A growing number of studies suggest many COVID-19 survivors experience some type of heart damage, even if they didn't have underlying heart disease and weren't sick enough to be hospitalized. This latest twist has healthcare experts worried about a potential increase in heart failure. The cardiac and vascular impacts of Coronavirus, including STEMI, stroke, VTE, shock, heart failure, myocarditis and arrhythmias are only increasing the rate of Cardiac mortality in India. Statistics suggest that nearly one-fourth of those hospitalized with COVID-19 have been diagnosed with cardiovascular complications, which have been shown to contribute to roughly 40% of all COVID-19-related deaths. Experts feel that the time has arrived where screenings to detect cardiovascular damage should become a routine part of follow-up care for COVID-19 patients. A country like India needs more than just awareness. Right from the diagnostics tests to the availability of drugs and treatment at an affordable price, India has a lot to deal with. The National List of Essential Medicines and National List of Essential Diagnostics have helped to a certain extent, but this is time that the next level discussions take place. It's time that the country invests in research directed towards implementing simple but effective CVD prevention strategies and health system strengthening to combat CVD. It's time that India talks about Cardiac Rehabilitation. This Conclave focuses on increasing the awareness towards the right kind of heart care, while highlighting some of the pertinent issues that have been brushed under the carpet

Key Discussion Points

  • Mission Making India Heart Strong
  • Cardiac Care Accessibility At Remote Locations

    An Unaffordable Royalty

  • Cardiac Care In Post Covid Era
  • Cardiovascular Diabetes

    A Growing Concern

  • Cardiology & Technological Innovations
  • Short Supply Of Cardiologists In India

    A Crisis

  • Cardiac Care Development & Technology

    The Changing Landscape

Our Speakers

Dr Devi Prasad Shetty

Chairman & Founder

Narayana Health

Ms Preetha Reddy

Executive Vice chairperson

Apollo Hospitals

Dr Amita Gupta


John Hopkins India Institute

Dr H Sudarshan Ballal


Manipal Hospitals

Dr Kewal Kishan Talwar


PSRI Hospital

Prof (Dr) Ashok Seth


Fortis Escorts Heart Institute

Dr V. Mohan

Chairman & Chief Consultant

Dr Mohan’s Diabetes Specialities Centre

Dr Deepak Padmanabhan

Consultant Electrophysiologist

Sri Jayadeva Institute of Cardiac Sciences / Narayana Institute of Cardiac Sciences

Mr Vikrant Shrotriya

Managing Director & Corporate Vice President

Novo Nordisk India

Dr Yugal Kishore Mishra

Chief Of Clinical Services, Head Of Cardiac Sciences & Chief Cardio Vascular Surgeon

Manipal Hospitals

Dr Nand Kishore Kapadia

Director of Heart & Lung Transplant Centre

Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital

Dr Ajay Kaul

Chairman of Cardiac Sciences

Fortis Hospital

Mr Mudit Dandwate

Co-founder & CEO


Dr Venkat Ramana Sudigali

Director & CEO

Excell Multispeciality Hospital

Dr Ulhas Pandurangi

Department Chief of Cardiac Electrophysiology & Pacing Arrhythmia
The Madras Medical Mission

Dr Jamshed Dalal

Director of Cardiac Science
Kokilaben Hospital

Dr Mradul Kaushik

Senior Director of Operations & Planning
Max Healthcare

Prof (Dr) Manoj Bansal

Senior Consultant Interventional Cardiologist
Bansal Heart Centre

Prof (Dr) Vivek Gupta

Interventional Cardiologist
Apollo Hospitals

Dr Brian Pinto

Head of Cardiology & Director of Cardiac Cath Lab
Holy Family Hospital

Dr Rajeev Agarwala

Chairman, Cardiology
Jaswant Rai Specialty Hospital

Prof (Dr) J.P.S. Sawhney

Chairman, Department of Cardiology
Sir Ganga Ram Hospital

Dr Amit Bhargava

Vice President of Medical Affairs
Lupin Ltd.

Dr Ajit Sankardas Mullasari

Director of Cardiology
The Madras Medical Mission

Dr Anoop Gupta

Interventional Cardiologist & Electrophysiologist
Epic Hospital

Dr Anindya Ghosh

Cardiac Electrophysiologist
The Madras Medical Mission

Dr Auras Atreya

Consultant Electrophysiologist & Interventional Cardiologist
AIG Hospitals

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