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  • What’s the most common hear procedure?
  • Are heart operations painful?
  • Do you use anesthetics for patients?
  • How long does the recovery take?
  • What operations do you do?
  • How can I book an examination?
What’s the most common hear procedure?

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Are heart operations painful?

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Do you use anesthetics for patients?

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How long does the recovery take?

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What operations do you do?

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How can I book an examination?

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  • My mother is 62 years old and she has been diagnosed with diffuse coronary artery disease affecting all three coronary arteries including completely occluded RC artery. Diabetes and chronic lung problems have made her case even more complicated. She has been turned down for surgery repeatedly and she is now extremely depressed. Is there any way to make her better?
  • I underwent double stent angioplasty 9 months ago. The procedure cost me over 3 lakh rupees. Last week I had the same chest pain that I used to have before angioplasty and now I am back on all the anti-angina medicines that I used to take before. I am really worried specially because now I don’t have any way to finance further operations.
  • I am 35 year old and recently moved to Delhi. Last week I had a vague feeling of pressure on the right side of my chest when going up stairs in the office. This became all right as soon as I reached my office and had a cup of tea. I wonder if this can be related to the heart, especially worrying is the fact that my father died of an unknown illness when he was only 42.
My mother is 62 years old and she has been diagnosed with diffuse coronary artery disease affecting all three coronary arteries including completely occluded RC artery. Diabetes and chronic lung problems have made her case even more complicated. She has been turned down for surgery repeatedly and she is now extremely depressed. Is there any way to make her better?

62 year old, diabetic with some lung problems is in-fact the type of ordinary cases that I operate everyday.  I think that there must be more problems in your mother’s case.  Specifically it is possible that the heart has deteriorated so much that surgery is unsafe.  We can offer various options to the patient for improving the patients heart function before an operation, we can offer an operation that is specifically designed for heart failure (DOR), or we can perform a left ventricular aneurysm resection.  She really would need thorough assessment; but we are willing to do whatever is in the patients’ best interest.

I underwent double stent angioplasty 9 months ago. The procedure cost me over 3 lakh rupees. Last week I had the same chest pain that I used to have before angioplasty and now I am back on all the anti-angina medicines that I used to take before. I am really worried specially because now I don’t have any way to finance further operations.

It is really sad that you are suffering angina again so soon after stent angioplasty.  We do get some such patients who develop problems soon after stenting.  With modern stents it is less common than before but it remains a persistent problem. scientific trial results often show better results than what we see in real life clinical practice.  

But most importantly I accept that we have to improve your condition. I suggest that you should get the complete picture of you as a whole person: control of diabetes, hypertension, smoking, cholesterol, regular exercise, yoga and meditation.  Continue with the prescribed medication.  Since your symptoms are same as before stenting it is logical to suspect stents narrowing.  This must proven or disproven by coronary angiography.  We can come to a reasonable plan of action only after a coronary angiography.  We might find evidence of stent failure or progression of disease in non-stented vessels can be the culprit.

I am 35 year old and recently moved to Delhi. Last week I had a vague feeling of pressure on the right side of my chest when going up stairs in the office. This became all right as soon as I reached my office and had a cup of tea. I wonder if this can be related to the heart, especially worrying is the fact that my father died of an unknown illness when he was only 42.

You are very right to suspect your heart.  Odd feelings about the chest whether in the right or left, or the portion between the ribs in the upper part of the tummy, shoulders or even neck that come about after exertion and (equally importantly) go away after a brief rest is often the hallmark of heart disease. 

It is not essential that you have disease of the arteries of your heart; quite likely you might be suffering from Hypertrophy of the left side of the heart (LVH) a condition that is quite prevalent in patients with long standing high blood pressure, narrowing of the outlet valve from the heart (the aortic valve) or HOCM where by the muscle near the outlet from the left ventricle becomes more bulky than the rest and causes dynamic obstruction to blood flow.  Each of these entities can be life threatening separately and often they are present in combination.  You should get a good Cardiologist to have a detailed look at you and for the start you must get an Electrocardiogram (ECG), Echocardiogram (ECHO) and only if suggested by a qualified doctor should you undergo a Treadmill test (TMT). 

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