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Dr. Ajay Naik: Arrhythmias: Diagnosis And Treatment

The classic antiarrhythmic drugs like amiodarone and sotalol are double edged swords
Dr. Ajay Naik Leading Interventional Cardiologist Care Institute of Medical Science, Ahmedabad on TheRightDoctors.com An analysis about How to Suspect and Diagnose Arrhythmia Early
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Dr. Ajay Naik

Director - Cardiology

CIMS, Ahmedabad


“Palpitations, uncomfortable feeling of heartbeat, dizziness or giddiness are some prime symptoms of arrhythmias,” says Dr. Ajay Naik in an interview with Dr. Rishi Jain.“It can be detected with Holter, a walkman like machine attached on to the chest, recording the rhythm for 24 to 48 hours. External loop recorder, a patch which can be put on the chest records the rhythm for about a week. In patients who experience less frequent symptoms, we put an implantable loop recorder below the skin.” “For Cases in which recording arrhythmia is not possible, an electrophysiology study is done. Catheters are inserted through the groin into the heart to record electrical signals.”“Arrhythmia can be life-threatening in patients who have already suffered heart disease, myocardial infarction, dilated cardiomyopathy, WPW syndrome or have a low LV function.” “Patients suffering from frequent episodes of arrhythmias can be treated with medications or a curative radiofrequency ablation,” Dr. Ajay Naik talks about treatment of arrhythmia.”“While beta blockers are benign and safe, the classic antiarrhythmic drugs like amiodarone and sotalol are double edged swords. They are good and effective, but can cause problems in the lungs, liver, skin and thyroid.”


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Could handheld echocardiography replace a stethoscope?

Dr. Hardeep Kaur

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Dr. Hardeep Kaur

Consultant clinical and preventive cardiology

Medanta, The Medicity


Handheld echocardiography cannot really replace a stethoscope but it can definitely help in an emergency for ruling in and ruling out cardiac involvement. Therefore, helps in quick clinical decision making and also reduces the chances of doing unnecessary tests.


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Recent Advances in Echocardiography and their impact on clinical practice

Dr. Navin C Nanda

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Dr. Navin C Nanda

Director of Echocardiography

University of Alabama, USA



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Echo with telemedicine creates a multiple effect

CAD affects 10%of our population over 40 years

Dr. Sameer Srivastava

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Dr. Sameer Srivastava

Head of Non-invasive Cardiology

Fortis Escorts Heart Institute, New Delhi



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