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#CrediTalk: Dr. Praveen Chandra Talks About Interventional Cardiology

7 January, 2020
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Interventional Cardiology is an advanced branch of heart care. Patients with heart diseases can avoid surgery and choose this method of treatment. Under this, doctors can treat a heart condition by using a catheter (a thin tube) without doing surgery. If you are scared of huge cuts, stitches and a pool of blood, then interventional …

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Credihealth Hall of Fame – Cardiology Hospitals in India

29 September, 2016
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India is emerging as a hub for world class medical facilities. Indian doctors are leading practitioners in the field of medicine across the globe, also patients from different parts of the world are coming to India for treatment. Cardiology treatments in India are appropriately priced and various hospitals around the country are equipped with trained …

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37th Week Of Pregnancy: Three Weeks to Go

26 December, 2019
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Great! The baby is considered full in the 37th week of pregnancy. He is as big as a canary melon. This time is quite difficult for a 37 weeks pregnant woman. The baby at 37 weeks is quite developed. On the other side, the mother is going through the 37 weeks pregnant symptoms. But relax, …

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Is Weight An Issue For Your Heart?

6 December, 2019
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Weight and Waistlines as Predictors of Heart Disease A 2005 study in the American Journal of Physiology stated that fat cells act like small chemical factories, releasing a host of hormones and other inflammatory materials that increase the risk of heart disease. Here is a list of predictors that suggest how excess fat and weight …

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Redefining Healthcare With Experience, Excellence & Empathy

29 November, 2019
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Dr. Yugal Kishore Mishra is a luminary in the medical discipline of preventive cardiology and surgery and needs no introduction. After an illustrious stint of close to 28 years in Escorts Heart Hospital, he ventured into a new work domain at state-of-the-art Manipal Hospitals (MH), Delhi, as it’s Clinical Services Director & Head of Cardiac Sciences about …

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Diagnosis of Heart Conditions: Essential Tests For Heart Diseases

14 November, 2019
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The heart is one of the most crucial organs of the human body. A minor issue not only affects your heart but also other organs. This is because the heart is the organ that sends oxygen to all other organs of the body to ensure they function efficiently. Hence, it is important for your heart …

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Overview: Centre Of Excellence Of Reliance Hospital, Navi Mumbai

29 August, 2019
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To heal and save people’s lives, Reliance hospital, Navi Mumbai was established. It is a super-specialty hospital that commits to delivering quality healthcare. This renowned hospital is equipped with the best medical technologies and patient-friendly facilities. This is a robust healthcare network that is accessible and affordable to every individual. To strengthen the healthcare system …

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Learn How Your Palm Indicates Signs Of Many Diseases

26 August, 2019
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Our Hands Speak Volumes. No, we are not talking about astrology or hand analysis psychology. Apart from telling the future, our hand is an indicator of many diseases. It doesn’t mean that doctors have to be palm readers to make accurate predictions about health. This is just some form, function, and appearance of hands that …

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#CrediTalk: An Interview With Dr. Yugal K Mishra On Heart Diseases In India

19 August, 2019
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<p>India has become a hub for cardiac diseases. The number of deaths caused by cardiovascular diseases rose by nearly 34% between 1990-2016. We can conveniently call this a state of a medical emergency. And it is valid now if you, like us, have qu...

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Does Vitamin D Deficiency Mean Higher Risk For Cardiovascular Disease?

16 August, 2019
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<p>Vitamin D is necessary for our overall health. We all know that deficiency of vitamin D causes many health issues. But, does Vitamin D Deficiency mean higher risk for cardiovascular disease? Yes, vitamin D and cardiovascular disease are somehow...

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Healthy Lifestyle for Healthy Heart

12 August, 2019
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Everyone must have heard about the importance of a healthy lifestyle for healthy heart. But, ever wondered what healthy changes are required for a heart–healthy lifestyle and how these changes affect your body? When your doctor tells you to make certain changes in your lifestyle, perhaps, you start wondering: Will it really make a difference? Do you …

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Common Heart Health Mistakes Made By Men And Women

7 August, 2019
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Are you serious about your heart health? There is a big difference between wanting to keep yourself healthy and doing the right things to make it happen. We make certain mistakes that cause harmful side effects to our bodies. Women’s heart health and men’s heart health are both equally important. In this article, we will …

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Cardiac Arrest vs Heart Attack vs Heart Failure

7 August, 2019
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One question that often puzzles people is the difference between a heart attack, heart failure and cardiac arrest. No matter how similar they appear in their names, all three are different things and their symptoms, causes and results vary. The death of Sushma Swaraj, former External Affairs Minister due to cardiac attack pulled up many …

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Heart Surgery in Diabetics – Impact and Management

28 July, 2019
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Diabetes and heart diseases have a strong connection. Statistics show that adults are more likely to develop heart diseases if they have diabetes; knowing that the American Heart Association considers diabetes as one of the major factors responsible for cardiovascular diseases. The reason for this is that people with diabetes are very likely to have …

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Your Ultimate Guide To Oral Cancer Treatment

27 July, 2019
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Do you think cigarette smoking makes you look cool? Or smoking a cigar is classy? Or chewing tobacco relieves stress? If yes, we would like you to rethink your answer. Despite the various excuses you give yourself for indulging in the above activities, you cannot deny the consequences that you may have to face- especially …

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10 Ways How Exercise Reduces Risk Of Heart Attack

25 June, 2019
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Exercise is the new trend. Your Instagram would be flooded with people showing off their abs, or the lovely morning weather where they jog. But exercising offers a lot more than that. It offers improved heart-health. Besides better appearances and a strong brain, exercise reduces risk of heart attack.Today, we present to you the link …

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Healthy Heart Tips – 15 Key Points You Should Follow

3 May, 2019
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Love and gratitude are good for your heart but they are not enough to keep it healthy. Your lifestyle choices majorly decide the health of your organs including your heart. In this article, we will be discussing some healthy heart tips and heart care tips. An inactive lifestyle means an unhealthy you. However, this sedentary …

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Lifestyle Restrictions after Pacemaker Implantation

4 April, 2019
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Heartbeat is nothing but accumulation of various muscle movements. The heartbeat and subsequent pumping of blood is fired up by the electrical impulses. Heart’s natural pacemaker gives first electrical signal that travels through an electrical bridge known as the atrioventricular node to the lower chambers. If at any point, any problem occurs in the electrical pathway, …

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10 Signs of Unhealthy Body

20 June, 2018
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Long before that trip to the hospital becomes an absolute necessity with a threatening illness, the body gives out a number of indications that it is not in the best of health. Pay attention to the following 10 signs of unhealthy body, to know if something is not right and control these symptoms from becoming a major …

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Hole in Heart – Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

9 May, 2018
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A normal heart is divided into two sides, the left and the right, separated by a wall known as the septum. The right side of the heart receives blood poor in oxygen and sends it towards the lungs. Replenished with oxygen, the blood returns from the lungs and empties into the left side of the …

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