The department of cardiology at ruby general hospital is regarded as the best of its kind in the eastern region. This is because it is backed not only by the finest of equipments, but also the best of doctors and paramedical staff.

The department provides a whole range of services starting from diagnostic tests such as ecg, echocardiogram, treadmill test, holter monitoring etc. , to complex treatment procedures.equipped with the latest

gadgets from world leaders like hewlett-packard, marks, schiller, e-merck and beckmann, the reports generated from the department are verified by the respective specialist consultants.


Principal Procedures

  • Electro Cadiography (ECG)

  • Treadmill Test (TMT) / Stress Test

  • Echo Cardiography



A catheterization laboratory or cath lab is an examination room in a hospital or with diagnostic imaging equipment used to visualise the arteries of the heart and the chambers of the heart and treat any stenosis or abnormality found.

Our 'Cath Lab' will consist of:


Siemens Artis zee Machine

  • Patient Couch

  • A floor or ceiling mounted Image intensifier

  • Set of viewing monitors

  • Realtime ECG/Blood pressure/Oxygen Saturation measurements with software to record and measure these when needed

  • Injector Pump used for imaging the Left Ventricle or Aorta

  • X-ray software for the recording and playback of the Flouroscopy runs acquired during the procedure

  • Diagnostic Catheters

  • Guide catheters

  • Guidewires

  • Angioplasty balloons

  • Stents (drug eluting and bare metal)

  • Sheaths

  • Closure devices

  • General nursing supplies

  • Defibrilator

  • Drugs

  • Recovery bays

  • Reporting station



"Cardiac catheterization" is a general term for a group of procedures that are performed using this method, such as coronary angiography, as well as left ventricle angiography. Once the catheter is in place, it can be used to perform a number of procedures including angioplasty, PCI (percutaneous coronary intervention) angiography, balloon septostomy, and an Electrophysiology study or Catheter ablation.

  • Coronary Angiography or Coronary catheterization

  • Coronary Angioplasty or Percutaneous coronary intervention / PCI

  • Closure of some congenital heart defect

  • Treatment of stenotic heart valves

  • Electrophysiological studies such as AV node ablation

  • Rotablation of heavily Calcified vessles

  • Left and right Sided pressure studies



Any combination of the following views are used in visualising the Coronary Articles :

  • PA (Postero-antero)

  • RAO (Right Anterior Oblique)




  • LAO (Left Anterior Oblique)

  • LAO CAUDAL (or 'spider' view)



As a general rule, cranial views are best used to demonstrate the Left Anterior Descending Artey or 'LAD', and caudal views are best used to demonstrate the Circumflex Artery.


Doctor List

  • Dr. R. Srivastav, MD, Dip(Card)
  • Dr. P. K. Jha, MD(Med), MRCP
  • Dr. Saroj Soni MBBS,DCM(Cal),MD.(Gen Med)
  • Dr. Ranjan Kr. Sharma Dip Card,MD,(PGI),DNB(Gen.Med), DM(Cardiology)(Cal)
  • Dr. K. N. Siddiqui , MD(Cardiology), FACC (USA)
  • Dr. K.K. Mitra , MBBS,DIP(Card),MD(Medicine),DM(Cardio)
  • Dr. S . B. Bhattacharya MD(Med),DM(Cardio),Consultant Interventional Cardiologist
  • Dr. Arup Dasbiswas , MBBS(CU),MD(Gen Med),DM(Card)
  • Dr. Raja Ray , DIP(Card),MD,MRCP(UK),FRCP(Edin)
  • Dr. Sauvik Kanjilal , MD(Medicine),DM(Cardiology)
  • Dr. Sumit Acharyya , MD, MRCP(Ire), MRCP(UK), MRCP(Glasgow)
  • Dr. Tanmoy Majee , MBBS, MD, DM (Cardiology)
  • Dr. Indrajit Mondal, MBBS, DCH, MD(Paed), DM (Card)
  • Dr. Anjan Dasgupta, MBBS(Cal), Dip. Card
  • Dr. B. R. Nath, MD, MACC (USA)
  • Dr. Kalyan Das , MBBS, PGDCC
  • Dr. Saujatya Chakraborty, MBBS, ND(Medicine), (PGI Chandigarh), DM (Cardiology) (PGI Chandigarh)
  • Dr. Sunip Banerjee, MBBS, MD (MED), DM (Cardio), FSCAI (USA)