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Dr. Bhupendra Bathla is among the best cardiologist in Kota, Rajasthan. He has more than 12 year of experience in cardiology. He is known for vast knowledege and extensive experience. He received Gold Medal for being the best resident during his Md.

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Dr. Alka Bathla is a renowned gynecologist and IVF specialist in Kota and currently practices as consultant reproductive medicine and infertility at Neelkanth Infertility And IVF-Center Vigyan Nagar, Kota. She is a dedicated infertility and IVF expert.

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Cardiac Consultation

A cardiologist consultation is usually requested by your general internist, family doctor or sometimes another specialist or surgeon when he or she wishes to have a cardiac specialist (cardiologist) use his or her expertise to evaluate you. This might be one of many reasons from concern over a known or possible serious cardiac problem to a more general evaluation.

It might also include situations where you, your personal physician or your regular cardiologist wish you to have a confirmatory or second opinion. Dr. BHUPENDRA BATHLA start by speaking to you and examining you, reviewing any pertinent records available and possibly doing further diagnostic testing.


ECG Interpretation

Basic ECG Interpretation

Our ECG Interpretation Training and Reference Guides provide basic lessons for ECG analysis as well as a quick reference guide for over 40 types of ECG tracings. The arrhythmia drills and quizzes allow you to practice ECG interpretation.

What is ECG Interpretation?

An electrocardiogram or ECG, records electrical activity in the heart. An ECG machine records these electrical signals across multiple heart beats and produces an ECG strip that is interpreted by a healthcare professional.



Echocardiography is a test that uses sound waves to produce live images of your heart. The image is an echocardiogram. This test allows your doctor to monitor how your heart and its valves are functioning. The images can help them spot:

  • blood clots in the heart
  • fluid in the sac around the heart
  • problems with the aorta, which is the main artery connected to the heart

An echocardiogram is key in determining the health of the heart muscle, especially after a heart attack. It can also reveal heart defects in unborn babies.



An angioplasty is a surgical procedure to open the blood vessels that supply blood to your heart muscle. These blood vessels are also known as coronary arteries. Doctors often perform this procedure immediately after a heart attack.

The procedure is also called a percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty or percutaneous coronary intervention. In many cases, doctors insert a coronary artery stent after an angioplasty. The stent helps keep the blood flowing and the artery from narrowing again.

Having an angioplasty within the first hours after a heart attack may reduce your risk of complications. Timing can be crucial. The faster you receive treatment for a heart attack, the lower the risk of heart failure, other complications, and death.


Coronary Angiography

A coronary angiogram is a procedure that uses X-ray imaging to see your heart's blood vessels. The test is generally done to see if there's a restriction in blood flow going to the heart.

Coronary angiograms are part of a general group of procedures known as heart (cardiac) catheterizations. Cardiac catheterization procedures can both diagnose and treat heart and blood vessel conditions. A coronary angiogram, which can help diagnose heart conditions, is the most common type of cardiac catheterization procedure.

During a coronary angiogram, a type of dye that's visible by an X-ray machine is injected into the blood vessels of your heart. The X-ray machine rapidly takes a series of images (angiograms), offering a look at your blood vessels. If necessary, your doctor can open clogged heart arteries (angioplasty) during your coronary angiogram.


Peripheral Angiography

Peripheral angiography is an outpatient procedure that makes a 'map' of the vessels (arteries) in your lower body, legs, and arms, using X-ray and dye. This map can show where blood flow may be blocked.

Talk with your healthcare provider about the risks and complications of angiography.


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