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Dr Dushyant Maradia 07075453

Cardiology

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  • General cardiology

About me

Dr Maradia qualified from Iuliu Hațieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Romania, where he trained in general cardiology and non-invasive cardiac imaging. He later worked as Cardiology registrar at Royal London Hospital (tertiary center for multiple specialties) and then specialized in advanced echocardiography through a high volume and a complex workload in the echocardiography department in North Middlesex University Hospital.



Dr Maradia was appointed as a Consultant Cardiologist at NMUH in 2016. He is an experienced clinician in acute cardiology and is currently the Clinical Lead for Cardiology service at North Middlesex University Hospital. He has set up and runs a specialist valve clinic at North Middlesex Hospital, and has been involved in setting up Valve clinics in other trusts all over UK. He also has a special interest in Preventive Cardiology and has started a specialist lipid clinic.



Dr Maradia regularly delivers teaching to consultant colleagues of other specialties and to junior doctors, including visiting doctors from developing countries. He also regularly provides training in echocardiography to doctors in developing countries.



He is actively involved with charitable bodies such as the ‘Heart Valve Voice’ to help raise awareness of heart valve disease.



Dr Maradia is married with two children. He is fluent in Guajarati, Hindi and Romanian. His hobbies include cricket (plays in Hertfordshire league) and cooking.

Areas of interest

Chest pain
Palpitation
Coronary artery disease
Valvular heart disease
Preventative cardiology including lipidology (high cholesterol; advanced cholesterol management) and cardiovascular risk
Palpitations, Syncope and arrhythmia management.
Heart failure
Stress echocardiography
Transesophageal echocardiography
Bubble echocardiogram

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