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Dr. R.Srinivasan  - Cardiologist, Tirunelveli

Dr. R.Srinivasan

DNB Cardiology, MD - Internal Medicine, MBBS

Cardiologist, Tirunelveli

23 Years Experience ₹300 online
Dr. R.Srinivasan DNB Cardiology, MD - Internal Medicine, MBBS Cardiologist, Tirunelveli
23 Years Experience ₹300 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. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt......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. All of my staff is dedicated to your comfort and prompt attention as well.
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Dr. R.Srinivasan is a popular Cardiologist in Madurai Road, Tirunelveli. He has over 23 years of experience as a Cardiologist. He is a qualified DNB Cardiology, MD - Internal Medicine, MBBS . You can meet Dr. R.Srinivasan personally at Southern Heart Centre in Madurai Road, Tirunelveli. Book an appointment online with Dr. R.Srinivasan and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Education
DNB Cardiology - Mediciti Hospitals, Hyderabad - 2006
MD - Internal Medicine - Madurai Medical College, Maduari - 2000
MBBS - Tirunelveli Medical College, Tirunelveli - 1995
Languages spoken
English
Professional Memberships
American Medical Association (AMA)
American College of Cardiology
Fellow of the college of General Practitioners

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Southern Heart Centre

Lakshmi Hospital Campus, Near Ram Muthuram theatre, Udaiyarpatti, Madurai RoadTirunelveli Get Directions
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Southern Heart Centre

Lakshmi Hospital Campus, Near Ram Muthuram theatre, Udaiyarpatti, Madurai RoadTirunelveli Get Directions
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Hi I had bypass surgery before 3 months. Should I avoid cows ghee? Or have it in normal quantity.

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Hi I had bypass surgery before 3 months. Should I avoid cows ghee? Or have it in normal quantity.
Hi. Well ghee (Fat) in any form is not recommended in Cardiac patients or payient who had a Surgery related to it. Fat will make the vessel lumen to narrow down and eventually will lead to additional cardiac ailments. So try avoiding ghee to maximum you can. Take leasure walk, Include salad in your diet too. Hope I helped. Thak you.
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Heart healthy food

Cut processed food consumption to a minimum and increase that of freshly cooked food. Reduce salt intake as much as possible. Increase the percentage of fruits and vegetables in your diet. Chold back on binge eating and king sized portions explore low fat low calorie options switch to skimmed milk and make fried snacks a rare indulgence
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I have heart burn pr Roj raat ko chest pain hota hai pls give few advice for weight relief for me.

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I have heart burn pr Roj raat ko chest pain hota hai pls give few advice for weight relief for me.
Please change your life style do brisk walking daily for at least 30 minutes a day, avoid spicy food and avoid hot beverages like tea or coffee and avoid pain killer tablets.
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I use to have pain in my chest with no palpitations. The pain is not regular it comes and go, moreover it is not so painful that could make me collapse or suffer. Normally, the pain is followed by uneasiness. I am also suffer from Hypothyroidism and I am taking Thyronorm 125 mcg daily. Even the Doctor from which I am consulting for my hypothyroidism is saying that the pain could be spasms.

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I use to have pain in my chest with no palpitations. The pain is not regular it comes and go, moreover it is not so p...
Hello, You might be suffering from gastric disorder causing pressure on diaphragm resulting in chest pain. Tk, plenty of water to hydrate your body regulating metabolic action. Go for meditation to reduce your stress. Your diet be easily digestible. Tk, homoeopathic medicine:@ China 200-6 pills, thrice. Avoid, junk food, alcohol & nicotine. Tk, care.
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My age 39 years fast 109 pp 180 .orchestral fat 350 .how to way of save life what type of medicine take up now take up medicine glysef 500mg ezetor 10 .Please prescribe it and food chat.

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Hello you have to reduce fat intake, no deep fried foods. Exercise daily at least one hour of brisk walking. Increase tab glyciphase twice day. Anti cholesterol tab to be taken twice a day.
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I am 33 year old, when I use to ravel by bus my bp gets low and sometimes I vomit what I do sir ?

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Seek prompt medical attention if nausea and vomiting are accompanied by other warning signs, such as: chest pain severe abdominal pain or cramping blurred vision fainting confusion cold, clammy, pale skin high fever and stiff neck fecal material or fecal (foul) odor in the vomit I am a doctor and registered dietitian who will prescribe a customized diet plan and medications to help in nausea. Do reply back for private consultation for a detailed treatment plan including dietary therapy.
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Sir, I am 58 years old and hba1c reading is 6.9, I take the falling medicines glycinorm m 80 0-1-1 glyree 2 1-0-1 my question is, my fasting readings are always above 165, my random readings are less than 145, I would like to know the reason for this, do you suggest change of tablets. Regards.

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Your blood sugar level itself indicates that you are having diabetes, hb1ac was not required though. You should consult doctor so that your medicines can be regulated. You should also take homoeopathic treatment along with it for better results.
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My brother is suffering from high BP due to overweight. Sometimes he feels pain in upper abdominal part also. What should be done in order to reduce BP as well as weight?

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Hello To reduce BP and weight .you should *Have less salt *timely food. *Avoid fatty, junk food. *Avoid Papad, pickles, sausages *No extra salt in paratha, chutney, salad, butter milk. *Daily walk for 3 hrs *Dinner 2 hours before sleep *Be happy n stressfree.
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Hereditary Heart Diseases - How to Deal With Them?

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Hereditary Heart Diseases - How to Deal With Them?

A heart disease is definitely something, which is serious. In most cases, it is the result of a person’s lack of prudence when it comes to staying fit and moderating what food items feature in the diet. But is this always the case? Well, not at all. Genetic or hereditary heart diseases, such as hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, long QT syndrome, very high cholesterol levels running in the family and many others, provide enough reason as to why not.

This is because a person cannot be blamed for a hereditary heart disease as the reason why this occurs is on account of the genetic makeup. So, the best way for one to know, if there is a risk of this sort of disease is to take a look at the family history with respect to the disease.

  1. Keep a record: One of the ways by which a person can get to know if there is a risk of a hereditary heart disease is by finding out, if a condition known as arrhythmia is prevalent in the family. This is a condition in which the heart has an irregular heart beat and can be potentially lethal. Other things which are to be watched out for include, but are not limited to, a track record of members in the family who have faced a heart failure at a young age, especially prior to them reaching the age of 50.
  2. Watch out for signs: It is not always true that the signs of hereditary heart diseases pertain to the heart. If a person has fainted or has had seizures, and an effective treatment could not be performed by making use of the normal medicines, which would generally be used in these circumstances, it could be taken as a sign of presence of hereditary heart disease.
  3. Get tested: To know if there is a risk of a hereditary heart disease, it is important that a person gets genetically tested. This is to be done so that the gene analysis can provide details as to which hereditary heart diseases a person has, along with the other members of the family. There are various tests for things such as HCM, ARVD and Marfan syndrome.

Apart from this, undergoing genetic counselling is also considered important. This is to keep a check on the worries of having a sudden heart attack as well as the concerns one may have about passing the genes relating to the heart disease to one’s offspring. This is one of the most necessary, but underrated things when it comes to dealing with a hereditary heart disease. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Cardiologist.

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