Best Cardiologists For Valvular Diseases Treatment In Pakistan

Dr. Gohar Saeed

(4.6 / 5)

(185 Reviews)

Dr. Gohar Saeed

Cardiologist

MD, FACC, FSCAI

Consultant with experience of 20 years

Prof. Dr. Zamir A Siddiqui

(5 / 5)

(155 Reviews)

Prof. Dr. Zamir A Siddiqui

Cardiologist, Diabetologist

MBBS, M.Phil (Clinical Pharmacology), M.D (Cardiology), Dip Diab. (Diplomate Diabetology), Ph.D Scholar (Clinical Pharmacology)

Associate Professor with experience of 29 years

Dr. Junaid Zaffar

(4.6 / 5)

(75 Reviews)

Dr. Junaid Zaffar

Cardiologist

MBBS, FCPS, MCPS, FESC

Consultant with experience of 19 years

Dr. Tayyab Mohyuddin

(4.2 / 5)

(41 Reviews)

Dr. Tayyab Mohyuddin

Cardiologist

MBBS, MD, FACC, FSCAI

Associate Professor with experience of 18 years

Frequently Asked Questions

The fee for specialists of Valvular Diseases in Pakistan varies from PKR 500-3000 depending upon doctor's experience and qualification.

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 The heart has four valves that regulate the flow of blood from the heart to the body. These are:

  • Tricuspid valve
  • Mitral valve 
  • Aortic valve 
  • Pulmonary valve 

In healthy individuals, these valves open and close in a timely manner thus ensure proper blood flow to the body. In the case of valvular disorders, these valves become too narrow or fail to open and close efficiently termed as stenosis and incompetence respectively. In case of stenosis, blood is pushed back into the adjacent heart chamber whereas in case of incompetent valve blood is leaked back into the previous chamber. To make up for poor pumping heart overworks making its muscles thicken and enlarged which resultantly decreases their elasticity and efficiency. Additionally, the blood collected in chambers can clot increasing chances of pulmonary embolism and stroke. 

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