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Nagur A
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MBBS.U.NTR H.Sciences,.MBBS.2008

Cardiologist 15+ years of experience15+ years of experience

English, हिंदी, తెలుగు

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Sy No - 360, No - 5/4 - 12-16, NH 65, Gangaram, Chanda Nagar, Hyderabad, Telangana 500050, India
Sy No - 360, No - 5/4 - 12-16, NH 65, Gangaram, Chanda Nagar, Hyderabad, Telangana 500050, India

Sy No - 360, No - 5/4 - 12-16, NH 65, Gangaram, Chanda Nagar, Hyderabad, Telangana 500050, India

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Best Cardiologists in Hyderabad

Doctor's NameClinic FeesYears of Experience
Nagur A65015+
Sandeep Khambhampati6505+
Ganesh Mathan80025+
Syed Akram80013+
Dr.Naresh Kumar Monigiri8005+
Pramod Kumar Rao Tandra45016+
Malleswara Rao60011+
Dr. MD.Shoeb Ahmed6005+
Dr.Sravan Kumar7005+
Sumeet Sinha100027+

Who is a Cardiologist?

Cardiologists are doctors who specialize in diagnosing and treating diseases of the cardiovascular system - the heart and blood vessels. After completing general medical training and education, cardiologists undergo additional specialized training in cardiology.

What is the qualification of a Cardiologist?

The qualifications required to become a cardiologist in India include:

  • MBBS degree

  • Three-year residency in General Medicine

  • Three-year super-speciality training in Cardiology

  • DM degree in Cardiology

Cardiologists must pass rigorous written and practical exams to gain expertise in cardiac care.

Can a Cardiologist do surgery in Hyderabad?

Yes, the cardiologists of Ayuhealth in Hyderabad who specialize in cardiothoracic surgery can perform cardiac surgery procedures, including:

  • CABG (Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting): It is a surgical procedure that creates new pathways for blood to flow around blocked coronary arteries, improving blood supply to the heart muscle.

  • Heart Valve Repair and Replacement: This procedure involves fixing a damaged heart valve, while Heart Valve Replacement entails replacing a malfunctioning valve with a mechanical or biological substitute.

  • Aortic Aneurysm Repair: A surgical intervention to reinforce or replace a weakened or bulging section of the aorta, the body's main artery.

  • Heart Transplant: This complex surgical procedure involves replacing a failing heart with a healthy donor heart to restore cardiac function.

  • Pacemaker Implantation: It is a minimally invasive procedure to place a small device that regulates the heart's rhythm, ensuring it beats at a standard rate.

Cardiologists adept at invasive procedures can conduct angiograms and angioplasty as well.

What does a Cardiologist do?

Cardiologists evaluate symptoms, diagnose heart conditions, and provide treatment through medications, lifestyle changes and procedures. Their key roles include:

  • Symptom Evaluation: Cardiologists assess patient symptoms related to heart health and conduct thorough examinations.

  • Diagnostic Test Ordering and Interpretation: Cardiologists interpret diagnostic tests such as ECGs (Electrocardiograms), echocardiograms, and stress tests to assess heart function and detect abnormalities.

  • Cardiac Catheterization: They perform cardiac catheterization procedures to visualize the heart's blood vessels, helping diagnose and treat blockages or other issues.

  • Interventional Procedures: Cardiologists conduct angioplasty to open blocked arteries and ablation to correct abnormal heart rhythms.

  • Device Implantation: They implant devices such as pacemakers, defibrillators, and monitoring devices to manage and regulate heart rhythm and function.

  • Medication Prescribing: Cardiologists prescribe medications to control conditions like high blood pressure and cholesterol, reducing heart disease risk.

  • Comprehensive Treatment: They may provide a range of treatments, including radiotherapy and chemotherapy, for cardiovascular diseases, especially in complex cases.

What to expect during my first visit with a heart specialist?

During your first consultation through our platform AyuHealth, the cardiologist will:

  • Take your complete medical history and ask about symptoms and family history of heart disease.

  • Perform a physical examination - check blood pressure, heart rate, breathing, and oedema.

  • Order diagnostic tests like ECG, echocardiogram, and blood tests.

  • Discuss risk factors like cholesterol levels, diet, and activity.

  • Explain the diagnosis and treatment plan for your heart condition.

  • Address any concerns you may have about your heart health.

What are the symptoms of a heart problem?

Common symptoms indicating potential heart problems include:

  • Chest pain or tightness

  • Shortness of breath

  • Palpitations or irregular heartbeats

  • Fatigue, dizziness with exertion

  • Swelling in legs, feet or abdomen

  • Persistent cough or wheezing

Reporting any symptoms promptly to a cardiologist is advisable.

What is the consultation fee for a Cardiologist in Hyderabad?

The consultation fee for visiting a cardiologist in Hyderabad through Ayuhealth ranges from ₹500 - ₹1200 on average. Fees vary based on the doctor's experience and clinic locality. Additional charges apply for diagnostic tests and procedures if needed.

What blood test shows heart failure?

Some of the blood tests which are considered important as they are known as markers of cardiac issues are mentioned below:

  • BNP (B-type Natriuretic Peptide): A blood test measures the level of a hormone released by the heart when it is under stress, such as in heart failure. Elevated BNP levels can indicate heart failure and help assess its severity.

  • Cardiac Enzymes - CK-MB and Troponins: These are enzymes released into the bloodstream when there is damage to the heart muscle, as in a heart attack or heart failure. Elevated levels of these enzymes suggest heart muscle damage.

  • Complete Blood Count (CBC): A standard blood test provides information about the number of red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets in the blood. It can help detect anaemia, a condition with decreased red blood cells, which can contribute to heart failure.

  • Electrolytes: This test checks the levels of critical electrolytes in the blood, including sodium and potassium. Imbalances in these electrolytes can affect the heart's electrical activity and may be associated with heart failure.

  • Thyroid Function Tests: Thyroid function tests assess the function of the thyroid gland, which plays a crucial role in regulating the heart rate and metabolism. Thyroid disorders, such as hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism, can impact heart function.

  • Kidney Function Tests - BUN (Blood Urea Nitrogen) and Creatinine: These tests evaluate kidney function. In heart failure, impaired heart function can lead to reduced blood flow to the kidneys, potentially resulting in abnormal kidney function tests.

Frequently Asked Questions

Which doctor to consult for chest pain?

For chest pain or discomfort, it is advisable to consult a cardiologist.

  • Cardiologists specialize in heart conditions and can accurately diagnose the cause of chest pain, which could indicate serious issues like angina or heart attack.

  • They can prescribe appropriate treatments and lifestyle changes.

Can ECG detect heart blockage?

ECG in Detecting Heart Blockage:

  • ECG (Electrocardiogram) Function: An ECG can identify indications of heart blockage, including signs of ischemia, previous heart attacks, and abnormal heart rhythms triggered by blocked arteries.

  • Limited Diagnostic Capability: While an ECG can suggest the possibility of blockages, it provides preliminary information and is not definitive.

  • Complementary Tests: These tests confirm heart blockages and assess their severity. Additional diagnostic tests like cardiac stress testing, CT angiogram, or cardiac catheterization are typically required. These tests offer a more detailed and precise evaluation of the heart's blood vessels.

What is Stage 1 heart failure?

Stage 1 heart failure indicates mild heart failure with no symptoms or limitations on physical activity. Cardiac function starts declining, but the body compensates well during this early stage. Lifestyle modifications at this stage can prevent progression to advanced heart failure.

Which doctor is best for heart disease?

Cardiologists specialize in diagnosing and treating all types of heart diseases and conditions. Consulting a cardiologist allows for appropriate screening, detection of issues, specialized treatments ranging from medications to surgery, and long-term heart health management.

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