|Doctor Name||Dr. Lalit Gunwant Sudha Lawankar|
|Primary Specialty||Interventional Pediatric Cardiologist & Adult Congenital Heart Disease Specialist|
|Education & Training|
|Medical Education||MBBS, DNB( Pediatric ), FNB( Pediatric Cardiology )|
|Working Area||Gunwant Child Heart Care Centre, Nashik|
Dr. Lalit Gunwant is MBBS in Medicine from the prestigious Mumbai University in 1997. He holds postgraduate degree in Pediatrics from KMCH, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu. Superspecialist degree in Pediatric Cardiology from Indraprasth Apollo Hospital, Delhi. The only MCI recognized qualification in Pediatric Cardiology till 2013. He was a Senior Registrar in Pediatric Cardiology at Apollo Hospital, Delhi. He quickly promoted to Associate Consultant in Pediatric Cardiology at Rabindranath International Institute of Cardiac Sciences (RTIICS) at Kolkata, West Bengal. He then served as a Consultant at Narayana Superspeciality Hospital, Haji Ali, Mumbai (still Om Narayana SRCC Hospital Panel as visiting consultant).
Dr. Lalit Gunwant started Gunwant Child Heart Care Center in Tidke Colony, Mumbai Naka, Nashik in Feburary 2017. In April 2019, Dr. Lalit Gunwant with other visionary doctors started the Pioneer Multispeciality Hospital at Ashoka Marg, Nashik. The hospital in Nashik with Cathlab Cardiac operation theatre, ICU, NICU and PICU where all the critical babies with heart defefts are govern successfully.
Pediatric and congenital heart disease treatment should be a priority for all parents who are concerned about their children’s health. Making sure that your child receives the appropriate pediatric and congenital heart disease treatment will allow your child to live a long and healthy life.
Balloon coarctoplasty is a form of co-regional surgery, meaning that it is done in more than one area of the body. Usually co-regional surgery is done on patients who have been exposed to a traumatic injury or surgery. Balloon coarctoplasty is usually performed under general anesthetic because the patient will be awake during the surgery.
The function of Pulmonary Valvuloplasty (PV) is to remove the narrowed blood vessels that are associated with complications in the lungs. As the patient is not anemic, it is advisable that they are taken to the hospital immediately for a check up when their condition is as a consequence of those blood vessels that are underdeveloped or blocked. In case the period taken to consult with a physician may be required.
In premature and small babies typically surgery is used to close a PDA. The surgery is performed through a thoracotomy. The chest is entered from the upper left side of the back. The vast majority of babies who undergo surgery recover quickly with no significant complications.
An atrial septal defect is a hole between the two upper chambers of the heart. To close the hole, the doctor will place a special device in your child’s heart by catheterization. If the hole is too big to close with the device or in the wrong position, the hole will be closed with surgery.
VSD is an opening in the wall (septum) dividing the two lower chambers of the heart (ventricles). Normally, this wall closes before birth. When it doesn’t, oxygen-rich blood in the left chamber can mix with oxygen-poor blood in the right one