Top Two Cardiologists Died of Heart Attack

Top Two Cardiologists Died of Heart Attack

Dr. Mukharjee Madivada wrote in his recent tweet  “
Within a span of weeks, I lost two cardiologists that I know very well. Both are very friendly and humble beyond belief. The irony is that they both died of the disease that they treated very well: the #HeartAttack
Not only has it caused fear of heart attacks in young Indians, but it also raises questions about our ability to predict deadly cardiac episodes if even the most skilled cardiologist is unable to recognize the warning signs of a heart attack.
Left: Dr. Padmakumar, Medicover.
Right: Dr. Srinivas Prasad, Ramesh Hospital, VZA.
According to his opinion
Both did not get a preventive checkup done. Neither had any physical or psychological stress. Neither was overweight.
While we sit and debate why cardiac arrests are rising and whether COVID or vaccines have anything to do with these family-busters, we should do our bit not to fall prey to one ourselves.
I suggest, everyone beyond 40 years, (and earlier if there are symptoms or risk factors) get an ECHO, TMT, Fasting Lipid Profile, Sugar and BP check done, at least once a year.
If there are symptoms, risk factors and abnormalities in non-invasive testing, we can get a CT angio or a regular angio done.
Just imagine your obituary being written by somebody else (I am imagining mine now), and that should propel you to get a simple non-invasive testing done today.

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