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Dr Surendra Ugale

( MS, FALS )

Bariatric Surgeon

  • He has performed more than 25,000 Laparoscopic surgeries. This includes Cholecystectomy, Appendectomy, Splenectomy, Repair of Hernias (Inguinal, Umbilical and Incisional), Vagotomy- GJ,  Repair of Para-oesophageal and diaphragmatic hernias, Fundoplications, Bowel Resections, Rectopexy, Esophagectomy, Metabolic surgery
  • Focused mainly on Bariatric & Metabolic surgery for Morbid Obesity & Type-2 Diabetes.
  • Visiting Adjunct Prof. of Surgery, KLE University Medical College & Hospital, Belgaum, since Jan 2014. 
  • Director of Laparoscopic Training Institute, Hyderabad involved in training surgeons in Laparoscopic Surgery and spreading laparoscopy in many parts of India. Have trained more than  800 surgeons
  • M.S. General Surgery from Bombay University;
  • F.A.L.S (Fellowship of Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery from I.A.G.E.S)
  • Trained with Dr Aureo dePaula in Goiania, Brazil in Oct. 2007, for Ileal   Interposition with Sleeve Gastrectomy for surgical control of Type-2 Diabetes
  • Trained with Prof. Akiyama at Toranomon Hospital, Tokyo 
  • Founder President – Global Association for Surgery & Research in Diabetes (GASRD)
  • Set up the Metabolic Surgery Unit in Alman Hastanesi, Istanbul, Turkey since Oct 2011
  • Set up the Metabolic Surgery Unit in Tbilisi General Hospital, Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia in May 2014;
  • Founder Member of Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endo-Surgeons  (IAGES)
  • International Member of  Society of American Gastro-intestinal Surgeons  (SAGES)
  • Member of International Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association (IHPBA)
  • International Member of ELSA- Endoscopic & Laparoscopic Surgeons of Asia
  • Member of IAGES – Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons
  • Member of OSSI – Obesity Surgical Society of India
  • Member of American Society for Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS)
  • Agenesis of G0allBladder    ....SLS Meeting, New Orleans, USA....Sept 2002
  • Re-operative Surgery for Gallstones …SLS Meeting, New Orleans, Sept.2002
  • Moderator of Laparoscopic Surgery Session …SLS Meeting, New orleans, USA, Sept. 2002
  • Pitfalls in Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy- PG Course at SAGES Meeting, Washington, USA in March 2010 – “Lessons from a high-volume Biliary Surgeon”
  • Invited Lecture at International Diabetes Summit, Dubai – Oct 2010 on “Natural GLP-1 through Laparoscopic Surgery”
  • Invited Lecture at IFSO , Hamburg, Germany—Sept 2011 – “Challenges in Diabetes Treatment in Different Populations”
  • Surgical Workshop for “Diverted Ileal Interposition with Sleeve Gastrectomy”—participated as Faculty and also as a Proctor for this procedure—Oct & Dec 2011, Istanbul, Turkey
  • Guest Expert at the Asia-Pacific Meeting on Metabolic Surgery—Feb 6-7th 2012, Singapore
  • “Ileal Interposition for Type-2 Diabetes” –Invited Faculty & Talk at IEF (International Excellence Forum), Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Feb 26-27th 2012
  • Poster Presentation—“Ileal Interposition for Type-2 Diabetes” SAGES, San Diego, March 2012
  • “Surgical Rx of Type-2 Diabetes – Efficacy & Mechanism” – Invited Faculty & Talk at AMESCON, Dubai March 14-17th, 2012
  • “Bariatric Surgery for Type-2 Diabetes” – Invited Faculty & Talk at DDS – Dubai Diabetes Summit, March 19-20th, 2012
  • Oral Presentations at European Chapter of IFSO, Barcelona, April 26-28th, 2012 on “GAD Antibodies in Metabolic Surgery” & “Duodenal Ileal Interposition is Very Effective for Type-2 Diabetes”
  • Faculty & Presentation at “Ileal Interposition Symposium” on June 16th at Alman Hastanesi, Istanbul, with Dr Alper Celik
  • Poster Presentations—“Predicting Remission after Ileal Interposition” & “ Duodenal Ileal Interposition with Sleeve Gastrectomy is very effective for Type-2 Diabetes” at ASMBS, June 2012
  • Invited Lecture – “Ileal Interposition” PG Course METABOLIC SURGERY …New Delhi, IFSO Meet, Sept 15-18th, 2012
  • Invited Lecture- “WHY I Chose Ileal Interposition & SG” 7th Frankfurter Meeting, Germany, 22-23rd Nov, 2012
  • Faculty Invite – “ Ileal Interposition The Way I Do It” - TECHNICAL PEARLS; “ PERSPECTIVE of Bariatric & Metabolic Surgery” -- BEST Meeting,Guadalajara, Mexico, 29-30th Nov,2012
  • Invited Lecture – “Ileal Interposition & SG for Surgical Control of T2DM” Romanian National Surgical Meeting, Bucharest, 15th Dec 2012
  • Invited Lecture – “Ileal Interposition for Type-2 Diabetes” & “Diabetes Severity Score” at EXPERT Meeting, Saalfelden, Austria, March 10-12th,2013
  • Faculty Invite- “Ileal Interposition” 5th International METABOLIC Meeting, Krakow, Poland, 20th May2013
  • IFSO 2013 – Istanbul; Faculty Invite – Lecture “Is Ileal Interposition Justified for Treatment of Type-2 Diabetes in BMI
  • Invited Faculty at IASGO, Bucharest, Romania—Lecture “Ileal Interposition” Sept,2013
  • Invited Faculty—Decision Making in Metabolic Surgery—Rome, Italy, Oct 24-26th 2013
  • Presented at ASMBS, Atlanta, USA..Nov 14—16th—Ileal Interposition & Diabetes Severity Score
  • Faculty in BEST Meeting, Brugges, Belgium Dec 9-10th, 2013
  • Presented at ATTD 2014 –Advanced Therapies & Technology for Diabetes—Vienna, Austria, Feb 5—8th, 2014
  • Invited Faculty—“Leaping Forward—Minimally Invasive Netabolic & Robotic Surgery”- Lisbon, Portugal, Feb 13—14th, 2014
  • Poster Presentation at SAGES, Salt Lake City, USA April 1-5th, 2014 on “Diabetes Severity Score”
  • Invited Faculty – IFSO-EC, Brussels, Belgium; April 30—May 2, 2014
  • Co-Chairman for the Ileal Interposition Course & Invited Faculty- IFSO, Montreal, Canada; Aug 26—30, 2014
  • Invited Faculty – 38th Mexican National & International Meeting, Leon, Mexico; 15-17th Oct, 2014
  • Invited Faculty- 8th Frankfurter Meeting- Frankfurt, Germany; 20-21st Nov, 2014
  • Invited Faculty at the 8th Mexican International Meeting on Bariatric & Metabolic Surgery, Tijuana, Mexico, Feb 6th & 7th, 2015
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