Dr. Surendra Nath Khanna is the Associate Director, Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, Fortis Escorts Heart Institute, New Delhi, India. He specialises in all types of adult cardiac surgical work. He is one of the leading and most experienced cardiac surgeon with expertise in Beating Heart Surgeries, Cardiac Valvular Surgery--Mitral Valve, Aortic Valve and Double Valve Replacements. He also has special interest in Valve Repairs, Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery, Aortic Aneurysm Surgery, and Heart-Failure Surgery. His has relentless quest to bring the best in cardiac surgery to India and within the reach of common man.
He is a Graduate of King George's Medical College, Lucknow. After completing his MS (Gen. Surgery) he was trained in cardiac surgery at King Edward Memorial Hospital, Mumbai; Christian Medical College, Vellore. Thereafter he went abroad and was trained under Prof. Ottavio Alfieri, internationally known for his pioneering work in heart valve techniques.
Dr. Surendra Nath Khanna has been practicing cardiac surgery since the last 25 years. He has carried out more than 7,000 cardiac surgeries. He has been working as chief cardiac surgeon at various prestigious hospitals which includes San Raffaele Hospital, Mila, Italy; King Edward Memorial Hospital, Mumbai; Christian Medical College, Vellore; Max Heart and research Institute, New Delhi and Fortis Escorts Heart Institute New Delhi.
He is passionately involved in the Community Outreach Services and creating mass awareness toward cardiac diseases for last 20 years. He has been regularly reaching out to the masses of India, a fact which has been widely acknowledged by media and society at large. He has rendered free cardiac care in far and remote areas on North India. His relentless ambition of spreading awareness for prevention of heart disease makes him travel all over the country.
His experience in cardiac surgery amalgamated with quest to train junior cardiac surgeon in India. Dr. Khanna has trained many cardiac surgeons from UP, Punjab, Haryana, Bihar and Rajasthan and is actively involved in training the undergraduate and post-graduate students. He also has a keen interest in academic and research work, which includes publications in various reputed international journals.
- Associate Director, Cardiac Surgery -Fortis Escorts Heart Institute, New Delhi.
- Principal Consultant- Cardiac Surgery -Escorts Heart Institute, New Delhi.
- Senior Consultant Cardiac Surgeon- Escorts Heart Institute, New Delhi (2010-2012)
- Senior Consultant Cardiac Surgeon- Max Heart Institute, New Delhi (2006 -2010)
- Senior Consultant Cardiac Surgeon, Escorts Heart Institute & Research Centre, New Delhi (1995-2006)
- Chief Consultant Cardiac Surgeon, Escorts Heart Centre, Kanpur (2004- 2005)
- Senior Proficiency Certificate- Sept.1977- Indian Council for International Amity.
- Senior Proficiency Certificate- Sept.1979 - Indian Council for International Amity
- Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), Lucknow University,India,1986
- Master of Surgery (M.S), General Surgery, Lucknow University, India,1990
- Master of Chirurgerie (M.Ch), Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgery, Mumbai University, India, 1995
- FICS (USA), FIACS, FAMS, FICC
- FELLOW Cardiac Surgeon, SAN RAFFAELE HOSPITAL, MILAN, ITALY
- FELLOW Indian college of cardiology, ICC Bangalore
- Life Member, Association of Surgeons of India
- Life Member, Association of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgeons of India.
- Life Member, Indian Medical Association
- Life Member, International College of surgeons.
- Life Member, IMA Academy of Super-specialities.
- Life Member, Asia Pacific Vascular Society
- RESEARCH WORK FOR M.CH (CARDIOVASCULAR AND THORACIC SURGERY)
'Evaluation of early results of Aortic and Mitral Valve Replacement in concomitant aortic and mitral valve disease' - thesis accepted by Bombay University, 1995.
- RESEARCH WORK FOR M.S (GENERAL SURGERY)
'A study of thyrotoxic Ophthalmopathy' thesis accepted by Lucknow University, 1991.
PUBLICATIONSI. INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS:
- Reduction ascending aortoplasty with aortic wrapping. Meherwal Z.S, Khanna S.N, Mishra M, et al. (Sent for publication in Annals of Thoracic Surgery).
- Port Access approach for Cardiac Surgical Procedures: Our experience in 776 patients. Mishra Y.K, Khanna S.N, Sharma KK, et al. (Indian Heart Journal, Nov-Dec 2005, vol.57, no.6, pp. 688-693.)
- Ascending aortic aneurysm resection. 15 years Experience. Meherwal Z.S, Khanna S.N, Choudhary A, et al. (Asian Cardiovascular Thorac Ann, Aug 2006; 14: 300 - 305.).
- Multimodality targeted approach in redo off-pump coronary artery bypass surgery. Mishra Y.K, Khanna S.N, Wasir H, et al. Asian Cardiovascular Thoracic Annals. 2003 March; 11 (1); 7-10.
- Predictors of early outcome after coronary artery surgery in patients with severe left ventricular dysfunction. Trehan N, Khanna S.N, Mishra Y, et al. Journal of Cardiac Surgery. 2003, Mar-Apr. 18 (2); 101-6
- Double-outlet-right atrium: A report of two cases and review of literature. S.N.Khanna, M.Oppizi, M. Trigiani, O.Alfieri. Cor europaeum, 2000.
- Early Results with bilateral and single internal mammary artery grafting. Are they really different? N Trehan, S.N Khanna, Kohli V.M, Karlekar A, Mishra Y, Mishra A, Asian Cardiovascular and Thoracic Annals,1997, Vol 5,No 1; 8-11.
- Surgical treatment of aneurysms of the ascending aorta and aortic arch. RA Magotra, M Khaja, R Shahani, Surendra Khanna, Majid Mukadam et al. Asian Cardiovascular Thoracic Annals, 1996, Vol 44, pp 37-39.
- Biatrial drainage of right superior vena cava with anomalous right pulmonary venous connections. Khanna S.N.; Pandey R.B; Khandeparker JMS; et al. The Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgeon, Aug-1994, No.4, vol-42, pp 247-249.
- Concomitant coronary bypass and below knee amputation in a diabetic patient. Surendra Nath Khanna et al. Asian Cardiovascular Thoracic Annals, 2013 (under publication).
- Management of a patient with unstable angina, Left main coronary artery disease and respiratory insufficiency due to eventration of the diaphragm. Surendra Nath Khanna et al. Journal of Cardiac surgery 2013; 28:517-519.
- Surgical correction of Lutembacher syndrome in a patient with severe pulmonary artery hypertension. Journal of Cardiac surgery 2014 (under publication).
- Repair of Tricuspid Insufficiency Following Blunt Trauma Chest- A Case Report and Review of Literature Surendra Nath Khanna*, Mathews Paul, Rajesh Sharma and Krishnan K Sharma Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases and Diagnosis, 2014, 2:6
- Thoracic injuries. Khanna SN ;Sinha KN - Journal of Clinical Society 1986, PP 76-82
- Are viruses the cause of carcinoma penis Khanna SN, Goel TC; et al Surgery, 1991
- A study of thyrotoxic ophthalmopathy Khanna SN; Verma KD; et al - Surgery, 1992
- Thyrotoxic opthalmopathy - a study of 48 cases . Khanna SN ; Verma KD, Aggarwal PK; Khanna NN - Journal of Association of Physician of India , 1994, vol 42, No.12, 137:997
- Intrahepatic hemodynamic and angiographic study in patients of hepatic cirrhosis Khanna MN; Singh AK; Khanna SN et al - Journal of Physicians of India, 1994, Vol.42 No12, 170, 170:1003.
- Rheumatic Heart Disease: The Indian Scenario: Text book Postgraduate Medicine (The Association of Physicians of India Indian College of Physician) SECTION 1, Chapter 3, and Volume XXVI 2012.
- A case of biatrial mass mimicking myxoma with rheumatic mitral stenosis with regurgitation of moderate severity Surendra Nath Khanna, Mathews Paul , Vikas Sharma, Anil Karlekar Journal Of Indian College Of Cardiology (accepted for publication)
- Importance of near-infrared spectroscopy in coronary artery bypass surgery with carotid stenosis- a case report and review of literature Surendra Nath Khanna, Paul Mathew, K k Sharma, A Karlekar; Indian Heart Journal (sent for Publication)
Paper Presented For ConferencesI. INTERNATIONAL
- Early complications with bilateral and single mammary artery grafting. 1st. World conference on coronary artery disease. Florence, Italy, Oct. 1998.
- Surgical treatment of Aneurysms of the ascending aorta and aortic arch - Congress of Asian Vascular Society, Ube, Japan, Nov. 2-4, 1994.
- Reduction ascending aortoplasty with aortic wrapping. Our experience in 50 cases. 51 st IACTS conference, Kochi, 2005.
- Early and mid-term outcome after ascending aortic resection. Our experience in 148 cases. 51st IACTS conference, Kochi, 2005.
- Effects of clopidogrel on patients undergoing coronary artery surgery. 51st IACTS conference, Kochi, 2005.
- Early results with use of radial artery. 47th IACTS conference, 2001, Calcutta.
- Factors responsible for poor outcome after surgery in patients with left ventricular dysfunction. 46th IACTS conference, 2000, Mumbai.
- Early Results with bilateral and single internal mammary artery grafting. A review of 730 cases- 43rd Annual Conference of Association of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgeons of India, Ooty, Feb. 1997.
- Evaluation of early results of concomitant Aortic and Mitral Valve Replacement Annual meet of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgeons of India (Medtronic) Baroda, Sept. 1995
- A Study of Thyrotoxic Ophthalmopathy - 50th Annual Conference of Association of Physicians of India, Madras, Jan 1995.
- Left Atrial Myxoma - 41st Annual Conference of Association of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgeons of India - Bangalore, Feb 1995.
- Approaches to Mitral Valve Surgery- 31st Annual Conference of Assocaition of Cardiovasular and Thoraic Surgerons of India - Bangalore , Feb 1995.
- Wilm's tumor with extension into Inferior Vena Cava - Transatrial Removal- 31st Annual Conference of Association of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgeons of India , Bangalore Feb 1995
- A study of thyrotoxic ophthalmopathy - 50th Annual Conference of Association of Surgeons of India, Indore , Dec 1990