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Dr. Asha Rani Khanna  - Cardiologist, Delhi

Dr. Asha Rani Khanna

DM - Cardiology, MD - Paediatrics, MBBS

Cardiologist, Delhi

48 Years Experience  ·  700 at clinic
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Dr. Asha Rani Khanna DM - Cardiology, MD - Paediatrics, MBBS Cardiologist, Delhi
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I want all my patients to be informed and knowledgeable about their health care, from treatment plans and services, to insurance coverage....more
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Dr. Asha Rani Khanna is a popular Cardiologist in Tughlaqabad, Delhi. She has over 48 years of experience as a Cardiologist. She has done DM - Cardiology, MD - Paediatrics, MBBS . You can meet Dr. Asha Rani Khanna personally at Batra Hospital & Medical Research Center in Tughlaqabad, Delhi. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Asha Rani Khanna on Lybrate.com.

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Education
DM - Cardiology - AIIMS - 1980
MD - Paediatrics - AIIMS - 1975
MBBS - AIIMS - 1970
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English
Hindi

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1, Tughlakabad Institution, Near Jamia, N DelhiDelhi Get Directions
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Pls help by telling some medications for low blood pressure as its taking place frequently.

BAMS
Ayurveda, Bangalore
Hi, Follow these tips to increase your blood pressure: 1. Increase intake of salt by adding salt to curds rice and taking pickles along with curds rice. 2. Drink plenty of fluids like Nimbu pani, tender coconut, water, buttermilk, fresh fruit juices,etc. 3.Drink hot coffee or tea when you feel dizzy. 4. Take sound sleep for 7-8 hours at night. 5. Avoid standing for too long hours. 6. Do yoga and meditation which helps to relieve mental stress and control emotions. 7. Avoid anxiety, stress and depression. 8. Perform regular exercises. 9. Consume lots of fresh green leafy vegatables, fruits, sprouts, high protein diet, etc. 10. Check your Hb% and BP with your family doctor and take their advise for further management.
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My son 24 years has BP 150/93 TO 160/100 since more than 1 yr. With medication. Presently he is having the following medication: telmisartan 80 mg prolomet XL 50 TS Cilacar 20 Prent BP continues to be 150/100 showing no improvement. ECG, Eco and treadmill Test reflects good Heart condition.

MBBS, Dip.Cardiology, Fellowship in Clinical Cardiology(FICC), Fellowship in Echocardiology
Cardiologist, Ghaziabad
My son 24 years has BP 150/93 TO 160/100 since more than 1 yr. With medication. Presently he is having the following ...
Hi Normal range of blood pressure is between 90/60 to 140/90, anything above or below is is abnormal. Many factors can affect blood pressure, including: 1) The amount of water and salt you have in your body 2) The condition of your kidneys, nervous system, or blood vessels 3) Your hormone levels You are more likely to be told your blood pressure is too high as you get older. This is because your blood vessels become stiffer as you age. When that happens, your blood pressure goes up. High blood pressure increases your chance of having a stroke, heart attack, heart failure, kidney disease, or early death. DASH stands for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension. It is an eating plan that is based on research studies sponsored by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI). These studies showed that DASH lowers high blood pressure and improves levels of cholesterol. This reduces your risk of getting heart disease. The DASH Diet Emphasizes vegetables, fruits, and fat-free or low-fat dairy products. Includes whole grains, fish, poultry, beans, seeds, nuts, and vegetable oils. Limits sodium, sweets, sugary beverages, and red meats. Along with DASH, other lifestyle changes can help lower your blood pressure. They include staying at a healthy weight, exercising, and not smoking. I read your query, by the information I have in hand my advice to you would be 1) Keep a BP daily record for at least one week 2) Basic tests should be one to rule out cardiac / kidney issues 3) unless any recent evaluation has been done I would advice these test Lipid Profile TSH KFT  Renal doppler  Get back to me with a detailed history and  old / new records for a better individualized advice.
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Hello sir my father has 63 yr, old from last 8 day he suffer from chest pain, treatment is going on but all family member r panic due to chest pain is it any problem to worry.

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Homeopath, Secunderabad
Hello sir my father has 63 yr, old from last 8 day he suffer from chest pain, treatment is going on but all family me...
Hope he has been checked thoroughly for any cardiac problem and treated properly. The diagnosis is important to analyse his case. You can update the current reports and his treatment plan for further clarification. Let him eat a light food which is easy to digest. If possible let him move about at home which will aid proper digestion.
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I am suffering from dry cough for the last 2 weeks and I have chest pain whenever I cough hard. Can you suggest what should be done?

MD (Physician), MD (Pulmonology)
Pulmonologist, Bareilly
I am suffering from dry cough for the last 2 weeks and I have chest pain whenever I cough hard. Can you suggest what ...
Dear Lybrateuser, Cough with mucus & and chest pain, can be symptoms of Chest Infection. You can try steam inhalation for temporary relief. In case you are not relieved please consult a Pulmonologist and get your Chest Xray & Sputum test done. Wishing you good health.
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I have high homocysteine level >60. Also I have high MCV levels based on the report. Please advice me on how to control. Thanks.

MD PHYSICIAN
General Physician, Delhi
I have high homocysteine level >60. Also I have high MCV levels based on the report. Please advice me on how to contr...
Homocysteine levels are related to deficiency of vitamins B6, B12, folic acid which inturn MCV increase can also occur due to vitamin B12 deficiency which could be one of the reason of increase homocysteine levels however its necessary to rule out cardiac disease risk. To maintain so 1) avoid red meat in diet you can take maximum two servings per week .eat more of green vegetables including green leafy vegetables and salads. 2)quit smoking 3) exercise daily 4) maintain your weight. 5) you can have multivitamins enriched with vitamin B6, B12 and folic acid. Repeat your homocysteine level in three months to acess the levels.
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Sir. I’m 49 years old and I’m a cardio patient I’m taking some medications like sweet Sr 500, olmesar 20 mg and Cardivas 250. On daily basis. Whilst taking these medications m I safe to take nutrients supply called “Flex oil” from Vestige. Please help me Sir.

BSc - Food & Applied Nutrition, MSc - Food & Applied Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
Sir. I’m 49 years old and I’m a cardio patient I’m taking some medications like sweet Sr 500, olmesar 20 mg and Cardi...
1. Control your portion size How much you eat is just as important as what you eat. Overloading your plate, taking seconds and eating until you feel stuffed can lead to eating more calories than you should. Portions served in restaurants are often more than anyone needs. Use a small plate or bowl to help control your portions. Eat larger portions of low-calorie, nutrient-rich foods, such as fruits and vegetables, and smaller portions of high-calorie, high-sodium foods, such as refined, processed or fast foods. This strategy can shape up your diet as well as your heart and waistline. Keep track of the number of servings you eat. The recommended number of servings per food group may vary depending on the specific diet or guidelines you're following. A serving size is a specific amount of food, defined by common measurements such as cups, ounces or pieces. For example, one serving of pasta is about 1/3 to 1/2 cup, or about the size of a hockey puck. A serving of meat, fish or chicken is about 2 to 3 ounces, or about the size and thickness of a deck of cards. Judging serving size is a learned skill. You may need to use measuring cups and spoons or a scale until you're comfortable with your judgment. 2. Eat more vegetables and fruits Vegetables and fruits are good sources of vitamins and minerals. Vegetables and fruits are also low in calories and rich in dietary fiber. Vegetables and fruits, like other plants or plant-based foods, contain substances that may help prevent cardiovascular disease. Eating more fruits and vegetables may help you cut back on higher calorie foods, such as meat, cheese and snack foods. Featuring vegetables and fruits in your diet can be easy. Keep vegetables washed and cut in your refrigerator for quick snacks. Keep fruit in a bowl in your kitchen so that you'll remember to eat it. Choose recipes that have vegetables or fruits as the main ingredients, such as vegetable stir-fry or fresh fruit mixed into salads. Fruits and vegetables to chooseFruits and vegetables to limit Fresh or frozen vegetables and fruits Low-sodium canned vegetables Canned fruit packed in juice or water Coconut Vegetables with creamy sauces Fried or breaded vegetables Canned fruit packed in heavy syrup Frozen fruit with sugar added 3. Select whole grains Whole grains are good sources of fiber and other nutrients that play a role in regulating blood pressure and heart health. You can increase the amount of whole grains in a heart-healthy diet by making simple substitutions for refined grain products. Or be adventuresome and try a new whole grain, such as whole-grain farro, quinoa or barley. Grain products to chooseGrain products to limit or avoid Whole-wheat flour Whole-grain bread, preferably 100% whole-wheat bread or 100% whole-grain bread High-fiber cereal with 5 g or more fiber in a serving Whole grains such as brown rice, barley and buckwheat (kasha) Whole-grain pasta Oatmeal (steel-cut or regular) White, refined flour White bread Muffins Frozen waffles Corn bread Doughnuts Biscuits Quick breads Cakes Pies Egg noodles Buttered popcorn High-fat snack crackers 4. Limit unhealthy fats Limiting how much saturated and trans fats you eat is an important step to reduce your blood cholesterol and lower your risk of coronary artery disease. A high blood cholesterol level can lead to a buildup of plaques in your arteries, called atherosclerosis, which can increase your risk of heart attack and stroke. The American Heart Association offers these guidelines for how much fat to include in a heart-healthy diet: Type of fatRecommendation Saturated fatNo more than 5 to 6% of your total daily calories, or no more than 11 to 13g of saturated fat if you follow a 2,000-calorie-a-day diet Trans fatAvoid You can reduce the amount of saturated fat in your diet by trimming fat off your meat or choosing lean meats with less than 10 percent fat. You can also add less butter, margarine and shortening when cooking and serving. You can also use low-fat substitutions when possible for a heart-healthy diet. For example, top your baked potato with low-sodium salsa or low-fat yogurt rather than butter, or use sliced whole fruit or low-sugar fruit spread on your toast instead of margarine. You may also want to check the food labels of some cookies, cakes, frostings, crackers and chips. Some of these — even those labeled "reduced fat" — may be made with oils containing trans fats. One clue that a food has some trans fat in it is the phrase "partially hydrogenated" in the ingredient list. When you do use fats, choose monounsaturated fats, such as olive oil or canola oil. Polyunsaturated fats, found in certain fish, avocados, nuts and seeds, also are good choices for a heart-healthy diet. When used in place of saturated fat, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats may help lower your total blood cholesterol. But moderation is essential. All types of fat are high in calories. An easy way to add healthy fat (and fiber) to your diet is ground flaxseed. Flaxseeds are small brown seeds that are high in fiber and omega-3 fatty acids. Some studies have found that flaxseeds may help lower cholesterol in some people, but more research is needed. You can grind the seeds in a coffee grinder or food processor and stir a teaspoon of them into yogurt, applesauce or hot cereal. Fats to chooseFats to limit Olive oil Canola oil Vegetable and nut oils Margarine, trans fat free Cholesterol-lowering margarine, such as Benecol, Promise Activ or Smart Balance Nuts, seeds Avocados Butter Lard Bacon fat Gravy Cream sauce Nondairy creamers Hydrogenated margarine and shortening Cocoa butter, found in chocolate Coconut, palm, cottonseed and palm-kernel oils.
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My mothers is 38 years old. She is suffering from blood pressure. What should we do?

MBBS, MD - Medicine, DM - Cardiology
Cardiologist, Delhi
Cut salt intake achieve ideal body weight regular exercise rule out sleep apnea take treatment regularly.
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