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Dr. Sameer Mehrotra - Cardiologist, Delhi

Dr. Sameer Mehrotra

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MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Cardiology, Cardiac Device Specialist (CCD...

Cardiologist, Delhi

19 Years Experience  ·  1000 at clinic
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Dr. Sameer Mehrotra 91% (1030 ratings) MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Cardiology, Cardiac De... Cardiologist, Delhi
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To develop patient-doctor relationship for providing latest and best cardiac solutions for heart diseases like coronary blockages, palpitations including AF, VT, cardiac device implantati......more
To develop patient-doctor relationship for providing latest and best cardiac solutions for heart diseases like coronary blockages, palpitations including AF, VT, cardiac device implantation (CRT-D, PPI, ICD) and heart failure management
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Dr Sameer Mehrotra is a Consultant Cardiologist in North West Delhi and has 14 years of experience in this field. Dr Sameer Mehrotra practices at Max Hospital in Shalimar Bagh, Delhi. Dr Sameer Mehrotra has completed his MBBS in 1998 and MD (Internal Medicine) in 2002 from Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. Also, he has done DM (Cardiology) from All India Institute of Medical Science, New Delhi in 2009. Prior to joining Jaypee Hospital, he was at Medanta Hospital, Gurgaon. Dr Mehrotra is proficient in interventional cardiology, electrophysiology, pacemaker and device implantation. He has performed more than 5000 simple and complex angioplasties and has wide experience in handling simple and complex arrhythmias, pacemaker and devices implantation(more than 200) and follow up. His area of interest includes complex angioplasties, left main disease and CTO?s. Dr Mehrotra has five research papers published in national and international journals to his credit. He has been a faculty at various conferences and is a member of Cardiological Society of India and Indian Heart Rhythm Society. Dr Sameer practices at Max Hospital, Shalimar Bagh, North West Delhi and charges Rs800 as the consultation fees so, when you are dealing with a complex health condition like heart disease you can book an online appointment with him. According to the reviews of the patients, Dr. Sameer is a very efficient doctor. We highly recommend him because of his competence and patient friendly nature. Unlike other doctors, Dr Sameer gets the tests done only if absolutely necessary and is capable of handling all cardiac emergencies.

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Education
MBBS - Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU - 1998
MD - Internal Medicine - Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU - 2002
DM - Cardiology - All India Institute of Medical Science, New Delhi, - 2009
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Cardiac Device Specialist (CCDS - Physician ) - IBHRE Certified - 2015
Past Experience
2004 - 2006 Senior Resident (Cardiology) at G.B Pant Hospital
2006 - 2009 D.M trainee in cardiology at All India Institute of Medical Science
2009 - 2011 Associate Consultant in Cardiology at Medanta-The Medicity
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2011 - 2014 Consultant in Cardiology at Medanta-The Medicity
2014 to 2015 - Senior Consultant:Interventional Cardiology & Electrophysiology at Jaypee Hospital
2015 - Present Senior Consultant: Interventional Cardiology & Electrophysiology at Max Hospital Shalimar Bagh: N Delhi
Doing independent primary and elective angloplasties, diagnostic electrophysiology and ablation procedures and assisting in various procedures like scar VT and AF ablation , putting all devices including CRT-D independently. at Independent
Languages spoken
English
Hindi
Professional Memberships
Cardiological society of India
Indian heart rhythm society

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Heart and Rhythm Care Clinic

6/4, Ground Floor, East Patel Nagar, Near Patel Nagar Metro StationDelhi Get Directions
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Max Hospital - Pitampura

HB Twin Tower, Near NTower, Wazirpur District Centre, Pitampura,Delhi Get Directions
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Max Hospital - Gurgaon

B - Block, Sushant Lok - I, Opp. Huda City Centre Metro Station, Gurgaon, Haryana Gurgaon Get Directions
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Max Super Speciality Hospital - Shalimar Bagh

FC-50, C & D Block,Shalimar Bagh,New delhi Get Directions
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Sitaram Bhartia Institute

B-16, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi, Delhi 110016Delhi Get Directions
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Pusa Road, Rajinder Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi 110005Delhi Get Directions
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5 Risk Factors for High BP!

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Cardiology, Cardiac Device Specialist (CCDS - Physician )
Cardiologist, Delhi
5 Risk Factors for High BP!

1) High Dietary Salt/Sodium intake - >5gms salt/>2.3 gms of salt per day increases the risk of developing BP at early age. 

2) Smoking or consuming tobacco products like khaini etc (even occasional consumption can be harmful).

3) Stressful lifestyle, anxiety and decrease sleep - Meditation, decreasing daily stress and sleeping 8 hrs a day can help control BP. 

4) Lack of exercise and physical activity - Daily 30-40 mins of exercise or brisk walking is absolutely essential to remain healthy and avoid BP and heart problems. 

5) High Cholesterol can lead to blockages in arteries of various organs, which in-turn leads to high BP. Hence getting cholesterol checked annually can help in diagnosing it timely.

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My father was hospitalized due to lungs infection of severe pneumonia, treatment was done with merotec antibiotics. After 20 days of treatment he was released and continuing the treatment at home. Recently few symptoms are being observed as below and doctors are asking several tests but the treatment is not being up to the mark. 1. Frequently having chest pain 2. Frequently blood is coming out with cough in the morning only. 3. Feeling pain a bit in whole body all the time. 4. Weakness Please suggest what needs to be done and what not.

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Cardiology, Cardiac Device Specialist (CCDS - Physician )
Cardiologist, Delhi
My father was hospitalized due to lungs infection of severe pneumonia, treatment was done with merotec antibiotics. A...
1) Please understand as mentioned by the symptoms your father is still suffering from some kind of lung issue highly likely that to be an infection, since we donot have the previous records it will be difficult to understand what was the issue, but most probably doctors must have suspected pneumonia and treated him with antibiotic as per local practice but given that the symptoms have persisted he definitely need further detailed investigation to find the cause of the problem so that the treatment can be changed accordingly, a sputum culture, Chest Ct scan, bronchoscopy and biopsy may have been advised, it will be difficult to diagnose correctly without teats, so please consult a good pulmonologist and follow their advice for prompt diagnosis and treatment.
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I suffer from high blood but my pressure rises in sleep and it goes up to 170/100 I am taking metpure xl 25 once a day .during day it is normal no matter how much I work or take tension but it rises at night in sleep.

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Cardiology, Cardiac Device Specialist (CCDS - Physician )
Cardiologist, Delhi
I suffer from high blood but my pressure rises in sleep and it goes up to 170/100 I am taking metpure xl 25 once a da...
1) Normally BP falls during sleep, it is unusual that it rises 2) Better and more potent drugs are available as first line antihypertensives than met-xl. 3) Please consult a cardiologist for detailed evaluation including, echo and ecg to rule out any reason for this increase of BP at night and also for change of your treatment. Please ensure that you do not smoke, drink and decrease your daily caffeine intake and avoid drinking coffee before sleeping. Also exercise everyday for 40 mins like brisk walking and eat a healthy diet with salt restriction.
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I am 31 weeks pregnant. My blood pressure is 107 systolic and 80 diastolic. Is that ok? Will I get hypertension? Is there any need to use medication now. Please suggest me.

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Cardiology, Cardiac Device Specialist (CCDS - Physician )
Cardiologist, Delhi
I am 31 weeks pregnant. My blood pressure is 107 systolic and 80 diastolic. Is that ok? Will I get hypertension? Is t...
Your BP at the moment is fine and there is no way to predict whether you may develop hypertension or not and neither are there any medication that can prevent it from happening. All that you can do is stay relaxed, eat healthy as advised by your gynae and dietitian, do relaxation exercises as advised by your gynae and keep in regular follow up so that just in case hypertension develops at any stage it can be identified at the earliest and treated timely.
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Whenever I sit for long, and many a times even for short period, my body starts paining. Also my heart somehow becomes a different in a way that it pains and it beats irregular. I am also suffering from constipation and in a way chronic body pain. Please advice me regarding these problems. Thanks for reading my Problems.

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Cardiology, Cardiac Device Specialist (CCDS - Physician )
Cardiologist, Delhi
Whenever I sit for long, and many a times even for short period, my body starts paining. Also my heart somehow become...
Please get a ecg, CBC, vitamin D, calcium levels done and consult an internal medicine specialist. You may having vitamin and mineral deficiencies these tests will help in identifying them and your doctor can treat you accordingly.
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Salt Restriction For BP - 10 Tips!

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Cardiology, Cardiac Device Specialist (CCDS - Physician )
Cardiologist, Delhi
Salt Restriction For BP - 10 Tips!

Salt or more specifically Sodium plays a crucial role in BP management. Too high salt/Sodium ingestion can cause high BP while too low salt/sodium levels can cause low BP. So it is important to maintain an optimum salt intake. Studies have shown that a reduction in the amount of sodium consumed through the diet leads to a noticeable decrease of blood pressure and therefore, it is important to keep salt intake as low as possible. Salt intake is not same as Sodium intake. Salt is Sodium Chloride and is just one of the forms in which human beings consume Sodium. Here are some tips--

  1. Recommended Salt/ Sodium intake - Adults should consume <5gms of salt in a day (appx 1 teaspoon salt)/ Or <2.3 gms of sodium daily. Ideal Sodium intake should be <1.5 gms daily. 
  2. To decrease salt/sodium, AVOID processed foods like Chips, nachos, popcorns, namkeens like bhujiya, salted peanuts etc, pickles, papads, chutneys, sauces like tomato and soya sauce, ready-to-eat meals, junk and fried food like burgers, french fries, cured hams or bacon or salami, packed salty drinks like juices or buttermilk, hot chocolate etc. 
  3. Avoid adding salt from over the top in your salads, soups, curds and vegetables. 
  4. DO NOT Absolutely remove salt from your diet. Hence, Salt used while cooking the food at home is fine, but once the food is cooked do not add extra salt/chaat masala in the cooked food. 
  5. Teach healthy eating habits to your children by encouraging them to eat fruits, vegetables, drinking fresh food and home cooked meals rather than junk food. 
  6. If you are heart failure patient or kidney disease patient discuss with your Cardiologist or Nephrologist about the optimum recommended salt intake specified for you. 
  7. It is difficult to get used to low salt in terms of taste when you are used to salty taste, but it is possible. But the health benefits of controlling salt in diet can play a major role in BP reduction thus preventing the need for medicines, hence it can be worthwhile to get used to low salt taste.
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Hii I have a blood pressure 145/95 taking telasartrsn 40 since one year is this need to be taken life long? My bw is 98 height 5'8" family history of diabetes. Thank you.

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Cardiology, Cardiac Device Specialist (CCDS - Physician )
Cardiologist, Delhi
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I have a blood pressure 145/95 taking telasartrsn 40 since one year is this need to be taken life long? My bw is ...
Even with telmisartan your BP is still slightly higher, so 1) please ensure than along with medicines you are take lifestyle measures like daily 40 mins of exercise like brisk walking, no smoking or drinking, eating a salt controlled diet high in fruits, fibres and vegetables and low in sugar, carbohydrate and saturated fats. 2) You at present need to continue the medicine, infact you may need an increase in medication 3) regarding the decision to stop it that needs to be taken by a doctor based on your long term BP trends, so remain in close follow up with your treating doctor.
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Hi doctor I'm 25 year old and my blood pressure is always low (lower 60-70/higher 100-110) so please suggest me what I do.

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Cardiology, Cardiac Device Specialist (CCDS - Physician )
Cardiologist, Delhi
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I'm 25 year old and my blood pressure is always low (lower 60-70/higher 100-110) so please suggest me what ...
Kindly consult a local cardiologist for a detailed evaluation of the cause of this low BP as there can be many causes of low BP, you will require echo, BP in sitting, standing and lying down position, blood tests like TSH, CALCIUM LEVELS, Hemoglobin levels, vitamin b12 and folic acid levels etc so that you can be treated accordingly.
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Hello, Dr. My wife 43 years is suffering from hypertension measuring 90 - 140 & fluctuate 10 + - with slight high tgl. She have complain of breathless Ness on little walk and complain pain in lower limb. Is this due to HTN? Can you please advise medicine for her? Three days before she started amlin -5 mg.

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Cardiology, Cardiac Device Specialist (CCDS - Physician )
Cardiologist, Delhi
Hello, Dr. My wife 43 years is suffering from hypertension measuring 90 - 140 & fluctuate 10 + - with slight high tgl...
1) Please understand that without evaluating her and doing tests like ecg, ecgo, chest x-ray, hemoglobin levels, calcium, vitamin D3 and vitamin B12 it will not be possible for us to understand exactly what is causing her breathlessness and treatment. 2) It will be better to consult a cardiologist for evaluation and then take treatment advice.
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