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  • Glenmark Cardiac Centre
    Flat No.101& 102, First Floor, Swami Krupa CHS,
    D L Vaidya Road Opp. Swami Samarth Math & Dhanwantari Hospital, Behind Shivsena Bhavan,
    Dadar West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400028

  • +91 9820 838 477
  • 022 – 24335055/56/57/59

  • Holy Family Hospital
    St. Andrews Road, Bandra (West)

  • 022 – 62670419

  • Asian Heart Institute
    G / N Block, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra (E), Mumbai 400 051

  • 022-66986538 / 39

Emergency 24/7

+91 932 450 1375

Holy Family Hospital (Bandra)
Private Consultation
Monday 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Friday 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
General Consultation
Monday 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Thursday 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Tel: 022 6267037

Asian Heart Institute
12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Saturday 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM

Mahavir Hospital (Khar)
Wednesday 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Saturday 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Tel: 022 226040676

J.N Wadia Dispensary (Mahim)
By Appointment only
Tel: 8828871981

Glenmark Cardiac Centre
Monday to Friday: 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Saturday 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Mob: 9820838477
Tel: 022 – 24335055/56/57/59

Frequently asked questions

Below we have answered some of the most frequently asked questions:

What Is a Pacemaker?2021-07-28T11:09:28+00:00

A pacemaker is a small unit that is implanted under the skin and uses batteries to help your heart beat more regularly through the use of small electric stimulation that helps control your heartbeat.

Can I have an MRI with my pacemaker or ICD?2021-07-28T11:12:04+00:00

When you have a pacemaker implanted, stay away from devices with large magnets or magnetic fields that can be created from motors of cars or boats. An MRI is a diagnostic imaging tool used to take images of your body using magnets. Some pacemaker and ICD devices are approved to have an MRI but always talk with your provider before having this test to make sure it is safe for you. Magnetic fields can be created by other machines which could affect the normal function of your device. Avoid high-voltage radar machines, such as radio or T.V. transmitters, electric arc welders, high-tension wires, radar installations, or smelting furnaces.

Can stented arteries reclose?2021-07-28T11:13:59+00:00

Yes. Reclosure (restenosis) is also a problem with the stent procedure. In recent years doctors have used new types of stents called drug-eluting stents. These are coated with drugs that are slowly released and help keep the blood vessel from reclosing. These new stents have shown some promise for improving the long-term success of this procedure.

Can having a stent cause problems later?2021-07-28T11:18:02+00:00

To date there’s no evidence of long-term complications from having a permanent stent.

What is cardiac catheterization?2021-07-28T11:06:29+00:00

This is a procedure done on the heart. In it, a doctor inserts a thin plastic tube (catheter) (KATH’eh-ter) into an artery or vein in the arm or leg. From there it can be advanced into the chambers of the heart or into the coronary arteries.

Catheters are also used to inject dye into the coronary arteries. This is called coronary angiography (an”je-OG’rah-fe) or coronary arteriography (ar-te”re-OG’rah-fe). This is done to see if the arteries have blockage that could cause a heart attack. This test can measure blood pressure within the heart and how much oxygen is in the blood. It’s also used to get information about the pumping ability of the heart muscle. Catheters with a balloon on the tip are used in the procedure called percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (per”ku-TA’ne-us tranz-LU’min-al KOR’o-nair-e AN’je-o-plas-te) (PTCA). Catheterization is also done on infants and children to examine or treat congenital (kon-JEN’ih-tal) heart defects.

What Is Coronary Angioplasty?2021-07-28T11:07:14+00:00

Coronary angioplasty is a procedure that opens blocked arteries and allows blood to flow to your heart muscle. Angioplasty is not surgery. It opens a clogged coronary artery by inflating a tiny balloon in it. This information sheet discusses what the procedure is, who needs it, how it is done, and recovery afterwards.

What is a stent and how is one used?2021-07-28T11:07:41+00:00

A stent is a wire mesh tube used to prop open an artery that’s recently been cleared using angioplasty. The stent is collapsed to a small diameter and put over a balloon catheter. It’s then moved into the area of the blockage. When the balloon is inflated, the stent expands, locks in place and forms a scaffold. This holds the artery open. The stent stays in the artery permanently, holds it open, improves blood flow to the heart muscle and relieves symptoms (usually chest pain).

When are stents used?2021-07-28T11:08:15+00:00

A stent may be used instead of — or along with — angioplasty. Stents are used depending on certain features of the artery blockage. This includes the size of the artery and where the blockage is. Stenting is a fairly common procedure; in fact, it now represents 70-90 percent of procedures.

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