M.B.B.S, M.D. (Pediatrics), D.M. (Cardiology),
FICC, FESC, FRCP (Glasgow), FRCP (London) Gold Medalist
Governing Body Member of Indian College of Cardiology 2020-2022
Special Interest in -
Trans Catheter Aortic Valve Implantation
Left ATRIAL Appendage Closure
Interventions in structural heart disease cover a wide range of cardiac procedures for congenital and acquired diseases including valvular diseases, septal defects, arterial or venous obstructions, and fistulas, and a variety of techniques such as closure of the atrial appendage.
Heart Valve & Structural Heart Intervention
Damaged heart valves resulting in the incomplete opening (stenosis) or closing (regurgitation) can lead to the lack of blood flowing out of the heart or leakage of blood backward into the preceding chamber. This can lead to abnormal enlargement of the heart chambers or heart failure over time.
Traditionally, these conditions are often treated with open-heart surgery. However, there may be concomitant medical conditions (such as advanced age, kidney failure, previous open-heart surgeries) that may increase the risk of open-heart surgery. These patients can consider minimally invasive Heart Valve Interventions available at our practice