Dr Avinash Tank

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Profile

  • Dr Avinash Tank, is a super-specialist (MCh) Laparoscopic Gastro-intestinal Surgeon, who has in-depth knowledge of disease of digestive organ and their treatment. He has been trained at most prestigious centre of country (SGPGIMS) & Abroad (Japan & South Korea).
  • He is the recipient of many awards at various prestigious international and national conferences.
  • He is having experience of more than a decade & more than thousand surgeries to treat all surgical disease (like Obesity, Stone & Cancer) of Liver, Gall-bladdder, & Gastro-intestinal organs by laparoscopic approach (Key Hole Surgery) & open approach.
  • Being an active member of Prestigious International Surgical Societies, he remains update on advances in treatment and had delivered international quality results for his patients at home.

International Conferences Presentations

  1. 15th International Fedaration for Surgery of Obesity & Metabolic disorder, IFSO 2010 (California) 3rd to 7th September 2010. “Single Incision Trans-umbilical Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy: Early results from India. (Co-Author).
  2. 15th International Federation for Surgery of Obesity & Metabolic disorder, IFSO 2010 (California). A modified duodenal switch technique. Early results from India. (Co-Author).
  3. 27th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery – ASMBS 2010 (Las Vegas) 21st to 26th June 2010.” Gastric Imbrication for Morbid Obesity: Early result of New Technique. (Co-Author).
  4. 110th Japanese Surgical Society meeting – JSS 2010 (Nagoya), 8th to 10th April 2010. “Omental flap reduces pancreatic anastomotic leak related mortality following pancreatico-duodenectomy.
  5. GASTRO 2009 – UEGW/WCOG" (London), 21st to 25th November 2009 : “Shunt surgery for hypersplenism in Extra-Hepatic Portal Vein Obstruction (EHPVO) also relieves portal biliopathy”.
  6. 43rd World Congress of Surgery of the International Surgical Society (ISW 2009), Adelaide (Australia), 6th to 10th September 2009. “Risk factors for mortality following pancreatico-duodenectomy”.
  7. 8th Congress of European Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association (EHPBA) 2009, Athens (Greece), June 2009. “Post pancreatico-duodenectomy pancreatitis: Predictors and outcome”.
  8. 11th World Congress of Gastro-intestinal Cancer (WCGC) 2009, Barcilona (Spain), June 2009. “Adjuvant therapy for ampullary carcinoma”
  9. In 5th Conference of the Indian Chapter of International Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association (IHPBA) 2009, at Banglore, Presented poster on “Outcome of pancreatico-duodenectomy for benign disease”
  10. 8th World Congress of the International Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association (IHPBA) 2008 at Bombay, India. Presented poster on “Eighty consecutive pancreatico-duodenectomies without mortality”.
  11. 4th Conference of the Indian Chapter of International Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association (IHPBA) 2007, Lucknow, India. Received first prize for poster “65 consecutive pancreatico-duodenectomies without mortality”
  12. 4th Conference of the Indian Chapter of International Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association (IHPBA) 2007, Lucknow, India. “Donor Safety profile in living related liver transplantation : SGPGI experience”.

International Conference Participation

  1. The IASGO- IASG Advanced Course in HPB & Liver Transplant Surgery for Cancer, held on14th & 15 th July 2012 at Gurgaon ( New Delhi)

National Conferences Presentations

  1. 4th Certificate Course in Hepato-Biliary & Pancreatic Surgery, held on 19-24th March 2012, Presented Faculty Lecture on “Management of Jaundice for Palliation”
  2. 17th National Conference of the Indian Association of Surgical Gastroenterology (IASG) 2008 at Chennai, presented oral paper on “ Post pancreatico-duodenectomy pancreatitis: Predictors and outcome”.
  3. 16th National Conference of the Indian Association of Surgical Gastroenterology (IASG) 2007, at AIIMS, New Delhi, presented paper on “ Re-admissions after pancreaticoduodenectomies: Predictors and outcome”.
  4. 15th National Conference of the Indian Association of Surgical Gastroenterology (IASG) held at SGPGIMS, Lucknow on 2006, presented paper on “Management of gastrointestinal fistula in acute severe pancreatitis”.

National Conferences Participation

  1. Mid Term Conference of IASG (Indian Society of Surgical Gastroenterology), on “Update in Digestive Diseases” held on 10-13 January 2013 at Ahmedabad as a Chairperson in Endoscopic & Laparoscopic Workshop.
  2. Laparoscpic Knotting & Suturing Workshop organized by IAGES (Indian Association of Gastro-intestinal Endo-Surgeons)-West Zone, held on 20-21ST October 2012 at Ahmedabad.
  3. 10th Binnial National Congress of IAGES (Indian Association of Gastro-intestinal Endo-Surgeons), held on 16-19th February, 2012 at Ahmedabad.
  4. Mid-term OSSICON (Obesity & Metabolic Surgery Society of India), held on 15-16th October 2010 at Ahmedabad.
  5. 28th National Conference of Association of Colon & Rectum Surgeon of India, ACRSICON 2005, held on 4-9th October, 2005 at Lucknow.
  6. 1st North Zone Conference of Indian Society of Oncology & Operative Surgery Video Workshop, held on 7-8 April, 2001 at Jaipur.

State Level Conferences Presentations

  1. Annual Conference of Association of Surgeons of India (Gujarat Chapter), GUJSURGCON 2011, held on 19-20th November 2011 at Ahmedabad, as a Chairperson for “Symposium on Acute Abdomen”
  2. UP State Chapter of Indian Gastroenterology Conference (UPISGCON) 2008, at Kanpur, presented poster on “Resectional Surgery in Achalasia Cardia”.
  3. Annual Conference of Association of Surgeons of India (Rajasthan Chapter), ASIRAJ 2002, held on 9-10th november 2002 at Jaipur, presented Paper “Necrotising Fasciitis: An Experience of 45 Cases”
  4. Annual Conference of Association of Surgeons of India (Rajasthan Chapter), ASIRAJ 2002, held on 9-10th november 2002 at Jaipur, presented Paper “Surgical Emergencies of Geriatric Cases: Retrospective Study.
  5. RAJASICON (Annual Conference of Rajasthan State Chapter of ASI (Association of Surgeon of India), held on 24-25th November, 2001 at Kota, presented Paper on “Role of Tube Caecostomy in Primary Left Colonic Anastomosis in Emergency Surgery.

Symposium/Workshop/CME participation

  1. “Mater Class in Liver Disease: HPB Oncology”, held on 7-8th Decomber 2012 at Chennai.
  2. “Liver Update 2012: Colorectal Metastasis from Colorectal Cancer”, held on 7th October, 2012 at Ahmedabad.
  3. “Professional Affair & Clinical Educational (PACE) Hernia Programme”, held on 7-8th March 2011 at New Delhi.
  4. “Liver Update 2011: Multidisciplinary Approach to Liver Cancer”, held on 10-11 Sept 2011 at Ahmedabad
  5. “Workshop on Research Methodology & Scientific Communication, organised as a part of 15th National Conference of IASG, held on 8th October 2006 at Lucknow.
  6. 13th “Surgical Gastroenterology Week, Theme: Disease of Pancreas”, held on 24-26th March 2006 at Lucknow.
  7. 12th “Surgical Gastroenterology Week, Theme: Problem in Surgical Gastroenterology-Algorithmic Approach”:, held on 30th Jan- 1st February 2004 at Lucknow.
  8. 11th “Surgical Gastroenterology Week, Theme: Complications in Surgical Gastroenterology”:, held on 14-16Feb 2003 at Lucknow.
  9. 5th SR Naik Memorial Workshop on Computers & Informatics in Medicine, held on 30-31st August, 2008 at Lucknow
  10. “International Cancer Conference on Colorectal & Breast Cancer, held on 30-31st March 2002 at Delhi. (8 CME points awarded by Delhi Medical Council)
  11. “Workshop in Laparoscopic Surgery” held on 5th December 1999 at JLN Medical College, Ajmer, Rajasthan
  12. “CME on Breast Disease”, held on 17th October, 1999 at JLN Medical College, Ajmer, Rajasthan.

Scholarship / Awards

  1. United European Gastroenterology Federation (UEGF) Council has awarded “International Scholarship” to attend 16th United European gastroenterology week on October 2008 at Vienna, Austria.
  2. Research Award by various societies for presentation of clinical research.
    1. Japan Surgical Society (JSS) 2010, Nagoya, Japan
    2. Gastro 2009 / UEGW, London
    3. European Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association (EHPBA) 2009, Athens, Greece
    4. World Congress of Gastrointestinal Cancer (WCGC) 2009, Barcelona, Spain
    5. IHPBA, Indian Chapter 2009, Banglore, India

Fellowship

  1. Living related Liver Transplantation, at Asan Medical Centre, Seoul, South Korea. I had experience regarding treatment of Liver diseases, including Liver transplantation, advanced surgery for liver & laparoscopic liver resectional surgery.
  2. “Liver-Pancreato-Biliary Surgery fellowship” at Department of Gastroenterolgoy surgery, Nagoya University, Japan. Where I had an opportunity to observe and assist the extended liver resection for hilar cholangio carcinoma and segmental resection for Liver cancer and extended pancreatico-duodenectomy (vascular resection).

Publication

  1. Resectional surgery in achalasia cardia: Avinash Kumar Tank, Ashok Kumar, TLVD Prasad,Rajneesh Kumar Singh, Rajan Saxena, Vinay Kumar Kapoor. International Journal of Surgery, 2009 Apr;7(2):155-8. Epub 2009 Feb 6. doi 10.1016.j.ijsu.2008.11.006.
  2. Re-admissions after pancreatico-duodenectomies: Predictors and outcome: J GI Surg (Submitted).
  3. Eighty consecutive pancreatico-duodenectomies without mortality: Tropical Gastroenterology (Submitted)

Society Membership

Obesity Surgery
www.ifso.com
International Federation of Surgery for Obesity (IFSO)
www.obesity-india.com

obesity & Metabolic Surgery Society of India (OSSI)

Laparoscopic Surgery
www.sages.org

Society of American Gastro-intestinal Endoscopic surgeon (SAGES)

IAGES

Indian Association of Gastro-Endoscopic Surgeon (IAGES)

ASI

Association of Surgeon of India (ASI)

Liver & Gastro-Intestinal Surgery
IHPBA

International Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association (IHPBA)

IASG

Indian Association of Surgical Gastroenterology (IASG)


IHPBA

Asia/Pacific Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association (A-HPBA)

SSAT

The Society for Surgery of Alimentary Tract (SSAT)

ISG

Indian Society of Gastroenterology (ISG)

Cancer Surgery
ISGIO

International Society of Gastrointestinal Oncology (ISGIO)

European Society of Digestive Oncology (ESDO)

European Society of Digestive Oncology (ESDO)

Medical Degree Registration

  1. Rajasthan Medical Council
  2. Medical Council of India
  3. Gujarat Medical Council

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Media

FEBRUARY 2013
Laparoscopy: Small Incisions, Major Surgeries

People rarely get a single organ disease so that the concerned specialist may operate on the part and cure the patient. Most patients have multiple organ problems, and treating them during a single surgery is possible when a team of different specialists work together to achieve relief and comfort for the patient. GI surgeon Dr Avinash Tank removed Gall Stones, Urologists Dr C P Garg and Dr Kartik Shah removed a kidney which had a tumour, in a single surgical procedure with small incisions. Needless to mention that this was possible only because of the full support of the the operating room and the ward staff nurses...!

OCTOBER 2012
A Victim of Bad Luck

Javed had cancer and constipation was is main symptom. He underwent diagnosis and treatment in the nor-mal way, first he consulted his family physician, who treated him and referred him to a surgeon. The surgeon prescribed even stronger laxatives but Javed was not better. Later he was treated by a Gastroenterologist, who did endoscopic examination failed to diagnose. Javed’s cancer kept on growing. Then when he underwent a second endoscopic examination it was found that he would need another opening for passing stools. That was a very drastic verdict for Javed and family. They worried about it while his condition worsened, Finally Gastroenterologist Dr Avinash Tank treated with emergency surgery.

15 FEBRUARY 2011
Bariatric Surgery: Hope for the Obese

Being overweight is bad, being obese is worse, but being morbidly obese is the worst! Morbid obesity is defined as as a person whose BMI is more than 35. BMI is calculated as weight in kg divided by height in metres squared. While an overweight person may aim to reduce his weight, a morbidly obese person may not be able to reduce weight. Bariatric Surgery is treatment to reduce weight. We present the case of Mr Hemant Korawala, who weighed 139 kg at the hands of GI surgeon Dr Avinashkumar Tank.

FEBRUARY 2009
Dr Avinash Tank on heptitis

Liver and gastro surgeon Dr,Avinash Tank said, "About 25% of adults who become chornically infected during childhood later die from liver cancer or cirrhosis(acarring of the liver leading to liver failure) caused by the infection" Dr Avinash tank also warned that Hepatitis B virus was 50 to 100 times more infectious that the Human Immunodeficiency Virus(HIV). Treatment does not usually cure Hepatitis B, but can turn 'aggressive' hepatitis B infecton into a mild infection, which stops the liver from getting damaged.

1 MARCH 2013
A bacteria that sits in the stomach

Helicobactor Pylori or H Pylori is a stomach bug and the main cause for chronic gastritis, peptic ulcers and gastric cancer. Good hygiene, healthy eating habits and proper treatment can protect you against it. H Pylori is a spiral-shaped bacterium that causes stomach infection. The bacteria can be passed from person to person through contact with the saliva.

19 JULY 2012
Safeguard your liver; get vaccinated

Hepatitis A is a liver infection caused by the Hepatitis A virus (HAV). Although not a fatal disease, hepatitis A can lead to physical weakness and severe exhaustion which can take weeks or months to overcome.The symptoms of hepatitis A range from mild to high fever, malaise, loss of appetite, diarrhoea, nausea, abdominal discomfort, dark-coloured urine and jaundice.

19 JUNE 2012
Don’t make straining a habit

Straining excessively, suffering from hard stools, not being able to defecate at will and not evacuating regularly are conditions that describe constipation. As food moves through the colon or large intestine, water is absorbed from it leaving behind waste or stool. Muscle contractions in the colon push the stool toward the rectum-anus and with voluntary control.

11 APRIL 2012
Guard against gallstones

The gall bladder is a small organ just below the liver in the right upper abdomen. The gall bladder stores bile juice formed by the liver and helps in digestion of food. Stones in the gall bladder can create health problems; it’s best to remove them surgically.Cholesterol gallstones develop when bile contains excess cholesterol and not enough bile salts....

 
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  • Medical Tourism

    Ahmedabad is a preferred medical tourism destination in India among international travelers from America, Europe & Africa for it's world class health facilities, highly trained and experienced doctors, zero waiting time and affordable cost.