Metabolic Drugs Used in the Management of Coronary Artery Disease

Metabolic Drugs Used in the Management of Coronary Artery Disease


In this webinar, Dr Jamshed J Dalal is talking about Metabolic Drugs Used in the Management of Coronary Artery Disease


Dr. KK Aggarwal
Dr. KK Aggarwal

President Heart Care Foundation of India and Group Editor in Chief MEDtalks

Recipient of Padma Shri, Vishwa Hindi Samman, National Science Communication Award and Dr B C Roy National Award, Dr Aggarwal is a physician, cardiologist, spiritual writer and motivational speaker. He was the Past President of the Indian Medical Association and President of Heart Care Foundation of India. He was also the Editor in Chief of the IJCP Group, Medtalks and eMediNexus

Dr. Jamshed Dalal
Dr. Jamshed Dalal

Director of Centre for Cardiac Sciences at Kokilaben Hospital, Mumbai

Dr. Jamshed J Dalal is a rare triple Doctorate, having a Doctorate in Medicine, a Doctorate in Cardiology from Mumbai and a PhD from UK. He did his first coronary angiography in UK in 1978 and since then has done more than 20000 cases over 35 years. He also began the angiography program, available in only four hospitals in Mumbai in 1984 along with a handful of cardiologists. Involved in the coronary angioplasty program since the invention of angioplasty procedure and is involved in teaching the procedure to doctors in India and China over the last 20 years. As the Chief Cardiologist at the Holy Family Hospital in Bandra, set up the ICCU at the hospital. In 1987 as the Honarary Cardiologist at the newly constructed Hinduja Hospital, Dr. Dalal set up the Cardiac Catheterization Lab at the hospital and started the coronary angiography and angioplasty procedures. He headed the department for eight years to establish it as a leading centre in India.


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