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with complex cardiac-related ailments
-Fortis Hospital Mohali has North India’s largest Cardiac Critical Care Unit –
Palampur, October , 15 2022: The latest advancements in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases available at Fortis Hospital Mohali, which has become a 24×7 Cardiac Emergency-Ready Hospital offering North India’s largest Cardiac Critical Care Unit, has given a new lease of life to several cardiac patients.
Dr RK Jaswal, Head of Department and Director of Cardiology; and Director, Cathlabs, Fortis Hospital Mohali – who has conducted more than 40,000 cardiac interventions – discussed the role of skilled expertise and state-of-the-art cardiac treatment options available at Fortis Mohali.
Dr Jaswal, said, “Fortis Hospital Mohali is among the very few hospitals in the world where high-quality advanced treatment options such as Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR), Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT), Intravascular ultrasound (IVUS), Rotational Atherectomy (Rotablation or treatment of heavily calcified heart arteries), Impella device for exact objective assessment of heart disease, highest quality angioplasty and stenting treatment of the heart are available 24×7 for the past several years. These techniques have enabled us to perform precise and high-quality procedures, thereby saving many lives by providing the best medical treatment at par with the best hospitals in the world.”
“Fortis Mohali is the Centre of Excellence for Rotational Atherectomy in North India and has also certified me as the exclusive Proctor to teach this technique to interventional cardiologists of the region,” added Dr Jaswal.
Discussing the technological advancements in healthcare, Dr Jaswal, added, “Fortis Mohali has three ultra-modern cath labs, shortest door-to-balloon time, and advanced cardiac diagnostics and contemporary imaging techniques. Any heart disease can be treated if diagnosed early. One should seek immediate medical intervention as it can prevent further complications and ensure faster recovery and better outcome.”
Dr Jaswal holds an OPD at Karan Hospital and Dr Vijay Chaudhary Hospital on the third Sunday of every alternate month to assess cardiac patients.