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Ten Key Facts on Heart Disease in Women
1. Every 4 seconds a woman dies of causes
attributable to heart disease1.
2. In 2009, one in 30 female deaths was from
breast cancer, but one in three was from
cardiovascular disease2.
3. Each year new and recurrent MI and fatal CHD
will impact an estimated 380,000 women3.
4. Women aged 45 years and older are less likely
than men of that age group to survive a year
after their first heart attack2.
5. Only about 33 of all percutaneous coronary
interventions were performed on women in 20102.
6. Almost two-thirds (64) of women who die
suddenly of coronary heart disease have no
previous symptoms4.
7. According to the survey conducted by Mosca et
al. in 2006, only 55 of women knew that cardiac
disorder is the leading cause of death among
1. WHO fact sheet
2. Go AS, Mozaffarian D, Roger VL, et. al. Heart
disease and stroke statistics2013 update a
report from the American Heart Association.
Circulation. 2013 127e6-e245.
3. American Heart Association, Statistical Fact
Sheet 2013 Update.
4. Roger VL, Go AS, Lloyd-Jones DM, Benjamin EJ,
Berry JD, Borden WB, et al. Heart disease and
stroke statistics2012 update a report from the
American Heart Association. Circulation.
5. Mosca L, Mochari H, Christian A, et al.
National study of womens awareness, preventive
action, and barriers to cardiovas- cular health.
Circulation. 2006 113(4)525-534.
The epidemic of cardiovascular diseases in India
is advancingrapidly. The state of affairs has
been challenged in the recentyears by a series
of studies, which shows an alarming rise incases
of Cardio Vascular Disease mainly in women.
The Global Burden of Diseases (GBD) study
reported estimatedmortality from coronary heart
disease (CHD) in India at 1.6million in the year
2000. More women than men now die of
heartdisease. CVD claims life of more women
every year than all formsof cancer combined.
Though CVD is the worlds number one killer but
still the factsabout Heart Disease are
tragically absent from our contemporarypublic
Against this background, the summit is to bring
about steadfastmanagement of CVD in women and
proposing effective healthcaresolutions for
growing concerns about the escalating health
threatsthat it poses.
Vedna Survey
The VEDNA survey Visualizing the Extent of heart
Disease in INdiAnwomen, intended to map the
trends of cardiovascular diseases (CVD)in Indian
women, covered almost 600 health care
professionals ofmetros and non-metro cities from
across the country, exposed shockingfacts around
womens heart health in India-
54 of cardiologists observed a 16-20 of
overall growth rate in cardiovascular diseases
among women in the last five years.
41 of the doctors claimed an alarming 10-15
growth rate in cardiovascular diseases among the
age group of 20-40 years, the category of women
which was earlier considered protected
from heart ailments.
83 of the doctors believed that Indian women
are ignorant about heart diseases.
76 of the doctors observed that women die of
heart diseases due to late presentation to the
66 of the doctors cited that CVD death amongst
women was due to late diagnosis.
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Queen of Heart
Dr. Sameer I Dani
Dr. Rajeev Gupta
Senior Consultant and Head of
Department of
Internal Medicine,
Clinical Director for Research
Apollo Hospitals
and Academics
Fortis Escorts, Jaipur
Dr. P Ramesh Babu
Dr. Brian Pinto
Managing Director Chief
Chief of Cardiology
Holy Family Hospital and
Dr. Ramesh Cardiac and
Director of Cardiac
Multispeciality Hospital
Catheterization laboratory
Andra Pradhesh
Dr. J. P. S. Sawhney
Dr. C. G. Bahuleyan
MD, DM, FESC, FACC, Sr. Consultant
MBBS, MD(General
Cardiologist, Chief of Clinical
Medicine), DM(Cardiology)
Preventive Cardiology, Chairman
Prof and head of Cardiology
of Dept. of Cardiology, Member
Ananthapuri Hospitals and
Board of Management Member
Research Institute
of Research Ethics Committee.
Sir Ganga Ram Hospital
Prof. Khurshid Iqbal
Dr. B. Somaraju
Professor and Head,
Department of Cardiology and
Chairman and Chief of
Chairman, Medicine Allied
Cardiology, CARE Hospitals,
specialties and Dean, Faculty
The Heart Institute at
of Medicine. Sheri Kashmir
Institute of Medical SciencesSrinagar, Kashmir
Program Directors
Queen of Heart
Dr. Anjan Lal Dutta
DR. S T Yavagal
Consultant CardiologistPeerless Hospital
Prof.of Medicine Vivekananda
Director, Professor and Head ofthe Department of
Cardiology,Kempegowda Institute of
MedicalSciences, Bangalore.
Institute of medical Scienceand Hospital
Dr. Tiny Nair
Consultant Cardiologist,Head, Department of
cardiologyPRS Hospital
Dr. Narender OmPrakash Bansal
Professor and head of
Cardiology department, GrantMedical College and
J J Groupof Hospitals
Dr. Ravi R Kasliwal
Chairman, Clinical Preventive Cardiology,
Community Outreach andEducation,
Medanta-TheMedicity, Gurgaon.
Dr Mullasari AjitSankardas
M.D., D.M. (Cardiology),Director - Cardiology,
Dr. Ashok Jain
Institute of Cardio VascularDiseases, Madras
MedicalMission, Chennai
Consultant Interventionalcardiologist
Narayana HrudayalayaHospital
Dr. C N Manjunath
Dr. R C Ahuja
Professor Head ofCardiology, Director
Former professor and Head,Department of medicine
Sri Jayadeva Institute ofCardiovascular,
Sciences Research, Bangalore
Former Director KGMC
King Georges Medical University,Lucknow, India
Program Directors
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Queen of Heart
Hon Mr. U T Khader
Dr. K Srinath Reddy
Health Minister ofKarnataka
World Heart FederationPresident, Public
HealthFoundation of India
Belonging to an intensely devoted
politicalbackground, Mr. Khader has already made
hismark as an efficient political personality of
theUllal Constituency. A lawyer by profession,
Mr.Khader is serving as member K.P.C.C.,
AdditionalChief Organizer Karnataka Pradesh
Congress SevaDal and President Ullal Block Youth
Congress,2001. In past he has successfully led
the congresscampaigning in the assembly,
parliament, grampanchayat and local bodies,
has served asPresident District NSUI and Vice
President stateNSUI He has also been elected as
MLA from Ullalconstituency of Mangalore in 2004.
Mr. Khaderalso has a great interest in social
K Srinath Reddy has worked extensively
topromote cardiovascular health,
tobaccocontrol, chronic disease prevention and
healthyliving. Formerly head of the Department
ofCardiology at the All India Institute of
MedicalSciences, Prof. Reddy is a global
leader inpreventive cardiology. He has been
unanimouslyelected as President, World Heart
Federation(2013-14). In 2003 he was awarded the
WHODirector Generals Award for Outstanding
GlobalLeadership in Tobacco Control by World
HealthAssembly, UK. In the same year, he was
honoredwith the Padma Bhushan.
Ms. Kiran Mazumdar Shaw
Dr. H Sudarshan Ballal
Chairman Managing Director ofBiocon Ltd.
Chairman of Medical AdvisoryBoard and Managing
Directorof Manipal Health EnterprisesLtd
Ms. Kiran Mazumdar Shaw is highly respectedin
the corporate world and has been voted byNature
Biotechnology as the Most Influential
inBio-business person outside Europe and
USA.Her pioneering efforts in biotechnology
havedrawn global recognition for India. She
chairsKarnatakas Vision Group on Biotechnology.
Shepresently serves on the Advisory Council of
theGovernments Department of
Biotechnologywhere she has been instrumental to
chart a pro-gressive growth path for
Biotechnology in India.She is also a founder
member of the Society forthe formation of
Institute for Stem Cell Biologyand Regenerative
Medicine. She was awardedthe prestigious
national awards, PADMASHRI in1989 and PADMA
BHUSHAN in 2005.
Dr. H. Sudarshan Ballal has received
manygold Medals in his graduation as well as
postgraduation. He has the distinction of being
oneof the few to be triple Board certified in
InternalMedicine, Nephrology Critical Care.
Dr. Ballalhas been an active member of Indian
MedicalAssociation and was elected President of
IndianMedical Association, Dakshin Kannada. He
haspublished several papers in reputed
journals.He has been honored with many awards.
He hadset up the first postgraduate training
Centre inNephrology in Karnataka and performed
the firstcadaver kidney transplantation in
List of Dignitaries
Queen of Heart
Dr. S S Ramesh
Dr. H Sudarshan
Organising Secretary,Cardiological Society
ofIndia, Bangalore
Vivekanand Foundation
Dr. Ramesh is organising secretary
CardiologicalSociety of India and chief
Cardiologist,Bhagavan Mahaveer Jain Hospital
Heart Centre.He is Chairman Managing Director
of the VivusGroup. He was the first cardiologist
in Karnatakato do a Coronary Angiogram (1983)
and the firstto do a Coronary Angioplasty (PTCA)
(1989).He has been instrumental in establishing
theBangalore Chapter of Cardiological Society
ofIndia (1983) and is credited with the founding
offour Cardiology departments in Bangalore
viz.The Departments at St. Johns Medical
College,PDH Sindhi Hospital, Yellamma Dasappa
Hospitaland at the Mallya Hospital.
Dr. H.Sudarshan has achieved remarkable featsin
the 33 years he has worked with the Soligas.The
Vivekananda Girijana Kalyana Kendra,which
he set up in 1981, has blossomed intoa
sustainable tribal development program. In1986,
he started Integrated Rural DevelopmentProject-
Karuna trust. He is the founding memberand
president of Vivekananda Foundation.
Dr.Sudarshan has held many positions in his
career,prominently as the chairman of the Task
Forceon Health and Family Welfare organized
byGovernment of Karnataka. He was awarded
theRajyothsava State Award for social work in
1984by the Government of Karnataka. In 1994,
hewas lauded with the Right Livelihood Award
byRight Livelihood Award Foundation in Sweden.
In2000, he was bestowed with the Padamshree.
Anupama Shashank Ambe
Dr. Hema Divakar
Chairperson, Women LeadershipCouncil, IBM
President Federation ofObstetric and
Gynaecologi-cal Society of India
Ms. Anupama Shashank Ambe started
hercareer with British Telecom Middle
East,Africa, and India in 1996. Anupama has
vastindustry experience in Global IT
InfrastructureAdministration. Prior to IBM,
she was theGeneral Manager, Remote
InfrastructureManaged Services, Microland.She
has StartedPrograms like Tech Gurukul, Cunae and
Centerof Excellence. Currently she has been
drivingseveral Programs like One IBM in India,
ClientCentric Delivery Programs, Improved
ClientInteractions, etc to drive better client
centricityacross Delivery Centers. She is also
leadingGender Diversity at IBM India with
programs likeSales Elan, Retain and Attract
Women into IBMIndia. She is a trained Master
Black Belt and hasalso received Womenrsquots
Choice2010-Women in Leadership award.
She is the President of FOGSI (Federation
ofObstetric and Gynaecological Society of
India).Dr Hema is a practicing OBGYN consultant
withover 30 years of experience. She is
acclaimed asan outstanding clinician, a keen
researcher and agreat trainer. She is the
leading Indian Specialistin High Risk Pregnancy
Care and Fetal medicine.EstablishedDIVAKARS
SPECIALITY HOSPITALin 1990 in Bengaluru, the
first private hospitalin the State to obtain an
ISO 9002 certificationfor quality standards. I
have a keen interest inHigh Risk Pregnancy Care.
And have establishedspeciality clinics for
Recurrent Pregnancy Loss, Fetal
malformation,Diabetic Obstetric clinic, Myoma
clinic and WellWomen clinic.
List of Dignitaries
Queen of Heart Summit
DAY 1- Saturday, 27th July, 2013
Session 1 1830 hrs - 2010 hrs
Key areas of discussion
Coronary heart disease in Indian women
Customizing prevention and treatment approaches
Coronary artery disease in women Overcoming
therapeutic and diagnostic challenges
Womens Heart Disease - A big public health
challenge in the new millennium
Empowering Engaging Communities, families and
individuals in preventive lifestyle changes
Session Flow
Registration of the delegates and handingover of
Delegate kit
1830 hrs - 1900 hrs Registration
1900 hrs - 1905 hrs
Introductory Address
Ms. Malati Iyer, Times of India
Dr. S.S. Ramesh, Organising Secretary,
Cardiological Society of India, Bangalore
1905 hrs - 1915 hrs
Pace Setting Lecture
Coronary heart disease in Indian women
Making a case for a customized treatment
A Public Health Action Plan to impedeHeart
Disease and Stroke in women
1915 hrs - 2000 hrs Panel Discussion
1 Dr. S.S. Ramesh, Organising Secretary, Cardiolo
gical Society of India, Bangalore
2 Dr. H Sudarshan Ballal, Medical Director
Chairman - Medical Advisory Board,
Manipal Hospitals
3 Dr. Hema Divakar, President Federation of
Obstetric and Gynaecological Society of India
4 Dr. H Sudarshan, President, Vivekanand
5 Ms. Anupama Shashank Ambe, Chairper-
son, Women Leadership Council, IBM
2000 hrs - 2010 hrs
Q A Session
Queen of Heart Summit
DAY1- Saturday, 27th July, 2013
Session-2 2010 hrs - 2120 hrs
Session Flow
2010 hrs - 2015 hrs
Welcome Address
Ms. Malati Iyer, Times of India
Ashwini Nachappa, Accomplished formerathlete and
Indian film actress
2015 hrs - 2020 hrs Lighting of the lamp
Ashwini Nachappa, Accomplished former
Launch of the Queen of athlete and Indian film
2020 hrs - 2030 hrs
Heart Campaign Formal launch of campaign
Release the QOH Brochure
Dr. K. Srinath Reddy
President, World Heart Federation and President
2030 hrs - 2045 hrs
Keynote Address
Public Health Foundation of India
Cardiovascular disease in Indian women
-sounding the bugle
Ms. Kiran Mazumdar Shaw
Chairman Managing Director of Biocon Ltd.
2045 hrs - 2100 hrs Special Address
Heart disease in women A major thrust
area for Indias healthcare industry
Mr. Sudeep Sheru, Senior Director and Head
Cardiology, Biocon Limited
Biocon Queen of Heart
Presentation on Queen of Heart Campaign
2100 hrs - 2115 hrs
Call to action
Showcasing of Queen of Heart Public
Awareness Video
Ms. Manjari Chandra, Consultant,Heal Foundation
2115 hrs - 2120 hrs Vote of thanks
2120 hrs
Networking Dinner
Queen of Heart Scientific Symposium
DAY2- Sunday, 28th July, 2013
Scientific Symposium I
0900 hrs - 1400 hrs
Welcome note
Dr. Praveen R
Burden of Cardiovascular diseases in Women Dr. M
P Tripathy
Dr. J P S Sawhney
Trends and Challenges Dr. Anjan Lal Dutta
Hypertension Dr. R C Ahuja
Dr. Sameer Dani
A closer look at womens heart Dr. Mullasari Ajit
Dr. Brig MohanDr. V S Baldwa
0940-0955 Is Diabetes a different disease in
Dr. Rajeev Gupta
Debate What does the evidence say?
Dr. J P S Sawhney, Dr. Rajeev Gupta,
Who are at risk Men or Women?
Dr. Tiny Nair
Dr. Devanu Ghosh Roy
Dr. Ramesh Babu
Dr. Devanu Ghosh Roy
Dr. Ramesh Babu
Dr. Joy Thomas
Dr. Mahesh Shah
Risk score Assessment
Dr. J P S Sawhney
Lets clear the Controversies Dr. Khurshid Iqbal
Dr. KunhaliDr. A K Pancholia
1045-11 15 Oral contraceptive pill Dr. S T
Vitamin D and Cardiac diseases Dr. N O Bansal
Power Break
Myth or reality?
Dr. V C Chauhan
Gender considerations in coronary heart
disease Understanding the clinical symptoms or
Dr. Sunil Baldwa Dr. Rajeev GuptaDr. Ramesh Babu
undertreating them
Congestive Heart Failure Dr. Anjan Lal DuttaA
Womans Heart Fails Differently from a Mans
heartDr. R C Ahuja
Dr. Tiny Nair
Where are we?
Dr. N O Bansal Dr. Asha Mahilmaran
1210-1225 Blood Lipids
Dr. Rajeev Gupta Dr. M P Tripathy
Coronary Artery Calcium
Clinical and Angiographic characteristics of
Dr. Ashok P JainDr. Brian Pinto
1225-1245 premenopausal women presenting with
Dr. C N Manjunath
Coronary Syndromes
ECHO Corner
Dr. C N Manjunath
A young female with chest pain
Dr. Khurshid Iqbal
Dr. Rakesh Gupta
Case presentation
Dr. Sameer Dani
Gender Influenced decisions for Interventions
Dr. Brian Pinto Dr. Mullasari AjitDr. V K
Catheterization and Stenting in women
Way forward
Program Directors
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