MD - General Medicine, DM - Cardiology, FACC
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Dr Rudra Dev Pandey is well known for performing more than 5000 coronary interventions with highest success rates while achieving an extremely low complication rate, most of his procedures were performed by Trans Radial route. Under Dr. Pandey’s leadership, the CK Birla Hospital Cardiac Cath Lab has become one of the best and busiest centers in Jaipur, providing state-of-the-art cardiac and intervention care for all types of simple and complex heart patients. In addition to coronary interventions, Dr. Pandey specializes in the non-surgical treatment of mitral and aortic stenosis and trans catheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR).He is among few cardiologists in India who performs Rotational Atherectomy via trans Radial approach, He is also Specialist in Heart failure management by Devices like Pacemaker, Lead less pacemaker, AICD, CRT (Bi ventricular Pacemaker). Aortic Interventions Like Thoracic & abdominal aortic Stenting,He has Started “Healthy Heart program” for preventive awareness regarding Heart diseases.He is Fellow American College of cardiology, Member European Society of Per cutaneous intervention, Cardiology society of India, He also received many awards in field of Cardiology & society Awareness, Dr. Pandey Is MBBS from Bikaner, S P Medial College, MD (medicine) from SMS Medical College Jaipur, DM (Cardiology) from DMC & H Ludhiana, He worked As Consultant Intervention Cardiology in Fortis Escorts Heart institute New Delhi, Eternal Hospital Jaipur, Now since 2016 he is working in C K Birla Hospital as Senior Consultant Cardiology.
Gopalpura Bypass Road, Jaipur (Towards Platform No.2, Durgapura Station,Near Triveni Flyover), Landmark: Near Triveni Flyover, Jaipur
Mon - Sat
10:00 - 02:00
Doctor looks energetic, friendly, confident and having very good expertise in line of tratment. It took very reasonable time in process.
Patient Mr. Babu lal kasotiya. Angioplasty done by Dr R D Pandey.*** * * ****** ** ************ ********** friendly, Good experience, * **** ** ** ********** ********
Listen problem with Patience &give assurance very shortly recover & feel good don’t worry, it’s sufficient for me Now I am fit & feel Good & say treatment procedure & doctor s jolly nature to all my friends & relatives.
He is a good person. He treatments as type of friend. And talks Very simple type. Pandey ji sir no difference in rich and the poor person he treat same type both person
Q: What does a Heart specialist do?
A: A heart specialist carries out tests to identify abnormal heart rhythms, blood vessel blockages and heart murmurs. He or she helps provide treatment to people with heart problems, or who have had heart failure or heart attack. Heart specialists also help people decide about placing stents, heart surgeries, and procedures like heart catheterization and angioplasty.
Q: When do you need to see a cardiologist?
A: You need to visit a cardiologist if you: • Experience chest pain • Experience dizziness, palpitations or shortness of breath • Have a high blood pressure • Have chronic kidney disease • Have a history of smoking • Have peripheral artery disease • Have diabetes • Have a family history of high cholesterol or heart diseases • You have a sedentary lifestyle
Q: What to expect at your first visit to heart specialist?
A: The cardiologist will go through your medical history in detail at your first visit. He/she will do an assessment of risk factors for coronary artery disease. Your heart rate and blood pressure measurements as well as an electrocardiogram might be taken. The cardiologist will perform a complete vascular and cardiac physical exam.
Q: How do heart-specialist check for blocked arteries?
A: Heart-specialists might order one or more of these tests to detect blockages in your arteries: • A positron emission tomography (PET) scan • Cholesterol screening blood tests like lipid profile • A magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan • Electrocardiogram • Chest X-ray • Angiogram • Ultrasound • A computerized tomography (CT) scan • Echocardiogram along or with a cardiac stress test
Q: Can you see a heart-specilist directly?
A: You might need a referral from your family doctor if your insurance plan requires you to take it. Otherwise, you can visit a cardiologist without a reference, if you suspect heart disease.