi Kiran, Dr. S. Sahariah, V. Vijayalaxmi, Dr. KJR Murthy. Cross Matching consideration in renal transplantation. VII Annual Conference of Indian Society of Organ Transplantation, held at Hyderabad. (1994).
  • Dr. A. Lakshmi Kiran, Dr. S. Sahariah, V. Vijayalaxmi, KS. Ratnakar, Dr. KJR Murthy. The effect of Pretransplant blood transfusions in renal graft survival. Annual conference of Indian Immunology Society held at JNU, New Delhi. (1995).
  • Dr. A.L akshmi Kiran, Dr. S. Sahariah, V. Vijayalaxmi, Dr. KJR Murthy. Influence of allogeneic cells in immune modulation of renal graft. IX Annual Conference of Indian Society of Organ Transplantation, Madras. (1997).
  • Dr. A. Lakshmi Kiran, Dr. S. Sahariah, V. Vijayalaxmi, P. P. Reddy, Dr. KJR Murthy. Non specific multiple transfusions in the immunological risk assessment in renal transplantation. Annual conference of EMSI, Mar 18-20, held at Mysore. (1998).
  • Dr. A. Lakshmi Kiran, Dr. S. Sahariah, V. Vijayalaxmi, P. P. Reddy, Dr. KJR Murthy. Clinical and genetic epidemiology in end stage renal disease. DAE Symposium held at Madras. Mar 23-26, (1998).
  • Life member of the Indian Society of Nephrology.
  • Life member of Association of Surgeons of India.
  • Life Associate member of Urological Society of India.
  • Life member of Asian Society of Transplantation.
  • Life member of Indian Society of Organ Transplantation.
  • Life member of Transplant Society of India.
  • Life member of Indian Medical Association.