About Me: Male, 37, New Delhi, India, member since Mar 2014
My name is Partha Sarathi Bhattacharjee and my age is 35+ (DOB-20/06/1978). I am suffering at Dilated Cardiomyopathy (ischemic type). My brief history is that, I had a sibling (sister) who was died at Dilated Cardiomyopathy in the year Aug, 2007. After that I had consul
[More]t with my local doctor he suggested me to test ECHO and then I came to know that I am also suffering at Dilated Cardiomyopathy. Since then I am under supervision of doctor (Escort's Heart Research Institute) with some medicines.
I had also suffered syncope at 2008 (Dizziness). I had done my routine ECHO in after 6 months. I have already done my Coronery Angiography in Feb 2012 according to doctor advice and the report found NIL. Now they suggested me to put ICD surgery (implantation of ICD monitor).
My Ejection Fraction is 25 - 30% (as on Sep, 2013) in last ECHO.
Medicines that I take as describe below:
Cardace 5 mg (Daily 1tablet)
Carca 25 mg (Daily 1 tablet in the morning)
Carca 12.5 mg (Daily 1 tablet in the evening)
Neurobion Forte (Daily 2 tablet)
Carnitor 500 mg (Daily 1 tablet)
Evion 400 mg (Daily 1 tablet)
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