Mr Deep Malde is a consultant hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgeon based at the University Hospitals of Leicester, providing specialist care to both private and NHS patients who have problems relating to the gallbladder, pancreas and liver across Leicestershire and its surrounding counties. He practises at the Nuffield Health Leicester, Spire Leicester, Woodland Hospital (Kettering) and Blakeland Hospitals (Milton Keynes) where he consults every week.
Mr Malde specialises in laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery for gallstones (cholecystectomy) and performs over 400 gallbladder operations annually. Mr Malde is a member of the multi-disciplinary team (MDT) for liver, pancreas and gallbladder cancers in Leicester. He also carries out major laparoscopic and open liver and pancreas surgery, predominantly for cancer. He has carried out over 10,000 gallbladder operations and over 500 liver and pancreas cancer operations.
Other interests include management of benign conditions such as liver and pancreatic cysts, in addition to pancreatitis (and its complications).He specialises in carrying out microwave ablation (destroying tumour cells using heat from microwaves) of liver tumours to help make previously inoperable disease operable and in patients with widespread neuroendocrine tumours, to improve prognosis and survival.
Furthermore, he specialises in diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopic procedures such as endoscopic ultrasound scans (EUS). He has worked with centres across Europe to help pioneer Robotic HPB Surgery in Leicester.
Mr Malde’s work has been published in peer reviewed journals on various topics including gallbladder surgery, laparoscopic bile duct exploration, acute pancreatitis, colorectal liver metastases, pancreatic cancer surgery in the elderly and pancreatoduodenal trauma. He has presented at over a hundred national and international meetings.