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Dr. SK Parashar, Senior Cardiologist, Metro Hospital, Delhi

FFR and Intravascular Ultrasound in Evaluation of Coronary Artery Disease

Dr. Satyendra Tewari


Dr. SK Parashar, Senior Cardiologist, Metro Hospital, Delhi

Will pharmaco invasive therapy replace PAMI?

Dr.Ajit Mullasari


Dr. SK Parashar, Senior Cardiologist, Metro Hospital, Delhi

New onset LBBB no longer a STEMI equivalent

Dr. Ajay Naik


Dr. SK Parashar, Senior Cardiologist, Metro Hospital, Delhi

Monograph: A physician’s guide to Atrial Fibrillation

Optimum Anticoagulation can minimize the risk of stroke by two-thirds or more

Dr. PC Manoria


Dr. SK Parashar, Senior Cardiologist, Metro Hospital, Delhi

Diet, exercise and sleep for a healthy heart

80-90% of heart attacks can be prevented with early diagnosis of symptoms

Dr. Akshay Mehta


Dr. SK Parashar, Senior Cardiologist, Metro Hospital, Delhi

New anticoagulation drugs more effective in stroke prevention

Although ten times pricier, these new generation drugs prove to be cost-effective

Dr. PP Mohanan, Dr.NN Khanna


Dr. SK Parashar, Senior Cardiologist, Metro Hospital, Delhi

Attack heart attack with the Smart Heart App

The potential of tenecteplase cannot be over-emphasized in treatment of heart attack

Dr. HK Chopra


Dr. SK Parashar, Senior Cardiologist, Metro Hospital, Delhi

Coronary Interventions 2

LeftMain PCI : Basic techniques data from trials and ways to bail out complications

Dr. Ramesh Daggubati


Dr. SK Parashar, Senior Cardiologist, Metro Hospital, Delhi

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Dr. Bipin Dubey


Dr. SK Parashar, Senior Cardiologist, Metro Hospital, Delhi

Dr.Vivek Gupta


Dr. SK Parashar, Senior Cardiologist, Metro Hospital, Delhi

Coronary Physiology and Imaging

Strain Imaging in Planning for Multi Vessel PCI

Dr. Rakesh Gupta


Dr. SK Parashar, Senior Cardiologist, Metro Hospital, Delhi

Even the Big Boys Fail : Complications by the Masters

Unusual complication of coronary perforation

Dr KK Sethi


Dr. SK Parashar, Senior Cardiologist, Metro Hospital, Delhi

Atrial Fibrillation: The most common Arrhythmia

General physicians should also be able to pick up Atrial Fibrillation by listening to the pulse or heart sounds for 30 seconds.

Dr. BRJ Kanna


Dr. SK Parashar, Senior Cardiologist, Metro Hospital, Delhi

Stroke prevention in Atrial Fibrillation

Ageing and comorbidities like hypertension, diabetes and obesity have increased the incidence of non-valvular Atrial Fibrillation

Dr. Rakesh Gupta


Dr. SK Parashar, Senior Cardiologist, Metro Hospital, Delhi

Heart Failure and Atrial Fibrillation: Epidemic of the next decade

Primary prevention in India is a utopian dream

Dr. P Manokar


Dr. SK Parashar, Senior Cardiologist, Metro Hospital, Delhi

Drugs in Atrial Fibrillation: Old and new

Vitamin K Antagonists have been the gold standard because of their efficacy, availability and cost effectiveness but the New Anticoagulants have a bright future

Dr. PB Jayagopal


Dr. SK Parashar, Senior Cardiologist, Metro Hospital, Delhi

Non-valvular Atrial Fibrillation rare in India

Due to lack of adherence to regular INR monitoring, most doctors end up giving suboptimal doses of anticoagulants, which may not be effective in stroke prevention

Dr. B Keshava Murthy


Dr. SK Parashar, Senior Cardiologist, Metro Hospital, Delhi

Undetected non-valvular Atrial Fibrillation (AF) prevalent in Indians

AF is 35% related to Rheumatic Valvular Disease, 30% to degenerative valvular disease in elderly patients, 20 % to cardiomyopathy, and 20% comprises non-valvular AF

Dr. Guruprasad Sogunuru