Dr. Satish Mathew,
M.B.B.S, M.S, M.Ch (CTVS), FIACS
Chief Cardiovascular Surgeon Kailash Heart Institute & Kailash Group of Hospitals
He is one of India’s top ranking Cardiac Surgeons. He worked at the Escorts Heart Institute, New Delhi from 2000 to 2005 as a consultant cardiac surgeon.
From 2003 - 2004 he was also instrumental in carrying out cardiac surgery in Norvic hospital, Nepal.
At a young age of 38 he joined Kailash Group of Hospitals as their Chief consultant cardiac surgeon.
He has a rich experience of 21 years in the field of cardiac surgery. He practices the whole spectrum of adult cardiac, thoracic, vascular and some paediatric cardiac surgery.
He has been involved in over 22,000 open heart surgeries till date. He has independently performed over 4000 open heart surgeries.
Types of surgeries performed:
- CABG( mainly Off- pump or beating heart surgery)
- Total Arterial Revascularizations
- Minimally invasive CABG & valve replacements
- Conventional valve repairs and replacements
- Combined CABG & Valve replacements
- ASD & VSD surgical closures
- Myxoma excision
- PDA ligation
- Carotid endarterectomy
- Peripheral arterial bypass
- Radiofrequency ablation
- Aortic operations( Bentall procedure )
- Aorto bi-femoral grafting
- Minimally Invasive cardiac surgery (MIDCAB, heart port access, ROBOTIC CABG, TECAB.) Thoracic trauma surgery
- Varicose vein surgery
- Other lung related surgeries
He has to his credit of performing the first
- 1) Super heavy weight patients (150kg) for CABG in Noida 2006.
- 2) Heart tumor surgery ( myxoma) in Noida ,2006.
- 3) Proximal aortic replacement Surgery in Noida, 2015.
- 4) Foreign patients for cardiac surgery in Noida (from Tajikstan. Uzbekistan, Nigeria, UK, etc)
- 5) Single valve & Double valve replacement in Greater Noida, 2015
- 6) Bentall operation in Noida, 2017
An accomplished surgeon, he has the breath of expertise and depth of experience to tackle the most complex and challenging cases.
He leverages innovative techniques and leading edge technologies to care for his patients from India and abroad.
- Music Lover
- Art aficianado and is himself an artist
- Avid stamp collector
- Horse riding
- Trekking and
- Touring the world
He takes great interest in teaching young budding cardiac surgeons.
In 1994-1995 he was a Lecturer and taught undergraduate and postgraduate students at CMC & Brown memorial hospital, Ludhiana, Punjab.
In 1994 he worked at the Kachawwa Hospital, Mirzapur, UP for one year. Here he performed over 300 surgeries for the economically backward population.
He is still very actively involved with community services. He strongly believes that we need to serve our poor people in rural and remote areas.
With that aim in mind, he has been regularly organizing free medical camps in different parts of the country where patients are personally examined,
advised for tests and reviewed. He delivers lectures to various social and community organizations, emphasizing on prevention & treatment of heart disorders.
- Combined CABG with AVR-the EHIRC experience. ( July 2000- Dec 2004)
Authors : R K Bapna, S G Mathew, Z S Meharwal, A Dhar, N Trehan.
Presented at : The 51st CTCON 2005, Kochi, India. 18 Feb 2005.
- AVR in patients with impaired LV function.
Authors : M K Goel, R K Bapna, Z S Meharwal, V Kohli, R Malhotra, S G Mathew, M Mishra, N Trehan.
Presented at : The 51st CTCON 2005, Kochi, Kerala. 18th Feb 2005.
- Minimally Invasive Aortic Valve Replacement.
Authors ; S G Mathew, R K Bapna, Z S meharwal, V Kohli, R Malhotra, A Dhar, M Mishra, N Trehan.
Moderated poster presented at : 2nd Annual winter workshop of the ISMICS, Bangkok, Thailand. 4th Dec 2004.
- Redo Mitral valve surgery using the port-access system.
Authors : Trehan N, Mishra Y K , Mathew S, K K Sharma, Srivastava S, Mehta Y.
Published in : Asian Cardiovascular & Thoracic Annals, Vol 10, No 3, Sep2000, 215-218.
- Blue-print for a quadrileaflet aortic valve prosthesis.
Authors : Banerjee A, Mathew S.
Published in : Indian Heart Journal, Vol 52, No 5, Sep- Oct 2000, 615-617.
- Traumatic aortopulmonary fistula- a case report.
Authors : Parihar B, Banerjee A, Mathew S ; G B Pant Hospital, New delhi.
Published in ; Indian Heart Journal, Vol 52, No 1, Jan-Feb 2000, 71-72.
- The 19mm aortic prosthesis : Does size really matter ?
Authors : Banerjee A, Akhter S, Mathew S, Gupta V , Tempe D , Panwar S, Sharma U : G B Pant Hospital, New Delhi.
Published in : Cor Europaeum, Vol 8, No3/2000,107-110.
- Rheumatic reactivation induced carditis as an intraoperative finding during valve surgery.
Authors : Banerjee A, Mathew S, Panwar S, Gupta V, Shinde M ; G B Pant Hospital, New Delhi.
Poster presented at: The 1st virtual congress of cardiology ; Mar 2000,Vienna, Austria.
- Dissecting aneurysms of the ascending aorta-strategies for diagnosis & surgical treatment.
Authors : Varghese M, Dasiah S, Mathew S G , C.M.C –Ludhiana.
Presented at : The 43rd annual conference of the Indian association of cardiovascular Surgeons ; Feb 97, Ooty .
- Hematological changes during and after cardiopulmonary bypass and their correlation to non-surgical blood loss.
Authors: Mathew S G, Das S, Mathew S, Varghese M; C.M.C-Ludhiana.
Presented at; the 37th annual conference of the Indian society of Hematology and Blood transfusion. 15 Nov 96. Chandigarh.