People are realizing the importance of yoga and meditation for Lifestyle modification
Dr.GS Sainani
Medical Management of Patients post CABG
Dr.Sunil Modi
CAD, Stroke and Renal diseases are on a scale that is unbelievable
Dr.S Ramakrishnan
Tenecteplase can be used in larger group of patients and this will be very effective
Dr.PB Jayagopal
Thrombolysis very key keeping in mind the Major urban rural divide in our country
Dr. Anil Dhall
The stars of cardiology from all over India battle it out in the Star Wars Quiz
Dr. J S Hiremath
Basic protocol in management of chronic heart failure patients
Dr.Arup Das Biswas
Healthcare delivery through a hub-and-spoke model
Dr.Ajit Mullasari
Takayasu arthritis in Indian patients
Dr.Mahatosh Panja
Major problems of chemotherapy in those with cardiovascular disorders
Dr.SS Mishra
Role of new biomarkers in Heart Failure
Dr.Satyendra Tewari
Preventive polypill therapy to be given to all ?
Dr.Jeroen Bax
Whichever the way you open the artery (thrombolysis or PCI) of STEMI patients, do it quick
Dr.MS Hiremath
Familial heterozygous hypercholesterolemia is under diagnosed and undertreated clinical entity
Dr.JPS Sawhney
Familial heterozygous hypercholesterolemia is under diagnosed and undertreated clinical entity
Dr.JPS Sawhney
Azilsartan has a lot of pleiotropic effects which contribute to improvement in clinical outcomes
Dr.K Suresh
Azilsartan is probably the most potent of all the ARBs available so far with excellent tolerability
Dr.K Suresh
NOACS are more effective in Asian than non Asian patients with AF
Dr.KK Sethi
Asians have a higher incidence of stroke with Atrial Fibrillation
Dr.K.K.Sethi
Atrial fibrillation and heart failure is a deadly combination and leads to increased mortality and morbidity
Dr.MK Das
Pulmonary embolism and It's management
Dr.VK Katyal
Pulmonary embolism is not an uncommon entity and often missed in ICU settings
Dr.VK Katyal
In patients with intermediate pre test likelihood, imaging or excercise test is recommended
Dr.Jeroen Bax
Statin + Ezetimide is a good option for hyperlipidemic patients who cannot tolerate high doses of Statins
Dr. Dhiman Kahali
In India 95% of Patients Prefer Thrombolysis over Primary Angioplasty
Dr. Dhiman Kahali
Patient prosthetic mismatch increases 30 day and 15 years mortality in patients with Aortic Valve replacement
Dr.CK Ponde
Statin intolerance common with higher dosage and mostly with associated co-morbid conditions
Dr. AK Pancholia
India is home to the highest number of Diabetes and IHD Patients
Dr.Anjanlal Dutta
The incidence of Diabetes and IHD patients in India is around 50 million
Dr.Anjanlal Dutta
Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement is underutilized treatment modality
Dr.Ashwin Mehta
Single stent strategy is the superior strategy in bifurcation lesions
Dr.Brian Pinto
The Four major changes in the management of Heart Failure
Dr.VK Chopra
Antiplatelets drugs are mandatory post CABG
Dr. Sunil Modi
The Impact of Chemotherapy Used for Cancer Management on Cardiac Patients
Dr. SS Mishra
It is important to get the technique right in left main disease
Dr.A Sreenivas Kumar
Left anterior descending lesion can be managed equally by PCI as like CABG
Dr.Sreenivas Kumar
ECHO findings in mitral regurgitation Very Important
Dr.Soumitra Kumar
ECHO findings in mitral regurgitation Very Important
Dr.Soumitra Kumar
Fasting TG predicts recurrent ischemic events in patients with ACS treated with Statins
Dr. S.N. Narasingan
75% of atherogenic particles are contributed by the LDL Cholesterol
Dr. SN Narasingan
Statins to all Diabetics is a must
Dr.Shailaja Kale
Statins to all Diabetics is a must
Dr.Shailaja Kale
New bio marker in heart failure helps in diagnosis, prognosis and monitoring
Dr.Satyendra Tewari
Coronary Artery disease is common in people less than the age of 35 in Indian Population
Dr.RK Jain
Large pool of Indian population is at high risk of CVD
Dr.RK Jain
only way to avoid reperfusion
Dr.Roberto Ferrarri
only way to avoid reperfusion damage is to reperfuse as early as possible
Dr.Roberto Ferrarri
There's a 2% risk reduction when LDL is less than 50 in CAD patients
Dr. Sadanand Shetty
Lower the better is the key for LDL reduction and we should target LDL <50 mg/dL in high risk patients
Dr. Sadanand Shetty
The Indian Heart Journal has breached the 200 citation mark for the first time
Dr.Sundeep Mishra
Success story of CSI Kochi 2016 is due to the collective team work of CSI Kerala chapter
Dr.PP Mohanan
Success story of CSI Kochi 2016 is due to the collective team work of CSI Kerala chapter
Dr.PP Mohanan
A good Echo by an expert is as good as right heart catheterisation for evaluation of pulmonary artery pressure.
Dr.Rakesh Gupta
A good Echo by an expert is as good as right heart catheterisation for evaluation of pulmonary artery pressure.
Dr.Rakesh Gupta
We are having pandemic of a lifestyle related diseases like CAD & Strokes in India
Dr.Ramakrishnan
Prevention should get more emphasis than it does
Dr. A Sai Ravi Shankar
Lifestyle modification abstinence from smoking & alcohol and regular check-up is the cornerstone for prevention of cardiovascular disorders.
Dr.Sai Ravishankar
Chronic Total Occlusion are seen in 15-20% of angiograms
Dr.PK Goel
Chronic Total Occlusion intervention
Dr.PK Goel
Dyslipidemia is a Major, Most Common Risk Factor for CAD
Dr PC Manoria
PCSK9 inhibitors would be a powerful drug in the armamentarium along with statins to reduce CV events
Dr PC Manoria
Takayasu Arteritis in Indians
Mahatosh Panja
The common cause of Male impotence
Dr.NN Khanna
Male impotence (Erectile Dysfunction)It Preceeds manifestations of CAD by 5 years
Dr.NN Khanna
Home blood pressure monitoring is first step in preventing long-term complications of Hypertension
Dr.A.Muruganathan
Home blood pressure monitoring is first step in preventing long-term complications of Hypertension
Dr.A.Muruganathan
Hypertension is the major risk factor for Cardiac Disease in India
Dr.Manoj Chopda
Hypertension is triple paradox
Dr.Manoj Chopda
Results of Pharmaco-invasive therapy and Primary PCI are almost same.
Dr.Kajal Ganguly
More than 50% Indian patients live in areas where PCI is unthinkable
Dr.Santanu Guha
Whichever the way you open the artery(thrombolysis or PCI) of STEMI patients, do it quick
Dr.MS Hiremath
Intracoronary usage of thrombolytic therapy like tenecteplase
Dr.PB Jaya Gopal
The control of non-communicable disease has become more difficult than what we did for infectious disease
Dr. GS Sainani
Epidemiology of Mitral Stenosis over the Past Three Decades
Dr KC Goswami
Improper Site Selection for Atrial Septum Puncture Leads to Tamponade which is a Deadly Complication
Dr KC Goswami
Patients are unable to reach hospital within the golden hour, Pharmaco-invasive way of treatment optimal
Dr.George Thayil
Only 12% of Patients Manage to Reach Hospital on time to Qualify for a Primary Angioplasty
Dr.George Tyle
The Management of Bleeding Complications after Thrombolysis
Dr.Uday Khanolkar
Intracranial and Intra-Abdominal Bleeding are considered as Major Bleedings and are Difficult to Control
Dr.Uday Khanolkar
No option angina : labelled as failure of conventional pharmacological treatment option along with inability to perform PCI and CABG
Dr.Neelkanth Karandikar
Metabolic management in Heart Failure
Dr.Jamshed Dalal
Drugs like trimetazidine and ranolazine very important both in IHD and heart failure
Dr.Jamshed Dalal
Prevalence of Hypertension in India is high compared to western countires
Dr.Ashok Kumar
Hypertension is present in approx 30% of Indian adults
Dr.Ashok Kumar
Basic Protocol in Management of Chronic Heart Failure Patients
Dr.Arup Das Biswas
Pharmacoinvasive approach for STEMI management is the ideal for Indian scenario
Dr.Annapoorna Kalia
30% of all the cases presented to doctors have STEMI
Dr. Annapoorna Kalia
Thrombolysing is an important key step in reperfusion
Dr. Anil Dhall
The First Step in Prevention of RF / RHD is Mass Education
Dr. Ajay sinha
Primary Prevention is the key issue in RF/RHD
Dr.Ajay sinha
Target organ damage in hypertension is a complicated subject
Dr.Tiny Nair
The Star Wars Quiz
Dr. JS Hiremath
More than 50% Indian patients live in areas where PCI is unthinkable
Dr.Santanu Guha
The STEMI Burden in India
Dr. HK Chopra
IVUS guidance superior to angiographic guidance in PCI
Dr. Sandeep Nathan
Obesity is not a sign of prosperity but it is the mother of four deadly diseases like hypertension, diabetes, hyperlipidemia and heart attack
Dr. IB Vijayalakshmi
Sprint Trial has brought a newer insight in BP goals
Dr.Vidyut Jain
FEKO continues to be the best imaging technique to diagnose pericardial diseases
Dr. G Vijayaraghavan
PCI with newer generation
Dr.Upendra kaul
Yoga as a lifestyle measure is an evidence-based technique to prevent heart disease
Dr.SC Manchanda
Chronic systolic heart failure management is now streamlined and well directed in various international Guidelines
Dr. Saumitra Ray
Pharmaco-invasive approach plays a crucial role maximizing myocardial salvage
Dr. Satish Vaidya
Anemia in heart failure is an important reversible cause of increased morbidity and mortality
Dr.Sandeep Bansal
Early thrombolysis with tenecteplase reduces thrombotic burden
Dr.Rabin Chakraborty
High-intensity statins be used in all patients at earliest identification
Dr.Prakash Deedwania
White enemies of Life are: Sugar, Salt and Maida
Dr. Geeta Subramanian
The Hub and Spoke model in India
Dr. Ajith Mullasari
30-40% of CAD patients in Cathlab have Diabetes in India
Dr.Upendra kaul
More than 50% Indian patients live in areas where PCI is unthinkable
Dr.Santanu Guha
High-intensity statins be used in all patients at earliest identification
Dr.Prakash Deedwania
IVUS guidance superior to angiographic guidance in PCI
Dr. Sandeep Nathan
STEMI management and Pharmaco - invasive approach
Dr.Rabin Chakraborty
A properly done ecocardiogram gives all the clues of presence or abscense of Heart Failure
Dr.Saumitra Ray
Diseases like Tuberculosis have become rare in Kerala
Dr. G Vijayaraghavan
If we do a little bit of prevention it will have more achievement than doing expensive surgeries
Dr.SC Manchanda
Anemia in heart failure is an important reversible cause of increased morbidity and mortality
Dr.Sandeep Bansal
The STEMI Burden in India
Dr. HK Chopra
Obesity is not a sign of prosperity but it is the mother of four deadly diseases like hypertension, diabetes, hyperlipidemia and heart attack
Dr. IB Vijayalakshmi
Statin intolerance common with higher dosage and mostly with associated co-morbid conditions
Dr. AK Pancholia
Drugs like Ranolazine, Ivabradine Should Always be Considered While Treating ‘No Option Angina’
Dr.Neelkanth Karandikar
Though the burden of Rheumatic heart disease is decreasing, Heart Disease is rising steeply in India
Dr. Satish Vaidya
Sprint Trial has brought a newer insight in BP goals
Dr.Vidyut Jain
We do not have a definite guideline on the drugs to be used for Dengue
Dr.Kajal Ganguly
Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring is a Good Modality to Diagnose Hypertension
Dr.Rajiv Sethi
A Brief on patient prosthetic mismatch
Dr.CK Ponde
Sedantary lifestyle is the major reason for Heart Attack
Dr. Geetha Subramanian
CSI KOCHI HIGHLIGHTS
Dr. Santanu Guha, Dr. MS Hiremath, Dr. PP Mohanan
Dr.Anjanlal Dutta
Count down starts for CSICON KOCHI 2016
Dr. Santanu Guha, Dr. MS Hiremath, Dr. PP Mohanan
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Dr. Sadanand Shetty
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