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  • We are one of the leading heart hospital in India
  • Focused on treating our patients with Care & Love
  • We Follow quality as per the JCI, NABH and NABL standards
  • We are working with the best Cardiac Surgeons of India
  • We specialize in Heart bypass surgery, Open heart bypass surgery etc.
  • We work with the best heart hospitals of India
  • Unmatched world class amenities & facilities to all our patients
  • Atrial Fibrillation
  • Coronary Angioplasty
  • Heart Bypass Surgery
  • Pacemaker
  • Valve Replacement
  • Coronary Angiography

Our Doctors

Dr. Ashok Seth

Director - Cardiology

Dr. Ashok Seth is the current Chairman of Fortis Escorts Heart Institute, New Delhi and Head, Cardiology Council of Fortis Group of Hospitals. His contributions in the field of Cardiology, especially Interventional Cardiology have been recognised extensively in India as well as across the world. During his career span of 26-years, he has pioneered numerous angioplasty techniques Directional Atherectomy, Angioscopy, Stents, Thrombectomy devices and Drug Eluting Stents, use of Impella heart support device failing heart, Bioabsorbable Stents and TAVI and implemented it successfully both in India and other regions in Asia Pacific. He has performed one of the highest number of angiographies and angioplasties which has been mentioned in the 'LIMCA Book of Records'.

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Dr. T.S. Kler

Director - Cardiology

Dr. T. S. Kler is the Executive Director, Cardiac Sciences, and Head of department of Cardiology, FEHI, Delhi. In addition, Dr. Kler is a Director Arrhythmia Service, at FEHI Delhi since its inception in 1991. He performs 2000 cardiac diagnostic angiographies, around 300 angioplasties including stenting/atherectomy/rotablation every year. He established the 1st state of the art Electrophysiology department in India & was the first doctor to implant Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD) in April 1995 in India. In May 2000 he implanted the 1st heart failure device (Biventricular Pacemaker) in South East Asia. In April 2002 he was the first doctor to implant Combo Device (Combination of ICD & Biventricular pacemaker) in South East Asia. He was the first doctor to start the Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA) programme in Sri Lanka & Bangladesh. Dr. Kler was first to implant an ICD in Punjab Institute of Cardiology, Lahore, Pakistan in March 2004. He also arranged the 1st Indo Pak Heart Summit at Amritsar, Punjab in April 10th - 11th, 2004 thus bringing the doctors of both the countries scientifically & socially together.

Dr. Upendra Kaul

Director - Cardiology

A highly recognized name, both nationally and internationally for his work in cardiovascular sciences. He is known as a passionate teacher and an astute clinician who is credited with starting the coronary angioplasty program in India and continues to bring innovative techniques in interventional cardiology to the country. He was also on the faculty of G B Pant Hospital, PGIMER Chandigarh and AIIMS where he was a Professor of cardiology. He established cardiology units at several hospitals in Government and private sector. These include C T Centre AIIMS, Batra Hospital, Fortis hospitals NOIDA, Vasant Kunj and SSIHMS at Puttaparthy, AP. Dr Kaul has trained more than 350 cardiologists and has authored more than 400 papers and written many books. He is a visiting professor to several overseas universities. He is a fellow of several prestigious societies in cardiology both nationally and internationally and has delivered many named orations. He has held the posts of President of Cardiological Society of India and SAARC Cardiac Society. Currently he is a Trustee of the SCAI, USA. Among the numerous recognitions for his contributions he has also been awarded the Dr. B. C. Roy Award and Padma Shri.

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Dr. Atul Mathur

Director - Cardiology

Dr. Atul Mathur is Director Interventional Cardiology at Fortis Escort Heart Institute, New Delhi. He is a pioneer in the field of both Coronary and Vascular interventions in the Asia Pacific. Apart from complex coronary procedures he is also an expert in aortic stent grafting, carotid stenting, IVC filter placement, peripheral vascular stenting, venous interventions etc. He also performs structural heart interventions like balloon valvotomies, acquired VSD Closures and LAA appendage closures. He conducts conferences and workshops at an international level to train budding interventionists.

What is cardiac surgery?

Cardiac surgery is on the heart performed by cardiac surgeons. It is done to treat complications of ischemia heart disease for example, coronary artery bypasses grafting, correct congenital heart disease, or treat valvular heart disease caused by various causes including endocarditis. It also includes heart transplantation.

Why Cardiac Surgery?
  • Repair or replace the valves that control blood flow through the heart chambers
  • Bypass or widen blocked or narrowed arteries to the heart
  • Repair aneurysms, or bulges in the aorta, which can be deadly if they burst
  • Implant devices to regulate heart rhythms
  • Destroy small amounts of tissue that disturb electrical flow through the heart
  • Make channels in the heart muscle to allow blood to travel from a heart chamber directly into the heart muscle
  • Boost the heart's pumping power with muscles taken from the back or abdomen
  • Replace the damaged heart with a healthy heart given by a donor
What are the Types of Cardiac Surgery?
  • Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting
  • Transmyocardial Laser Revascularization
  • Heart Valve Repair or Replacement
  • Arrhythmia Treatment
  • Heart Transplant
  • Ventricular Assist Devices
  • Open-Heart Surgery
  • Minimally Invasive Heart Surgery
Success Stories
What are the major risk factors for heart disease?

The major risk factors for heart disease (also called cardiovascular disease or CVD) are smoking, high cholesterol levels, high blood pressure, physical inactivity, obesity,diabetes, age, gender, and heredity (including race).

What is coronary bypass surgery?

Bypass surgery improves the blood flow to the heart with a new route, or "bypass,"around a section of clogged or diseased artery. The surgery involves using a section of blood vessel from another part of the body to bypass a part of the diseased coronary artery. This graft creates a new route for blood to flow, so that the heart muscle will get the oxygen-rich blood it needs.

What is a pacemaker and how does it work?

A pacemaker is a surgically implanted device that helps to regulate your heartbeat.Pacemakers use batteries to produce electrical impulses that make the heart pump. The impulses flow through tiny wires (called leads) that are attached to the heart. The impulses are timed to flow at regular intervals. Most pacemakers work only when they are needed. They have a sensing device that either shuts off the pacemaker if the heartbeat is above a certain rate or turns the pacemaker on when the heart is beating too slowly.

What are the restrictions after CABG?

For the first 2 months, avoid swimming, driving, sex, breath holding exercises, and yoga. This is because your heart is irritable and sensitive. It may lead to irregular heart beat and could be risky for you.

What is a nuclear stress test?

A stress test is often used to help doctors diagnose coronary artery disease because they can see how the heart is working. A nuclear stress test is a study in which a radioactive substance (like thallium) is injected into your bloodstream to show how blood flows through your arteries. Doctors can see if parts of the heart muscle are damaged or dead, or if there is a serious narrowing in an artery.

What are the heart valves?

There are four valves which control the blood flow through the heart. They swing open to allow blood through with each heart beat, and swing closed to prevent blood going back in the wrong direction. Deoxygenated (blue) blood returning from the body collects in the right atrium. Oxygenated (red) blood returning from the lungs collects in the left atrium and flows through the 'mitral valve' into the left ventricle. It is then pumped through the 'aortic valve' into the aorta and to the body.