Showing posts with label cardio vascular disease. Show all posts
Showing posts with label cardio vascular disease. Show all posts

Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Health Check-up at Usha Mullapudi Cardiac Centre(UMCC),Hyderabad [Updated]

Usha Mullapudi Cardiac Centre (UMCC) has always been the best and first choice for people of all classes who are looking for Cardiac treatment across India. UMCC has always been providing patient-centric services since its inception.

Usha Mullapudi Cardiac Centre hospital  was built by  Dr.Ratnam V.Mullapudi, M.D.F.A.C.S.F.R.C.S(C) in memory of his daughter.

Dr.Ratnam V.Mullapudi, M.D.F.A.C.S.F.R.C.S(C) performed over 10,000 surgeries – Acquired and congenital adult cardiac/open heart including various modalities of coronary revascularization, valve replacements & repairs, aortic root surgery- cardiac surgeries including definitive correction of cyanotic/acynotic congenital heart diseases and palliative surgery in complex congenital lesions where definitive surgery is not possible – surgeries of Lungs, Oesophagus and mediastinal masses – vascular surgeries including Thoracic,Thoraco Abdominal and Abdominal Aortic aneurysms and Peripheral arterial bypass procedures andCarotid Endartectomy.

1999–Established 150 beds Exclusive Cardiac Hospital–Usha Mullapudi Cardiac Centre.

As a Trust Hospital- with a mission of serving the needy by providing international expertise,cutting edge technologies at an affordable cost.


Cost structure : Rs.2800 +200 (Consultation)

It includes, GHC Plus TSH, Homocysteine and Uric Acid.

GHC ->FBS, PPBS, S.Creatinine, CBIP, ESR, LP, CUE, Chest X-Ray, ECG,2D-Echo, Blood Grouping, TMT(After Doctor consultation only)

Cost Structure: Rs.3500 + 200 (Consultation)

GHC +PT, Fibrinozen, Uric Acid
Homocysteine and Thyroid Screening (T3, T4 & TSH)


Qutubullapur Municipality,
Hyderabad – 500 055.
Ph: 23090609 (50 Lines)
Fax: 23094426.

Hospital  Specialisations

1.   Preventive health screening
Cardiac checkup, Executive checkup, General checkup.

2. Non-Invasive Cardiac Lab
ECG, Echo, TMT, 24 hours Holter Systems

3. Angiography/Cath
Coronary, Carotid,Renal and Peripheral Angiography

4. Interventional Procedures
Angioplasty & Stenting, (Coronary,Peripheral,Renal,Carotid),
Ballon Valvuloplasty, Temporary/Permanent pacemaker Implantation,
PDA Coil closure

5. Surgeries
CABG, Valve Replacement, ASD, VSD, PDA, TOF, Carotid Endarterectomy, Peripheral vascular surgeries.


      Adult Cardiac      
      Acquired and Congenital  adult cardiac surgery including various coronary              
      Modalities-revascularization, valve replacements and repairs and aortic root surgery.    
      Surgeries of Lung, oesophagus and mediastinal masses.    
       This includes Thoracic, Thraco-Abdominal and Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm,     
       Peripheral aneurysm and Peripheral arterial bypass procedures and Carotid


In Brief at UMCC you have:

Cath & Angiography:
Interventional Cardiac procedures like Angiography Angioplasty & Stenting, BMV,Pacemaker implantation etc.

Cardiac surgeries like Bypass grafting,correction of atrial septal defect.Fallot’s tetralogy, Ventricular septal defect,Aneurysm repair,Valve repair,Valve replacement and Carotid Endarterectomy

Source: Usha Mullapudi Cardiac Centre, Hyderabad.

Saturday, 24 November 2012

Free Health Camp ,Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospital, Hyderabad

Permanent Link to Free Health Camp, Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospital

Permanent Link to Free Health Camp, Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospital


DATES : 27, 28 AND 29th NOVEMBER, 2012.

TIMINGS : 9.30 am to 4.00 pm

Consultation By:

Dr.Mridul Agarwal 
Pediatric Cardiologist

Dr.Anil Kumar
FRCS (Edinburgh)
Cardio Thorasic & Cardio Vascular Surgery

Permanent Link to Free Health Camp, Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospital

Registration Fee : Rs. 50 /- Only

50 % discount on cardiology test.

Special discount on surgeries.
Permanent Link to Free Health Camp, Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospital

Mobile Numbers :96766 78444 
                                96769 02072

Narayana Hrudayalaya -MallaReddy Hospital
1-1-216, Suraram Cross road, Jeedimetla, Hyderabad 

Source:Andhrajyothi Newspaper.


Friday, 28 September 2012

Over 90 Million Indians are at Risk for Vascular Diseases

The incidence of vascular diseases is increasing at an alarming rate in India. Over 90 million Indians are at risk for various types of vascular diseases including stroke, peripheral arterial disease (PAD), carotid artery disease and aortic aneurysms. 

 Addressing the 19th Annual Conference of Vascular Society of India as Chief Guest, Shri Azad said his Ministry has already launched a national programme to prevent and control Cancer, Diabetes, Cardiovascular Diseases and Stroke in 100 backward districts of the country. 

Over 10 million persons of 30 years and above have been screened so far for diabetes and hypertension. Out of this, 7.27% are suspected for diabetes and 6.44% for hypertension. In addition to this, a cardiac care unit is being set up in 100 districts of the country where funds for infrastructure, equipment, human resources and drugs will be provided by Health Ministry. According to the World Health Organization, of the 58 million deaths globally, approximately 35 million were due to chronic non-communicable diseases. 

In India, NCDs like CVDs, diabetes, chronic obstructive lung disease, cancer and injuries have already become the dominant cause of disease burden contributing about 2/3rd of the total disease burden. The number of deaths attributed to chronic diseases was 3.78 million in 1990, i.e. 40.4% of all deaths and is projected to reach an expected 7.63 million in 2020, i.e. 66.7% of all deaths. About 38 million persons were affected with Cardio-vascular diseases in 2005 and the number may go up to 64 million by 2015. High blood pressure is as common as 10-15% in the adult population, more so in metros and large cities. 

During UN General Assembly Special Session on NCDs, held in September 2011 in New York, all countries of the world made a commitment in the Political Declaration to combat key NCDs including cardiovascular diseases which shows that the whole world has united in the struggle against the rising incidence of such diseases.

Shri Azad said that India has only about 59 doctors for every 100,000 people, which is much less than the ratio prevailing in developed countries. Despite that our doctors are taking care of a huge population and disease burden despite their very limited numbers in our country. 

Vascular surgery as a speciality has grown leaps and bounds in the last decade in India which has helped many needy patients. However, despite that many lives and limbs are still lost due to the non-availability of timely assistance and expertise. He hoped that VSI would conduct workshops in other cities too to train MS general surgery students so that the benefits of this field are available to as many surgeons as possible.