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Fortis Hospital - Shalimar Bagh

Cardiologist, Intervention Cardiologist
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A Block, Shalimar Bagh
New Delhi, Delhi - 110088
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Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad
American Board of Internal Medicine USA
FACP (Int Medicine)
American Board of Internal Medicine Cardiovascular Diseases USA
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American Board of Internal Medicine Interventional Cardiology USA
FSCAI (Int Card)
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Fellow of the American College of Physicians (FACP)
Fellow of the American College of Cardiology (FACC)
Fellow of Society of Cardiac Angiography & Intervention (FSCAI)
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Fellow of Society of Vascular Medicine (FSVM)
Fellow European Society of Cardiology (FESC)
  • MBBS, FACP (Int Medicine), FACC (Card), FSCAI (Int Card)
    Intervention Cardiologist, Cardiologist
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  • FSCAI (Int Card), FACC (Card), FACP (Int Medicine), MBBS
    While you may be worried about being affected with coronary diseases just because your forefathers suffered from it, there are various factors that are absolutely in your sole control. With a little change in lifestyle and following a well-regulated routine, you can easily keep your hereditary cardiac diseases at bay.

    Take a healthy diet regularly: increase the amount of green leafy vegetables and colourful fruits in your regular diet as they are rich in phytonutrients and other anti-oxidants, vitamins, fibres, minerals as well as anti-inflammatory molecules that would increase your immunity.

    Regulate your blood-sugar level: studies show that blood sugar is a great contributor to cardiac diseases. So try to replace your high-carb diet with loads of fibre, protein and healthy fats to keep your blood-sugar level in control.

    Increase the intake of fibre: try to increase the amount of fibre in your food chart by having lots of fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts and soya so that it amounts up to at least 50 grams a day. You may even include fibre supplements in your diet.

    Stay away from processed and junk food: we know you are crazy about fast food, but you must also include sodas, processed jams, fruit juices and soft drinks as well, which are the greatest contributors to diabetes and in turn lead to heart diseases.

    Increase the intake of omega-3 fatty acids: try to include cold-water fish like sardine, salmon and herring along with flax seeds and sea weeds. This'good' fat would keep your cholesterol level in check and lower down the amount of malicious ldl levels and transform them into harmless ldl particles.

    Get rid of all hydrogenated food: this implies that you should abstain from having cookies, margarine, baked stuff and crackers. Don't be fooled by the label saying" no trans-fat" and instead look for healthy coconut, olive or sesame oil.

    Abstain from consuming alcohol: alcohol can do no good to any organ of your body. Instead, it triggers the amount of triglycerides, causes fatty liver and creates sugar imbalance in your body. By reducing alcohol consumption you can reduce inflammation, which causes various chronic diseases.
    Have good quality supplements: along with having a healthy diet and workout, you must try to take in multivitamin and mineral supplements regularly to keep fit and active all around the year.

    Exercise regularly: researches report that a minimum of half an hour's exercise is required by our body regularly. After all, the heart is a muscle, and you must work out regularly to keep it healthy for a longer span.

    Manage your stress levels: stress alone can lead to a fatal heart attack without prior signal. Take the time out to indulge in yoga, meditation, tai chi or anything that would keep your stress levels under control and help you to lead a happier, healthier life.

    These 10 easy ways will help you to prevent cardiac diseases; but you must consult a responsive cardiologist at the earliest.
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  • FSCAI (Int Card), FACC (Card), FACP (Int Medicine), MBBS
    Heart attack, also known as myocardial infarction, is a severe condition where death of the heart muscle occurs because of the loss of blood supply. The blood loss usually happens because of the blockage of a coronary artery. Due to electrical instability, ventricular fibrillation is caused. Heart attacks may result in permanent brain damage or even death.

    Symptoms of heart attack
    There are many early symptoms and signs of heart attack, which should be recognized. Symptoms of heart attack vary from person to person. Here is a list of the primary heart attack symptoms:

    Chest pain and discomfort:
    Chest pain is the basic symptom of a heart attack and occurs in different forms. The chest pain has a pressure, fullness and squeezing sensation and starts from the center of the chest. The pain may go away and re-occur and may spread down to other limbs of the body.
    Headache, toothache:
    The chest pain occurring due to a heart attack spreads all over the body and the jaw. Even the back and head are affected. Sometimes pain in these regions is present while chest pain is absent.
    Shortness of breath:
    A gasping sensation or feeling shortness of breath is another common sign of a heart attack. Such breathing difficulty is called dyspnea. The shortness of breath occurs before or during the chest pain.
    Nausea and vomiting:
    The feeling of nausea or sickness in the stomach is another possible symptom. It is accompanied by belching or burping and sometimes, the heart attack is associated with a feeling of indigestion. Nausea is more common in women. Vomiting also occurs alongside nausea.
    General epigastric discomfort:
    In several cases, patients describe the pain of a heart attack as stomach pain. The pain is heavy and uncomfortable and persists for several minutes.
    Perspiration or sweating occurs during a heart attack and the patient experiences cold sweat in avid amounts.

    Emergency treatment for heart attack-
    A person who has a heart attack should be rushed to a hospital.
    Several tests are carried out to detect the cause of the attack. A 12 lead ekg is carried out to supervise electrical activity within the heart and detect the damaged areas.
    Blood tests are undertaken to check enzymes and in certain cases, cardiac catheterization is required where pictures of the blood vessels are examined.
    Emergency medicines are given to the patient to stop the formation of blood clots and include aspirin, heparin and other drugs. Other medicines are given for thrombolytic therapy, which dissolve already formed blood clots. They work to reduce the heart damage. Nitrates are also used.

    A heart attack is a severe condition and must be attended to immediately. Emergency treatment procedures are essential to save the life of an affected person.
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  • FSCAI (Int Card), FACC (Card), FACP (Int Medicine), MBBS
    Cardiomyopathy includes diseases involving the heart muscle. These diseases have various causes, types, symptoms and modes of treatment.

    The heart muscle gets enlarged, thick or rigid. In several cases, the heart muscle tissue is replaced with a scar tissue. As this condition worsens, the heart gets weaker and the ability to pump blood is disrupted, which can cause heart failure or irregular beating of the heart. The weakened state of the heart can lead to valvar diseases.

    The different types of cardiomyopathy are:

    Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy-
    This is a common form and affects people of all ages. Men and women are affected equally. This condition arises due to the enlargement and thickening of the heart muscle. The ventricles, the septum and the lower heart chamber usually thicken, which causes obstruction in pumping of blood by the heart. This disease also causes stiffness in the ventricles, and cellular changes in the tissue.
    Dilated cardiomyopathy-
    This form of cardiomyopathy develops due to the enlargement and weakening of the ventricles. The issue arises from the left ventricle and develops over time. It may even affect the right ventricle. More effort is put in by the heart muscles for pumping blood and slowly the heart is unable to pump blood effectively. This condition may lead to heart failure, valve diseases or blood clots in the heart.
    Restrictive cardiomyopathy-
    This disease occurs due to the stiffening of the ventricles, without thickening of the walls of the heart. The ventricles are not allowed to relax and do not receive a sufficient volume of blood supply. This condition causes heart failure and valvar problems over time.
    Arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia-
    This rare form of cardiomyopathy occurs when fat or fibrous tissues replace the muscle tissue of the right ventricle. This causes arrhythmias and disruption in the electrical signals of the heart. It generally affects teens and may cause cardiac arrest in athletes.
    Unclassified cardiomyopathy-
    Some types of cardiomyopathy of this category include left ventricular non compaction where the ventricles develop trabeculations. Takotsubo cardiomyopathy is another disease where immense stress causes failure of the heart muscles.

    Many cases of cardiomyopathy come and go away on their own. Treatment for other cases depends on the severity and symptoms. The major treatment methods are:
    Lifestyle changes meant for a healthier heart.
    Nonsurgical methods.
    Surgery and implants

    Modes of surgery for treatment of cardiomyopathy include:
    Septal myectomy
    Heart transplant
    Implant devices such as cardiac resynchronization therapy (crt) device, implantable cardioverter defibrillator (icd), left ventricular assist device and pacemakers are fitted into the heart for better performance.

    Cardiomyopathy can be of many different types, each arising from different situations and conditions. The mode of treatment depends on the severity of the complication or on the basis of symptoms.
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