Cardiothoracic Surgeons in Thousand Lights & nearby areas in Chennai, 11 Results
Dr. Siva Muthukumar
24 years of experience
DNB - Cardiothoracic Surgery, MCh - Cardio Thoracic Surgery, DNB - General Surgery, MS - General Surgery, MBBS
- AATS Graham Foundation – Every Heart Beat Matters Award in 2017.
- Senior Consultant – Cardiothoracic Surgery Institute of Cardiac Sciences at SIMS Hospital.
- Member of European Association of Cardiothoracic Surgeons.
Dr. Salgunan Nair
26 years of experience
MCh - Cardio Thoracic Surgery, MS - General Surgery, MBBS
- Stem cell therapy for ischemic myocardium – First in Apollo Group Gold Medal in MCH (Cardiothoracic & Vascular Surgery).
- Consultant at Apollo Hospital.
- Member of Tamilnadu Medical Council.
Questions & Answers on "Cardiothoracic Surgeon" (109)
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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.