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Fortis Hospital, Noida

Fortis Hospital, Noida is a leading multi-specialty tertiary care hospital that has played a pivotal role in transforming medical healthcare infrastructure in the NCR region. It is one of the oldest & most trusted hospitals in Noida.
236 Bedded Hospital
12 OTs & 92 ICU Beds
24*7 Emergency facility
About The Department of Cardiac Sciences, Fortis Hospital, Noida
The department of Cardiac Sciences at Fortis Hospital, Noida is a Centre of Excellence for complete cardiac care. Fortis Hospital, Noida's cardiology department provides comprehensive cardiology services under one roof. The department has achieved many milestones in cardiac treatments. The department of cardiology has advanced technology and an experienced team of cardiologists. The department offers excellent services in non-invasive cardiology, interventional cardiology, cardiac electro-physiology and cardiothoracic procedure. The department has been doing path-breaking work in cardiology and cardiac surgery. Our expert panel of clinical and interventional cardiologists, heart specialists, and surgeons work in tandem to provide comprehensive, multidisciplinary care to patients suffering from heart ailments. The department is led by renowned cardiologist Dr. Ajay Kaul.

Why Choose Us

  • 30+ Years Clinical & Medical Expertise
  • Best in Class Cath Lab
  • Experienced team of doctors & Advance test equipments
  • 150000+ Patients Treated
  • Dedicated ICU & HDU

Medical Conditions Related To Cardiology

  • Treatment
  • The department of Cardiac Sciences at Fortis Hospital, Noida provides comprehensive cardiology services for all kinds of heart ailments. Our services include: Angiography, Angioplasty, ECHO, ECG, Balloon angioplasty, Coronary artery stent, Minimally invasive heart surgery, Valvuloplasty, Valve replacement & repair

Our Team of Experts

  • Dr. Ajay Kaul
    Cardiac Sciences
  • Dr. Sanjeev Gera
    Cardiac Sciences
Find us
Fortis Hospital, Noida
B-22, Sector 62, Gautam Buddh Nagar, Noida,
Uttar Pradesh 201301
84477 17722
Emergency No
0120 -2400444


  • 1. How can you keep your heart healthy?
    - Quit smoking - Limit alcohol intake - Do regular exercise - Follow a healthy diet
  • 2. What are the signs of a heart attack?
    Heart Attack or Angina may cause a myriad of symptoms and may not always present as Central Precordial Chest Pain radiating to the left arm, so it’s important to know all the signs: - Chest pain or discomfort: any kind of chest pain or discomfort, it can be sharp or dull, heaving or just a mild discomfort - Shortness of breath more than usual - Discomfort in the upper abdomen or epigastric region - Retrosternal burning - Choking sensation - Pain in throat, like something is stuck - Pain in the upper back between two shoulder blades - Sweating / Anxiety / Palpitations - Giddiness/ Fainting - Pain in jaws usually left side - Chest pain and discomfort associated with nausea and vomiting
  • 3. What is Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)?
    Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) or Ischemic Heart Disease is a condition affecting the arteries that run on the surfaces of the heart and supply blood to the heart muscles. The most common cause of CAD is atherosclerosis, where fatty deposits including cholesterol and other fats, calcium, and certain other elements carried in the blood build up as plaque on the inside of artery walls. This can cause either chest pain (Angina pectoris), or a heart attack.
  • 4. What is Angioplasty or PTCA?
    Angioplasty is a non-surgical procedure designed to dilate (widen or expand) narrowed coronary arteries. First, a doctor inserts a thin plastic tube (a catheter) into an artery in your arm or leg. He or she then guides this catheter to the aorta (the large artery that conducts blood from the heart to the rest of the body). From there it passes to the coronary arteries. As the doctor guides the catheter to the coronary arteries, a special X-ray camera called a fluoroscope monitors the procedure. Once the catheter engages the coronary artery, a thin wire (PTCA wire) is passed into the coronary artery across the narrowed segment.
  • 5. How is PTCA different from Bypass surgery?
    In bypass surgery, blood vessels from the chest or leg grafted to the coronary artery beyond its most diseased segment. In PTCA, however, the obstructed part of the coronary artery is widened rather than bypassed.
  • 6. What is TAVR?
    TAVR is a method to replace the aortic valve in the heart using a small catheter or tube about the diameter of a pencil. This eradicates the requirement for traditional open-heart surgery. The catheter is commonly inserted through an artery in the groin. In most cases, this process usually takes about two hours. The new valve, which is made of natural material, is stitched inside a metal stent that is placed inside the patient's own aortic valve through the catheter. The procedure is done while the heart is still beating, eliminating the need for a heart lung bypass machine.
  • 7. Who is a good candidate for TAVR?
    The procedure is reserved for those for whom open heart surgery is a high-risk procedure due to the patient’s medical and surgical conditions like old age, previous heart surgery, severe lung disease, diabetes, and kidney failure. Also, a person whose previous artificial aortic valve is degenerated can also have a new valve through this technique without a redo open surgery. TAVR is an effective option to treat and improve survival and quality of life in these patients.
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