Dr. Kapil K Chattree

Dr. Kapil K Chattree

Additional Director Cardiology
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OPD Schedule:



  • Monday10:00-17:00
  • Tuesday10:00-17:00
  • Wednesday10:00-17:00
  • Thursday10:00-17:00
  • Friday10:00-17:00
  • Saturday10:00-17:00

Biography:


Dr Kapil K Chattree has joined Ivy Family as Additional Director of Cardiology. He has a total of 14 years of experience and previously he was associated with Paras Hospital, Panchkula. He has been trained under the renowned and skilled faculty of senior cardiologists in this region. Having worked in large volume centres, he has vast experience of independently performing all types of interventional procedures. His clinical expertise is in performing Radial Interventions and is trained in performing complex and challenging interventional cardiac procedures.

Previous Experience:

  • Sr. Consultant Cardiologist at Paras Hospital, Panchkula
  • Sr. Consultant at Mukut Heart Institute, Chandigarh
  • Associate Consultant at Fortis Superspeciality Hospital, Punjab
  • Lecturer, Department of Medicine & Cardiology at Christian Medical College and Hospital, Ludhiana
  • Performing Radial Interventions
  • Complex and challenging Interventional Cardiac and Peripheral Procedures
  • Device Implantation – Pacemakers, ICD’s, CRT-D etc.

Awards and Honors

  • Brown Medical Trust Foundation for outstanding achievement in postgraduate medical studies in the field of Cardiology 2005-2006
  • Study coordinator in OASIS – 5: “An international randomized, double-blind study evaluating the efficacy and safety of fondaparinux versus enoxaparin in the acute treatment of unstable angina or non-ST-segment elevation Myocardial Infarction acute coronary syndromes.”
  • Study coordinator in OASIS – 6: An international randomized study evaluating the efficacy and safety of fondaparinux sodium versus control therapy and glucose-insulin-potassium Infusion versus control in a broad range of patients with ST-segment elevation acute myocardial infarction”
  • Sub Investigator in BI – RELY: (Protocol 1160.26) Randomized Evaluation of Long Term anticoagulant therapy (RE-LY) comparing the efficacy and safety of two blinded doses of dabigatran etexilate with open-label warfarin for the prevention of stroke and systemic embolism in patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation: prospective, multi-centre, parallel-group, non-inferiority trial.
  • Co-investigator in phase 11, pilot. Randomized, placebo-controlled double-blind study to determine the safety of, tolerability and preliminary evidence of analgesic efficacy of ralfinamide in patients with third molar post-extraction dental pain. Protocol no. nw-1029\ 002\11\ 2007.
  • Bali HK, Dhindsa A, Mahant TS, Chattree KK, Karim F, Gupta H, Sidhu N, Chauhan H. Percutaneous coronary interventions in prior coronary artery bypass grafting patients: A single centre single operator retrospective study. India Heart Journal.69: S44-S45, 2017.
  • Bali HK, Chattree KK, Bali SK, Chauhan HKC, Shukla CP. A tale of early Reel syndrome caused by an over-enthusiastic masseuse. Indian Heart Journal. 65 (6), pp. 703-704.Dec2013.
  • Bali HK, Chattree KK, Bali SK, Chauhan HKC, Shukla CP. Collateral approach for LV lead implantation in a case with abnormal venous anatomy. Indian Heart Journal. 65 (5), pp. 607-610.Sept 2013.
  • Bali HK, Chattree KK, Bali SK, Chauhan HKC, Shukla CP. PCI in a case of dual (Type IV) LAD with anomalous origin of the LCx from RCA.  J Saudi Heart Assoc. 26 (1), pp. 43-46. Jan 2014.
  • Bali HK, Chattree KK, Chauhan HKC. (Apr 2014). Our Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Experience: Is enough being done to block heart failure in India? J Am Coll Cardiol. Suppl. Issue. Apr 2014.
  • Bali HK, Chattree KK, Chauhan HKC. (Apr 2014). An Indian Overview of the “TRA –PCI in STEMI” Conundrum: Is Radial STEMI Ready For Prime Time? J Am Coll Cardiol. Suppl. Issue. Apr 2014.
  • Bali HK, Chattree KK, Chauhan HKC, Shukla CP, Narang SV. The “TRA – PPCI in STEMI” Conundrum: High time to advocate radial primary angioplasty as the gold standard treatment for STEMI patients? Indian Heart Journal Volume 65, Supplement 1, December 2013, Pages S50-S51.
  • Bali HK, Chattree KK, Chauhan HKC, Shukla CP, Narang SV. Percutaneous coronary intervention in octogenarians: An insight into the clinical presentation, angiographic profile & procedural outcome (in-hospital MACE and intermediate-term clinical follow – up). Indian Heart Journal Volume 65, Supplement 1, December 2013, Pages S59-S60.
  • Bali HK, Chattree KK, Chauhan HKC, Shukla CP, Narang SV. PCI following CABG: To revascularise the degenerating saphenous vein graft (SVG) lesion or to recanalise the native vessel (NV)? In-hospital mortality and long-term follow-up. Indian Heart Journal Volume 65, Supplement 1, December 2013, Pages S60.
  • Bali HK, Chattree KK, Chauhan HKC, Shukla CP. Our CRT Experience: Is enough being done to block heart failure in India? Eur Heart J. Suppl. Issue. May 2013.
  • Bali HK, Chattree KK, Chauhan HKC, Shukla CP. Navigate with care: An Indian perspective into the clinical presentation, angiographic profile, procedural outcome (in-hospital MACE and intermediate-term clinical follow-up) in octogenarians undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention. Am J Cardiol. Suppl. Issue. May 2013.
  • Bali HK, Chattree KK, Chauhan HKC, Shukla CP. (Dec 2012). CRT in heart failure – our experience. Indian Heart Journal Suppl. Issue. Dec 2012.
  • Chattree KK, John M. Auto-immune disorders in association with hairy cell leukemia. J. K Science-Journal of Medical Education and Research. vol 7, no.2; April- June 2005.
  • Chattree KK, Jaison TM, Itty C, Chopra S. Brugada syndrome in a north Indian female- A case report. Indian Heart Journal, volume 58, number 6, 2006.
  • Michael A, Chattree KK, Jaison TM, Chopra SC, Itty C, Calton R. Absence of precordial pain in acute myocardial infarction: a predictor of poor prognosis. Indian Heart Journal. Sept-Oct 2006. (Abstract).
  • Chattree KK, Calton R, Jaison TM, Chopra SC, Itty C. Prognostic indicators in heart failure patients: a follow-up study. Indian Heart Journal. Sept-Oct 2006. (Abstract).
  • Chattree KK, Jaison TM, Itty C, Chopra S. Left ventricular diastolic dysfunction: A valuable predictor of prognosis in Heart failure patients. Indian Heart Journal. Sept-Oct 2005. (Abstract).
  • Chattree KK, Jaison TM, Itty C, Chopra S. Value of N-terminal Pro BNP for identifying high-risk patients with heart failure in the intensive care unit. Indian Heart Journal. Sept-Oct 2005. (Abstract).
  • Chattree KK, Jaison TM, Calton R, Itty C, Chopra S. Relationship between N-terminal Pro BNP and Doppler estimation of LV filling pressures in heart failure patients. Indian Heart Journal. Sept-Oct 2005. (Abstract).
  • Michael A, Jaison T, Chattree KK, Itty C, Calton R. Poor prognostic indicators in heart failure patients requiring ventilatory support in Intensive care unit. Indian Heart Journal. Sept-Oct 2004. (Abstract).
  • Chattree KK, Calton R, Jaison T, Itty C. Clinical and angiographic profiles of patients with

 

 

Education & Training:


  • MBBS Christian Medical College, Panjab University, Chandigarh
  • MD (MEDICINE) Christian Medical College, Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Punjab
  • DM (CARDIOLOGY) Christian Medical College, Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Punjab