Dr. Shubhangi Saraswat
Department of Blood Bank, Pathology
MBBS, PhD (Transfusion Medicine)


Dr. Saraswat has been associated with Lilavati Hospital for seven years. Her overall experience is of 25 years in Transfusion medicine & 36 of experience after MBBS. Her key achievements: On the panel of assessors for NABB accreditation by the Quality Council of India.

Area Of Interest

  • Transfusion Medicine

Awards and Recognition

  • Saraswat Shubhangi, Banerjee Kakoli, Choudhury N, Mahant, TS, Khandekar PS, Gupta RK and Sita Naik. (1996) Post-Transfusion Hepatitis B following transfusion of HBsAg negative blood. J Hepatol,;25:639-643
  • Nagaraju K, Misra S, Saraswat S, Choudhury N, Masih B,Ramesh V, Naik S.(1994) High prevalence of HBV infectivity in blood donors detected by dot-blot hybridisation assay. Vox Sang.67: 183-186
  • Ramesh V, Saraswat S, Choudhary N, Gupta RK.( 995). Relationship of serum alanine aminotransferase (ALT) to body mass index (BMI) in blood donors: the need to correct ALT for BMI in blood donor screening. Trans Med.5:273.
  • Choudhary N, Ramesh V, Saraswat S, Naik S. (1995). Effectiveness of mandatory transmissible diseases screening in Indian blood donors. Indian J Med Res.101:229-232.
  • Ramesh V, Choudhary N, Saraswat S, Gupta RK. (1993) Body mass index (BMI) and serum alanine transminase (ALT) relationship reevaluation in blood donors. Clinical Chem 39:1152.
  • Ramesh V, Gupta RK, Choudnary N, Saraswat S. (1993)AST/ALT ratio : a preliminary local reference range. Clinical Chem 39 (6): 1160.
  • Choudhary N, Saraswat S, Naveed, M, Agarwal SS. (1998). Serological monitoring of thalassemia major patients for transfusion associated viral infections. Indian J Med Res 107, 263-268.