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    Dr Neeraj Bhalla is the Chairman , Department of Cardiology at BLK Super Speciality Hospital , Pusa Road New Delhi . He is a highly skilled Interventional Cardiologist with vast experience in complex angioplasty and peripheral angioplasty procedures. He has successfully carried out over 5000 Coronary angioplasties and he is adept in the use of various devices such as Rotablator ,Intra vascular Ultrasound and Distal protection devices used in advanced interventional procedures. He is regularly a faculty in national and international level meetings as well as being invited for various teaching courses in Interventional Cardiology.

     

    Dr Neeraj Bhalla is Fellow of the Society of Coronary Angiography and Interventions and has been Professor of Medicine at Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences apart from being a DNB (Cardiology) Guide. He has been Principal Investigator at his centre for international clinical trials and has had good experience in running these. Prior to this appointment he has been Senior Interventional Cardiologist at Max Healthcare; Director Cardiology at Metro Hospitals New Delhi and Officer in charge Cardiac Cath Laboratory at R&R Hospital New Delhi.

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