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Dr. Pawan Lal, Professor of Surgery, R. No. 229, B. L. Taneja Block, MAMC campus, Delhi - 110002, India


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Dr. Pawan Lal

MBBS, MS, DNB (General Surgery),


Professor of Surgery

Maulana Azad Medical College

(Delhi University)

New Delhi, India

About Dr. Pawan Lal

Dr. Pawan Lal, did his Graduation from University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi, affiliated to University of Delhi. After his graduation he joined as post graduate student in Surgery in prestigious Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi, (affiliated to University of Delhi). He submitted his doctoral thesis titled " Prediction of difficult Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy and it's conversion to open cholecystectomy from the ultrasonography", under the expert guidance of Dir. Prof. and Head of Department, Dr. P. N. Agarwal. After finishing his post-graduation he joined as Registrar (Senior Resident) in the Department of Surgery, Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi. After completing his Registrarship in Surgery, he did his diploma in Anaesthesia from Department of Anaesthesia, Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi (Affiliated to University of Delhi). 

He joined as Assistant Professor of Surgery in Vardhaman Mahavir Medical College and associated Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi. After completing one and half year in Vardhaman Mahavir Medical College and associated Safdarjung Hospital, he joined Prestigious Maulana Azad Medical College as Assistant Professor.

Dr. Pawan lal became Associate Professor of Surgery in year 2010 and Professor of Surgery in the year 2014


 Ureteroscopy (URS) and stone fragmentation is a well-established treatment for ureteral and renal stone disease. Infection and sepsis are recognized complications of URS that can result in significant morbidity and mortality1 . A positive preoperative mid stream sample of urine (MSSU) was the only factor significantly associated with postoperative urosepsis on multivariable analysis. Patients with a positive preoperative MSSU, despite being asymptomatic and receiving treatment with an appropriate preoperative course of antibiotics, were 4.88 · more likely to have postoperative urosepsis on multivariable analysis than those patients with a negative preoperative MSSU. The presence of diabetes mellitus, presence of ischemic heart disease, patient ASA score, undertaking same session bilateral procedure, and stone volume were the other variables significantly associated with  post-operative infection1.





  1. Blackmur J P, Maitra N U, . Marri R R, Housami F, Malki M, McIlhenny C, AbstractAnalysis of Factors’ Association with Risk of Postoperative Urosepsis in Patients Undergoing Ureteroscopy for Treatment of Stone Disease. JOURNAL OF ENDOUROLOGY, Volume XX, Number XX, XXXXXX 2016. DOI: 10.1089/end.2016.0300

Surgery - The delicate art of blending science & nature

  • Dr. Pawan Lal 
  • Professor of Surgery
  • Maulana Azad Medical College
  • New Delhi
  • India
  • (Delhi University)


I have tried to enumerate the fine details of the surgical diseases and their management. For more information and constructive criticism,email me at:

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