Dr. Subhash Chandra

Qualification - MBBS, MD (Internal Medicine), DNB (Cardiology), DM (Cardiology)

Specialization - Cardiologist

Designation - Chairman & HOD

Location - New Delhi, India

Hospital(s) - BLK Super Speciality Hospital

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Career Profile

Dr. Subash Chandra is a very well known doctor from the field of cardiology. Dr Subhash Chandra is a Chairman & HOD - Cardiology. Dr. Subash Chandra has a keen interest in Coronary Interventions, Structural Heart Diseases, Endovascular Interventions, Device Implantation. With his vast and deep experience in the field, he also has won many accolades.

Education & Training

  • Fellowships Workshops & Meetings Attended/ Participated
  • Visiting fellow interventional cardiology, Rouen, France
  • Fellow CRT course: Crossings Brussels, Belgium
  • Fellow Carotid Interventions: Crossings, Brussels, Belgium
  • Faculty at TCT, Euro-PCR,TCT-Asia Pacific, PCR-Asia Pacific and numerous international meetings On Advisory Panel - St. Jude Medical, CRM

Experience

  • Presently working as a Chairman & HOD in Cardiology Department at BLK Super Speciality Hospital, New Delhi
  • Director & Senior Consultant, Fortis Escorts Heart Institute,New Delhi
  • Director - Narinder Mohan Heart Centre
  • Senior Consultant - Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi
  • Assistant Professor of Cardiology - AIIMS, New Delhi
  • Clinical Registrar- JN Medical College, Aligarh

Clinical Focus

  • Coronary Interventions
  • Structural Heart Diseases
  • Endovascular Interventions
  • Device Implantation

Awards & Achievements

  • Sujoy B. Roy Young Investigator Award. Cardiological Society of India, 5th Annual Conference - 1989
  • Col. K.L. Chopra Research Award, Cardiological Society of India, 9th Annual Conference - 1993
  • Sujoy B. Roy Young Investigator Award, Cardiological Society of India, 13th Annual Conference - 1997

Research and Publications

  • Bahl VK, Chandra S, Goswami KC, Manchanda Sc. Crosswire for recanalization of total occlusive coronary arteries. Cathet Cardiovasc Diagn. 1998 Nov; 45(3):323-7; discussion 328.
  • Bahl VK, Chandra S, Goswami KC, Manchanda Sc. Balloon aortic valvuloplasty in young adults by antegrade, transseptal approach using Inoue balloon. Cathet Cardiovasc Diagn. 1998 Jul; 44(3):297-301.
  • Bahl VK, Chandra S. Inoue balloon for dilatation of aortic stenosis. Cathet Cardiovasc Diagn. 1998 Jun; 44(2):248.
  • Wali JP, Biswas A, Chandra S, Malhotra A, Aggarwal P, Handa R. Wig N. Bahl VK. Cardiac involvement in Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever. Int J Cardiol. 1998 Mar13;64(1):31-6.
  • Bahl VK, Chandra S, Goswami KC. Combined mitral and aortic valvuloplasty by antegrade transseptal approach using Inoue balloon catheter. Inj J Cardiol. 1998 Feb 28;63(3): 313-5.
  • Bahl VK, Boro AK, Chandra S, Aggarwal R, Basumitry A, Goswami KC, Wasir HS. Pulse Doppler echocardiography for estimation of left ventricular diastolic function in patients with dilated cardiomyopathy. J Assoc Physicians India. 1998 Mar; 46(3):257-60.
  • Bahl VK, Chandra S, Yadav RD. Percutaneous transvenous balloon aortic valvuloplasty by antegrade transseptal approach using Inoue catheter. Ind Heart J 1997 Sep-Oct 49(5);534-6.
  • Chandra S, Bahl VK, Reddy SCB, Bhargava B, Malhotra A, Wasir HS. Comparison of echocardiographic acoustic quantification system and radio-nuclide ventriculography for estimating left ventricular "ejection fraction: Validation in patients without regional wall motion abnormalities. Am Heart J 1997; 133: 359-363.
  • Bahl VK, Chandra S, Jhamb DK, Goswami KC, Juneja R, Thattai D, Talwar KK, Wasir HS. Balloon mitral valvotomy: comparison between antegrade Inoue and retrograde non-transseptal techniques. Eur Heart J 1997; Nov-18(11);1765-70
  • Chandra S, Bahl VK, Yadav R. Balloon mitral valvuloplasty-expanding indications. The Cardiothoracic J 1996;2(8):33-40.
  • Kaul U, Chandra S, Bahl VK, Sharma S, Wasir HS. Enalapril supplement for prevention of restenosis after coronary angioplasty. Ind Heart J 1993; 45(6): 469-473.
  • Bahl VK, Chandra S, Sharma S. Combined dilatation of mitral and tricuspid stenosis by Inoue balloon catheter. Int J Cardiol 1993; 42: 178-181
  • Bahl VK, Chandra S, Talwar KK, Kaul U, Manchanda SC, Sharma S, Wasir HS. Influence of subvalvular fibrosis on results and complications of percutaneous mitral commissurotomy using Inoue balloon. Am Heart J 1994; 127: 1554-58.

Memberships

  • Member National Academy of Medical Sciences
  • Cardiology Society of India

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Dr. Chandra performs 14 different procedures. Click on a procedure name to see more details and to view doctors for that specialty.

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Ventricular septal defect occurs when there is an opening between the between the two ventricles (lower chambers) of the heart. This opening, if large, can interfere with circulation. The VSD closure can be performed surgically (and sometimes nonsurgically using catheters) by sowing a patch or the pericardium over the opening. Tissue usually grows over the patch, making the closure permanent.

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