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Dr. Vamsi Krishna Kamana

M.D, D.M, fellow interventional cardiology

Cardiologist, hyderabad

4 Years Experience  ·  1000 at clinic  ·  ₹250 online
Dr. Vamsi Krishna Kamana M.D, D.M, fellow interventional cardiology Cardiologist, hyderabad
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Dr. Vamsi Krishna Kamana is a popular Cardiologist in Punjagutta, Hyderabad. He has been a practicing Cardiologist for 4 years. He has done M.D, D.M, fellow interventional cardiology . He is currently practising at Vamsi Krishna kamana in Punjagutta, Hyderabad. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Vamsi Krishna Kamana on Lybrate.com.

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M.D, D.M - Gandhi Medical College, Hyderabad - 2015
fellow interventional cardiology - KMC, manipal - 2016
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Heart Healthy Foods

MSc
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Lucknow
Heart Healthy Foods

Heart is one of the most vital organs of our body. It is responsible for just about everything that gives our body life by pumping blood to the rest of our body parts. So it is very essential that we keep this organ of ours healthy and in good shape for better functioning by providing it with necessary food and thus preventing the cause of cardiovascular diseases. The best dietician in India says that you should include the following foods in your diet for a healthy heart:

·        Green leafy vegetables: The best dietician in India says that eating green leafy vegetables such as spinach, lettuce, fenugreek etc. is good for the heart and will reduce the risk of heart diseases since they are high in fibre. They also contain folic acid, magnesium, calcium etc. which are good for the heart.

·        Oats: The best dietician in India says that oats is another heart healthy food. Oats contain beta glucan that lowers LDL cholesterol and therefore oats is very good for the heart.

·        Whole grains: Whole grains such as wheat, barley etc. are another excellent food for the heart. Whole grains are rich in fibre and vitamins, and hence they are good for the heart. The best dietician in India says that regular consumption of whole grains can reduce blood pressure too.

·        Nuts: Nuts contain the good fats and they are also rich sources of omega 3s. The best dietician in India says that consuming them regularly will reduce your risk of heart diseases. Consuming them regularly will also help you to reduce bad cholesterol and raise good cholesterol.

·        Chickpeas: Chickpeas are a very good source of fibre. The best dietician in India says that consuming chickpeas will also help you to lower your bad cholesterol and raise high cholesterol.

·        Dark chocolate: Dark chocolate is rich in flavanols, which can help you to lower blood pressure. The best dietician in India says that consuming dark chocolate in moderation is very good for your heart.

·        Tomatoes:Tomatoes are rich in Vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium and fibre and also in lycopene, and the combination of these nutrients can help to prevent heart diseases and have a healthy heart

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What is the exact way to check bp in a digital machine and how accurate is it over the conventional one use by a doctor?

M.B.B.S., M.D.
General Physician, Delhi
What is the exact way to check bp in a digital machine and how accurate is it over the conventional one use by a doctor?
Not accurate, wide variation may happen. So every time you should take 3 reading and take average of 3, which is more accurate.
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I am having high cholesterol ,LDL & TRIGLYCERIDE also very high. How to control this problem pls suggest me some medical advice pls.

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Cardiology, Cardiac Device Specialist (CCDS - Physician )
Cardiologist, Delhi
I am having high cholesterol ,LDL & TRIGLYCERIDE also very high. How to control this problem pls suggest me some medi...
You have not mentioned the complete report of entire cholesterol profile, Please share that so that we can understand if you will require just lifestyle changes or a combination of medicine & lifestyle changes. For cholesterol derangement, the first line of management is diet change, introduction of daily exercise in your routine and quiting alcohol. For diet please take a detailed diet consult with a dietitan for low fat diet, eat fruits and vegetables and avoid fried, junk food or high sugary food like sweets and desserts. Exercise daily for 40 mins like brisk walking, yoga or jogging etc. Quit smoking and drinking in case you do. And if you are overweight try to loose weight using diet and exercise precaustions. After 6 weeks of the precautions please repeat your tests, if still high, consult a doctor for starting cholesterol lowering medicines.
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Sir, Am 40years old male and have high BP (ie 185/115), from last 3 to 4 years and am taken medicine daily for this. Now reduced around 150/105 average. Also past 4 to 5 days am affected with neck and both shoulder pain. This symptom are related to BP and what should I do?. By Manoj, Coimbatore. India.

Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS), Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS)
Orthopedist, Trichy
Sir, Am 40years old male and have high BP (ie 185/115), from last 3 to 4 years and am taken medicine daily for this. ...
unless the pain is on the left side then it will not be related to your BP. only if its on the left side then the high BP can affect your heart and in turn cause pain on the left side. if you have any numbness or weakness in the upper limb then it could be due to neck (spine ).
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Hello mam, I am diabetic type 2 but through medicine I have proper control on that but mere bp control nahi hai 170/92 and I am taking zulip g1 forte for diabetes control and for bp telling ch 80.

MBBS, Post Graduate Diploma in Diabetology (PGDD)
Endocrinologist, Chennai
Hello mam, I am diabetic type 2 but through medicine I have proper control on that but mere bp control nahi hai 170/9...
Hello lybrate-user. I understand your concern. I would suggest you to visit a doctor nearby and check your BP manually and let the doctor evaluate you and decide on a BP medicine. You will also need to get your blood workup and ECG done (its routine) sometime soon. Hope this helps.

What is syncope? Is it regular fainting or unconsciousness? What are its symptoms.

PDDM, MHA, MBBS
General Physician, Nashik
What is syncope? Is it regular fainting or unconsciousness? What are its symptoms.
Syncope is defined as a transient, self-limited loss of consciousness [1] with an inability to maintain postural tone that is followed by spontaneous recovery.

My Age-47 female and weight-80 height-5.2 recently done some tests, results are:- total cholesterol- 225 mg/dl non-HDL cholesterol-165.6 mg/dl liver test:- aspartate aminotransferase (SGOT)-36.7 U/L protein total-8.38 gm/dl serum globulin-4.42 gm/dl serum ALb/globulin ratio-0.9 HEMOGRAM-6 PART test MCV-101.8 fl MCHC-28 g/dl RDW-SD-55 fl RDW-CV-14.6% PDW-19 fl MPV-13.1 fl PCT-0.15% these are some highlighted test results which are above or below normal range. Kindly tell me is there any problem. Many times I feel fade taste in mouth.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
My Age-47 female and weight-80 height-5.2 recently done some tests, results are:-
total cholesterol- 225 mg/dl
non-HD...
Hello lybrate-user. With todays life style and other factors. It is common to has one or the other test coming out of normal range. And we cannot base our treatment on just numbers of the tests. We need proper patient details and their symptoms. Etc. To give proper suggestion. You can consult if you have any severe problems. Otherwise it is better to stick to healthy lifestyle and food pattern to maintain the health. For better health you can start a multivitamin tablet. And some other nutritious products.

7 Risk Factors For Heart Disease And Ways To Manage Them

PGDCC (Cardiology ), CCEBDM (Diabetes), CCGDM (Gestational Diabetes), CCMTD (Thyroid), MBBS
Cardiologist, Udaipur
7 Risk Factors For Heart Disease And Ways To Manage Them

Heart diseases also called as cardiovascular diseases include a wide spectrum of conditions which affect your heart. The diseases include blood vessel diseases, heart attack, rhythm problems, and angina. Heart diseases are currently the most common cause of death worldwide.

There are a large number of risk factors which predispose you to increased risk of heart diseases. Some of those risk factors cannot be modified (non-modifiable) and are not under our control while there are others that you can modify (modifiable) to prevent heart diseases.

While you cannot do much about non-modifiable risk factors (like age and family history) you can reduce your chances of heart disease by working on the modifiable risk factors. This include:

1. Smoking

Smokers have more than twice the risk of heart attack as compared to nonsmokers. In fact, even nonsmokers who are exposed to constant smoke (such as living with a spouse who smokes) also have an increased risk.

What you can do: Quit smoking or never start smoking at all. If you find it hard to quit on your own, consult an expert who can walk you through the entire process.

2. Obesity and physical inactivity

You are at increased risk of heart disease if your body weight is more than 20% of the ideal weight or if you are fat and obese. The most common reason for this is physical inactivity or sedentary lifestyle.

What you can do: start exercising regularly. You should exercise for 30-45 minutes for at least 5 days/week. Even leisure activities like walking or gardening can lower the risk. You can also set a pedometer goal of 10, 000 steps a day.

3. Unhealthy diet

Taking a diet rich in saturated fats, salt, and refined sugars can significantly increase the risk of heart diseases.

Things you can do: Include a lot of fruits, vegetables, nuts, whole grains in your diet. Avoid taking fried food which is rich in saturated fats.


4. High blood pressure

Hypertension or high blood pressure is one of the most common heart diseases risk factor in the western countries and adequate measures should be taken to keep it under control.

What you can do: you should keep the blood pressure under control through diet, exercise, and medications.

5. Diabetes

Diabetes itself can cause significant damage to the heart and along with other risk factors, it can have a synergistic effect.

What you can do: keep your diabetes under control by making some lifestyle changes like healthy diet, exercise, taking medicines as prescribed by your doctor and going for routine blood tests and health check-ups.

6. High cholesterol

The risk of heart disease increases as the total amount of fat or lipids in your blood increases.

What you can do: have a diet low in fat and rich in fruits and vegetables. Start exercising regularly. Get a lipid profile test done regularly to know your lipid status. Consult a doctor if the levels are too high for lipid lowering drugs.

7. Stress

People who take are prone to getting stressed easily and who cannot manage their stress effectively are at much higher risk.

What you can do: de-stress yourself by indulging in hobbies or activities which you like. Try yoga or meditation or join a club or class for the company.

It is not necessary that if you have these risk factors, you will definitely develop cardiovascular disease. But, the more risk factors you have, the greater is the likelihood that you might develop these diseases. Therefore, it is important that you adopt a healthy lifestyle and take appropriate preventive measures.

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I am 29 years old. Recently 1 month back I have suffered from breathing problem, asthmatic cough, cold. I took medicine and inhaler and it got cured. But again sometime I feel breathing problem. And very frequently getting cold. Need help to cure this cold cough problem permanently.

Diploma In Gastroenterology, Diploma In Dermatology, BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
Try these five tips to manage your cough at home: Stay Hydrated. An upper respiratory tract infection like a cold or flu causes postnasal drip. ... Try Lozenges and Hot Drinks. Try a menthol cough drop, Yoder suggests. ... Take Steamy Showers, and Use a Humidifier. ... Remove Irritants From the Air. ... Take Medications to Treat Coughs.
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