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Fortis Flt. Lt. Rajan Dhall Hospital, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi

At Fortis Hospital, Vasant Kunj, superlative cardiac experts handle the most delicate of cardiac cases across all ages.
162+ Hospital Beds
6 OTs
65 ICU Beds
Best Heart Care Hospital in Delhi | Diagnosis & Treatment for Heart Disease

Why Choose Us

  • ✅ Highly experienced specialists team members
  • ✅ 20+ Years of experience expert
  • ✅ NABL Accredited LAB
  • ✅ 24/7 Hours Services
  • ✅ Ambulatory service for emergencies
  • ✅ NABH Certified Nursing Excellence
  • ✅ Ranked No. 7 in Delhi’s Best Private Hospital by The Week Magazine Survey, 2019
  • ✅ Fortis Hospital Vasant Kunj has been ranked 15th in India list of World Best Hospital by Newsweek

Our Team of Experts

  • Dr. Tapan Ghose
    Cardiac Sciences
  • Dr. Tarlochan Singh Kler
    Cardiac Sciences
  • Dr. Ranjan Kachru
    Cardiac Sciences
  • Dr. Rajnish Sardana
    Cardiac Sciences
  • Dr. Sanjay Gupta
    Cardiac Sciences
Find us
Fortis Flt. Lt. Rajan Dhall Hospital, Aruna Asaf Ali Marg, Pocket 1, Sector B, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi, Delhi 110070
011 4277 6222
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  • What does cardiologist do?
    A cardiologist is a medical doctor who studies and treats diseases and conditions of the cardiovascular system – the heart and blood vessels – including heart rhythm disorders, coronary artery disease, heart attacks, heart defects and infections and related disorders.
  • Can cardiologist do surgery?
    Although cardiologists can't perform surgery, there are some specialized procedures that they can perform. For example, an interventional cardiologist may use a stent to open clogged arteries. Apart from this, they can implant some advanced devices in the heart of the patient suffering from some heart related disorders.
  • What is a heart doctor called?
    A cardiologist is a doctor who specializes in the care of your heart and blood vessels. They can treat many heart problems or help you prevent them. They may also specialize in specific areas, such as abnormal heart rhythms, heart failure, or heart problems you've had since birth.
  • How does a cardiologist check your heart?
    Electrocardiogram (ECG) is a test that records the electrical activity of the heart. The ECG shows what is happening in different areas of the heart and helps to identify any problems with your heart's rhythm or rhythm. ECG is painless and takes about 5-10 minutes to do.
  • What is a normal heart rate?
    The normal resting heart rate for adults ranges from 60 to 100 beats per minute. In general, a lower resting heart rate means more efficient heart function and better cardiovascular fitness.
  • Why is echo test done?
    An echocardiogram can help diagnose and monitor certain heart conditions. It examines the structure of the heart and surrounding blood vessels, analyzes how blood flows through them, and assesses the pumping chambers of the heart.
  • What are the heart problems?
    Heart disease refers to any problem affecting the heart, such as coronary artery disease, arrhythmias, and heart failure. Lifestyle choices can prevent many of these conditions, and medicine can help manage them if they do occur.
  • What is weak heart?
    Cardiomyopathy is a disease in which the heart muscle becomes weak, stretched, or has some other structural problem. This often contributes to the heart's inability to pump or function properly. Many people with cardiomyopathy develop heart failure.
  • How do you confirm heart failure?
    Go to your doctor. You may have trouble breathing, an irregular heartbeat, swollen legs, varicose veins in your neck, and hoarseness from fluid in your lungs. Your doctor will check for these and other signs of heart failure. A test called an echocardiogram is often the best test to diagnose your heart failure.
  • When can heart failure start?
    Heart failure can begin suddenly after your heart muscle is damaged by a medical condition or injury. But in most cases, heart failure develops gradually due to long-term medical conditions. Conditions that can cause heart failure include: Arrhythmia (a problem with the rate or rhythm of your heartbeat)
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