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 Heart Care & Cure center.

Dr.Rahul Kaiche having extensive experience in treating both pediatric and adult cardiac cases.


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Cardiac Surgeon in Nashik | Heart Specialist in Nashik | Dr. Rahul Kaiche

Dr.Rahul Kaiche is the  Best Cardiac Surgeon in Nashik  practicing at the Heart Care & Cure center. Dr.Rahul Kaiche having extensive experience in treating both pediatric and adult cardiac cases.

Heart Care & Cure is a comprehensive cardiac care outpatient department situated in Nashik. The center specializes in treating all cardiac diseases.

The Heart Care & Cure is an initiative of Dr.Rahul A. Kaiche and Dr.Ashutosh Sahu, Dr.Rahul A. Kaiche an eminent Cardiovascular surgeon,and Dr.Ashutosh Sahu Senior Interventional Cardiologist.

Our team at Heart Care and Cure center in Nashik consists of experienced and qualified paramedical staff and an enthusiastic support team will certainly help you to settle a Cardiological problem. Rather than being a bigger Cardiologist, We try to become the Heart Specialist In Nashik.

Dr.Rahul performed an impressive 14 heart transplants in just a little over a year. His dedication and innovation in the Cardiologist In Nashik got recognition in a very short time.



Dr. Rahul A. Kaiche

Cardiac Surgeon in Nashik

Dr. Ashutosh Sahu

lnterventional Cardiology in Nashik

Our Specialties

Mitral Valve Repair / Replacement

Mitral valve replacement is a cardiac surgical procedure in which a patient’s diseased mitral valve is replaced by either a mechanical orRead More »

Aortic Valve Replacement

Aortic valve replacement is a procedure in which a patient’s failing aortic valve is replaced with an alternate healthy valve. he aortic valveRead More »

Aortic Aneurysm Repair

An aneurysm is an abnormal bulge in the wall of an artery. Normally , the walls of arteries are thick and muscular, allowing them to withstandRead More »

Congenital Heart Defects

Congenital heart defectschange the normal flow of blood through the heart. There are many types of congenital heart defects.Read More »

Coronary Angioplasty & Angiography

Coronary angiography is often done along with cardiac catheterization. This is a procedure which measures pressures in the heart chambers.Read More »

Pacemaker Implantation

A pacemaker is composed of three parts: a pulse generator, one or more leads, and an electrode on each lead. A pacemaker signals the heartRead More »

What Our Patients Say

Frequently Asked Questions

Cardiologists are physicians who treat the heart and its diseases using diagnostics and medication. Unlike cardiac surgeons, they do not perform surgical procedures. They see patients with both routine and complex cases of heart disease and heart conditions.
Cardiothoracic surgeons are heart surgeons who perform surgery in the area of the heart and lungs. Cardiothoracic surgeons have extensive experience in complex, life-saving procedures and cardiac care, including advanced, specialized procedures such as robotic and video-assisted lung surgery, minimally invasive mitral valve repair and complex neonatal repairs.
Interventional cardiologists are trained in cardiology, and then continue on for additional training in interventional cardiology. This extra training allows them to perform minimally invasive procedures involving small incisions and catheters instead of traditional surgery. These procedures are used to diagnose and treat diseases such as heart valve disorders; coronary artery disease; congenital heart disease; endocarditis; peripheral artery disease.
Cardiovascular surgeons perform surgeries that include repair or replacement of heart valves; bypassing or widening of blocked arteries to the heart; repair of aneurysms; treatment of coronary artery disease; implanting of devices to regulate heart rhythm or support heart function and blood flow; and replacement of a damaged heart with a healthy heart from a donor.
If other treatments—such as lifestyle changes, medicines, and medical procedures—haven’t worked or can’t be used to treat your cardiac condition, heart surgery might be an option. Your Tenet primary care doctor, cardiologist, and the cardiothoracic surgeon will work with you to decide whether heart surgery is the best treatment option for you.
Though its results often are excellent, heart surgery does have some risks. Risks may include:

Infection, fever, swelling and other signs of inflammation
A reaction to anaesthesia
Arrhythmias (irregular heartbeats)
Damage to tissues in the heart, kidneys, liver, and lungs
Stroke, which may cause short-term or permanent damage
Death (More likely to occur in people who are very sick before the surgery)
In general, the risk of complications is higher if heart surgery is done in an emergency situation (for example, during a heart attack). The risk also is higher if you have other underlying diseases or conditions, such as diabetes, kidney disease, lung disease, or peripheral arterial disease.

Usually, cardiac surgery patients are referred by a general or family physician.

Dr. Rahul Kaiche

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Heart Specialist in Nashik

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