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A head-up tilt table test is a diagnostic modality used for determining the underlying cause of a fainting spell. Throughout the procedure you will be required to lie down on a rotating table that will be tilted at various angles, ranging from 30 degrees to 60 degrees. Your blood pressure will be simultaneously monitored, along with the electrical impulses generated by the heart and oxygen levels. Raj's Anchal is carried out in the Electrophysiology Lab, or EP lab. 
The complete procedure may take about 2 hours or less depending upon how your vitals change. Medication and fluids will be given intravenously. There is no need for anaesthetics and sedatives. 
You will be connected to 4 different monitors - defibrillator, electrocardiogram, oximeter monitor and blood pressure monitor.

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Dr. Jitendra Singh Makkar

HOD & Director Cardiology

Dr. Sanjeev Sharma

Director- Interventional Cardiology

Dr. Atul Kasliwal

Associate Director - Cardiology

Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Sidana

Associate Director - Interventional Cardiology

Dr. Hemant Chaturvedi

Senior Consultant - Non invasive cardiology

Dr. Prashant Dwivedi

Associate Director- TAVR and Structural Heart Disease Programme

Dr. Kush Kumar Bhagat

Associate Director - Electrophysiology and Heart Failure, Eternal Hospital

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