Heart Patients Get A Relief, GMCH Now Has Dedicated Advance Cardiac Lab

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Chandigarh, November 28, 2015: The patients suffering from heart problems have got a relief with the Government Medical College and Hospital, sector 32, Chandigarh now having a dedicated advance cardiac lab enabling procedures like angioplasty to be conducted at this premiere health institute.
The cardiologist Dr Jeet Ram Kashyap, who has performed this procedure on five patients said that the availability of angioplasty at GMCH 32 is now an option for patients who are in waiting list at PGIMER for cardiac treatment. "The nominal charges are in reach of a common man. The institute provides comprehensive cardiac patient care with well-organized systems, services, facilities and highly trained staff with emphasis on quality and outcomes. It is patient-centred and coordinated care institute with treatment and intervention tailored to individual needs," he said.
The first patient to undergo angioplasty at the institute was 60 year male patient from Chandigarh who admitted with chronic stable angina with strong stress test. Patient underwent procedure and was discharged next day to his home. As of now he has conducted five angioplasty, three carotid cases, five peripheral cases and on routine basis doing angiography. Dr Jeet ram Kashyap did his DM from AIIMS one of the premium institute of cardiology.
Heart Patients Get A Relief, GMCH Now Has Dedicated Advance Cardiac Lab
Chandigarh, November 28, 2015: The patients suffering from heart problems have got a relief with the Government Medical College and Hospital, sector 32, Chandigarh now having a dedicated advance cardiac lab enabling procedures like angioplasty to be conducted at this premiere health institute.
The cardiologist Dr Jeet Ram Kashyap, who has performed this procedure on five patients said that the availability of angioplasty at GMCH 32 is now an option for patients who are in waiting list at PGIMER for cardiac treatment. "The nominal charges are in reach of a common man. The institute provides comprehensive cardiac patient care with well-organized systems, services, facilities and highly trained staff with emphasis on quality and outcomes. It is patient-centred and coordinated care institute with treatment and intervention tailored to individual needs," he said.
The first patient to undergo angioplasty at the institute was 60 year male patient from Chandigarh who admitted with chronic stable angina with strong stress test. Patient underwent procedure and was discharged next day to his home. As of now he has conducted five angioplasty, three carotid cases, five peripheral cases and on routine basis doing angiography. Dr Jeet ram Kashyap did his DM from AIIMS one of the premium institute of cardiology.
 
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Saturday, November 28, 2015