MD - (Med. & Thera.), MBBS
Medical Registration Verified
95% (41 votes)
Dr. S. B. Nagori says "I am a visiting cardiologist at Calcutta Heart Research Centre, Marwari Relief Society Hospital, Woodland Hospital, B.M.Birla Hospital and AMRI Dhakuria. Practicing since last 46 yrs with various achievements, milestones and professional memberships."
114-b, Sarat Bose Road, Landmark: Opposite Shishu Mangal Hospital, Behind Babli Medical Hall, Kolkata
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 12:00
19, Kali Krishna Tagore Street, Opposite Baikuntnath Temple, Near Ganesh Talkies, kolkata : 700007, Landmark: Opposite Baikuntnath Temple, Kolkata
Tue, Thu, Sat
01:00 - 03:00
I have visited Dr. Nagori just once yet. He came across as friendly and treatment has helped so far.
Very sweet and polite. I really appreciate his time and effort into explaining the problem and giving the solution. May he live long and continue to treat patients.
Dr. Nagori is very good and professional doctor and the staffs of Calcutta heart research centre are also good. Dr. Nagori does not leave the patient till he understand what the problem is. I'm completely satisfied. Thank you Dr. Nagori.
I would like to thank Dr. Nagori the way he checked and he explained about my problem that was satisfactory. He is very polite *** ************** Thank You Sir.
Q: What does a Heart specialist do?
A: A heart specialist examines the heart and the blood vessels to diagnose and treat various cardiovascular diseases. Heart specialists trained in surgery open the chest to perform operations.
Q: When do you need to see a cardiologist?
A: One needs to visit a cadiologist if they experience symptoms such as pain in chest, shortness of breath, irregular heart beats, high blood pressure or dizziness.
Q: What to expect at your first visit to heart specialist?
A: At your visit to the cardiologist, a total review of the medical history and a complete physical exam will be done which includes measuring the blood pressure and heart rate. A cardiac exam is conducted where tests such as electrocardiogram are conducted to assess for risk of coronary artery disease.
Q: How do heart-specialist check for blocked arteries?
A: Heart specialists generally advise tests such as stress electrocardiogram, 2D echo, CT Scans, ultrasound, lipid profile test, Chest X Ray, and angiogram to look for blocked arteries.
Q: Can you see a heart-specilist directly?
A: The process of visiting a heart specialist varies in different countries and are subject to various health insurance policies. Some patients may directly visit a heart specialist, but certain health care plans may require a referral from a primary care physician.