Dr.S. Nagendra Prakash

Dr.S. Nagendra Prakash
Cardiologist, Mysore

MS, FIACS (FRACS)

  • 1 Hospital
  • 30 Years Experience
  • An eminent cardiovascular surgeon with more than 26 years of extensive experience in performing advanced and complex cardiac surgeries. 
  • Expert in adult cardiac surgeries, has performed over 4300 coronary artery bypass surgeries including about 1400 beating heart surgeries, and about 500 valve surgeries. 
  • Also an acknowledged specialist in performing the entire range of cardiac surgeries through minimally invasive approach.
  • As one of the prominent pioneers in cardiac surgeries, has to his credit a number of first-of-its-kind cardiac surgeries performed like Karnataka’s first Endoscopic Mitral Valve Replacement Surgery and First Key-Hole Anterior Thoracotomy for AVR in Karnataka, to name a few. 
  • Has also performed many ‘life-changing’ cardiac-surgeries such as Second Redo MVR through right Thoracotomy on unclamped Aorta without CP, emergency surgery for Stab injury to heart, an urgent right ventricular hydatid cyst removal, etc.
  • He is currently Vice President of the Karnataka Association of Cardiothoracic Surgeons 

Specialities

  • Cardiology

  • Cardiovascular Surgery

Procedures

  • Thoracotomy

Expertise

  • spectrum of minimally invasive cardiac surgeries through left and right mini Thoracotomy.

Education

  • MS, FIACS (FRACS)
  • Masters in General Surgery from Bangalore Medical College in 1985
  • Trained for FRACS by Royal Prince Alfred Hospital attached to Central Sydney University, Australia for more than three years

Practice Information

Fortis Cauvery Heart Hospital, Mysore

Fortis Cauvery Heart Hospital, Mysore

Teresian Circle, Siddartha Nagar, Mysore, Karnataka - 570011

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • His contribution in the research on viability of great saphenous vein related to its harvesting techniques and as conduit for CABG is worth-mentioning.
  • He has presented a number of papers in national and international conferences such as Australasian Cardiothoracic Conference - Sydney (1993), World Valve Summit - Kuala Lumpur (2009