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Dr. Rahul Singhal

ADDITIONAL DIRECTOR – CARDIOLOGY AND CARDIAC ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY – FORTIS ESCORTS HOSPITALS JAIPUR
MD (Internal Medical In) DNB (Cardiology) , FACC (USA) , FSCAI
Chief Cardiac Electrophysiologist & Senior Interventional Cardiologist
(Specialist in Cardiac Arrhythmias & Pacing and Heart Failure)

He is a renowned Interventional Cardiologist and Cardiac Electrophysiologist at Fortis Hospital, Jaipur.

He is doing all advanced Cardiac Interventions including 3D Cardiac electrophysiology procedures.

He has been involved in Coronary & Peripheral angiographies, Elective & Primary angioplasties, Pacemakers, Devices (ICDs; CRTs), and ARRHYTHMIAS STUDY & ABLATIONS as Independent Consultant.

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Dr. Rahul Singhal is a renowned Interventional Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist Consultant with over 10 yrs of experience.

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We provide Services related to Non-Interventional Cardiology, Interventional Cardiology, Pacemakers,  & Devices, Arryhthmiacs.

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We provide services related to Electrophysiology (EP) & devices like ICD ,CRT, pacemakers etc. to provide best treatment.

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Frequently Asked Questions on Pacemakers, Devices, Angiographies and Angioplasties. Find correct answers to your important questions.

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FAQ’s

What about treatment and its duration?

Post pacemaker implantation, no specific treatment is required except for initial 7-10 days. Post devices, antibiotics course in early days and heart failure medications on long term basis are required.

Post angioplasties, attention should be paid to religiously follow the prescribed medications, especially blood thinning medications which need not be discontinued on its own until consultation with your doctor.

Will I need follow up care?

Yes, follow up care is essential for all patients. Typically you will see your doctor within one to two weeks after your discharge from your hospital and will continue to be seen by your doctor at regular intervals thereafter. Overall, both doctor and patient need strong bonding of love and care.

My apprehensions if any related to pacemakers and devices?

You can very well use your electrical appliances, browse your laptops, have fun while watching TV, switch on and off electrical appliances. You can undergo x-ray, ultrasound, CT scan.

What other Precautions following pacemakers and devices?

MRI to be avoided in non MRI compatible pacemakers and devices.

use of the mobile phone on the side of the device (do not put mobile phones in a shirt pocket if operated on the left side),
walking through a security door,
scanning through a metallic wand,
walking under heavy transmission line or getting close to heavy transformers,
rotation of the shoulder.

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use of the mobile phone on the side of the device (do not put mobile phones in a shirt pocket if operated on the left side),
walking through a security door,
scanning through a metallic wand,
walking under heavy transmission line or getting close to heavy transformers,
rotation of shoulder.

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