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Best Cardiologist in Kolar

Cardiology is that branch of cardiology that specifically deals with diagnosing and treating cardiovascular diseases which includes congenital (present at birth) as well as acquired- like coronary heart disease, valvular heart diseases, cardiomyopathies, pericardial diseases etc through catheter-based procedures, such as angioplasty, stenting etc. ECG Centre in Kolar.

2D Echocardiography Centre in Kolar

A number of procedures can be performed by catheterisation of heart and vessels: the coronary artery, peripheral artery or vein, the renal artery, although the commonest is the coronary artery. ECG Hospital in Kolar It involves insertion of a sheath into the radial or femoral artery and cannulating the heart under the x-ray vision (fluoroscopy). The radial artery has the advantage of easy control of bleeding in anti-coagulated patients, increased comfort levels as early mobilisation is possible.

Cardiology offers an advantage of avoiding scars and pain and long post-operative recovery period.

OUR DOCTORS

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Dr . Yeswanth

MD , DM , Cardiologist

24 Hour Emergency Services in Kolar

 

Services Offered

  • Angioplasty: also called percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) for treatment of coronary
    artery disease.

  • Valvuloplasty: for dilatation of narrowed cardiac valves, which help regulate the blood flow
    through the chambers of the heart.

  • Congenital heart defect correction: like atrial and ventricular septal defects- device closures,
    device closure of patent ductus arteriosus and angioplasty of greater

  • vessels- aorta/ PA branches

  • Percutaneous valve replacement: an alternative to open heart surgery

  • Per cutaneous valve repair on the mitral and pulmonary valve

  • Coronary thrombectomy which involves removing of a blood clot from the coronary arteries

  • Peripheral Vascular Disease intervention which involves the other arteries like renal,
    carotids, subclavian, mesenteric, femoral or distal lower limb vessels