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  • BMV - BMV stands for balloon mitral valvotomy, a non-surgical modality carried out through cardiac catheterization technique to restore the flow of blood from the left atrium to the left ventricle, in patients suffering from mitral stenosis. The procedure involves the insertion of catheters into the blood vessels present in the groin and carefully guiding them towards the heart. This is followed by creating a small hole in the wall separating the upper two chambers of the heart, which serves as an access to the left atrium. The capacitor is carefully placed in the narrowed valve and the balloon is inflated to open the walls of the affected valve. The helps to clear the blockage and restore the flow of blood. 
  • BPV - BPV stands for balloon pulmonary valvotomy, is a treatment recommended for isolated pulmonary valve stenosis. It is a minimally invasive intervention that has replaced conventional surgery. The procedure uses cardiac catheterization technique, which uses detailed imaging guidance to guide the surgical tools towards the heart. This is followed by making a tiny incision in the pulmonary valve to widen its opening and restore normal blood flow. 
  • BAV - Balloon Aortic Valvuloplasty is an advanced modality for treating severe symptomatic stenosis. It also serves as a bridge to aortic valve replacement in cancer patients. The procedure is very effective and helps to alleviate the symptoms of aortic stenosis, as well as aids in improving heart function. It involves the insertion of a cannula into the vein to administer medication and other fluids. The procedure is performed under the influence of anaesthetics. 2 sheaths are introduced into the major blood vessels, one in the artery and the other in the vein. The latter serves as a passage for the pacing wire that will be used to control your heart rate. A balloon catheter is carefully threaded into the arterial sheath, into your heart. The catheter is guided using fluoroscopy. Once in position, the balloon will be inflated to open the obstruction. Once the blockage has been cleared, the balloon will be deflated and removed along with the sheaths and catheter.

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Dr. Jitendra Singh Makkar

HOD & Director Cardiology

Dr. Sanjeev Sharma

Director- Interventional Cardiology

Dr. Amit Kumar Chaurasia

Director - TAVR and Structural Heart Disease Program

Dr. Atul Kasliwal

Associate Director - Cardiology

Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Sidana

Associate Director - Interventional Cardiology

Dr. Prem Ratan Degawat

Senior Consultant - Cardiology

Dr. Hemant Chaturvedi

Senior Consultant - Non invasive cardiology

Dr. Kush Kumar Bhagat

Associate Director - Electrophysiology and Heart Failure, Eternal Hospital

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