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Dr Risshi Rampersad

Registered Number - R281
Valsayn , Valsayn
Experience - 10 Years
Languages - English, Spanish

Consultation Fees
TT$ 400.00

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Dr. Risshi Rampersad, a distinguished Cardiologist with a decade of experience dedicated to transforming lives through his expertise in both Clinical and Interventional Cardiology. Over the past 10 years, he has honed his skills, continuously expanding his knowledge and embracing cutting-edge advancements in the field. His dual expertise in clinical and interventional cardiology allows him to offer a comprehensive range of care, from accurate diagnosis to precise interventions. Dr. Rampersad's unwavering commitment to cardiovascular health and his comprehensive skill set make him a trusted partner on your journey to a healthier heart.


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Medicas allows you to consult a cardiologist for a wide range of heart-related conditions and concerns. These may include heart disease, high blood pressure, chest pain, heart rhythm disorders, heart failure, valve diseases, and preventive cardiology for overall heart health.
To schedule an online consultation with a cardiologist through Medicas, log in to your account and browse through the available cardiologists. Select a convenient date and time for your consultation and follow the prompts to confirm your appointment. Detailed instructions on how to connect for your virtual consultation will be provided.
Absolutely! It is important to share your medical history and any previous test results with the cardiologist during the online consultation. You can discuss any relevant cardiovascular conditions, past heart procedures, medications, allergies, or any previous diagnostic tests related to your heart health. This information helps the cardiologist gain a comprehensive understanding of your cardiac health.
Yes, cardiologists can prescribe medications and recommend diagnostic tests through Medicas as needed. Based on your consultation and evaluation, the cardiologist may prescribe medications for heart conditions, adjust your current medications, or recommend further diagnostic tests such as echocardiograms, stress tests, or Holter monitoring for a more comprehensive evaluation.
Absolutely! Medicas provides the opportunity to consult with cardiologists for preventive cardiology and heart health guidance. You can seek advice on lifestyle modifications, risk factor management, diet and exercise recommendations, and strategies to maintain a healthy heart. The cardiologist can provide guidance on preventing heart disease and maintaining optimal cardiovascular health.
Certainly! Medicas supports post-treatment or post-surgery follow-up care for cardiac conditions. Cardiologists can provide ongoing support, monitor your progress, review post-surgical recovery, adjust medications if needed, and ensure that you are on the right track for a healthy heart through virtual consultations.
An electrophysiologist is the one who specializes in arrhythmia.
An ECG (electrocardiogram) is the best test for arrhythmia.
Ventricular fibrillation is the most serious type of arrhythmia.
Yes, arrhythmia may show on an ECG.
Anxiety, panic attacks, and thyroid problems may be mistaken for arrhythmia.
Premature atrial contractions (PACs) are the most harmless arrhythmia.
Arrhythmia is any abnormal heart rhythm, while an irregular heartbeat is a type of arrhythmia.
Visit the Medicas website to find and consult the best arrhythmia doctors.
Book an appointment online through the Medicas platform by selecting a doctor and choosing a suitable time slot.
Contact a cardiologist or vascular specialist through a healthcare platform like Medicas.
The 3 diseases that may be caused by atherosclerosis may include Coronary artery disease, Peripheral artery disease, Stroke.
The 3 stages of atherosclerosis include Fatty streak formation, Plaque progression,Plaque rupture and thrombosis
Tests include blood tests, electrocardiogram (ECG), stress testing, echocardiogram, CT scan, MRI, and angiography.
Type 4 atherosclerosis is characterized by the presence of a large lipid core within the plaque, which is prone to rupture.
Individuals with high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes, smokers, those with a family history of heart disease, and those leading a sedentary lifestyle.
Pain may occur in the chest (angina), legs (claudication), or arms, depending on the affected arteries.
Use healthcare platforms to find and book appointments with highly reviewed cardiologists or vascular specialists in Medicas.
The five types are ischemic stroke, hemorrhagic stroke, transient ischemic attack (TIA), brain stem stroke, and cryptogenic stroke.
In an ischemic stroke, a blood clot blocks or narrows an artery leading to the brain, causing reduced blood flow and damage to brain cells.
Warning signs include sudden numbness or weakness, confusion, trouble speaking, vision problems, dizziness, and severe headache.
Good signs include regaining movement, improved speech, better cognitive function, and increased independence in daily activities.
Use the FAST test: Face drooping, Arm weakness, Speech difficulty, and Time to call emergency services if any signs are present.
It is common for stroke patients to feel fatigued and sleep more as the body heals and recovers.
Yes, a stroke can cause weakness, numbness, or paralysis in one or both legs, affecting mobility and balance.

Note: These FAQs are intended to provide general information for consulting a cardiologist online through the Medicas platform. For specific inquiries or concerns, it is recommended to refer contact our customer support number 90534 90543 (India) | +1 868 365 2800 (Caribbean) for further assistance.

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