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Dr. Vijay Lahoty - Cardiologist, Surat

Dr. Vijay Lahoty

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MBBS, PGDCC (Dip. Cardiology)

Cardiologist, Surat

7 Years Experience  ·  400 at clinic  ·  ₹400 online
Dr. Vijay Lahoty 91% (140 ratings) MBBS, PGDCC (Dip. Cardiology) Cardiologist, Surat
7 Years Experience  ·  400 at clinic  ·  ₹400 online
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I'm dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family....more
I'm dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family.
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Based on a powerful Sanskrit inspiration, “Sarvetra Sukhina:Santu, Sarve SantuNiramaya:” which means “Let all be blissful, Let all stay healthy”,

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Cardiologist

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Education

MBBS - NIMS medical college - 2012
PGDCC (Dip. Cardiology) - Fortis hospital, Mumbai - 2015

Past Experience

Registrar at Fortis Hospital, Mumbai
Attending Consultant at BLK Hospital

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Indian Medical Association (IMA)
BGDC

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My cholesterol total is 224, triglycerides 177, HDL 43 ,LDL 146 ,VLDL 35. Higher level risk of heart attack? Please suggest me medicine.

My cholesterol total is 224, triglycerides 177, HDL 43 ,LDL 146 ,VLDL 35. Higher level risk of heart attack? Please s...
First try to control it with regular exercise and strict diet control. Because medicine once started you have to take lifelong.
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I have fatty liver grade 1 and when I checked the SGPT count on 1.5 month it was 40. At that time LDL Cholesterol level is 165. When I repeat the test in the previous week after food control. Now SGPT is 64 and LDL is 112. I also taking medicine Aztor 5 for the cholesterol for last 2 months. What would I do for normalize this.

I have fatty liver grade 1 and when I checked the SGPT count on 1.5 month it was 40. At that time LDL Cholesterol lev...
Aztor sud be taken with lifelong commitment and you don't fall in that criteria to start aztor. I don't know how you have been prescribed this. Anyways 2nd concern is grade I fatty liver which is very common in pts with your age doing some sitting...

I am 43 4 year old, my cholesterol IS NORMAL .UNDER 200 AND LDL 108, BLOOD pressure 130/90. after SOME PAIN IN LEFT CHEST. OUR FAMILY DOCTOR ADVICE FOR ATROVASTIN (10 MG) AND aspirin (75 MG ), METROPRONOLED 12.50 MG because of family history, AFTER 2 MONTH MY cholesterol IS 128, LDL 50, AND B.P. IS SOMETIME 150/140, SO THIS MEDICATION I SHOULD CONTINUE OR STOP?

I am 43 4 year old, my cholesterol IS NORMAL .UNDER 200 AND LDL 108, BLOOD pressure 130/90. after SOME PAIN IN LEFT C...
Please do not take ecosprin without establishing diagnosis of Coronary artery diaease (means blockage in arteries). Even you should have not started any medication just on basis of family history. your main focus sud be on diet and regular exercis...
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A male Patient of 34 years was diagnosed with dilated LV with global hypokinesia, severe LV dysfunction, mild mitral valve regurgitation, mild tricuspid regurgitation+paH with no LV clots. EF is 30%.what is the best treatment option to this patient? How long it takes for his maximum possible recovery of this patient.

A male Patient of 34 years was diagnosed with dilated LV with global hypokinesia, severe LV dysfunction, mild mitral ...
Its typically Dilated Cardiomyopathy. It may not recover fully but the are medicines which can help his heart to provide optimal blood supply to his body because see basically his heart is weak and needs support to pump. So initially medical manag...
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Hi, I have effected with depression. Every morning and at any time feel increase heart beat. So I have to take medicines. please tell me the best solution.

Hi, I have effected with depression. Every morning and at any time feel increase heart beat. So I have to take medici...
Get a Holter test done. It will let us know about your heart rate pattern over 24 hrs. After that we can go ahead with permanent solution.
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