Dr. Anil G. Tendolkar



1       Professor

Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery at L T M G Hospital, Sion, Mumbai

From 1" February 1999 till today.

[MRC/8794/FS dated 25/01/99 ; GHC/31 IS dt 29/1/99]

Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery at K.EM Hospital.Mumbai, From

22/11/1989 to 3Ul/1999 (9yr 2mnths)

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2       Reader

Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery at K.E.M. Hospital from 17* June 1983 to

22nd November 1989. (6yr 5months)[MPSC, BM 13(9) 76/X dated 2674/1983]


3       Tutor

Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery at K.E.M. Hospital from 9th January 1981

to 16th June 1983. (2yr 5months)


4       Resident

Registrar: CVT Surgery       KEN Hospital    1/3/1980- 8/1/1981

Registrar Gen. Surgery       K.E.M. Hospital.    1/4/1979-29/2/1980

House Officer: ENT Surgery K.E.M. Hospital    1/9/1978-31/3/1979

House Officer: CVT Surgery K.E.M. Hospital   1/2/1978-31/8/1978

House Officer Gen. Surgery K.E.M. Hospital     1/8/77-31/1/1978

House Officer Ortho Surgery  K.E.M. Hospital    1/2/1977-31/7/1977       tenths


5       Internship:

Rotating Intern at K.E.M. Hospital and Bhabha Hospital from November 1975 to

November 1976.

Teacher appointment: University of Bombay PO/3866 of 85 dated 10/8/85ferwarded through Dean PG/ 3847, GST/Vi 361 of 23/8/85 on 18/11/1985

Date of Joining Municipal Service: 9/1/81 as Tutor in Cardiovascular Thoracic surgery, at KEM Hospital, Parel, Mumbai-22

Employee Code number: 7002906

Paysheet Code U-6911



Secondary School Certificate: (June 1969) Aggregate 75%

Pre-med Course First Year: (June 1970) Passed at first attempt from Bombay University. Distinction in Physics, Chemistry and Biology

Pre-med Course Second Year: (June 1971) Passed at first attempt from Bombay University. Distinction in Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

M.B.B.S.: (November 1975) Passed at first attempt from Bombay University 1" yr Oct 72,2"* yr-April 74,3" yr- Oct 75)

M.S. (General Surgery): (November 1979) Passed at first attempt with third rank from Bombay University.( cert /224/1980)

M.S. (Cardio thoracic Surgery): (November 1981) Passed at first attempt with first  rank from Bombay University (cert/158r4/1981)



Co-investigator in Indian Council of Medical Research Project on "STUDY OF HYPERTROPHED HEART IN MAN AND ANIMALS”

Pain relief in post OPCAB patients

Anti thymolytic serum

OPCAB and myocardial enzyme release



Total Experience of over 20,000 operations (Independently operating, assisting senior surgeons and supervising junior trainees).

At KEM for the last 10 year we were performing over 1500 procedures a year and at LTMG hospital, we are performing over 450 open hearts and more than 350 closed heart Operations a year, since l999.

1.    Open Heart Surgeries:      

-Coronary artery bypass grafting, OPCAB

-Closure of VSDs, ASDs

-Intracardiac repair of TOF, TAPVC, A-V Canal, Ebstein's Anomaly, Ruptured sinus of Valsalva, c-TGA

-Senning's Operation, Fontan procedure, Extra cardiac Fontan

-OMC, MVR, AVR, DVR, TVR, Mitral valve repairs

-Redo midline valvular and congenital heart surgeries

-Aortic aneurysm surgeries (Ascending/Arch/Descending)

2.     Closed Heart Surgeries:

-Closed Mitral Commissurotonnes

-Off pump Coronary artery bypass grafting

-B.T. Shunt, PDA Closure, PA Banding

-Repair of Coarctation of Aorta

3.     Lung Surgeries:                 


-Segmentectomy, Decortication, Thoracoplasty

4.     Vascular Surgeries:            

-Bypass procedures like Aorto-bifemoral, Ilio-femoral,

-Fernoro-femoral, Femoro-tibial etc.

-Femoral and Brachia! embolectomies

-Abdominal Aortic Surgeries



Total Teaching Experience: 24 years

1.     Bombay University Teacher for M.Ch in Cardio thoracic Surgery since November 1985.

2.     Guide to M.Sc (Nursing) students of S.N.D.T. University since June 1987.

3.     Honorary teacher to B.Sc (Nursing) students of S.N.D.T. University since June 1984.

4.     Honorary teacher to the students of 'Certificate course in Nursing' of Maharashtra State Nursing Council since 1979.

5.     Organizing Secretary and Faculty member of 'Certificate course in Extacorporeal Perfusion technology', conducted at KEM hospital, between 1985-99.

6.     National Coordinator for Perfusion training course of IACTS since February 1995.



Life member of:

1.     Associations of Surgeons of India.

2.     Association of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgeons of India.

3.     Cardiological Society of India.






Represented college in 1969 and 1970.




Actively participating and directing dramas since school. Have

represented the medical college at university level and have won prizes. Author of a number of one act plays .two have won awards for writing




Have represented school at inter-school level and have won prizes.


Indian Classical Music


Can sing and appreciate classical Indian music.

Play 'Sitar'.

Have represented the college in "vocal music" at the university level in 1969 and 1973.

Life member of Dadar Matunga Cultural Center.


Jr. Naval NCC


between 1965-68. Cadet P.O. in 1968 attended two camps




1.     Angiosarcoma of the Heart

Ind Heart J 1984 ; 36 : 188 - 91

2.     The Modified Vosschulte Repair for Congenital Coarctation of Aorta

Ind Heart J 1985 ; 37 : 89 –93

3.     Chylothorax following surgery for PDA

Thorax 1985 ; 40 : 960

4.     Angiosarcoma of the Heart

Am Heart J 1985 ;109 : 601 -3

5.     A Technique of RVOT Patching with Autologous Pericardium

Arm. Thor. Surg   1986; 42 :109-ll

6.     Infrarenal Aneurysm of Abdominal Aorta due to Aortoarteritis — a successful management of two cases

J of Cardiovas Surg (Minerva) 1986 ,28 : 26-9

7.     LV aneurysm of unknown etiology

Proceedings of the World Conference on Open Heart Surgery

Ed-Shetty KR.Parulkar GB.   Pub - Tata-McGrow Hill,1st Ed page 858

8.     Surgical Management of LA Myxoma

Proceedings of the World Conference on Open Heart Surgery Ed-Shetty KR. Parulkar GB.   Pub - Tata -McGrow Hill, 1st Ed page 844

9.     Emergency Valve Replacement - Indications & Results Proceedings of the World Conference on Open Heart Surgery Ed-Shetty K R, Parulkar G B.  Pub-Tata-McGrow Hill, 1st Ed page 796

10. Experience with Low Profile Bioprosthetic valve for Replacement of Cardiac Valves.

Proceedings of the World Conference on Open Heart Surgery Ed-Shetty KR.Parulkar GB.  Pub - Tata-McGrow Hffl, 1st Ed page 611

11. Open Mitral Valvotomy-An experience of 1202 cases

Proceedings of the World Conference on Open Heart Surgery Ed-Shetty KR. Parulkar GB.   Pub - Tata -McGrow Hill, 1st Ed page 388

12. Study in the Changes in Coagulation profile occurring during OHS Proceedings of the World Conference on Open Heart Surgery Ed-Shetty KR.Parulkar GB.   Pub - Tata -McGrow Hill, 1st Ed page 271

13. Buprenorphine & Pethidine in the treatment of Post-Operative Pain J. Postgrad . Med. 1987; 33 : 18 -23

14. Pentology of Fallotwith TAPVC

J . Postgrad . Med . 1987 ; 33: 45-7

15. Two Dimensional     Echocardiographic     Assessment     of    Mitral     Valve Area and its correlation with surgical findings

Ind . Heart /. 1986 ; 38 : 437 - 39

16. OHS following Closed Mitral Valvotomy

Ind . Heart J.   1987 ; 39 : 228 -32

17. Classification of Subvalvar apparatus in Rheumatic Mitral Stenosis and correlation between the lesions and other features of the

J. Thor. Cadiovasc. Surg 1888 ;96: 968-9

18. Repeat Open Intracardiac Operations - Analysis of 55 patients

Ind.Heart J   1990;42 :  109-11

19. Anomalous Origin of Right Pulmonary Artery from Ascending Aorta

successful surgical correction  without CPB

Jap . Ann. Thor .Surg 1990 ; 10 : 49 - 53

20. Pitfalls of Selective Coronary Angiography ~ Dual Anterior

Descending arteries in TOF Ind Heart. J.  1991; 43: 113-5

21. Diuresis in Hemodynamically   Compromised Patients

Ann. Thor. Surg . 1991; 52 : 585

22. Surgical Management of TOF with Anomalous Coronary Artery

J. Postgrad . Med .  1991; 37:148 -51

23. Temporary Intravascular Shunts

J. Postgrad. Med 1991; 37: 68-9

24. Pediatric Perfusion : ( Review Artical)

J. of Perfusion Tech 1991,2: 81-3

25. MRI as a guide to Surgical Approach to Tuberculous Pericardia Abscess

Scand. J. of Thor. Cardiovasc. Surg 1992 ; 26 229-31

26. Unruptured Congenital Aneurysm of Lt. Sinus of Valsalva presenting as Acute LVF

Chest 1992; 101:578-9

27. Open Heart Surgery in Pregnant Patients

Jap. Ann.Thor. Surg .1993;13: 50-3

28. Intrapericardial Teratoma Presenting as a Recurrent Cardiac Tamponade in a Neonate

Aust. J. Cadiothor. Surg 1993;2:10-3

29. A Study of Postop. Complications in Chest Surgery

Ind. J Surg. 1992; 54: 308-8

30. Surgical considerations of Aneurysm of Sinus of Valsalva:

A report of 22 cases

Ind.Heart.J.  1993;45:479-81

31. A Simplified Technique of Auto Transfusion of shed Mediastinal Blood

Asian Cardiovasc. And Thor. Ann. 1994,2:114-5

32. Surgical Considerations in the Management of Lt Hemianomalous PVC

Thor. Cadiovasc. Surgeon 1994; 43 : 48-51

33. RV Myxoma Presenting as RVOT Obstruction - case report & review of


Thor. Cardiovasc. Surgeon 1994;42:243-6

34. Surgical considerations in the management of Thoraco - Abdominal


Jap. Ann. Thor.Surg. 1994 ; 14: 41-5

35. Enhancement of Haemopoietic Stem Cell Adherence to Bone Marrow

Derived Stroma by Phyto-Heraaglutinin Treated Leucocyte Condition

Medium (PHA-LCM)

Ind. J. of Exp. Bio.  1994;32: 225-8

36. Femoral Artery Aneurysm Presenting as Femoral Nerve Palsy

Asian Cardiovasc. Thor. Arm. 1995; 3: 35-7

37. RV Fibroma Presenting as Tricuspid Stenosis : case report Thor. and Cadiovasc. Surgeon 1996; 44: 152-4

38. Cadiac Surgery and Plasma Digoxui Levels

J. Asso. Phy. of Ind. 1996; 44 : 694-7

39. Surgical Treatment of Aneurysm of Ascending and Arch of Aorta

Asian Cardiovasc and Thor. Ann. 1996; 4: 37 - 9

40. Massive Hemoptysis - A Combined Approach of Management

Ind J. Surg.  1996 ;56 : 221 -7

41. Thrombosis of Coronary Sinus following CPB

Ann. Thor. Surg. 1996 ;62: 1506-1507

42. Calcified Sinus of Valsalva Aneurysm Eroding into IVS

Asian Cardiovasc. and Thor. Ann 1997; 5:114-7

43. Digoxin Concentration in Indian Patients

Lancet 1997;349: 1326-7

44. Giant Pseudoaneurysm of Carotid Artery resulting in Stridor

Asian Cardiovasc. and Thor. Ann. 1997;5:53 -5

45. Turning a Blind eye (letter)

Lancet 1997 ; 349 : 1740

46. Femoral Nerve Palsy - a rare presentation of femoral artery pseudoaneurysm Ind. Heart J. 1996; 48: 715-716

47. VSD following triple valve replacement

Asian CVT Annals 1997; 5: 236-8

48. Paraplegia complicating left thoracotomy

Asian CVT Annals 1997;5. 258-9

49. Femoral art. psuedoaneur. caused by ext. fixator (letter)

Asian CVT Annals 1998;6:147

50. Use of pulse oximeter for ADen'-test

Letter to editor, JTCVS, Feb 2002

51. Post operative hypertension following PDA closure

Asian ACVTS, March 2002

52. Bronchial transaction following trivial trauma. ATS 2001