Cardiologists in Vaishali Nagar & nearby areas in Jaipur, 8 Results
Dr. S.k. Sarkar
54 years of experience
MCh - Thoracic Surgery, MBBS
- Editor In Chief - "CURRENT MEDIAL TRENDS".
- Director at Dr. Sarkar bronchoscopy Center.
- Member of Fellow of the International Academy of Cardiovascular Sciences.
Dr. Sunil Beniwal
16 years of experience
DM - Cardiology, MD - General Medicine, MBBS
- FSCAI in 2018.
- Senior Consultant Cardiologist at Rukmani Birla Hospital.
- Member of Cardiological Society of India (CSI).
Dr. Ravinder Rao
17 years of experience
Structural Heart Disease Fellowship, DM, Fellowship In Interventional Cardiology, MD - General Medicine, MBBS
- Silver sponsorship for paper presentation in European respiratory society Congress 2009 in Vienna for: “Sildenafil improves six minute walk distance in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: A Randomised, double blind, placebo controlled trial.”.
- All India Young scholar cardiology Award 2011 – Second runner up..
- West zone Young Scholar Cardiology Award 2011 – First prize..
Dr. Atul Kasliwal
27 years of experience
FESC, FNB - Interventional Cardiology, DM - Cardiology, MBBS
- Fellowship of European Society of Cardiology in 2017.
- Senior Interventional Cardiologist at EHCC, Jaipur.
- Member of Jai Club.
Dr. Ankit Gupta
5 years of experience
MD - General Medicine, DM - Cardiology
- Best case... delhi csi in 2016.
- Senior resident at Dr.R.m.l hospital.
- Member of Csi rajasthan.
Dr. Rudradev Pandey
13 years of experience
FACC, DM - Cardiology, MD - General Medicine
- Best Emerging Cardiologist Jaipur-2016 in 2016.
- Consultant Cardiologist at Eternal Heart Care Centre & Research Institute(EHCC).
- Member of European Association of Percutaneous Cardiovascular Interventions (EAPCI).
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As per my understanding, the patient is having LVEF 10% and is walking and talking normally (leading a normal active healthy life). To me it seems to one of the rare case where a person having LVEF 10% and leading active healthy life. You should consult a cardiologist and get the ECHO repeated either there may a mistake in the previous report or if it's a miracle then it should be studied further. Get in touch with experts from Best Cardiologists in Mumbai, or page of any other city. Hope our answer helps you.
As per my understanding, the patient seems to have triple vessel disease and the doctor has put one stent, but two other arteries having 100% blockage are left untreated. The ideal treatment for triple vessel disease is CABG, but there may be some more underlying factors due to which the cardiologist may have advise against CABG. You can always take a second opinion from other cardiologists, who on evaluating the patient and the reports will guide and clear all your doubts. Consult some of the Best Cardiologists in Mumbai, or any other city. Hope our answer helps you.
Takayasu's arteritis is a rare type of vasculitis disease. In Takayasu's arteritis, the inflammation damages the aorta, the pulmonary artery and major arteries that arise from the aorta. TA is also known as aortic arch syndrome. Treatment is medications and surgical approach like bypass, vessel widening and aortic valve repair or replacement. Regarding the symptoms experienced, you need to consult a cardiologist. Let him evaluate the patient and guide you accordingly. You can also refer to other experts for their second opinions - 10 Best Cardiologist in India.
Cardiomyopathy is a progressive disease of the myocardium (or heart muscle). It results in compensated pumping of blood to the body. Symptoms which patient complains of are palpitations, chest pain, dyspnea, swelling of feet, ankles, legs and more. Treatment depends on severity of heart damage and associated symptoms. The goal of treatment is to improve efficiency of heart and to prevent further damage. These treatments will improve quality of life. Lifestyle changes are very important like eating right food, good and enough sleep, stress management, counselling. Regular follow up with doctor is important. Take a cardiologist opinion and get re-evaluated. Her reports you mentioned are good but still reconsider the case with help of a cardiologist. They will clinically correlate her symptoms to reports and then reach a conclusion. Additionally, you can also connect with experts for second opinions, through our page - 10 Best Cardiologist in India.