Best Electrophysiologists in Hyderabad


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Dr Kumar Narayanan

Dr Kumar Narayanan

   MD, DM (Cardiology), FHRS, CEPS

   Sr.Consultant Cardiologist / Electrophysiologist

   Experience: 9 years

    Hyderabad

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Electrophysiology (EP), also known as invasive cardiac electrophysiology, is a series of tests to investigate the heart's electrical activity and to analyze abnormal heartbeats or arrhythmia.

Medicover Hospitals has the best electrophysiologists in Hyderabad who specialize in diagnosing heart ailments and electrical activity of the heart.

The Cardiology Department at Medicover Hospitals provides safe and accurate cardiac electrophysiology treatment in Hyderabad.
Our team of Cardiology doctors can guide you along with the procedure of electrophysiology. The cardiac electrophysiologists at Medicover Hospitals have extensive experience and training in cardiac cases and provide treatment that is most suitable for the patient.

Frequently Asked Questions
1. What does an electrophysiologist do?

Electrophysiologists are doctors trained to test the heart's electrical impulses and atypical heart rhythms.

2. What is an electrophysiological procedure?

An electrophysiological procedure is a medical procedure that examines the electrical activity of the heart. It also diagnoses irregular heartbeats, often known as arrhythmia.

3. What is the difference between a cardiologist and an electrophysiologist?

A cardiologist is a surgical specialist who treats all heart problems with surgery and other treatment options. An electrophysiologist (EP) treats heart arrhythmias or AFib that are caused by interruptions in the normal heart rhythm.

4. Why would I be referred to an electrophysiologist?

The primary care physician or another cardiologist may refer you to an electrophysiologist. Suppose you have any of the following symptoms: an irregular heartbeat, cardiac ablation, a technique that uses scar tissue to suppress irregular signals, syncope, or an abrupt loss of consciousness.

5. What are the symptoms of electrical heart problems?

The heartbeat may be very fast or slow and the patient may feel palpitations. Cardiac arrhythmias may make a person feel nervous, anxious, dizzy, faint or short of breath.