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Parklane Diagnostic Center

  4.7  (2403 ratings)

Cardiologist Clinic

CMR building,S.D. Road Secunderabad
1 Doctor · ₹350
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Our entire team is dedicated to providing you with the personalized, gentle care that you deserve. All our staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well....more
Our entire team is dedicated to providing you with the personalized, gentle care that you deserve. All our staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well.
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Parklane Diagnostic Center is known for housing experienced Cardiologists. Dr. Shaikh Swalehin Bux, a well-reputed Cardiologist, practices in Secunderabad . Visit this medical health centre for Cardiologists recommended by 99 patients.

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CMR building,S.D. Road
Secunderabad , Telangana - 500003
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Dr. Shaikh Swalehin Bux

MBBS, MD-General Medicine, DM - Cardiology
Cardiologist
93%  (2396 ratings)
16 Years experience
350 at clinic
₹250 online
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My weight is increasing regularly My bp is also high and cholesterol problem also.

MBBS, MD-General Medicine, DM - Cardiology
Cardiologist, Secunderabad
My weight is increasing regularly My bp is also high and cholesterol problem also.
Weight problem, high bp and cholesterol problem can be controlled by combination of diet, exercise and medication when needed. Try following daily 30 minutes of walk, atleast 5 days per week, eat low fat low carb low salt diet, drink plenty of water, get good sleep, avoid junk foods and colas and icecreams, along with medicine for bp if needed.
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What food to be eaten to make high blood pressure to norma. Present it's 200/120. Pls suggest.

MBBS, MD-General Medicine, DM - Cardiology
Cardiologist, Secunderabad
What food to be eaten to make high blood pressure to norma. Present it's 200/120. Pls suggest.
No food on earth can bring down this blood pressure to normal. Antihypertensive medication is must. If you are asking food along with medication then its different thing. Many people keep on avoiding medication at the cost of having high bp for a long time which causes damage to many organs silently. Regarding foods for high bp patients, its advisable to take low salt, low fat and low cab diet, rich in fruits and vegetables within limits of calorie allowance.
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Coronary Artery Disease - 6 Tips to Help You Manage It!

MBBS, MD-General Medicine, DM - Cardiology
Cardiologist, Secunderabad
Coronary Artery Disease - 6 Tips to Help You Manage It!

Coronary artery disease, also known as coronary heart disease or CHD, is a kind of disease in which a wax-like substance called plaque, builds up in the coronary arteries.

Function of Coronary Artery
The task of coronary arteries is to supply oxygen rich blood to the heart muscles. When there is the growth of plaque in these arteries, the condition is termed as atherosclerosis. Plaque builds up over the years, and it hardens or ruptures with time. When plaque gets hardened, it narrows the coronary arteries and thus disrupts the flow of oxygen-rich blood to the heart muscles causing coronary heart diseases. Millions of people are diagnosed with heart diseases, nowadays.

Though it is true that living with a heart disease is not easy, it is not impossible either. Many people are successfully leading a happy life in spite of having such diseases. With some major changes in your lifestyle, food habits and with the help of exercises and a healthy diet, it is possible to enjoy a happy life, irrespective of your diseases. 

Here are six ways that would help you to lead a better life, even if you have been diagnosed with coronary artery disease.

  1. Lifestyle changes: This is the first point that needs to be kept in mind if you are a CAD patient. Lifestyle changes are essential to make for a better health and life. Smoking and drinking have to be given up completely. It is advised to avoid secondary smoke, as much as possible.
  2. Exercises: This is the next important activity that needs to be a part of your daily routine to lead a healthy life. Consult with a doctor about the types of exercise that would suit your conditions. Some common exercises that would help are walking, jogging, and swimming, for at least 30 minutes at the most. Choose whichever activity you like doing. The motive of exercises is to get your heart-rate up.
  3. A Heart healthy diet: Get a chart prepared for your diet by a dietitian or by your doctor. This will keep your disease from getting worse. Stick to a heart-healthy eating plan, which consists of foods that can lower your risk of heart attack, stroke, etc. Include more fruits, vegetables, and other high fibre foods in your daily diet. Go for foods that are low in saturated fats, trans-fats, and cholesterol. Try to include fish into your diet.
  4. Maintain a healthy weight: Being overweight or obese aggravates any disease. So it is important to keep your body weight perfect.
  5. Taking medicines as prescribed: It is important to take medicines regularly and as prescribed by the physician.
  6. Keeping tensions, anxiety to a minimum: These will make the situation worse if you are CAD patient. So try to keep tension and anxiety away and lead a healthy life.
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Preventive Measures for Sudden Cardiac Arrest

MBBS, MD-General Medicine, DM - Cardiology
Cardiologist, Secunderabad
Preventive Measures for Sudden Cardiac Arrest

The most common reason to succumb to death in case of males is a sudden cardiac arrest. Though females also get affected, but the main victims are males over the age of 40. Reasons for the cardiac arrest are many, and the top one is a prevalent heart disease caused by several factors. Factors include high blood pressure, smoking, alcohol, stress, depression, work life imbalance, anxiety, high cholesterol, obesity, hereditary traits, etc.

If you also fall in the same age group or are nearing it, then you must get conscious right now that you don’t fall prey to a sudden cardiac arrest. If you get one, chances of survival depend on how soon you get a treatment and the potential in the body to receive treatment. However, prevention is always better than cure, and here are some measures that you can follow to prevent a cardiac arrest.

How to prevent getting a sudden cardiac arrest?

Prevention of a cardiac arrest starts right from the alteration of lifestyle. Diet and stress need to be monitored, and regular health checkups give you the confidence to stay better. Try following the steps below:

  1. Quit smoking totally as it really kills. The carbon particles block the filters in the lungs gradually and permanently, and limit the lungs' capacities to inhale and filter and absorb oxygen.

  2. If you drink, then do it socially and rarely. Long term alcohol consumption increases obesity and fat, and is another blood diluting agent. However, a low consumption helps by melting some LDL cholesterol and fat too.

  3. Exercise everyday. You need not do a strength training essentially. Simple, brisk walking, free hand exercising, etc. will do, but the body must get a warm up everyday.

  4. Go for a regular heart checkup in intervals of 6 months or 1 year. This will tell you the condition, the cholesterol deposition, the blood pressure and the overall blood circulation.

  5. Avoid junk and oily food, and things that build up cholesterol and fat in the body.

When you have just experienced a cardiac arrest-

When you have just experienced a cardiac arrest, you should seek help from a family member using the CPR technique, or a defibrillator. In both cases, the know-how to use the techniques and instruments is a must. Hence, if you know that you have a coronary heart disease and are prone to a sudden cardiac arrest, you must train a member in the family to use these immediate treatments, while they call the doctor.

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My right hand first finger and thumb is cold and rest of palm is warm and paining m a hypertension patient and taking amlodac 5 mg regularly.

MBBS, MD-General Medicine, DM - Cardiology
Cardiologist, Secunderabad
My right hand first finger and thumb is cold and rest of palm is warm and paining m a hypertension patient and taking...
You need immediate cardiologist consultation. I suspect there is blockage in blood supply to those fingers if not opened urgently you may have risk of losing your fingers.
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Hlo I have high cholesterol levels My cholesterol on 163 please give me diet plan fir reduce it.

MBBS, MD-General Medicine, DM - Cardiology
Cardiologist, Secunderabad
Hlo I have high cholesterol levels My cholesterol on 163 please give me diet plan fir reduce it.
If your total cholesterol is 163 then it's normal. If that's your ldl cholesterol then it's high. If you don't have any other risk factors then you can reduce by diet and exercise. No need for any medication at this point.
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On 22nd October I was suffering high blood pressure 175/130 and I was admitted on the spot at life line hospital at kandivali west mumbai and doctor suggest me angiography and I am do that. Nothing found in this report now I am normal but my question is what I do in future for blood pressure?

MBBS, MD-General Medicine, DM - Cardiology
Cardiologist, Secunderabad
On 22nd October I was suffering high blood pressure 175/130 and I was admitted on the spot at life line hospital at k...
Dear Raju, you need to maintain a healthy lifestyle apart from taking your medication regularly and doing regular checkups, frequencyfree of which depend upon your bp control. Low salt, low fat, and low carb diet, regular exercise, stress free living and good sleeping habit should complement your meds.
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I am 37 years old with hypothyroidism and taking 100 mg thyronorm. My cholesterol levels are 240 total HDL 48 triglycerides 150 ldl 190 I am not using any medicine for cholesterol. I don't want to use statins because of their proved side effects. I read that ldl receptors will be decreased in hypothyroid patients which is the cause for increased ldl. I follow healthy diet and do brisk walk 45 min a day. Are there any alternatives to lower ldl cholesterol alone.

MBBS, MD-General Medicine, DM - Cardiology
Cardiologist, Secunderabad
I am 37 years old with hypothyroidism and taking 100 mg thyronorm. My cholesterol levels are 240 total HDL 48 triglyc...
LDL of 190 is unacceptable. If with your current regimen it's not coming down then do start cholesterol reducing med. The side effects of statins are over exaggerated by ill informed press. But still if you have any reservations for statin, then you can start Ezetemibe, which though not as effective but may be a stating point.
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8 Steps to Heart by Healthy Eating

MBBS, MD-General Medicine, DM - Cardiology
Cardiologist, Secunderabad
8 Steps to Heart by Healthy Eating

Choose wisely
Be mindful about choosing heart healthy foods; for example:
- plant-based diets low in fat, salt and added sugars
- high fiber and whole grains
- lean protein
- foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids (flaxseed, salmon and other fish, certain oils and nuts)

2. Read food labels
The labels on the side of food and beverage packaging provide a lot of useful information about the nutritional content, including calories, sodium, cholesterol, fat, sugars and key vitamins per serving.

3. Mind your portions
Many of us overeat without really knowing it. Portions at restaurants even the size of bagels, baked goods and other prepared items have steadily gotten bigger over the years. Know how much is too much, and which foods are better to load up on. Some people find it helpful to visually divide their plate and pre-portioning healthy foods for the week.

4. Learn how to cook healthy
How you prep your food is important; try to avoid frying food and substitute unhealthy fats when possible. It's also best to make snacks and meals from scratch and limit processed foods, which often contain hidden sodium and added sugars.

When you do eat out try to reduce your calories, fat and salt by asking for:
- no added butter or salt
- half of the portion to be boxed up before they plate it for you
- the dressing on the side

5. Limit alcohol
Experts advise limiting it to one drink a day for women and two for men.

12 fl oz of
Regular beer
8-9 fl oz of
Malt liquor (shown in a 12-oz glass)
5 fl oz of
Table wine
 

3-4 fl oz of
Fortified wine
(such as sherry or port; 3.5 oz shown)
2-3 fl oz of
Cordial, liqueur, or aperitif (2.5 oz shown)
1.5 fl oz of brandy or cognac
(a single jigger or shot)
 

1.5 fl oz shot of 80-proof distilled spirits


6. Don't shop hungry
If you go to the grocery store hungry, you are more likely to make unhealthy impulse buys.

7. Keep a food diary
This is one of the best ways to look critically at your patterns of eating over time. Based on this information, you can make healthy changes. There are also nutritional and food tracking apps that can help.

8. Ask for help
Don't go it alone or attempt to cut out major foods groups or make too many changes at once; your efforts can backfire. Talk with your health care provider or nutritionist about how many calories you should be consuming each day and come up with an eating plan that is realistic and fits your life. Ask your partner or family to help you stick to a healthy diet.


A healthy diet can help you maintain a healthy body weight and control your blood cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar.

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Dr, How can I reduce my cholesterol level? Which types of food want to avoid and want to eat? Thank you.

MBBS, MD-General Medicine, DM - Cardiology
Cardiologist, Secunderabad
Dr,
How can I reduce my cholesterol level?
Which types of food want to avoid and want to eat?
Thank you.
Eating healthy diet and regular exercise to burn extra calories will help you in reducing cholesterol. As regards food is concerned green vegetables, salads, fruits are good. Avoid oil, fat, fast food, colas, sweets.
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Hi, I'm waseem, 25 years old. I've hypertension for 4 years now. I've been using Enam 5 mg (Enalapril Maleate). But now I feel that the strength isn't enough, I keep wanting more. Should I go for 10 mg or any other alternative. Though many say that at this age I shouldn't have hypertension at all.

MBBS, MD-General Medicine, DM - Cardiology
Cardiologist, Secunderabad
Hi, I'm waseem, 25 years old. I've hypertension for 4 years now. I've been using Enam 5 mg (Enalapril Maleate). But n...
Hi waseem you seem to be too young to get hypertension. But it's not uncommon either. Whether you need to increase your dosage or not depends upon your bp level and not by your feeling weak or otherwise. Kindly get your bp checked and dose adjusted. You may have to reduce the dose also.
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Is hypertension and cholesterol dangerous? If yes, how? How can it be treated? Is it curable.

MBBS, MD-General Medicine, DM - Cardiology
Cardiologist, Secunderabad
Is hypertension and cholesterol dangerous? If yes, how? How can it be treated? Is it curable.
Hypertension and high cholesterol are risk factors for coronary artery disease. Commonly known as blockage in heart. They should be controlled to reduce the risk of heart attack which can be dangerous.
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My father in law 48 years age for higher blood pressure doctor suggested tab Amlodipine permanently. Is it need to take continue? Any side effects? Please suggest.

MBBS, MD-General Medicine, DM - Cardiology
Cardiologist, Secunderabad
My father in law 48 years age for higher blood pressure doctor suggested tab Amlodipine permanently. Is it need to ta...
Its necessary to keep the blood pressure under control by whichever means. Medicine is the most effective way to do so. So the answer to your question is yes. But he should follow strict diet and exercise to reduce the need of medication.
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I am a 68 years old male. I have an abdominal aortic aneurysm of about 3.9 cm. Can I do all kinds of exercises? What is the relationship between blood pressure and high intensity workout?

MBBS, MD-General Medicine, DM - Cardiology
Cardiologist, Secunderabad
I am a 68 years old male. I have an abdominal aortic aneurysm of about 3.9 cm.
Can I do all kinds of exercises? What ...
The risk of rupture of aneurysm of this size is low. But you should avoid strenuous exercise to be on the safer side.
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Cholesterol

MBBS, MD-General Medicine, DM - Cardiology
Cardiologist, Secunderabad

1. Diabetics more than 40 yrs of age
2. Known patients of coronary artery disease
3. Whose ideal cholesterol is more than 190
4. Whose calculated risk is more than 7.5%
Others may do well with diet and exercise

I am a hypertension patient since last 20 years. My Bp used to go very high. But last 8-10 years it hs been very stable. Since last 2-3 days my blood pressure is going high and low. The low I recorded was 90/60. Been feeling very dizzy.

MBBS, MD-General Medicine, DM - Cardiology
Cardiologist, Secunderabad
I am a hypertension patient since last 20 years. My Bp used to go very high. But last 8-10 years it hs been very stab...
You need to adjust your medication according to your current BP. Your doctor may advise you so after going through details.
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I am 35 years male and I have BP (6 years) and Diabetes (2.5 years). I am suffering from chest pain since 1 month but it is very mild. In starting I felt this mild pain continuously and then it automatically disappeared. Now I feel it when there is a hickup or belching. I visited Doctor (MD Medicine) he prescribed me Rabeprazole with Domperidone and clonazepam 0.5 mg with propranolol 20 mg BD. I got no relief then I visited heart specialist he told me that my Diastolic BP is high 100-110 and he changed my BP tablets. He done my ECG 2 times and both the times it was absolutely normal. My Lipid profile Hba1c are as follows: Serum Cholesterol: 187.5 Serum Triglycerides: 156.4 HDL Cholesterol: 47.2 LDL Cholesterol: 109.02 VLDL Cholesterol: 31.28 Hba1c: 6.2 Dr. Also prescribed me medicine to lower my LDL cholesterol as it must be 70 in my case. But I have no relief. I have hyperacidity problem for a long time and I think this is the only reason of this chest pain. Kindly help me plzzz.

MBBS, MD-General Medicine, DM - Cardiology
Cardiologist, Secunderabad
I am 35 years male and I have BP (6 years) and Diabetes (2.5 years). I am suffering from chest pain since 1 month but...
Your cardiologist has advised you appropriately. Your history does not indicate any cardiac problem. You can continue taking the medicines advised by your doctor apart from maintaining healthy lifestyle. Most likely cause of your pain is musculoskeletal, or anxiety. You can check with a gastroenterologist to rule out hyperacidity. If you still want to rule out cardiac cause then you can get a TMT test done.
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