Key Points about Indraprastha Apollo Hospital:

  • Major joint replacements are offered, including hip resurfacing and shoulder surgeries at Indraprastha apollo hospital Delhi.


  • Arthroscopic surgery of various joints (knee, shoulder, ankle, elbow) is routinely performed here at Apollo hospital Sarita Vihar.


  • Procedures such as Arthroscopic ACL reconstruction, meniscal surgery, Bankart’s & rotator cuff repairs are done successfully.


  • Technologies like PET- MR, PET-CT, Image Guided Radiotherapy, Frameless Stereotactic Radiosurgery, High Dose Rate (HDR) Brachytherapy,  Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy, 3D Conformal Radiotherapy, etc. are available at the Apollo hospital Delhi.


  • The Cancer Institute at Indraprastha Apollo hospital Delhi is equipped with an advanced Radiation Oncology Centre with Novalis Tx, Radixact X9 Tomotherapy, and HDR-Brachytherapy.


  • The hospital has a 320 Slice CT Scan system, an advanced imaging system that scans your body from head to toe, in less than one minute.


  • Apollo Indraprastha hospital is one of the few hospitals to be equipped with the Da Vinci Robotics Surgery System.


  • Apollo Hospital Delhi has maximum number of ICU Beds in a Private Hospital in India.


  • Apollo Hospital Indraprastha has the largest Sleep Lab in Asia and is one of the largest Dialysis Units in India.


  • 6 beds are dedicated to the bone marrow transplant unit with stringent infection control practices.


  • Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi was the first hospital in India to perform pediatric and adult liver transplants on 15th November 1998. Sanjay Kandaswamy, a two-year-old boy from Kancheepuram, became the first child in India to receive a successful liver transplant with his father as the donor, marking a significant advancement in the field of liver transplantation in the country.



News About Indraprastha Apollo Hospital:




According to an article published in Times of India on February 22,2023:



The successful liver transplant surgery carried out by the medical experts at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital in February 2023 is a testament to their skill and dedication to saving lives. The transplantation of one lobe of a liver from a brain-dead 14-year-old patient's cadaver to two individuals is a rare and complicated procedure that requires immense precision and expertise. 



The nine-year-old child and the 54-year-old man who received the liver transplant can now look forward to a new lease on life, free from the ailments that had been plaguing them. The medical team's achievement is a ray of hope for patients with critical liver conditions.