Institute of Cardiac Sciences
Mon-Thu & Sat | 11am-3pm
Mon-Sat | 10am-2pm
Mon-Sat | 4pm-6pm
Mon-Fri | 11am-6pm
Sr. Cardiovascular and Thoracic surgeon
Mon- Sat | 10 AM – 5PM
Sr. Consultant Cardiology
Mon- Sat | 4 pm-6pm
Institute of Cardiac Sciences Education &...
Highlights of the Department
- Advanced ECHO Machine – 3D, 4D, Stress & Transesophageal Echo
- Advanced Roof mounted Flat Detector Technology Cath Lab for better diagnostics
- Experienced team of doctors to handle
- Complex Angioplasty for LMCA, CTO, Bifurcation lesions
- Minimally invasive cardiac surgery (MICS) resulting in less blood loss, faster healing, getting back to routine earlier
- Peripheral Vascular Interventions
Interventional CardiologyThis includes various catheter-based procedures such as balloon angioplasty and use of various cutting and laser devices to remove the plaque accumulated in the arteries and to repair damaged vessels and other parts of the heart structure.
ElectrophysiologyElectrophysiology studies (EPS) are conducted to test the electrical activity of the heart in order to find the source of cardiac arrhythmia or an abnormal heartbeat. Electrophysiologists diagnose and treat arrhythmia using sophisticated interventional procedures such as by implanting of pacemakers and defibrillators.
Pediatric CardiologyThis sub-specialty deals with the various heart conditions in unborn babies, infants, children and teenagers. The tean of skilled pediatric cardiologists and cardiac surgeons are proficient in various procedures such as tetralogy of fallot treatment, repairing atrial and ventricular septal defect, coarctation of aorta repair, patent ductus arteriosus closure.
Cardiac Ablation: In this procedure, catheters are inserted through a vein in the groin and moved to the heart to rectify the problems causing an arrhythmia. Coronary Angiography: This is a procedure that uses a contrast material, which is a special dye and X-rays to examine the blood flow in the veins and heart. This is used to identify the regions where there is a blockage of artery. Cardioversion: This is used to restore regular rhythm of the heart in case the heart has an irregular beat or is beating too fast. Aortic Dissection Repair: This treatment is used to rectify a tear, or dissection, in the wall of the aorta. Minimally Invasive Aortiv Valve Replacement: This surgery replaces a damaged aortic valve with an artificial one. It is referred to as “minimally invasive” because it involves making smaller incisions compared to a traditional open repair. Coronary Thrombectomy: This involves the removal of a blood clot from the coronary arteries. Congenital Heart Defect Correction: Various conditions such as atrial and ventricular septal defects are managed by this procedure.