Dr. Viney Jetley is an Associate Director of Invasive Cardiology and Electrophysiology at Fortis Escorts Heart Institute, New Delhi. He has the expertise to carry out all kinds of Invasive Cardiac Procedures, such as Angiography, Stenting Rotablation along with all kinds of device implantation including pacemakers, COMBO devices, Electrophysiology & Radiofrequency Ablation. He has also performed numerous paediatric cardiac catheterizations and paediatric interventions including Balloon Atrial Septostomy, Balloon Dilatation of Stenotic Aortic, Mitral and Pulmonary Valves, Coarctation Dilatation/Stenting, and device closure of ASD/VSD/PDA.
Fortis Escorts Heart Institute & Research Centre, Okhla Road
Professor and Head, Department of Cardiology, Armed Forces Medical College, Pune : April 2010, Director, Interventional Cardiology and Electrophysiology Services, Armed Forces Medical College, Pune, Professor and Chief Examiner for DNB Cardiology for both, (Theory and Practical exams)-Chief examiner for DNB Cardiology 2010 at Armed Forces Medical College Pune (2010), Examiner and Approver of Diplomate National Board for inspecting hospitals conducting DNB Cardiology Programme, Director, Cardiac Cath Lab at Army Hospital Research and Referral, New Delhi (from December 2003-April 2010), Attending Cardiologist to the President of India, Her Excellency Mrs. Pratibha Devi Singh Patil :(2008-2010) : 6.5 years, Examiner for DNB Cardiology, w.e.f. 2007, Associate Professor, Interventional Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist at Armed Forces Medical College, Pune :(July 1999-December 2003), Consultant "A" Invasive Cardiology UAE.
Association of Physician of India, Cardiological Society of India, Heart Rhythm Society of India
Vishisht Chikitsa Ratan, Delhi Medical Association (2013), Vishisht Seva Medal (VSM) by the President of India for outstanding contributions to the field of Interventional Cardiology and Electrophysiology (2009), Chief of Army Staff Commendation for outstanding contributions in the field of Interventional Cardiology and Electrophysiology (2007), Vice Chief of Army Staff Commendation for outstanding contributions to the field of Interventional Cardiology and Electrophysiology (2006), Hari Malini Joshi Trust Gold Medal for standing First in MD (Medicine) amongst all candidates, University of Pune (1991).
MBBS, Armed Forces Medical College, University of Pune. MD (General Medicine), Armed Forces Medical College, University of Pune. Diplomate National Board (General Medicine), National Board of Exams, New Delhi. DM Cardiology, PGIMER Chandigarh. Trained in Interventional Electrophysiology at Nanjing, China.
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A cardiologist is a trained medical professional with special training and skill in finding, treating and preventing diseases of the heart and blood vessels, which is the cardiovascular system.
Cardiology is a complex field, so cardiologists specialize in different areas. All cardiologists are clinical cardiologists as they focus on the diagnosis, medical management, and prevention of cardiovascular disease. Some clinical cardiologists specialize in pediatric cardiology, so they also diagnose and treat heart problems in children. An adult cardiologist is the clinical cardiologists who treat only adult patients. Other clinical cardiologists who specialize in interventional procedures like angiography, angioplasty, stenting, and TAVI are called the interventional cardiologist.
With statistics like heart disease being among the number one killers, there is no reason for anyone to not to be worried. General cardiologists are practitioners that focus on the heart, so If you are at risk for heart disease, a routine check-up with a cardiologist can help you to be on top of your heart health.
And in case you are wondering how to be sure that you are at risk for heart disease, then you can look at the certain common symptoms shown by your body that usually point to heart disease. Whenever you feel chest pain that is radiating towards the left side or to the back of your body, you should immediately consult an experienced cardiologist. You should also consult a heart doctor when you experience severe pressure in the chest, shortness of breath while walking and continues while you are at rest, Irregular heartbeats leading to palpitations, sudden clenching pain in jaws, or when you undergo excessive sweating continuously for a long period of time without any exercise.
Cardiologists perform the following tests:
You should get your heart checked as often as possible, and this is especially true when your family has a risk for heart disease. You should get your blood pressure checked every year, and according to the American Heart Association, the screening tests for coronary artery disease should begin at age 20, cholesterol test at age of 25, and blood glucose screening should begin at age 45.
Cardiologists are doctors who specialize in cardiovascular disease and are able to treat conditions ranging from severe hypertension to elevated cholesterol to heart rhythm problems. Cardiologists also are able to perform procedures that both help diagnose and treat many cardiac conditions, for example, cardiologists can perform stress tests to uncover coronary disease, conduct echocardiograms to diagnose holes in the heart or other issues with heart valves; they may even order monitoring of the heart to uncover rhythm issues like atrial fibrillation. In addition, to treat these specific problems, specialized cardiologists like Interventional cardiologists can close small holes in the heart, place stents in clogged arteries, and place specialized devices in the heart. Cardiac surgeons come from a very different background and are usually the general surgeons who chose to further specialize as cardiac surgeons and limit their practice to the heart arteries and heart valves.
If you test on the high side for blood pressure and yet your regular doctor says you're blood pressure is controllable, you could still benefit from seeing a preventive cardiologist. Preventive cardiologists are a special type of clinical cardiologists whose goal is to prevent cardiovascular diseases and to reduce the burden of them in populations and improve the quality of life and life expectancy in individuals with such diseases.
In your first cardiologist appointment, you are usually greeted by a member of the nursing staff who measures your weight and height in order to calculate your body mass
(BMI). At this stage, you are normally asked to go for one of the following tests: