Dr. Nityanand  Tripathi

Dr. Nityanand Tripathi

Director & Unit Head
Fortis Hospital, Shalimar Bagh Cardiology | Non Invasive Cardiology | Cardiology - Interventional

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Doctor’s Profile

Dr Nityanand Tripathi has vast clinical experience in clinical and interventional cardiology and electrophysiology for more than 20 years. He did MBBS AND MD (Medicine) from Institute of Medical Sciences Banaras Hindu University Varanasi and DM(Cardiology) from King George Medical University Lucknow. His Past working experience includes Batra Hospital and Research center Delhi, Indraprastha Apollo Hospital Delhi, Max Devaki Devi Heart and Vascular Institute Saket and Max Superseniority Hospital Shalimar bag New Delhi             He has published numerous articles and research paper in national and international journals and has presented papers and interventional cases in national and international Conferences. He is regularly invited as faculty at national and international conferences and live case presentations. Area of Interest Angioplasties (including coronary, peripheral, and carotid) this also includes complex coronary interventions like LMCA, bifurcation interventions, CTO interventions (all major techniques) Peripheral interventions including embolization of arteries for bleeding Rotablation (for calcified coronary artery intervention) and IFR, FFR, IVUS, OCT, IVL and various adjunct coronary intervention devices Aortic stent graft Pacemakers in devices including ICDs, CRT-P, CRT-D, LBBB Pacing Venous Interventions Radiofrequency ablation of PSVT, VT, AF, Atrial Flutter (including 3D mapping and cool tip RF ablation) Leadless Pacemaker – Micra (Medtronic) – implantation TAVR   

Overview

  • MD “A clinical, aetiological and echocardiographic study of infective endocarditis”.   DM “Natural history of high degree atrioventricular block in acute inferior wall Myocardial infarction in thrombolytic era and impact of temporary pacing”   1. Tripathi N; Anupurba S; Agarwal BV A clinical and aetiological study of infective endocarditis. Annals of the National Academy of Medical Sciences (India). 1996; 32:193-8   2. Singh NK, Tripathi N. Acute disseminated histiocytosis X with frightening proptosis in an adult. J Assoc Physicians India. 1996;44(8):571-572. 3. Dwivedi SK, Saran RK, Rathi AK, Tripathi N, Narain VS, Puri VK. LV Pacing through coronary sinus tributaries-initial experience. Indian Heart J 2001;53:71-73. 4. Dwivedi SK, Saran RK, Khera P, Tripathi N, Kochar AK, Narain VS, Puri VK. Short term (48 hours) vs. long term (7 days) antibiotic prophylaxis for permanent pacemaker implantation. Indian Heart J.2001;53:740-742. 5. Dwivedi SK, Tripathi N. Antibacterial treatment of infective endocarditis. In Current Perspective in Cardiology (Ed. Anil Kumar) Cardiological Society of India, 52nd annual Conference 2000; 182-189. 6. Puri VK, Tripathi N. Drug treatment of ventricular tachycardia – current status. In Recent Advances in Cardiology (Ed. PC Saxena) 7th annual conference of Cardiological Society of India, UP Chapter Cardiocon - 2001;100-111. 7.Saran RK, Tripathi N. Medical management of congestive heart failure – current status. In Recent Advances in Cardiology (Ed. PC Saxena) 7th annual conference of Cardiological Society of India, UP Chapter Cardiocon - 2001;169-181. 8.Narain VS, Tripathi N. Endothelial dysfunction. In Recent Advances in Cardiology (Ed. PC Saxena) 7th annual conference of Cardiological Society of India, UP Chapter Cardiocon -2001;182-188..   9. Dwivedi SK, Tripathi N, Saran RK, Narain VS, Puri VK. Natural history of III0 AV block after acute inferior myocardial infarction (AIMI) in thrombololysed and nonthrombolysed patients- Single centre experience. PACE 1999, 22, 882. 10. Tripathi N, Saran RK, Dwivedi SK. Prospective evaluation of natural history of advanced AV block in inferior wall myocardial infarction. Indian Heart J 1999; 51: 656. 11. Tripathi N, Dwivedi SK, Saran RK, Narain VS, Puri VK, Kochar AK, Rao PV, Khera P, Gupta R, Gupta V. Persistent (more than 2 weeks) III0 AV block after acute inferior wall myocardial infarction - do all need permanent pacing? Indian Heart J. 1999; 51: 657. 12. Khera P, Dwivedi SK, Puri VK, Saran RK, Narain VS, Panday AK, Gupta R, Kochar A, Tripathi N, Rao PV. Randomized prospective assessment of the efficacy of intravenous diltiazem and amiodarone for the management of atrial fibrillation. Indian heart J. 1999; 51: 614. 13.Kochar A, Puri VK, Saran RK, Narain VS, Dwivedi SK, Panday AK, Gupta R, Tripathi N, Rao PV, Khera P. Risk factors and severity of coronary artery disease in Indians. Indian Heart J. 1999; 51: 689. 14. RD Yadave,B Kandpal, N Tripathi, AM Das, S Sharma, R Agrawal, R Bajaj. Successful Radiofrequency Ablation of Slow Pathway for Atrioventricular Nodal Re-Entrant Tachycardia: When to Stop? Indian Heart J. 2003; 55: 15. RD Yadave,B Kandpal, N Tripathi, AM Das, S Sharma, R Agrawal, R Bajaj. Validity of Electrophysiologic Criteria of  Tricuspid Annulus: Inferior Vena Cava Isthmus Conduction Block in Radiofrequency Ablation of Typical Atrial Flutter. Indian Heart J. 2003; 55:

  • MBBS, MD (MEDICINE), DM (CARDIOLOGY)

  •             Indian Medical Association              Cardiological Society of India              European Society of Cardiology              Asia Pacific Heart Rhythm Society

  • Dr N N Gupta Gold Medal for best paper at UPICON 1995 Integrated Merit Scholarship OF U P Government during 1981 to 1983 Merit Scholarship of UP Government during 1983 to 1985 President Appreciation Award from IMA DNZ Delhi -2013

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