Dr. Kshitij Dadhe

Meet your Cardiologist


DM Cardiology 

(Gold Medalist)

Institute: Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow

University: King George’s Medical University, Lucknow

MD General Medicine 

Institute: Indira Gandhi Government Medical College, Nagpur

University: Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik


Institute: Government Medical College & Hospital, Nagpur

University: Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik


  • Senior Resident in Cardiology at Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow
  • Consultant & Interventional Cardiologist at Avanti Institute of Cardiology Private Ltd, Nagpur
  • Consultant & Interventional Cardiologist at Asha Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Kamptee, Nagpur


  1. A study of clinical and angiographic outcomes in patients with overlapping stents vs single long stent in long coronary lesions
  2. A study of hyponatremia in hospitalized sick elderly patients
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Years of Experience
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Satisfied Patients
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Coronary Angioplasties as Primary Operator
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Primary Coronary Angioplasties
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Single Chamber Permanent Pacemakers
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Double Chamber Permanent Pacemakers & ICD

Areas of Expertise/ Interest

Left Main Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) is a minimally invasive procedure used to treat a blockage or narrowing in the left main coronary artery. On an average, the left main coronary artery provides blood flow to approximately 60-75% of the left ventricle and as much as 85-100% in case of a left dominant circulation. 

Bifurcation Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) is a specialized procedure performed to treat blockages or narrowings in the point where a coronary artery branches into two smaller vessels, known as a bifurcation. 

Optical Coherence Tomography, is a diagnostic imaging technique used in cardiology to visualize and assess the coronary arteries and intracoronary structures with high resolution. A probe emits near-infrared light, which is reflected back by the tissues, creating detailed images of the vessel walls and structures.

FFR (Fractional Flow Reserve) is a measurement obtained during cardiac catheterization, where a thin wire with a pressure sensor is threaded through the blood vessels to the site of the blockage. A value of less than 0.80 indicates significant narrowing and suggests the need for intervention, such as stenting or bypass surgery, to improve blood flow and reduce the risk of adverse cardiac events.

RFR, on the other hand, is a newer technique that uses the same pressure wire but provides a measurement without the need for the administration of hyperemia-inducing medications. It provides a ratio similar to FFR, with values less than 0.89 indicating significant stenosis.

IVUS, or Intravascular Ultrasound, is a medical imaging technique used in cardiology to visualize and assess the coronary arteries from within. The IVUS probe emits sound waves that bounce off the surrounding tissues and structures, creating detailed cross-sectional images of the blood vessel walls.

IVL or Intravascular Lithotripsy, is a minimally invasive technique used in cardiology to treat calcified coronary artery lesions. A special catheter with an integrated balloon and lithotripsy emitter is inserted into the blocked artery, typically through the groin or wrist. Once positioned at the site of the calcification, the balloon is inflated, and low-energy sonic pressure waves are delivered to the plaque. These pressure waves create microfractures in the calcified plaque, allowing for better expansion of the artery and improved blood flow.

 Rotablation is a specialized technique used in cardiology to treat severely calcified coronary artery lesions. It involves the use of a tiny, diamond-tipped burr mounted on a high-speed rotational device to gently remove the hardened plaque from the inner lining of the blood vessels.

PBMV, or Percutaneous Balloon Mitral Valvuloplasty, is a medical procedure used to treat a condition called mitral stenosis, where the valve between the two left chambers of the heart is narrowed. During PBMV, a small balloon is inserted into the narrowed valve and inflated, which helps open up the valve and improve blood flow through the heart, relieving symptoms like shortness of breath and fatigue.

Device closure is a medical procedure used to repair certain heart defects, like Atrial Septal Defect (ASD), Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD), and Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA), without the need for open-heart surgery. During the procedure, a special device is inserted through a catheter (a thin tube) into the heart to seal or block the abnormal opening, allowing the heart to function more effectively and reducing the risk of complications.

TAVI, or Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation, is a minimally invasive procedure to treat aortic stenosis, a condition where the heart’s aortic valve becomes narrow and obstructs blood flow. During TAVI, a new artificial valve is placed inside the diseased valve using a catheter (a thin tube) through a small incision, helping to restore normal blood flow and improve heart function without the need for open-heart surgery.

CRT, or Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy, is a treatment for heart failure that involves the implantation of a special device called a biventricular pacemaker. This device helps coordinate the contractions of the heart’s lower chambers (ventricles), which can be out of sync in heart failure patients, improving the heart’s pumping ability and overall function, and alleviating symptoms like fatigue and shortness of breath.


Gold medal in DM Cardiology

Gold medal for securing highest marks in DM Cardiology 

Given at the hands of Mrs. Anandiben Patel, honorable Governor of Uttar Pradesh 

Best DM Resident

Best DM Cardiology Resident award with Gold medal


Given at the hands of Dr. Balram Bhargava, then Director General of Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)


At Affiliated Hospitals

Coronary Angiography

A diagnostic procedure that uses X-rays and contrast dye to visualize the blood vessels of the heart and detect blockages or abnormalities

Coronary Angioplasty

A minimally invasive procedure that uses a balloon-like device to open narrowed or blocked coronary arteries and improve blood flow to the heart. Often followed by stent implanation.

Pacemaker Implantation

A cath-lab procedure that involves the placement of a small device under the skin of the chest or abdomen to help regulate the heartbeat in people with certain types of arrhythmias

ICD Implantation

A cath-lab procedure where a small device is placed under the skin to monitor and deliver electrical shocks or pacing therapy to treat life-threatening cardiac arrhythmias

Balloon Valvuloplasty

A procedure that uses a balloon catheter to widen a narrowed heart valve, improving blood flow and relieving symptoms associated with valve stenosis

Device Closure

A minimally invasive procedure that uses specialized devices to close abnormal openings or defects in the heart, promoting normal blood flow and reducing complications.



12 lead ECG with Rhythm strip
Softcopy stored in PDF format 

An electrocardiogram (ECG) is a simple, non-invasive medical test that records the electrical activity of the heart, providing valuable information about its rhythm, rate, ischemia and function

2D Echo & Doppler

Both Adult & Pediatric Echo Probes available

A diagnostic imaging technique that uses sound waves to create a detailed real-time visual representation of the heart’s structure and function, including the blood flow patterns within the heart

Holter Monitoring

Wireless 24 to 72 hour holter device available

A non-invasive diagnostic test that uses a portable device to continuously record and analyze a patient’s heart rhythm over a period of 24-72 hours or more to detect abnormalities that may not show up during a standard ECG

Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring

Hypertensive or Not ? Get the answer

A non-invasive diagnostic method that involves wearing a portable device to measure and record blood pressure at regular intervals over a 24-hour period, providing a comprehensive assessment of a patient’s blood pressure patterns during their daily activities and sleep

Electronic Medical Records

Don’t worry about loosing or forgetting your file 

These are are digital versions of a patient’s medical records that contain comprehensive information about their medical history, diagnoses, treatments, medications, and other relevant clinical data, which can be accessed and shared securely when needed

Second Opinion

Need opinion about your patient’s condition – we are here for you

A consultation with a healthcare provider, specialist, or expert to review a patient’s medical diagnosis, treatment plan, or test results, providing an independent assessment and recommendations to help the patient make informed decisions about their healthcare


Trained at focused workshops under the proctorship of stalwarts from the field of cardiology dedicated to complex, high risk interventional cases with cutting-edge latest technology like

  1. Optical coherence tomography (OCT), Intravascular ultrasound (IVUS),
  2. Physiological assessment with Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR), Relative Flow Reserve (RFR),
  3. Plaque modification techniques like Rotational Atherectomy, Shockwave Intravascular Lithotripsy (IVL)
  4. Robotic PCI

Magnum Hospital Nashik 28 & 29 April 2023

Workshop on Robotic PCI, Imaging with IVUS & OCT, Rotablation, Physiology with FFR 

Asha Hospital on 05.03.2023

Proctor: Dr. Davinder Singh Chadha, Consultant Interventional Cardiologist, Bengaluru | MBBS | MD (Int Med) | DNB (Int Med) | DM Cardiology | FACC | FSCAI

Asha Hospital on 20.01.2023

Proctor: Dr. Anil Potdar, Consultant Interventional Cardiologist, Fortis Hiranandani Hospital, Vashi, Navi Mumbai | MBBS | MD (Int Med) | DNB  Cardiology 


What the patients/ relatives have to say ?

My father had a massive heart attack and was very sick, admitted to the ICU with a persistently low blood pressure. He recovered only after undergoing a high risk angioplasty by Dr. Kshitij Dadhe Sir. It saved his life.
Rupesh Harde
Account Manager
My father had pneumonia and heart attack with low heart rate. He was given a temporary pacemaker and underwent angioplasty of 100% occluded vessel. He fully recovered and did not require a permanent pacemaker thanks to Dr. Kshitij Sir
Akshay Wasnik
My father had a heart attack along with very low heart rate. He was put on temporary pacemaker, had very low cardiac contractility and on angiography had severe 3 vessel disease for which he was advised bypass surgery. Due to high risk bypass was not possible for 1 more week. As a life saving procedure his attack related artery was opened by Dr. Kshitij Dadhe Sir despite the high risk associated with it. My dad regained his heart rate, his blood pressure improved and he improved rapidly thereafter.
Niaz Ahmad
I am hypertensive since 12 years and my blood pressure was never really under control. It was only after consulting Dr. Kshitij Dadhe Sir that my blood pressure is finally under control and he also advised me about various healthy lifestyle changes.
Chandrashekhar Patil
My mother had a heart attack and her angiography revealed disease of the main vessel of heart and its branches. Due to her old age and low pumping action of the heart she was at high risk for bypass surgery which was refused by the family. On our request Dr. Kshitij Dadhe Sir took up a complex high risk angioplasty which was successful and my mother was discharged home.
Rajesh Gajbhiye
Police constable
I had a heart attack and my angiography revealed that the artery responsible for the attack had an abnormal origin. Then I consulted Dr. Kshitij Dadhe Sir who explained to me the risk, complexity of the procedure and chances of success. I finally underwent successful angioplasty and now I am healthy and doing well.
Pravin Kannake
Police SI

OPD: Dr. Dadhe's Heart Clinic

Address: 4th Floor, Vighnesh Square, opposite Dinanath High School, Dhantoli, Nagpur, Maharashtra 440012

Timing: Monday to Saturday 10:00 am to 2.00 pm
                Sunday Closed