Cardiology OPD Service Started In Dev Nandini Hospital Yatharth Tyagi
On Jan 2021, Yatharth Super Specialty Hospital started a cardiology service at Dev Nandini Hospital, Hapur to provide medical care to heart patients, which was inaugurated by Dr Rekha Sharma, Chief Medical Officer.
Speaking on the occasion at Dev Nandini Hospital, Garh Road on Wednesday, Chief Guest Dr Rekha Sharma said that the people of the district will not have to go to Delhi and Noida for treatment of heart diseases. Now the treatment for these cardiovascular conditions will be available in Dev Nandini Hospital. For starting this cardiology OPD service, she thanked the director, chairman and owners of Dev Nandini and Yatharth Hospital.
The director of the Yatharth Group of Hospitals, Yatharth Tyagi, said that due to the many advances in the field of cardiac sciences, many complex cases have also been successfully treated at Yatharth Hospital. He also pointed out that 25-45-year-olds should adopt measures to avoid lifestyle-related diseases that affect the heart. Yatharth Group of Hospitals has a state-of-the-art cardiac care unit with excellence in Heart and Cardiac Sciences, Cardiologists, angiography, angioplasty (angioplasty), pediatric echo, halter monitoring, 3D echocardiography (echo), and stress echo available 24/7. In addition to advanced techniques, the hospital is highly skilled in performing coronary artery bypass graft (CABG), pacemaker implants, ICD, varicose vein surgery and heart valve replacement surgery.
He further added that the OPD in Dev Nandini Hospital will be open for heart patients every Wednesday from 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm. With this, the residents of Hapur and surrounding areas will be able to get the services of prominent health experts at Yatharth Hospital. Arrangements have been made for a cardiac ambulance to commute to and from Hapur and Yatharth Hospital Noida.
Dr Akhil Rastogi, head of the cardiac sciences and CTVS department of Noida-based Yatharth Super Specialty Hospital, said, 'With this OPD, we want to make people aware of the importance of identifying heart diseases at an early stage, especially amongst the young people whose exercise-less lifestyle, high alcohol consumption and smoking habits not only increase the risk of diabetes and hypertension but also lead them to heart diseases.
On this occasion, Dr Ajay Tyagi (Chairman of the Yatharth Group of Hospitals), Dr Shyamkumar, Dr Vimlesh Sharma (Chairman, Dev Nandini Hospital), Dr Shiv Kumar, Dr Ashok Maitreya, Dr Kamlesh Tiwari, Dr V.P. Aggarwal, Dr Yogesh Goyal, Dr Rajendra Gupta etc. were present.