More than 4 lakh people commute through the metro every day. In order to ensure safety and administration of proper first aid to these passengers during times of cardiac emergencies, Manipal Hospitals in association with Namma Metro, conducted a CPR training session to the metro employees. Watch to know more!
Three-ply masks are mostly single-use and must especially not be used when it looks visibly contaminated, says Dr. Ranjan Shetty, HOD & Consultant- Interventional Cardiology, Manipal Hospitals Old Airport Road. Watch here to learn more about the correct steps to follow while using and disposing of masks. #ManipalHospitalsOldAirportRoad #YourManipal #LifesOn #Pandemic #Coronavirus #COVID19 #Mask #N95Masks #ValveMasks #ClothMasks #MaskIndiaMovement
Dr. Ranjan Shetty, HOD & Consultant - Interventional Cardiology, Manipal Hospitals Old Airport Road talks about COVID and non-COVID diseases and the importance of not neglecting the latter amidst the pandemic. He further elaborates on the various safety and precautionary measures that the hospital has implemented to be able to care for all types of patients, especially those that are presented with any cardiac ailments. Whether patients require physical consultations or any cardiac procedures, they can rest assured that all precautionary measures will be implemented for their safety and they need not postpone visiting the hospital.
Dr. Ranjan Shetty, HOD & Consultant - Interventional Cardiology, Manipal Hospitals Old Airport Road talks about the importance of post-COVID heart care for patients that have recovered from coronavirus. Results of a recent study suggest that patients who have recovered from COVID19 are at a slight risk of developing heart ailments as a side effect of fighting the virus. Dr. Ranjan urges such patients to keep a close eye on any symptoms like chest pain, palpitations, etc and to visit their cardiologist at the earliest as well as to exercise caution by refraining from doing extreme activities for two-three months post-recovery. He further concludes by saying there is no need to panic as such situations can be managed through professional intervention.
Dr. Ranjan Shetty, HOD and Consultant - Interventional Cardiology at Manipal Hospitals Old Airport Road talks about Post COVID Cardiac Care. Emphasizing the need to stay calm and not panic, he dives deep and elaborates on the impact of COVID-19 on the heart highlighting the various side effects and symptoms that could arise due to the virus across a spectrum of different age groups and what one can do to manage these side effects in the most effective ways along with the recommended treatment options.
“I would advise the patients who have recovered from COVID-19 to be extra careful and look out for symptoms like chest pain and palpitations, and visit the hospital immediately,” says Dr. Ranjan Shetty, HOD and Consultant - Interventional Cardiology, Manipal Hospitals Old Airport Road. With World Heart Day around the corner, watch the video to know more about how you can take better care of heart, and lead a safe and healthy life!
Dr. Ranjan Shetty, HOD and Consultant - Interventional Cardiology, Manipal Hospitals, Old Airport Road, explains that the COVID-19 vaccine is safe for heart patients. He also talks about how the patient must consult the doctor before getting vaccinated if they are on stronger blood thinners.
In a conversation with Radio Mirchi, Dr. Ranjan Shetty, HOD and Consultant - Interventional Cardiology, Dr. Devananda NS, HOD and Consultant - Cardiothoracic Vascular Surgery, Heart and Lung Transplant Surgery, and Dr. Sridhara G, Consultant - Interventional Cardiology, Cardiac Electrophysiology Manipal Hospitals Old Airport Road, speak about the importance of being prepared to deal with cardiac emergencies. Watch the video to know more!
While diagnosing a complex pregnancy, it was revealed that the baby had a rare congenital heart ailment in the intrauterine stage called transposition of arteries, commonly called the blue baby syndrome. The child underwent an arterial switch operation, which is a complex operation. However, the baby recovered very well and was discharged by the tenth day. With the multidisciplinary team of doctors led by Dr. Ranjan Shetty, HOD and Consultant- Interventional Cardiology, Dr. Karthik Nagesh, Chairman and HOD- Neonatal ICUS, Dr. Gayathri Karthik, Consultant- Obstetrics and Gynecology and Dr. Devananda NS, HOD and Consultant- Cardiothoracic Vascular Surgery at Manipal Hospitals, Old Airport Road, the baby was given a new lease of life.
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