Head of Orthopedic Unit, Artemis Hospital, Gurugram
Orthopaedic and Joint Replacement Surgeon
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About Dr. Subhash Jangid
Dr. Subhash Jangid is highly experienced Orthopaedics & Joint Reconstruction who serves as Unit Head and Senior Consultant at Artemis Hospital Gurgaon, With nearly 18 years of experience he is a renowned expert in the field of Orthopaedics, especially for Arthroplasty/Joint Replacement in India. He has the distinction of being the first surgeon in India who used the state of the art NAV 3 computer navigation platform for performing knee re
placement surgery. Winner of several awards of design and technology, the NAV 3 is the world's most advanced platform for Joint replacement surgeries, with superior outcomes and lesser recovery times when compared to conventional procedures.
His primary procedures of skill include muscle sparing approach (sub-vastus approach) for knee replacement surgery, hip replacement and partial knee replacement surgery. In addition his practice, he is also a recognized faculty of field of Arthroplasty/Joint Replacement in India and abroad. ...read more
Award & Recognization
Received Gold Medals in PSM, Anatomy and General surgery in MBBS examination.
Gold medal for outstanding performance in M S (Orthopaedics) post graduate examination
All India rank 3rd for PG entrance examination conducted by AiIMS, New Delhi (AIIMS)
A A Mehta Gold medal for Best Paper on PVP at IOACON
Chairperson for the live knee surgery session in ISKSAA 2012
Arthroplasty course organising secretary (J&J). Delhi, 2010 and 2009.
Progressive massive Osteolysis of humerus. Subhash Jangid, R. Mittal, Vijay Sharma, A.K. Das. J Shoulder Elbow Surg. 2006
Elbow Stiffness : Magnitude of problem. S. Rastogi, Subhash Jangid. Published in CME ofIndian Orthopaedic Association, 2003.
Neglected Dislocation of the Elbow.......Who Cares? S.A. Khan, Subhash Jangid. Orthopaedics Today, Vol. V No. 4, Oct — Dec; pg. 204206, 2003
Post traumatic elbow stiffness. S. Rastogi, Subhash Jangid. Proceedings of the Fifth Post-Graduate Instructional Course, North Zone, pg. 22-26, 200