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#Team MSH# Dr. Hiremath with his team for a joint practice.|Dr Shirish (M.S.) Hiremath|Shivaji Nagar,Pune
Team of Dr. M.S Hiremath Perfecting their skills for Angioplasty
Dr. M. S Hiremath with his friends Dr. Selvamani - working on perfecting the techniques for Angioplasty by Optimisation with OCT and FFR. Dr. Selvamani, came from Madurai to join his friends. He is an expert in Optimisation Techniques.
TAVR done Dr Shirish Hiremath MSH interventional Cardiologist|Dr Shirish (M.S.) Hiremath|Shivaji Nagar,Pune
TAVR without a cut
Just one year & see the difference!!
86 year with severe valve disease. Normally needs open heart surgery.
This one done is TAVR without a cut & without a single stitch. Walking around comfortably.
Happy Family !!
TAVR is stitchless valve Replacement- Very advance technique & rapidly growing. Dr Shirish Hiremath MSH interventional Cardiologist adapted this as first Intervention Cardiologist for the city of Pune !!
Rare Angiolplasty- Dr Shirish Hiremath|Dr Shirish (M.S.) Hiremath|Shivaji Nagar,Pune
Rare Angiolpasty for 92 year old man
When Shinde had complained of chest pain three years ago, his family opted for medical management instead of surgery owing to his age. However, when he hit 92, things began to get difficult once again. Not only did his chest pain worsen by the day, his appetite started failing him. In fact, restricted mobility made him feel like he was a burden on his family. He could hardly finish a sentence without getting breathless. On an unsuspecting day, the inevitable happened and he suffered from a near-fatal heart attack.
A surgery of this kind is fairly routine for the busy department of Ruby Hall. The question was, at 92, could a patient be subjected to such a high-risk procedure. Dr Shirish Hiremath (MS), director, Cath Lab, Ruby Hall Clinic, explained, “Shinde was coping with angina (heart pain) for over three years. Since the time he was 89, his condition was managed medically with non-invasive testing. He fitted in the class of chronic stable angina and was responding well to the medication in general.
OCT- Dr Shirish Hiremath|Dr Shirish (M.S.) Hiremath|Shivaji Nagar,Pune
OCT -Times of India Coverage
33 year old IT professional complaint chest pain after an intense football session. Upon arrival at Ruby Hall Clinic an ECG confirmed heart attack. A coronary angiography found a blood clot is main coronary artery rare occurrence. The clot was aspirated followed by use of the blood thinner. When the patient showed signs of improvement doctors suggested OCT before proceeding with stents. OCT is a new imaging Technology using near infrared light to create high resolution images of the coronary artery wall and lumen.
 #OCT a new imaging technology that helps optimise stenting procedure during complex angiograhies say Dr Shirish (M.S) Hiremath. 
Dr Shirish (M.S) Hiremath - Cardiologist|Dr Shirish (M.S.) Hiremath|Shivaji Nagar,Pune
CNN IBN Sunday 27th January 2019
Don\'t miss out on the opportunity of listening to Dr Shirish (M.S) Hiremath, Past President of CSI and Director of Cardiac Cath Lab, Ruby Hall, Pune.
He will be highlighting Importance of Early Treatment of Hypertension(BP) but also the Continued Benefits of the Long term Therapy, year after year.
Stay tuned on
CNN IBN on Sunday 27th January 2019 at 4.00pm
Best Cardiologist in Pune Dr M S Hiremath|Dr Shirish (M.S.) Hiremath|Shivaji Nagar,Pune
Dr Shirish Hiremath at Sona Nikop Phaltan
Dr Shirish MS Hiremath best cardiologist in Pune at Sona Nikop Heart Care Centre, Phaltan conducted a free cardiac camp All Patients were screened for potential cardiac problems, the camp was a grand success.All patients truly benefiting from the camp with Dr Hiremath addressing each and every patient on how to keep their  heart healthy.
OCT for perfecting PTCA|Dr Shirish (M.S.) Hiremath|Shivaji Nagar,Pune
OCT for perfecting PTCA
Along with Dr Raj Dave - From Orlando for OCT, this new device acquired for perfecting the PTCA result in addition to information acquired on angio. This technique allows to walk through the vessel both before and after stenting and helps make some important decisions. Dr Raj Dave infact was very impressed with 39 cases which were done and invited me to Orlando for the World famous C-3 meet to give this presentation!!
I feel very humbled n privileged
Asia Pacific interventional cardiology meet |Dr Shirish (M.S.) Hiremath|Shivaji Nagar,Pune
Asia Pacific Interventional Cardiology meet in Singapore
Honoured to be in Singapore on a special invitation for a small group Asia Pacific Interventional Cardiology meet. Discussion issue was primarily on OCT. Dr M S Hiremath enriched the discussion by sharing his vast OCT experience with these top most Cardiologist.
Felicitation by Shri Sharad Pawar|Dr Shirish (M.S.) Hiremath|Shivaji Nagar,Pune
Felicitation by Shri Sharad Pawar
Another feather in the cap  was felicitated at the hands of Shri Sharad Pawar, recently.
Keep up the "High Spirits"!! For outstanding achievements and remarkable role in the field of cardiology at a ceremony organised by Baner Balewadi Medicos Association in Pune
Improving STEMI Care in India: Lumen 2018
Two of the world renowned cardiologists of Indian origin, Dr. Sameer Mehta & Dr. Shirish Hiremath chat about current challenges and opportunities to improve care of Indian patients with heart attack. Medically known as ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STMI), Dr. Hiremath highlights key challenges in India such as delayed presentation, lack of awareness and sometimes trust levels of patient in the overall health system. Both Dr.Mehta and Dr.Hiremath agree that family physician is a key link who if empowered with right knowledge and education can be catalyst in ensuring early access to most efffective pharmaco or interventional therapy to improve patients outcomes.
Dr MS Hiremath Live from Ruby Hall Clinic|Dr Shirish (M.S.) Hiremath|Shivaji Nagar,Pune
India Live 2018
India Live 2018, largest and leading Interventional Cardiology conference of the Asia Pacific Region was held in Chennai This Conference aimed that primary care and secondary care physicians and cardiologists who participate in care of many of these patients will be updated through advancement of knowledge and evidence based guidelines sharee in the conference

Eminent Cardiologist Dr. MS Hiremath and his team performed a Live case in Ruby Hall Clinic and transmitted it live for the audience at India Live conference in Chennai
Dr Shirish (M.S.) Hiremath|Shivaji Nagar,Pune
Heart ailments leading cause of mortality
On the occasion of World Heart Day, observed on September 29, experts across the country are urging people to pay more attention to the early signs and symptoms that are indicative of an underlying heart disease, to ensure early diagnosis. Heart ailments are the leading cause of mortality, in India, due to key challenges in cardiac care like inadequate facilities, inaccessibility and lack of awareness. Latest statistics suggest that cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) account for more than half of the mortality of the 6 million deaths due to non-communicable diseases. Dr. Shirish (M S.) Hiremath, President,  Cardiological Society of lndia. said, “With the burden of Heart Failure snowballing in India and the associated high death rates, it is necessary to prioritize heart failure as a cardiovascular disease. The need of the hour is, coming together of all stakeholders to develop a community-level approach to raise awareness about this condition, which is often used interchangeably with Heart Attack or seen as an aftermath of the latter."

What is heart failure?
Experts clarify that ‘Heart Failure’ means that the weakened heart muscle is not pumping blood efficiently enough to meet the oxygen and nutritional demands of an individual‘s body. Risk factors for heart failure include a history of coronary artery disease (CAD), heart attack, high blood pressure, heart valve disease, cardiomyopathy, lung disease, diabetes, obesity, alcohol and drug use and family history of heart diseases. Common symptoms include shortness of breath, tiredness, swelling in the ankles, legs and abdomen. etc.
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