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Paediatric Cardiology | Ozone Superspeciality Hospital Akola

Paediatric Cardiology

Little Hearts Needs Gentle Care...

Parents seeking the best treatment for their children with congenital (present at birth) heart disease have turned to Ozone Superspeciality Hospital’s Pediatric Cardiology for more than 10 years. Each year, clinic doctors evaluate and treat hundreds of children and teenagers with congenital heart problems.

Pediatric and genetic cardiologists at Ozone Superspeciality Hospital have extensive experience caring for children who have supraventricular tachycardia, inherited long QT syndrome, congenital heart defects and other heart conditions.

Team Approach, Tailored to Your Child's Needs

Pediatric cardiologists at Ozone Superspeciality Hospital work with with specialists in many areas to provide exactly the care your child needs. Your child's cardiologist may consult with other experts in pediatric cardiac surgery, heart rhythm specialist’s electrophysiologists), anesthesiologists, nurses, therapists and other medical professionals. Together and with you, they arrive at an accurate diagnosis the first time and create a comprehensive, individualized treatment plan based on your child's specific condition.

Your child's team may also include a pediatric nurse practitioner, dietitians, medical geneticists (for disorders and diseases involving genes and heredity), physical and occupational therapists, and child-life specialists.

Latest Treatments and Technology

Ozone Superspeciality Hospital offers leading-edge technology for diagnosing pediatric heart conditions, and the latest devices that help the heart function properly. Your child may be seen in the Pediatric Electrophysiology Laboratory or at the Center for Congenital Heart Disease, where doctors use advanced technology and treatment options such as catheter-based therapies and minimally invasive surgery.

Device Closure Procedure in Congenital Heart Disease

ASD Closure: An ASD is a hole in the heart between the two upper chambers. The procedure uses a device to plug the hole, a patch to cover it or sutures to sew it shut. It may involve open-heart surgery or a minimally invasive procedure using a catheter to place the closure device.

VSD Closure:  A child with a Ventricular Septal Disease (VSD) has a hole in the wall between the left and right ventricles. The hole lets blood flow abnormally from the left ventricle into the right ventricle. As a result, too much blood may go to the lungs.

Ozone Superspeciality Hospital has one of the largest and most successful rate of ASD & VSD Closure procedures performed in the past years.

Your Care Team !


Dr. Vishal Kale

M. B. B. S., M. D., D. M.

Paediatric Cardiology

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