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Dr. Amit Gupta

DNB (Cardiology), MBBS, MD - General Medicine

Cardiologist, Delhi

19 Years Experience  ·  0 - 500 at clinic
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Dr. Amit Gupta is a trusted Cardiologist in Dwarka, Delhi. He has been a practicing Cardiologist for 19 years. He has completed DNB (Cardiology), MBBS, MD - General Medicine . He is currently practising at Heart Clinic in Dwarka, Delhi. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Amit Gupta on Lybrate.com.

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Education
DNB (Cardiology) - NBE - 2010
MBBS - Government Medical College - 1999
MD - General Medicine - JIWAJI University Gwalior - 2003
Professional Memberships
Medical Council of India (MCI)
Indian Medical Association (IMA)

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C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
Important Differences Between High Blood Pressure Staging & Classing
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There are two different �typing� schemes doctors use when describing high blood pressure. The first, classification, conveys information about the underlying cause of the high blood pressure. The second, staging, refers to the severity of the high blood pressure itself.

The Staging System:

The system used to stage high blood pressure is very simple. Blood pressure has essentially two varieties; Stage I and Stage II.
The qualifications for staging high blood pressure as either Stage I or Stage II are based simply on numbers. If average measured blood pressure is above a certain numerical cutoff point, it is staged accordingly.

Stage I Hypertension:
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Stage I Hypertension refers to blood pressure with average readings that are above 140/90 but below the criteria for Stage II Hypertension. Stage I Hypertension is an early, but still important form of high blood pressure. Depending on certain lifestyle factors, doctors may choose to either begin treatment with medicine or to allow for a �grace period� during which the patient is instructed to make certain diet and activity changes in an attempt to reduce the blood pressure.

Stage II Hypertension:
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Stage II Hypertension can be diagnosed via either of two numbers. A measurement of either
systolic blood pressure >160
diastolic pressure >100
qualifies as Stage II Hypertension.

Treatment guidelines allow for much less flexibility in the initial approach to Stage II Hypertension, and those diagnosed at this stage are almost universally started on antihypertensive medicines immediately.
Stage II Hypertension also requires more frequent blood pressure checks and more careful monitoring.

Sir, To drink plenty of warm water is harmful for heart, kidneys or lungs? How much maximum water should intake in 24 hours. Thanks.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Kolkata
Sir, To drink plenty of warm water is harmful for heart, kidneys or lungs? How much maximum water should intake in 24...
Hello, No drinking of warm water is not harmful for heart, kidney and lungs. According to your height and age your body weight should under 70 kg. You should take about 6% water of your body weight. As much as possible you should take drinkable warm water alongwith 5/6 Fresh one seeded garlic root which will increase your metabolic rate and reduce the body weight. This will help you to prevent the possibilities of future heart ProblemAlso don't take any Junk food, Clod water, fatty oil. If you follow this, I am sure that you will call me after two months if there has no any medical problem. If you have any medical problem then You should go through proper Characterized Homeopathic case recording for your individualized treatment else your problem will persist.
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Hi my mother is 50 years old and suffering from knee pain I have checked with orthopedic Dr. But he saying there is gap of bones and operation is only one solution so requested to you kindly help of this issue and avoid operation. Second thing my mother is suffering from from sugar & high BP.

BHMS
Homeopath, Delhi
Hi my mother is 50 years old and suffering from knee pain I have checked with orthopedic Dr. But he saying there is g...
Mr. Lybrate-user. I suggest you take homoeopathic medicine medorrhinum10, m. Calcaea phos. 6x. Kali. Carb 30 ok tds for 1 month solve your problem k.
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I am a male of 29 years age. I was normal until only two years ago, I unintentionally measured by B.P and it came a little bit on higher side. Then I went to doctor and he also checked my B.P and it came a little on higher side. Then the doctor advised me to go for 24 hours ambulatory blood pressure monitoring and it came out to be normal but initial readings were high. Then doctor told me that you have white coat effect. I become nervous whenever someone else checks my b.p whether at home or in a clinical setting and my b.p comes out on higher side. But whenever I am alone and I record my B.P on automatic B.P monitor, it comes out to be normal and most of the times below 120/80. But from the last one year I feeling slight tinges near my heart and I feel that that my heart is beating against my chest but not to that extent but when I put my hand near hand, I can feel my heat beating sharply and like against my chest. I did an ECG and it showed left ventricular hypertrophy but showed that it might be some voltage criteria. Then I did an ECHO and it came out to be perfectly normal. But still I feel that there is something wrong with my heart and I continuously feel some tinges in my heart. Doctors first put me on petril beta and then other put me on concor 5 mg along with some anti depressants. Currently the cardiologist has put me on stalopam 5 mg and clonazepam 0.25 mg. That is all. But still I feel that I am not healthy and I always fear that there is something wrong with my heart and that might be due to high bp. Please help me and please tell me that whether automatic bp monitors from which I measure bp at home are accurate or not. Please help me.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
I am a male of 29 years age. I was normal until only two years ago, I unintentionally measured by B.P and it came a l...
White coat hypertension means only have anxiety related BP and automatic BP monitoring device is only for a screening The term “white coat” comes from references to the white coats traditionally worn by doctors. The white coat effect means that your blood pressure is higher when it is taken in a medical setting than it is when taken at home. On average, when your blood pressure is taken at home the top (systolic) number can be around 10 mmHg lower than it would be if taken by a doctor and 5 mmHg lower on the bottom (diastolic) number. For some people this difference can be even greater.
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My dad is 45 years old and he is having a hole in heart and condition is such that operation is impossible so what to do?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Noida
My dad is 45 years old and he is having a hole in heart and condition is such that operation is impossible so what to...
I would like to suggest you about your father's problems of heart. You may give him the following ayurveda medicines. Asgandh powder. 2gm arjun powder. 2gm brahmi powder. 1gm this is one dose and take twice daily with warm milk or warm water. For one month. If he feels better result then continue it for three months.
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I am 62 years old male. I am taking medicine for BP for 10 years. My creatinine level is 2.2. Kindly advice me.

MD, Fellowship in Intergrative Medicine, MBBS
Integrated Medicine Specialist, Kochi
I am 62 years old male.
I am taking medicine for BP for 10 years.
My creatinine level is 2.2.
Kindly advice me.
Check your medicines you are taking That may be the cause for your creatinine Hypertension is both lifestyle and dietary disease which requires only lifestyle and dietary changes and no medicine is needed provided the triggers are identified and treated. BP medicines cause complications which your Dr. is not going to talk about and you never ask your doctor also .So read up first and question your Dr. Doctors lack of nutrition and preventive medicine knowledge combined with vested monetary interests prevents diseases from getting cured completely. Do not believe in the lies told by drs that you have to take BP medicines lifelong. Reversible causes of BP like Mineral, Vitamin deficiency, high calorie diet, Thyroid disease ,Stress etc needs to be excluded and treated which will cure your high BP. 1) Detailed history including dietary & lifestyle habits needed in addition to medical, occupational ,& environment history 2) Comprehensive lab testing needed which should have tests for inflammation and mineral deficiency. Do tests reflecting not focusing on heart alone. 3) Get detailed dietary and lifestyle habits advice based on the basis of detailed history and lab tests results. If you do not follow these 3 steps you will be left with no other option other than life long medications and Dr. shopping Send feedback with name and contact number and take consult. Rule out any structural heart disease as proved by normal cardiac tests like Echo, and TMT, If your test results are all normal but you are still having high BP that clearly indicates your Dr. Has not addressed the root cause of the problem. Dr. medicating you without educating you puts a temporary fix which is more profitable for the doctor Wake up and Get educated and never medicated for any Lifestyle and dietary disease like high BP.
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Can you tell me the food materials which are good for heart patients having some problems.

DM - Cardiology -, MD - General Medicine - , MBBS, FSCAI, MHRS, FACC, FESC , Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology & EP, Interventional Cardiology & EP and Devices, Senior Specialist( Interventional Cardiology), Fellow of southeast Asian Interventional Cardiology Society, International Award of Excellence in Cardiology
Cardiologist, Delhi
Can you tell me the food materials which are good for heart patients having some problems.
Definitely deep fried things should be avoided, most important is the total calorie you take. Eat fruits and vegetables.
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As in morning I go for running everyday but while running I feel exhaust chest pains for little while what is the reason. I asked everybody they said because of empty stomach. What should I eat before running and after running or jogging.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
As in morning I go for running everyday but while running I feel exhaust chest pains for little while what is the rea...
Dear lybrateuser, -Eat a fruit like banana or an apple, a whole wheat & non-veg sandwich, yogurt, nuts before running -after a run or workout the body requires protein to repair the tissues, you can have eggs, beans, cheese, milk, cottage cheese, sprouts.
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I have been taking Losar H for last almost 10 years. Now it’s cost has risen a lot and I found Zilla H looks like a good substitute. Should I go ahead with Zilos H? Any precaution to take?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Mumbai
I have been taking Losar H for last almost 10 years. Now it’s cost has risen a lot and I found Zilla H looks like a g...
You have full liberty to select as per cost & effect. Just think you have tried to control the pressure, but did not try to eliminate the cause. If interested in AYURVEDA, you can start with SHAMSAMNI VATI 2 Tab thrice & ASHWAGANDHARISTHA 10 ml + ARJUNARISTHA 10 ml + water 20 ml after lunch l & dinner.
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