Consult Cardiologists Online - Heart Specialists

Dr Anand Chopda

Dr Anand Chopda

MBBS NDMVPS Medical College, Nashik
MD (General Medicine) MVJ Medical College and Research Hospital, Bangalore
DNB Cardiology National Board of Examinations

15+ years of experienceSpeaks Hindi, English, Gujarati, Marathi, Kannada, Bengali

₹ 750 per consultation
Dr Rajeeve Rajput

Dr Rajeeve Rajput

MBBS University of Lucknow
MD University of Lucknow
DM Cardiology University of Lucknow

30+ years of experienceSpeaks Hindi, English

₹ 2000 per consultation
Dr Vineet Malik

Dr Vineet Malik

DM Cardiology AIIMS

19+ years of experienceSpeaks Hindi, English

₹ 1200 per consultation
Dr Vinayak Agarwal

Dr Vinayak Agarwal

DNB Cardiology Escorts Heart Institute and Research Center

23+ years of experienceSpeaks Hindi, English

₹ 1500 per consultation
Dr Vibhav Sharma

Dr Vibhav Sharma

MBBS Tamil Nadu Dr MGR Medical University
MD Medicine PGIMER, Chandigarh
DM Cardiology AIIMS, Delhi

9+ years of experienceSpeaks Hindi, English

₹ 1000 per consultation
Dr Divyanshu Mohananey

Dr Divyanshu Mohananey

MBBS Maulana Azad Medical College
MD Internal Medicine John H Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County
Fellowship Cardiology: Medical College of Wisconsin

8+ years of experienceSpeaks Hindi, English

₹ 1000 per consultation

About Consulting Cardiologist Online

Cardiologists are doctors who deal with heart related diseases and disorders. Today, heart disease has become a common ailment and many of us fail to realise that we have cardiovascular disease until we get sudden chest pain or discomfort. An array of factors leads to cardiovascular diseases.

In case you are experiencing any abnormalities related to your heart, immediately consult a cardiologist online.

Treatment often differs according to the nature of the heart problems and needs a qualified cardiologist to detect the root cause. You can select the heart doctor based on referrals from your general physician or from friends and relatives. However, for proper evaluation of heart-related tests or treatment by best cardiologists, you can visit the DocGenie website to find the top heart doctors online and cardiologists nearby easily.

Cardiovascular System - An Overview

The cardiovascular system comprises the heart and blood vessels. It is a very vital part of the human body. The cardiovascular system pumps blood from the heart to the lungs to get oxygen. Following this, the heart sends oxygenated blood to the rest of the body. Cardiovascular system works to ensure that every cell in your body get a continuous supply of oxygen and nutrients. The blood vessels play a significant role in removing carbon dioxide and other waste from the body. The Cardiovascular system is critical to keep the organs, muscles and tissues healthy.

When to Consult a Cardiologist?

If you are experiencing the following symptoms you might need to consult cardiologist -

  • High blood pressure, heart rhythm problems, coronary artery disease, congenital heart defects or pain in the middle of the chest
  • Family history of heart ailments
  • If you are a smoker and are worried, you can go for a smoker’s risk assessment test from the comfort of your home.
  • If you have high cholesterol levels

The signs and symptoms of cardiovascular disease vary greatly. Coldness or weakness (asthenia) in the limbs, pain in the back, neck, and jaw are considered as early signs of heart problems. It is also possible that no cardiovascular symptoms are experienced till it is too late. Hypertension and arrhythmias are two of the heart issues that do not show symptoms in certain people. Consider cardiologist online consultation for timely diagnosis and treatment.

Roles and Responsibilities of a Cardiologist

Here are some of the roles and responsibilities of a Cardiologist -

  • Examining patients and assessing the conditions
  • Explaining risks to patients
  • Giving health advice
  • Writing proper prescriptions to treat chronic cardiovascular diseases
  • Diagnosing and evaluating patients with heart-related conditions
  • Performing surgery on patients if necessary
  • Measuring and tracking the patients' health condition

What to Expect When Visiting a Cardiologist

The process starts with discussing your symptoms followed by sharing your medical history and medications you take. The doctor may ask your weight, temperature, or blood pressure.

During Cardiologist online appointment, it is best to keep your questions direct and stay on topic with your concerns. Your virtual doctor can order some tests, medications, or therapies and you will get a prescription online.

Where to Find a best Cardiologist in India

DocGenie offers cardiologist online consultation with best cardio doctors to make quality medical care available to all. Our highly experienced heart doctors and surgeons identify risk factors for heart ailment, alleviate the commencement of heart-related conditions and lay down treatment plans for respective problems Our top heart doctors recommend routine tracking of blood pressure to detect early signs of heart disease.

Frequently Asked Questions

Cardiologists are doctors who diagnose and treat patients dealing with overall health conditions and issues like -

  • Uncomfortable pain in the middle of the chest
  • Short breath accompanied by stiffness in the chest
  • Discomfort in the arms, neck, back or other areas of the upper body

Treatment of heart related issues by means of catheterization is called invasive cardiology, as a catheter is inserted into a blood vessel through an opening in the thigh area. The most common invasive cardiology is Angioplasty while open heart surgery is the alternative technique to it. Consult with the best heart surgeons on DocGenie for best cardiac care.

Echo test or echocardiogram makes use of sound waves to envision the heart through a graph that depicts hearts movements and helps to understand if the heart is functioning fine, or there are blood clots, issues in your aorta, etc.

Often confused with fatigue or discomfort in the chest, mini heart attack symptoms are exhaustion, profuse sweating, shortness of breath, heartburn and sudden dizziness. Notably, a mini heart attack is never a piercing pain on the left side of your chest, rather an overall discomfort in the chest area.

Stage 1- No visible symptoms, you can carry on physical activities without any symptoms of CHF

Stage 2- Regular physical activities will give way to fatigue but you feel better with rest

Stage 3- Physical activities get limited as even light exercise leads to shortness of breath.

Stage 4- No physical activity and symptoms of CHF show them even while you rest