Dr. Shailendra Trivedi

Designation
Head of Department ( Senior Interventional Cardiologist )
Department
Cardiology
Languages
English, Hindi
About Doctor

Dr. Shailendra Trivedi is an Interventional Cardiologist based in Indore, experienced in all aspects of clinical, non-invasive as well as interventional Cardiology. He is the director of Cardiology in Vishesh Jupiter Hospital, Indore. Dr. Shailendra Trivedi completed his medical studies in Indore, Kanpur and Chennai. He completed a Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology at the Prince Charles Hospital, Brisbane, Australia in 2001.

Qualification
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  • MNAMS, FESC, FACC.
  • DNB, Cardiology - National Board of Examination, New Delhi & Institute of Cardiovascular Disease, Madras Medical Mission, Chennai India. | 1998.
  • DM, Cardiology - L.P.S. Institute of Cardiology of G.S.V.M. Medical college, Kanpur | 1998.
  • MD-M.G.M Medical College Indore | 1986.
  • MBBS-M.G.M Medical College Indore | 1982.
Experience
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25 Years of Experience in interventional & Non-Interventional Cardiology. Previously associated with CHL Apollo Hospitals, Bombay Hospital and Medanta Super-speciality Hospital, Indore.

Membership
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  • Cardiology Society of India – Life Member
  • Associations of Physicians of India – Life Member
  • Indian Medical Association – Life Member
  • European Association of Percutaneous Intervention – Member
  • Fellow of American college of Cardiology and European society of cardiology
Specializations
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  • Complex Coronary Interventions
  • Interventional CardiologyMNAMS, FESC, FACC.
  • DNB, Cardiology - National Board of Examination, New Delhi & Institute of Cardiovascular Disease, Madras Medical Mission, Chennai India. | 1998.
  •  DM, Cardiology - L.P.S. Institute of Cardiology of G.S.V.M. Medical college, Kanpur | 1998.  
  • MD- M.G.M Medical College Indore | 1986.
  • MBBS- M.G.M Medical College Indore | 1982. 
  • Percutaneous CoronaryNational Board of Examination, New Delhi & Institute of Cardiovascular Disease, Madras Medical Mission, Chennai India
  •  Intervention
  • Peripheral Interventions
Research publications
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RESEARCH

  • Clinical Excellence Program on ICH-GCP, January 14, 2007

PUBLICATION

  •  A 5 year angiographic follow up study of Radial artery grafts used for CABG surgery; A single institution study. Circulation 2004.
  • Use of “Radi pressure wire” in assessment of coronary lesions – Published in International Journal of Cardiology.
  • Allograft vaculopathy in cardiac transplant recipients: An initial experience. IHJ 1999; 51 : 546

ABSTRACT PUBLICATIONS:

  • Clinical decision making is influenced by the Radi Pressure Wire in patients with intermediate coronary lesions at Angiography. World congress of cardiology 2002, Sydney.
  • Correlation of coronary angiographic profile and Troponin I levels in patients with Acute chest pain syndrome. World congress of cardiology 2002, Sydney.
  • Transradial approach for bifurcation stent implantation using kissing balloon technique (poster presentation) at Singapore Live 2006.