Dr. Ravi Gupta - Cardiologist | Wockhardt Hospitals

Dr. Ravi Gupta

Designation
Consultant Cardiologist
Qualification
MD (Internal Medicine), DNB(Cardiology), FACC (USA), FSCAI(USA)
Experience
22 Years
Special Interest

Location

South Mumbai - Mumbai Central
Cardiology

• Interventional Cardiology
• Coronary Angioplasty
• TAVI
• Peripheral Interventions & Non-Invasive Cardiology
• Pacemaker Implantation
• Device closure ASD, VSD, PDA
• Device Implantation
• Non Invasive Cardiology

Academic Details

  • FACC (Fellow of American College of Cardiology): this prestigious fellowship is awarded to those cardiologists across the globe with long years of experience in Cardiology and excellent academic careers in 2018
  • FSCAI (Fellow of Society of Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions): this fellowship is awarded only to the selected interventional cardiologist across the world with vast experience in interventional cardiology
  • DNB (Cardiology) from Escorts Heart Institute & Research Center, Okhla Road, New Delhi in 2006
  • MD (General Medicine) from R.N.T. Medical College, Udaipur (Rajasthan University, Jaipur) in 2000
  • MBBS from SMS Medical College, Jaipur (Rajasthan University, Jaipur) in 1994

Profile Summary

  • A result-oriented professional offering over 17 years of a successful career with diverse roles distinguished by commended performance in Interventional Cardiology, Coronary Angioplasties, Peripheral interventions, Pacemaker Implantations, Device closures of ASD, VSD, PDA, Device Implantations, Non-Invasive Cardiology
  • Experience in managing sick patients of all sorts including cardiac and non-cardiac issues in emergency and heart command center
  • Successfully performed more than 6000 coronary angioplasties including complex cases like left main, bifurcation lesions, and chronic total occlusions
  • Invited as faculty in several national and international conferences like TCT and Euro PCR to share his experience and complex cases
  • Proven competencies in rolling out innovative hospital administrative strategies to ensure a high level of healthcare delivery
  • Passionate educator on heart disease awareness with a commitment to delivering quality cardiovascular care
  • Proficient to implement effective and cost-efficient care plans for timely and complete patient recovery
  • Excellent communicator & great listener, who exemplifies decisiveness and leadership, particularly in a critical care setting
MD (Internal Medicine), DNB(Cardiology), FACC (USA), FSCAI(USA)
22 Years

Achievements

Honored with the prestigious Rajasthan Gaurav Award 2016

(This award has been given for the last 21 years in various fields like administration, police, judiciary, art, literature, medicine and so on)

Other Assignments

  • Designed :
    • Logo of Indian Academy of Echocardiography (IAE) in 1999 in Internal Medicine at Udaipur (It is still in use)
    • Logo for ICCI – Indian Congress of Carotid Interventions in 2005 (It is still in use)
  • Wrote a book on medical humor ‘MAD SCENE’ (a compilation of 150 medical cartoons) in 2005
  • Won several prizes at state and national levels in various fine art events (painting, sketching, cartooning, sculpting)
  • Received the ‘Best Artist of the Year award in the year 1992 at S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur

 

Research & Publications

  • The Journal of Coronary Artery Disease – Oct’03, Vol.5, No.1; Pattern of Coronary Calcification in Patients with Signal Loss on MRI Compared with Coronary Angiography
  • Journal of The Association of Physicians of India – June 2004, Vol.52; Understanding Systolic Hypertension in Elderly
  • Cardiology Today – July-August 2003, Vol. VII, No.4, page 151; Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring
  • Cardiology Today – July-August 2003, Vol. VII, No.4, page 168; Hypertension as a Risk Factor for Coronary Artery Disease
  • Indian Heart Journal – Sept-Oct 2003, Vol.55, No.5; Sustained Improvement of Angina by Enhanced External Counter Pulsation is Predominantly due to its Peripheral Effects
  • Indian Heart Journal – Sept-Oct 2003, Vol.55, No.5; Comparison of Echocardiographic Prevalence of Rheumatic Heart Disease in Urban Slum School Children Versus Rural School Children
  • Current Medical Journal of India – Feb 2004, Vol. IX, No.11; Recent Management of Ventricular Arrhythmias

Presentations

  • The pattern of Coronary Calcification in Patients with a signal loss on MRI Compared with Coronary Angiography; 5th International Congress on Coronary Artery Disease – from Prevention to Intervention – ICCAD; Florence. Italy, Oct’03
  • Presented at :
    • Tokyo, an interesting case in which performed mini crush in sick acute MI (primary PCI)
    • Seoul, and an interesting case of LIMA-LAD plasty where the stent delivery system was of insufficient length National
  • Sustained Improvement of Angina by Enhanced External Counter Pulsation is Predominantly due to its peripheral effects; 55th Annual Conference of the Cardiological Society of India, Dec’03, Kolkata
  • Comparison of Echocardiographic Prevalence of Rheumatic Heart Disease in Urban Sum School Children versus Rural School Children; 55th Annual Conference of The Cardiological Society of India, Dec’03, Kolkata

Studies

  • ARISE study (Assessment of Rheumatic Heart Disease in India School Children by Echocardiography): population examined – 15,000 school children. It is a community-based study that performed Echocardiography of all school-going children (irrespective of symptomatic status) to see the prevalence of RF/RHD as well as congenital heart disease in several villages. It is an ambitious and largest community-based echo study in a world of this type. Being an important member of the team of this project performed about 8000 echocardiograms
  • Patterns of Coronary Calcification, Signal Loss on MRI, and Lesion on Conventional Coronary Angiograms were compared in collaboration with the Department of Nuclear Medicine. Being the principal investigator, presented this data at an international conference ICCAD at Florence ITALY in 2003
  • Prevalence and Pattern of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) in patients with CAD. This is a prospective study, in which we do an Ankle-Brachial Index (ABI) of all patients scheduled for Coronary Angiograms irrespective of symptoms suggestive of PAD. Those with abnormal ABI undergo Peripheral Angio along with coronary angiograms
  • He completed a study aimed to see the prevalence of PAD in symptomatic executives. Performed ABI of all executives who came for a routine comprehensive cardiac check-up and peripheral arterial Doppler followed those with abnormal ABI and if that is also abnormal, with a peripheral angiogram. This is in the process of compilation.

OPD Timing

Wockhardt Hospitals

Monday: 11.30 am to 2 pm
Tuesday: 11.30 am to 2 pm
Wednesday: 11.30 am to 2 pm
Thursday: 11.30 am to 2 pm
Friday: 11.30 am to 2 pm

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