About Dr. Kuldeep Arora

Dr. Kuldeep Arora is a leading cardiologist in Gurgaon (NCR), he is committed to provide patients with professional care and personalized attention to address their health needs.

Dr. Kuldeep Arora

Designation: Unit Head & Chief Cath Lab (Unit II)
Specialty : Cardiology
Location : Gurugram
Nationality : Indian
Languages Spoken : English, Hindi
Gender : Male
Artemis Hospitals



MBBS – Government Medical College, Jabalpur, 1999 
MD – General Medicine – Gandhi Medical College ,Bhopal, 2002 
DM – Cardiology – Sri Jayadeva Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences and Research Bangalore, 2007

Dr Kuldeep Arora is Senior Consultant Cardiologist in Artemis Hospital Gurgaon, he has 20+ years of experience in interventional cardiology and has successfully performed over 12000 therapeutic cardiac interventions including coronary angioplasties, permanent pacemaker implantations, AICD’s, biventricular pacemakers and atrial septal defect device closure procedures.

He completed his D.M Cardiology from Sri Jayadeva Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences and Research (SJIC) Bangalore. Later served there in SJICR Bangalore as lecturer and Assistant Professor of Cardiology. 
Before joining Artemis Hospital he was working as Associate Director Cardiology in Paras Hospitals Gurgaon. 

He specializes in angiography & angioplasty via the radial route. A part from heart attack management, he has also expertise in pacemaker, ICD, CRT implantation, and device closure of atrial septal defects. 
A part from expertise in coronary angioplasties, his focus is increasing public awareness of heart disease.

Work Experience:

• Associate Director & Senior Consultant-Cardiology- Paras Hospital, Gurgaon 
• Consultant- Cardiology – Seven Hills Hospital, Mumbai 
• Consultant- Cardiology – Wockhardt Hospitals, Nagpur 
• Assistant Professor- Sri Jayadeva Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences and Research, Bangalore


• Complex Coronary Interventions
• Rotational Atherectomy
• Transradial Interventions
• Peripheral Interventions including Carotid and Renal
• Device Closure of Congenital Heart Defects
• Pacemakers, ICD’s and Cardiac Resynchronisation Therapy Implants
• Balloon Valvuloplasty
• Permanent pacemaker implantation

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    Healing Thousands of Life.

    Dr Kuldeep Arora is the best cardiologist in guraon, with over 20+ years of experience in interventional cardiology and healing thousands of life.


    What are some of the risk factors for heart disease?

    The conventional risk factors include high cholesterol, high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes, and tobacco use or second hand smoke.

    What Are the Risk Factors for Coronary Artery Disease?

    There are some risk factors that you can’t do anything about. These include:

    • Being male
    • Being a woman who is past menopause
    • Being older
    • Having a family history of heart attack or coronary artery disease

    Can stress cause heart disease?

    Stress can increase the risk of heart disease, although we still do not know how this happens. A sudden physical or emotional stress can certainly lead to an episode of angina or even a heart attack.

    Does smoking increase your risk of heart disease?

    Smoking is a major risk for several diseases including heart disease, stroke, and several cancers. Even low-tar cigarettes and light smoking can increase the risk of heart disease substantially. There are now several alternative approaches to helping people stop smoking. These include nicotine-replacement patches and gum as well as oral medication.

    If you are able to stop smoking, your risk of a heart attack or stroke decreases within a few weeks. The risk goes down to that of a nonsmoker within about two years. In addition, a lot of patients comment that they feel healthier and have more energy after they’ve stopped smoking.

    Do all heart attacks have the same symptoms?

    Most heart attacks start slowly and build up gradually over few minutes time. Heart attacks can be perceived as mild pain or discomfort, including pressure, squeezing, tightness, fullness or pain. The chest discomfort may radiate to the neck, jaw, or arm, and is usually associated with shortness of breath, nausea, diaphoresis and pallor. Diabetics and women may not have the typical symptoms of chest discomfort, and may have only few of the associated features (shortness of breath or nausea, etc)

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