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Dr. Arun Kochar, DNB

14+ Years Of Experience

Senior Consultant - Fortis Hospital, Mohali


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DM-Cardiology-2001, DNB-2001

MBBS April 1985 to June 1990 (L.L.R.M. Medical College, Meerut University)
• MD March 1993 to April 1996 (L.L.R.M. Medical College, Meerut University)
• DM January 1998 to August 2000 (K.G.M.C, Lucknow University)
• DNB January 1998 to January 2001(National board of examinations, New Delhi)
Designation: Senior Consultant
Department/Specialty: Cardiology

Languages spoken: English, Hindi and Punjabi
Total Years’ of Experience: 12 years Since DM
Previous experience: August 2002 to Present - Working as Consultant in Interventional Cardiology at Fortis Hospital Mohali and independently looking after the Cardiology Department at INSCOL Hospital, Chandigarh.
o August 2000 to August 2002 - Worked as Consultant Cardiologist at Kamineni Hospital, Hyderabad.
Medical Education, Certifications and fellowships/Research Papers: DM, DNB. Attended a number of National and International Conferences. Attended training for left main PTCA at Tokyo and Peripheral Angioplasty at Kuala Lampur.
Professional Memberships: Member of CSI
Clinical Interests/ Specialised Treatments /Area of Expertise: Exclusive Radial Interventions, Nuclear cardiology, Preventive cardiology
Awards & Honors: Best Paper Presentation, CSI 2005
Research and Publications: The Bermuda Triangle: Hypertension, Diabetes Mellitus and Nephropathy.
Narain VS, Kochar A, Gupta R, Puri VK.
Indian Heart J. 2000 May-Jun;52(3):346-50. No abstract available.
[PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
Related citations
Renoprotection with angiotensin type-1 receptor blockers in hypertension.
Narain VS, Kochar A.
Indian Heart J. 2000 Jan-Feb;52(1):89-92. No abstract available.
[PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE
Short-term (48 hours) versus long-term (7 days) antibiotic prophylaxis for permanent pacemaker implantation.
Dwivedi SK, Saran RK, Khera P, Tripathi N, Kochar AK, Narain VS, Puri VK.
Indian Heart J. 2001 Nov-Dec;53(6):740-2.
[PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
Medical Breakthroughs/ Interesting Case Studies: Pioneer of Radial Interventions