Dr. Satyavan sharma, Professor & Head, Dept. of Cardiology, Bombay Hospital Institute of Medical Sciences will update on cardiac intervention in this video. He will discuss about coronary intervention and non-coronary intervention. Patients with acute coronary syndromes benefit most from coronary interventions. Intervention should be done in stable coronary artery disease patients when they no longer respond to medical treatment. If a patient is asymptomatic and can on his daily routine works then intervention is not necessary. He will further say that in acute myocardial infarct, the intervention should be kept simple and safe.
Professor and Head of the Cardiology Department at Bombay Hospital & Institute of Medical Sciences, Mumbai.
Dr. Sharma is one of India’s leading cardiologists and a highly respected medical academic. His expertise lies in interventional cardiology and coronary, valvular and congenital interventions. Currently Dr Sharma is Professor and Head of the Cardiology Department at Bombay Hospital & Institute of Medical Sciences, Mumbai. Some of the prestigious roles that Dr Sharma has had earlier include Professor and Head of Cardiology at B.Y.L. Nair Hospital and T.N. Medical College (Mumbai India), President for the Cardiological Society of India (CSI), President of SAARC Cardiac Society and Convenor PTCA Registry of India.
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