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Dr. S Ramakrishnan: Post-sphygmic Period: A Critical Phase

The patient may suddenly develop an acute episode of pulmonary edema or cardiogenic shock
Dr.Ramakrishnan,Additional Professor, Department of. Cardiology, AIIMS Organizing Secretary,Cardiac Prevent, Two Dreaded Things That Can Strike You All Of A Sudden
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Dr. S Ramakrishnan

Additional Professor, Department of. Cardiology, AIIMS

AIIMS Organizing Secretary,Cardiac Prevent 2015


“Post-sphygmic period is a critical phase, where lot of things can go wrong even if the patient is re-perfused. A sudden arrhythmic event or a mechanical complication of MI can strike out of the blue leading to the collapse of a patient,” Dr. S Ramakrishnan says “ICU care is necessary for a few days after an MI,” he adds


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Dr. Samin Sharma In Conversation with Dr.Brian Pinto

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Dr. Samin Sharma

Interventional Cardiologist,

Mount Sinai Hospital, US

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Chief of Cardiology

Holy Family Hospital, Mumbai



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