Preventing Cardiac illness and Sudden Cardiac arrest: Role of Heart surgery and what else?
by Dr. Bashisth Mishra (Senior Cardiac Surgeon, Saifee Hospital, Mumbai & Reliance Hospital, Navi Mumbai)
Friday, December 27, 2019 from to (Asia/Kolkata)
The cardiac illnesses are the number one killer in the world including India. Sudden cardiac arrest is not so uncommon as well. Despite commendable advances in medicine, these problems continue to intrigue and annoy our minds. In this talk, I endeavour to throw light on the problem and its magnitude. We know that heart surgery can prevent a sizable number of these conditions, but other measures which remain less emphasized will be discussed with a common man’s perspective as well. About the Speaker: Dr Mishra is a Cardiovascular surgeon with three decades of operating experience in adult cardiac surgery. He started his career with Apollo Hospital with Dr M.R. Girinath and Dr Devi Shetty. Over his long career, he had the opportunity to handle a very large number of surgeries, exclusively of CABG, Valve surgeries, Aortic surgeries, Vascular surgeries and so on. Dr Mishra worked at Cleveland clinic USA as well as Royal Prince Alfred and West Mead Hospital, Australia. He was a post-graduate teacher and has many publications to his credit. As a part of his personal social responsibility, Dr. Mishra trained cardiac surgeons in Bangladesh and Iraq. Dr Mishra believes that recent developments in cardiac surgery, such as TAVI, LVAD, ECMO are going to change our perception and perspective for good.
|Organised by||Dr. Satyanarayana Bheesette|