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Dr. Nishant Tripathy

Dr. Nishant Tripathy

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Cardiology

Director and HOD - Cardiology

Cardiologist, Cardiac Electrophysiologist

speciality 21 Years of Practice
Dr. Ashok Kumar

Dr. Ashok Kumar

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine, DM - Cardiology

Consultant - Cardiology

Cardiologist, Cardiac Electrophysiologist

speciality 11 Years of Practice
Dr. Shravan Kumar

Dr. Shravan Kumar

MBBS, MD, DM - Cardiology

Consultant - Cardiology

Cardiologist, Cardiac Electrophysiologist, Cardiac Surgeon

speciality 8 Years of Practice
Dr. Adil Ahmad Khan

Dr. Adil Ahmad Khan

MBBS, MS - General Medicine, DM - Cardiology

Consultant - Cardiology


speciality 7 Years of Practice


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shared the best doctor for treatment
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Good service
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well behaved.
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Procedure was good and treatment also
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A cardiologist is a specialist in heart disease. They specialize in treating heart diseases and illnesses, as well as aiding patients in managing their cardiac difficulties as best they can. A cardiologist will treat any heart disease symptoms you may be having as well as detect any possible issues. If the problem is caught early, a good cardiologist can help you a great deal. It's important to go for regular checkups. You can book an appointment for a cardiologist in Patna, Mumbai, or anywhere else through Credihealth. 

How can a cardiologist help you?

Through tests and examinations, your cardiologist, often known as a heart doctor, can help avoid heart disease. They are used to treat the symptoms of cardiac problems or illnesses. Among these illnesses are: 

  • Heart attacks occur when the blood supply to the heart is obstructed.

  • Heart disease (or coronary artery disease) occurs when the blood arteries that provide nourishment to your heart become clogged.

  • Heart failure occurs when your heart is unable to adequately pump blood.

  • When your heart beats too fast, too slow, or irregularly, you have heart rhythms (or arrhythmias).

  • When your heart does not open or close properly, you have valve issues.

You can get all the information about cardiologists in Patna, Delhi, or any other city through Credihealth.

Reasons you should see a cardiologist

Most people consider seeing a doctor when they are not feeling well, but they may put it off, or they may wait until their yearly physical with their primary care physician to ask questions about any physical aches or symptoms. But how bad should the symptoms be before you consult a cardiologist?

  • Recommendation from a physician: If your primary care physician advises you to see a cardiologist, go ahead and do it. Don't put it off any longer. You'll be sorry.

  • Heart pain:  This is a foregone conclusion. A complete list of heart disease symptoms is provided below. However, if you have any doubts about whether or not you are having a symptom, get medical attention.

  • Family history: If anybody in your family has or has had heart issues, you should be aware of the symptoms of heart disease and consider consulting a cardiologist about them.

  • High total cholesterol: Total cholesterol is the total of all the cholesterol in your blood. The higher your total cholesterol (200 mg/dL or more), the greater your risk of heart disease.

  • Hypertension or a high systolic number: You have hypertension or a high systolic number. Systolic blood pressure is the first number on your blood pressure measurement. (Your systolic blood pressure is 120 if your result is 120/80 (120 over 80).)

  • Tobacco use: Smoking is a major risk factor for heart disease. It decreases oxygen delivery to the heart, increases blood pressure, heart rate, and blood clotting, and kills the cells that lining the arteries.

  • Diabetes: Unfortunately, diabetes can lead to cardiac issues. If you have diabetes and are showing symptoms of heart disease, you should see a cardiologist.

  • Preeclampsia: Preeclampsia is frequently an unnoticed risk factor for heart disease. A woman is more prone to acquire heart disease during pregnancy or after menopause.

  • Gum disease: Gum disease may occur when the body is inflamed, believe it or not. Patients with swollen gums are frequently suffering from heart disease.

  • Getting Started with a New Exercise Program: You're over 40 and starting a new fitness regimen. You may already be working with your doctor to get more active, but a cardiologist can evaluate your heart health and prescribe heart-healthy routines. 

Symptoms of heart diseases

Many of us are aware of the signs of heart disease, such as a heart attack or stroke. However, there are other heart disease signs to be aware of:

  • Severe chest pressure, squeezing, pain, or discomfort.

  • Pain or discomfort in the shoulders, neck, arms, or jaw.

  • Pain in the chest that worsens.

  • Rest does not ease chest pain.

  • Jaw, neck, upper back, and/or chest pain

  • Hoarseness is caused by vocal cord pressure.

  • Sucking is difficult.

  • Palpitations in the heart

  • Anxiety.

  • Blood pressure is low.

If you experience any of the symptoms described above, or if your primary care physician advises you to visit a cardiologist, go ahead and do it! Take care of your heart, which is the most essential muscle in your body. You can book an appointment through Credihealth for the best cardiologists in Patna or any other city in India.

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