The Centre for Liver and Biliary Sciences or CLBS is wholly committed to providing diverse aspects of liver care, including prevention, vaccination, and treatment of hepatitis B and C. People can go for Alcoholic liver disease diagnosis and treatment here, as well as get their liver transplant surgery done. This medical institution provides facilities for advanced liver surgeries like complex resection and transplantation at low rates and with the best results. CLBS is also known to work closely with Delhi Liver Foundation to educate people to drink safely, to prevent fatty liver and to eat healthy.
All stages of liver disease can be treated at the Centre for Liver and Biliary Sciences. This medical institution is staffed with experts who provide capable guidance for prevention, drug therapy for viral hepatitis, management and rehabilitation of alcoholic liver disease and liver cancer (HCC). HCC is often associated with cirrhosis, and its management can vary from radiofrequency ablation, transarterial chemo to radio embolization, liver resection or liver transplantation. All of these treatment options are available at the centre. The medical professionals present there can provide proper treatment options and Medicine for liver cirrhosis, depending on the specific issues experienced by a patient.
The Surgeons, Anesthetists, Intensivists, Radiologists and Nurses of the Centre for Liver and Biliary Sciences have been involved in the care of patients with liver problem since 1998. Not only are they known to provide the best possible services for Liver transplant in India, the center is also known to be a training ground for many aspiring Liver Units from all over the world. Teams from USA, Malaysia, Kenya, Kazakhstan, Myanmar, Pakistan and Bangladesh have undergone training at this Centre.
Call Centre for Liver and Biliary Sciences at +91 981 107 5683.
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The Centre for Liver and Biliary Surgery (CLBS) at Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket is renowned for being among the largest liver transplant programs of the world. It has now a cumulative experience of over 2500 liver transplant operations.