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    Dr. Manish Saxena

    Arterial Switch · Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD)

    Fortis Memorial Research Institute

    Haryana, India






    Dr. Manish Saxena has been working in pediatric cardiology for the past five years. He has got his training from India's pediatric cardiology pioneer batch and also performed under it. He has worked at CARE Hyderabad and Fortis Escorts Heart Institute. His primary working interests include heart imaging and structural treatments. In addition, he is engaged in organizing camps and CME to raise awareness of pediatric cardiology. Dr. Manish is an incredible doctor who works hard to make sure children feel healthy and happy. QUALIFICATION OF DR. MANISH SAXENA • MBBS • MD (Pediatric) • FNB (Pediatric Cardiology) BOARD CERTIFICATES ACHIEVED BY DR. MANISH SAXENA • Membership in European Society belonging to HTN • Membership in Society of Cardiology located in Europe • Membership of Society of Joint British and Irish Hypertension SPECIALIZATIONS OF DR. MANISH SAXENA Dr. Manish Saxena has his specialization in cardiology, arterial switch, and ventricular septal defects (VSD) • PEDIATRIC CARDIOLOGY: Pediatric Cardiology is a highly specialized subspecialty of Pediatrics because it includes dealing with the complexity and acuity of patients. It is crucial for the high prevalence of congenital and acquired cardiovascular diseases seen in children. A pediatric cardiac program integrates pediatric heart surgery and intensive care also. • ARTERIAL SWITCH: The arterial switch procedure, also known as the Jatene switch technique, is intended to treat aorta-level D-transposition of large arteries (D-TGA) and significant pulmonary arteries. Generally, simple D-TGA switching methods are favored because of better results obtained by them. • VENTRICULAR SEPTAL ABNORMALITY (VSD): Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD) is a common heart defect that manifests itself at the time of conception (congenital). Heart failure occurs when an opening (hole) forms in the heart's wall (septum), enabling blood to flow from left to right and separating the lower chambers (ventricles).