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    Dr. S. Aravindakumar

    Angioplasty · Arrhythmia

    Kauvery Hospital Heart City

    Tamil Nadu, India


    Foundation year






    Cardiologists are doctors who specialize in diseases of the cardiovascular system, which includes the heart and blood vessels. They diagnose, treat, and manage heart diseases, as well as help people reduce their risk factors for heart disease, which is especially important for the South Asian population, which has a high rate of cardiovascular disease. Cardiologists also instruct their patients on how to adopt heart-healthy habits. Dr. S. Aravindakumar is a highly experienced Cardiologist based in India. He did his DNB degree in the specialization of Cardiology from Amirtha Institute of Medical Sciences, Kochi, in 2008. He has also contributed his research services in several medical societies, including the Cardiology Society of India, Indian Medical Association (IMA), Association of Physicians of India, Tamil Nadu Interventional council, European Society of Cardiology (FESC), and American College of Cardiology (FACC). Moreover, he has many international scientific publications, book chapters, and studies on cardiac health. Dr. S. Aravindakumar has performed over more than 5000 + Angioplasties and various other procedures in his career with excellent results. His specialized procedures are Coronary Angioplasty, Pacemaker Implantation, Renal stenting, Multivessel angioplasty, etc. He is known for managing even the most complicated cases with ease. Dr. S. Aravindakumar joined some of the well-known medical institutes of India to hone his skills and expertise further. He has worked in PSG Medical College, Coimbatore, Primary Health Center, Trichy, and Govt Headquarters Hospital, Perambalur. Currently, Dr. S. Aravindakumar has been associated with Kauvery Hospital Heart City, Tamil Nadu, India, as a chief consultant Cardiologist, for more than 13 years.