Dr. Rajinder Yadav is an experienced urologist in Delhi and has previously attended intricate cases pertaining to Endourology, Laparoscopic Urology, Reconstructive Urology and Uro-Oncology. He has obtained M.B.B.S. (1973) and M.S. (1977) from PGIMS, Rohtak. In addition, he holds M.Ch degree in Urology from AIIMS in 1980. The blend of his experience and educational qualifications make him one of the best urologists in Delhi.
Dr Yadav started his private practice in 1983 as the first qualified urologist in North India. He attributes his successful career to hard work and dedication he puts every time in attending a medical issue. He continuously strives to provide state of the art treatment to his patients. He understands the mental trauma one has to go when he suffers from a urological disorder. To ease the tension of the patients, he provides appropriate counseling to them. In short, Dr Yadav is very much approachable because of his understanding nature.

Hony. visiting Sr. Consultant Urologist & Minimally Invasive Surgeon at:

Tirath Ram Shah Hospital March 1983 to May 31, 2013
Jaipur Golden Hospital 1997 to Jan 2009
Agarsain Hospital 1993 to 2003
MGS Hospital 2000 to 2005
Apollo Hospital 2001 to 2003
MAX HEALTHCARE HOSPITALS Aug 2002 to 2013
Sr. Consultant Urology & M.I.S
Dr B L Kapur Memorial Hospital Since April 2010—Jan 2012
Chairman & Sr. Consultant – Urology & Renal Transplant
Fortis Hospital, Shalimar Bagh Since 2013
Director & Sr. Consultant – Urology & Renal Transplant

 

OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS

  1. Established and developed; Department of Urology and MIS in various hospitals
  2. Actively participating as faculty in USI and NZUSI conferences, presented scientific papers, videos and have demonstrated various advanced minimally invasive surgeries in live workshops
  3. Published articles in various National and International Journals
  4. Have performed more than 30000 surgeries including 15000 endoscopic (TUR. PCNL, URS, and RIRS) and 6000 Laparoscopic & Retroperitoneoscopic Surgeries, individually
  5. Completed 200 Retrograde Intra-Renal Surgeries(RIRS) and 1200 Laser Prostatectomies by (Holmium Laser, Green Laser(KTP), Thulium Laser, and Diode Laser
  6. Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery ( SILS )—- 159
  7. Renal transplant —85

 

Surgeries Performed

  • Onco-Surgery – Lap. Radical Nephrectomise, Lap Nephro-Uretrectomies, Lap. Radical Cystectomies Lap Radical Prostatectomies, Lap. Retroperitoneal Tumours and Lap. Adrenal Tumours and RPLND
  • Redo Surgeries by laparoscopy in already operated Patients by open surgery -18 Patients
  • Multiple Laparoscopic Surgeries in one patient( Lap radical nephrectomy + Total Hysterectomy or Lap.chole + Hysterectomy, Or PCNL + Lap Chole or Lap Chole + RIRS (8 cases)
  • Nephron Sparing Renal Surgeries (Partial Nephrectomise for renal tumours -7 cases)
  • Laparoscopic Removal of Multiple Stones from Ectopic Pelvic Kidneys -2 Cases and Lap assisted PCNL In Multiple stones in Pelvic kidney-1 case
  • Reconstructive Uri-genital Surgeries for stricture urethra (End to End Anatomises and BuccalMucosa)
  • Ileocystoplasty. Neobladder. Ileal Replacement of Ureter
  • Paediatric Urological Procedures, (Hypospadias, PUValve, UVReflux, Other congenital Abnormalities)
  • Prostatic Stent (Ultra flex) Insertion in Prostatic Obstructions in Inoperable Patients -10 cases
  • Surgeries for male Incontinence (Slings And Deluxe Injections)
  • Idiopathic Retroperitoneal Fibrosis (9 cases.-3 cases by Lap,)
  • Female Urology – TOT for Stress Incontinence.Laparoscopic Colpo-Sacral Suspension, TCRE, and Laparoscopic Total Hysterectomy
  • Vaginal Delivery of kidney after Laparoscopic Radical Nephrectomy
  • Laparoscopic Hernioplasties – Laparoscopic Inguinal, Femoral, Incisional and Umbilical Hernia
  • Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy, Lap.CBD Stones removal, Lap. Hydatid Cysts of Liver, Pancreatic Stone removal, Lap. Splenectomies, Lap Appendicectomies, and Lap, Hemi-colectomies
  • Andrology Surgeries For Impotence. Peyronie’s Disease, Micro-VEA, Micovaricocelectomies, and Lap.Varicocelectomies. Penile Chordee Repairs Orcheopexies.
  • Penile Implants.–5
  • VVF and VUF Repair by Laparoscopy -9 cases
  • Colo –vesical Fistula by Laparoscopy-3 cases
  • Autotransplant –3
  • A-V Fistulas for Dialysis, more than -500 cases
  • Intra-Peritoneal Dialysis Catheter Insertion 15 cases

 

Rare Surgeries

  1. Revascularisation of Kidney (Lt.) by Splenetic Artery
  2. Laparoscopic Transposition of Retrocaval Ureters
  3. Single Incision Laparoscopic Transposition of Retrocaval Ureter
  4. Nephro-ureterectomy +Partial Cystectomy for1.9 Kg.Transitional Cell tumor of Renal Pelvis with Bladder tumor ( Largest tumor of renal pelvis in Literature)
  5. Mayer –Rokitansky Syndrome(Absent Uterus & Vagina) Urethra lade open up to Bladder neck) Total incontinence—-Urethral repair and TOT sling +Vaginolasty By Sigmoid colon- Successful Surgery with continent Bladder & Proper Vagina
  6. 6Removal of residual CBD stone Through T-TUBE by DORMIA Basket Under Fluoroscopy control

 

Demonstrated Laparoscopic Surgeries

Batra Hospital Delhi 2005 Lap.Nephrectomy
Holy Family Hospital Delhi 2004 Lap Nephrectomy
B H U Varansi 2004 Retroperitoneoscopic Pyelolithotomy
Railway Hospital Delhi 2003 Lap Nephrectomy
Railway Hospital Delhi 2007 Lap Pyeloplasty
ARTMIS Hospital 2009 Lap Pyeloplasty

 

Trained number of Urologists, Gynaecologists and Gen. Surgeons in Laparoscopic and Retroperitoneoscopic Surgery

 

Awards

  1. Max Healthcare Award 2007
    In recognition of outstanding contribution through the personal initiative
  2. Max India Chairman’s Award 2009
    In recognition of outstanding contribution through personal initiative.
  3. Best Video Presentation of REDO Surgery by Laparoscopy in NZUSI 2000
  4. Best Video Presentation of Pye-Pyeloplasty In Duplex System NZUSI 2004

 

Member of Various Organisations

  1. Association Surgeon of India
  2. Asian Congress of Urology
  3. Urological Society of India
  4. North Zone Urological Society of India
  5. SIU (Society International Urology)
  6. SELSI (Society of Endoscopic and Laparoscopic Surgeon of India)
  7. Delhi Surgeons Association
  8. American Urological Association (AUA)
  9. European Association of Urologists ( EAU )