Cardiology | Fortune Hospital

Fortune Hospital’s cardiology department is a globally known and highly specialized department for diagnosis and state-of-the-art treatment of all heart conditions. The department is vibrant, forward-thinking, and committed to providing the best cardiac treatment possible.
Primary angioplasty, pacemaker implantation, non-surgical closure of heart valves, and other emergency heart services are available at the center.Treatment ranges from typical non-invasive treatments to highly advanced invasive procedures such as ICD installation, chronic total occlusion angioplasty, retrograde angioplasty, and so on, all with a focus on integrated patient care. The department of cardiology is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with the most advanced, state-of-the-art cath lab.

Services :
  • OPD
  • ECG & Treadmill test
  • 2D Echocardiography
  • Hotter monitory
  • TMT

We are coming up with advanced cardiac, cath lab shortly

Cardiology Procedures:

There are a variety of procedures available in cardiology.The hospital offers a wide range of cardiac operations, including both invasive and non-invasive procedures such as:

  • Coronary angiography and angioplasty
  • Angioplasty stenting procedures for the carotid, renal, and peripheral arteries, as well as additional angioplasty stenting procedures
  • Implantation of a pacemaker and an ICD
  • Implantation of a CRT and a Combo device for people with weak hearts.
  • Valvuloplasty of the mitral, aortic, and pulmonary valves (opening of stenosed valve)
  • Closure of a Heart Hole without Surgery
  • Closures for ASD, VSD, and PDA devices.
  • Angioplasties with a rotablator (For chronic, extremely hard blocks).
  • Lesion severity assessment with a pressure wire (FFR).
  • For the greatest stenting results, use an intravascular ultrasound system.
  • To control bleeding, the brachial and abdominal arteries are obliterated.
  • Aortic intervention for aneurysm and dissection repair using a catheter.
  • Thrombolysis for Deep Vein Thrombosis and Arterial Thrombosis, as well as pulmonary and blocked valve embolism
Dr. Ritesh Gangwar
(MBBS, MD, DM) (Cardio)
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