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Dr. Ram Godeswar

Consultant

Speciality

Cardiology

Qualification

MBBS, MD, DM (Cardiology), CCST (London, FACC)

Experience

29 Years

Location

Ganga CARE Hospitals, Nagpur

Bio

Dr. Ram Godeswar is the Consultant cardiologist at CARE Hospitals in Nagpur. With 29 years of experience in cardiac sciences and expertise, his work is widely known around the world. Dr. Ram Godeswar completed his MBBS from Indira Gandhi Medical College in Nagpur (1989) and later pursued MD in Medicine from the Government Medical College in Nagpur. He completed his DM in Cardiology from All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi in 1999 and later in 2006, went for international studies on CCST in Cardiology from Specialist Training Authority of Medical Royal Colleges, London, UK. 

He has done some marvellous work in Invasive cardiac procedures of Cardiac catheterization (adult and pediatric), diagnostic coronary angiography, percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty, balloon valvuloplasty, coarctation balloon dilatation, arterial and venous cannulation, Swan Ganz catheterization, and pulmonary artery wedge pressure measurement. 

The act of giving guidance on diagnosis and/or management is known as consultation, and it can be a significant part of a cardiologist's work. Dr. Ram Godeswar works on the same principle. Preoperative risk assessment is a frequent reason for cardiac consultation and with an expert like Dr. Ram Godeswar, it becomes easier. Cardiovascular care techniques that are known to improve long-term outcomes should influence decision-making in the perioperative setting, as noncardiac surgery morbidity and mortality are rapidly reducing. He is one of the best Cardiologists in Nagpur.

The preoperative cardiac consultation by the doctor could be a chance to start or change cardiac treatment, including primary and secondary preventative measures. A consultant's sound clinical judgment will only have an impact on a patient's care if his or her recommendations are successfully communicated. 

Dr. Ram Godeswar also excels in non-invasive cardiac procedures of pediatric echocardiography, adult echocardiography, contrast study for intracardiac shunt, treadmill stress test, Holter analysis and interpretation, pacemaker implantation, insertion of temporary cardiac pacemaker and implantation of a permanent pacemaker. His miscellaneous includes management of cardiac arrest and DC cardioversion, pericardiocentesis, endotracheal intubation, lumbar puncture, pleural and peritoneal fluid aspiration, and interpretation of blood gas analysis report.


Field(s) of Expertise

  • Invasive cardiac procedures : Cardiac catheterization (adult and pediatric), diagnostic coronary angiography, percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty, balloon valvuloplasty, coarctation balloon dilatation, arterial and venous cannulation, Swan Ganz catheterization, pulmonary artery wedge pressure measurement
  • Non-invasive cardiac procedures : Pediatric echocardiography, adult echocardiography, contrast study for intracardiac shunt, treadmill stress test, Holter analysis and interpretation, pacemaker implantation, insertion of temporary cardiac pacemaker, implantation of permanent pacemaker
  • Miscellaneous :Management of cardiac arrest and DC cardioversion, pericardiocentesis, endotracheal intubation, lumbar puncture, pleural and peritoneal fluid aspiration, interpretation of blood gas analysis report


Research and Presentations

  •  Research on “Exercise Echocardiography in uncomplicated acute myocardial infarction”, Govt Medical College, Nagpur (Jan 1991 - Nov 1993)


Publications

  • Effect of Nicorandil on endothelial function of the brachial artery in coronary artery disease patients. Abstract paper accepted for Cardiology Society of India Annual Conference, 1999. Published in Indian Heart Journal (Nov – Dec 1999)
  • Pathophysiology basis for neurocardiogenic syncope in post angioplasty patients. Abstract paper accepted for Cardiology Society of India Annual Conference. Published in Indian Heart Journal (Nov – Dec 1999)
  • Efficacy of repeat Percutaneous Transseptal Mitral Commissurotomy (PTMC) for restenosis following an earlier PTMC. Abstract paper accepted for Cardiology Society of India Annual Conference 2000. Published in Indian Heart Journal (Nov – Dec 2000)


Education

  • MBBS - Indira Gandhi Medical College, Nagpur (1989)
  • MD (Medicine) - Government Medical College, Nagpur (1993)
  • DM (Cardiology) - All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi (1999)
  • CCST (Cardiology) - Specialist Training Authority of Medical Royal Colleges, London, UK (2006)


Languages Known

Hindi, English and Marathi


Past Positions

  • 1.House Officer (General Medicine), Indira Gandhi Medical College, Nagpur (Feb – Sep 1991)
  • House Officer (General Surgery), Indira Gandhi Medical College, Nagpur (Sep 1991 – Feb 1992)
  • PG Resident (General Medicine), Government Medical College and Hospital, Nagpur (Jan 1991 – Nov 1993)
  • Registrar (Cardiology), Sir Gangaram Hospital, New Delhi (Mar 1994 – Jan 1995)
  • Senior Registrar (Cardiology), Safadarjung Hospital, New Delhi (Mar 1995 – Jul 1997)
  • Senior Registrar (Cardiology), All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi (July 1997 – Aug 2000)
  • Lecturer (Cardiology), Government Medical College and Superspeciality Hospital, Nagpur (Sep 2000 – Jan 2006)

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