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From Left to Right: Mr. Inderpal Singh (patient), Dr. Atul Mathur, Executive director- Interventional Cardiology and Chief of Cath Lab, Fortis Escorts Heart Institute,Dr. Ashish Jai Kishan, Consultant - Interventional Cardiology, Dr. Avinash Mani - Associate Consultant, Interventional Cardiology.

In A First, Challenging TAVR Procedure Performed On Septuagenarian With Right Sided Heart At...

In recent years, TAVR has become a preferred treatment modality for patients who are at risk or unwilling to undergo open-heart valve replacement surgery.
The emerging risks of cardiovascular diseases are caused due to the lack of a preventive screening ecosystem in India.

50 per cent Of Heart Attacks Now Happens In Indians Below 50 Years: Says...

If you have high Waist Hip Ratio (WHR), you are at higher risk of CVDs. This is the time to come out of our faulty lifestyle and correct it holistically.
Yoga helps in control of BP and heart rate.

International Yoga Day: Yoga For A Healthy Heart

Yoga decreases stress and thus decreases the urge to smoke. All these beneficial effects of yoga on various cardiac risk factors helps in keeping the heart healthy.
However, individuals who had just one cardiometabolic disease did not display a significantly higher risk of dementia.

Heart Disease, Diabetes Increase Dementia Risk: Study

Type 2 diabetes, heart diseases (ischemic heart disease, heart failure or atrial fibrillation) and stroke, so-called cardiometabolic diseases, are some of the main risk factors for dementia.

Is Laughter The Best Medicine For Heart?

Dr. Shivali Ahlawat M.B.B.S, MD ,DNB Pathology Lab Director- National Reference Lab, Gurugram If not the best for acute conditions, laughter is a strong medicine,...
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How Heart Failure Is Interlinked With Diabetes And CKD: Experts

Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) are a major public health challenge with nearly 61% of total deaths in India.Unfortunately, the issue of multiple interlinked chronic conditions...
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is superior to echocardiography for diagnosing heart failure.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Could Revolutionise Heart Failure Diagnosis: Study

A new study shows how magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is superior to echocardiography for diagnosing heart failure, as well as being a powerful tool to predict patient outcomes, including death.

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