Dr. Manoj Agarwala is a member/fellow of the American College of Cardiology and Cardiology Society of India, International Society of Endovascular Specialist, apart from various other associations. Dr. Manoj has interest in continuously updating with current happenings in the world of Cardiology. Dr. Manoj Agarwala published several papers in various international journals of repute. Dr. Manoj has teaching exposure in Internal Medicine and Cardiology at P.G.I. Chandigarh and is involved since 2001 in teaching Cardiology for DNB Candidates. Coordinator Department of Cardiology. Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad. Dr. Manoj is trained in and uses the latest technologies, many of which were developed in the last few years. To his credit he has seen more than 40,000 patients,treated patients of Acute Cardiac emergencies including AMI, Unstable angina, Heart failure, Arrhythmias, Cardiac tamponade, Pulmonary Embolism limb ischemia etc. Dr. Manoj Agarwala has independently performed more than 7000 Cardiac Catheterizations and 4000 cardiac interventions. In last few years, Dr. Manoj Agarwala has done more than 3500 complex angioplasties including Left Main, TVDs, Bifurcations, CTOs, Post By-Pass Interventions and Primary Angioplasty. Dr. Manoj has special interest in Carotid and Peripheral vascular Interventions.
Apollo Health City Jubilee Hills ,Hyderabad.
Dr. Manoj Kumar Agarwala has a vast experience of 21 years in the field of Cardiology.
Member, Cardiological Society of India
Here are some Dr. Manoj Agarwala publications : Agarwala MK, Singh M, Juneja R, Grover A, Verma JS. Coronary artery neovascularisation in chronic constrictive pericarditis. Asian Cardiovasc Thorac Ann 1997; 5: 184-185. 2. Singh Mandeep, Agarwala Manoj Kumar, Juneja Rajnish, Reserpine induced complete heart block. Asian Cardiovasc Thorac Ann 1998; 6(1):64-65. 3. Agarwala Manoj K, Singh Mandeep, Grover Anil, Verma Jagmohan S. Balloon Mitral Valvotomy in a pregnant patient with anomalous course of inferior vena cava. Asian Cardiovasc thorac Ann-1998; 6(3):227-228. 4. Singh Mandeep, Agarwala Manoj K, Grover Anil, Pathak Vijay, Varma Jagmohan S. Clinical, echocardiographic and angiographic profile of patients with double chambered right ventricle. Experience with 48 cases. Angiology. 1999; 50(3) 223-231 5. Agarwala Manoj K, Singh Mandeep, Grover Anil, Varma Jagmohan, Pathak Vijay; Double outlet right ventricle coexisting with double chambered right ventricle – A profile of seven cases. Asian Cardiovasc Thorac ann. 1999; 7(2) 111-114 6. PC Rath, NK. Panigrahi, Agarwala MK, NK.Das, R. Venkateswarlu – Coil Embolization of a Gaint Atherosclerotic Coronary artery Aneurysm. Journal of Invasive Cardiology. 1999; 11(9) 559-562. 7. Bali HK, Agarwala MK, Jain AK, Kumar N, Jetley V. De novo stenting of thoracic aorta in Takayasu’s Arteritis – Initial experience (Abstract). Indian Heart Journal 1997; 49; 161. 8. Agarwala MK. Singh Mandeep, Grover Anil. A case of double chambered right ventricle. Documentation. Journal of Association of Physicians of India 1998; 46; 660. 9. T Deb. V Dixit, R Prasad, PC Rath, PS Rao, S. Chandra, R Chakraborthy, MK Agarwala et al. Post operative angiographic study of radial artery in 54 patients (Abstract). Indian Heart Journal Dec. 1999, 51:504. 10. PC Rath, MK Agarwala, T. Deb, et al. Stenting without predilatation: Our experience (Abstract). Indian Heart Journal Dec. 1999, 51: 26. 11. T Deb, PC Rath, PS Rao, S. Chandra, R Chakraborthy, MK Agarwala, et al. ReoPro plus stenting: Pushing the envelope of clinical applications for acute/chronic coronary interventions (Abstract). Indian Heart Journal Dec.1999, 51:41. 12. T Deb, PC Rath, PS Rao, S Chandra, R Chakraborthy, MK Agarwala et al. Early results of stenting in small vessels: Is it a small world after all? (Abstract) Indian Heart Journal Dec. 1999, 51:42. 13. T. Deb. PC Rath, S Chandra, R Chakrabarty, MK Agarwala et al. Comparison of in hospital outcomes between a primary stenting strategy and primary fibrinolytic therapy in patients presenting with acute Myocardial Infarction. (Abstract) Indian Heart Journal Dec. 1999, 51:47. 14. PS Rao, Shivkumar, Pramod Kumar, PC Rath, MK Agarwala et al: Angioplasty and stenting in total occlusions (Abstract). Indian Heart Journal Dec. 1999, 51:103. 15. PC Rath, MK Agarwala, T. Deb et al: Percutaneous transmyocardial revascularisation: 1 year follow up (Abstract). Indian Heart Journal Dec. 1999 51:172. 16. T Deb, J. Venkateshwarulu, LT Kishore, BS Reddy, PC Rath, PS Rao, S Chandra, R Chakraborthy, MK Agarwala et al. Angioplasty and stenting of the internal carotid artery (Abstract). Indian Heart Journal Dec. 1999, 51:391. 17. T Deb. J Venkateshwaruly, LT Kishore, BS Reddy, PC Rath, PS Rao, S Chandra, R Chakraborthy, MK Agarwala et al. Stent supported percutaneous angioplasty in the treatment of peripheral vascular disease of the lower limb: Preliminary results in a cohort of elderly, high risk patients (Abstract). Indian Heart Journal Dec. 1999, 51:402. 18. PC Rath, MK Agarwala, T Deb et al. Renal artery involvement in patients of CAD undergoing coronary Angiography. A prospective study (Abstract). Indian Heart Journal Dec. 1999 51: 479. 19. T.Deb, PC Rath, PS Rao, S. Chandra, MK Agarwala, et al: Is Increased Stent Utilisation Associated with Improved Outcomes for PTCA Patients? Analysis of Major Adverse Events in a Large Unselected Population (Abstract). Indian Heart Journal Dec. 1999 51: 13. 20 Rath P.C., Agarwala M.K., Das N.K., Deb T, et al. Coronary Stenting without predilatation : An observational study. Indian Heart Journal. Vol. 52, Feb 2000,45-49.
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