Department Of Cardiology

As per the philosophy of its founders, CH&RC has always put the patient priorities close to chest; and today we offer comprehensive Cardiology services to the patient community with unmatched quality in entire health industry at par with International standards.

More than 50% deaths and disabilities from Cardiac diseases and strokes can be prevented by various measures including avoidance of risk factors. Thus patients require not only treatment of their underlying medical conditions but also knowledge, understanding of their illness and the measures required to prevent the recurrence as well.

The needs of the Cardiology patients can vary from simple E.C.G. Stress Test, T. Holter Monitor, enzyme assays, thallium scanning, Doppler and Echocardiography to invasive procedures such as Angiographies, Angioplasty, Intensive Care and Open Heart Surgery.

Looking to the overall complex needs of the Cardiac patient, CH&RC has earned the privilege to be the pioneer in providing Comprehensive Cardiac treatment under one roof. CH&RC has many laurels in its hat, like 1st color Doppler unit in 1983. 1st Cardiac Cathlab of entire Central India in 1985 first heart surgery in Central India and many more.

Our doctors are supported by a competent team including Nurses, Technicians, Technologists and administrative personnel.

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  • Dr. V. Jain
  • Dr. G.Kawthekar
  • Dr.C.B.Chhabra
  • Dr. Sagheer Ahmed


High protein diet is essential for the growth of the children and teenagers. There are many protein rich snacks and food items like chana chatpata, sprouts chat, groundnut salted, ground nut chikki and laddoo, dry nuts, paneer and cheese snacks, soya chunks should be incorporated in the diet.

Patients with hyperacidity may be benefitted by small frequent meals, less spicy and oily food, plenty of water and daily walk.

Bottle feeding is very dangerous for infants and children

Person with high levels of uric acid should take moderate protein, plenty of fluids and should avoid fasting.

High fibre diet is good for maintaining health of GI tract. It may also prevent many life style disorder like constipation, piles, dyslipidemia, acidity etc.

One should not replace their meals by fast food/junk food.

Healthy diet contains all food groups like cereals, pulses, milk and milk products, vegetables, fruits and small amount of oil and sugar.

Iron deficiency anemia is very common in our community. People with anemia should consume plenty of green leafy vegetables, jaggery, dates, halu etc. Non vegetarians can consume liver, mutton along with full diet. 

Two teaspoon of flax seed consumption increases immunity and beneficial for diabetics, dyslipidemia, menopausal women and asthma patients.

Instead of taking excessive tea, coffee and cold drinks, one should take plenty of water, vegetable soups, butter milk, coconut water,  lemon juice because they are healthy drinks.

A feastful of nuts like groundnuts, almond, cashewnut, pistachionuts, walnuts, roasted chana are good for children’s health.

Regular intake of fast food and junk food may lead to many health problem like obesity constipation, piles, deficiency diseases cancer etc.

Consumption of methidana is good remedy for sugar control in diabetics.

Maintaining ideal body weight can prevent from many life style disorder like hypertension, diabetes, dyslipidemia and many other diseases.

Raw garlic, Almonds and walnuts can reduce LDL (bad cholesterol) and increase HDL (Good Cholestrol).

Change of cooking oil (soyabean oil / Saffola sunflower oil/mustard oil/olive oil / corn oil) after 2-3 months is good for lowering cholesterol levels.

Soyabean is very rich in protein and isoflavons. Menopausal women should incorporate 15-30 gms roasted soyabean in their diet.

4-5 servings of seasonal vegetables (including cooked vegetable, salads and soup) and 1-2 servings of seasonal fruits are good for health as it contains many vitamins, minerals fibres and antioxidants.

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