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There are various excellent #cardiologists in India who have attained their education from well- renowned institute and also have performed numerous #surgeries with a very high success rates. #Healthcare professions like Dr Naresh Tehran, Dr Devi Prasad Setty, Dr Vivek Jawali, Dr Mukundan Seshadri, and Dr Murali Manohar are among the top #Heart Care Surgeons in India. The best part about getting #heart treatment in India (Ind) is the quality of #healthcare services at very affordable cost and after #surgery care. To Get More Information Visit Us: http://bit.ly/Cardiac-Surgery-IND
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Best #HeartSurgeon in Delhi
Prof. (Dr.) Harsh Wardhan has been elected as President of Cardiology Society of India, Delhi Chapter for 2017 and 2018. and Dr. Harsh Wardhan has also been teaching throughout his career, and was designated Professor of #Cardiology at Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University.
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#Angioplasty is a procedure performed to open narrowed or blocked blood vessels. It is used to stop heart attacks in progress, treat #chestpain (angina), and restore blood flow through the carotid, peripheral, and renal arteries. During angioplasty, a thin, flexible tube called a catheter is inserted into an artery and fed to the site of a blockage within the blood vessel. The interventional cardiologist opens a tiny balloon at the end of the catheter to push aside the blockage, improving blood flow through the artery.

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I had heart surgery a year ago aged 20 and will need regular operations every 10 years roughly. I'm just about to start a blog on helping people eat healthier and try and maintain a healthy heart to try and minimalise the risk of needing the operation sooner then the 10 years. Please have a look. There's more to come.
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Heart surgery survivor story continues; OK guys, it's been eight months since my surgery and I've been back at work full-time for the past four months. My doctors told me it would be six months to a year before I felt back to normal (or in my case better than normal). My sternum finally feels mended enough to start back with my exercise program, after all I have six titanium wires holding it together. It can be so difficult to start back up with an exercise regimen so please wish me well and put me in your prayers that I can continue with this journey to be healthy and powerful. Thanks for reading.
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I'm 7 weeks out now and just got back from the "Great Wolf Lodge" hence the wolf ears and bathing suit.
Overall I tolerated the trip well and with a 4th floor room I mostly used the stairs yet needed a resting break between each level. Tired, yet I did it with a short recover time.
I also used the work out facilities and treadmill upto 20 mins yet became discouraged with a onset of dizziness upon stopping. I felt that the room was still moving even though I had stopped, yet no dizziness while I was walking. It happened twice.This seems odd to me.
The elliptical machine was too much for me and I only lasted two minutes. Obviously I need more time to build up to this activity.
Aquatic exercise worked the best as I was able to move and stretch and be weightless in the water and completely relax. I even signed up for a well deserved massage.
I felt very empowered letting my scar show. Even though I got some stares I felt acknowledge as a survivor.
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